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CANTRILL WINS MEXICANS MUST y Hernandez throw him Into the dungeon ho threatened every dny to tako MEXICANS SEIZE his life, nnd In a most barbarous manner. Ho told the consul, accordLEAVE TEXAS ing to Mr. Silllman, of cruelties TOBACCO FIGHT organization. RAILWAY LINE which had been Inflicted upon AmerNo one ever had m .better opporicans in Mexico, nddlng that his life tunity to aid his struggling people being spared for tho tlmo being In an' unequal fight, than did Will-soCarranza's Troops Take To Be Included Federal Every Legal Process Will be was in order to mako his execution a sort and ho threw It away, cither One Present Writes About of holiday. Ho told him that already That It purposely or Ignorantly. Foreign Corporation. Used to Oust Them. Warehousing Bill. United States Consul Hanna had been Vnn dono purposely Is scarcely to bo Meeting. killed. Among other stories, Mr. Sil denied. Tho fnct, that ho ran away llman said he heard was one to the wltll Tnrtfrn frtii lila mirrfifrnmnn! Con-"- Fomenters of Revolution 4re effect that Mexico had formally de- When Tramway Company Refuso'Rcar and wcut to Louisville, where Legislation Will Go Long Way, Enmity To Organized Farmers clared war against United States; It Is bollovod ho met wllh tho ropro- sidercd as "Undesirable es Strikers' Demand GovernToward Believing that all internal differences had been By The scntatlvcs of the Tobacco Trust In Shown army of Insettled; that tho Mexican consultation .tho nght before tho ment Takes Hand. Aliens." Stringency. Every Act. vasion had already crossed tho Rio meeting, and tho further "fact, that Grando nnd had marched through the representatives of thp Trust conf Texas, Oklahoma and Missouri to St. Mexico, City, Oct. 12. Tho solzurd money to hlui In his race Tex., October 10. San Antonio, tributed Washington, Oct. 12 Kentucky ngnlm.t Mr. tobacco has won its flcht to bo In- - Official notice of the great number of Louis. Although tho consul know-bette- of tho Mexican Tramway Company Dawson SprIngs,Ky..Oct. 13,19MV for tho nomination I Emst Inst August, certainly clinch en cU(Icd ,, he was careful not to dispute lines by tho Carranza Government refugee Hucrtlstas, Clentlficos, Editor Hartford Ilcpubllcan: tho wirchou80 Mi now y was made at tho point of the rnor I fore 10 tiousp, which in Its present hav'e noticed nn account published In thp matter so fur as Iho and other Mexicans In- tlfo statement of Hernandez, because . of fear of what might happen subse- bayonet. yftur n'npor of tlio Tobacco Mooting Is concerned . terested in fomenting revolution nnd form Includes specially no crop The Mexican Tramways Company A. which was called by When Governor Willson think victory for tobac- - revolt In Mexico was taken In San quently. cotton. The At tho tlmo of Sllliman's arrest Limited, Is a foreign corporation K. Wlllson.nt Frankfort In tlio spring that ho haH tho tobacco grow em of co lias been achieved after much Antonio this week by United States at $1,000,000. Its homo office-I-s of 190. All J on havo said about Kentucky hoodwinked on this prop- maaiuverlng District Attorney Camp and other Hernandez was in military command Representative, CanIn Toronto. mealing is true, but there nro osition nnd that they will support trlll, of Kentucky, who is a member officials' of the Department of Jus-- , at Saltlllo. He was formerly secretb.it Shortly before noon soldlors sur toiiiu things which you liavo omitted him and place him In power to do of th Commltteo ou Rules, was In tlce. It Is reliably understood that tary to Gen. Gustavo Ma.is, Huerta's who evacuated Vera- rounded the main building occupied Irom nur account, and as ono who them sttll further Injury, ho will a position to force terms. the mo.vcment now afloat will result commander, cruz upon the arrival of tho United by olllclals and plant whllo a delegavns present, I desire to offer somo wake up to find hlmaoir mistaken oil The 1 ill passed lhe Serate with to- jn the dep:.rture from "San Antonio States troops. Pnor to this Hernan tion of officials entered tho premises may tho 3rd of November,, next. incidents of the meeting which bacco included, on motion of Sena- and the western district Of Texas of AlVery truly, yours, bave cr.cnped your attention. tor Fletcher, of Florida. The House all Mexicans who are believed to bo dez was a newspaper man, employed and served notive upon General Man on El Imparclal of the City of Mex- ager Graves that all tho books, rollthough, I remember that you was MOSES R, GLENN Committee on Agriculture struck out pidlng and abetting revolutionary i here and madn a talk In behalf of Many prominent refugees ico. Mr. Silllman credited him with ing stock and other property of tho tobacco. The House Rules Commit- conditions. being tho "bitterest hater of Ameri- company with tho exception of the Kentucky Tobacco Growers dur-- i Viitlm of Assassin Sticcuinlm to tee will meet Tuesday when It Is arc to be "marked." L Wound. . ! the day sources word has cans In Mexico," and givrs him cred- cash In the vaults, must be deliverFrom reliable Hopkinsvllle, Ky Oct. 9. For- probable that a rule will be framed That meeting was called by Gov-r.igone forth that the United States it for having inspired Gen. Maas' ed to tho Chief of Police, The order mer Sheriff John M. Rcnshnw, who up and reported but which will tako was given in tho name of tho SuWlllson'nt tho suggestion of care of tho Kentucky tobacco situa- Government will resort to every rem- hatred of Americans. 1 .de K C. O'Hear, who was a was jnystprlously shot from ambush tion and of tobacco In all of tho edy known to the law to carry out its The case of Hernandez, his speedy premo Chief and wa3 signed by the as he was trial nifinber or the Court of Apptnls two weeks ago x States where the crop Is purposes. Extradition, deportation tions, and tho deportation prepara- Governor of the Federal district. driving Ihto town from his country twenty-siare an Indication of what is Tho Government explained that bench. The idea was to bring about and every other legal means' will be to a greater or less extent. raised to follow In San Antonio In the Mex- the measure was a provisional ono a compromise between the' organiz- home, died this morning at tho JenThe members from the tobacco omploed to rid San Antonio, El Attorney taken In tho interests pf public weled growers or poolers nud represent- nie Stuurt Memorial Hospital. Ho States have exacted a promise that Pnbovand other points in West and ican situation. District enCamp's deep Interest In tho case is fare and due to the stoppage of tho of tho Tobacco Trust. Will-so- was uuconclous practically tlio atives tho rule shall proyldo that the House Southwest Texas of these refugees. as tho Governor of the State, tire time and made no statement. Information from Washington in- shown through tho fact that he per street car traffic of the city on noon shall have the right to amend tho Feeling is high in tho community sonally prepared the charges against of last Thursday when the motor-me- n, was to suggest to both parties that bill and also havo received hssuranco dicates that President Wilson and conductors, inspectors and the troublo had gone far enough, and over the assinatlon, and a negro ar that tho Committee on Rules will as- Attorney General Gregory are keep- the official and personally conducted that he did not propose for the rested ten days ago as a suspect vus sist in his efforts to have tobacco ing in close touch with conditions in the prosecution before Judge Ed- shopmen struck becauso their de peace and quietude of the State to yesterday removed to Henderson for specifically Included. This probab- this city, as they relate to the gen- wards. mands for a 100 per cent increase In It is felt in San Antoniot and at wages, an eight-hobo further disturbed, and to say to sa'fo keepings A Second negro, ar- ly means that an amendment will bo eral Mexican situation. Theso officday and recthe Trust representatives In plajn rested Wednesday night at Prince- adopted extending the same privil- ials are just as anxious as their sub- Washington that' In the eventof the ognition of the union were not grantlanguage, that they should come ton, is in Jail hero. Just beforo eges to tobacco as. are extended to ordinates in this section to prevent Western District of Texas Is cleared ed by the company In the four hours' to some terms with the growers. If Mr. Renshaw was shot two negroes cotton. That the bill will pass In as far as possible tho gathering on of the trouble makers, a different time limit specified by tho strikers' tills had not been true, there would wcro seen hy tho side of the road. this form and become a law at the this side of the border of refugees aspect on tho Mexican situation will committee. speedily present itself. liave been no use, whatever. In Invit- Mr. Renshaw was one of Christian present session of Congress The principal owners of the propnow who would contribute coals to the planters and seems likely. ing from Now York nrW Louisville county's forcmosst psiuouldcrlng flams. Because of this Couple OuMed From Flat When erty are English, French and Belgian with some American stockholdthose who represented the American stock raisers. Ho wasC2 years old The bill provides for tho licensing It is believed that scores of one-tim- e Stork Makes Visit. Tdbacco Company to be present. ers. All foreign employes wero "kept It and leaves a family. Ono of his sons of warehouses by the Government prominent Mexican officials who are Chicago, 111., October lfi. Illinois' lias nlwajs been my understanding is Edgar Renshaw, formerly a mem- and putting the Government's O. K. now conspiring In San Antonio will in the building at tho behest of the now law, which provides a penalty Unit the Governor violated nn agree- ber of the Stato Hoard of Equalizabeing equivalent to a guaranty that soon find themselves regarded hy the for any landlord or owner of a build- troops. Tho management has made ment to meet Judgo O'Uear, tho tion. a vigorous protest to the Brazilian, the tobacco Is held under conditions United States as "undesirable ing who dlsposQsses a tenant becauso night beforo tho meeting at the Two Americans Shot Across Xneo which make tho lending of money on British, French and Belgian legaand treated accordingly. the latter has children, or acquires tions. A formal protest was registerCapital Hotel, at which n program The first step In this programme them, is to be given Its it a perfectly safe venture. It Is ex- Line. first test lir ed also with Carranza. thus to be mapped out, and Instead Naco, Ariz., October 11. Four pected tho Legislature will go a long camo a fovv days ago when Luis An- this city. went to Louisville. When he reCarranza later designated Tomas shells of the guns of Gov. Maytorona way toward relieving whatever strin- tonio Hernandez, captor of United Charles F. Congleton, wealthy resturned to Frankfort tho next morn-'ln- fell on American territory last night gency exists on account of the tobac- States Consul John R. SUliman when Ramos as acting general manager of taurant and flat owner, who has just and called the meeting to order, during a renewed the system. The lines of the company he was a prisoner at Saltlllo sever returned from Europe, was attack on the Car-rnn- co market. arrested form a network over the entire Fedho announced that, as ho had called al months ago, was arrested by Dop- - on tho charge It Is pointed out that It will bo esgarrison of Naco, Sonora. One that J. Warren Isott, tho meeting, he would proceed to of tlio shells wrecked a largo resi- pecially easy to put the legislation uty United States Marshall Dlbrell. extending for nearly 250 one of his tenants, had been refused eral district lcct himself Chairman, which he dence. Another damaged property In forco In Kentucky,, because the The day beforo Hernandez, at the re- a lease, the agent giving as the rea- miles and carrying millions of pasdid, without asking for a nominasurrounding tho United States Cus- warehouses thcro are the best In any quest of Federal authorltles.was de- son tho fact that there had been sengers monthly. tion and without even a formality tom House. Due to a depreciation in tho MexiTho others fell In a agriculture section and belong to tho tained by the police on the technical borh to the Isotts a baby. Isott rentHo of a vote of Ills own selection. At Lexington tho Burley charge of vagrancy. He was trans- ed an apartment ot Congleton Nov- can peso, the management Informed a mercantile es- farmers. stock field nnd in then proceeded to read tho riot act tablishment. Tobacco Company has the large'st ferred to Marshal Dlbrell about 9 ember 1, 1911, and in June following the Government today of Its inabilto the Tobacco Growers and members ity to grant tho demands ot the men o'clock, and an hour later he was a baby was During tho engagement, warehouse In tho world. which loose-lea- f born to his wife. In of the various Farmers' Organizaon trial before United States Com- May lasted the greater part tof tho night, year the agent of the for shorter hours and double wages, of this tions, who wcro present on his Indeclaring that passengers were now charged with building Edwards, several of Maytorcna's Yaqui Indians Farmer.' Quarrel Results In Death. missioner told Isott he 'would have to being vitation, reminding them that there transported nt less than ono Milton, Ky., Oct. 12. A serious smuggling a diamond Into the Unit- move becauso crossed the boundary lino In order of the baby. was certain lnvs on the statute books ane one-ha- lf cents gold. Immediately quarrel took place between two farm- ed States from Mexico. Hernandez to attack tho Naco garrison In the At tho time Congleton went away of Kentucky Which they had to obey, rear. They wero promptly disarm ers Saturday night In tho Winona had the stone when he crossed the his own apartment was rented by G. thereafter soldiers took possession of and that unless they did ho, ho ed. Previously American soldiers vicinity, about six miles from town, border, and when he was arrested ou F. Hughes, who maintains a bulldog, the property. would order out uyery able bodied The act has caused a sensation had ben fired upon and they return in which ono of tho parties Is dead a vagracy charge, he Is said to have but has no children. man in Kentucky to enforce them here, as the Tramway Company and and tlio other In tho Uedford, Ky., given tho diamond to an attorney as ed tho fire. Ills speech did not touch tho tobacU. S. Submarines To He Assembled tho allied Mexican Light and Power Gen. Hill, commanding tho garri- Jail. Tho quarrel occurred at tho a retaining fee. co question on any point whatever, Company, Limited, supply all tho Hernandez was held to await the in Maneuvers. son, lost about eight killed. Maytor- home of Elliott Hackney, between tint was solely a lecture on law and action of tho grand Jury at tho DeWashington, October 11. Tenta- light, power, heat and transportacna's loss was estimated at not lcs Hewitt Jenkins and Hacknoy.broth-ers-ln-laorder He addressed no remarks to It Is alleged that Jen- cember term of court by Commission- tive plans are being worked out for tion within a radius of thirty miles fifty killed and many woundthe Tobacco Trust- Representatives than kins went to tho homo of Hackney er Edwards, alter ho had waived a the assembly somo time next winter of tho capital. The joint Investment ed. whatever. Ho did not say to them, Severe fighting, pait of It hund to urn! 'while Jn the kitchen tho two preliminary examination. His ball In the Mexican Gulf or West Indian of tho allied companies represents that they must obey tho law, nor did hand, within the trenches continued men had a difficulty over tho cutting was fixed at $1,000. Following the waters of the largest fleet of Amer- nearly $100,000,000. ho Intimate that thuy hud violated Passengers arriving from Aguaa of corn, nud that Jenkins dlbombowl- - action of the Commissioner's Court, ican submarines ever brought toany law. Af,ter more than an hour for an hour beforo the attackers re- ed Hackney with a butcher knife. federal officials declared that In the gether. They will take part in ma Callentes buy that Gen. Villa Is thirof this rambling flrade, tho meeting tired. Americans, TJio doctor who attended Hackney event he should mako bond he will neuvers with battleships and other ty miles north of thero with a large n Two Lee Hall, a adjourned. At the, afternoon took twenty-fiv- e forco aud determined to tight un- stitches to closo tho be immediately rearrested by Unit- naval crafis. citizen, and Corp. McAllister, which was hold In the thilted States Tho opening of the Panama Canal less the adherents ot Carranza agree Troop H, Ninth United States Caw wound from which he died Sunday ed States marshals, acting for ImmiCmirt room, nt tho Custom 'House, lrlglit about 11 o'clock Jenkins was gration olllclals, on a charge of being will mako It posMblo to bring Into to a commission form of govem- speeches w,cro made by Hop. Cnpip- - arly, wero struck by stray bullets, arrested Sunday night In the same "an uudeslrable alien." Necessary Atlantlc waters submarines attached incut. Hall was shot in tho head and ,lioll Cantrlll, Hon. Claude Thomas. neighborhood about 12 o'clock itud papers In this case have already been to tho Pacific fleet, aud, with veshurt. McAllister was shot Judge B. C. O'Rear, and others. VIHn Confiscates IYopeity. through (lie hand while oir sentry lodged in jail. Hackney was about prepared by Immigration Inspector sels now nearlug completion, thcro O'Rear's Bpeech was on tho side of twenty-fiv- e probably will bo between twenty-flv- o El Paso, Tex., Oct. 14. Advices jears of ago and leaves Tarver.. duty In tho htock yards. tho tobacco growers, and was n Hernandez's nrrebt was brought and thirty underground fighters reported hero today by Carranza offOne dead Yuqul was found in the a wife and four children. Jenkins strong plea In their behalf; although, about by John R. Silllman, President mobilized. Naval aviators probably icers state that Gen. Franclbco Villa stock yards, where many empty , 'H "Umarrled. ho spoko against lawlessness, saying Ab"ut oKht 'L'urs "bo Adam Jen-o- f Wllbon's representative, with Gon. will In the maneuvers. has cpnfibcated property, belonging shells- indicated the principal point ' that ho was as much opposed to tho to German citizens In the State of jklus. brother of Hewitt Jenkins and Carranza. Mr Silllman spent tho past their operation. Mclte) nobis Sworn In hy the Su-- Duraugo totaling In violation of the law, ub any man in vuluu $1,000,-00Hall and McAllister make a totul Hackney had a difficulty on the for-o- t, week In San Antonio. Ho loft for thef State. From this speech, ljow-eve- r, cine Couit. boiU ot Milton, and Hackney was Washington to confer with Presldont Villa Is also reported to have five American victims of Mexican Washington, 12. Former Oct. dates tho enmity of Governor fire Trooper Wilson regarding the recent develordered tho confiscation of all largo Wilson, shot last i80rlousl' cut b' Jenkins. AVlllson for Judge O'Rear. Ho never Attorney General James C. McRoy-nold- s estates within opments in the Mexican situation. his territory, whether Monday, died later. Trooper Lo lf forgavo him for that speech in today was sworn in by thu owned by foreigners or Mr. Sllllmuu was walking along Roy Bradford was "shot through the Bodies nud Guns Found In Church. natives. organized farmers of the of tho Monterey, Mexico, October 12. A Houston street with Mrs. Stllluiau Supreme Court as a member of that Today's advices from ChJUimlrua client and hcrlously wounded Tues- Stato. dispatch from the City of .Mexico ou Friday, and as ho passed a group tribunal, succeeding the lato Justice City state, that Gen. Villa dispatched day. The same day an unidentified v It Is ifo bollot of many, that tho boy was shot through the hand. of Mexicans he recogulzcd Hernan- Lurton. isas: 500 soldiers from CtilhuuhUa'yecrr The court convened according to duy against Gon. "Acting ou Information that the dez. Hernandez did not see Mr. SMI-maspeech of the Governor at that meetNow appeals for protection wero MaclovlqHerrera ing, which' was no less, than a notlco sent y aud tho conbul pussed him by law for 1th yoar's work, with CC2 who Is In revolt against ViUa"at to Presldeut WlUon aud Santo Domingo Church was used us a storehouse for urnis by opponents without a Blgnr ot recognition. As cases ready for consideration. Jus-tlc- o Parral. He Is estimated to have to the Trust that bo far as the Exec to Coy. Hunt of Arizona. McReynolds already had taken ' 'of tho constitutionalist government boon as he could get to u telephone utive of tho State was concerned,) .Seven of tho.Yaquls captured from 1,500 to J,O0Q nibd. , they wero to have a free hand In the Hill wero executed, the military authorities took possses- - he telephoned Attorney tho oath to Support tho ConstituDistrict Bishop JohnC. Kll;p of the Meth.