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WILLSON he ADVISES BOLT Wrote Jforifttri DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ftambticittt, Subscription $1 per Year No. 15 VILLA BREAKS L OOSE AGAIN OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY; lican ticket nglnst even a good man on the Democratic ticket, party loyalty has no right to force any upright citizen to vote for an unfit and dangerous man simply because his name Is under his party design, and I regard Mr. Todd as grossly unfit nnd seriously dangerous to the welfare and good order ot our city and Yours truly, our party. AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON." This letter was published In the Loulsvillo Times Sept. 2, 1897, and was used by tho Democrats, as It was Intended by Willson, as a campaign document aglnst the Republican city and county ticket. Hon. D. II. Htnl tli Speak. Hon. D. H. Smith spoke at the court house 'Monday afternoon after Mr. Bullitt closed. His crowd was oven smaller than the one to which the latter spoke. It was remarked that notwithstanding It was the first day of Circuit Court and that two prominent speakers were billed, it was tho smallest Circuit Court crowd Hartford has had In many years. Mr. Smith made the poorest speech we have ever heard him make. He has during most ot his public career been speaking when the Republicans were in power and he seemed to forget that relations were changed. He went back to the days ot Jefferson and Hamilton and flayed the Protective Tariff and centralization ot power, notwithstanding we are living under a Democratic Tariff law and KYM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914. ments. Since tho war he had been engaged In farming. He leaves a widow and two children. Cnpt. Lee was born at tho old Lee mansion, now part ot Arlington National Cemetery, October 27, 1843. TRYING TO FOOL BAPTIST CHURCH PEOPLE A great many people Inquire as to what church A. E. WUIson belongs. Some time ago a prominent Ohio County Republican wrote to ask the Republican Campaign Committee. In duo time a letter came hack, signed by G. W. Long, chairman, stntlng that Mr. Willson belongs to tho Baptist church. He then wrote asking the name, location and clerk of this Baptist church. To this letter no reply ever came, although it has been more than ten days. Mr. Willson is not a member of the Baptist church, nor of any other church. He Is a Unitarian in belief and attends the church of the Messiah of that denomination, Fourth and York streets, Louisville. Dr. Maxwell Savage Is the pastor, and Informed tho editor of this paper, in response to an inquiry by telephone, that Willson is an attendant at his church. We publish this as an answer to many questions on that subject. Letter Telling: Why He Voted Democratic. Letter Was Used By Louisville Democrats Against City and County Ticket. The following letter was written In response to an Inquiry from a young Republican in Louisville, who, being uncertain as to IiIh duty as a citizen, sought the advice of Mr, A. E. Willson as the highest aiithorltty ot the party in the city: "Louisville, Ky Sept. 1. Dear Sir: After giving the matter careful consideration I have decided to vote for Mr. Weaver and against Mr. Todd for Mayor of Louisville, and I believe ;th at In so voting I shall do the Republican party, to which I belong, 4t ml for which I have worked for so many years, a benefit and not an for I believe that the kind of victory which results In the election 'Of a candidate like Todd as the candidate of a party Is a greater injury than any political defeat. A great many occurrences have is one of -- atisfied me that Mr. Todd s the moat dangerous and unscrupulous men that ever seized upon party machinery in a city; that he has become 30 affected by the political mania that he has no longer the power to decide between right and wrong or jjood and bad, but considers every means Justifiable which will secure the ends for which he strives. The notorious and scandalous incidents of his first election by the Council with the subsequent developments resulting in criminal Indlct- ments against several members of the Council, which show the character of many members of that Council and corroborated the general impressions of the bribery and corruption of his original election s Mayor by that Council; the conduct qf Mr. Todd and those to whom he Intrusted his campaigns in the two Republican primaries succeeding that election, with their notorious instances of promises of office, purchases of votes, manufacture of lists of voters who had not voted, stuffing the primary ballot box and false counts; his active game in the political confidence which bad for Its object the election of Dr. Hunter for Senator, a man vho was exposed In corrupt proposition to the