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E OF ALU THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDA.Y, OCTOBER 9, 1914. into public life In Kentucky during tho session of 190C as a member of the Legislature from Pendleton Co. Ho was supposed to havo been tho Hurley Tobacco Company Society during the session and gained great distinction thruout tho State by being tho alleged author of tho Crecelius bill which Inlposcd a penalty on members of the Burley Tobacco Society who sold their pooled tobacco. This bill was recently declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of the United States. to tho Crecelius was Legislature In 1910, and was nominated without opposition on the Democratic ticket for Secretary of Stato In 1912. Crecelius Is an Indl-ana- n by birth, his native home being Leavenworth, Ind., whero ho was born March 25, 1877. He graduated In 1900 from the University of Cincinnati and tho Ohio College of Den- CHARGE ROWDIES BREAK UP MEETING WILLSON'S PRIMARY CAMPAIGN FUNDS and his brother C. 1SJNDIGTED Crecelius Charged With Selling Offices. Grand Jury Says Methods Department Fraud. Frankfort, Ky,. Oct. 1. Dr. C. V. Crecelius, or Falmouth, Secretary ot State, has beon Indicted by the Franklin County annul Jury on three counts, charging hi in with obtaining money by false pretensos. It 1h charged that he farmed out and sold public offices In violation of .statutes. Thomns S. Uyars, Commissioner of Motor Vehicles was completely exonerated of the charge of forgery and mutilating Stato records, tho warrant charging him with theso offenses having boon sworn out by Secretary of Stato Crecelius. Tho indictment of Crecelius is the result of un investigation of his office and that of the office of Byars, tthlch was reported by State Inspector and Examiner Sherman Good-pastto have beon short $1,303 iu tnonoy duo the State. "After Investigating tho chargei against tho persons clnfined in the County Jail, we directed our attention to the shortage in the Secretary ot State's olllce. We very much regret'" to have to report that wo aro unable to return any indictment against the guilty party in this mato ter. We have investigated every angle, but we have been unable to obtain sufficient evidence upon which to base an indictment. we havo been unable to fix the sullt upon any party, wo feel very confident from tho evidence produced that the charge against Thomas S. llars was unfounded, and we therefore return tho charge against him as dismissed. Wo fool that this matter should not rest where we Jiave left It and refer the matter to v tho nest grand Jury iu tho hope that, tho guilt may bo fixed upon the proper one in the meantime, w "Incidentally, we found evidence upon which we havo based three Indictments against C. F. Crecelius, Secretary of Stato, which wo herewith return. From the evidence produced wo feci confident that tho Secretary of State has violated Section 3,740 of the Kentucky Statutes relating to tho farming and soiling ot public offices. We hereby call upon the Attornoy General to bring the proper proceedings for the forfeiture ot the offico ot tho Secretary ot State. "In regard to tho shortago in the Secretary of State's office we destr to say that w believe that It would have been Impossible for this shortago to havo occurred without being found nut long before hud It not been for the very negligent manner In which all of the affairs of tho office were conducted and tho very crude and unsatisfactory method of making settlement from tho various desks with the Treasurer. This Is again exemplified In tho shortago found, upon tho Assistant Secretary of Stuto's desk. "Wo have not returned an Indictment on account of this shortage us it did not nppear that there was any to defraud tho State, but wo must say that It was the result ot .gross ucgllgonco and can not bo censured too highly. On this desk also the method of making settlements "was vory crudo in the extrcmo and Invited mistakes and fraud." Tho only other indictment found against persons connected with tho Stato, Capitol was against C. L. Tlnib-erlak- e, a nogro porter in the office of 'the Superintendent of Public Instruc- -' tlon. Ho Is charged with having taken from tho offico of tho Superintendent public records. Tho turn taken by the grand jury In bringing indictments against Secretary of Stato Crecelius caused a tremendous sensation here. It is alleged he hired clerks at a specific salary and kept part of their salaries. One ot the allegod victims is a woman, und it is said that out ot a salary of $100 .a month she only received $25 a month. Secretary ;of State Crecelus broke or pos-nlblpt -- Logan County Audience Indig- of Can Be Traced To The AmerCom- Progressives nant. ican Tobacco pany. Willson was attorney for tho Mengels at tho time of the ab sorption of their bustnes by the Am crlcan Tobacco Company and con tinued as the attorney of the Mengel Box Company up until the time he was Inaugurated as Governor, WASHINGTON. The farmers are busy cutting corn and sowing wheat. Rev. T. H. Balmaln and wife, F. W. Plrtlo and wife and Henry Plr-tl- o and family visited Mr. G. P. Jones and family Sunday. School moving along very nicely, being taught by Prof. Bud Hoagland. Sunday school still progressing nicely. The L. C. R's gave a box supper at the school house Saturday night. Tho boxes were numbered and sold at auction. The gentleman took supper with his lady friend, who opened the box that he bought. A large y crowd attended and all seemed to the evening. The writer hopes tho ladies wilt continue in organization and will be greatly benefitted for It seems that the men have fallen among thlovos as an organization. Oct. S. en-Jo- IBEGS ROOSEVELT F0RSCPP0RT A. E. Willson ' Would Swap Support of Rep. Party. To Make in Invited Al-tl- io X In a speech at Russellvltlo last Russcllvlllc, Ky Oct. G. An attempt, instigated by Republicans, to Monduy Mr. Burton Vance, the Probreak up the meeting of Judge Bur- gressive nominee for long terra Unitton Vance, Progressive nominee for1 ed Stntes Senatorshlp, charged that tho American Tobacco Company had tho United States Senate, here contributed to the primary campaign resulted only in the complete discomfiture of the rowdies and in- fund ot A. E. Willson, Republican creased interest in Judgo Vance's nominee for tho same position thru message. After tho speaking, dozens Mr. C. C. Mcngcl President or the of members of other parties express- Mengle Box Company which is owned ed their disgust at the tactics which by the American Tobacco Company. tistry. had been used to disturb the meet, An examination of tho facts shows lng, and pledged Judge Vance their this not only to be true but C. B. Klx Per Cent Io.ins Mengel, also connected with the comsupport. Obtainable on Farm, Ranch or City A big audience, composed of sev- pany, likewise contributed. Here Is Property. To Improve, Purchase or eral hundred of the best citizens ot tho list of contributors to Wlllson's Hcmove Incumbrance; Liberal Opto his fund according Logan County, was giving close at- campaign tions; 5 years before making paytention to Judge Vance when tho In- sworn statement: ment on principal, etc. For the prop5 50.00 came. A gang of boys, John W. Price osition address: Assets Dept.. at 1410 terruption 50.00 whose shouts indicated that they II. W. Batson 3 Husch Bldg., Dallas, Tex-.- or 50.00 R. I. James Building, were in Republican employ, appeared First National Bank C. It. Mengel 100.00 on the scene, beating a bass drum Denver, Colo. , 100.00 C. C. Mongol and attempting to drown out the 25.00 speaker's voice. At the same time a Arthur D. Allen CHILDRErT ENGLISH 10.00 barker for a picture show, actuated Frank B. Russell I). fternhclm apparently by similar motives, join100.00 100.00 .1. XV. Bernhelm PLAY PART IN WAR ed the crowd, howling discordant 10.00 noises thru a megaphone. B. Y. Rhorer 250.00 The only result of the disturbance J. B. Hutcheson 100.00 McKenzle R. Todd General Movement To Inaugurate was to delay the meeting a few mo2.00 T. W. Rice ments and to disgust the audience. Not a single man left the audience, Instruction In The above list, sworn to by A. E. but a number ot good citizens Willson, was published In the Schools. promptly quelled the disorder, conon July 24, 1914. The demning, in unstinted terms, Its in- Mengels are both connected with the stigators. American Tobacco Company. The London, Oct. 5.- - English children Adherents of Jim Frank Taylor, Bernhelms are both prominent disare playing ft prominent part in the the Republican nominee for Congress tillers and wholesale whiskey men. present war and manifest greater In- and of Augustus E. Willson, the Re- It will bo seen therefore, that almost terest than many of their elders. publican nominee for Senator, are half Wlllson's primary campaign Some extreme peace advocates ex- accused of having been responsible funds were furnished by the Ameripress regret that youth should dis- fortheeffort to break up the speaking. can Tobacco Company representaJudge Vance, in his speech, again tives, and whiskey houses. play such a militant spirit, but many prominent educators' and churchmen charged Willson, the standpat nomHere is the absolute proof of the rejoice- In tho interest children are inee, with having written a letter to ownership of the Mengel Box Comdisplaying in England's fight and Theodore Roosevelt, begging for his pany by the American Tobacco Com aro taking steps to give all children Indorsement, and promising to sup- pany: i 4 ?. Sunday schools and port him in 191C. He dared Willson In schools, In the case of the United States churches proper instruction concern- (o deny that he had done so and pgalnst the American Tobacco Coming the history and progress of the Challenged htm, as de did III pany reported In 221 U, S. page 142, wjr. last week, to produce Colonel Mr. Chief Justice, White who deOne prominent bishop recently ad- Roosevelt's reply. livered the opinion of the supreme vised that every child in England The speaker declared that court desolvlng the American Toshould bo taught to thank God beowes it, as a duty to his stand-p- bacco Company states in the course fore every meal for the British navy, friends who are supporting him ot his, opinion: which has made if possible for Eng- In tho belief that he opposed Roose"We append in the margin a statelishmen to havo an uninterrupted velt to reply. ment showing the stock (144 control food supply. Judgo Vance charged Willson with exercised by the principal defendant, The young son of a prominent being backed by the American Tobac- tho American Tobacco Company, ovEnglish official recently told his gov- co Company, and alluded to tho fact er the five accessory corporations, erness that if God let the Kaiser get that a high officer of that great and also the authority which It diinto Paris ho would know there was "trust" was one of the contributors rectly exercised over certain of the no God and quit saying his prayers. to his primary campaign fund. subsidiary corporations, and a list Continuing And the little chap's sister, on being his attack, Judge showing the control exercised over twitted becauso she was a girl and Vance took up at length the history the subsidiary corporations as a recould not go to war, retorted, "When of Wilson's connection with the Re- sult of the stock ownership in the I grow up I shall be a soldier's publican Committee in Louisville last accessory corporations, they being in sweetheart and I will make him year. "Wholesale and brazen frauds," turn controlled, as we have satd, by fight." ho declared, "were committed at the the principal defendant, the AmeriTroops of children, many of them eloctlon by the bipartisan machine." can Tobacco Company." boys and girls scarcely out of tho For theso frauds, Judge Vance held In tho margin tho court says: cradle, march through the slum sec- Willson responsible. "Tho American Tobacco Company tions of London armed with wooden In the same connection Judge as tho stock interest indicated in the 3words and carrying tho flags of tho Vance quoted a letter written by following defendant corporations: Allies. Frequently the little- Tolks Willson the actions ot "British Amorlcan Tobacco Comsing the Tlpperary marching song the Board ot Election Commissionpany. The American Tobacco Comso popular with "Tommy Atkins" ers, which Is held by Progressives pany ownes 1,200,000 of its 1,500,-00- 0 music. and keep step with largely responsible for the corruption shares ot preferred stock and To English children tho war is an ot tho election. shares of Its 3,720,021 sharimmensely personal affair. The Kaises of common stock. The court furGreat Generals Poor ShotH. er Is supposed by most young Engsays "The American Tobacco Curiously enough, although good ther lish children to bo leading tho GerCompany Is also interested in tho man troops, and It is a great mys- shooting on the part of tho rank and following defendant supply comtery to many llttlo Britishers why file Is nil Important for success In panies: wnrfaro as tho course of tho presKing Georgo Is not in the field. (wooden Mengel Box Company A general movement has been In- ent conflict goes to prove two of greatest Generals In history were boxes) Tho British American Toaugurated for dally Instruction In the primary as well as secondary schools notably had shots. Tho only timo Na- bacco Company ownes 3,637 of shares' of stock. concerning the progress of tho war, poleon went odt game shooting he The Mengel Box Company ownes London papors are filled with killed one of the dogs, and Wellingand of the Columletters from prominent educators ton's record on a similar occasion nil tho capital stock bia Box Company and of the Tyler point out tho magnificent op- proved even worse. who Lady Shelly records in her diary and 250 shares." portunity teachers will havo for pracIn the dissolution ot the American 8, 1819, when the goography and his- on September tical lessons in Tobacco Company the Mengel Box tory because of tho various parts ot Duke was staying nt her place In being a competitor ot tho world in which the Englash Sussex, that she accompanied the Company not it in the tobacco business was not guns In the afternoon. "Theohe.ro ot troops are engaged. was allowed With tho oponlng of school next Waterloo was a .very wild shot. Aft- separated from it but Is today an asset of month most ot the Boy Scoula w.lll er wounding a retriever and later on to remain and Company unbe relieved of picket duty through- peppering a keeper's gattors, ho the American Tobacco absoluto control as it ownes out England, Their work in protect- sprinkled the bare arm ot an old wo- der its ot the capital ing canals, railways, bridges and man, who chanced to be washing more than ; public buildings has been of great clothes at her cottago window. 'My stock. C. Mengle is the, president assistance to military forces engaged good woman,' I bald, 'this ought to .Mr. C. In preparation for foreign service, be the proudest moment of your life. of tho Mongol Box Company and in and tho llttlo chaps have frequently You havo had tho distinction of be- the statement filed with tho secrestood ou duty in pairs at night, re- ing shot by tho Duke of Wellington.' tary of the United States senate believing territorials from such trying Her faco was wreathed In smiles as fore the August primary by Auguswork, will doubtless bo the heroes of tho Duke slipped a gold coin into her tus E. Willson their appear as contributors to his campaign fund C. C. nil public and private schools. hand." y, Offers To Trade Help Progressive President For U. S. Senatorship. , 422-42- Courier-Jo- urnal - Louis-vili- o Will-so- n at - white-washin- g tin-ca- n 5,-0- 00 two-third- s An attack upon former Gov. Au E. Willson, the Republican nominee for United States Senator, who was accused of duplicity In his political acts and affiliations and campaign arguments, was the feature of three Progressive rallies held in Louisville last night. Vance, the Progressive Burton nominee for United States Senator, accused Willson of having .written to Theodore Roosevelt, protesting great friendship, In an endeavor to obtain in his the Colonel's indorsement A Good Woman Wanted race. Col. Roosevelt's reply, in which my mother at Crom To live with the declared that no profession of c;( friendship well, Ky and do the housework, amounted to anything unyou can write or see me at tiartiora, less it came from a supporter of tho Ky. R. B. MARTHA. 12tf. Progressive party, constituted a stern rebuke, according to Mr. Vance, Mr. Vance challenged Gov- - Willson QUEER ECONOMY to produce this correspondence with Col. Roosevelt. If h.e fails to dq so, OF GOVERNMENT he declared, he will, dq so himself, In an. argument to show that WtU-sowho has been professing raijcj Democratic Congress Reduces friendship for tho Progressives, Is undeserving" of the votes ot any Expenses Upward On party, much less the Progressives, Mr. Vance retold a great deal of tho Every Hand.. political history of the last two years, IJe accused Willson of being respond"' slble, in no small measure, for tho Washington, Oct. 5. Considerable course of action which resulted in amusement prevails in Washington the Progressives being robbed of the because ot the economy. i3aue rais- fruits of victory last November. ; ed by the Democrats of Iowa in the Louisville Herald. Mr. Vance also alleges that the coming campaign. Even Democrats here are wondering how far the Dem- 'letter sent by Willson to Roosevelt ocrats of Iowa will get on this is- contained a proposition to swap his support to'the'Colonel for President sue. It is recalled that the Democrats in 1916 in return for his support of at Baltimore wrote in their National himself for United States Senator at platform a denunciation of Repub- the November election. It seems that lican extravagance and said: "We de- Colonel Roosevelt refused the "gold mand a return to that simplicity and brick." So far Willson has Ignored economy which befit Democratic gov- the charges made by Vance although ernment and a reduction in the num- he spoke in several places In Lou ber ot useless offices, the salary of isville last Friday night. The Louwhich drains the substance of the isville Herald Monday had the following editorial on the same subpeople." ject: While the Democrats came into "Why Doesn't He Answer. power on that platform, Instead ot The stand-pa- t nominee for United reducing the number of offices they have increased them in practically States Senator from Kentucky has every departmnt of the Government, been going up and down the StateThis administration Will go down in telling how "progressive" he Is and history as the most extravagant the what a "dear friend" of Roosevelt ho has always been. country ever had. Realizing that there are not enTake tho Treasury employes at stand-patteleft to get him Washington, for Instanco, when the ough anywhere, he presumes upon the In Democrats came into power there were 3.1S3 persons there; instead telligence ot voters ot progressive of tho Democrats reducing the num- thought by offering himself as an adber of these employes, as promised, mirer of Theodore Rosevelt. Perhaps he is. Secretary McAdoo asked for an InBut, if so, why doesn't he take his employes crease of 358 of Treasury alono. When tho stand with those who are fighting in Washington Democrats came into power they for the thlng3 Theodore Rosevelt) found a field force in tho Treasury advocates? Tho Republican party certainly is Department of 1,407 persons, and this economy program of the headed in the opposite direction. under Burton Vance, Progressive nom Democrats, Secretary McAdoo asked In tho field force of inee for United States Senate, in his for an Increase 678 persons. Think of it, an Increase speeches has asked Mr. Willson to in the Treasury Department of 938 make public the contents of a letter written by Col. Rosevelt in repersons. "Demo- ply to ono from Mr. Willson. Judge In these two instances, cratic economy" will cost the Gov- Vance intimated vory strongly that ernment over $1,750,000.00 in In- this letter would show what tho creased salaries alone. Watch their former President thinks of such extravagance increase in other di- men as tho former Governor of Kentucky, even tho they attempt to lead . rections. In view ot tho record ot this tho voters to the belief that they Democratic Congress, it is difficult to aro "Roosovclt men." It Is significant that Mr. Wlllso. conceive of the Democrats securing on an economy plat- did not mention the Roosevelt letter votes anywhere ulght. form. The people will recognize that In his address hero Saturday Why doesn't he answer!" economy pledge is only "mothis lasses to catch files." For' Sale, My library, consisting of The Cen Tuke Notice. It took a man over a year to make tury Dictionary, ten volums; Stod up his mind to get his life Insured. dard's Travel Lectures, fifteen volIt took a month for his policy to umes; The New Students' Reference become a claim after it was issued. Work, five volumes; History ot the And It took ten days for his widow Nineteenth Century, and many othto get the insurance monoy after ho ers all In good condition. Also died. Notlco the difference In time. Stevens double barrel shotgun, good Talk with C. P. KKOWN, Agnt, as new. Also, my carpenter tools, W. R. HEDRICK. Stato Mutual Lite, ot Worcester, full sot. Hartford,' Ky. 13tt 12tf. Mass. gustus v - rs . . i . ir si" , V JVi" if - '"aA.iini.