- -. slon of the cdlflco and urrested mem- Camp, telling him of the presence of tion, but the oath to admlnlste'r Jusfight, and that all the strength of to all was postponed until odlst Episcopal 'Church South, and ItoerN In Rebellion. bers of the clergy und many worship- - Hernaudcz In the city, Tho descrip- tice alike the militia of the State was to bo Dr. Edwin A. Alderman, 'president Press dispatches say that a prov- - en. A cavern under the altar was tion of Hernandez was given to Mar-bli- today. directed against the growers, for no According to long established cus- - ot tho University of Virginia, were tobacco was sold' for many mouths luce of British South Africa is In re- - filled with bodies of men who had Dlbrell and a short time later torn, the members of tho court paid a elected directors of tho Southern and the fight went on directed by the bellldn against England. The British .evidently met violent deaths. More he was arrested. Railway Company at Richmond. Vu According to Mr. Silllman, after formal call on President Wilson. than UDO rifles wero found." Trust Representatives all over the lay tho blame ou Germany. Stale, nnd In a number of cases it Is plain that disturbances wero created by their agents for tho purpose of throwing disgrace upon the farmers AGAINSTJILLSON n, la Frankfort 0-- Kx-O- "cx-Ico- pt nr ,- n, ur all-en- s" g, za - - well-know- scr-louh- ly i pi 0. jy bo-ha- n, any-whe- ro y. ' al gnrd to tho proper ventilation of the mines. A J. J. Rutlcdgc, mining engineer of tho bureau, declares thnt nothing fs more Important to the safety and health of tho miners than tho proper I hove recently purchased from A. C. Yeiaer his recording ventilation of tho mine. In the Agencies for the following Firo Insurance Companies: Continental, event that the mlno contains gas, Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, wiiich includes the life of every man In tho mine Is the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. Involved. Ho declares, therefore, that These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to It Is tho duty of ovcryono In the mlno to, see that tho ventilation Is always hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, good. The carelessness of any man, at any tlnio, In leaving trapdoors open mny render useless the best g vcntllntlng system and thus lead to 4 loss of life and property. tvTTVTf77vY77r ocrats In their Baltimore platform The mostt efficient vcntllntlng system ,1s the ono that, with the least that "the law pertaining to tho civil London, October 3. Sidney Dark, velocity through Wnshlngtou, Oct. IB. Through servlco should be enforced, to the tho main air courslegislation iu Congresss, tho Demo- end that merit nnd nblllty shall bo the author, says: "I wroto tho other es, furnishes at the working fnces a of appointment and day that the British were an amaz- current containing almost as much crat!) biue provided nearly four mil- the stnndnrd promotion rather than service ren- ing people, so nmazlng, indeed, thnt oxygen as normal air (over 19 per lion dollars with which to reward not only do German ambassadors en- cent), very political party." little carbon dioxide nnd Democratic hcnchmeii for polltlcnl dered to a tirely fall to understand us, but wo mclbauo (gas), nnd no carbon monpurposes. Had not the Republicans Your Full Cold Need Attcntlo'i. often utterly fall to understand our- oxide. An efficient ventilating sysand r rogresalvcM been vigilant and No use to fuss and try to wear selves. tem must supply fresh air enough ,, .. . forced tke Democrats to place them"The present war has once again selves on record, the spoils system It out. It will wear you out Instead. made it clear that Englishmen, Irsh- - for all the men unci niust dilute, would have profited by not far from Take Dr. King's New Discovery, re- nien nnd Scotsmen fight for fun. Ex- render harmless, nnd quickly remove , lief follows quickly. It checks jour traordinary as It seems to foreign all dangerous gases In the workings. scvcnty-fiv- c million dollars. These suggestions are to the mlno every one of the big Cold 1 Into nearly and Soothes your eolith awpy. people (and to us English who are superintendent, the foreman, the flro bills that have passed the house the Antiseptic and Henl'ng. not martial), It Is perfectly clear boss, tho miner, the engineer, the Pleasant, 1 Democrats have Inserted provisions from the. letters written from the doing away with the "merit and Children llko It. Get a r.Oc. botile front and from the conversations road man, tho brattice man, the and the trapper. The mine ability" basis of appointment. Here of Dr. King's New Discovery nnd with the wounded who have conio aro some of the acts which authorize? keep it in the house. "Our family home that the men who have for superintendent should be sure the government officers to ignore merit Cough and Cold Doctor" writes Lew Is Jays faced the appalling German at- vcntllntlng fan Is kept running nt Its hours a and nblllty in making appolnttments; Chamberlain, Manchester, Oh'o.tMon-e- y tack 'enyoyed themselves Immensely. regular speed twenty-fou- r day, whether men arc In the mine or The Sundry Civil Act of 1913; the "I confess that I do not under- not. There Is always n chance that back If not satisfied, but it l.carlf incomo tax division of the tariff law; always helps. stand It In the least. To me It Is gas mny accumulate If the fan Is tho now Currency Act; a special something very wonderful and sur- idle when the men are out of the Secretary of Com-mcrAntwerp. act authorizing the prising, but it Is a fact that must evi mine. Tho fan should not be placed to appoint men outside the The fact that the Germans have dently be taken Into account If we Civil Service; the Moon Hallway Pay taken Antwerp without England are to realize our country and if we ovdr the shaft or in front of a drift or slope opening to the mine, hut Bill, and others. 3enHing any relief to the belglans are to get tho most and the best out should be nt one side, so thnt It will Outside of Congressional action, shows plainly that the allies are of It at the crisis in its fortunes. not be disabled it an explosion takes the most notorious instance of break- hard pressed. If England could have spitting on the "The blue-jacking down Civil Service rules is that landed 100,000 men at Ostend they shell for luck and the cavalrymen place. Explosion doors can bo placed of Postmaster General Burleson. In could easily relieved the situation. charging in their shirt sleeves arc to In front of or over the mine opening to serve as a safety valve and keep the examination of fourth class postThe strategy was for the allies me the most Insistent pictures that masters, the three standing highest to develop their Hue north as far have come to us from the front. Em- tho fan from being damaged. The on the list are under Civil Service as Belgulm and let their extreme phatically and significantly British. merits of this arrangement have ben proved in explosions at several rules icortlfied for appointment. Un- left rest on Antwerp. Now It looks Ortherls over again he hard-bitte- n der Burleson, if a Democrat has as If the Germans are pressing their little cockney fighting for the real mines. Tho fan should never be reversed obtained 70 per cont or over, he is lines westward through Belgulm, love of the game. while men aro In the mine without appointed, no matter If the other two uniting it with its extreme north"These martial "scrap-loving- " attained a higher grade than he. ern flank In France, thereby resting Englishmen, Scotsmen and Irishmen full knowledge of the conditions nnd BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. Some excuse is always found to land its north right In Antwerp. are not very consciously patriotic. for the benefit of the men. Generally ii Democrat. When the Germans poured over in- They are not moved to enthusiasm by It is a serious mistake to reverse A buuch of juicy plums was hand- to Belgulm and were halted at the flag. They are much more eager the air current. If thero is a fire in ed out to the faithful in the Cur- Leige, the Belgians thought and to sing 'It's a Long, Lorig Way to tho mine, it is apt to drive inflammable gases over the fire and cause rency Act, which was supposed to be hoped that the French and English Tipperary' than 'Rule Britannia,' and In reality It provides would come if the city could hold I am afraid that their brothers and an explosion. If tho air currpnt is One dealer or agent in " P that all attorneys, experts, assistants out for a week. Then, after Lelge their cousins may not be attracted by reversed in a mine that makes sonic vour citv and virinitv to gas, and in which some open lights clerks, and other employees shall be fell, the Belgians were sure that the most fervent declarations sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe tvKOsA that employed without regard to Civil their allies would come to their re- the country is In danger. They will are used, the inflammable gases ma Motors, which are advertised in all reputable Service. magazines of tho world. This advertising lief at Namur. never believe it. No eloquence and bo pushed out on tho naked lights, camDainn reaches thousand's who have use so that an explosion follows. The tidy sum of ?i 00,000.00 was They wero certain that between no facts ever persuade them that fQr portable and detachable rowboat provided in an act approved July I.elge and Brussels the allies would Britain can really be Tho mine foirmnu should see that 2J threatened by motors, but who would have no fisc tor launches on IS of this year and passed by Dem- build a wall of steel. Up to the any foreign nation or by all tho for- airways havo as largo a cross sec- account of lack of time and no summer homes. Write tlon as is practicable, and dirt or is ocratic vot'M, in order to allow the present time France nnd England eign nations combined together. promptly for particulars as to how representatives are with and protected. Begin operations at occretniy of Con.n-.ercto make ap- nave let Belguim shift mostly for "The most effective recruiting ser- slate should not be permitted to aconce bo as to abtain the full benefit of the season. pointments outeido the civil service, itself. geant tor thesu men, who, because cumulate in them. Falls should be EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY JAM J I "I Mitso appointments to be accredited The inarch of events In Belguim is they love fighting must necessarily removed as son as discovered. Large 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN &t VJ tM airways and but ample io tho Stnte Department. pathetic. Nino-tenth-s of the country be the' best fghtors, would be a man 43 !lS&2E22:3II22HiSSMa3KK2J5S' aCSSSJKT Another attack on the merit and a in the grip of the Germans Their af their own kind, who would tell currents arc better tlmn narrow air. 'illity nysteai was made iu the Sun-nr- y Jitie3 towns, villages and farms Uiem In their own language what ways and air currents move no .fast Civil Act of June 23, 1913. which have been laid waste. They suffer inagnltlcent fun a buttle Is, and how that they stir up and curry coal ZT&-Z&n iiiiim ppww xm utkoriied the- Secretary of tlieTreas-';- . horrors of war as cruol as those in it knocks football and a twenty-roun- d dust. to ignore the Civil Service list tho clxtn and seventh .centuries, and The fire boss should tako on his boxing contest Into a cookih employing assistants for the rounds only his safety lamp and a yet this war is not of their making. ed hat. DAILY BCTW'U architect. The Belgians bad no quarrel with "An East End doctor asked one of portable electric flash light, or betThe Income tax division of the tar-- i jermany. "" uls women patients why her brother ter a "permissible" electric lamp, r-- ; ' "M law authorises, the Secretary of shunned the heavy oast-cr- n had enlisted. 'Ob, I don't know,' was for examining the roadway to .pro Ciriuiin? .o Treasury . and the Comnilsioner fortifications of France by over- tho reply, 'he always wants to be In, veht stumbling before becoming aVj to the darkness. Even in .t venue Inter to appoint running a neutral state. The world everything. 'E's one of them nosey ,, open-lici Hi , inspectors-an- d mine, art open light otH- - never caw a more striking example sort.' Whet she meant was that her an wr ).l o the Civil Ser- - of the intolerance and bigotry of broher was a Born adventurer. Sol- should not be ta'cen on inspection, "iv! : Vvv . o ' ( .' fprco. diering was probably o bore to him There is always danger of walking . .. (t i ,uit October Surely Antwerp' suffered enough ia peace time, but be just had to bo .into danuerous nlaces with the naked 'v Tight and in ihi way lighting the fi. '. u ciHdiiyr and when the profession of arms became n it avI'.oe the gun bogin to shoot. i' fr . . o. Vi i i t .a '. Or'il .rv ce. the chief occupation of men to be "The couth of England a! a ay 3 E3R. The miner, if, be has a safety m hiilway Pby I ill -- parc-d lu this, the 'begin- has prot'.uocd adventurers. assault r.iatt In.; p. should c&'rcTully raise It to tho . - COP " 't'e T'3U.,e AH?un 11, ning of tlte twentieth century. oi' the inen who Bulled with Drake ' ... it3A.JI. f -r 4... j :.- -.: '..' a a provision re- I.Iea Cava from the north, be- - uent Just for the fun of the tliiag. roof, move if slowly acros the work- 1 nt,' face ff !5i"--- ' r ""- - t. ! '' .i" i o it masters iu ilegod ar.'l captured Antwerp before Salvation Too felt that he had a ''minutes and hold it for two or three I In the corner at each rib '' .i' Lake a now Civil j tl.e ytar 1000. t ..' .. ..& i.' Mir.. till " ' mission from heavon to kill Span- to test for gas that may have col . :srr coy. oicrt's-- j. o. j ' ..i i ii. The only ps- '. iIJ The tusy people of Antwerp wero lards, but bis messmates killed I' lected. If rio gas is found, the roof ;.H ci.'er oppor- - always allot. . .i full of courage, because Spaniards and were killed by them and face should be sounded with a ior Donjoeriita to t..ke an ex- - they were always liberty-lovinfor the thrill of lite game. pick or yardstick, while touehlug tlnn and bo appointed regard- Along wjth England in the ttalr-- 1 "I do not think that any other with one band the piece being test ment to powder are tit onco the,.wealthy, for he hiado man things "f the wtneea of d u present In- - reeuth century the Autwerpluns had pcoplo fight Quite in the same spirit 'out, if ho happens to be a Ite- - habeas corptu, tho doctrine ofovcry as the British and the Irish. Thi:i ed. If the lump shows the presence wonder and the terror of the allied of stoel besides tho Implement of of gas. It should be drawn very irosts. Nothing llko them has uvor war. Ho died many yoars nfco, and 'nillcan. man's homo being his cnstlo and spirit has two distinct sides to It. Hlowly toward one uud put undor before been seen in warfare, amPtbe, 'his daughter is "the prosint chief Uip passage of this bill, tho right of man to ho Judged bv There Is the jioro rollickthe coat to smother the'flamo If. tho possession of them and tho know-lan- d Inspiration of the factories Sho . .vi'vor, Ciillop, of Indian?, who his poers. ing recklessness and the dour, stubgas has fired fnsldo tho gauze. The ledgo that they could not bo dtipll- - Is among the, wealthiest, If she Is " Im'ily speudiiiR his last term in In the next few centuries Ant- born persistence, ns characteristic Conseco, su seceded in attaching an werp's commerce was world wide. nf tho modern Scotch regiments as working placo should then bo left at cated gavo Qerniany much of Its not, Indeed tho vory weulhlust, worn- once, burs or timbers put across the cockhureneis in tho tight. The story an iu her own right in the world. amendment removing not only Always between Antwerp and be- it was characteristic of Cromwell's track, and tho gas reported to the pf how their exlstenco was carofully ICssen Ik Iu Prussia, a little northpoMmustcrh, hut nil clerks, tween England there havo been closo Ironsides. mine- foreman, firo boss, or nearest concealed form tho Gorman army, east of Duxseldorf, and tho allies :ity and rural carricra from under trade relations. enjoys fighting "Tho Scotchman Clll Sorvica rules, and allowing the In tho sixteenth century tho city every bit as much as tho cockney, oiilcial. The mliior should never at- with tho exception of 40 officers, Is have A long way as well as a rough way, to get to It. Hut ouco tlte Gerpostmasters to appoint thorn for was taken by the Spaniards and twice but his Interest Is deeper and quiet- tempt to, brush out gas. Many min- well known. ers have been burned or killed by four ycar3. Tho famous Krupp foundries wero mans' began to retreat It Is said that' sacked and pillaged. er, part of bis religion. When a pi- trying this. established fully a hundred years ago ono wing of thu alllea'wlll swing out This amendment i;ot by In the Iu the beginning of the modern ous man fights nnd finds fighting Tho suggestions aro contained In by a man of that name. Committee of tho Whole with u largo history the pi'oplo wore lnduseriouh pleasant he Is ho most terrlbje fightIt was, how- fur enough to Bweep Essen from attendance. They saw nu easy chance and progressive. Thoy loved liberty, er In .the world. The cavaliers dis- Miners' Circular 1G, copies or which ever this man's sou Alfred, born In tho map. ThlB would even up many scores, to cet away with litis because under and therefore they defended their covered and In tho seventeenth cen- may bo had by applying to tho Di- 1812, who made the works tho forerector, Bureau of Mines, Washing- most of their kind in the world by for ns tho source of their sorest sufa rule of the lloutiC of Representa- liberty until the last tury, I am certain that If Sir WU-lal- ton, D. O. "" ' tives no record volo caa bo had when his discovery of a method of casting fering, the wholo allied force has They had an ye for the beautiRobertson Nicoll beats up reHouho Is Bitting as a Committee ful, and In the sobUm ,igo of Cothlc cruits from Young Mon's Christian the steel In largo masses. Tho process in It "In for" the Krupp factories. The Factories. And who can blame them? of the Whole. architecture they built a cathedral Associations nnd Uiblo classes, they Tho Germans have wrecked Liege goncral terms, Is tho remulttng of Next day, however, tho vote camo which is ono of the wiuuieM of Eu- will form tho fiercest and most de- and Lou vu In uud Rhelms, and now puddled steel in crucibles so that It Hopeless I.uiik Trouble Cured. up In tho House for confirmation. rope, nnd in this "ntbedral I3 Uuliens' termined battalions in all the allied It Is tho intense desiro the burning Is very uniform in quality and wolds Muny recoveries from Lung TrouDut In tho meantime the newtp.ipors "Descent of the Croty' and other armies." ambition of the allies to capture, in perfectly. The main secret of tho had, printed stories of this attempt world-famopain.'i.ntj retaliation, ho fatmous Krupp steel process is kept Inviolate in tho bles are duo to Dr. Ilell's Plno-Tato extend tho spoils syttem and overMiibiclanb, poets and p.iln'ir.t foundries. A compulsion from the Honey. It strengthous the Lungs, works" ut Essen, Germany. night 'Poinocratn had grown frlglit-cue- d found tseleon.'