Populists and is under serious criminal charges; his exposure In the apparently earnest indorsement of four or flvo different men for Surveyor of the Port at Louisville, with the special request to the President to appoint each of them to the same office, besides at least two more similar letters to different men for the same olllce; and, lastly, his manifest Responsi bility for the had names on too tick- vl which is to be placed under the Republican design this fall, several candidates on which aro notoriously unfit, corrupt and dishonrable men, forced upon a ticket with some of our best representative men, ought to be evidence, enough to any fair mind tlint neither his morals, the character of his association nor his mental caliber 1b such that his election could bring anything but disgrace and harm to the Republican party. His opponent, Mr. Weaver, has (i creditable record as Alderman, a very fine record as poatmastor, is one of the most agreeable and progressive of the younger men of a man ot good education, of upright character, from whom we have every reason (0 expect a sensihonorable adble, publc-splrlteministration, and I think lmy duty to vote for the better man ot tho two, and that it la as much my duty as a Republican as it Is as a citizen ot Louisville. I do not think that any man, who considers these two candidates with any reasonable amount of knowledge of the men and their characters can hesitate In reaching the conclusion that Weaver is by far the better man; and, while a good Republican would' naturally prefer to vote the Repub well-known y, Lou-isvlll- o, d, fair-mind- VANCE DECLARES WILLSON BOLTER Also CRECELIUS CLEARED OF ALL CHARGES Two Other Indictments Against i. Says He Helped Rob Louis- ville Electorate Last Year. Secretary of State Dismissed. nessed. The lad's companions represented themselves to be Indian's and young Eversolo to be a prisoner. He was tied to the stake In the old state-hous- o yard, leaves were plied around him and set on fire. The youngsters danced a war dance while the flames crept close to young Eversole, and before he could be rescued he was badly burned. His injuries caused blindness, and later he lost his mind. Death today brought an end to his sufferings. Act Declared Valid. Ky., Oct. 20. The workmen's compensation act, passed be the 1914 General Assembly, was held to be constitutional by Judge Stout in the Franklin Circuit Court Monday In the suit brought by the Compensation against the Board State Journal Company to compel It to make the preliminary report to the board under the act.. A large number of employes have refused to comply with the act, insisting that it is unconstitutional. The officers of the State Journal Company had no objection to the act, but for the pur- poseof testing It declined to comply, and In answer to the suit of the board for an injunction took the ground that it is unconstitutional. The case was argued before' Judge; Stout for tho better part of two days, Robert Caldwell, ot the Attorney Frankfort Youth "Burned nt Stake." Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 21. After Assembles Great Army three years ot suffering O'Rear 12 years old, of this city, died Near Convention City. to!ay as a result of Injuries received at the hands of his playmates, who used him as the victim to be burned Delegates In Panic Believe Entire at the stake In the reproduction of a moving picture which they had witConference Will Be ImEver-solo, prisoned, San Antonio, Tex., Oct. 20. Tho Mexican consulate her today recelvod a report from Mexico City stating that Gen. Francisco Villa created a panic among the delegates to tho convention ot military chiefs In today by moving an army of 18,000 men into position where he can envelop the city and imprison the entire conternce. Villa's army is reported to 00 within an hour's march of Aguasca-llente- s. To oppose (him there aro Carranza troops at Monterey and Saltillo, but it would take from four to twelve hours to get them to to the message froji the consulate here the delgates ot Aguascallentes, who include many chiefs of the Constitutional army, have made air appeal to Carranza to guarantee their freedom during the convention, which was resumed today. They declare that Villa's soldierfl, as escorts Who are to the chiefs ot Villa's army, rob them and Insult them in the streets. They ask that Aguascallentes and surrounding territory be declared neutral during the convention, or that the convention be removed to Mexico City. Antonio I. VUlareal, president of the cpnvention, today ordered that a train carying E. G. Llorento, Carlos Dominguez, Manuel Bonllla and Andreas Cuzman to the border, be stopped. These men were released from prison in Mexico City last night by order of the Aguascallentes. convention and were to be permitted