-- v. tnWit 4 1 cd arms against Austria, Russia, Octavius, grand nephew of Julius Napoleon. . The HarotiV War. France and Saxony. At the concluCaesar and Mark Antony, brother-in-lawas sion of tho war, England had conTho Barons' war, 1230-126of Octavius, each of whom asAntony waged by tho Bnrons of England to quered Canada and driven tho French pired to succeed Caesar. was defeated in the battle of Actlum, compel Henry III. to observe nnd out of India, while Prussia mainWARS S 31 B. C. At tho conclusion of the maintain the provisions of Magna tained her Integrity nnd held Silesia. I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording war, the empire succeeded Carta, which had been extorted from During tho contest, Great Britain had last civil Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, his father, Kin? John, on the field to subsldizo Prussia heavily In order Discussed by Not- the republic. Conflicts of Runnymcdc, June 15, 1215, tho to cnablo her to keep her armies in Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes War. Tho Clmhri-TcutonBarons wero vUto'lom. The Houso the field, subsidies which wero never the business written in ull the towns and villages in Ohio county. war, Tho ed Kentucky Historian. In repaid. These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to heavily the of Commons came Into existence 120 B. C, 101, taxed 1264-as a consequence of their The Itcinhitlnnar.v War. hear from anyono in need of Insurance. Respectfully, The power of the Roman republic. triumph. The American Revolutionary war Clmbrl and the Teutons in alliance Dr James K. Patterson, The Hundred Years War. began In 1776 and ended with tho Invaded Italy and Gaul. They deArticle For The Hundred Years wnr grow out Treaty of Paris In 1783. The causes U. of K. Writes feated In succession four Consular armies. The Teutons were defeated of the claim of Edward III thru his of tho war nro fully set forth In tho Lexington Leader. by Marlus at Aquae Sextlae, 102 B. mother, Isabella of France, to the Declaration of Independence. Thoy C, with the loss of 200,000 killed throne of France, nnd lasted with may bo generalized Into n disregard and 70,000 prisoners, and the Clmbrl varying success from 1342 to 1450, of tho rights of tho Colonies by tho wn of nttthentlc histoo From . were routed by Marlus and Catalus during which tlmo were fought, In representation, nnd hostile nnd opry the &tnre of tribes ami clans s, pressive and Illegal nets of the the battles of Crecy nnd at Campus Rudlu3 with the loss of oom up largely nnd ocand nation nnd in 1415, the battle of Agin- - Crown nnd Parliament. 120.000 killed and 60,000 prisoners, cupy r. proiataeut place lu the annals Tlfl.R. nt T.,, r1 n .. .1 li..n.m ' Since the Independanco of the Col101 B. C. of the agi. King of France. His son onies, Grent Britain has pursued a virtual The Parthian War. All archaeologists ami all histor- Henry VI. was in his cradle, crowned much more liberal nnd statesmanIn the Parthian warwaged aggres- King nt, after eliminating agree lans of France and England In 1422. like colonial policy, the results of myth nnJ legend, there remains u sively by Rome on the ambitious and The Revolt, which was ciu'our.ied which are strong aud loal attachsubstantial fcwils of fact. It Is the unscrupulous Initiative of Crassus, by the minority of Henry, In which ment of tho great debusiness of the critic to eliminate one of the First Triumvirate, the Ro- the Maid of Orleans was a prominent pendencies of the Mother Country ns re mans were disastrously defeated, these and to conserve what figure, resulted about 1450 In the ut- exemplified In their attitude during Crassus himself slain and many pris mains. ter collapse of the English ascend- the present war. In placing before our readers brief- oners taken. Meanwhile, the United States have I ancy In France, and the ly a few of the great contests which The Overthrow of .Iml en. become ono of the great nations of of the old monarchy. have occurrod and the designations 0 A. D., the earth with the prospect at no disIn the Judean war of The Up nit of the Netherlands. by which they arc more or less fa- Jerusalem was stormed and plunderOn the abdication of Charles V., tant date of becoming the greatest miliarly known, we may call atten- ed by Titus, son of the Emperor Ves- Emperor of Germany and King of of all. During the war of the Rev tion to the fact that authentic writ- pasian, and the Jews as a nation Spain, the Netherlands, which he in- olution, France, Spain and Holland ten contemporary records carry us ceased to exist. herited from his grandmother, Mary threw their weight Into the scale achack but little beyond the period of of Burgundy, became an appanage of tively against Great Britain, whilst The I.slaniltlc War. the Persian wars. she 'iad to com but the passive hosof Mohammed In the Spanish crown. After the death TUo Persian Wars. Philip II., of Spain, tho s.on and tility of the northern powers of Eupower which 632, the religio-politicAfter subduing the Semitic popu- he had organized spread rapidly In successor of Charles V., introduced rope leagued together In what was lations In Asia Minor, Syria, Baby- the east, Persia, Egypt and northern the Inquisition Into the Netherlands. called the Armed Neutrality. lonia and Bactrlana Darius, the suc- Africa were conquered and the Byz- The persecutions of the Protestants The French Resolution. cessor of Cyrus, attempted to sub- antine Empire cut short in every di- led to an organization formed to reThe wars of the French Revolution sist the Inroads upon their liberties. lasted In effect from 17S9 to IS 15. jugate the Greeks on the western rection. shores of the Aegean Sea and on the The Saracens crossed Into and con- Egmont and Home, their leaders, The enormous sums of money requirmainland of Greece. quered a great part of Spain. They were executed. The provinces resist- ed to carry out the foreign policy of The Persian war lasted from 490 swept across the Pyrennes, encoun- ed the whole might of the Spanish Louis XVI. and his successor Louis B. C, to 479, during which time tered Charles Martel on the field of monarchy and made a gallant de- XV. brought France in tho reign of there wero fought the battles of Tours and were defeated, leaving fense. Belgium, however, was over- Louis XVI. to the verge of bankruptpowered In the contest for freedom, cy. The onerous taxation fell upon Marathon and Platae and the sea 300,000 dead upon the field. fight of Salamls, ending in the comThis overwhelming victory saved while the independence of Holland the peasantry; the rolny domain, the plete defeat of the Persians. Central Europe from the scourage of was recognized at last by the Treaty lands of the nobility and the property After-- , repeated Intermittent trials Islam. The victory of Tours was of Westphalia in 164S. of the church being exempt from all of strength the great contest be- won Oct. 10, 732. economic burdens. The National As The Great Rebellion. tween the east and west culminated The Crusades. The Great Rebellion ,in England sembly fell under the control of rev BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. in the expedition of Alexander the The Crusades, or "Holy Wars," may be said to have begun in 1637, olutionary factions each more violent Great, who Invaded Persia In 334 B. "Wars of the Cross," were under- by the refusal of John Hampden to and truculent than its predecessor. C. He defeated the Persian king in taken to recover Palestine from the pay the illegal impost known as"ship The property of the church was sethe battles of the Granicus Issus and Mohammedans. The first was preach money" levied by Charles I without cularized, that of the nobility seizArbola, overran and annihilated the ed by Pope Urban in 1195 A. D. An authority of Parliament, and to have ed and sold, and the domain of the Persian empire, extending his do- army of 300,000 men was raised and ended in 1660 by the restoration of Crown confiscated. Each faction ne deaier r aent in A minion ovr tkc intervening space be- placed under the command of Peter Charles II. to the throne. Many san- maintained itself in authority for n vour citv and vidnitv to tween Persia and the Himalayas, and Gautier, Peter the Hermit and God-tre- y guinary battles were fought, the time by violence, proscription, bloodsell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe Including northern India as far as Motors, which arc advertised in all reputable of Bouillon. They took Jerusa House of Lords was abolished, the shed and wholesale massacre. ' the Sutlej. LjSfi'BS magazines of the world. This advertising lem by assault in 1199 and Godfrey King was brought to the block, and In 1792 a Republic was proclaimcampaign reaches thousands who have use was crowned king. Successive cru- a Republic proclaimed with Oliver ed. In 1793 the King and Queen were The War of the Diodochoi. for portable and detachable rowboat In Its After tljo death of Alexander, the sades followed for the maintenance Cromwell at Its head as Lord Pro- beheaded. Tho government motors, but who would have no use for launches on frenzy offered to fraternize with any of the Christian kingdom in the Ho- tector. unity of hli vast empire was not long account of lack of time and no summer homes. Write Hitherto the Royal authority and peoples who would rebel against promptly for particulars as to how representatives are The supremacy was ly Land, with varlug success. Inmaintained. with and protected. Begin operations at claimed by half a dozen or more of terest In them gradually waned till the authority nnd privileges of Par- their kings. once so as to abtain the lull benebt ol toe season. Several coalitions of European his great gouernls, and ended, after in 1270, Louis X, of France was de- liament were not well defined nor EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPAlNY the defeat of Antigonus at Ipsus, in feated and taken prisoner In the bat- their respective prerogatives recipro- powers were formed to prevent the 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN cally recognized. The Puritan rebel- fall of tho monarchy, to avenge the 301 B. C, ia the partition of the tle of Massourah. This ended the Crusades, after mil- lion went far to settle tho relations execution of tho king, to defend tho empire among the rival commanders whose kingdoms "survived until they lions of lives had been sacrificed in of Parliament to the Crown. Until tho central powers against the revoluby the futile effort to establish a Chris- death of the Protector In 165S, Pur tionary frenzy of republican France, were conquered and absorbed tian monarchy in the center of Is- itanism was in the ascendant. This to curb the ambition of the empire, Rome. war bears the name also of the Pur- and finally, to bring about the fall lam. The Polopoiinolan War. w iir ,i i m fm. jftmtiT of the empire and the abdication of The Xormun Conquest. itan Rebellion. BETWEEN! oa' -After the defeat of the Invasions Napoleon, who for years made and The Norman conquest of England The Thirty Years War. . ( LEVELAND of Darius aud Xerxes in 490-47- 9 in 1066 by Duke William of NormanThe Thirty Years War was con- unmade kingdoms at his will. The RllFFATO Mill Athens grow rapidly as a sea power, dy laid the foundation of the heredi- temporaneous "lIJ with the Puritan Re- Revolution, the Republic, and the HlBHHBM?tt ,lr neatjiXr---- and Sparta as a military power. The tary enmity between France and bellion. Empire cost Europe millions of lives It began in 161 S and ended Ut&rZir rftt. ..4"it rivalry betwoen them for the leader- England, which continued thr,u sev- by HaHBKajZ the Peace of Westphalia in 1648. and billions of treasure. ship of Greece culminated In the eral centuries y until the overthrow of Its proximate cause was the heredl-tor- y War of 1812-1.- -. Peloponnesian war, which lasted " "I t" v A' Ere the animosities caused by the hostility of the Catholics and Uai lrom 431 B. C. to 404. It ended In Protestants of the German Empire. American revolution had been allay'HMM THE CKIAT the fall of Athens and the overthrow lfi Generally speaking, northern Ger ed, new causes of controversy grew . l.i... .. f.Lpnslu. (.mior in.brrarttti lr-- I'n. illircn . ' .. ". - - fI i .1 .. .- ".....'..u?tCmt. r ....- of Athenian autireniacy. 5J wtl ro.1 VI In o J ro.wrui"many was then and is still Protest- out of the war between England and t.r.7 lu .,..i4U.l. I u li-.- ui I IdUuJ alr,of ihoworM. la n, . j i. ' 7'Io fame Wars. ant, while southern Germany Is Cath France under Napoleon. England inon J "Cl-- r of BufUU" M.cnTic.nt St.amer. "SV nAt.DS"." "CI't cf r.-!"While Uoiu& was engaged in the olic. Tilly and Wallensteln were the fringed the rights of neutrals on the to Daily CLEVELAND unci BUFFALO May r w p.Dec i.t A UuTJ si. s.uj i". Ji, conquest of Ilnly, she came Into colgenerals of the Empire. Gustavus high seas, claiming and exercising . Uitii rimiuui 6:30 A.M. .!l. "lo L!n-io- J Amy llufljio Adolphus of Sweden, a Protestant, the right of search of American veslision with hei great rival for Medi(Ci. If, Marxian! liuir) Tnl! aJ all I a,ln on Cjn..'lin rlnla. Raltroa J tltkrta sels for deserters from the British at Ilulilo for Mar-irwent to the aid of his terranean dominion, Carthage. The .k UrrelanJ un.1 IliifO'u i- pon I for trin.lrtul,..n ..n oar .Ir.iurr.. rrufiou ! . .. I': I .1 . was tUe firflt Punic war, 2G4 WI10 Suffered As Many Girls and defeated the generals of tho em- navy, and for contraband of war. result " Wudaoro lUlulralni l.ooU'1 Irr. jvur ll.k.t afut foe llilal va I O. pire in several battles. One of the This with other grievances led to a THE CLEVELAND x BUffALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland. U.V., to 241, which. ended in the deDo Tells How She episodes of the war was the storm- declaration of war by the United feat of Crritiitcc upon whom humilFound Relief. ing of Magdenburg by Tilly and the States against Great Britain Juno 18, iating conditions of peace were ImPu-uposed by tlio victor; the second Sterling, Ccnn. "I am a girl of 22 almost utter destruction of the city 1812, about ten days after England had conceded all that America had had never recognlzd. Th Invuslon Muck Sea. war, 218 It O, to 201, in which years and 1 used to faint away every by his command. contended for. Had transatlantic tele- uure fought, Palo Alto and Iluena Italian War or Liberation, 18.,JM)(). Hannibal brought Rome to the brink month and was very War of the Spanish Succession. For centuries Italy had been a geography then existed, the war of 1812 Vlbta helns the most important, and weak. I was also liu which ended In of destruction. The war of tho Spanish Succession bothered a lot with Involved tho City of Mexico was captured uud graphical expression only. At tho out-'- v the uttor d'foai of Carthago lu the Great Britain, France, Spain would not have been. female weakness. I Tho war continued until Dec. 24, occupied. Tho Treaty of Guatlalotipe break of the war there existed in "liattfo of J'i'iiH, which the loss of all read your little book Holland and the German empire. On 1S14, when tho Treaty of Ghent was Hidalgo, by which Mexico's claims Italy tho kingdom ml tho two Sicilies, domiuions;and tlio third her ovcr-sc- x of Charles III., o fSpain, 'Wisdom for Wo- tho death on Teas were given up and a Inrgo the States of tho church, tho king149 15. C, to 14G,ulilch Punic war men,' and I saw how In 1700, without male Issue, the signed. But owing to tho of transatlantic telegraphy, tho e.tont of territory ceded to the Unit- dom of Sardltiln, Duchies uud Grand Glided In Iho complete destruction of been Spanish crown was claimed by tlireo others had dohelped by Lydia E. competitors, of whom Philip of An-Jo- treaty of peaco was not known it ed States, including California, Utah, Duchlea, and the Carthage. Pinkham's Vegetafi'lio Kuinuito War. great grandson of Louis XIV. America until weeks afterwards and Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico mains of Aiihtrla, known as Lombard)- and Venice. ble Compound, and meanwhile- the Battlo of Now Orleans brought tho war to and end. The- fin.t, wcowl and third Sam-nlt- c decided to try It, and of France, was the most formidable. For years preceding a patriotic was fought January 8, 1815. The Crimcuii Wur, 1831-wars wuro vatjed between the it ha3 made me feel William III. of England, formed a movement had been growing looking Samnitcs ,in i Home 343 I). C, to like a new girl and I am now relieved coalition to defeat the aggrandize-ben- t Tho causes of tho Crimean wr Tho Mexican Wur, 181.1-to tho expulsion of Austria and tho 290. The Sniau'tcs occupied South of all these troubles. I hopo all young Texas, which had been an Integral were tho encroachments of HushIu up of tho Bourbons. The war lasted Central Itily and contested the su- girls will get relief C3 I have. I never from 1702 to 1713. The great battles part of Mexico, asserted in 1835 her on Tttrkoy under tho pretex of afford- unification of tho peninsula. Louis Napoleon, Emperor of Franco, unitpremacy of Home. They wero ulti- felt better in my life. "Hiss Bertha A. of Blenheim, Malplaqult, Ramillcs Independence. After somo sanguinary ing protection to her ed with Victor Emanuel in a declaramately BUh'lii id and obtained equal- PuicquiN, Box 11C, Sterling, Conn. and Oudeuarde wero won by the Duke engagements, hor Independence was of theGreok church. Tho Sultnn deMasscna, N. Y. "I have taken Ly- of Marlborough during the war of recognized by England, Holland and clared war Oct. 5, 18i". England and tion of war against Austria. Volunity of civil riglttii with the Romans, dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound the Spanish Succession. By the Treaty Belgium in 1S40. The war with Mex- Franco by a declaration of wur teers from all Itnly Joined tho standSb B. C in and I highly recommend it. If anyono of Utrecht, Philip was recognized as ico still went on, however. President against Russia Marcli 28, 1854, came ard of the allies. The bloody battles Itouinn CI-,- : I Wurs. wants to write Magenta, and Solferno annihilatThree citl wars stand out con- her about my to mo I will gladly tell King of Spain. Tho Spanish Nether- Tyler mudo overtures to President to tho aid of Turkey. The principal of case. I was certainly In ed tho Austrian dominion in Italy. spicuous in (he annals of Rome. a bad condition as my blood was all turn- lands were given to Austria. Other Houston, of Texas, for the annexa- interest in the Crimea, one of thu Meanwhile, a general revolutionary The first, h Uwcen Marlus and Syl-l- ing to water. I had pimplc3 on my face minor adjustments wero made, the tion of tho latter to the United States. btrougest fortresses in Europe, tho In results J lu tho utter de- and a bad color, and for five years I had most important of which was tliut A treaty to this effect was signed by sclge of which began Oct, 17, 1854. movement lod to the expulsion of tho feat of tho lotwrr, followed by tho been troubled with suppression. The the crowns of Franco and Spain the Ti'xan Commissioners and the and ended In the destruction aud with lessor woverolgns nnd a union Piedmont. Tho Kingdom of Itproscription of S)lia, who declared .doctors called It 'Anemia and Exhaus should never he united. American Secretary of Stato, but fail- evacuation of the fortress Feb. 1, aly was formed and Victor Emanuel, tion,' and said I was all run down, but himself dictator, but abdicated and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com ed of ratification by the U. S. Senate. 