.' In Ai.iwc-rp- . It The feeling Is easy to understand, lTnlted Staes, sent to study cannon checks the Cough' and gives FOR FLETCHER'S relief ut tho thought of how their was tho homo of for It Is tho Krupp factories that foundries uud various methods of at once, Mr. W. 8: Wllklns. Gates, and ilib on this question might look to atmosphere thnt votes jiwrouiirfs the have supplied Germany with the am- armament manufactures, was postlve N, C. writes: "I used Dr. Bell's (ireater Safety For Mines. the folks bicli home. So, with tho works of this geuim m (ho sp'tU of munition uud ordinance that have ly denied entrance to the works. In a case given up as solid voto of the Republicans and Antwerp Washington. Oct. 9. With tho made her such 11 formable foo' In What tho Krupps knew about such hopeless and It effected w complete Progressive party members, tho If it does fall and Is torn to piece. Idea of obtaining greater safety for war. Hut for tho vast output of these euro." Get u bottle of Dr. Hell's Plno- amendment wan defeated, although its late will only serve to bhow the men who work In tho coal mines works the end of tho present conflict things was thelr'stock In trade, and If your cough is dry and eighty-on- e Democrats finally voted that the soul of. Artllla, "The of the country, the United States Uu- - would long ago been sighted. Rut they did not propose to share the uucKing . let it trickle down the Scourage of Cod" Is today tho souls' reau of Mines has Just issued a mini-- 1 those marvelous siego" guns which knowledge. for It. throat, you will surely get relief. On- indicated, men. As herctoforu the of ber of important precautions In re- - batter dowu forts and crumble ce grow enormously, ly 23c. ut your Druggist. Alfred Krupp has profited by these pieces of accomplished BRITISH REGARD several legislation nearly four million dollars. It would have provided almost FIGHTING AS seventy-fiv- e million dollars, If It had not been for the combined opposition of Republicans nnd Progressives who carried their points by making Pledge Broken and Spoils It necessary for Democratic Con- Not so Much Patriosm as gressmen to record their votes, a Love For "Scrap."' System Used. thing which they were not willing to do, although they wore perfectly willing to force through the merit Democratic Congressmen Vote system if they could "do so without Would Rather Sing "Its' a long their votes being recorded. Way to Tipperary" Than $4,000,000 to Reward And all this was done notwith"Rule Britannia" standing this declaration by the DemHenchmen. 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"How about y6u doing .tho tango on family Jag nny better than your husband?" nml safer SIDELIGHTS ON giving me the use of half of his mil- itary map. an-gr- 'y '"The Impression I gathered from EUROPEAN WAR conversation with the officer was the'stroet?" For Own Consumption. Jydgc Auscd at Novel Flan Ne- ' v J A distinguished French artist, who was sent to tho front to got Inspiradrunk." tion for war pictures, was captured "I don't know that If your schemu by the Germans at St. Gerard, near Prom Getting Drunk. FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN If generally adopted would result In Namur. Ho gives the following ac All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors much good for 'temperance, hut It From h foundation of (he SUI (o tho Irtiet negro woman, would certainly keep a lot of men out count of his experiences: Lula Shufford, time The only complete collection in cxliteece "After sleeping In a barn with filling her occupation as cook and of hlo court." Pictures of nil riwMcats of the United Sutei,romVnl Zouave; prisoners, a soldier standInston to Wiiju. I L.t.1 of fill Nations In olon. The very residence! on Hryan Street, disclosed "Ynsbnh, Jcdge." rnmoadi.f latest Kentucky MapsliOMiinc Counlicj.town ing over us with fixed bayonet, wo nil nnd districts, etc. Latest KeitucLy lensm. miffragclto temperance Ideu In the "I am going to fine you only ?&. were called at five tho next morncomplctemapoft!ielnitrlfct.itc3. 1 uilnndccmilctcmapnftlio Kentucky sLctcliiii.lten tl croiltlcal folcity court yesterday, which, If wotld. InthcIIIstorical If you had not got on the street, I ing. The prisoners were told to peel of thn. fetate totlicptcicnttlmc. statistic from tlicfound-itlolowed by her sex generally, would would n6t have fined you." It IncluJei: All State OSiclJs. Executive Department. All potatoes for tho field kitchen. I Departments of the fe'.Me Government witli the heads of each got-In- g result In shifting the burden of "Come on buck" called Sergt. Department an J the force with their salaries. Vnrious made my toilet while a guard followKentucky llcrmli nnd Courts wiltt their ttaff with officers nml drunk from the sholders of the Cole, the turnkey. Political Committees nnd Organiiatlor s of thy salaries. ed me about. At six all the soldiers husband to those of the wife. 'rte. Kentucky UrlteJ fctatcs Senators. Kentucky Chief hegau to form up. Orders came from vllitlcc. bpeakent of the Kentucky House. C.onprcsiioi.al Tho Lust Mobil ballon. Why Not Publish It. Her plan did not lessen tho con- CommU-io- n Kiilro-tDistrl-trs. benatorial Districts. tho ofllcers like pistol shots, the click Counties of Kentucky, when made nnd from what Counties. (Jake, II. Harrison.) sumption of booze, but changed the When you want a fact to becomo AU of the Vital SUtiitici of Kentucky responsibility of the Jag from one KCiierally known, the right way Is of heels and the thud of shoulder In serried ranks behold the men, The youh, tho middle-age- d and This unique and valuable Atla3 U free Htdc of the limine to the ohcr, which to publish It. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, arms coming an from one man. Woe If not to all Evening Post to the man slightly out of line! gray, I? at, least a change from the old pCru, Ind., was troubled with now a subscriber, send S3.00 for a full "I was placed In the middle of a Go marching out of human ken, tale of the husband doing iB( gour stomach and frequent head-doin- g year's subwription, or $2.00 for a t. Into eternity, today. months' subscription by mail. all the drinking and the wife aches. She writes, "Pfeel It my duty mnrching column, and as I was loaded with my knapsack and coat (a Behold their eyes, with glassy stare, Pleese undariLiiJ. these ratee are by mall all the weeping. to tell others what Chamberlain's Only, and not through carrier er agent. soldier near to mo carrying my paLook upward as they lie in ranks Lula lokcd her part. She was Tablets have done for me. They have OUR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER: pers,) I could take part in the sensa- Along the trenches open there, black and had a high, Indian-lik- e helped my digestion and regulated $3.00 tions of the men under tho iron disDaily Erenini Post, one year Between the rowsofearthen banks. cheek bone, denoting that she could niy bowels. Since using them I have 41.50 Kentucky CoTeraor WaU Chart martyrdom with social fortl- - )uwn entirely well." For sale by all cipline of the officers. The road lay suffer Hartford Republican. 1 yr - Jl.(Kv laches thick of chllky dust, which Some faces show the mark of pain, ' tudc. ATT. POP - - - S3.B0 dealers. rose In clouds above our heads. ... Some wear a sad and anxious look, Officer Ham was the prosecutor ktMWi "Never were we allowed to open But most of them show terror.plaln, ts Notice In ltiiiikriiptry. against her on a who appeared Ji! h&dwL.ti, tJ& a as I had seen the marching Belgians As it were written in a book. charge of being drunk and dlbor- in the District Court of the Unlt-dorldo and let the air circulate. We They felt the call to mobilize cd States for the Western District plodded on the whole day, the only Where spirits Join the host of "I found this woman" tebtlfled r Kentucky, rest being when there was an occaspace, the officer, "on the sidewalk, with In the matter of Joseph Mortimer sional block on the road. The march And they were made to realize elevated skirts." Fallon, a bankrupt. was as If on parade. Should one fall , That they with Death stood face "Was she drunk?" nBked Judge Op .this 7th day of October, A. D., out of step the shouts of his superior to face. Dlggs. Jfllf, on considering the petition of up. she had liquor, the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, soon brought him "I don't think "Now and then men were waiting And now w'th sightless eyes they but dope," replied the officer filed roji .the 25th day of Juno A. D., lie, nothing but booze old 1914, it Js ordired by the court that with buckets, and as the column "It was Hands folded on each breathless put In Sergt. Cole, u hearing be had upon the same on swung by the soldiers dipped in their time booze," aluminum cups. Another man would breast. x the turnkey; "she had he real stuff the 44th day of November, A. D., be holding a biscuit tin full of And gaze into the tearless sky In her when she got here." 1914, before said court at Louisville sweets, or it might be handfuls of Awaiting God to do the rest; "Are you a specialist on Jags, ser- in said district, at 10 o'clock Jn the prunes, but still the march went on. While men with shovels hurl the clay geant?" asked the Judge. forenoon, or as near thereto as pracypon lielr stiff and lifeless forms, "It was remarkable to see the field "I know whiskey when I get a ticable, and that notice thereof be d Instinct with life but yesterday, smiled the turnkey.. publican, a newspaper printed in said postofflce at work; the armed whiff fit It," postmen stood by the marchAnd yet, today, but food for "Where did you get that whisky, district, and that all known creditors worms. , persons In Interest may ap- ing column receiving the post cards and other Lula?" asked the court , Will .help parents develop their sons into to them. "It taken It from mail ol' man." pear at said time and place and show handed hand overSometimes an officer fowling piece or And what has' brought this horrid a . the best type of citizens and Christian "Why did you take It from him?" cause. If any they have, why the would hanging chonge, "Ter keep him from gettln' drunk. praer of said petitioner should not intlque with the address gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatrora (t. Why has this butchery been made? . "I see; you were doing him a he granted. "At noon I was handed over to Ambition, in its hellish range, tered and comes from the best homes in WITNESS tho Honorable Walter kindness. Did you prevent his get I the- - regiment. I was And War, with all his bloody ting drunk?" Evans, Judge of safd Court, and the iricers and left the South. Its capacity is limited, there311 the box 'seat of a char-abau- c full trade! "Yassah, I sho did." seal thereof, at Owensboro, In said jf officers and could observe the mar- Have set the hearts of men on fire fore, reservations should be made early. "Hut you got drunk yourself, did district, on the 7th day of October, vellous organization of the column. With patrl6tlc, flashing blaze, you not" A. D., 1914. Place your son in this select gioup of Tho pace was at a walk, but con- And lo! tho conquering desire. , A: G. ItOXALD, Clerk. "Yassah, Jedge." tinuous. And lust for blood, nre now a M. E. DUNN, D. C. "Do ou think ou can handle the boys. Write "Ammunition wagons, field pieces, craze. :arts filled with flour, "whole trains of enoromous pontoons pulled by Designing rulers feed the flame, heavy horses, and great traction Tho common people fight and die, iK pulling slego guns, arnica us Yet know not where to place tho flfl For catalogue and information. Box A. m mil motor cars filled with doctors blame, CPI Nor where tho roots of discord He. ind officers, whoso only .distinguish-n- g mark is4a strip of color at the They simply move, as moves the hand Tllrrntorl liv thn rulinrr hmln at the same neck all advanced If, you aro not familiar with Llppin- pace. And do not seek to understand cott's jou are doing yourself and UV-ck-LA- a Why they are made to suffer pain. "Should a slight block occur the the publishers an lnjubtlcc. wholo columu.. would stop as one train, tho drivers' passing tho mes- When at then end tho time shall H niatrMl B5WnT!Bi!iaJA sage back by a pumping movement conic, II innde with tho flat on high. Tho That hearts of men are' read j warning of a declivity or bend In tho aright, road passed backwards like inus-kotr- y And those who devastate tho homo fire. All vehicles belonged to Stand forward in the proper light; tho amiy. Some had chalked on their The curse of God shall bound their "The Standard Fiction Magazine grey, sides 'Berlin-Paris- .' doom, 'Sotnotlines the column would lot And he'll receive them in despair, of America" Feel right all the time. Don't lay off an enormous grey motor omnibus For they will bring to it a bloom, from work for days by taking calomel x Kecp3 you Of which hell Is not yet aware! when pleasant Uo- dash by, and through the glass sides NOW IN ITS 4Cth YEAR ' on your feet, whiloreliovingyour troub- I saw htaff officers bending over Keep Is it posbiblc there is a woman in this country who conStomach and Idler Health. mm i IfV r sTpr Ton. ami uasv lu mitt; jvu l itr a maps. Every driver and service man S LentS a UOpy &J.UU a leaf tako ,,nvthimr else. You can't afford tinues to suffer without giving Lydia 11. Pinkham's VegeA vigorous Stomach, perfect workcarried his weapons, tho great wa- ing Liver nnd regular acting Vowels it. Eliminates poisons, clean3C3 sys- table Compound a trial after all the evidence that is con(Tho first magazino to originate tho tern and relieves constipation. A nat- gons simply bristling with rifles. you wil! "tiso Dr. .which proves beyond contradicis guaranteed If tinually being published, ural remedy, natural in its action, suro ldea of publishing a coinploto "On our way wo passed crowds King's Now Life Pills. Thoy Insure It m e"e" unli .,j,V,,",,i I',-"- : will tion that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffernovel In each number.) of peasants returning to their ruined won't bo lone before Liu- - Vcr-La- x women than any other one medicine in the world ? homes. It was pitiful to see them good Digestion, correct Coimtlprtlon ing among completely displace calomel in ever.'J and have an excellent tonic effect YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION home. Children can tako it freely anl. We have published iu the newspapers of the United States humbly raise their hats to the In- on tho wholo system Purify your with perfect safety. Every bottle vaders. Wo passed many villages in blood and rid you of all body poisNone fiOe and &1 in bottles. BRINGS YOU more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been pub' genuine without tho likeness and sijna-turruins. of any other medicine for women ons through the Dowels. Only HCc. 12 lished in the interest sa'.o by of L. K. Grimsby. For Great Complcto Novels. 75 Short "Lockcd-u- p houses were instantly nt your Druggist. and every year we publish jnany new testimonials, all gen50 J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ki CO Timely Articles. Stories. broken open and searched. Tho bet5' uine and true. Here are three never before published : Striking Poems. 200 Pages of He Finished. wero pillaged for ter class houses "You ought to havo seen Mr. MarTHE wine, every Boldler marching with From Mrs. S. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I. SEWING knapsack. shall when he called to seo Dolly bottles sticking out of his women who puffer as I havo .rnoviDKNOK, K.I. "Tor tho benefit of Llpplncott's Is enjoying a big re"A French aeroplane daringly flow the other night," remarked Johnny done I wish to sUito vhat Lydia E. Pinkjiam's Vegetable Compound OF c paid lb Thousands of above the column, tho German shrap- to his sister s young man. "I tell vival of popularity. forme. I did sonio heavy lifting and tho doctor lmsdono nlong-Id- o QUALITY. now readers have b6on addod to its nel ineffectively bursting Ilko llttlo you ho looked fine a slttln' displacement. I havo always leen weak and I overwoikecl caused n of her with his 'arm" nervous prostho past subscription lisv during after my baby was bom and inllamnintion set in, then Lydia k. Pmlc-hiim- 's balls of thistledown underneath it. "Johnny!" gasped his sister col- few months, and Us circulation ts tration, from which 1 did not leeover until I had taken InHt, at a vlllago near tho "At Tho Compound is my best friend and Vegetable- Compound, NOT Increasing rapidly. French frontier, I was set down In oring. SOLD when I hear of a woman with troubles liko mine 1 try to induce her "Well, so ho did," insisted Johnny. millrle, where, nt a long Mis. S. T. Uicumoxd, 100 Waldo Stieet, the littered to take your medicine-.UNDER (ablo lighted by tho unshaded light "Ho had his arm". ANY l'lovldeiicc, It. I. "John!" screamed his mother HOW TO REDUCE THE of lamps, staff officers wero quickly OTHER frantically. A Minister's Wife Writes: writing, giving out orders between NAME. COST OF GOOD READING "Why." whined tho boy, "I was" CLOQuirr, Minn. "I havo suffered very imich with irregularitle.i,'s tho puffs of cigarettes, At a word ' "John!" said his father, "leavo y pain and inilammation, but your wonderful medicine, Lydia L. 1 p for Sond stood at utteutiou, tho WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Vegctablo Compound, has made mo well and I can lecomnu'iul tho room!" And Johnny left crying clicking their boots and their hands Jen-ni- u Kyonpiin llano tlx.NHY HOMi: ou will tho samo to all that are ttoubled with theso complaints." Jure. as ho went. Lippincott's "Little Book of Big have a 11'" otw t nt tlio pi ico you puy.undwlU at tho sldo liko a etatuo. Akuiimax, co J low K. AuwurH, Cloquet, Minnebota. "I was only going to cay that ho not luve an enillem ohtu n of rt'iwlw, Bargains" "Oreat bundles of dotallod maps , army clothes on!" D. Murdoch, Quincy, Mass. brought in, and distributed for had his wore From Mrs. J. QuaKty N'ow Edition Just Published for the . Touqa' UiTwhoIe I'll on inarch. tho following duH doctor said that I lied organic trouble South Qui.ncv, Mass. S,eaou 1013-l"tiiftmltHiajn' Tablets havo done ConiitBtwi I be jdeiks. any rolief. X 'the room was it to and ho doctored mo for a long tinto and did not get paw Jtfdia E, l'lukham's Vegetable Compound ad- who wore writing- all ulghi wltit mnry lor uio'tliBi) I ever dated hope UI'ON ItEQl KST SENT ?IW:8 it is die MSiiX l battli of w(lno on tho table, Jlrotb for," writtw Mr. lSntljer Mw Uaicor, bilked and I tried it and found relief bcioio 1itIUkI OlCJCSt uU $ finished Iho fast Untie. J eontiiwod tukhjjj J. B. LIPP1KC0TT COMPANY from tho Hold hilclKui wiUi. Ulauk Sneiurport, N. Y "I iioed eeral thiougu luuliUB hto aiut am now a, etronjj, njaitnv r m ,VV,YJf ihtmiU lmrd'-'n-s ef i nrtrli i b PUII VII !IHI UA'.'MSOtONhtH'rf a brlak, BJJi4o,aiUbot.' - f thes . f ii i m.i uu or an-- ' suprjiu: with a boyy .licet : ' H jii'BijoftH.b tVradn St SrtUfli cmm, ! I t !l h - ttclv ll to lrlio 1 Hm llllliv. y-it l WrttolftTVyT f, x th opc.i hill iie' 'uenuiK l'i ((JttX1 t. PI ' - Ial uuyi.14' I was fcUt.i twpcr . lour U'tioriiiii isiaciws Ca, Gup-- d, a if!.!: nee. Tfte Now Hcbm HVWA c FIHUIXTA " by a vomun and he! 1 in ttri.t kindly dec r. to return, one staff officer Aa u waUiv l.luc gress to Fcevent Husband I sho' novnlt tries dnt." "Vou Just nbsorhed a plain, comfortable stew and prevented your gctlln on a rough husband from house Jag, which might have resulted In the changing of the ninp of tint community?" "Ycssah, tlat'H hit, Jcdge. Hat man oh mlno sho' am bad when ho gits "Jedgc, French Artist Germans Marches Finds surprlso that Knglnnd had joined with their enemy. One saTtl he was sorry for the Belgians nnd even for With the French, but they would novcr forgive Kngland. Applj Hbuin's Kicely Inr I.unibnK". Your at tacks of Lumbjgo uo 'ot nearly so hopeless as they neoni ou can relievo them almost limfiiitly by U simple application of Slo.iii'n Lini ment on tho back and IoIuh. I.uii.- bago Is a form of rheumatism, nnd j yields perfectly to Sloan's, which penetrates quickly all In thriiii;h the ' sore, tender muscles, limber up the back and makes It feel flno. Gpi a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 2f cents of nny druggist and have It In tho house against colds, bora and swollen joints, rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and Ilko ailments. Your money back If not satisfied, hut it docs give almost Instant relief. I Real Work. HE MWS ' l j .'.. "... u. y j$ I HWWt MMK t Hte 1 clr-lc- al s. .. belch-thnadha- re I TZXi , y. J Vanderbilt Training: School for Boys blue-:oate- ELKTON, KY. cn-;In- es g MATHEIMEY 6l BATTS 5 1 IJlliSSSlESSffilSwEEISESSSSSagSIi) !M f wna LimKiLUf MAGAZINE For Lazy lAvev and the Trembles ol Constipation, Vcr-La- I gruar-nnrp1- NEW tuk-ham- uldo-do-cam- To-da- . J .savr ffgFST - f' n i 1,- mf? r r l i 1 i'si H irtiord Republican. ncTor.llnn to law t tho l'oto!llr Ky., mmll mottcf o( th Mcooil " ru some of tho reasons for Wlllson's WHAT THE FREE liolt of O'Rear, but not nil yet, and aomo nioro reasons Incident!wo nro opposed to WHlson. i why ? 1 $SOO&OO&O00OO$,&&&OOOO0OO o V i Why not buy n load of tobacco? Tlip tobacco growers nro just n3 dc- - Among Other Things, The Aracri C. M. CJAnNETT, Editor & Proprietor ;serVnK ns tho cotton planters, lie AI.LISON BARN ETT. Associate Editor iWm ngallul the can Farmers Market and High loy hnve 1)ccn gro (tout niul most heartless trusst Standard of Living. change ::: Address nil communications to tho world cvor naw. Lot's the slogan In Kentucky from "buy n Hartford Republican. !lmlc of cotton," to a "load of tobac- The Democratic Tariff has reducCO." For Ined some things at least. NOTICE TO SUDSCHIBtiRS Mr. Dudley C. Jones, Progressive stance, fed oral revenue, industrial .c Bulmcrllwri leMnR III luiinrmlittii a new edJroM wot (five tho iilil inliinilii nmklnK thf nominee for Congreso in this district, activity, confidence in tho Democrati?i rUtiMt. hns withdrawn his candidacy In favor ic party, but not tho cost of living, vS Ilutlnrm Local anil Xntlrn Wi (r Hop nml S ns promUod by Wilson. Tho farmer of Hon. Sherman Hall, tho pr linn tor eneli mldlilomil Hint tlnii. Tli nominee. This Rlvos Mr. Hall has bcon forced Into tho "world mar-- 1 0!ttnnrt. ItMtilntlnii. . iin.l Cnnl of inU e per line, moiwy In iiitvrtin-ftho solid Republican strength and hot" nt tho cxponso of his own rich, iff Chnnh Xutlcra tor arrylrw frw, lint other Ho must cxcluslvo homo market. offers a flattering chanco for his fc I"1!- 'I". hureh no fnco foreign competition, based on a will Anonymous roinmunliwtloin fccalo of living that Is far below his attention. Do Kentucky tobacco growers want own. He Is no longer tho cxcluslvo to help tho American Tobacco Com- purveyor to tho richest, hungriest, T33.3SrSC5iTJ C. Ca.ra-corlaai2"3 pany sel"ct tho United States Senator .most extravagant 100,000,000 people CO w from Kentucky thin year? If so, in the world. He has rivals who nro they will vote for A. L Willson. more patient, more thrifty than him,rniDAY, orronKi: to. Sherman- Hall- tho 'Republican self. In exchange for thl3 monopoly candidate for Congress in tills dis- ho Is given nn opportunity to buy foreign-mad- e articles at reduced Tar- iff 1VHY WILLSON BOLTED O'REAR. trict, is a member of tho A. S. of E and some years ago helped to organ- iff rates. When A. E . Willson was elected Breckonridgo county. What farmer In tho Tnltcd States and Installed ns Governor of Ken- ize believes thai bis own prosperity Is W tucky, O'Rear was on the Court of If they would only hold up in the InAppeals bench, serving his second European war a few days, wo might enhanced when the prosperity of dustry is Impaired or destroyed? term, lie camo from the country get tho campaign started In Kent'Jocs ho not wish to see worklngmcn and grew up an orphan on tho farm. tucky. Cop rLt Hut SiUttWr & Man employed at .vaR'.s that will enable and tho Governor were the best lie them to pay for tho food ho furnish of friends. It was at O'Hear's sugThe Stntc election out In Califorgestion that Willson called tho nia is red hot between the Progres- cs? What farmer would wllllnl.v change his standard of living In ormeeting of tobacco growers and trust sives and Republicans. der to compete with the foruigu :: representatives at Frankfort in FebHall is the young champion of Re- fnrmcr whoso chief field animals arc ruary, 100S. At that meeting tho Governor was to read the riot act publican principles who merits your his wifo and daughters? Yet the American fnrmcr must change his lo tho trust, but he unexpectedly support. standards, to some degree at least, ' Louisville the night before went to Vote for Sherman Ball for Con- - If he is to share the American mnrk-e- t high und met somo fine haired, ;ross. The & with the foreign farmer. Jjjws, at tho Tendinis Club and . foreigner will Improvo his condition, a camo back to Frankfort with Clothing Is Xo Cheaper. and perhaps he will soon be riding In change of heart. The larruping which That the tariff on wool has had an automobile llko tho American 'hO was to give the trust representa- little or nothing to do with the fnrnler has been doing in the past tives fell on the heads of the poor cost of clothing to tho consumer, under Protection. Assembled, and that Free-Trad- e In wool has not farmers. assembled Tariff tho Under the Free-Trad- e mind you, upon the Governor's invi- operated to reduce tho price paid farmers' products have suffered a tation. No Governor of tho State for chothlng is abundantly demonhaving dropped about ever made such a disgusting specta- strated by an article from the decline, wheat 18 cents a bushel previous to tho cle of himself. He said not a word American 'Sheep Breeder for Sep- war. Wheat should never fall below against tho trust, which had so re- tember, which we print in another $1 per bushel In our general markduced the price of tobacco as to part of this Issue. Tho enterprising Is as low as It can profitpeople to face starvation, editor of that journal addressed in- ets. That bring our ably be produced, but it was only a but ho said to these men, who were quires to clothing manufacturers, Hogs and corn 80 cents. "You to retail houses, to department stores little abovo as law abiding as himself: would have berlously declined in bavo got to stop this lawlessness or and to "made-to-ordetailors, ask- price out for the ravages of the I will order out every able bodied ing whether or not clothing for men crop in linesooii to During this and women is sold over the counter cholera and the loss of the pan in the State." four of tho great corn producing-- ) tirade of an hour the trust represen- at a lower price than eight months States., Under normal conditions in tatives sat In the amen corner with ago, or just prior to the operation the large importation of corn, from diamonds in their shirt fronts and of the removal of the duties on only produce a They wool and the greatly reduced Tar Argentina could broad grins on their faces. heavy decline In price. had won their fight in Kentucky. iff on woolens, which did not take So there have been conditions that service. They know they had the Governor effect until January 1, 1914. The though with them. Hero was a ruler to replies are instructive and conclusive have helped the farmer, even 1 the Democratic party did all that was their liking. He would put down Whatever else Free-Trad- e In wool possible through the enactment of the farmers, as well as the lawless, and near Free-Trad- e In woolen cloth law for farm prodthe Free-Trad- e find "if it took every able bodied man in has accomplished it has not realized ucts, and the war is now about to the State to do it." The editor of the claim of fulfillment the promise make a demand upon the products this paper,' as National head of the of the In reducing the less. ' was price of the clothing worn by the of this country to feed tho armies American Society of Equity, and the noncombattants of Europe tbpre, invited by tho Governor, and people of the United States. It is that will tax its resources and reJtnows what he is talking about. At costing the Federal Treasury many quire all the surplus the United tho afternoon upsijjnn of this wonder millions in revenue which must be States can spare. O'ltgar sg j.ntro- - made good by odious "war taxes." ful meeting lUllga fc A TEXAS WONDER, has it benefited? duced by the Governor to speak, Nobody, though ho bad declined In ft talk The Texas Wonder cures kidney an Gene Joiner to llenu Jiautson- - bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, Willson only a ul,Ari time with villc High. cures ditbetes, wcaH tnd. laniq backs, fore, on the ground that he was on Prof. J. F. Guiler, who has .en speaking nlisut re- the bench and his rheumatism, and All ItlteUUiriUca of , I -. .1. u,e Tfl..1. "CllpOl Here "'S in criticism, However, Having. r'maSai m git tho kidheya and bladder in Toth men . ? a. .? called Upon he spoke, and hisjMuee Ui8 beginning "f tbe pffcient and women. Regulates uladuer troubeen ,?. & W W W W W "... w $ Gov-- ! term of sc'huol, last v'wk tendered bles In children .If not sold by your fepeoch greatly displeased the. resignation A the school board druggist, will send by mall on reernor It was a speech lu behalf charged with misapplication In buy- said also to huvo taken occasion to oYverB. He bpoke I and lett . Monday for his homo In ceipt oi ?1.00. Ono small bottle Is tho tobnern ing for the bank these notes which administer to tho prostrate, boy sevntl ... w,lur" 1. Ir lu nirvn rv1 tn fill of two months' treatment, and seldom FEDERAL COURT " "" 0' among the '" J! n " against lawlessness eral rather damaging kicks in tho he, It Is said, knew to bo worthless. ness, The board met last weci; ami tr.lls to perfect a cure. Send for tesfeuUized farmcra. and also said tho Then the boy was arrested Federal Judge Carpenter fixed side. unanimously agreed oi Prof. Gene timonials from this and other states. INDICTS LORIMER "trust should be made to obey the Bowling Green, us suc- Dr. E. W. Hall, 2'JC CHle Street, St. Lorlmer's bonds at $15,000 and those mid Jailed overnight. Joynor, of law, and if thoro was no law to roach Tho jury has brought In a verdict of Gallacher at $10,000. Tho three Tnko - Notice. lie cessor to Prof. Guiler. Prof. Joyucr it, statutes should bo enacted. arc at liberty on against O'Brien of "guilty of assault no comes well recommended and Reward A liberal reward Is offer- Ousted Senator Charged With other defendants they wero origin and false Imprisonment," ami ban eaid that while it might be necessasplendid man for bonds fixed when ed by an Invalid for the restoration ry on some occasions to use the doubt will make a freighter $1,500 awarded ally indicted. Misappropriation of was the place. He has had considerable of a policy which ho lapsed while in Aiding fcoldlcrs to enforco order, that Judge Carpenter ashed tho fore experience in high schocl work and good health. Address "Shortsighted," only a surface remedy and he believman of the grand Jury whether Inrecently completed a course No. 13 Short Street. Bank Funds. ed In going to the root of tho evil. has Just vestigation of tho caso had been conNormal at Bowling Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, That ho "did not believe an Idea at the State Joyner arrived hero cluded. The latter replied that It had Worcester, Anglo- - Green. iVof. State Mutual Life, of could bo driven through an upon his new Lorira- - not. Sunday and eiiteied Chicago, Oct. 8. William 13tt Muss. Saxon's head with a bayonet." Madlson- '.Monday morning. cr, voled out of tho United States These expressions wero applauded duties American Sailors Lose Their Lives. Senate after an Investigation on tho by the farmers. Willson got mad vllle Hustler. Washington, Oct. 12. A radio- ground that he had not been legally Xnte, Prof. Joiner lias scores of TDK FLETCHER'S Ho turned through and through. is tho son gram lo tne revenue cutter strvlco elected, was Indicted In ;the federal I and pounded with his friends in Hartford. He red In tho face B V. Joiner and is today rrom the commander of tho Court today on a charge of misapgavel until he almost split the ta- of the late Rev. T. reported the plications of funds of the La Salle fcteaU Cherries; 'Collects Duinugcs. was restored, ho better known to his local friends as Behrlng Sea fleet ble and when quiet selected as head of drow'nlng of Assistant Surgeon L. W. Street National Bank, tho forerunner Chicago, 111,, Oct. 10. Stealing rebuked tho audience for applauding Gene. To be men hon- La Saile Street 'Trust cherries proved an unexpectedly got mad Madlsonvllle High School .Is anUn..1,1 Jenkins, . II. S and five otner of tho defunct such sentiments. Willson ,.. 'when a boat from the cutter Man and Savings Bank. Lorlmer was pres- profitable enterprise for at O'Rear and refused to support or 01 which any yuuB swamped Saturday In Unalga ning proud. Gene will make good. It resulted In. a Thhmas Creightoh. ident of both institutions. him when he rnn for Governor us the bo Puss, off Capo Sarlches. Tho Indictment also named Jdseph legal decision granting him $l',500, nominee of his party, because lie Hublcl Cut lilt a Little Baby The message said: of the P. Gallagher, with whom ho had been which the court will force the policeStood up In the presence Suffering from a mad cat bite, "A boat from tho revenue cut- associated In. tho contracting firm man who arrested him to pay. mighty trust representatives, assem- Riley Webb.n Kentucky river farmer, Manning landed by Capo Sarlchlast Juno Creighton i Ono evening of Lorlmer & Gallagher, as' a bled at Frankfort, and spoke for tho of near Whiteburg, passed thru Lex- ter es, In Unalga Pass, In order to carry with aiding und and several other boys penetrated, charged growers of Kentucky, when ington on his way to Bowling Gredn, tobacco medical aid to an employe of tho abetting tho alleged misapplication with plundering Intent, tho. back At the Ky., taking his they needed a champion. follows fast upon feeding pigs, pout- - , llghthoiiso at that point. In return- of yard of a house next door to Police- try, horses and cattlo on some of ( the funds. convention which nominated O'Rear child for treatment of a mad cat bite. sick ing from tho beach with tho for Governor, the writer was a mem- The Stnto Board of Health will inves- man The grand Jury also returned In- man James O'Brien's home. In tho the many varieties of grains and the cutter's boat was swamped, filling their hats ofllci-al- s gloom they were Commltteo tigate and treat the child for tho cat Resolutions ber of the running, dictments against tlireo oilier feeds you can get hero. Llko the owing to tho bad sea then 'the bank. Charles B. Munday, with cherries when the portly form feed Itself, your por.kers so fed, are, and when the question camo up as blto. Tho child had been 'suffering of strong tides and the with the Charles G. Fox, cash- of Officer O'Brien was seen advanc- apt to take first prize. Tho more' j ' to the endorsement of Willbon's ad- for several days. Its father wits and In that locality, the follow- vice president; ministration u majority opposed it, much worried. Lexington Leader. undertow wero drowned: ier, and Thomas McDonald, assist- ing upon them. The boys scattered, you uso what now is hero hayt ing persons but it was done lu the interest of ant cashier. Indictments charging and Creighton, running down tho al- corn, oats, bran, the less occasion " "Assistant Surgeon L. W. Jenkins, Take Notice. harmony and in our opinion cost tho the making of false entries were re- ley, stumbled and fell flat, smashing you will have for "condition pow- Wanted Wanted a home by a United States Public Health Service; Dela-garticket thousands of yplcSt At tM turned against these three on Aug- bis hatful of cherries underneath ders" and other curatives for youi Coxswain Demarco, 8eaman O'Brien following, name tlmo it did not appease the bright little boy, seven years old, " Lunchaug and Seaman ust 27. Today's true bills charge ad- him. Policeman ' Seaman also, stumbled, smashing under hha. live stock later. wrath of Willson for be refused to and a sweet little girl, flvo years old, Keoly and Luke Louks, the sick man ditional violations of this kind. i make speeches for O'Rear, and it orphans, whose father died without from tho lighthouse. Coxswain DeThe indictment against Lorlmer tho small form of James Creighton. insurance. Address "Orphan,"1 The following, melee resulted in counts was even necessary for Mr. Langlcy, life a, and Gallagher is In thlrty-sl- x marco was one of the crew of tho forcible knocking- - out of several tho campaign chairman, to go to care Children's Home. Th Produe Merchant rescued when that and charges that the Lorlmer & Gal- the who were Talk with C. P. 