to go to Villa territory. They were arest-e- d on charges of attempting to incite rebellion aglnst Carranza. It id expected they are to be held as hostages pending further action by Gen. Villa. According Mexico City to i days of Hamilton. We expected to hear him tell of the benefits of the present tariff law and how it had brought down prices. but in this we were disappointed. Instead he talk-- . ed of the great benefits of the rural free delivery system' land parcel post which the Democrats had given the country, although the .former was Inaugurated under President Roose velt nnd the parcel post by Post master General Hitchcock under President Taft. Ho also took full credit for the law placing the elec tion ot United States Senators up to the people and the income tax meas ure. To have been fair he should have acknowledged that bth measures were made possible by constitutional amendments submitted by Republican Congresses. Mr. Smith was introduced by Judge W. H. Barnes. that the present administration has done more to centralize governmental powers than any since the Terrapins Knt Tomatoes. Mr. Elmer E. TInsley, who lives In the Alexander School neighborhood tells a strange story ot the deHe struction ot his lato tomatoes. says he had a lot ot vines near little Nocreek, which after the drouth broke began to bear a great crop ot the delicious fruit. However, all at once his tomatoes began to disappear and he found many partly eaten and spoiled. These were mostly near the ground and underneath the vines. and detective Mr. TInsley played caught the robbers "red handed." An army of terrapins had Invested his tomato patch. Ho threw fifteen out ut one time. Not desiring to kill them he tumbled them ns tar away hoping the tomatoes as possible would ripen before the stow moving animals could get back but the next day they were on the Job again. Confessed She Slew Mrs. Italley. Mlncola, N. Y., Oct. 21. Cella Coleman, negro maid in the Carman household, und star witness for the State, testltlled today at the trial ot Mrs. Florenco Conklln Carman, accused ot tho murder of Mrs. Louise Bailey, that Mrs. Carman had appeared, revolver In hand, a moment after Mrs. Bailey hud been shot, and Barbourvllle, Ky Oct. 20. Judge Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 20. On moBurton Vance, Progressive nominee tion ot Commonwealths Attorney for the United States Senate, long Victor Bradley, the two remaining term, made a vigorous attack upon indictments against Secretary of State the record of August E. Willson, Crecelius, charging him with obtainopponent, in his ing money by false pretenses, were his Republican speech hero tonight. He was heard dismissed today by Circuit Judge R. by a large audience. L. Stout. Judge Vance charged Gov. Willson This action on the part of Bradley with being the candidate of the liq- did not come as a surprise, as he said uor lntersts and the American To- yesterday that under the construcbacco Company. In support of these tion ot the law by Judge Stout he contentions, he read the published would not be able to secure a conreport of his opponent's statement viction. Judge Stout had held that of campaign contributions. Some of notwithstanding Secretary of State the principal contributors to the cam- Crecelius admitted that he had drawn paign fund of the standpat nominee,' money from the State in the name he pointed out, are men affiliated of Maynie Y. Stone and paid It over with the liquor business or the Am- to his sister, Evangeline Crecelius, erican Tobacco Company. he .was not guilty of an offense as The speaker accused Willson of charged, unless he appropriated the being a bolter. He charged that Will-so- n money to his own use. bolted George D. Todd,-- his parWhen court convend this morning. ty's candidate for Mayor of Louis- Commonwealth's Attorney Bradley ville, and later refused to support made the following- motion: Dr. Godfrey Hunter's candidacy for "I move your Honor to dismiss the the Senate and that of Judge O'Rear other two indictments against C. F. for Governor. This part of the ad- Crecelius, for the following reasons: dress brought much applause. "Tho evidence which has been proJudge Vance also repeated his duced by the Commonwealth on one challenge to Willson to produce the charge heretofore in one case, which correspondence In which he begged charged the defendant with obtaining for tho indorsement of Theodore money under false pretenses for the Roosevelt and wa3 refused. He com- month of July .19113, did not justify mented upon tho fact that Willson, a conviction under the law in the thus far, has refused to reply to this opinion of the Commonwealth's Atchallenge. torney, and motion was made to disThe arraignment ot the Republican miss the case. The evidence in the nominee concluded with an acount