18Gi. Tho Ketvu Years War. King of Sardinia, was chosen king. The l'eace of Paris, signed by retired to prf ue life 79 B. C. Tho Seven Years wur was begun These negotiations wore renewed and tvmnd lirmifht mn nut nil W lit Tho Treaty of Villa Franca ended tho I Tho second civil war, in which LaVi3A, Myhes .Box 74. Massenu. N. Y. in 1756 and ended in 1763. It was joint resolutions for the annexation Great Britain, France, Prussia, Auswar. u contest on the one hand between of Texas wero adopted by tho Senato tria, Russia .and Turkey, concluded Caesar and I'ompoy wero contestants The lndl.HU Mutiny. Hcoil Tills Atlvlce. England and France for supremacy and House of Repersentatlves in Jan tho war. Russia was thoroly beaten. for supremacy, ended in the defeat Younff Girls A company of merchants called In 4S II. C ' Girh who are troubled with painful or in India and America, and on the uary and February, 1845. had to cedo somo territory, to She of the latter at Phartulla the East India Co., obtained a charIn June following, war was de- ubundon tho protectorate which nho and the dictatorship of the victor , irregular n periods, backache, headachy other between Prussia uud Austria, sensations, fainting Russia and Saxony for In tho Senate Iloube dragrfnc-itowover the Greek subjects of ter from Queen Elizabeth lu 1C0O. who was ktllod the pobscs-sio- n clared by Mexico against the United claimed spells or indigestion.ehould Immediately Concessions from tlmo to time were. . ,, n r of Silesia nnd the partition of States because of tho annexation of the Porte and consent to the excluf ships of wur from the (Continued on Third Pago.) Tlio third civil war was between jj4 & pinkUam'i Vertuble Compound, Frustlu. 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Urltlsli There Is a widespread nay.almost soldiers were sent to the scat of wnr. n universal notion that we have to On May 31, 1002, the Doers signed put up with Indignities In our public WARS OF HISTORY terms of unconditional surrender and to the conveyances tho subways, the ele- the Transvaal was Crown. Tho Orange Free State, which j vatcd trains, and tho trolley-carhad made common causo with tho I In fact, I thought that myself until .(Coninucd Prom Second Page.) sia, however, withdrew the candidacy Boers shared tho same fate. The Im- I applied my uJBJjfcUd jti v5w mind to It. To my asobtained by the company from the of Prince Leopold. Pcnco then might perial government made n grant of tonishment, I discovered that litthe pounds, have been maintained, but Count 3,000,000 besides other eVfrtiiH)T?o4t Moslem emperors of India, and from lllsinarck, the King's chief adviser, large sums for tho repatriation of tle tilings. that I had taken for lack ' ' .;, sprang Into exist'L.Jrdid not hesitate in his nuxlcly to tho Boers. of courtesy were, In fact, delicate J(TSXOTrJj ence nfter the death of Akbar. Those bring about n rupture, to mutilate The totnl cost of the war to Great attentions from perfect strangers, concessions embraced not only trad- a telegram from tho French govern- Britain was 222,071,000 pounds. so if any of you arc laboring under ing privileges, but territorial sover- ment, before presenting It to His Since the closo of tho war, all tho tho delusion that was onco my pet eignty. France, Portugal and Holland Majesty. The mutilated telegram so British colonics of South Africa have oliscsslson, pray let mo enlighten you FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN had likewise Hast Indian Companies enraged King William that when been united under tho designation of as to your mistake. established on a similar footing. All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors Iienedrttl, the French ambassador, the 1'nlon of South Africa, with largo For Instance, when n train or a From the foundation of Jhe SUta to tho present The Hrltlsli Kast India t'o. grew, waited upon His Majesty for a reply, ndmlnlstrntlvo and legislative auton- car arrives every ono makes a wild time Tbo only complete collection In existence enlarged its trade obtained by dip- the latter turned his bnck upon him omy. Colony, Natal, Tho Transvaal dash for It. Until I studied Picture? of nil Presidents of tlie United States. fromWarli their Innton to Wilson. Mara of nil Nutlona In colors. Tho very lomat) or successive concessions, and and refused him an audience. War and tho Orange River Colony, with motives, I thought them purely selfMSB.; latent Kentucky Map sliowini Couiillci, towns. tallroarts.Ceie ultimately drove Its rivals out of the was declared by the French Kmporor. provision for the nddltiou of other ish, but now I sec that they are irrsslonal districts, etc. Latcct KeitucLy tensiw. ! till nnd completemipoftheUnltel States. I'ullnndcomrjlctrmapolthe Peninsula. The English government Dlsmarck was r.cndy, Franco was States when they become sufficiently quite tho opposite. People make world. In the Historical Kcntucly eietclilc,i en tl.e political statistics from tliefotm.hthu of the Hate to the present tunc. appointed the Governor General and not. Prussia with her German al populous. The Governor General Is this Inconvenient haste to relieve the ItlnduJes: All State Officl. Is. Kiecutlte Department. All IJernrtmenta of the State Government with tlichcadsofeach had a veto upon the domestic admin- lies brought into the field 1,124,000 appointed by the Crown. The union congestion, so that "there will bo Department anil the cIHcal force with their salaries. Vnrloua istration and foreign policy of the men and over 2,000 guns. While tho Is now as loyal to the Empire as any more room for you on tho cars that Kentucky Dennis nnd Conrti with their etaf! with officers and ii'-- J salaries. Political Committees nnd Organizations of tl Company, fiut the Company rules French were mobilizing, Prussia and of the other great colU.itc. Kentucky United btalra Senators. Kentucky Chief arrive later. Once Inside, how quickjustices. Speakers of the Kentucky House. Congressional over a domain ten times larger than her allies crossed her frontier. The onies Canada, Australia, or New ly every one will make haste to find Districts. Kallroad Commission rs. Senatorial Districts. Great Ilritaln, maintained armies, surrender of Sedan, the captivity of Zealand. The union bus an nrca of a scat, so that you will havo more Counties of Kentucky, when made and from what Counties. IS AU of the Vital Statistics of Kentucky. levied war and concluded peace. The Napoleon, the fall of Metz, the occu 473,184 squurc miles and a popula space to stand comfortably! Take jurmy consisted partly of Hrltlsli pation of Paris, and tho fall of the tion of 5,175,824. This unique and valuable Atlas is free tho cross-seatEach single passen "roops, nnd partly of native levies, Empire followed in rapid succession. fs 35pH5 to all Evening Post Mibscribcrs. If not IVnr lf)Oi-- .. ger attempts to get one of them, so now a fubsenber, send S3.00 for a full alIn 1894, Corea renounced her the latter called Sepoys. The army France was beaten and exhausted. year's subscription, or $2.00 for a six that a lady and her escort or a pair nt the time of the mutiny amounted The new German Empire was pro- legiance to China, proclaimed her In- of ladles or two gentlemen together months' subscription by mail. to about lfiO.OOO Sepoys and 22,000 claimed In presence of the nssemblcd dependence and called upon Japan may be separated. On the factf of it, Please understand, these rates ere by mail only, end not through carrier or agent. Jtrltlsh troops. For some time prior princes of Germany, In Versailles for aid. A war ensued between Chlua this looks like a lack of courtesy; OUR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER: "o 1S57, elements of disloyalty had near Paris, January 1.1, 1S71, and and Japan which lasted till 1S95, but as the pair continue their con- $3.00 Daily Evening Post, one year been apparent In some of the Sepoy the King of Prussia was elected May, when a treaty of peace was signed. versation, across the aisle, It gives 91.SO limtmrnMrn Kentucky Governor' Well Chut regiments. At Meerut May 10, 1857, 1871 France agreed to cede Alsaco Tho Independence of Corea was rec- tho other passengers an opportunity .. m-- ji ty i.it c naruuru i iiuiiuuuuiu, 131- - ei fi eer 'iii the standard of revolt was raised. nnd Lorraine to the German Empire ognized and China ceded to Japan to listen, and so enlivens a- - period of ALL THREE FOR - - - $3.5f-Many Sepoys turnout India Joined and to pay an, Indemnity of 5,000,-000,00- 0 the Pescadores, tho Llao Tung pen- travel that would otherwise be dull. fj insula and Klao-Chothem. A series of sanguinary battles and agreed to Think how often this sort of thing francs. Thus ended the followed in which the rebels were man xm&rmm leaving pay on Indemnity of 200,000,000 has engaged your own mind pleasantwar of 1S70-7defeated, resulting in the complete behind it a legacy of hatred and re- fuels, equal to 1140,000,000. ly. And if you are one of the separoverthrow of the mutineers and the venge. Germany under protcx of main- ated pair, note how by this subtle of the sovereignty taining the integrity of China with expedient your conversation at once. War. The of the Company from the Himalayas I myself Since the days of Peter the Great, the concurrence of France and Rus- gains wit and brilliancy. to Cape Corwln. Russia has been looking with long- sia, compelled Japan to give up the have been so engrossed sosmetimes lS.r,S, the Hrltlsli In September ing eyes upon Constantinople. When Llao Tung peninsula on which is sit- that I have ridden past my own stagovernment dissolved the East In- Alexander I., met Napoleon on the uated the fortress of Port Arthur, tion, and so no doubt have you, and dla Company, having bought out its Klao-Choon the peninsula of this would not have occurred but for In the Nleman, to discuss the re- and Interests and vested the government raft Shantung. Shortly after Russia oc- the consideration we casual travelers construction of the map of Europe, of India thenceforward In the Crown. Alexander was ready to concede nny"-thl- cupied and held Llao Tung and Ger- have for one another. The Secretary of State for India is Klao-ChoThere is the gentleman of the for the possession of the cap- many exacted from China by the Crown and Is a appointed as Indemnity for the murder of two round paunch and the spread-eagl- e ital of the Eastern Roman Empire. member of tho Hrltlsli Cabinet. The legs. He does not hold his paper The Russian Empire is Slavic, Tur German missionaries. Governor General Is also appointed Not long afterward disputes arose widely spread and steadily before key in Europe was Slavic. The agby the Crown and holds office for ency by which Russia wrought was between Russia and Japan over the him to avoid seeing that there is a five years. among the boundaries of Corea, in which king- lady standing directly In front of to foment discontent The American Civil War. He is a Slavic subjects of tho Porte to en- dom Japan had a paternal Interest. him. Base accussation! y feeling which ex- courage rebellion, and then to inter- The strained relations between the real philanthropist, and one too selThe Will help parents develop their sons into The man across isted In the Northern States of the vene to protect them. This policy Colossus of the West, and the Em dom rewarded. the best type of citizens and Christian union from an early date, grew as brought on the Crimean war and the pire of the Rising Sun culminated the way may read the front page e war of 1904-in the while those on either side of him Russo-Turkls- h the years went on. It received war of 1871. gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatImpulses by the annexation France was Just beginning to re- one of the bloodiest wars of modern peer over his shoulder. Thus he Is tered and comes from the best homes in of Texas, the admission of California, cover from the terrible dlsaster4of times. Japan beat her unwieldy an- sharing the evening sheet with those " who would not otherwise know the legislation, and 1870. The sympathy of Great Det- tagonist by land and by sea. the Kansas-Nebrask- a the South. Its capacity is limited, there- The battles of the Sha-Hthe bat- day's news. It is a little thing, to grew rapidly after the nomination of ain was alienated by the Turkish fore, reservations should be made early. J. C. Frecmont for the Presidency massacres known as the Bulgarian tles of Mukden, the naval engage- be sure; but life is made up of little and the storm- things. ip 1S56. The election of Mr. Lincoln Atrocities. These conditions gave ment of Place your son in this select gioup of And haven't you seen the .dear, as the nominee of the Republican Russia a free hand. The passes of ing of Port Arthur, In all of which the Japanese were victorious, rank motherly woman with her little famparty in 1860 brought on the crisis. the Balkans were forced. Plevna was boys. Write Tho the President-elec- t declared that stormed and only the appearance of among the .greatest victories in anci- ily of five or six? How the little ones toss and tumble all up and he had no Intention to interfere with the British fleet In the Dardanelles ent or modern times. In the Treaty of Portsmouth, me- down tho side-seaHow diverting slavery, and his desire to administer prevented the occupation of Conthe affairs of the nation within the stantinople. The Treaty of San Stef-an- o diated by the United States, Russia their antics! See that one sliding j For catalogue and information. Box A. limits of the constitution, the slave conceded the independence of conceded almost everything which over the fat gentleman's lap. That States believed the existence of slav- Roumanfa and Servia, legislative and Japan demanded, and was compelled other one Is drawing a picture on the ery menaced, and took Immediate administrative autonomy to Bulgaria, to undergo the most humiliating dis- pane with a tiny, sticky finger. Every ono loves children at play many steps to withdraw from tho Federal and a measure of autonomy to Bos- aster in her history. us have none of our own. How It you are not familiar with Llppln- compact, alleging that as the original nia, besides the payment of a large Keep Stomach and Liver Health. of delightful, then, to watch their frolicStates entered the union of their own Indemnity. Almost all of Turkey in cott's you are doing yourself and A vigorous Stomach, perfect work- some sport, even if it be for the short volition, that they had a right to Europe was thus lost to the Ottoman the publishers an Injustice. ing Liver and regular aetln? rowels space of a ride uptown! How great withdraw from the union If their fun- Empire. Is guaranteed If you will use Dr. to share them with damental rights were Jeopardized. Tho Great Powers who with Tur- King's New Life Pills. They Insure the mother-hea- rt us strangers! One State after another south of key had signed the Treaty of Paris, good Digestion, correct Completion Mason and Dixon's line seceded and (.which put an end to tho Crimean Take tho youth In bright raiment, a now government known war Intervened. They held that the and have an excellent toulc effect sitting with one leg acrosss his knee, established on the whole system Puriry your ns the Confederate States of America. status of Turkey was a European cross-ba- r of the figure four. blood and rid you of all body pois- like the The war which followed lasted from question, that Russia had no right To be ruse, ho takes up considerable ons through the Bowels. Only 25c. April 1SC1 to May 1SC5. During tho to determine this in her own excluroom, but how otherwise should we "The Standard Fiction Magazine your Druggist. contest many sanguinary battles were sive Interest, and that the Treaty of at know tho stylo In hosiery? Those of America" fought with varying success. Tho su- Sun Stefano must bo submitted to , Feel right all tho time. Don't lay off Baseball Extra. two ladles sitting on the long seat t from work for days by taking calomel perior resources of tho Federal gov- the revision of the powers which game opened with Molasses at there. The space they occupy gives Tho keep3 you when pleasant iV- - Vcr-La- x NOW IN ITS 4Cth YEAR ernment in men and in money at last signed tho Treaty of Paris. Hence, the stick and Smallpox catching, Ci- room for graceful gestures room 'to on your feet, whilorcliovingyour troubbroke down tho Confederate resis- the Congress of Berlin met in 1878, gar wus in tho box with plenty of arrange the draperies of their skirts too, and easy to take. Don't le. 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a Year take Safer anything else. You can't afford its authoBy the Treaty of Berlin, tho prin- smoke. tance and Horn played first base and so that they will fall most alluringit. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysrity from tho Atlantic to the Pacific, cipality of Bulgaria was cut in half, Fiddle on second base. Backed by ly. It is a pretty picture. It is art (The first magazine to originate the tem and relieves constipation. A natCanada- - to the Gulf. and from longitudinally, tho part south of the Corn in the field made' It hot for the brought to the masses. We may ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Idea of publishing a complete in its effect and certain in results. It War of 1870. Balkans remaining with Turkey. Bos- umpire, Apple, who was rotten. Ax stand and admire them, yes, stsation The Franco-Germa- n novel in each ntunber.) will won't bo long before Uo- - Vcr-La- x Treaties which bring ono war to nia and Herzegovina were given to came to bat and chopped. Cigars nfter station. completely displace calomel in everl so, I pray, look always for the A YEAR'S In behalf of let Brick walk and Sawdust filled And tin end frequently contain tho germs Austria to administer SUBSCRIPTION home. Children can tako it freely ana with perfect safety. Every bottle guarthe signatories of the treaty. The tho bases. Song made a hit and motive. There was a tlmo when I of war to come. The BRINGS YOU anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. None cities of Kars and Batoum in the Twenty scored. Cigar went out and hastened to give up my seat to any beDuchies of Schleswlg-Holstcl- n genuine without tho likeness and signaeastern part of the Black Sea were Balloon started to pitch, but went lady who entered. Since then I 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short ture of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by longed originally to Saxony, then to CO Denmark, then to Russia and again given to Russia, and Russia was con- straight up. Then Clierry trled.but have realized that It is much better Stories. '60 Timely Articles. J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. Striking Poems. 200 Pages of Huto Denmark. The Klngof Denmark as firmed In her freedom of the Black went wild. Old Ice kept cool In the for her to stand, especially in these a seat Sea, from which her war vessels had game until he was hit by a pitched days of ruffles and drapery. Clothes mor. Duke of Schleswfg-IIolstelnha- d THK SEVVIMa in the Germanic Diet. For some time been excluded by the Treaty of Paris. ball, then you ought to have heard are always hung In a closet, not Ico Cream. Cabbage had a good crushed In a drawer; therefore, they The Great Boer War. prior to 1863, an agitation was foMAC HUNK Llpplncott's Is enjoying a big reThe Transvaal Republic was found- head and kept quiet. Grass covered should be hung on the figure, for to vival of popularity. OF mented in the Duchies by Prussia, Thousands of QUALITY.) whose object was complete detach- ed in 1848 by Dutch Boers who emi- lots of ground and the crowd cheer- be sat upon destroys their lines. So, new readers hava been addejd to Us ment from Denmark of the Duchies grated from Cape Colony. After ed when Spider caught a fly. Bread you see, even I have profited by my subscription list during the past and then incorporation with the Ger- some years of conflict with tho na- loafed on third base and bumped study of what I once conslde.ed the tew months, and Its circulation Is NOT Prussia and tives, anarchy prevailed and the- Organ, who played a fast game, put lack of common courtesy. Thomas Increasing rapidly. manic confederation. BOLD Austria Invaded and seized the Duch- Transvaal was in 1877 annexed to the out Lightning. In the fifth inning Grant Springer in October Llppln-cott'- s. UNDER They theif quarreled British Dominions, and in 1879 was Wind began to blow what he could ies in 1863-ANY HOW TO REDUCE THE over the administration of the an- declared a Crown colony. After the do. Hammer began to knock and OTHER provinces with the result that defeat of the native forces by the Trees began to leave. The way they Apply Sloan's Freely For Lumbago. nexed NAME. COST OF GOOD READING recovered roasted Peanuts was a fright. Knife In 1866 Prussia declared war on Aus- British, the Transvaal Your attacks of Lumbago ure not y tria. The latter was disastrously de- strength and courage. In 1880, tho was put out for cutting first basse. nearly so hopeless as they seem. You Send for WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. pitching and can relieve them almost instantly by feated in the battle of Konlggratz, colony declared Its independence. In Lightning finished Jfyou purchase the N1JW UOMrVyouwIll was conceded struck out six men. In the ninth a simple application of Sloan's Lini- Lippincott's "Little lookof Kg have a life asset at the price you pay, and will and was compelled to sign a treaty 1881 Apple told Fiddle to take first base ment ob the back and lolus. Lumnot have an eodleu chain of repaln. whlcto excluded her from tho Ger- to the Boers subject to the suzerain Bargains" and then Song made a bit. Trombone bago Is a form of rheumatism, and manic confederation, leaving Prussia ty of Great Britain. Quality The discovery of gold and of dia made a slide and Meat was put out yields perfectly to Sloan's, which New Edition Just Published for the supreme in Germany. 4 Season FrusMa annexed the Duchies and monds brought a large Influx of on the plate. There was a lot of penetrates quickly all In through the CotwdW the Kingdom of Hanover, formed the population Into the Transvaal. Dis- betting on the game. But Soap sore, tender muscles, limber up the SENT FREE UPON REQUEST confederation, and putes, arose between the immigrants cleaned up. The score was 1 0. back and makes It feel fine. Get a Hkjorth German which placed the and the government In Which the Door said If he had pitched be bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 j.B.LirriNcorccoMrAifY concluded treaties resources of Bavaria, Baden and Paramount Power became involved would have shut them out. Ken. cents, of any druggist and have It in WASHINSTON SOreMM PHILaBELPIU Wurtemberg at her disposal In the with the result that war was declared tucky Pythian. the house? against colds, bore and labuv. w swollen Joints, rheumatism, neuralevent of war, and by a secret treaty by the Transvaal against Great Brltt . To PravMt Mood Poisoning vAth Russia agreed to connive at and aln In 1899. gia, sciatica and like ailments. Your apply you want a sewlDfliiachlue, write tat. it once the wonderful old reliablea DR. earIf latest catalogue, before you punhuse. FOR FLETCHER'S money back If not satisfied, but it The Boers fought with desperate support her declaration not to be ANTISKPTIC HKAUNG OIL, dressing tbs relieve pain end beats. at. Hi New Heme Stwig Matty.- Ct, (tage, Kats.v does give almost Instant relief. bound any longer by the Treaty of energy and taxed the resources of SOI NOTABLE J? Irnrls, which excluded her ships of ' war from the lllnck Sea. The nGgrnndlzcment of Prussia nrotuod the Jealousy of Napoleon III, This was further Inflamed by the nt- tempt of the King of Prussia to placo n Holicnzollcrn upon the vacant throne of Spain. The King of Prus- 'the Emplro heavily s. i? , nB- - i T29LVSI s. llusso-Jiipiiiir- "Hi 0- -. V T-r- Franco-Ger- Kuss-Turkl- w w M 9? V Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. anti-slaver- Russo-Japanes- suc-cjtal- ve 5, o, Tsu-Shim- a, t! S MSTHENEY & rHBHiaHH USE LI V-VER-- LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Dauo-German- lc NEW - 4. , HOME A Bill To-da- nt 1913-191- L Children Cry CASTORI A I sur-de- - tbc same time. Not lialmcot. nc.S0c.fl.Ni ! Society of Equity we hnd some opportunities to Judge him, nnd knew some things to hnppen that were not Eatoml nrcordln to Ibw t th l'oitofflc generally known. mail matter of tho urcoml Mlon), Kj-.Having at least three times bolttlfus, ed his party nominees, ho Is still position to out further C M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor by those Inwho may have he leftscrusome ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor ples about remaining regular. Ho Is boltto the ery least of regular. He Address all communications ed n city ticket In Louisville. Ho KTie Hartford Republican. Hunter and worked bolted Dr. against his election ns the RepubNOTICE TO SUBSCHIBERS nominee for V. S. Senator. He Rntorrllirr ileirliiff tin piiiern'tit to n new lican dilrtM must plve the oM mldrer In miiVIni? the bolted O'Hear, when ho ran for Govtoqnwt. ernor three years ago and his Hoilnt" l.ornh Hint Xotler lnc tT line nnd f.c for O'Renr was brought about per Hue tor riu-- mlillllonut Iti.rrtloii. ObltiDirtri. Itfuulutlnmi Htitl Ciinl ul Thinl...V by a speech which O'Hear made for the tobacco growers at the celebratper line iminry IniiilriiiH-FChart b Sutler tar ervlrp friv, Imt otliir ed meeting called by Willson nt H irrtord , Republican. ADDITIONAL TAXES OPPOSED BY MANN There is No Need to Put New Taxes on the People Mr. Mann. Says can Industrial Interest which has been exposed through a long period of years to nbsoluto Free-Trad- e. The' status of the American merchnnt may Is a striking illustration rine of whnt would have happened, and what will hnppen to any American Industry In which labor cost Is nn important actor, when exposed to tho Cuiupeililon of peasant, cooll or peon labor, the only possible result Is cx- to-dai DRESS GOODS Silks and Trimmings everything that's new and Piece Goods and mings at range prices from cents per yard to two dollars per yard. a variety UllWMlill. field theory wero If the Wilson-Re- d In of sound, American shipping interests Washington, Oct. 8. "With the Industries of tho country largely would have sharpened their wits unTrimin up-to-da- te, conditions, paralyzed and labor out of work, It der these competitive Is no time to Impose additional tax- nnd by cheapening the cost of operof a ten es, nnd taxes, too which are entirely ation would have been nblo to meet foreign competition. Ample capital unnecessary", declared James It. Mann, Republican Minority Leader of has gone into every promising field t. fe per line. Church will receive no Frankfort lummuiilcntloii AuoDfintMia the House of Representatives, In n, of enterprise in tills country, but w. cross ocean whipping has been nban-- 1 Attention. If is apprea We must have hit "Marsc Henry" statement today. duued, for the slmplo reason that it CoiiizfcfeStliuri "dan's stntemnt Is re' in a tender snot. A little reference is Impossible for nn employer to put is to to his now famous editorial tirade garded as an important utterance In .1- -3 Cum'eoilanl ...... the Ainrlcnn wage scale in competl-- 1 CO DTaxixiora' on prohibitionists in this paper caus- view of the fight tho Republican Hon with the European or Orleutal . this ases him to uso almost n half column minority is making in both House wage scale, and survive the compc-- 1 which and Senato to prevent the Demoof space in the Courier-JournFriday, octoiikk t). tltlon. might well have been written by a cratic majority from Imposing a The contention that American ship "wnr" tax on the people in adten year old, spoiled boy. He closes this of to VK SUPPORT with the crushing suggestion that dition to their other burdens of tax- plug has disnppeard from the cross CANNOT WHY ocean trnlllc because of the neceswnxsox. paper should bo ation, nt a time when this country the editor of this sity of buying ships In the United as The editor of this paper has made sent to a night school. Well, if this is nt peace with nil the world. Is dishonest. Those who offer an honest effort for tho past two should be done Just ns apt as not tho Is no need to put new tax- States "There years to help reunite the Republi- teacher would be one of those es on the people nt this time," Mr. this argument are insincere. For in solid colors, stripes years we have admitted free of duty can party, both In the county and "lanky, cranky, hook-nose- d Mann asserts. "While there may be materials used in constructing ships State. He has advocated a return a slight falling off in customs re prohibitionists." for foreign trade. Yet we have to the Republican emblem upon a ceipts during the European war.that for the Things "continue to go wrong at built no ships for Hint .trade. The platform containing the essentials can easily be more than met by propadvocated by the Progressives. At Frankfort. If the Republicans will er governmental economy. The war original cost of construction of a the same time we have boldly de- nominate a good clean ticket, made in Europe may be over soon and the ship as compared with the higher clared that we would not support an up of honest men, headed by Hon. treasury can meet the expenses of Cost of maintaining on ship board t,e , in enemy of the people or one who had Ed Morrow for Governor, next year tho government without difficulty American standard of wtiges and llv-- ! j there will be a change and a chance for ing. proven himself unworthy of support, a long time to come if It draws Roto, we repeat, our cross ocean if we knew It. In the nomination of to see who are the thieves and just on the government money now dehow much of the tax payers money shipping is a horrible example of the A. E. Willson, the Republican tickposited in the banks. Much of tho competition upet has at its head one whose very has been stolen. money already appropriated need effect of Free-Trad- e name should be an insult to every not be used for the present if the on Amrlcan Industry. Thevonly way ShermanBairwas"born1 and tobacco grower and every union labor on the farm and is In full sym- President will direct the .depart- in which we can compete with coolie, for peon and peasant labor is to bring man in Kentucky. While Governor, pathy with all the needs of the sons ments to practice economy. There he not only fought the organization of toil. He never lived In a citv. are many things which can wait over. American labor down to the peon, selling peasant and coolie level. This proof tobacco growers, under the pre- and still retains his, sympathy for the Temporary delay In many cases will posal of the Free-Tradtense of stamping out lawlessness, common people. shows that assist be no injury. ho places cheapness above human but when he had an appointment "For the seven months of this Vote for wrsherman Ball for Con welfare, above social Justice, above in of Assistant Mine Inspector to make, a gress. He represents the protective year ending with July 31, before the patriotism Itself. And the status of he ignored the recommendations of war begun, our Imports from foreign the Miners Union and allowed Mr. tariff idea and wil stand for the countries were 122 million dollars the American cross ocean merchant John B. Atklsson of Earllngton to interests of the common people. more than they' were for the same marine illustrates the blight which make the selection. Mr. Atklsson was Col. W'illlanf Jennings-Brya- n, period last year, while our exports the foes of the Protective nnllcv late put upon every phase of American during his life time the greatest of the Second Nebraska volunteers, were 12G million dollars less. thorn in the side of the Miners Un- thinks he sees the end of milltar is caused by the Underwood That productive industry if it were possitariff. ble for them to do so. ion in the United States. ism. The balance of trade in our favor At the time Willson became GovThe Senate ought tohave a rule for these seven months In this year ernor of Kentucky, the writer was Dog on. the Rattle Field. which would prevent the wasting of was 60 million dollars. For the National President of the American While man. obpvlnp ihi rnmmnn.l same seven months last year, the Society of Equity and watched the an entire day in discussing its rules. balance of trade in our favor was of king and czar and emperor, goes course of the Governor with unusual Maybe the local robbers and uo uuiiiuu uonars mis snows a forth to kill his fellow-madogs, and intense interest. No night rider house breakers have called out falling off In the balance of trade In silent, unprotesting, guarded from troubles were ever charged to this their reservists. our favor In seven months before flying bullets only by a symbol, order or to any of Its members, yet, for Europe wlllnottae in condition the war commenced 248 million dol- search the bloody battle-fiel- d oa,. eKres. An.cr.can either ignorantly, or purposely, Will-eo- n prlse rc8pcctre J to take manv hoartlpru tipyi cum lars in gold. That is one of the maimed and wounded, taking with never referred to the "night Elaborate preparations are being New ork Highway Dm,.,.. them promises of comfort and help. main troubles with the country now '. , mer. riders" in speech, or Interview, "c These Red Cross dogs are especi- made bv the railroads to accomrao-- . l,,n"ni"B nn exhibit of such r and Is the result of the new tariff ... .i ' and he was always getting himself Many "cruisers have "been changed law. ally trained for this service. En- - date the good roads workers i"iruons and comnreho who interviewed, that he did not class to submarines since the war began. If we were manufacturing the "ill rival i'vom ii... the Society of Equity and every othgoods we use instead of importing It is a"go"bdthlngforthe dove of er farmers' organization with the them, we would have prosperlty.and lawless. His speech to his invited peace that it is a migratory bird. if we had a sufficiently high import guests, members of these various orLooks "like the" Russian" bear has duty on the goods we bring In from ganizations at Frankfort in 190S, got the Austrians goat. abroad, we would have sufficient ouumurn uauway, leav was a fair sample of the venom for A'fehfl fr.i" Hie ,, . ....... H .i revenue without Question. ,... . What doc will nmtfn n'pnn,! uinuuiaUlt; UUK. rM uaiu.uuj ..!, iMiiiiLT m OUwi. ...,!,. UndiK. n.. . i nnd nrriv- , The Monroe doctrine Is pretty safe J we need now organized farmers which possessed block H. Is economy and not new thrii entire cit uKa are use.esss. Ing iU Atlanta ,. Xovcm))Cr g g his every fiber. His action then Is Jl,st now hose w ho hunt game, or whojal cars taxes. What we have under the J , wl be for somewhat explained now, by contrilack character." Democratic administration Is MuUo the Tariff Wholly American. Iphla, Baltimore, Washington. Rich butions to his primary campaign There arc various ways in which inond nnd Norfolk. Delegates from The chief duty of the voters of this travagance and additional taxation." fund by those connected with the country theso dogs aro today hunting for is to elect a Congress next jtlie west and middle west will hnve'' American Tobacco Co., as shown V. A TEXAS WONDER. tho wounded and making their re- the advantage of a special train' V UR CC November that will set this country elsewhere in this paper. This is the right again. Mfmnifl Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney an ports to headquarters. Some dogs heaving Chicago on the evening company the V. S. Supreme Court j.t MtMlJJ , UUU1C It is not right now. Let no one bladder troubles, dissolves crave!. wear bells. When the bull ceases to j November 7 nnd passing thro j( Bought to dissolve which has done cures dltbetes, weak tnd lanio backs. ring tho master follows Its last di- Indianapolis. &P Cincinnati en ro ao much to bring our people to rags deceive himself that it is right. Con- rheumatism, Wan, , y,)u fll Sw ftc and all irregularities of rection nnd conies upon the dog, Atlanta. Arrangements ditions are not what they should be ""' nro and is still seeking to control, not in a land of such abundant resources. the kidneys and bladder in both men keeping watch beside a wounded sol- ling made for special ser HW 'bo- alono the tobacco markets, but our They were not made wrong by the and women. Regulates bladder trou- dier. Other dogs have been trained Texas and southwestern ftom law makers as well. How any voter MILLINERY war. either, although the war in Eu bles in children .If not sold by your to bark as soon as they find a man ceptlonnlly 'oihta. low ratr "Who ever belonged to any of theso rope has affected some conditions druggist, will send by mall on re who needs assistance; another will ',2,vo been particulars " farmers organizations, or ever grew adversely. ' ,mpt'slnK They were all wrong be- ceipt of $1.00. Ono small bottlo is take a man's cap, or something from tory south of the fn "' the latot in tcrrl-o- f tobacco, can vote for this man and vv fore the war came to give the party two months' treatment, and seldom his pocket, and retrieve It to his Potomac and east tho Mlsslssi Trimmings. Hats ,il)car and go homo to look his wife and chilin power an excuse and n covering of falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes- master. where the rate per mile wP dren In the face. Is beyond our commined in order In the latest timonials from this and other states. The Belgian Club of Ambulance Greatly rc' ' 'Verago 1 t, ccnts prehension. It will be remembered their humiliations and retreats. illcs nt tho most reasonable "cwl rures "avo also been Even now we will not be able to Pr. E, W. Hall, 2920 OUvo Street, St. Dogs for some time past has been granted ' by many of our people that in a making special study of these various as on prices. Please Kle us a call '" v'8trn territory, as well take advantage of the speech made In the court houso yard Take - Notice. .o 'eastern trunk lines, so not door to Ohio County that Reward A liberal reward lsotfer-e- d methods of training, by holding com- a at Hartford in 1907. while a candi the war Imposes on us. Many of petitive contests. The trainers of . these goods wo cannot manufacture ' iDriiK Co. ..v.tutB uiiii Visitors will 1IJIU ft.l by an Invalid for the restoration date for Governor, Willson vehemVttl possiblo at an n.MH i... ...."