'KEtfWN, Agont, best front of James Creighion's Frankfort and abor with tho Gov'ship was recently lost at the western lagher Company gave worthless notes 'SVorcester, HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY ernor to keep him from coming out State Mutual Life, of for a 'total 'of 156,500. Lorlmer is teeth, and tho prostrate officer is 13tf end of the Aleutian chain." - Mass. publicly against him. We have glv- ffr(un! KMtrl TARIFF HAS REDUCED 1 !$ ' e lulrcrtl-emrnt- - ' . ' ' 0 FALL DAYS Call for Heavier Suits and Overcoats. Men's and I We respond to that call with the best line of Suits and Overcoats ever made. HART SCHAFFNER &'MARX Not only produce the best in quality and service, but the best styles for men and young men. show you the best This Store proposes this country. Young Men's Suits r" I f This Store proposes to furnish you a Suit at the price you g We make it you satisfactory pay that I want to to show awill give variety of patterns and styles at $ 0, great point a 51 $15, $20, $22.50 and $25. You will some more and g Free-Trade- rs some E P. BARNES & BR0., Beaver Dam, Ky. 1 if. ofla or-,u1- ADMIRATION Children Cry C A ST O R A fB .!... u slxteen-months-o- ia d, "... W. E. ELLIS ::& NO PROTECTION ' ern line by "Sopti-mbc- eleven-Inc- h Howitzers. off 29. - MiiKuzIno Fort Waelhem blown up ly shell TO IIYC WORKS fire. Fort Do Wnvrc-St- . Cathorlno put out of nctlon; fortH nt Liorro 4 Chemist Declares It Would Take ITS. RESULTS. 1 el Years to Establish Industry Owing to Competition. Illinois may bo tho location of tho Aioyou Hiitilit'd with tho' result your corpul uivi-- von? first nrlllne dye manufacturing tablishment in this country. es- "Ot tobrr 2. Tlicro was n heavy bombardment of the Ilolglan trenches. The llolglnns 'retired at night In good order nnd lined tho River Nctho. Tho Germans bogan to occupy the outer ring forts. A German aeroplane flew over tho city nnd dropped pamphlets urging the Inhabitants to surrender nnd savo them11 selves suffering. "Octoler 3. Arrival of frcsnh British troops who relieve fatigued y. Belgians on Uic southeastern section. Hero tho Germans concentrated their attack, which Is 'now almost exclusively an ortlllory attack. "October A. Quiet until evening, when the Germans began a furious bombardment of the Llerro and tho river bank trenches. "October 5. The Germans cross and tho river and occupy Llerro Duffel. The main Belgian army began retirement westward. "October 0. Departure of King Albert, tho Government and the forHeavy bombardeign ministers. ment of the Allied position. The Allied troops retired during the night on second line of forts. "October 7. Governor General De Guise announces that a bombardThe ment of the city is imminent. Germans cmplace batteries for their purpose and at midnight a heavy bombardment begins. "October S. Exodus of the popuThe bombardment of the lation. with violence. town Is continued The petrol tanks are ablaze. a southern suburb, is in partment of the Interior Franklin K. Lane held a conference a few days flames, a.fe also are many housess in ago with a number of manufacturers tho city. The defending troops on section are offering for the purpose of ascertaining the south-wewhether or not the Government can violent resistance. It Is decided to render any aid In 'bringing about an evacuate the city and the British and of such coal Belgian forces leave during the American production night. products as have been imported. "October 9. The fall and ocupa-tlo- n Although 'Germany has canceled s, ot Antwerp. tho embargo on exportation of "It will be seen that tho Germans according to advices transmit Wo exchange School Bookf treat from Rotterdam to Secretary of took a fortnight to drive tholr wedge n. ted j qu , Itb, .politeness nud glv1 ' ' State Bryan, no'lmmediatoTelief is Into the- southwest section of the de' fenses," the correspondent contins. exected from the shortage of fiuday, cictuueii jo. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO, This Was tho conclusion ues, "and this speaks volumes for Air. Hoyt Taylor, 'Who has for sev- reached last wock at a meeting in the stubborness of the defense. BritL M. & E. Ilallroad Time Table at eral months been 'located at Fayot-vlll- Philadelphia of 'officers of the Nation- ish raarlxBB'were hurried across last llurttonl, .Ky. N. C, Is at homo for several al Association of Hosiery and Un- Sunday and conveyed to Antwerp L. ft N. tlmo card effective Monday days. derwear Manufacturers, manufactur- with all speed. With them were Aur. 2 Int. ers, and representatives of dyestuff some bluejackets. They came withDr. J. A. Huff has moved, with Ills imports and domestic dye. manufac- out overcoats or kits, but cheerfully No. 112 North Ilound dun 7:19 a. m. family, to Dundee, where ho has dally except Sunday. turers. The meeting decided that It endured the cold and rain as well 2:20 p. m. bought property and will practice would bo hnposslblo to promise any- as tho ipulverlzlng fire. No. 114 North Ilound duo his profession. "Tholr reception all round was dally except Sunday. thing bat bleached white or undyed No. 115 South Hound duo 8:45 a. m. bought hosfery for next spring and sum- most enthusiastic. Mr. Harold Ilolbrook has "After Monday It was merely a dally except Sunday. now touring ear, equipped with mer. p. in. No. 113 South Bonnd duo 1:10 J. M. Matthews, a chemist, who question of enduring the terrific fire aulf starter and electric lights, that dully except Sunday. had Investigated tho situation thor- as long as possible. A large prois a credit to tho town. II. K. MISCHK13. Agt. oughly, declared the only way out portion of tho Belgian troops went Mrs. J. V. Q'Bannon, Guthrie, Ky.; was for textile manufacturers as an westward Monday and Tuesday to and .Mrs. R. K. Duke, city, were ibe organization to ralso capital to estab- ensuro an eventual line of retreat. guests of their parents at SelectJ lish domestic dyo works. Ho Peters Shoes. said: A largo additional force of British IIUII CLOTHING CO. from Monday until Wednesday. '"Everybody recognized that war con- marines arrived Tuesday morning. "Eventually tho Germans mountDobbs, several ditions aro temporary. Capital canEugcno Victor Rev. W. K. Hall, or Irvlngton. was guns. They city Monday. for president on the not be induced to enter into this ed their times candldato in tho great acGriffin arrived Thurs- Socialist ticket, will deliver nn ad business unless it Is assured of some were enabled to fire with Mrs. Maggie Tuesday thing more permanent. If Congress curacy, although on tho cold and dress at tho Fair Grounds day from Owcnsboro. were could be Induced to enact a Tariff heavy rain their operations OctoJiur 27. Hoy Mubon. Beaver Dum, was Mr. Tho British dyo industry it would sometimes suspended. protecting tho Mr. T. II. Benton was Jiero on business Monday. f.olvo tho question eventually, but It naval gunners brought one balloon County Road Engineer by the recent Heavy Work will take a long tlmo to establish down with a pound of lyddite, alter DlB lino Men's Fiscal Court for a term of two years. dyo manufacturers hero, even then, shrapnel had proved Ineffective. HUB CLOTHING CO. Shoes Mr. Benton Is enthusiastic In his "Ability to hit back weight for nnd prices would probably bo higher spent tho week work for butter road's and tho court Miss Mazy Clark at the outset. Wo havo plenty of weight wns tho ono crying need nt did well to elect him. end with her parcuts at Dukchurst. raw materials. Besides tho Tariff Antwerp, whose fate points to one tho day Mrs. J. Ney Foster arrived from another handicap Is anti-trulaws. irresistible coucluslon-th- nt Wanted Four'schooTglrl hoardANDERSON. Glasgow Monday to spend several In Germany trade cartels aro encour-nge- d of forts Is oyer. The supposed Imers." MRS. A. K. guest of relatives' here. Mr. to build up Industry; hero we pregnable forts proved broken reeds Miss Ducan ofOweusboro is tho days tho against tho giant howitzers. .guest of Air. and Mrs. Halley Brown. Foster will eomo In later to mako a regard them as restraints of trade." "Ono of Brlaliponts' great works abort visit before leaving for Phllipp, Manufacturers News. Look at our "bTg'lfno Men's Suits Miss., where ho will be treasurer of sank almost bodily from sight in and Overcoats. consequence of the cavities made all Take . Notice. tho Tallahatchie Lumber Co. HUB CLOTHING CO. Wanted By a man in 111 health around Its foundations by the terri high "any old Con furnish unythlng In kind" of life insurance that fic explosions. The others are shatMiss RutfWellorf of Dundee, was monumental works, cemetery will offer protection to his family tered beyond recognition. tho guest of Miss Llwlo Moore last class etc., goods, at low prices. (wcok-onafter Ills death, which will occur "I understand thut the British na R. W. JOHNSTON, soon. Address "Procrastinator," Ar- val force saTed all Its "wounded and prices ou Get PauT"Woodward'B Narrows, Ky. Stf guns. The Belgian army is still Inound the Corner. Roofing and all kinds of Building Representative Continental Mnr-bl- o 12tf Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, tact." Material. and Grantto Co., Canton, Ga. State Mutual Life, of Worcester, Miss DentfoH Phfpps loft WednesTake - Notice. . Carpenters are busy remodeling Mass, 13tf where she will visday for Nashvlllo Wanted rBy a widow with flvo left-sid- e tho court house. The stairs Unit relatives. making more Graphic Story of Antwerp's Fall Be- small children, food and raiment. Satur- havo been torn down fore Germans Told In Diary. til recently was supported by husMr. andMrsTLogan arrived room in tho Sheriff's ofllce and giving Loudon, Oct. 12. In the form of band, who has died without life Inday to be tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. considerably more roomjun tho seca diary, the story of the siege of Ant- surance. Address "A," care "NegHi P. Taylor. ond floor where a larger Jury room werp and the German plan of at- lected." Mr. BobCarion who has beeu will be built. Mr. Paul Woodward has tack, are given In the following disTalk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, returuod the contract for the work. the gueBt of relatives has patch by the Central News from Its State Mutual Life, ot Worcester, honlSvin Louisville. io'his Much Interest was manifested here Ostend correspondent dated Satur Mass. 13tf Woman to Koep nouo in the world's baseball scries which day: Waated-r- A ' Withdraws lu Favor of O. O. P. lor ft familyr'of three. Appiy i n. a. the Boston Nationals won from the "Saturday, September 26. The ANDERSON, Hartford.Jty. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 13. Hopub-llca- n Philadelphia Americans, they taking Belgians retlred-frotheir positions, Arch headquarters In Louisville has X Under the supervision of Mr. being four straight games. The result and east, south and west, of Mallnes to particulars of the games were secur-od'he- the line of outer forts. been notified 'that at tf meeting 'of Stalsworth. a storago room U thru courtesy of the Owens-bor- o "September 27. The Germans Progressives ot the Tenth district made in tho County Clerk's 0110. Dudley C. Jones, the Progressive Inquirer and Messenger and bombarded and occupied Mallnes. and Mrs. B. F. Mra. "September 28. Bombardment of nomlnse for congress, withdrew bis Grand Chap-- , as the results were unnbunced the wTlcbenor attended tho Cath- candidacy In favor of Sherman Ball, tcr Eastern Star In Owensboro thhi I small boys would let out yells thut Forts Waelhem De Warve-S- t. could be beard for blocks. erine and other forts on the south the Republican nominee. jj , Aro you wcjniiif; Amuiicuu L;vy (.' otY If not, why not iry tho mudol designed for "you"? ' Ainericiin Ludv (,'oiscts nr charmingly modish in cvuiy lvsjioi't, :uid arc Iji'ing sought more mid more by fusjiionu-hl- u iid purticuhir women who know and demand perThere iv fection in eor-elralmost an mm rncrahlo miin-bo- r of styles o! Aineiiean Lady Corset?, and among them i jjUl there is "a particular model for your individual figure." American Ladv Corsets re flect every exacting lerna:.d of the season's vogue, producing tho modish low bust, the uncoufined wnis-t- , the straight, sweeping hip, and tho altogether free, lithe figure, demanded by Fashion's behest. Wear American Lady Corsets- and note the improvement in your figure. Not only tho best line of Corsets are found in our 8tore, but the greatest selection of Long Cloaks, Coat Suits, Drew Goods, Millinery, etc. Satisfy your wants by cilling at our store, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A I10USK THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. mm mm u..v yr - iMz&&a ' The text Ho mills of Now England wore given their first lmpotuo durwar In 1870. ing tho Franco-Prussia- n Now they comprlso ono of tho great assets of tho United Industrial States. Tho present war may drive our manufacturers to make their own dentufis, giving thoin independence of Europo In tho future. During the llscal year ending Juno 30, 1911, ?7. 000. 000 wortli of coal tar dyes woro Imported to this country, mostly from Germany. "1 have had several Inquiries from Inrgo Industrial establishments in Chicago for chemists who arc In a position to advise them concerning the details of manufacturing coal tar dyes," said Secretary French, of tho Chicago branch of tho American Chemical Society, to Manufacturers' .Vows. "Other Inquiries relate to machinery for such establishments. It looks to mo as though wo may manufacture our own nnlllno dye In the near future. Wo havo tho chemists. All Unit wo need Is capital for tho establishment of theso plants." A number of letters had been sent to Mr. Fravcli during tho week from members of tho Illinois Manufacturers' Assoclatipti in responso to a bulletin sent out by that organization, asking where they could obtain coal A tar dyes and other chemicals. committee of chemists of the Chicago society is tabulating these inquiries and securing information from other sources a sori of clearing house for industrial dye and chemical Information. Secretary of the United States De- bombarded. ."September SO. Forts Wnolhom nnd Do .Wavrc-St- . Cathcrlnn completely destroyed. WntorworkB behind blown up. Tho Unl- Fort jglan Infantry continued to hold tholr autrcnchmrnlB In tho face of a veritable hell of nlioll fire. Tho water supply In Antwerp Ih greatly curtailed. "October 1. Tho :,:rr- - forts destroyed. Tho Gorman Infantry attacks woro ropulFCd with heavy ' , lOSHffl. A new Overcoat tailored- - to your individual oi:der -- one that is different from those found in most stores, is procur-- . able in our custom tailoring department, made expressly for you by our famous Chicago tailbrs, Ed. V. Price & Co. ,Call today and be measured. You can afford the price. HUB CLOTHING CO, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, P3I1I WOODWARD 3 PAUU HARTFORD, KY. . Ber-che- 5 General Contractor and Builder H g Dealer in Light Building Materials. Can savo you money on Cement, Flustering, Roofing and In fact, everything which goes SEE HIM BEFORE into a modern building. Concrete Silos. S-MAKING YOUR PLANS. st LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. (By "Al.") Thieves Busy dye-staff- Hartford Republican. WUU-fucUo- dye-stuff- o, -- st Laying Supplies. A burglar broke Into Mr. J. W. Ford's Mill Sunday night and by so doing assured himself of many a biscuit during the coming cold winter months. He took from the storago the equivalent of over three barrels, in sacks, and not being content with his bread tickets, entered the offsco of tho mill in hopes of securing some pocket change. The safe was attacked with rude implements but the amateur burglar evidently grew weary, or sleepy, for after battering tho face of tho safe considerably he discontinued operations wihout reward. It was Just as well that ho did so because tho sat isfaction of seeing tho safo door come open would havo been blotted out with tho disappointment of find lug no cash therein. That this simple burglar preferred a small wagon and a mulo to modern auto truck Is born out by the fact that his .wagon made tracks similar to snnko trails and tho hoof prints wero undoubtedly those ot tho uiilmal from which Sampson selected his Weapon. Soveral "Sherlocko's" deducted this Monday morning. Tho animal must not havo been in tho best of condition, for It was found necessary to lighten his load by dropping oft one of tho sacks of flour in front of the Hartford Mill Co. Tho flour thief turned down a side street near Mr. II. P. Taylor's residence and he is now probably gloating over his winter supply ot flour as did Silas Mariner his gold. About 12:30 Sunday night Judge W. H. Barnes was visited by a midnight burglar and It Is thought prob-abl- o Horrors, what an appearance 'the. Judge must have made, spectacular in the highest degree, standing there Up Winter in his "nighty' with aslx shooter leveled on the,door. The.ecared-al-most-to-doa- th the-scree- burglar" let to with a crash and, before Judge could shoot, had fled. ssr -- Mil