other two Indictments is necessarily of his participation in last, year's the same, with the exception of the electton In Louisville. He accused months in which the crime was Willson ot being party to wholesale charged. This being the state ot frauds by which the electorate ot the facts, I think it would be impossible city was robbed. to obtain a conviction. The. testl- In addition to discussing the rec-- . mony f6r the Commonwealth could opponent, not be produced with the same ord of his Republican Judge Vance spoke at some length strength as was presented to tho about the Progressive program and, grand Jury and differed very materi- the reform which the party hopes to . ally therefrom." bring-about- Frankfort, General's office, representing the board. Judge Stout granted a mandatory Injunction to the board, and the case will be appealed immediately. It probably will be argued be fore the Court of Appeals October 29. The Corrector Corrected. The Hartford Herald thinks this paper was wrong when it stated that Mr. Dudley C. Jones, the Progressive nominee for Congress, had withdrawn in favor of W. Sherman Ball, the Republican candidate. We were right. Although he withdrew too late to get his name off the ballot, as It had already been certified to the various county clerks. Here Is what the Loulsvifle Herald, Progressive organ, says about it Tuesday, this week: "The action of Dudley C. Jones', Progressive nominee for Congress In the Fourth District, In withdrawing from the race in favor of Sherman Ball, his Republican opponent, is emphatically repudiated by members ot the Progressive State Campaign Committee here, who unite in declaring that the Moose senatorial nominees will not suffer on account ot Jones' defection. Tho withdrawal ot Jones, who has given out a statement asking Progressives to vote the Republican ticket, has aroused keen resentment among Louisville Progressives. They express great Indignation that Jones should have obtained the confidence of the State organization, accepted the nomination, unopposed, taken a solemn oath to carry tho party banner, and then violated the trust reposed in him by the Progressives ot , If it obtains the support ot tho people. Congressman Caleb Powers and his independent opponent, John Henry Wilson, both of "whom live In Barbourvllle, were In Judge Vance's audience. Ditch Law Is Upheld. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 21. The appelate court affirmed the decision of the Daviess circuit court holding that the drainage ditch law was constitutional. The board of Daviess county commissioners was preparing to dig a ditch covering certain territory In the western end ot the county, when Emlson Shaw and others filed an injunction suit to prevent this being done, onthe grounds that the law was unconstitutional. The petition was dismissed, Judge Blrk-hea- d holding that the law was constitutional. The court ot appeals so holds. "ADAliuTlG. Oct. 20. The bad weather during the past several days, has delayed wheat sowing. W.e nre glad to have Rev. J. B. Rayborn back on North Hartford circuit. There will bo preaching at Mt. Moriah next Sunday. Willie, little son of G. W. Wed ding, has typhoid fever. Mrs. Keown, of Fordsville, Is visiting her son, J. J. Kcown, of this place. Mr. Lonnlo Owen visited friends In Whltesvlllo Sunday afternoon. Several folks from this place at- said: "I shot him." Cella thought Mrs. Carman referred to her husband, Dr. Carman. "The next morning about daylight Mrs. Carman came to my room," Ce"She said, 'Oh, Cella, lla continued. what did I kill that woman for? I hope God will forgive me. You stick to me, nnd If anything happens to you I'll take cart- - of your little boy.' " Says Reglonals Will Open November 1. Washington, Oct. 21. Secretary McAdoo, speaking today to representatives ot the directing boards of the twelve Federal reserve banks, expressed the opinion that the banks can be opened by November 16. It is not expected that they shall immediately be able to perform all their functions, but that some of them will be in condition to undertake to receive deposits from member banks and havo tho machinery ready for radiscount purposes. repressen-tatlve- s More than seventy-fiv- e ot the banks were present. After a speech by Gov. Hamlin, of the reserve board, the meeting divided to committees to take up some of the technical questions confronting tho banks. Mr. McAdoo's opinion as to tho openiug day for the banks probably will bo followed by a fornicl announcement of the date before the meetings here are over. In tho mean-tlthe members ot the board expect to learn th opinion of the banks' McAdoo Carranza's Family, at Border. Eagle Pass, Tex., Oct. 20. The family of Venustlano Carranza, Constitutional First Chief, reached tbe Mexican border today. It was announced