..any, ently denied that he was attorney hero until we have the factories to of a policy which he lapsed whllo In these ambulnnce dogs aro given free I .uai. do it In, and men are not going to put good transportation to tho place who for the American Tobacco Co., altho health. Address "Shortsighted," 'On account of tho great theso contests nre held; and "f ' Improve nt that time he knew as it develops their money in such factories for the No. 13 Short Street. hient made within tho past few yea now, that he was the regular at- short period of the war after tb Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, laU are given thorn, but. only regts. torney for the Mengel Box Co., which war is over they want to know that State Mutual Life, of Worcester, crod dogs of pure hreedlne .. ..' " me puuilc highways south of tain this for their master." was part and parcel of this very to- the Tariff will be right to enable Mass. nrp Washington, considerable Interes 13tf ton, manifested in touring faclliti them to continue to make things tils who won the prize in the bacco company. 1911 ong tho .&ni- parties arramrlni? tn .... Illicit Upon Shipping. lied Cross Contest, was We expect to support the rest of with the higher priced American latho trip by automobile nre mr bor. If the flood of Imports starts ,nidke tho lied Cross Dog Soclty Eleven ships, eleven ships only, the Republican ticket, and at first of the of tho State up again, as It had started before floated the flag of the United Board of PnhHn fibers ,. made up our mind to remain silent States Netherlands for $250. Thi , of Rhode Island who eximr , Heads tho war, such men would be left on the cross ocean routes when less than would have been paid ns to Willson; but tho more recent the had tend the Congress In t tto at- stranded with their factories. European war began. ab wo uuB oeen or nuro txtrnHnn exposures, fixing absolutely his ally. 'Not The Tariff must be made to equal As demonstrated by tho macnlm.i Before tho declaration of tho recent least among the Importai etotus with tho Tobacco Trust and it factors whiskey Interests, make It lmpos-Blbl- e at least the difference in labor cost of our coastwise shipping, which Is war it was planned that such a con which havo made for hotto rnroad con- to do so and maintain an honest here and abroad, or we will not second only to that of Great Britain, test snouid soon be held in Holland. dltlons between Washing m and At- iunm i sine attitude toward our people. If there have the factories in America and wo wo are a great maritime nation. No These dogs today, hownvor e 'object les- will continue to have men out of other nation possesses such a of using their intelligence to gain son in maintenance in are those of our readers who may domes tho American Hlghwr ttttpll rated by fall out with us, wo cannot heln it. work and wages In all our manufac- tic coastline; no other nation has In honors for owner and trainer, are and now in nractica turing centers. the past demonstrated greater nni. busy putting Into actnni if association ...- We are actuated by an inbred love iHlEArl the U. S. Office of P Tho thing to do is to make the billties of sea power. Our people operation by for those who toll on the farms and have I valuable lessons they havo learned spite tho general I llllc Roads. De- . .., Jn the mines. Send this man Will-o- n Tariff wholly American and to do It tho ilnrlnc Hint n,no,. waier8 os - m neiuing to ouuviuie me u allnvlnt ,uDltio nuntan exists to a cnrtnli irtprnsslon which That Is what tho U. S. Agricultural ,.. to the United States Senate and as quickly as possible. In order that well as land, and uurlnc tho Vnnn. suffering now raKinir I sections of tho a i 'Oxtent in other Btatlons have dono with brau. Tim ........ ulo a u or Bix long years labor will have we may resume normal manufactur- 1inl nnM ui .. uuuiury ago Ameri- rope, south is hackwar ing and commercial conditions again. can clippers ,bountry that the results of the various practical demcontrolled a hostile vote on every measthere tho com t ern road bulldl We have never prospered i In ho use of mod- - onstrations have gone to prove the merce of tho seven seas. Take . Notice. under ure which muy come before that County, Georgl iree-Tradmethods, Fulton great value of bran, especially when Our pitiable position In the cross and until labor condi-tion- s body. We are not advising a choice of Wanted Dy a man in ill health is or 'Which Atlanta fed the county are equalized we never will. ocean carrying trade is duo to two "any A any other candidate. In a sense of old kind" of life Insurance that show the del IN CONNECTION WITH CORN See that tho Tariff is made right, causes, and two causes only; cat. Is nlnnninir In duty, and in sorrow, we are pointfirst, will offer protection fcga"fesuctual samples, barley or oats. If you are short on and that must be by electing to his family completed or ing out In a way which cannot be tho the fostering care given shipping by right kind of a Congress his year. In cdurso of construe- - feed you should try bran. Wo can foreign nations, coupled with m,r after his death, which will occur tlon of eve mlsundorstood why this man, who adapted to icnown type of road supply your wants and quote special own neglect, and second, the hlehr soon. Address "Procrastinator." whllo governor of Kentucky was a Ar. For Sale. modern 'traffic conditions. prices. An intr of American wages and IIt- - ound the Corner. stanuard friend of tho American Tobac..,. .... .. Ono small refrigerator, in " ,.,.,i " "" ,i,ii, '"anKa v'ual "Hnpeiltlon testing comparison of re-co Company, should not bo supportTalk with C. p. kkhwm - .,., comllHnn ,. , uuuicbo V .... ,. . iranossiiiip . ampllsheil by the various ", akciii. Dimes. 8 ed. At the head of the American 01utual L,fe- - ot Worcester, bo affor ?. E. M. WOODWARD. . Shinning i. .- i- VUK . ,ull (their (Subdivisions will ........ ,w blvul Ameri- - .Mass. Th Produce Merchant 13tf 'maps r yiled'by 't!he series of models, ioii materials which will com- - HARTFORD, - KENTUCKYT ty b . mlirrtl-i-iiK-nal anything lady does ciate it a nice assortment from which make a selection and store has the sortment provided and your attention to stock good things will be your benefit as well ours. Silks plaids, and Full Suits, Waists, Trimmings there 4 suitable and Vests. J Wool Piece Goods Serges, Santoys, Poplins, Gaberdines, Big Plaids and man Stripes, than merely We have a great deal more you er you the materials. We have competent salesladies who will planning yourself you becoming and tasty outfit. We are at your service now. E. P. BARNES A BRO, Beaver Dam, Kentucky. ( n, u .. .,. bi... , -- ,!, - --.- . 1 Y I fr lldll Mill I " 1 " f W'i f non-impor- ts i ,!6. I I n-- Tested Its Value hhf.i.j i..,' nr,i AW fc'' ihr,.i,... e, jt tf rri i,. ,v ... T .:' ,.; W. E.ELLIS; i p MEN'S FALL WEAR The Men, as well as the Ladies are careful about their new Fall wear. And why should they s. not be? It's their fliifv tn fix iin hnf Hon. W. S. Hall. Republican nom- for Congress, was hero Tuesday. IIo is filling Eovcral appointments in the county this week, and feels sail-- I guluo of success In November. Inco EUROPEIN WAR TO BENEFIT Surgeon's To MANKIND Must Go ffi WE CAN SUIT YOU WITH Dixie Horso Feed, $1.85 per hundred weight; Arab Horse Feed, $2.00 The per hundred weight. For sale by V. K. KI.MS, Feed and Produce Merchant, Hartford, Ky. Tlio Itockpor tand Fordsvlllc high Rehool baseball teams will meet at ICnst Hml Park Saturday. A good SHOES Knife Cancerous Root. kvV vYi, '(( "" AND HOSE p V i crowd In sure to see this ganio as much rivalry exists between the two schools. where will they get the "Bxens?" We want to solve that problem for you. Come direct to us. We can fix you from head to toes in the very latest, Our stock is brim ta full of late fall Hats, Caps, Shirts, Ties, Suits, Overcoats, Collars.Un derwear, Sox, Pants, and all other things that are essential to the men who desire style and comfort. When in need, think of us, and re- 'jM:y Cfyr Corp. Itlchard 1'. Mien, Ft. I,eav- onworth Kansas, who has been vis- 'King his mother, Mrs. Mary lilies, near Heda. left yesterday to resume I Mils duties as a military Prison Guard 'at the same station. 1 Haymor Tlnsley left last for Urbana, Illinois, where he has been elected to a Fellowship in the University of Illinois. He will pursue the study of the German language as nn Prof. .Monday under-grnduate. I Can furnish anything in high class monumental works, cemetery goods, etc., at low prices. II. W. JOHNSTON, (S Narrows, Ky. 8tf Mar- Representative Continental hie and Granite Co., Canton, Ga, i,.l8 been I'lWMnnt Irwin, thru Ul fcnWts of Conductor Montgom day ery, with a splendid coach. It is steam heated, has dust-les- s seats and an elegant wash room. It will add greatly to the comfort of passengers over this line. The M nrovldpd II bV fell. Ullro' te member THAT r TRADE WITH PAYS TO A HOUSE THAT IT SAVES YOU MONEY, I . i 5 PAUL. WOODWARD rA KTY. HARTFORD, gj 5 t Take - Notice. Uy a widow with five Wanted 11 ffl small children, food and raiment. Unr til recently was supported by husband, who has died without llfo Insurance. Address "A." caro "Neg lected." I 'iJ i'--'' Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, There Is many a man whoso voice State Mutual Life, of Worcester, 13tf Is for war, but when it comes time Mass. to fight his legs aro for peace. The Farmer and Tlio Horse. FUMDAV, OtTOIIKK 1. Wanted A Woman to keep houso The Breeders' Gazette, Chicago, for it family of three. Apply H. A. speaks from tho farmers' point of lt.pd. vlow. Many of Its correspondents are Custom-Tailori- ng 'fjiblc at ANDEIISON, Hartford. Ky. Time M. 11. M 12. H.li farmers. The following Monday for practical ll.utfoul, Ky. Mr. Shelby Stevens left Monday opinion of those who Louisville where he will study medi- seems to bo tho U & N. time card effective ought to know and who freely excity. Aug. 21st. cine at tho University of that m. press themselves In tho columns of No. 112 North Hound duo 7:10 a. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Hethel Duke, this excellent Journal: Sunday. dally except in olght-poun- d girl. m. Henderson, Ky., nn "Wo cannot predict tho future of No. 114 North Hound due 2:20 p. Duke formerly lived tho Mr. nand Mrs. draft horso without taking In- HARTFORD BOTTLING dally except Sunday. In Hartford. to consideration tho tractor. Our No. 11G South Bound duo 8:40 a. m. I WORKS FOR SALE .Inlltr nvrnnt KlllulllV. nM..,. will lw. ' v(Slll pill 111 (T ITOOU In hardest work on the farm consists Our rndviog picture line at Dean's In harvesting and Bound due ltlC p. No. 113 South the largo fields have been the ruination dally except Sunday. and onera Houso MISCHKE, Agt. The best opportunity of many of our best horses. Ono hot H. E. .MMt day with a pushing driver will do The Hart 'JmttVfceetl Havo a big stock of work. There is heed on every ever offered. 'liluegrass and Bermunda. Now Is tho tho for a power that will relieve ' Peters Shoes. farm ford Bottling Works offers find W. E. ELLIS, Hlmo to sow. HUfi CLOTHING CO. tho horse of the killing Btralhs and Produce Merchant. plant. entire! wob encourage the farmer 10 Use the me for sale Mr. Bean Kiryt Fordsvllle, 'lt' ovrhunue Hchool Itooks, treat chanical aids and thereby Save his Will sell fixtures and maweek here this fjou with politeness and give satis good mares for thte lighter work and Mrs. F. L. Felix Is vlsttlrtg relafor raleinir colts. Vo haVe a tractor, chinery and rent the House faction. tives In Louisville COUNTY DRUG CO. OHIO aud while wo bavb Yiot had tho best or sell House, machinery niley Is aUendlnlt the City, success with It I thluk It is Jiere to Mr. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Logan, of Oil -- tov nerfected. as has and fixtures. Good reasons aiiii will Yalr at Owensboro, nonii.. will arrive.. tomorrow to .. ... been tho auto'ihobile. The horse Is -- .... .. - ,r-U interested Big line, Men'B ,m&Vy WorK.be the guests oi nou. aim ..o. n.n,ib rtothtiifaWpfi 'nn the farm: he for selling If p. Taylor. HUM CX)THING CO. Shoes once as this advertian bo ass'ls'tell but never replaced Call Messrs. Bftsell, head brick layer by any other bower. The tractor will girl boardY WAHtoW-Fotitl.cho- ol and JohnwA, head carpenter, on the be tho Baivatlo'n of tho draft horse. tisement will not Mnfi. b. K. ANDERSON. ers. new chV."rch left for Owensboro to ,i ..f licltip' lin former's slave aftd ytfu may "be too quent lack of a quorum for the Dam, , 'B. Dockery, Beaver Dr. day to visit their families. wlir'b'e the farmer's pride, and he ho transaction of the country's business. was ttUon'g 'our callers Monday. Mrs. C.oTHunter"nnd Mrs. Dr. will 1iave finer horses and the qual- - late. Tho record shows that from Decem Creek B. F. Tlchenor will attend tho ses- it Aid tmtter until the corn- Hon Armlsted JoneB, Nelson toenfocruts ;Hard Hit. ber 1, 1913, to August zo iaoi, in-yester sions of the Grand Chapter Eastern Kjelt arm will be known as the home "dockingSvas here on "legal business have cluding the vote on the Congressmen Democratic Star at Owensboro next wek. of tlje draft horse." dy. , . there were ioa ru " resolution, saya: "The been hlt'hard by a resolution of their fcilltorlally Phil"" RosT"noblnson, of the The Democrats Ltrnkour big line Meni &uits Mr. Run neighborhood, happenedto field for tho the Gazette wishes to own making. After the primaries In the Hbuse. quorum of their failwho own farmer Pond a Overcoats. and held, Demo- ed to furnish accident while at a saw eVtgago In some special Hue fat horse in the South had been CLOTHING CO. The average HUB a serious put Ilicwucio mi times. Leader Underwood ' on mill, resulting In both legs bolng b'reedluR Is fairly large. It is now cratic Democrats, answering on Get PaiirWoodwar"d,,prlces through a resolution docking absent number of Evident that none of the latest In House was hoofing and all kinds o'f Building broken. purpose was to pre- the 139 roll calls in the m-- .. average or iim auo.... n m FercuBon. bf 'Ablon. dentions in the field of transporta members. Its 12tf an MaterlaL vent Republican Cdngressmen from 187, or InJim Tenn., and Mrs. P. Jones, of Ctfriilvo, tion will decrease the Importance of looking after their campaigns. Democrats on each roll call. Mrs. Foster Bennett anu Mrs. committee of the guests pf their bfOtn-e- r, the horso or the number of horess In the been The official record of attendance cluding calls were 197 all told, on Bennett visited relatives in Dundee who have C. Her. left "Mob'day for usetr&but rather Hie shdency Is for Mr. J. week. of the House of Representatives re whole, there lln,I in fur- Mils the -uemocrmo tu.. I homes. Mr. R. 1 'Ilerraccom-Danle- d eachpew Invention to Increase way yea!, the fact that Democratic mem-oth- which tuo ShermaiTBaTinJaB been making their - number' of perioMfttT-eUtfrlquorum 161 times. The av Mrs. Ferguson for'an'uX' '1 speeches In Ohio 1 aro responsible for the very fre- - nlsh a than on 'foofrf fBomp captivating tended visit. county this week. )ou money on Dealer In Light Building Material. Can anil In fact, eer)thliiK "l.lcli goes Plastering. KooflnK !,,," modern building. Concrete Silos. KKK HIM IIKFOBK .MXKINCi YOl'K IMiAXR. General Contractor and Builder Among those who attended the Klk's Fair at Owensboro yesterday were: Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Collins and daughter, Miss Mary Warren; Mr, and Mrs. E. K. Dlrkhead; Mrs. Ham Uarnes, Misses Ilculali Ilhoads .ntiil Rtta Holder: Mr. and Mrs. Will iGlUeaDle; Messrs. Herb King, J. C. Her and E. G. Barrass. The social given by section one Of tle Ladles Sewing Circle at the residence of Mr. C. M. Harnett last Saturday evening was a y'eclded Success. The receipts which amounted $37.00 go to the benefit of the new Methodist church, The musical pro gram 'furnished by Hon. H. P. Taylor was eh6ycd by all. Fiscal Court Tho Ohio County convened Tuesday with all magls- iratcs. County Juago nnu Attorney present. Mr. C. O. Hun ef was elected county Treasurer Vice John T. Moore, resigned. There aro a number of Candidates tor the po sition of County Ito&u Engineer. There Is considerable sentiment In favor of abolishing the position provided it can be done legally. As a patriotic citizen and devoted churchman I have responded to the President's call to prayer for the peace of the war of Nations, but with much the same faith us the old woman who prayed for tho removal of tho mountain. In this as In many another word tragedy, Idealism, beautiful In contemplation, dlssohcs Into airy nothingness beforo the cold operation of law of necessity. tho ngo-ol- d If at the sunset this nation's day of prayer tho soldiers of every battle lino In Europo should spike their guns and fold their tents for a return to the pursuits of peace who could believe the wound was healed? If these warring nations were moved by some sudden healing of the blood to temoorarv madness then time to cool tnight cure the sore. But tho cause is cancerous. The roots run deen. Tho siirgRon, faithful at the operation may be, must cut to the P. core. To do less woum oniy irritate the wound. Tho murder of an AVibtrian prince waa the pretext not tho cause of the war. It was really a conflict to decide whether ballots or bullets shall shape the destinies of Europe. In tho last century the spirit of democracy has made tremenduous progress. Its force has been strongly felt even in autocratic Russia and in mouldy China. Germany alone has clung steadily to the barbarian rule of arms. It 13 the Germans' boast that for forty years the Empire has been nreoarlng for tho struggle that now engages the horror of the world. The AHlfea are not wholly unselfish, c WE CAN SUIT YOU WITH SHOES BE- CAUSE WE CARRY THE RIGHT STYLES. OUR SHOES FEEL GOOD. TOO. WHY? BE- -' CAUSE WE BUY SLIM LASTS FOR SLIM FEET AND BROAD. COMFORTABLE LASTS FOR BROAD FEET. OUR SHOES WEAR. SO DO OUR HOSE WEAR. BUY THEM. TRY THEM. AND YOU'LL COME AGAIN FOR THEM. but tholr's is a battle for world- - peace, and the sympathy of the world follows their armies upon every line of battle. It Is a paradox, the Canon unllmbcred and the BWord Unsheath ed to crush the lafit militarism that menaces the ptatfa Of the nations. ' the old militarism, In this war It once dominated the earth, makthat ing Its last stand agalnBt the march of democracy, and it Would be a waste of the lives and WeaUn already sacrlced to stop it le CARSON & CO INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. so Hartford Republican. '! wrested from the hand that would, If unhindered, use It to push Its do- minion oi military force to the con fines of the earth. As an American whose only trace able foreign ancestry Is to the north of Franco and the south of Ireland I believe that taken all In all the Germans are tho greatest people In the world. Iron chancellors and war lords Is the curse of the Fatherland, and that freed from the burden of industry German German thrift and German Intelligence will prove a mightier force than shells and maxims to raise the German Empire to tho front rank of nations. Prayer Inevitably refines tho soul that utters It, and no earnest plea to tho Master was very wholly wasted, but the Infinite rarely suspends tho operation of these unerring if little understood laws that adjust tho balance of nations. J. H. THOMAS. Narrows, Ky. mill-tralsm inn T M nfy for department 'fi ni ' Distinctive and Original Styles Autumn & Winter Our enables you to positively secure the newest ideas Overcoat fashions, made to individual measure by g. ht Ed. V. Price & Co. their You will the cost is really reasonable for garments of such high character. ir to-do- .' at HUB CLOTHING CO KENTUCKY, HARTFORD, erage number of Democrats answer ing on roll call was 181, or an average of 109 absent Democrats on. each roll call. occasions dur On oaly thlrty-sl- x ing tho session have the Democrats furnished a quorum of their own members. ' appear t...., again k. Taxes Doe For 1914. We have received" tha tax booka an are now roaldy. to give you a receipt. Please call at this pttlce at your earliest convenience and settle. SO. KEOWNr Sheriff .Ohio. Co.. , 52tX. er ... I .