boat was awarded to Attorney Wado Stratton, of Cromwoll,- by the court hero In payment of a debt, hut all summer It rnd its inhabitants havo been hero awaiting the decision. It i3 not known what caused tho boat to sink so suddenly but tho late own- -' crs say they had to pump her dally during their occupancy. Anyway, it wasn't a German mine. - ' Great Naval Disaster. The bouso boat which has been anchored at the old mill dam for' some weeks and until recently containing twenty-thre- e Inhabitants wont to tho bottow of Rough river Monday night. A few days ago tho HIkc i,lw Pnnnip INfollJ 1UFF"- nuIS AVunts You to See Her 3 NEW MILLINERY ComprsiiiR the latest in Headgear and Trimmings. Hats trimmed to order in tho latest styles at the most reasonable f prices. Please give us u call nest door to Ohio County '! Drug Co. d. ro that it was the flour man that broke Into Ford's mill. Anyway, ho apparently didn't think It neceseavy to tako along his mulo and wagon, but mado tho islt cinp'y handed, the sam mi y It must nave been someono acqiKiiRtod with tho Judge's habits who intended to mako tho raid betoro he camo 4n. But that's where ho erred. It bolng Sunday night everyone had gone in earlv nnd Mr. rtAmnn wn nwnkpnpil about 12; 30 by nolso at a back door. ' He got up, got hlB pistol, which they say Is a regular German siege gun, and stepped Into the hill where he had a good view ot the door from which the noise Boomed to come. He misjudged tho spot, however, for a few feet from there tho would-be- burglar pulled open a screen and caught sight ot tho 1 Wlien in Louisville I STOP AT THE 1 5th Avenue I Hotel FRAtiKECKERT, Prop. H.H.ECKERT,M&r, $1 Up, .mtfr European Plan f' by the American y copper shipped Smelter Company to consignees In Holland. It Is a part of tlio British HOLDERS WANTED contention that copper, now largely used In the making of torpedoes nnd the manufacture of othcrammunltlon Red Paper Notice Places 'Ban becomes contraband If there Is evidence to show that, nfter reaching On Mixing In . the neutral port to which It was originally consigned, It Is shipped Politics. fiom there Into the territory of a government hostile to the one mnk-In- g It Is announced the seizure. Washington, Oct. 10. Civil ser- from London thnt Great Britain vice employes In Kentucky and nil the might find It more profitable to pay other states have, Just heen warned heavy damages, under judgements of by the Civil Service Commlsion In prize courts nfter the war ends, regard to their nctlvlty nnd relation than take the risk of prolonging n The warning, work. In Three Volumes to political war which Is costing her millions of printed on red paper so as to em- dollnrs dally by leaving nn open This man caused the last phasize its Importance, has been sent road for contraband goods to reach general Luiropean war. the governmental offices. to all Germany via Holland. In It extracts arc set forth from His personal memoirs, written This calculation reveals the real the civil service law forbidding Fed- pith of the controversy. Holland has by Im secretary, Baron Do eral officers nnd employers to "take proclaimed neutrality. The llritish Meneval, arc full of the most absorbing incidents, imperially in active part In political campaigns," position therefore must, and avowedview of the present great Euroto use any form of political coercion ly does, rest upon n suspicion that pean struggle. or to consider recommendation of not In good faith, and that the any apllcant for office which is used Just a hundred ears ago, his ambiis secretly In Dutch Government tions bathed the Continent in a sea of in the way of political Influence. sympathy with the German. This blood. France alone, under his leaderCare Is taken to define "active ship, fought Germany, Russia, Austria, view runs counter to all report, specpolitical management of popart in Italy, and Great Ilritain and we a. ulation and comment on the Eurolitical campaigns." pean situnttou, in which the Dutch Persons in the competlvo classihave, on this side of the water at fied service, while retaining the right express least, been uniformly represented to to vote as they please and to By special arrangement nith the pubbe dreading German growth nnd agtheir opinions privately on political gression as threatening to lishers of COLLIER'S, The National their own serve subjects, are not permitted to Weekly, we are enabled to olTcr a limautonomy. The probability Is that e ited number of these sets in any capacity at a political conpositive evidence of the Memoirs of Napoleon free with vention, address such a meeting or British are without a j car's subscription to Collier's and Insincerity, but would make any motions during its progress. of Dutch this paper. The is strictly limited rather pay the costs than take the poGiving any public expression of to get advantage of it you must act chances, within reasonable limitapromptly. litical views or taking any part in any political discussion while on tions. Sherlock Holmes Stories Thnt, however, is not the point duty or In public places also is forExclusively in Collier's of view the Washington Government bidden. Any connection, editorially All the Sherlock Holmes stories pubtlthrd In 1915 will be prtnteJ etclusitelf hi Collier's. or financially, with a political news- can well afford to take. 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It tended tor one year from Its present date tf expiration. application for position coming from COLLIER'S $2.50 f Special combination a member of Congress must be con- has been proposed, as a way out, that J price, including the Hartford j three volnne J9N sidered only Iri respect to the charac- the Dutch Government shall offer ad Republican . t iMemoiri.postpald ter or residence of the applicant. ditional guarantees that neutral Question on application blanks or goods reaching its neutral territory in examinations must not ask in- shall not find transit into German formation as to the applicant's re- hands. But how could any govern ligious opinions and these same ment offer a higher guarantee of Its opinions can carry no weight in an neutrality than its formal proclamation? The point now at Issue between attempt to secure a position. nnd promptly outlined In S UeoU&ua PATENTS London and Washington Is a deli-- 1 II Allcounulus,oruo THAT PAY, ulTeillMtuathorouuUjr,t our Notice. cate one and one which should be I expense, ftnu zielp you to success. send model, photo or ttelru for rnrr report Notice is hereby given that we settled finally, not only for the 1m- -' on puenuuiiutr. practice. SUR the undersigned citizens of Ohio mediate case, but In the establish-- 1 PASSING RtFCFiCNCCS. For free Guide I wok on rutrnti vrrltoto .. County, Kentucky, and residents of ment of a precedent. This country, "J-au- n sevonth Street, the said county and State, will on the which is as likely, hereafter as now, j riMsninto a -- rv, D. C 6th day of October, at the courthouse to be the greatest neutral nation In in Hartford, Kj, it being the first time of European war, is more in uaj ui iu icBumi unm.ei ui terested tban any other in having .."wt the Ohio County Court, file a peti- - neutral traile r,ghtS( um,er ,he new v.vurv .v... tlon in said Court and move the conditions of things, definitely thereof to establish a 'public (ermined. road as follows: Beginning at the Hartford and Hawesvlllo Itoad at church lot about FOR FLETCHER'S 70 yards from Joe L. Miller and Courier-Journ- al Hoop's line; thence on the line beUncle Aimer. tween Joe L. Miller nnd Hoops a disA good many sharp jokes fall flat. tance of 400 yards to James T. Da- The best thing about most any vis; thence across the same 350 man is his wife. yards to Evelyn Davis; thenco across I never heard of any feller makin' Evelyn Davits ahout 70 yards to Am- - money buying mining stock. nnda Davis' line; thence across Ampoet- Most peoplo like high-bronnda Davis about 70 yards to Fan- ! H lile Daffron's Hue; thence across snmo is better to have no opinion at It about "0 yards to D. E. May's line; thence across D. E. May's land 75 all than to have an opinion ain't yards to Molllo liaizos' lino; thence north a durn. It is a pretty pertlclilur town across Mollie IUtlze 75 yards to Pal & where a feller can't put on a eoll-lol- d Coots' line; thence across same about collar, without ' called u 240 yards to Tice Haker's, line; bllOl). thence across same about 5 yards to 1 Kov. lludnutt says what is need- REAL Joe L. Miller and Shelby Leo's line; nieet-ithence on lino about 90 yards to ed most Is a house. The theory that halvatlon Daisy I3aize Hue; thence across same News about 100 vnrils tn W. II. Davis Is freu has sunk deep enough in tlte CIVIL SERVICE JOB FREE jmv FREE Directory Ohio Covinty HOTEL POWHATAN PSMGM D.C. ELOrAMERICAN IDfnli Memoirs of Napoleon city where cood hotel In abound, the Powhatan heads the lilt. countrymen. It Is first la the bearti o( iti Get these Memoirs Free three-volum- TRADE-MARK- . . ' iiu mw m Children Cry O A SJT QRIA any i a i ear unday ' w i toure journal a Year s n be-In- . n' News Chlcag0 Bveiilns Post. ills I, ire Naveil liy a llet. News Local When Col. Hay, notorious for his love of gambling and betting, was severely wounded in the Peninsular News war, two brother officers came across his apparently lifeless body. News J. G. MALLARD, "Poor Hay! He's gone at last," JAMES J. MALLAHD, of said ono named Windsor. ALDEUT COX, A faint voice came from tlio Everybody CHESTBIt ltOACII, .ground: "I'll lay you a cool d COOTS, l'AL ho's not." Ills death seemed J. B. HBNDUIX. Aro you Interested In what Is talconly a tiuuntian of minutes, but ho ing place Vlay by day all over the I W. M. MCHIMIV, continued: "Enter tho bet, and you, world? If you aro you NEED THE W. A. CLAUK, addrossslng tho other of- - COURIER-JOUNRAMarston" 12t3 J. L. MILLER. fleer "bo witness." If there Is nn ascnt In your town Tratk) Itilits of XetttiaN. Ho than fainted. WIton ho wns glvo him a trial order ono :non,'t A very Interesting uuotstlon hns taken to hospital tho surgeon told Dally CO cents, with Sunday 75 cnts. been raised between tho government him the bullot could only bo removod If there Is no agent n your town at Washington nnd tho one ut Lou-- ', by mwIiik through two ribs and ulvo your order to tho pnpor In Cargoes of Aiuoricun goods, In traducing a child's hrtud to oxtract which this aHvortlsontont iippi-arships of neutral nations, und con- -' it, k forceps cotild not touch it. (you may fet a speolal clubbing fclgned to noutrt.1 ports, have been "Th chance are." lie nddod, "that ratq), o snd tho order direct to seized by DrltUh uftwl vesets as you will din under tho operation." the Courier-Journa- l. being "conditional contraband." The "If Windsor will nrnko libs bet WEEKLY COl'RIER.JOUnXAL has term ia a ueV (fori), but Is probably double or tjuits, I'll cqusent," aald beeu (Htcoutluued, but FA KM AM) FAMILY, a most excel in.; IUuti.'t- Jubiified under new condition which tlit eolouel. have arlsit bringing such enlarge- Windsor agreed. jta tuoutbly nmaxlni, is n uorih.v ' unly couui lucnt of Invention aud us to v, idfii, "Xow buw uway," suld "ijSuecs'S or. The lr .1 , iudcflultaly, Ul old Ud loan iky'iI- Alv I v a Mi'nle cop. ontHtle." Aud h" did not?" cipted deiiuitlou of whut ooastftutisi "Hut for that bet,'" ho uJ4 ir- CoilrieNtiijiial Bcidiio contrebj-i'- l in (line of wi.r. Iu , "J ould be a dsd wan; It ' -i. . c.is-..t l wlMt Is !a!. rd to b. . ' nun to'win il th-iJncorpor.ilt'il ford and Hlnes Mill Itoad a distance of about 250 yards. In testimony whereof, witness our signature this tho 24th duy of Sept 1914. KMJCA MUUI'HY, I j Itolra- - ll,..,,n'nl.rn,D c, . TTn ,. ' 1'UbliC lllilltl. ItO" K. MollltOll In Best Best Best .Best Best Best Best Best National State Market Reports Foreign Political Everything for liuu-jdre- n. s Jy. - thy;" 1 ! . n-i- l coii'mUi. .. iii i.viniju umt ot ''. i. .In. ' LOU.iViI.LE, JtX. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday nftLaw er 3d Monday in .March, Tuesday after 3d Monday In June, Tuesday nftKY. HARTFORD, er 3d Monday in September, TuesASSOCIATED WITH M. I.. IIISAVItlN day after 3d .Monday iu December. L. A. McDanlcl, UocUport, Friday This office Is equipped for handafter 3d Monday in March, Friday artcr 3d .Monday in June, Friday ling Commercial Law and Collection after 3d Monday In Sontouibor. Items aa well as other legal and liti'Friday after 3d .Monday In D- gated matters. Practlco iu all the ecember, CLIFFORD IV. LEWIS. Manager, S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. Prompt nnd vigorous uervlce. O artcr 3d Monday In .March,, Wed- M. I.. Hcavrln's Office. nesday after 3d Monday In June, lltlUllHHIlltiil.t'tiiilM'nTTTTlil Wednesday after 3d MoiCday In Sep- OITOC UIIW lemuer. Wednesday after 3d .Mon T tt'.iii:.vriiTT0N Croiiinrll, K.r. llnrttoril. kT. day In December. K. C. Tlchrtior. . Centcrtown, Sat& MARTIN STRATT0N urday after 3rd Monday In each HAVE YOl'R SUITS Attornoys at Law month. WInson Smith, Select, Tuesday CROMWELL, - KY. after 2d Monday In March, Tuesday after 2d Monday In .May, Tuesday Will practlco their profession Sn this after 3d Monday In August, Tues- and djolnlng counties. Collections, day after 2d .Monday in November. Commercial aud Criminal Practice, a W. S. Dean. Wed Dundee. Prompt and Dyeand vigorous nesday after tho second Monday tn Specialty. .March, Wednesday after 21 Monday service- - Notary in office. ing In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday Ladies work given in August, Wednesday after 2d Monday In Xovombcr. Men F. Rice, Fondsvllle, Tuesday after 2d Monday in March, ThursHats Cleaned I AM PREPARED day after 2d Monday In May, Thursday after 2d Monday In August, Repaired. Thursday after 2d .Monday In NoTo do any kind of Veterina Work called for vember. ry work. Horses, mules nnd Den W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftcows need not (lie for want of er 2d Monday In March, Friday after 2d .Monday in May. Friday after 3d Calls answered attention. Club $1.00 'Monday In August, Friday after 2d day or ni'Kht. Monday In November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; .McDowell A. Hartford Pressing GM, Veterinary Surgeon Foglc, Clt,y Attorney; J. p. Stevens, Marshal; Court convenes second Mon- Ky. GUXTIIEK i;i.i)(5.,cknti:k ST. day In each month. City Council J. C. Her. Ma) or; R. HARTFORD, KY. T. Collins, Clerk; J. B. Mean. Treasurer. .Members of Council J. c. t, Cftpt. A. D. White, 'A. B. I'ate, J. I). Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. II. Gillespie. School YOU man; Trustees J. D. Dtthe, Chair- The Natiorial . Weekly It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. j RELIGIOUS SERVICES. ' M. B. Church, South Services Until this year morning and evening every first and Collier's lias been Treatment third Sunday in each month. Sun-Ja- y ildnt;S.50. Not school V:4o a. m. I'rayer niect- tiic price i. $2.5 for WEAK ins every Wednesday ovenlug. Rev.1 aiulucliavcsocurciL LUNGS or U. W. Napier, pastor. aconceoion w Iiciv-l- i Maptlst Church Sen Ices mornitm wc tan utfci it CONSUMPTION and evening every tweond nnd fourth t a tul lu.ihor Sunday in month. Sunday school rrdi'itiun ii ci r this paper we will send you j If you menii U:1J a. I'rayer meeting every Wed v i h tl.i uy m.m a quici; reuci tor nesduy in. u ui'i-i- f euMilng. Rev. A. S. l'ettie, piibliciticn. t' , i feeling, courIis, pains '' that tned, in chest, night bleats, hemorrhages, weak pastor. Special Otfer to Our Readers uitrlstiuu Church Services evory lungs or consumption. third aud fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. Kcroiiniuni; llu scnac ilrmanU fnr CJIut'm at 10CK D9X GIG OHIO MEDICAL CO. t p. m. Sunday school fl:au a. ,aui iu. lb tit . Mid, uv luu made urr.iiL v i t t COLUMBUS, 0, Eldei uwinn, pastor. ,'ilcr it Jinl tur Hn tMibliction c c n it.ir for the iTict ff C'o'rVr'slsuiit. 'I ii. ahniti.' SECURT SOC1UTIES. ntfer anil nmt It taktnaUvantLscuf i ip,') Hartford Lodge No. UT.'i, K. and A. M. meets everj first Jonihi What Yob Get jri Collier's night in each month. YV. S. Stevens, V. ColUtr'i the one liie. initeiwtiiW'n' Uarloti M.; Qwcui Iluntor, Socretary. wct'1.1) til th"( olecnuntis. Nut t.i is is it tl c i;mh1 Hartford (mantr 'n si 'it v s .(1,0 a citizrn'ii hanill'Ook hut it for thr s. holr liioils. .Xniciii: the maiMziuc meets overy becond and fourth Mon- tlmiRs that a car's mWnitiun 1...1, oici ovenings, .Mrs. J. II. ? I uay M.; Jus. II. Williams, Vllllanin. W. 1000 Fditorialt W. P-- ; GOO Nrwi Pliolos Suzrccd vhen cvcrythit:j els? fails. Miss Kllinboth .Mlllor, Secretary. 250 Short Articles In ticr.oua prostratiari and female Hough Itiver I.oduo No. llu KnldtL ISO Short Stories weaknesses they ore the supreme 100 lilustratvdfeaturci of Pythias meets every Tue'sduy even2 Complete Novel rctneuy, as tnousands Have teatlncd. ing. J no. W. Taylor, C. C; W. It. FOR KIDNEY,LIVEFl AND Iledrlck, K. of It. &. S. Collier's $2.50) Hartford Tent No. DO, K. O. T. M. STOIWACH TROUBLE Hartford Republican ineots every first anil tnlrd Thursday It is the best medicine ever sold nights. It. T. Collins, Commander; over a druggist's counter. 13. P. Moore, Recoild Koopcr. Acme Lodge No. S'i'J I. O. O. P. meets overy second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. SI. Harnett, Noblo Grand; W. It. Iledrlck, Secretary. Hartford Cnmp No. 202 W. O. W. moots every second and fourth nights In each month. Tom P"P.9Un CD. A N D DE reNOEp.mcxlN. Williams, Council Commander: W. C. .... Ll.." .....M 4n,lA VUUm WlillVIIUW IU ..I.lnlrt IMMiisit ii"y I llJll Jit Wallace, Clerk. HeCALL PATTERNS I coffmUtt, etc, N flf,r COUNTniCS. Hutlust t',rrtt X.UH tt'atUiigto salts I'.miA Sunshine HIvo No. 42, L. O. T, M.. iSEKSV? 2.,i"Jr"', fi,tl.TPcr .... itotry anJ yen tt'ef Strut, ......j ,, the r,oll, m near Mr meets every first and third . Friday t.' every ...., mij town Inji..ia. United States and city P:Ur.t 8.i3 ntrhgerrunt Practlcs txeiastveiy. canaui, or ty mail ilircct. Moro sold than "ignis in Aw iiionin. .Mrs. Att yti 3 ur cc no tu us at any oti.cr niaKc. fcerd lor Irca catalogue. 7 tO Iljiti t',vx, ntar Ucltt Ctatci ttXa Offlcs, I tirlfnn, Lady Commander; Mrs. II. McCALL'S MAGAZINE VAStMNQTON. D.C. 13. .Mlschl.e, Lady ltecord Keeper. Siore subscribers than any otnet lithlon afjJ?BarCif Kistono Chapter No. 110, It. A. manazlno million a month. Invaluable. Ijt. M est styles, patents, ilnsinal.ln?, millinery, SM iwiw-cfeW meets every tlilid Saturdc.) night ay.n i .. j plain sewing, fancy nccdleB'oik,hj.drcsslni;! ?. ,ui e.u-- iiionin. joint T. .Mooro High elUiuette, pood sti.rlr., ete. On y CO rents Riato? . s. linsiey, secretary. year (worth douhk), liictudlng a hto pattern, tfsU bubscrrTe today, or 6cnd lor samnlc conv. A.MUIUCAN SOOIKTV OP EQUITY. ViVONDEnrxii. iNuuccMcvrs Stato Officers President, J. H. to Agents, Postal brlnRs premium catalogue Princeton, Ky.; Vlco Presisind new cash olTcis. Address dent, J. II. llurnoy, Muhlqnburg Co.; HIE UcCAU CD, prize ::3 W. 37Ui SU NEW SJS to Yonu Secretary & Treas., S. U. ItoburUon, Wgfm m Calhoun, Ky.; Organiser, T. 11. DliCSBEE'SSEEBSSL'CCEtDI && llartfonl, Btaxariauissaaiimaa.'axrsxsziz Wff SPECIAL OFFER: IM .Membcra Stato Ky. Executive Hoard lihlo U Isutld Nck HesUrM. A trial r IIP IF 1U&20 you cur nuriuxuuus cusivincr. lieu WatBon, Wobstor county; ,1. W. w anb Dunn, DaWoss county; llunry Phtle, URE Drh( rfillpri-lnt- l iis,.h.itTriniMIt. JuMj-Y- . r T"ti I2ltinuii1..s. Olilo county; H, 1. Itay, Hardin counii r 11 tun ll'ltdt I TurulT. 