that they would make their temporarily at. PledraS residence Negras, opposite here on the Mexican side of the Rio Grande. The move was reported to be for the safety ot Carranza's family In case of unfavorable to him. Piedras Negras was Carranza's provisional capital when his revolution was started. It is the State ot Coahulla over which he was Governor when he raised his revolt against Huerta. - It is aid on good authority herd that Carranza remarked he might have difficulty In gqttlng his family out of tho country, but as tor himself, with his family In safety, he could fight his way out. There was an unconfirmed report hero today that Villa had arrested some of the peace delegates at Aguascallentes. Take - Notice. It took a man oyer a year to make up his mind to get his lite insured. It took a month for bis policy to become- a claim after It was issued. And it took ten. days for his widow to get tho insurance money after he died- - Notice tho difference. In time. Talk with C. P. KEOTyN, Agnt, Stato Mutual , Mass. Life, ot, ' Worcester, . tho district." Never Again, Says Nic. Petrograd, Russia, Oct. 20. The will ncvor Russian Government again embark in the manufacture nnd sale of alcoholic drinks. This statement, confirming previous reports, has been mado in tho name ot Emperor Nicholas himself. The Russian Union ot Abstinence, which devotes its energies to the combating ot alcoholism, addressed to Emperor Nicholas a hollcltatiou that ho forbid forever tbe sale ot spirituous liquors in Russia. His Majesty replied in a telegram In the name ot Grand Duke Constantino and addressed to the president of tho abstinence society, in which he said:. "I thank you; I long ago decided to interdict for all tlmo in Russia tho salu ot alcoholic drinks by tho Government." representatives. Gfa. Iee'H Son Dead. '' X' Take - Notice. Wanted By a man in 111 health "any old kind" of life Insurance that will offer protection to "his family after his death, which will occur soon. Address "F'rocrastlnator," Ar- ound tho Corner. Talk with C. P, KEOWN. Agent. State Mutual l.lia, of Worcester, tended' tho .speaking Mass. '15tt Mouday. Washington, Oct. 20. Word was received' her today of tho death ot Capt. Robert E Leu, youngest sou of Gen. Rob'ort E. Lee, tho Confederate commander, at his home at Uppervllle, Va lust night. Ho had been seriously ill for sonio time. Interment will be at Lexington, Vu Friday. Capt. Lee entered tho Confederate at Hartford army as a private in the artillery and participated la numerous eugage- - ,v rrlaee Found Killed. , , . 13tt London, 'Oct. 22. A dispatch to the Central N,ews says its correspond- out In Northeastern France beard that near Caestre, tn tho Department ot Nord French troops fount) the body of Prince Maximilian of Ucsso, who had bpon. killed by reVolver shots. The.' body was clad only in a tunic and socks. There was no ex planation ' of how.the Prince' tuethls '. ' death. morrow as she Is today, remember second array of 1STO , GUARDS that everyone of us has his part to They had arrived in France one , play assuring that safety at a time, two at a time, three at a tlm-- , long before battle was joined, STAND CHARGE! Hopeless Lunjj Trouble Ctirel. THICK AS FLIES and, under Stelber's direction, had Many recoveries from Lung Trou furnished thousands of secret reports I ' I hav e recently purchased from A.C. Yuiser his recording bles are due to Dr. Hell's Pine-Taconcerning every district that the T Honey. It strength Agencies fAHitm fitf.ifttMf tini I tmif rnnri f'nmimnfna! fintfnnnfnl Gorman army was to traverse. the Lungs. Wnnrlrprlc Tlicrnvprprl anrl. M. Paul Lanolr. In a remarkable Weill KUSll 01 nOrSemeil checks the Cough and gives relief, Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes , ., ... . ... . . f vhiu r. It,,!., If- mmma li .1 1 o. ' brochure, "The German Spy System uKins, uaiw, me ousiness wrii'en in an iiie towns nnuI ..III villages in At.! cwuniy. " UKtli d,,..-- 4 .V. C. writes: "I used Dr. Bell's Plne- ii iiu uayuiici. Slaill WithOUt MerCy. (In France," says: "It constituted the j These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to y in a case given up as first example In the history of war hoar from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, hopeless and It effected a complete of the scientific and methodical or- ganUation of an espionage service Go Into Battle Singing "God Save cure." Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's MOSt Elaborate System Of Es- - placed directly and continuously at If your cough Is dry and J Ireland" Lose Many hacking let it trickle down the the service of the combatant army." pionage Since Time of throat, you will surely get relief. OnTake, In this connection, a Men. '. ly 25c. at your Druggist. from Stelber's own "Memoirs." Frederick. "At the commencement of the i Side Light on Neutrality.. campaign, when we had reached . Havre, Oct. 17. This Is the story, Since the President has enjoined I was invited to dine with I learn from a Purls, Oct. 17 as It has been told, of the way In neutrality on his fellow citizens In J the Chief (Iilsmarck) and his staff source that there were of officials of the Ministry of Foreign which the Irish Guards at M European met respect to the pending as far as possible 30,000 professional German splea In Affairs We were Installed In a small 'he charge of three German cavalry war Americans should heed the Injunction. But If France it tlic outbreak of war and peasant's house. encounter with undying glory. on tbo- - the Kaiser spent, according It I' the story of what those caw the people were left to speak with- - J "After dinner, while Bismarck was out restraint, many think there to oJticial figures, J3.000.000 a year. personally making coffee for the w''o were not themselves on the Such a nstem of espionage the world company, he gave utterance ,nB llne and who awaited with appre-t- o would be no call for a division to hap. fiev.r before seen. a prophecy which was destined to i hension and wonderment the collls-h- e ascertain how they stand. Within half a century the Ameri- And they suffered horribly. By fulfilled six months later: 'It Is '"a between the gray hordes of the In Germany hundreds and by thousands they julte decided that we shall not give Kaiser's horsemen and the thin, but can traveler In Europ have h'sa detected and hot. In the Alsace or Lorraine back to France.' unswerving line of Britishers In;" weU a8 I" other parts, was ser ,., ...I . . umli,pfnuAil- If imnliln- ,n t ...f.iInltall fast two months no incident has been An oflicer of the headquarters staff inum, no, wun uayoncis uxea, i -- ""' "........- i mom; common than to Bee a bogus added th- - remark. 'Our army Is In- - iaade ready for their oncoming. These sPcak the French tongue. At that commercial traveler or shepherd or vincible," whereupon 1 Jumped up inj sa'ie rlllsher ha'l Jovially shout- - da' lbe French language was not jitjitman pn4cd up against a wall I. frv on,i nn.Ur,.,i 'Onv , r,ihor t ed their adleux to French trooDs who only the speech In all royal circles. U..' u.. .' . 'Mf J! with it 'bandkerclilef across his eyes our armies ' " had been retired from their imme- but all public Inns and places of and a row of Lebel rifles leveled at diate neighborhood, and in the brief entertainment on the continent as Keep Stomach and Liier Ho.tltli. interval before the crash came the well. It was the sesame that opened Iilrn from ten feot away. A vigorous Stomach, perfect work- watchers could see officers walking ill doors. Heady command of French A few days ago I saw two men in I) chains walking thru puddles on the ing Liver and regular acting Po.vels up and down the lines, cracking was 'not only a means of getting on Is guaranteed If you vill use Dr. Jokes with their men, and otherwise abroad, but in a sense a guaranty Chalons Jloal with a couple of on bicycles behind them. One King's New Life Pills. Thoy insure assisting to maintain their excellent of refinement and social standing. Afterwards however, a change prisoner wj In overalls, which is a good Digestion, correct Con.itip.tion spirits. I am told that when the Ger-an- d have an excellent tonic efiect maII cavalry was only 200 yards came when the silent language, becommon spy disguise, while the other vinn in the uniform of a French on the whole system rurify your itta uuv iiiuii iiiuiiiumurii? jui gan gradually to lose its exalted was a blond North Ger- blood and rid you of all body nels- down his rifle and begged a clgarettt ranks, perhaps for more than one I private. He .. . man and bis face had probably be- - ons through the BoweLs. Only 'Joe. from a comrade which he coolly lit. reason. The admiration of mankind g trajK.d llm. The two were marching at your Druggist. Then they "prepared to receive for the French empire and its Peo-- 1 ' to certain, death. cavalry," and did it in better order pie began to wane, and this was one Greater Hervla Behind Murder. cause. 