- Piinmt - jt Speller. that have been Issued from the The OM llhic-llnc- k two rii x newspaper n presses of the nation. These When I read In a with the probooks are Bliort time ago that by an act ot the United legislature of Georgia that the old gress of education in the speller had been re- States sine;, or even before the Blue- - back was Declaration, of Independence stored to the public schools of that am,1 41n nf ( signed In 177G. ttita. nA linnl.' . .. ... h4i oiiu binii; Three fourths of the presidents of blessed memory was again coming equal number Its own, I felt a thrill of Joy as the Inked States, an into of our United States Scnntnrn, perI have seldom felt during my whole of our present conhaps one-haexistence. gressmen, of the mllroad This Item of news caused me In my a gre.it big to go back to my childhood magnates of tho nation, mind majority of the men who hr.vj ninde days and then to days later In life three-fifth- s that their names in financiers, when there were moments of those who aro known to caused me to be glad that I was livthose ing. I well remember with what the world as men of letters who nre known in th2 arts nun p boots, pride I wore my first red-toIn Three Volumes prln d from any ot ill" then my school days when after I been and the million upon milhad been under the Instruction of This man caused the Inst my teacher a short time that I went lions of the bone and slnov. of this general European war. country learned their A B O'a from home at eventide and reported that His personal memoirs, written spelling book w.ille the old blue-bac- k my letters." I "knew all by his secretary, 13aron I)e sitting on rude benches ih.it had been And still later I had progressed Meneval, are full cf the most by willing hands. until I could spell all the words up bowed out absorbitiK incidents especially in spelling If all the old blun-buc- c to "bark" and In time had gotten to view of the present ureat Kuro-pea- n "Incomprehensibility," and finally books that J.r.v been printed and struggle. used by the ooys and girls of tins to the word "whortleberry," which Just a hundred cars ago, his ambicountry could bo nrought together was the last word In the book. And tions bathed the Continent in a jca of one gv .it Inip n.pj blood. France alone, under Im leaderhow my heart swelled with pride and piled In n pyramid tint woulrt ship, fought Germany, Russia, Austria, when I had been able to spell down would form Italy, and Great Britain aiui iim, boys and girls In my class reach far .ip i ito the heavens abc e all the and If that lot of books were r,et on and was declared the champion fire the blaze therefrom would light speller of the school. the whole r.lh?.ed world. When I arrived at young manhood Of course ' lovj that o'd spelling By special arrangement w ith the puband school days were over I sought lishers of COLLIER'S, The National book. Next to the Bible It Is to me the girl of my choice, to me the Weekly, we arc enabled to offer a limever brightest and prettiest and sweetest the most precious book that has thou-snnited number of these sets d been printed from any of tho -of the Memoirs of Napoleon free with of the whole country and made court presses of the nation. From a car's subscription to Collier's and to her. Then when she was asked this paper. The otfer is strictly limned to go through life with me she con- Genesis to Revelations I read and to get advantage of it you must act ponder tho words recorded in that promptly. sented and our troth was plighted, In n manner try there was happiness that was beyond book of books and Sherlock Holmes Stories' to make my life conform to the that of mortal lips to express. Exclusively in Collier's volume. born came to teachings of that blessed And when the first All the Sherlock itulmct ttotif tmblUhed In From tho A B C's on page 15 to tho bless the humble home there vraa 1913 ill be printed ttclutUcty in Collier'. at the bottom Joy as word "wortlebcrry" joy in the household, such The "LttMnlhute'' picture tl the reread War will appear everr tek !n the fbttc fit hie on the last page of the old spelling comes to thousands of others who section cf Collier's. The fine it fiction written w ill arreir each eek re similarly situated. And then hook. I find words, sentences and in shMi story and serial ft rm. my again a little Over two years ago pictures that take me back to timely Editorials and Uej Mark Sullivan younger days when as a barefooted quoted Comments on Cunt ten will continue to Lc when the news came from Baltimore an exclciv? feature jl r.. country schoolhouse I where the democrats were holding a boy in the to obtain an education Special Offer to ourReaders convention to nominate a candidate started out Your own heme piper ai.d COLLIER'S. The for the presidency of the United that would fit and qualify me for the National Weekly, together with the three volumes of Nipoleons Memoirs all if thee you set fcr the Woodrow Wilson, the duties and responsibilities ot citizenStates, that price of Collier's alone, plus 50c to cover the cost of packing and shipping the Memoirs. Princeton school master had been ship. But now I must stop. I find my i Send your order to this office now. If )ou are by the party to become the chosen already a subcriber, your will be ex head of the greatest country upon mind wandering back to the days tended for one) ear from its present dateofeipiration. ever shown, I ftlt that of the long ago. In a manner I am which th sun COLLIER'S $2.50 fSpecIal combiner n J price, including tre unMAMl i which the sun ever shown, I felt that thus living In the past. I, however, ik... volume $?00 want to live in the present and for iMe mclri.pvttpa'd Republican . ever. And now In my older days I am the future, yet sometimes 'as in this again mad supremely happy in the instance I find myself thinking and writing of things of which the presthought that my old friend, the my youth, the old blue ent generation know nothing exspeller that for nearly a cept what they hear from the lips back half century had been cast aside, of those who are older than themcromrtiy obulBtd In land relegated to the shades of obscurity, selves. But I do love, honor and I all countries, or do fee, H obtain ATC NTS reverence the memory of the old I THAT PV """"to uni morougmT, ,t oar .xpenae, andlelp jou aureus. thrown into the scrap pile of litsend modal, pboto or ekttch for mrr nnrt erature, dust covered and moldering blue-- back speller. J. J. Glenn in oa patentability. M years' praetlee. SURrorfTMOuld, PASSING REFERENCES. in the attic had been resurrected Madlsonville Hustler. Book on Frofltablo ratenta writ to spot of earth was os-BO- B Toned Up Whole S.viteiu. end in at least one Bavanth 8traat, WASHINGTON, D. C. to be restored to the plac of honor "Chamberlain's Tablets have done from which it had been hurled by the more for me than I ever dared hope unholy hands. for," writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, The old speller that Is to be used Spencerport, N. V. "I used several In Georgia is not to be revised, It bottles of theso tablets p. few months never has needed, nor will It ever ago. They not only cured me of bilifrom the very first it ous attacks, sick headachrs and that need rvision has been perfect and with the hun- tired out feeling, but loued up my dreds of other spellers that have whole system." Fov sale by all been printed and forced on the dealers. ecbools there is not one that is in Courier-Journ- al Xotlce. any way the equal of the old blue-bac- k Notice is hereby given that we of years ago. There is one citizens of Ohio Bible, only one, one is all we need the undersigned County, Kentucky, and residents of there has never been In the United States but one speller that was the said county and State, will on the worthy the name that- - is Web 5th day of October, at the courthouse in Hartford, Ky., it being the first Eter's old blue back. The Georgia speller Is to have the day of the regular October term of same old but ever new pictures of the the Ohio County Court, file a peti- Courier-Journal long ago. How the boys and girls ot tion in said Court and move the Farm- Judge thereof to establish a public the then loved to read of the er who found the boy In his applo road as follows: Beginning at tho Hartford and tree and how he brought the young thief to terms by throwing stones at Hiiwesvillo ltond at church lot about the young rascal who was perched on 0 yards from Joe L. Miller and the limbs of the tree. Then there Hoop's line; thence on the lino be- REAL was "The Country Maid and Her tween Joe L. Miller and Hoops a disMilk Pall," and "The Two Dogs," tance of 400 yards to James T. Dawhere Tray got a beating for being vis; thence across the same 350 News caught In bad company. There was yards to Evelyn Davis; thence across also the "Partial Judge," whoso bull Evelyn Davis about 70 yards to AmNews gored his neighbor's ox, and others anda Davis' line; thence across Am70 yards to FanLocal News that were almost as interesting, real- anda Davis about ly more so than the tales of the nie Daffron's line; thence across same about 70 yards to D. E. May's line; "Arabian Nights." The Constitution of thence across D. E. May's land 75 News Atlanta, easily the leading paper of yards to Mollie Baizes' line; thence News the South, holds this book in such across Mollie Baize 75 yards to Pal high esteem that it offers a copy of Coots' line; thence across same about of that speller as a premium with each 240 yards to Tlce Baker's line; yearly subscriber to that journal. If thence across same about 5 yards to I did not already have a copy of the Joe L. Miller and Shelby Lee's line; speller and could not thence on line about 90 yards to old blue-bac- k Are you Interested In what Is takget one otherwise, I would at once Daisy Baize line; thence across same ing place (day by day all over the forward my subscription to the Con- about 100 yards to W. H. Davis world? If you arp you NEED THE stitution In order to secure that val- heirs; thence across same to Hart- COURIER-JOUNRAuable premium. Other papers might ford and Hines Mill Road a distance If there is an a&ent In your town of about 250 yards. do well to go and do likewise. give him a trial order one month-Da- lly DO cents, with Sunday 75 cents. In testimony whereof, witness our There are two books and perhaps only two, Mother's old family Bible signature this the 24th day of Sept. If there Is no agent in your town' 1914. glvo your order to the paper in and Grandfather's Old Blue-Bac- k ELIZA MURPHY, Speller that have never as yet been which this allvortlsement appear! (you may Bet a special clubbing Improved by either revision of subJ. O. BALLARD, JAMES J. BALLARD, rate), or Bend the order direct to stitution. It was the sacred pages of ALBERT COX, the Courier-Journa- l. the one that was the solace and comhafl WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L CHESTER ROACH, of that mother in her declining fort been discontinued, but FARM AND days; It is from the pages ot the PAL COOTS, FAMILY, a most excellent illustratJ. E. HENDRIX, other that the millions of boys and ed monthly magazine, is a worthy W. M. MURPHY, (Iris of this nation learnd to read successor. The price Is only 25 cent W. A. CLARK, the promises contained In Holy writ. a year. Ask for a Baraple copy. spelling book 1213 The old blue-bac- k J. L. MILLER. ud the old family Bible have been CoUrier-Joilro- al Gompang worth more to the people of the Incorporated FOR FLETCHER'S United States than all the other boots, pamphlets and newspapers LOUISVIXLK, Hr. r. FREE ni FREE Directory Frofessioal 0xlo County HOTEL PQWMTAN i,i. mmsm D.C. 1L OfAMERICAN IDEAL! In a city where eood riotcts abound, the Powhatan heads the Int. firat In the countrymen. lf two-thir- Memoirs of Napoleon It It htarti ot 111 tlioa-science- &&&K ::::rs"?ivi SU.HSSB r mm Get these Memoirs Free three-volu- The Touhatan is refined, exclusive, ar.d restful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, ISth and II Streets, makes it a desirable headquarters for Lriiltl couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and tolIcEcs. , The Powhatan attracts the people ot culture and education. Its proximity to State, War ami Naw Departments, also to man? points of hirtoricat interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan offers room, with detached bath at $1.50. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50. $3.00 and up. Write for booklet with map CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager. Circuit Court T. F. Blrkheaul, Judge, Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. U. Bnrrass, Clerk; E. E. BirUhcatl, Master Com missioner; II. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; S. O. Kcown, Sheriff, Deputies S. A. Hrutclicr; Hartford. office deputies Mrs. S. O. Kcown nUd lUlitnoro Kcown. Court convenes first 'Monday in February and continues weeks; third Monday In April, , three two weeks; third Monday in October, two weeks. County Court John, 11. Wilson, Judge: V. V. DlnnkoiiBlilp, Clerk; ,C 13. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convcncs first Monday In each month, tluartcrly Court Urwlns on the .first .Mommy In every month. Court of Calms Convenes first Tuesday in January and first Tues- 'day lit October. Other County Officers C. S. Mo-U, Survejor, ForUsvlllc, Ky., K. F. D. No. !; Tom Hines, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Supcrln- iteniletit, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Riley, ; coroner, iinrttoui; T. H. Benton, I I y, Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice h!u proftvMtlou in U and atlJoliUni: couutlutt. CouuuoreJtU Specialty, and Criminal I'racdco y 4 Barnes Mtrs. S111IU1 & Attorneys at HARTFORD, Smith Lciw KY. W. II. BariMt; and O. H. announce that Uwy have form-- a iiii?rul ir.io-tfe-e lKirUuTrthlji for fclio ot law, excupt cnbiiliial nml dlvor casus, Mr. Smith bulng County Attorney la provwiitod frum pr.ic'alclns sueii ccasos. Mr. Barm; w,lll lndividualrj Offlr.t) accupt Bikch practice In Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K" dr tiiPlliifljiiil'Ti i'.'wiin. HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. com-panion- of l5All3Ki TRADE-MARK special attention. . Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Club, GUNTHER BLDG.,CENTKR ST. Ladies work given HARTFORD, KY. WILL YOU TAKE OUR FREE Treatfnent LLUK.mX' syi 1 run-dow- n Daily for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION If you mention this paper we will send you a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for feeling, coughs, pains that tired, in cnest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weaK lungs or consumption. 10CK BOX 616 OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBUS, 0. $6 a Year Sunday $2 a Year Electric Succeed when everything else fails. Irl nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. iniwiinrianwira itters NEWSPAPERS ly Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best National it is the FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. State Market Reports Foreign Political Everything for Everybody ?n"",! I PROCURED AND DEFENDED. dnwjntfor4ioto.luriJrtftearcfiuarrr.port I eonviiffhu. e ,M Ail MllNTIirl. Biulnta dirtttvltk WaiUnglom taut W.I monry ana ojitm mt faint. PjUM ind Infrlnpmint Prattle Exdvtlvily. Writ or eom to ua at 0M, I TM Zfefcth ttrwt, Mr Vtiitl IUtM WHINOTON. D.C. ntt L. SEEDS MOMrSHHtSUCCHil U to MM Vaw.Mmttmtm mtka m oar SPECIAL OFFER: UH Atrial Nmtut c sff&Haffli tUt-1 wtMNrfH Writ ita u frmctiiictiH tintf aClKAMTkE MMWWWwWrW KltU'lU UKHI mtf i t4ayt Mtrthm (Ms Amw. r nam boob ruau, T riSCAUL Children Cry itn,hMm,iaKW9iaxm. aaaaura ,1 ( a mm 4 aM'M Ml" MMatia. MrMBMwna )mW j u & CASTORI A JUSTICES' COURTS. D. Ed. Shown. Hartford. Tuesday aft. Law er ad Monday in March, Tuesday alter ud Monday In June, Tuesday aftKY. HARTFORD, er Dd Monday In September, Tuesday after 'M Monday in December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIN L. A. McDanlel, Rockport, Friday This office Is equipped for handafter 3d Monday In .March, Friday after 3d MonMay in June, Friday ling Commercial Iaw and Collecting after 3d Monday in September, Items as well as other legal and litiFriday after 3d .Monday In De- - gated matters. 