7 SPIUII011 Unit., h UMl V'irill. r.lij. UTKnrUffliaall. ty; C. G. UavtnpoKt, Varrjn county. tletl0.t'riisitr.rl.ir CJUl;ANTt.I TO l'l,.A.t:. H WITH P?r Ohio (.ouuty Officers--S- . L. Stev-eMentha this Paper. Write Pjifcltlent; Henry Plrtle, , S. K. lJenuutt, Treaturur. 10 SEKDiMfclnf nndCKNT3 lOl NTV 110AUU UP iiUUCA'l ION. rtv.i." iht Tniibis Mb-mU mt ni Una Shults, ChAirman, llartfonl, ItCCllttT'tOll wttU U.Jf I'ltf MML4M, WKtl V '' r Ky. i! uihio. ncHULiiyi rut una rit.n( nh W;.-i:ui. iitit Lt ..tu?i ', t tuu .w. ,"? -K' 1. O. L. Terry, jl.irrfoui, H. W. BucUbM. iaof (iu' i '. i'OJ . J. IjtoukK.. ::. 'r'a noiurth. Olalon, Ky. t :: r" - 'i ' Xk ( I :. O. Au'iy, HjI.'toMii, 7i Ky. it 74 i; (j. A'lstin, Pr lu'sH. : h& v 'ti 0. J. L. liuuu, liucl.)irt, Ky. -- The Towlialan 7 refined, ex. clusie, and restful. Its excel lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II btrretf, makes it a desirable headquarters lor bridal couples, tourist parties, contentions, Schools am! colleges. , The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War an J Naw Departments, also to many points of historical interest, makes this hotel especially at tractive to a discriminating pub lie. The Powhatan offers room with detached bath at Si. 50. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, S2.jp, 3.00 and up. 'Write for booklet with map, Circuit Court T. P. lllrkhcn.d, Judge; Hen 1). Klngo, Attorney; W. Law Attorney '!'. Mldklff, Jailer; E. U. Harrass, .Clcrh; IS. B. HlrUhcad, Master Coin- HAlHTOItD, KV. mlssioncr; U. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Kuiitl; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, Will prnotlco IUh pnfe(WlMn In Utl Deputies S. A. llratcher; and adjoining couuthvi. Cointnordal Hartford. office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown nitd and Criminal Practice a Siieclulty, (Jllmoro Keown. Court convenes first cnntlnnca In February nnd MouiIa rr TT' ' thrco weeks; third .Monday in April,, tr--v two weeks; third Monday in October fcj 8i 66 'I two weeus, County Court John II. Wilson, Law 'Judge; O. lluiukunshlp, Clerk; HARTFORD, KY. C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford, Court convenes first Monday In each Mttrtj. W. II. Uiirmti mill C. month. (itinounoc Mi.it Uioy liavu form-- a ijiiartorJy Court Urslns on tho first .Mommy in every month. e parUiiThtj) fiv bliu pntoitil Court ot Calms Convenes first of law, cxcupt cnlmliial aud Tuesday in January aud first Tuescuioa, Mr. Knilth blng LVnuity Attorday In October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox- - ney Is iiiviitMl frtun pr.acB'ctns aucVs IftV 4llpni ikt. T.V.rllavlM.. l. census. Mr. liinuv; w.lll liuUviduailj P. D. Xo. 2; Tom Hlnes, Assessor, acciyit buch practloa Oftlou la ;01aton, Ky.; O.na Shults, Suiierln-itenden- t, Hartford Hepubliauu biiUdini;, HartM. Ulley, Hartford; Dr. A. coroner, nartiort'; r. ii. ucnton, ford, K" Itoiid Engineer, Hartford. TiroJreisHo"cc)x Otto C. Martin at I ' flGS Attorneys at OlTlltn I pr.i-tic- iwt 1 JUSTICES" COL UTS. ARTHUR Attorney at D. KIRK V 1 Cleaned a Pressed Repairing neatly done. special attention. and delivered. month. and rate per W. H. RILEY Hertford, lkfii-net- JPWILL Collier's First Time TAKE OUR FREE CollieK in Clubs. msssBmm run-dow- n ssmv eSMfy I r 1 i -- l i ffiriEJiSDVH )pZOv J4" X Sat-uiW- ay S. ... I iii-- " 1 .VKfiiHaR7V I I lf,5r 1 e9likBnBy9 1 in,-.-- llal-nial- n, KBLLtobOOSIGK we yi See-ruiu- v) Bosk's (' - ii rKev V' 'wmmT - 'nu. I I " - . tui r 'A DIRECTS CONVICTS Children Cry for Fletcher's TO WORK ON ROADS Prison Board Issues Order to Warden Wells For Use of Twenty Men. T!l?1J!l?dfK.0Iav.0,lwaysl?oaKi,t'anl which has been yenrs, hns l.orno tho sljrnntiiro of his JH T nml ,,ns hccn "ndo under Infancy. s..,.lnl ""Pcrvlslon slnco Its IZTZt rfTW A,,w ,10 ono todcccleo 5'o't'n this. Counterfeits, Im nro hut Jixp.Tliiu.nts Mint trlflo with mid cmlntiffcr tho liri.ltfVoC Chlldren-Expcrle- nco Jufuuts nud ugnlnst Experiment, "JiiHt-us-trooil" tntlonsntul Cnsforla Is hurinlrss substitute for Cnstor OU, Pnro-KoProps niiilS.i.itliliii Syrups. It is plcitinht. Ifi c'onl.iliis neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xurentlu MihHtunrc. Its ujjo Is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays 1 uvcrlshness. Tor more tliiin thirty yoa-- s it lins licen in constant uso for tho relief of Constlputlon. 1'laliileiicy, "Wind Colle, all Teething Troubles and Dliirrhwft. It rcfjulatos tho Stomach and Bowel3, i.T,n ln th. Foo,, B,v,,,lf healthy and natural alcen. Tho Chlldrcu's Panacea Tlio Mother's Friend. rl. What is CASTOR I A a Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 9. la compliance with the requisition of tho Fiscal Court the State Lawrence of Prison Conimlsloners to- j Hoard day entered an order directing War- den A. J. O. Wells, of the Frankfort I Heformatory, to detail for work on . a proposed state nignway in tnai county twenty ahle bodied convicts, the guard necessary to look after them nnd to provide for feeding and -I .... sheltering them. Suit may ho filed by which the right of the State to work convicts on these public highways under the act of 1914 declaring the roads connecting county seat9 public Works will be tested. Tho resolution ordering the details Is as follows1, "This day the Fiscal Court of Lawrence county presented a request to d twenty of the board prisoners to work on the public roads of Lawrence county under the "provision of Chapter 8G ot the acts of 1914, creating a system of public State highways to consist of roads connecting the county seat of each county of the Commonwealth with tlie county seats of the adjoining counties by the most direct and practical route, and the county seat of the border counties of the Commonwealth with the State line on the most direct and practical route leading from the county seats of said county to the county seat In the other States, which request has the approval of 11. C. Terrel, Commls-ionc- r of Koads for the Common wealth of Kentucky, and the board, having considered the terms offered by said Fiscal Ccout of Lawrence county, is of the opinion that the request should be granted. "Therefore the warden of the ! Frankfort Is directed Heformatory forthwith to detail twenty able- bodied men from his .institution and 'send them under sufficient guard to jsaid county, and he will provide sufficient guards to oversee and guard said prisoners while engaged la said work, and he will make all necessary arrangements to provide food and shelter for- - said prisoners while engaged In said work, and he is authorized to do all things neces sary Ito carry out this order In complying with the request aforesaid. He is directed to report In detail how ho has carried out this order. and he will from time to time advise with the board as to his actions unready to perform any further directions ol this board in relation to the working of the aforeinid prisonable-bodie' GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS result In higher prices than the average. Statistics of tho horso population of different countries at war show that Russia Is easily the best provided. Her total of horses In European Russia Is rated at 24,912,000 Gcnnauy ranks next with 4,523,-00- 0 head, Austria-Hungar- y with France with 3,222,000 horses and the United Kingdom with Russia's horse supply Includes 10,260,000 In Astatic Russia. Tho United States have 24,000',O00 head of horses. Dut-lnthe first month of the campaign beginning with August, the cavalry movements figured prominently la Europe, especially In In Northeastern Franco and Eastern Prussia and Qallcla. The rapidity of movements must have exhausted the mounts, requiring the recruiting of horses at a rapid rate. Hits of news from time to time have shown that the sacrifice of cavalry was enormous, especially where this. branch of the service came in contact with quick firing. The mortality of horses Is nowhere a matter of record, but there Is no doubt that In many cases cavalrymen have Jiad to Join the Infantry from sheer inability to replenish the supply of horses. Del-glu- COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Atl For Tkree Stuuneri Mrs. ceat Was Uaable ta Attead to Aajr Via- - believe I would have died If I taken it. tudal el Her Hoasewerk. After I began taking Cardui, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like at other person altogether." Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -'I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly In a dreadful statf of health, when 1 Anally decided to try Cgrdui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonlfl effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it lias done for thqni TTJf Qardul. t,0d.ay. .H Uk Chsttanoosa Medicine Co., LaJVs A6' ylsory.Dept., Gruttanooxv,. Tenn., for bpectnl tn on your case ard 64 pars book. "Horn J-Treatment for Women," sent In Dlaln wrapper. ttructunii &&$fffi&z The Kind You Dave Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TWI CtHTUH COMPANY. TT s2 ltaaaaaaaaKkBEirKx JF; JAMES & CO., .First Class lUlverytneii Centertown, ' MUBtr ITmiT. NCW YOdK CITT. Kentucky. V 1 V'C.'. iiiiiV,,."!i Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, Starck Pianos No Money inAdvouce Sa(infoc Uon Guar Siiiiijilliil OUR CLUBBING. RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 C4 antooil LowenlNet Fact ory PriooH To nn h KnHint A 8S From Fnc lory Direct "".l.''.,l''!r' HaaaaKsaaaBal 'P--tt- X Ju. Qf "D rTirnrT r- -i J.VCjJT iJlilVAAl ClllVi k.' W tt T.nmo JJUUIO . IVUt AVili V si - f 1 X Wn V Saving at SI 0 0 lo OO P A rtts QTARCK -- NT QWH HOME V.0 V. Ill ' i!) loll n bnnu f:i! fatnrch 1'inrm f,.p i l n our i.e. ' ., f hn" r lu.rul .Ml hi Io t. i Upull. U' ' ' t IV , ; it ui. "ii ci i - it, nt i ii nf .ti it tin u i luiJ It thtj .nil-- sni'tiH' tor... t i and liiieM iiluiio In i wry'iui', tli it nu nave ever will In tlnt in I'miH , i nro at ierf"ct lilierty to .wild it I ich. anil ''. ; J tin I ' 'slit both tiays. ThiB burcK Hano'ltiuat mako Rood vltr you, t ..i no talc. 1 -I l M DAYS' mE TRIM . EH YOUR I inuul'' if Both --- Save $150.00 or Mcra i1' u ii . to u.tt mi iJiis iiIjiw f i Essy Payments Yoj pay no cf tr1.1!, 'i i .Up, ry from our fartorr, at i r.' if 1M ' ! th( ii "tee 19 fnrui-l- l III kt voi cm r Hi n m rt, Hill 1 . ia& iir ' rili rt .iii t t r di .,rj ,nj.,, -- ii i i I t I i .rf'i f.He ra(K iniiiut II t I nL clown, I t after 10 days cu cjn Ut,m li.'iiiiif.t oti the low Ur it tvir fiiuit iiVI lv u pliino tfriim fi airaiHTnl to a "I ' . ' fir ui I . i uir li iKfeilMc for no, .lthout Republican Republican T Republican .republican Republican in Republican friE Republican vt tt TrwiTrrnirra i The Republican BAKING P9WDSB The Republican More it and Cost M&3m&i And it does Use The The The The 1 The The 1 and Home and Farm and , 1.50 1.76 3.50 3.50 1.76 and Louisville Daily Herald and jJaiiy wwensDoro inquirer and Twice-a-Wee- k O'borp Messenger 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 and Weekly Imer Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Address all orders to f . . tin IBO bl la vrati. oT ii' xr , . vAii putc 'i iliJ buu. rlmcr f lr . v o' UUaMlf'ifli in') lr M i.4 -rli-r- n I M- ii .i. I i i i of Ui t! tt 1. Illt I J hi tUi . t' ;'tararirtaiw$ I I'liV, r l'lifi,rt 1JH Ci till.tl v ll I hj I '. 3P Musio i . i ittiiuray of 1 in a tor V."br hukerlng 24U VUrer-Plti- v ijf!" : The Stiirrk; Pluno follow-'a- s Du ClUMlO vi t 'I i I I IHC do- - er.: on salt! roads." - to3 ?110.C3 103 SO" 103.00 tcimirifil - i kill I'f uhjnl r. Ijw t. n con to n'c r.it. l I I I I i lil Ci- : t'ir--' i nj Tifrr-- . t!i tin t which .H.::d: l 000 i 's ' 1 n " i t i ii ' ii ' l M i i ' fm ImtrnAli id rtiri,ri o ii ..o, " i 'f nwn.l-'- i cur latrrt rninpKti m Larga lirt. r 'tt( .' lr i I1I itl .&. I.I' (,'i s ; . a r Jttfoniia-1- . j- Tiili i 1Kw ii' tiour i.m.5 t ! A. STAItCK lIAWO CO., JMWJ-JJM- 18iJ Stnrck maTnygga. liUi., CHICAGO ui. tf today. lit 011,1 3 ri$ i'0 vi-- 0 tO'4i6i'C''l ?n rpneoTa wms i Si-p- t. 4 l o : t!ud,uo The 1st anil -- ml iniiiibeis falling to slum tip by liiuo paid i( In i.ixli to Man Wi'llxnii, or I lift), Ky., who held the llnl number in the contest for the bairel of "OLD QUALITY" OU ?(W.ll IX CASH. AVo iiiuke For prompt .shipments miiir jour oilier to us. "Old Qualiiil(k .shipments to nil "dri" points In Kentucky. ty, One Htm" as good us any bottled in bond only $.'i.00 per gallon, express prepaid. The constitution snys prisoners must I'c workod inside the prison in the caie of fire walls excepili' or cpedemlc, uuU..-8tli- e are cmn'ny-e- d on public work- - The aci of 1914 declares these oourty m.u roads under certain conditions to be publ'c works. The courts have never yet teen called upon to isiiss u,oii the iucetion of what confutes pulHs urks,' but afhee the Cuiural Asc,u-l'..- " a system 01 State, '.us highways and enacted a law providing for Ststo aid is road building under a Stati- - Department ot Hil.-- n is the opinion of the Pilson Commisloners that they have the or"k convicts right to on these ronds. There is more Catarrh in tlAs section ot the 1 on ui ry than all other diseases put together, ami until the last few years Mas HiippoBeil to bo Incut able. For u many creat illHpnKi. years doctors pronounced It a Inrnl nml nri.sprltii.il lupnl rmii. dies, and by constantly fatlliiK to euro locnl treatment, pronounced it Incurwith able. Science liaa proven Catarrh to be a constitutional uisease, nnu tneretoro treatment. constitutional Hall's Catarrh Cure, nmnufnetured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Is the onlv Constitutional cure on the market. It la taKen internally, it acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Thoy offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Addresa: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Sold by DruKdsta. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Witt' TakhiK Horses ami Sending up Simply follow your customary method cf preparation add a little leso of Calumet than when uing ordinary baking powder. TJien better work. THE REPUBLICAN. r;x"TygT.OTaJJL4i5uriTJ'aytw'r uv I MAKE 200.D a lire-pro- MONTH - - That's $50.00 a Week, almost $0.00 a Day 8i Him; Victor Safes nnd boxee to merchants, ilm'iori, lujir-- , duitUts und of v. lioni roiul. i llieneed of a bifis b it do not Know liowmsy itls tuown &iU uen ilecare our pronobiilon one of otu opporinnl-- t t "i tli.i Hit Jin oi'mt umimiI Wuliout emumoiis cik ri-- of oifu r. Oti tjn cluji'iii it.- t' p ly 1... .mil '.i iiuit' eutaliig ui .. . .1 on to iimwi ,t ti. mlj.i-- i toci i lmiii'i i ,:a .Mm ii i . ii in cur f.iv..oo, in ninnm thotipjlt v in i "o v ili tin in H'1kiiu1hI as nii.t n ru. llii s for selllUL' tali i. uiii it Hi ,i ; ii'Uukt pom i vlil '1 li is n customer o deny, 'y lor it im fn.nt joi r ninltv before tomctmo eleo gets ths territory! tm 'ir-- t o nii ii. ii t YOU in out of ucli locality. u.i can i'.iwip onlv one mi.'-iThe2Sth.iiinIver5arvofouJ i I i inoner-maltlrfi -i I si . i i i i ihi-i11h . watch the lesult. Light, filthy, and c .onmore temp tir Calumet h.kinrf or n . ly raided the br.kis.o; comes fro iii vhe own tastier, it. A !. move ViholesO' e. im.rvs the vxy SS ili,a,rCr; n MM jour grocer Un" Received Ti i -- 'I KratfEtil 11H SMiWWft -;..- 4, (tfd5&S&SZ&&&&-f- ' -J wM ar-- by comiiany mj. crvcilni! the most iiKxlern fata fuel uy In the wo Id. 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We Will Ch Yea Tim rnitsts for cetllni; tnV forfrcn scrlutiousatnooc qsurlrlends. l'rerniuai Catalncus and Csh Trlxa Ofler. tk MttAu mrm. zm t. woi jr a, m ij ttrihii u freo I'.iitcrn. y tud.-.- on nil linnio and her Only Hiiul iuain.ru. Vn tulujlilo Infonntiiii'i jM'u jnr d that tho Allies hnvo gained ground r t-'- i -- " n mm tcrlcs though smaller In caliber nnd LATEST WAR NEWS nt some points and hare not lost nt of lesser forco of penetration, sufany plnco. On tho left wing cavnl-r- y fice amply to reduce- a unit, fort In I I OUR engagements continue. MODERN DEFENSES llttlo time. Gen. Hrlalmont and tho Between French mllltnry engineers, It Is said, Arras and the Olso the Germans failMonday. mndo tho mistake of taking It for Scant are tho actual tdctnlls of ed In repeated ntacka, notably begun the recent fighting between tho Allies tween Lnsslgny nnd Itoyc, It Is claim granted that tho New Siege Guns Used by Ger- of tho Gcrmnns, nnd their own nrm- - nnd the Germans, who for four weeks ed. Progress is claimed tho Gcr- - j Ics, were tho last work In nrmaincnt, hnvo struggled for sunromacr In mans occupy only tho suburbs of mans May Cause Revolution having accepted that tho steel they I Northern France, ns contnlned In tho Antwerp, although tho Gcrmnns sny woro familiar with could not stand lntest ofticlnl communication. "Wo ! they arc In complete possession. in Fort Building. a greater chnmbcr pressure. That n have everywhere- maintained our poEngland's need of more fighting heavier piece would glvo moro pene- sition," sums up the claims ot tho tration thin they calculated In their French War Office. All polnLs except men was announced by tho "In .view of tlio great results plans, they aro said to hnvo known, that tlie Infantry standone, thnt in the WoovrO district, nchloved by tlio now German guns a thoy accepted that It would be German nttacks are snld either to ard has ngaln been' lowered, nnd nn dcs?rlptlan ot lite modern fort mny hut Impossible to trnnsport such giants. appeal mndo for recruits. Earl Cur-zol'o ot Interest." says the military In view of tho fact that even thirty-- have ben repulsed or held. In tho former Viceroy of Indln, In a center, between tho Olso nnd Hliclms, rrltlc ot tlio Nleuwo Rottcrdamscho six horses hnvo difficulty moving slight advances by the allies aro speech nt a war meeting, said the He wrltca: Courant. one of tho German 42s, this conclustaking of Antwerp wns n deliberate "When It liecomo necessary to for- ion was reasonable enough, explain- chronicled. In tho Woevro district part of y the German plan, thnt tho Germans have delivered violent tify a terrjlu permnnently forts are ed a Dutch nrtlllcry officer, hut would mnko of It a great naval attacks. built nt intervals of from three to nclthcr Gen. Brlnlmont nor tho ;nr.i,iv ,- ,-Whether theyinresulted fav- port with which to menace England, m nit(.,i fnViirniilv Fix Kilometers npart. These forts French engineer could foresee that Krom 0crninny alone came news hold n grip on nil Belgium and mnko tiro combinations or earthworks nnd motor traction would make such trc- of 10 surrcn(lor ot the clty of Allt. Holland do Its bidding. He predictbucIi buildings nnd other structures mendous progress since tho forts wcrp. Gen. Von Hesoler, tho Ger-ini- ed a long wnr. ns aro needed. They are surrounded they built were planned. ut Antwerp Iscommnnder hy deep Jiioats with steep sides, on Tlirt tho Germans and Austrlans sued a proclamation that citizens Germans have taken possession of which barbed wire S the far side of 42's nnd 3fi's re- might return to their vpentions with- the Belgian town of Ghent. Tho King have moved are laid out. In spects oly, bytheir ontrngleinonta horses is a fact. Hut out fenr of harm befalling them, nnd Queen of Belgium aro supposmodern forts nil structural walls aro this seems to liavo been done In and that property would be respect- ed to he In Ostein!, though their made of concrete, this applying loi The terrain where tho roads permitted ed. Tlie German report said little whereabouts nre unknown. I ho turrets nnd barracks alike. of no other course. Invariably they number of puns In a fort depends aro moved by powerful traction en- damage had been done to any except public buildings In Antwerp. Emperwhich Wednesday.. upon tho system of defense of gines which in addition to tiie ple.ee or William's army which besieged Sweeping west and north from Antthe fort is n unit. NOT ONLY ARE CHOICE MATERIALS AND pull from three to fuor calsons Antwerp Is now said to be moving werp n'i.i casd'fi fort Is not supported itself the Germans are said to have Recently n typo of traction engine, swiftly toward Ostcnd with the ob- taken Ghent, and threaten Ostcnd to ly flank works and Is. therefore a known as "caterpillar," has been obHARMONIOUS TRIMMINGS USED IN MAKING OUR ttoii in itsel.f, the effort Is made to served for use on bad roads and ject of capturing King Albert and such an extent that tho British ConJO READY-TO-WEAfttficeos im.ny guns as possible, so- across plowed fields. In addition Queen Elizabeth and the Belgian of- sul there lim turned'over bin affairs R UNDERGAR-MENT- S. AND WAISTS ficials. It is stated that the Queen to the American legation. It Is be j le ''.ng bolii Isrgo i'i'l small caliber hfavy already has reached England. llevcd that the Germans intend to fort may both the German nnd Australn nuKis. Ir t' is manner BUT THEY &RZ&LSO SPLENDIDLY MApE. pieces aro mounted on n carriage, occupy all tm mnde lory ntrnni;. Auother meth-i- d tlie wheels of which aro fitted .villi In addition to tlie Hclgaiu and strengthen that country for opTi-tlon- s is not to place so innny pieces in WHEN YOU SEE THEM THEY WILL SUIT YOUR fUiiije for use on the railroads. English against England. soldiers who fled to Dutch 0t- - fort Itsoll", but to depend upon Vor not this later device soil netlier The Berlin official statement reatter the heavy fail of Antwerp aft of war on neighboring points of lias ben suggeste dby the war cannot FANCY: WHEN YOU USl THEM THEY WILL GIUE nnd were interned, a newspaper dis- ported tho repulse of the French t,ttf huj port of artillery stationed in be said, hu ft few days ago patch says, a German division un- around Solssous in the Argounes It VftOtag". LONG WEAR. IT IS ECONOMY TO BUY YOUR batteries were "'Th first system becomes the hpavy German over tlio Helgaintaken wittingly invaded Dutch territory was reported thnt over 20.00H Belin this manner rail and was disarmed. German aero- gian troops remaining in Antwerp 1 point of tlie defensive force, WAISTS AND UNDERGARMENTS FROM US. BOTH wlifc'.nWy operate with tlio fort as roads, tl.o road tractor running on planes again have made n dash over after Its fall hnd lx en made prisoners. cf(1k were captured in sii'prrt. According to the Belgian the rail?, also. Ordinary railroad Paris, dropping bombs. Four per- Forty-tw- o BECAUSE OF THE UP QUALITY AND THE DOWN carmihtn-.y- , cars trailing behind the oaNsons n sons were killed and twenty Injured tlie harbor of Antwerp, and the Ouijf Brlalmont ried the perMinnel of the liatierns and considerable damage to property French attacks upon St. Mihiel have engineer) this method has the PRICE. was done. One missile fell on the been repulsed, the report concludes. pf, hnvliif, till pieces Take - otlcc. Ca'in readiness tor action and It took a man over a ei r t u ake roof of the famous Notre Dame Reports from the eastern theater thedral, setting firo to n beam in sTprNey aro guarded against. Hut up his mind to cet his life it has the drawback ot becoming eas- It took a month for ills policj to tlie roof. French airmen gave chase of war are contradictory. Petrograd ily tle target of a concentrated fire become a"claim after it was issued. to the invaders, but whether they ullcges that tho bombardment of Przemysl continues, while the Auscaught any of them is not known. r.f the enemy's heavy artillery. In And it took ten days for his widow-ttrian report from Vienna says that ens" of bombardment the enemy can get the insurance money after he Except a report that a rear guard the Russians hae been forced to glvo make tho turrets his goal or he can died. Notice the difference in time. action between the Russlnns nnd the up that position. innko the eutire fort his target Talk with C. 1'. KEOW.V, Agnt, INCORPORATUD, In Poland the Germans state tht which usually becomes the practice. State Mutual Life, of Worcester, Germans southwest of Wirballen was in progress, nothing came through Warsaw alone is left In the hands of If one falls to hit ono thing, one Mass. 13tf concerning tlie fight in the eastern the Czar's troops, and Washington hits tho other. For theoretical reaby the lessons war theater. has been notified that the British sons (prot'en correct What Would You Do? v Consul there is preparing to surof this war) there has long been held There are many times when one In tho south tlie Montenegrins render ills office to the American ii prejudice against this system of man questions another's actions and fortification. motives. Men act differently under claim to have defeated, with heavy representative. different circumstances. The ques- losses, an Australn army operating Socnntl Method. Willi the exception of King Al- London, Portugal has not declared 50Sfi Com'th vs. Curtis Brewer, "Tho second method seems decid- tion is, what would you do right now against Sarajevo. bert and tho Minister of War, the war, hint mobilization will be order- 50SO Com'th. vs. Gordon Morris edly better. Instead of having a if you had a severe cold? Could you A traveler from Belgrade reports entire official family ot Belgium ed in that country today nnd action ."090 Com'th. vs. Will Peters. few separate forts of great strength do better than to take Chamberlain's r.001 Com'th. vs. Clyde Arnold, Allies. which the ciemy can make the ob- Cough Remedy? It is highly recom that city amost destroyed by tlie lias been moved to Havre, nnd will will be taken for the nous Com'th. vs. Whnlln King. continuous Austrian bombardment. carry on its business from that ject of the' onoratlons one offer him mended by people who have used it TilOO Com'th. vs. Joe Early. The Government of Belgium has a large number of small forts which for years and know its value. M.s but asserts that tho Servians are French beaport. The French have TilOl Com'th. vs. Walter Patterson. gamely holding out. made all nrrungenieuts, and will been established nt Havre and nil Peru, Intl., says, in first plaeo aro hard to locate and O. E. Sargent, 510L J'om'th. vs. Walter Puttcrson. grant tho fugatives many courte- oillcial business of the naupon which a large amount of am- "Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy is 510:1 Com'th. vs. Walter Patterson. From tlie Far East the Japanese sies. tion Is being transacted from the SlOG munition mi. I be expended. In this worth its weight in gold and I take Com'th. vs. Irvln Kelley. pleasure in recommending It." For report that they have silenced Fort case the forts aro supporting points French seaport. A plan has been set .1108 Com'th. vs. Lcnman Mldklff. litis at Kiau Cliau and otherwise A British newspaper man who hnsJon foot by the American Relief Com- sale by all dealer-)of the infantry positions lying ct nl. are gaining ground on tlie Germans. reached Amsterdam from Germany mlttee In London to repatriate all tlicm. Artillery of small calreports that the Germans nre pro the Belgians now exiled iu Holland 5109 Com'th. vs. Mary Dock cry. iber Is used in this instance for the Trade Opportunities and tlie Tariff. 5110 Com'th. vs. Clnude Daughcrty. England Is making inquiries here The Turks are strongly fortify- paring immense siege guns nnd a and England. protection of the front and 5112 Com'th. vs. Cluudo Ford, lor hosiery, dyestuffs, blankets and ing various places in Syria, .Pales- strong aerial fleet to go into action flanks. Scores of wounded soldlors nre 51 1G Com'th. vs. Will Duie. vjre nails, which she bought in Ger tine and North Arabia. against England from the Belgian being brought Into Ostcnd from "Tho now German fortifications 5117 Com'th. vs. Will Dike, seacost. near Met And Strjf.2burg are of this many before the war. Her agents is reported that the Allies Ghent. It 5118 Com'th. vs. Will Duko. A news agency dispatch says that Jattcr type, consisting of small works arc credited with heavy purchases of and the Germans engaged in a seri- 511S Com'th. vs. Austria-HungarWill Duko. wheat, oats, horses and mules. We cholera is spreading over Tho French official report last ous battle near Ghent on Monday. surrounded bj the usual obstacles supply most of these things, but says thnt except for impor- It is bald that the German forces ."120 Com'th. vs. Will Duke. night (such ns redoubts, trenches, moats ?an tant advances in tho center there were far superior In numbers and 5112 Com'th. vs. Will Duko. ...and barbed wiro entanglements). tho dyestuffs can only bu furnished consignments received here has been no change in tho situation. Hint the Allies were obliged to with- 5123 Com'th. vs. Robert Illlllard Tuesday. 'Ijbeso Torts .ire and form out of 5124 Com'th. vs. R. P. iler from Germany via Rotterdam EngAn pftlcial statement issued at unite, each of which has its armored draw toward the West. Tills removed 5125 Com'th. vs. R. P. Her. largo quuntlt'es of Petrograd announces that on OctoTho Montenegrin army claims to the stumbling block in the way of batteries (loin; rane guns) and also land also needs 5120 Com'th. is. Chester Loyd spelter for use in tho manufacture ber 11 the Russian armored cruiser have defeated a largo Austrian lorce Gcrmnu progress toward QstencLV i.unkon batteries of 5127 Com'th. vs.. Will Bennett Paliada was torpedoed In tho Baltic near Savajevo. rriortars. The intervening Infantry of cartridge metal. 5128 Com'th. vs. Will Bennett. These various wants bring up the Sea by a German submarine and positions aro supported by small calA Vienna statement says that tho 5132 Com'th. vs. Sam Mosoley. question whether the United States sank with her crew of CfiS men. The Thursday. iber Held pieces can undertake to supply the rest of cruiser opeued heavy fire, but the Germany's operations which teem Russians have evacuated Lembcrg 5133 Com'th. vs. Sam Moseley. "Those forta l.'o merely a few liun- and that this point is once more In 5135 Com'th. vs. Everett Guy. XI rilrcd mutt'r ;ipat and are connect-ot- l tlio world with the goods tlio foreign submarine succeeded in landing tor- to be shaping themselvs for uiuHh 513(1 Com'th. vs. Everett Guy, nations require and which they can- pedoes against the Paliada, where- sweep toward Paris, met with a set Austrian hands. with Hiibtcrr.iuean passages which 5137 Com'th. vs. Everett Guy. lead nlm to Ibe barracks beyond the not obtain while all Europe is nt war. upon an explosion occurred, the ves- back yesterday, when the right wing 5138 Com'th. vs. Everett Guy. Lower wages In Germany made it sel going down. In Northern Franco was pressed lmc ue of fire (making it 5139 Com'th. vs. Everett Guy. possible for wiro nail manufacturers I by tho nljlcd forces. None of tlio old- f,OMihltt la wr.o tr:n)b into the 51 10 Com'th. vs. Everett Guy. ir in that country to undersell English wltiit-- a For Infants nnd Children. exjostn',' them to the A dispatch from Vienna utatos clal reports last night was d tailed 5142 Com'th. vs. Will Reynolds. producers in their own market and ' that tho Russians enough, however, to ghe any idea of' )i nail If aitlU'.'i) in Galicla and i.re In this case 5143 Com'th. is. Jas. Collanl. fi;q Kind You Always Bought died. 'he arrangem : N such that the the industry in It.Grent Britain to il- north ot the Vistula aro pursued by what was going on in the thentoru of 5 141 Com'th. vs. Archie Autrj e did This serves war The Germans are all about Os- Auslro-Gornia- n troops. Many towns neiny would iuv, to take one small 5141. Com'th. vb. Wash Duncan (Ap-pai- L what Would happen fu this which a tow days ago were tend, and German aeroplanes hnvo n Of operation lustrate .. 1.1.....1 i)H..i....4t.... bii vork aur itiu'i i&nuttUo la tho ) n...s " bauds of the Russians are now ngain already flown over tho seaside resort " """"" 4'htch woi.ta cm many T 1 THIRD DAV. exports tell us that dos can bol stun ,or Aualrlnn u,muistratlon. ft is of Belgium. The heavy siege guns '"tlit mwo'i reucUou of the CI 48 Com'th. vs. John Coleman in the United States, Imt the Docket, October 'ivii N'umur doux not of made stated. A messngo from Potrograd uud other offensive equipment uro ('oninioiiweiiltli'.s 5119 Com'th. vs. Joshua Pntton. compewould face llercost Term, lilt I. ncMity dwisi'iiHtrity ili.il torts of trade of Germany the soon us tlio war fays that the Russians have aban- bollovcd to hnvo been taken from 5150 Com'th. vs. Cecil Rlio.uls, et nl. us doned the hlcgo of Przemysl, in Aus Antwerp to the southern whig of the have entirely tition tho tircler iin.i. I 5152 Com'th. vs. Willie JCIsnlnger. is or. SECOND DAY. Gulacia, in order to put them unity in nn attempt to level lieirort, lMt theli vain- -, but it Is certain 5153 Com'th. vs. Lawrence Jones. Let Congress enact a Tariff law trian In a strategical position one of the strongest of the French 435S Com'th. vs. Austin Bowling, selves that tbd elers pieces are 5154 Com'th, vs. Win. Render. tidequalo to meet compeformications. i"t al. . army. tho Auotro-Germa- u lint with rates Jul! (lift thine for them.' 5155 Com'th. vs. Gnldle Royal .und tition i'ioiii abroad and Aineriian Tlio Berlin report Inst night states 1071 Com'th. vs. Lee Loyd. ngalnMt ami!!'" forts with permanent Fuiiiilo Iluln. manufacturers will do the n;tt. forces 4972 Com'th. vs. Lee Lojd. A wiroless oillcial statement from thul llm Gorman-Austria- n 'luartcfumlinieir tint rvenlng military-w515i Com'th. vs. Otis Anient. Berlin states that enormous provis- going to the relief of Przemysl have 497:1 Com'th. vs. Leo Loyd. ork) tho fire triin those suns, 5157 Com'th. vs. Harvey Switt. Taxes Due For 1914. ions of ull kinds wcro captured in encircled the besiegers nnd made the 499 I Com'th. vs. Sidney Johnson. vrhiba terrible !. effect, would not to 5158 Com'th. vs. J. L.'Patton. et al. Wo h.no rcvlicd the tax books an Antwerp. Tho English blew up ten attack impossible for the Russians. 5003 Com'th. vs. Ivan Allen, et al. 6159 Com'th. vs. riulckly aioomplfj,; tint results wantArthur Flat. luiVly to b'au jou a receipt. Antwerp forts themselves and the Another force of Russians was roul-?d- r 5005 Coiu'th. vs, Israel Jones ed. An addition I factor in this Is aro now 5 1 GO Com'th. vs. Ben Patterson Plcusu call ut this office at your earIt is said, und many were drown50111 Com'th. vs. Lee Chlnn. Belgians estimate that they lost 20,- ot these that tho transportation 6IU1 Coni'tli. '(t. Eliza, Allen. ; 000 men In prisoners, acenrdidng to ed when bridges ncross tho San gave 5015 Corn'th. vs. F. Burch. heavy pit'ima la a diifleult undctrlah-ing- , liest couvoiilencu and settle. O. KKOWN, S "' tlio German statement. The inter- way. The loss of two derniuti sub- C024 Com'th. vs. Bruno Frey. which In ulo true of the ueccs-isarFor Hale.' Sher'lf Ohio Co. 502fi Com'th vs, Bruno Frey. rupted artillery engagement In the marines Is denied. atnmuiri;. supply To moo . . My library, consisting of Tho ('en-lur- y Woevre region, the report continues, 5032 Com'th. vs. Bruno Froy. those along m i - miled lino of small cm'.yii: i'ok sale. Dictionary, ten volunis; StodPetrogrud reports Hint tlio Ger- 5033 Com'th. vs. Bruno Froy. forts Is ix licwy i.iw! " ill:: :t acres Vi mile from Hartford. bus been resumed, and the bombardmans huvo been thrown dard's Travel Lectures, fifteen vol- - ' buck in 6040 Com'th, vs. Jub. Torrents. ment of Rhclius bus li.-eresumed. Kl; t un .lelpcil. 100 acres :i miles from Hartford. From olhii: sourcos It has been 7.r. uinesj Tho New Students' RofereU-e-Work- , acres : miles from Hartford. A Russlun fleet ot eight large ves- their attack along the Vistula. An- 00411 Com'th. vs. Frnnk Brown tivo volutpes; History cif tlio learned tluit fortifications of tho 125 acres :s miles from Hartford. sels was sighted in the Black Sea. It other statement says thut tho lino 5044 Com'th. vs. Eugene Herrell typo luvored by Gon. Hrlalmont N'lnetconth Century, nnd many othAll Rough river bottom laud in Is claimed that the situation Is favor- of buttle In this region now extends 5048 Com'th. vs. It. P. Iler. from the, country uround Warsaw 5031! Com'th. vs. Herman Green. ers ill) in good condition. Also a have hered tht r purpose well had the district. Please able for Germany everywhere. along the rivers Vistula uud San to G0C7 Com'th. vs. R. P. Her. Stevens double barrel, shotgun, good, ". Germ.uni failed to provldn them-helv- write us If jou waut to bell or buy, tho COGS Com'th. vs. R. P.. iler. The French war office buys that Przemysl und the River Dniester. us now. Also, jiiy carpenter v.$t, pieces. land. with 'tho violent attacks have occurred along C079 Com'th. vs.' Gordon Morris, full. set. IIOLBKOOK & PARKS, Agtb., It has beei nhova at Civet that tho W. .IUHEDRIClv. ' ' According to oJHchil udvices In G0S1 Com'th. vs. Hardin Tanner the front In Northern France, and 12tr AuBtrinu r.Ccontlsieter mortar but- - Otf Hnrtford, Kys Hartford, Ky. EXPERT DISCUSSES - mi SEE nwnri jx n r j r s'"uT A. ' n, Ger-mnn- in lir ' waists 8Sfe - (well-know- con-PtF-it- ly o CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. i. V war-swe- en . y. high-trajocto- r t ' CASTOR A to Free-Trad- I lis. CAsrffffl&$iti! uu. ; lort-rcM- Lle w t Jlt I.J? y tf. i:i:.l leiee-protect-