1'ractlcc In all thu cemoer. ! S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. Prompt ntid vigorous service. aner ju .Monuay in March,, Wed- M. L. Hcinrin's Office. nesday after 3d .Monday In June, winncsciay arter 3d Moifdny in Sep(it toe ma an tember, Wednesday after 3d .Mon- IT, WADCSTIlATrtlX Croiunrll, K.V Hnrttonl, Ky. day in December. Cniitprtmi-R. C. Tlclllnor. Snf. STRATT0N & MARTIN urday after 3rd Monday in cueh Attorneys at Law month. Wlnson Smith. SoWf. Tnnmlnv CROMWELL, - KY. after -- d Monday in .March, Tuesday after I'd Monday In May, Tuesday Will practice their profession In lhl after 3d Mondav In August. Tiiph and djolnlng counties. Collections,. day after 2d Monday In November. Commercial and Criminal Practico a w. a. Dean, WedDundee. Prompt and vigorous-servicenesday after the second Monday In Specialty. Notary in office. .March. Wednesday after ail Mnnitai f In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday in August, Wednesday after 2d .Monday In Novombor. Ben P. Rice. FortdsvlUiv Tumulnv after 2d Mondav in March. Thurs I AM day after 2d Monday in May, Thurs- uay alter 2d .Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday In No- To do any kind of Veterinaem oer. ry work. Horses, mules and Ben W. Tavlor. Ralnh. Prlrlav nfr. cows need not die for want of er 2d Monday In .March, Friday after -- a .Monday Calls answered In May, Friday after 3d attention. Monday in August, Friday after 2d day or night. Monday In November. t IJAKTFUKD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin. Juden: Monnwntl A Veterinary Surgeon Fogle, City Attorney; J. l Stevens, Marshal; Court convenes secorfl Mon- Ky. day in each month. City Council J. C. Her. Major; R. T. Collins, Clork; J. E. Bean, Treas urer. .McniDers or Council .1. rv v. ini nett. Cant. A. D. Whit J. D. Ralph, A. C. Velser, W. H. uiiieepie. School Trustees J. D. Dultc, ChairWeekly The National man: R. T. Collins Swmlnrv Ilr W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. J. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services Until this year morning and evening eveny first and Cellitr't hai bcti third Sunday in each month. Suntold at $5.50. Now day school 9:4D a. m. Prayer meetthe price is $2.50 ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. and nehaxc secured B. W. Napier, pastor. BsHsHrvQNw aconccssion whereJ Baptist Church Services morning by we can otfer it and evening every second and fourth at a still further Sunday in each month. Sunday school reduction in con9:43 a. m. Prayer nicotine every Wed nection with nesday evening. Rev. A. S. I'cttie, pastor. Christian Special Offer to Our Readers Church Services every third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. KecoKnmnc llie crcai demand (or Miir'i at auJ 7 p. m. Sunday school 'j;M a. in. the new price, nc have made arraiiEcmrnti to fc.ldei Uwlnn, pastor. rllcr it ami our own publiotion each one J far for the price ot CVnr' alone. Thu i alimitrif SECRET SOCIETIES. udrr and muitte taken ad vantaccotprompily. Hartford Lodgo No. 673. F. and A. M. meets every first Monday night What You Get m Collier's In each month. W. S. Stevens, W. Collin' i i the neie Imc, independent, (catlcnj M.; Owua Hunter, Secretary. wick I) n( the wbole country. .Not unly i it the tood citiirn'a liandtiook kmt it i alto a Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. tnncaiine lor the whole famrlr. Amonc the. meets every second and fourth .Montliinea that a yxar's aubscription uttca aret day evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, 1000 Editorial W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. SOO New, Pbotoa Miss Ellzaboth Mlllor, Secretary. 250 Short Artlclra Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knight ISO Short S tor in 100 llluitralrd Featurra of I'ythlas meets every Tuesday even2 Complete Nortbr ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. It. Hedrlck, K. of R. & S. Collier's $2.50 Both (or eJ; Hartford Tent No. 09, K. O. T. M. Hartford Republican moots every first and tnlrd Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; ! E. I'. .Moore, Rccorkl Kcoper. Acme Lodgo No. 339 1. O. O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. Harnett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck. Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. moots every second and fourth Sat- uifday nights in each month. Tom A Williams, Council Commander: W. C. Wallace, Clerk. UtCAlt. PATTEaTNS . a ., k r?ihr.t ttw i.i. Sunshlno Hlvo No. 42. L. O. T. M Sold 'in ncatlr fthabilitr nearly 40 meots every first and third Friday k ererjr city and town Inyears. United States and the nights in each month. Mrs. Attya p Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than nj uuicr naic acna tor iree cataloeucv Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. H. McCALfS MAGAZINE E. Mlschke, Lady Record Keeper. Mn,. .iiticrrihr. ,Iim" m.!... ...... r"J "ws' iamoai Koystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. a, nagasina million a month. Invaluable. Lau M meets every thlrU Saturday night 'y'e, patterns, dressmaking, milllnerr, plain sewing, fancy needlework, luirdreninr. in each month. John T. Moore High anquette, good, stories, etc. Only BO cents Priest; W. S. Tinsley, Secretary. V ye" (wortS double), including a free pattern. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. State Officers President. J. H. Mc- - VreNBEBFUI, INBUCEMENTS brings Conncll, Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presi- I to Agents. Postal eflcra. premium catalogue and new cash prise Address dent, J. II. Burnoy, Muhlenberg Co.; BcCUCO,tlW.J7$t, HIW XOM Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Hartford, Ky. Members State Executive Boar- dBen Watson, Webster county; J. W. ami CURE Dunn, Daviess county; HUnry Plrtle, LUNGS Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun ty; C. Q. DavenporU, Warren county. WITH Ohio County Officers S. L. Stev Henry Plrtle, Secens, President; retary; S. E. Bennett. Treasurer. COUNTY' BOARD OF TSDUCATION. Osn Shults, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsville, Ky. AM ML THB9AT AMD LlW TMUMJt. 3. Ira'Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. 4. H. O. Autry, Baizetown, Ky. OK XOWBT XUC7TTKSZO. 6. E. O. Austin, Prentiss. 6.. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. ARTHUR Attorney at KIRK V ) - PREPARED W. H. RILEY Hartford, A n. Collier's Collars in Clubs First Time !; .... $2.50 4 mm ?' .,-- ,. m Bal-mai- n, KILLthc thi cough II Dr. Hint's Hiw Discovtry FBHC8Sr?f ,jffi?a X U1XwVVNm1VVml Children Cry for Fletcher's 0 yenrs, 1ms bortio tho siKnntiiro o " antl !l,ls bccn Mml under hit per- Blnco a.V ul C&Arffl&Zfes A,,,ow 8"Icrvlslo deceive its Infancy. no ono lo you lu this. iSTfZZSjrfrW1 iiiiHntionsniid nro but iu iiso lor over ST Just-ns-froot- l" Paro-gorl- e, for ,IniiH nml Simtliliifr Syrup. Cnstor OH, It I i.leiwant. 16 !onr.liis iiulthcr Opium, Mor.lilno uor other Xtirrotia Hiibstance. Us npo l.s Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms juiU allays IcverLsliness. Tor more tliau thirty years It lias been In constant use for tho relief of Constipation., JlHtu ency, Wind Colle, all Tecthl- nJilarrliiva. It regulates tho Stomaeh Troubles ami and Bowete. !.. "li !". Is th. 1 mnl KMK healthy and natural sleep! U.I10 Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A Cnntnrla a Inirniloss snlistltuto Is GENUINE CASTORIA fBears the Signatur AS.WAY5 CzL&ffMfci The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THt CCWTaua COMPAMT. TT MU'asr STMCT. HW YOKK CITY. Starck Pianos inAdvaaee Satiafao tioa Gnar No Mosey intend LotreatNet Tonna P A. STAXCK KCDINT Pa ot ory iiHKSsSBSBaaV Pricoa Risieal aStaaSSEMHaKalSiaH Saving ot III SUSaal9A9PC3ffal,' S1O0 to S2 0 0 From Fac lory Direct A 3 Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days" freo trial. In your home. No cash payment resulted. All we nsk1 Is that jou will play upon, use nml tent this plnno for 30 il.iyn. If, at the end cf that time, you do not find It the highest grade, sweetest toned anil Mne.nl nlnno in uverv way. that ou have ever seen for the money, you nre nt perfect liberty to send It buck, and we will, in that eent, pay the frWght both ways. Tills Starcl: I'lano must make booJ with you, or there Is no sale, 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL &'&" Save $150.00 or Mors We ship direct to you from our fjctory, at ttnvtf.r.l. nf atr.ft ftfl In tSn trlr lh., coit o( your plana. We guarantee to furnish you a r plana for the money than you ran Von are assured of reciting secure elsewhere. a njtlifictor iwect toned durable high grid: Easy Payments Toil pay no rash down, but after 30 days of trial, you can bt'gin payment on the lowest, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to auit jour convenience, and it Is possible for you to buy a pVino far your home, without Iarso Yield on Few Acres. The opportunity offered for diversified planting and Intensified tillage Is forcefully shown by a letter written by J, M. Sims, a farmer of Bee county, to J, C. Crisp, chairman of tho agricultural commltte Deevllle Texas, Progressive League. Mr. Sims says of his farming operations this year: "First I break my land nine to 12 Inches deep early In the fall. Then harrow to a mulch. I am against the man on a small farm planting cotton Last year I planted 20 acres In cotton mado four bales brought me $200. Got the same land In corn In 1914. It will make CO bushels of corn at 75 cents per 'bushel, which I win give me $uuu. 1 cleared $48 on beets off of 12 rows 103 yards long. Sold $10 worth of lettlce, made 2000 pounds of onions off of a lot 20x30 yards, at two cents per pound, amounting to $40. I made plenty of Irish potatoes to do my family. Have oue and a half acres in sweet potatoes, Will plant this fall Irish potatoes, sorghum and Kafir corn. I raised two wagon loads of heads off one acre, seven bushels of peaches oft of three trees, so you see IJee county Is a fruit country. My apiary yielded 100 pounds of honey. I raised four wagon loads of pumpkins in my corn field. Also shipped beans and cucumbers, I believe in diversifying my crops. I have lots of Rhode Island Red chickens. I think that we have one of the best counties In the state, If the farmers will farm scientifically and quit annoying the other fellow. We canned fruit tomatoes, grapes, Mexican currants enough to supply my family and a quantity to sell. If the farmers will break their land deep and early and harrow it to a mulch and cultivate often, they will not make any failures I would like to have a silo, but am not able yet, but it is the thing. I believe In the best stock. It is just as easy to raise good stock as it is sorry ones. I will keep account next year on all I raise, so as to give you a better write-u- p. My farm contains 30 acres." Anyone would have a hard time trying to predict hard tlmesor gloomy prospects In South Texas. The fact Is that Texas and the Southwest have produced large crops of the salable kind. Diversified farming has been the practice this year and while we have an abundance of cotton, this is because of a heavy yield. Larger acreage of other crops was planted than usual. We can hold our cotton because we have an abun-danc- o of other crops to finance our operations. Did As He Was Told. Willie was struggling through the story in his reading lesson. "No, said the captain," he read, "It was not a sloop. It was a larger vessel. I judged her to By the rig be 1 fet-erl- ta ed may be eaten even In largo amounts without the slightest Farm and Ranch. y. There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together, nnd until the last few years was supposed to bo Incurable. For a Rrcat many years doctors pronounced It a local disease nnd prescribed local remedies, and by constantly railing to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Science tins proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only Constitutional cure on the market. It Is taken Internally, It nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: V. J. CHENET A CO., Toleao, O. Fold by Druiraiets, T(c. Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Hud Year For Honey. Reports from various sections of Kentucky indicate that this has been a bad year for honcy-mnkinand that the crop will be almost a total failure. W. H. Heed, of who has in the past made a 'great success with bees, says that he took no honey at all this year. He has about fifty hives and hore heretofore sold from 3,500 to 5,000 pounds annually. The failure is attributed to the drouth last fall and this summer, which killed out the white clover. The fall drouth also caused a shortage In the aster and buckwheat crops, which furnished the bees with winter food. The lateness of these crops this fall, as well as the shortage, will make the supply of winter food Inadequate this year, It Is feared. g, g, CARDUI a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. . You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ut The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! K)(l)g)g).P(Bg)g)(B gpy When you want a fact to become generally known, the right way Is to publish It. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru, Ind., was troubled with belch-lusour stomach and frequent headaches. She writes, "I feel It my duty to tell others what Chamberlain's Tablets have done for me. They have helped my digestion and regulated my bowels. Since using them I have been entirely well." For sale by all dealers. g, Whyltrublish It. JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, He Knew The Answer. His name was Tommy and he came home from school looking so down in the mouth that Mother asked him severely what was the matter? Out of his little trousers pocket he fished a note from the teacher, which said, "Tommy has been a naughty boy. Please have a serious talk with him." "What did you do?" asked Mother. "Nothing," sobbed Tommy. "She ask a question, and I was' the only s one who could answer It." "H'm," murmured Mother. "What was the question?" "Who put the dead mouse In her answered Tommy, Lipplncott's. desk-drawer- OUR CLUBBING RATE& The The The The The The The The The The The Republican Reptblican Republican Republican Republican and Louisville Herald Globe-Democrat $1.35 1.7o 1.50 1.75 3.50 3.50 1.76 and St. Louis and Home and Farm and Inquirer and Louisville Daily Herald republican ana JLaiiy uwensooro inquirer Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger Twice-a-WeekOwensb- .... piano. mlnhc lb-- niMiey. Krrrr Starck Plan U guaranteed Mr Si yrsra. Ibl. guarantee bat Ssdc ol it our 35 years ot p'.to esperlence, ami the reputation nf an responsible plana house. Zni-Nan.larc- aln 60 Fret Musi LtlSMS To rvery purchaser of Btarck rianot, we give free music lessons, in one ot the belt known schools in Chicago. These leswns you ran take In your own home, by mail. This represents one ycar'a free instruction. We linvi- - constantly on hand Urgs numN-- r ot slightly used and seconJ hand plaaoa of aU standard makes taken In for new SUrck Piinoa The follow. and Player-Pianolag are a few sample bargains t Weber Steinway Chlckering KImbaU $110.00 92.00 Starck art the best and tnnut ltautl Jul Player tManoa on tna tasrket. You will be with the many exclusive features of these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with tha very low prices at which they can be secured. ,. MaywMaMt OT1TCK Hopeless Lung Trouble Cured. Many recoveries from Lung Troubles are due to Dr. Bell's " It strengthens the Lungs, checks the Cough and gives relief The word was new to him. "Barque," supplied the teacher. at once. Mr. W. S. Wilkins, Gates, N. C. writes: "I used Dr. Bell's Still Willie hesitated. In a case given up as "Barque!" repeated the teacher, hopeless and it effected a complete this time sharply: Willie looked as though he had cure." Get a bottlrf of Dr. Bell's If your cough Is dry and not heard aright. Then, with an aplet it trickle down the prehensive glance around the class, hacking throat, you will surely get relief. Onhe shouted: "Bow-wowDetroit Free Press. ly 25c. at your Druggist. Plne-Tar-HonPine-Tar-Hon-ey !" Republican Republican Republican Republican 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea "Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.60 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. WHY NOT MAKE Starck second-han- 90.03 93.00 195.00 bargain list. Plana Send tor our latest complete beautifully illustrated plana liook which (rives you a large amount ot Informs-- t Ion regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. Send today for our aew laab Fraa P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1313 Starck Bid'.. CHICAGO What Would You Do? There are many times when one man questions another's actions and motives. Men act differently under different circumstances. The question Is, what would you do right now it you hud a severe cold? Could you do better than to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? It is highly recommended by people who have used It for years and know Its value. Mrs. O. E. Sargent, Peru, Ind., says, "Chamberlain's Cough Romedy is worth Its weight in gold and I take pleasure In recommending it." For sale by all dealers. Tho Sorghums For Feed. Many of the visitors to the Stato Fair of Texas last year will remember the splendid exhibit ot Kafir, mllo feterltu, etc., made by Mr, G. W. Baker of Donley county, Mr. Baker recently visited Farm and Ranch and showed some fine heads of fetorltn, mllo, Kuflr and ears of corn raised 011 his farm this year. Ho has lived in Donley county 24 years, ho having moved from North Texas to that section In 1890. He has nover known a complete failure in that section, but crop are finer this year than ho has over seen before. Iuadilttion to maize, Kafir and fetorltn, tho furmers have corn, hay and cotton Hits year and are therefore prosperous. They are by no means dependent upon cotton, It being a surplus crop, consequently tho country Is hi splendid financial condition In splto of the European war. Mr. Baker Is a close observer and finds that Kafir, mllo and fetorlta aro fully as good for hogs und horses as corn and In tsoino respects tho small grains mentioned aro better than corn for horses. Ho observes lhat corn produces considerable heat and when fed u little too much has a tendency to "put horses off" feed, whreas the sorghums mention 1 Why Not? $200. A MONTH flre-nro- -- That's aaaaaAAAaaaAAAaa Man Welborn Wins Tho 1st nnrt 2nd numbcr.s falling to Miow up by Sept. -- nil.svo have puld $(15 hi rush to Man AVellMrn, of Cliffy, Ky., hIio held the Urd nuinlicr hi the contest for tho barrel of "OM) QUALITY" OH $.-..0- ( IX CASH. Wo innko I'or prompt hlilpinciifs mulf jour orders to us. "Old Quali(pih'k tihlpincnt.s to till "dry" points In Kentucky. ty, Ono Htar" us kooiI at any bottled in bond only $3.00 per pillon, express prepaid. Little Anna's father was a baseball enthusiast and had taken her to several games. One Sunday morning she went with him and htr mother to the sorvlce in the Methodist church. Anna was not much Interested iu the sermon until tho minister warmed up to his subject and the older men near the pulpit began to shout. "Amen," "Halleljah," etc. On the way home she looked up at her father and exclaimed, "Say, Pop, who were tho men up front rooting for tho preacher?" Your Fall Cold Needs Attention. No use to fuss and try lo wear It out.JU will wear you out Instead. Take Dr. King's New Discovery, follows quickly. It check your Cold and Soothes your C011&I1 nwiy. Pleasant, Antiseptic and Healing. Children llko It. Get a 50c. bottle of Dr. King's New Dlscovovy nnd keep It In the house. "Our family Cdugh and Cold Doctor" writes Lewis Chamberlain, Manchester, Oh'o. Mon-o- y back If not satisfied, but it i.oarlr always helps. re-U- of $50.00 a Week, almost 10.o a Day 1 well-to-d- proposition one of one. Salesmen deelare opportunithe best, cle&ii-cu- t ties ever received. Without previous experience YOU can duplicate the success of others. catalog Our handsomely Illustrated will enable you to present the subject to customers In as interesting a manner as though you were piloting them through our factory. 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In this way each discovers tho social position of tho other, and if independent inquiries by parents and LATEST WAR NEWS Only laconic refrenco concerning tho actual fighting is made by tho French War Ofllco In Its latest report on the confllqt In Northern "Tho genral situation Is Franco. stationary." It says. Of prcsnt conditions on tho left wing of the Allies' line, whero n provlous report had said tho French had ben obliged at certain points to cede ground to the Germans, the later War Olllco statement nierly declares that tho action still continues. It adds that in the Argonne and Mouse regions day and night attacks by tho Germans have been repulsed by the Alllei. In the eastern war 70110 the Russians report that having conquered he Germans in Russian Poland, two Russian armies arc Invading Hast Prussia with Allensteln as their objective. Tioy claim to havo crossed tho Carpathian Mountains, hereto impregnable. Tho fore conslderd Czar of Russia Is at the headquarters of the active army. As yet the situation surrounding the forts at Antwerp, which are un-ibombardment by the Germans, has not been definitely cleared up. The Germans still claim they havo captured three forts nnd several of he outer fortifications, while the Belgians declared 'the defuses intact. Gen. von Kluck, with troops from the Gcriunu :enter, continues to make a determined stand against the attempts of the Allies to outflank him. The Ger man garrison in East Prussia offici ally denies the Russian claims of victory on the frontier. Germany claims to have 240,000 prisoners of war. re-aia- in jackets on tho Island of Jalult in tho Marshall archipelago In the Pacific Ocean. , TiiCMlny. Tliurdny. The sent of Government of liii bce'i removed from Antwerp to Ostend. Bombardnionr of Antwerp by tho Germans was announced to have begun nt 9:30 morning. Bel-gl-yes-terd- thing To Stop Tax On guardians are satisfactory, the flirtation from the balcony pursues an uninterrupted course, and the man gradually attains u recognized po- Thomas S. Butler, who represents n Pennsylvania constituency largely of the Quaker faith, made jiubllc today a letter of protest jigalnst the revenue bill from Joseph C. Sharplcss of London Orovo, Pa air. Butler said that Mr. Sharpless 1b a Quaker of hlfili standing, Indoponclent in his palltlcs. and a man ivhose opinions arc always sought and usually adopted by his neigh bors and acquaintances. Mr." Bunrples voiced his feeling against the revenue hill and the Democratic party In the following "Although at this late date It may lie of little use, I wish to express to thee my disapprobation of the (ax on gasoline. It Is one of our neces s. sities, and to tax this article is When I say this I voice the sentiment of thy constituency In Chester County. There is not one farmer who docs not own a gasoline engine, and ono of my neighbors when filling his silo used twenty gallons of gasoline a day. Th'e administration wanted to reduce high cost of living, and took the tariff off the things the farmer raises. Now tor them to tax gasoline Is, I a snre death blow to such an language: sition as his adored one's novlo. This stage of courtship lasts for months; but the time comes when tho novlo is received Into the girl's home nnd meets her parents. He Is, however, never loft alone with her, and any evening In the Castellano In Madrid you may see young cou ples In their second stage walking apparently by a out accompanied deaf-mut- e lady. The tramcars In Madrid havo seats for two on ono side of the gangway and a single seat on the other; the single scat Is known as the chaperon's. During these stages either party Is free to end the friendship but at last comes the time when the novlo goes through tho formal ceremony of asking for the lady's hand. It this While tho world nwnlts news of tho great battle In which tho British nnd French allied forces and the Germans In Northern Frnnce have engaged for twenty-si- x das, the meager olllclnl reports from the front vouchsafe llttlo information of the Telephone Saved Child's Life One of the children fell into n water tank on Alabama farm and was rescued unconscious and an apparently lifeless. The frantic mother rushed to the telephone and called the doctor six miles away. He told her what to do and started at once, but before he arrived the child was out of danger. The protection of women and children is only one of the chief values of the telephone on the farm. You can have this service at small cost. See the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or send a postal for our free booklet. FARMERS J J actual operations. To-da- y It Is n er small piece' of ground tost nnd tomorrow the same ground has been regained. Meanwhile tho French forces aro moving northward, hut nro gaining little to the east, which would ho essential to the outflanking of tlio German right wing. As n matter of fact. Gen. von Kluck, In command of that section of the German army with heavy which luitc reached him In the past week, has taken a decided offensive and day by day the announcement Is made by the French War Office" that tho "violent battle ' it LINE DEPARTMENT continues." Masses of German cavalry have been recently near Lille, and behind them German forces moving' on a lino between Tourcoing and This important unit of the German army, which it was thought might serio to break the French line, the French report, has boon held in check, nnd to tho north of I.Ulo has been driven buck. On two wings, It Is added, the German attacks havo been repulsed. The forty-thir- d German casualty list issued at Berlin contains 10,600 names In dead, wounded and missing. Berlin also reports that the fighting on tho German right wing In France has been successful, and that In the assault on Antwerp two more forts have fallon into Gurmau hands. Arm-entlore- s. granted, there Is an official betrothal, which Is generally followed within n few weeks by the wedding. Is Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company owENsmmn, INCORPORATED. - Chicago Herald, UKAIj 133 100 75 125 3 from 3 from Hartford. from Hartford. acres 3 from Hartford. acres 3 All Hough river bottom land In district. Please the write us If you want to sell or bu land. HOLBUOOK & PARKS, Agts., Hartford, Ky. 9tf V; levee-protect- acres acres estath for sale. Hartford. mile miles miles miles Kentucky. Do You Want a Fence? administration. "IfUhce can do anything to stop this, please uso thy Influence in that way, and by so doing thee will the applausexot they constitu-ents.- " In expressing his entire approval of tlio protest Mr. Butler wrote to Ills Quaker friend: "The reasoning found In thy letter as well as the conclusions which thee reaches, seem to me about the prevailing sentiment against this revenue measure. I would like very much to make thy letter public thee objects." "Please make uso of my letter as thee sees fit," replied Mr. Sharpless. "Publish it on tho bouse tops if thee desires, as thy people are up In arras galn3t such legislation." un-Jc- Thy friend, JOSEPH C. SHAUPL.ESS. Kaiser's Sword Mottoes. Probably the proudest possession of the sons of the German Emperor are the swords presented to them to them by their father, and with which they are equipped In the present war against Germany's enemies. The Kaiser, representing in his various military uniforms all the different kinds of service of army and navy, has many swords, but his sons have only one sword each, and these are particularly prized because of the Inscriptions dictated Tjy the Kaiser. The custom of Inscribing arms Is an old one among the Germans. To tho eldest son, the Crown Prince P'rederiek William, the Kaiser presented a sword, before he was able to carry It. This sword is now worn by the Crown Prince as leader invading of the southern army France. It bars the Inscription. "Ev-d- r ready to battle for the glory of. the empire." On the sword of the second son. Prince Ultel Frelderich, regarded as the most popular member of the royal family, the Kaiser put the motto, "Fearless and true." That of the third son, Prince Oscar, who, like tho Crown Prince, has already distinguished himself in the present war, bears tho Inscription. "True and A report from Berlin that British ships have arrived at Lisbon and with the hat Portugal's Allies in the war is imminent, brought forth a statement from the Portuguese Minister at Washington that his country was prepared to take such a step whenever Great Britain should call upon her to do 30, under the treaty of mutual protection existing between the two countries. Great Britain Is investigating coal shipments from the United States under the suspicion that the cargoes. Instead ot reaching the ports to German warships at sea. The Prince of Wales' relief fund has now reach ed $15,000,000. Wednesday. That the battle between the Allies and the Germans to the north of tho River Ois 13 growing more and nnro riolent Is tno only statement that aas been to winnow thrr tho sieve of official secrecy concerning the conditions prevailing on that part of the long battle line In France upon which the eyes of the world ire focused. The report of the French War Office makes no mention of whether progress is being made by either side In this zone, where for days the armies have ben battling Jsperately for supremacy. CASTOR His gaatuie of For Infants and Children. IA Tho situation as between the Russians and Germans and Austrlans Is somewhat problematical, but n very frank stato'ment trom Berlin admits that tho German forces on the frontier of East Prussia haie assumed a strategical defensive movement and that they abandoned the bombardment of Ossowet7, a fortress, in Russian Poland. This statement adds Miat the fighting at Augustowo and in Suwalkl was of a most sanguinary naturo and that while tho German machine guns finally turned the scale )f battle in faior of the Germans n the slaughter of the German was terrific. The movement? of tho German troops were grcatl) hampered by the physical condition of the country. nrtll-leryme- Kind You Have Always Bough! C&&X&&< Mothers of Men. The bravest battle that ever was fought! Shall I tell you where and when? On tho maps of the world you will find It not 'Tis fought by the mothers of men. or battle shot, -- vi y. not with cannon TV'Ith sword or nobler pen! .3JV not Wl"1 eloquent words or the 3teadfast." Prince Adalbert's marine sword bears inscriptions on both sides. For one side the Kaiser chose the some what American term, "Full steam ahead," and for the other, "Your strength belongs to the fatherland." The swords of the Kaiser's fith and sixth sons also contain mottoes. Take - Notice. Wanted a homo by a bright little boy, seven years old, and a sweet little girl, five years old, orphans, whose father died without life insurance. Address "Orphan," care Children's Home. Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, State Mutual Life, of Worcester, Mass. I3tf Wanted - Once a farmer said to one ot his farmer f Herds when he was trying to sell him a cow: "A cow is a cow." "Yes," replied the other, "but there's a mighty big difference in cows." Some give lots of good milk, and "some don't give enough to pay for their keep. Some it's a profit to own, and others a dead loss. It's the same way with you, Friend Farmer, in regard to your fencing. Some is a profit to own and install while others are a dead loss. Remember we have the best wire fencing line, from the strongest pasture fence down to the poultry wire fence. Won't you please get our prices? We have price for every one. We're here with the rock-botto- m goods. 4 Had Faith In Ruinniuker. "There was a tlrao when the peo ple of the Western States had faith hctrv' t v Of woman tnat would not yield, In the professional rainmakers," remarked Judge W. H. Thompson, a But bravely, slt.cntly, bore her part prominent Domocrat of Grand Is that battlefield! iJ.o, there is land, Neb., at tho Wlllard. Judge ,troop. no bivouac Xovinurshallr.g Thompson Is known throughout Ne aong, braska as "tho llttlo giant." He has V No bunner to pleav'i a"d wave; been a candldato for Governor, and they last But. oh! their buttles, onco came From mouths of wonderful men, woman's But deep ,m tbo walled-u- p - thought fr'rom babyhood to tin0 sravo. Yet lalthful still us ft lirfo'BO of stars, town Sho fights in her wallcd-.u- p Fights on and on In endless wars. Then, silent, unseen, goes down. Oh, ye with banners and battle shot, And boldlon, to shout and irU30, I toll you tlto kindliest victories fought "Were fought In thoso silent ways. Oh, bpotkhs woman In a world of bhame, With bpleudirt and stleut ecoru Go back to God as will to as jou cumo Tho kingllest warrior born! Slow Itiirdnons within live votes of being olected to tho United States Senate. The Judge was talking over old tlmeb in Nebraska with his friend Alex Vest, of Missouri. "Do you recall tho time when tho citizens of Grand Island Mihscrlbed to a fund during a prolonged drouth, and employed a rainmaker to bring rain?" remarked Judge Thompson. "Wo gave that fellow $2fio to produce rain for us. Ho went up to some holght with kudo mysterious equipment, ami In manner produced a dense siiioko. It happend that just about that time the coluds came up and there was a slight In Sunny sprinkle. Courtship Spain. "Tho rainmaker come down till Spain slu w a lib individuality most smiles and claimed credit for having in courtship and marriage. In no oth- produced the rain. Of course, ho said, er country does love ut first sight tho big rain will come hit or, but he bo often laid to marriage. The young pointed to tho fo.v drops of water ' unmarried ,?iil of good social posi- that had fallen naturally as ample tion nover wiillcs in tho street with- evidence of hit utility to mnkc It out a cliipomu, and it Is quite per- rain. He took good care, however, missible for juy man who is attract- to got out of Urcml Ihl.iud In less ed by her to follow her He must than an hour, and with him lie not walk abreast of her, nor ought took our ?250. It is unnecessary to lie, on the find occasion to spek to say that It didn't rain." Washingtier. Huvlut; accertalned where she ton Post. The statement Is made that tho LOUISVILLE REGISTRATION Allies have gained a little ground on Total Returns. the northern heights ot the Meuso. Dem. Rep. Prog. Ind. Wards. On the center of tho battle line com 2228 270 B88 314 First paiatlve calm prevails. Second 2326 278 539 304 Third 3518 936 844 693 The French ns an offset to pre- Fourth 1188 490 246 19S vious slmllaraction on the part of Fifth 2179 561 502 364 the Austrlans, have placed mines in Sixth 1245 270 267 284 the Adriatic In a zone which com- Seventh ....1402 264 232 218 prises "ull Austrian water and the Eighth 1332 383 178 170 channels between the Islands and Ninth 1030 479 158 198 the coasts of Dlmatla." Tenth 1042 789 2S7 264 Eleventh ...3130 845 910 577 No mention was made in the Twelfth ....5517 706 1562 10S6 statement concerning tho strong forces of German cavalry previously reTotals . .26137 6271 6313 4670 ported to bo operating In the depart- Last y'r. . .28876 7323 13434 4927 ment of Nord, nor wa3 nnytlilnt( said of the situation at Antwerp, Losses . ...2739 1052 7121 257 against which tho Germans tiro operating. A news agency dispatch slad howovcr, that tho Military GoverFOR FLETCHER'S nor of Antwerp had reported to the Burgomaster of Antwerp i that a bombardment of tho city was Imminent. Luke MrLuke Sajs. Lots of rummies who can't even Both Germany and Russia contin- spoil the word clairvoyant know all ue to report successes In East Prus- about comumlnng with tho spirits. sia and Galiclu, thus leaving tho A woman likes to keep up to date, situation In the&o spheres of warfaro but she hates to learn tho latest in doubt. wrinkle. When you sit down and think It A Berlin dispatch says, "The In- over you'll find that It is the things creased Turkish navy. It is expected, wo do not do that afford us the soon will bo sailing on tho black most happlnoss. A husband and wife can gut up a Sea" No explanation of the stnto-mewas vouchsafed, flno Hire day battle over the ques. tion of which Is tho best nutured. A news agency dispatch from BorWhat has become of tho old fashdeaux announces that u numbor of ioned woniuii who used to boll it for important change have heou made In ten minutes und make coffee soup? ' Onco In a whllo you will see a Goruiuu urmy commands, girl who looks ns though everything Tho Washington Government is about her except her mliul Is made still without official advises concern- up. Some of tho best young people ing the lauding of Jupanese blue - ACTON BROS., Hartford.Ky. are horrified at tho idea of a prize- and butter by tho carat. fight that lasts un hour. Hut they When a man Is knocking some othwill go ahead and get married and er man to you always remember that start a battle that 'lasts a lifetime. yoit aro next on. his list. Muybo they have a sense of humor, A smart barber can always get a hut you will often hear two fomalo tip by asking a callow youth If ho chromos on the shady side of thirty wants a shavo and asking a affectionately hailing each other as man If ho wants a hair ci. "Kid" Farm For Sale. If a man would hold his wlfo's 150 Acrsa on Hartford and Roclcpor us much after he gets her as hands 1 bald-head- l ed Children Cry CASTOR A nt ho did before ho got hor, maybe he could hold her heart longer. This is tho tiino of year when you have to kow tow around tho Janitor and make him think ho Is better thnn you are, or else go to bed early to keep warm. There are a lot of men In the world who never put their best foot forward until they have a holo In tho other shoo. You can't account for taste all the time. Uut you usually know whoro you landed that dark brown one. They always give a lot of spaco to what tho bride wore, nut tlioy never uvon mentloud tho fact that the brlUogroom had on a pair of clean socks. muu Tho who thought that his horse wus his castle now has a son who thinks that his flat U his cabaret. Some birds huvo u heap of seiibo. You can't blanio tho Stork tor dodging u pluce after ho sees tho Lady of tho house sitting iirouud nursing a poodlo In her arms. There may havo been u time when Poverty wus a blessing. Uut It was before steak wus sold by the Inch 2 road, miles from Uromlwoy und miles from Uockport. SelioolhoUBo; on 4Jgo of farm syul church near. Throe" roads invss dwelling houso which is oi Ilnrtford II. F. D. No. ,JIost of Jand portoctly lovol. Any onrdeslrJns to purchase farm will do wwll to investigate. Prjco reasouof ble. Apply for further Information U DARNBTT & SON. 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