1 The omnipresence of the I relearn that when the Germans London, Oct. 13. neuter's Tele- and with much less excitement than treat tbey often leave behind men gram Company has received, via Am- If they had been about to wltnesf English speaking Briton and American wasdoubtlessanother. All places speakli.g French well, who await the sterdam, a dispatch from Sarajevo, the finish of a St. Leger. Three regiarrival of the French and then try Bosnia, saying that the Indictment ments of German cavalry, splendidly on the globe in no long time came o echo the shibboleth of ShakesJo creep up to the German lines with against Gavrio Prinzlp, the assassin i horsed, splendidly equipped, charg peare. With the advent of this a .roport. of Archduke Francis Ferdinand and ed a regiment of Irish infantry. Tin speech came the insidious In Ilkeims alone, according to an men who had been Joking and smok his wife, together with twenty-on- e dissemination of the rights of man account I heard, they have discoverof his accomplices, ha3 been read in lnB rose "P to meet them.abristlint and principles of government BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. that ed COO spies. The champagne indus- Sarajevo. bulwark of giants, holding weapont conflicted with the long asserted dl-- J try, of coarse, employed very many, ; of steel In steel grips. o The men aro charged with high J and ne.irly all the spies who have treason In For a few minutes there was an vine right of kings. connection with the assasMany years ago (shortly after been taken and lived in the district. sination of the Archduke. Three awful chaos of horses, soldiers gray It i: beUevwl by the authorities of other persons have been charged and soldiers yellow, glittering lances our civil war) emigrant Magyars in America, caused to be executed a The town that while the bombard- with being cognizant of ne d.ealer or.a.fcent n VJ rf the plot, and and bayonets, the automatic spit of colossal marble statue of a n ment of Rtieims was going on, there having machine guns, the flashes of mus- rww4 witi &uu vivuiuy LU weapons concealed with procurAmerican which they seu twinrude Detachable Kowboat and Canoe were Hpies la the elty with a secret whlch the outrage was perpetrated. ketry. Admidst It all, the men in ed to be set up In one of wirelfHS installation who sent directhe larg Motors, which are advertised in all reputable Prinzlp, under examination, admit- - kl'aki stood immobile. Grimly, and magazines of the world. This advertising tions for Sre control to the batter- ted that with a second bullet he in- - without budging, they threw back est parks of Budapest, capital of Franz Joseph's empire in Hungary. campaign reaches thousands who have use ies throe mllew away. A close search tended ' at the bayonet's point, in utter to kill Field Marshal Oskar There for long years with closed for portable and detachable rowboat has been aaado thru the town, but Kals-ththe governor of Bosnia. but niorallzatlon, the troops of the motors, but who would have no use lor liunches on ips. America's Washington has the police fcave not been able to dis' er tl,e me who terrified the he used it for the Archduchess. account of lack of time and no summer homes. Write jtood a silent witness for human cover where the Installation, If It promptly for particulars as to how representatives are the Indictment deals with a,lt villagers of Belgium and France liberty. with and protected. Begin operations at JbLLevTsI 1 does exist, was mounted. the motive of the outrage and de-- ' They wanted something to put on once so as to aDtain me tun Dcnent ot tbe season. In Victor Hugo's house In Paris, The German devices for the con plcts the machination for a greater their banner, and their casualty list EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY trol or artillery fire are Indeed very Servia In quarters extending as far will show that, "if blood be the to which he returned from exile aft292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN ingenious. One of them, described to as price," they achieved their aim. er' the downfall of the last Napol KXmm the royal court. eon, mere is one tiling worthy an rnc by ao officer of Chasseurs at French soldiers tell me that, rising Toned L'j Whole Sj item. at Chcval, is to send on patrols of from the ranks of the Irish, Just be- American's attention, if he can visit Ilhlnns, who push right up to close "Chamberlain's Tablet3 have done fore the crash came, there reached there before the kaiser conquers contact with tho enemy's positions more for me than I ever Jared hore them the strains of songs they had that city. In a room which the li :nd tthon make signals to their guns for," writes Mra. Esther .Mao Baker, never heard before. A French soldier, berty loving Frenchman had approin the rear by using the belfries of Spencerport, N. V. "I used several .hobbling along with a bandaged face priated as a study there Is a desk BETWEEN against the wall where he stood wheu p. few months villages like gigantic candies. They bottles of these WifvimW iih.tw MWSM and a bullet In his neck, ventured writing. 'The top of the desk is of , l LEVELAND ago. They not only cured me of bill to repeat from memory :llmb to the top of the tower, soak the beginbo rafters with petroleum and then ous attacks, sick headachrs and that ning of a tune which I made out to plate glass, and underneath the glass s, was a paper on which was the Inv wet five to it. The steeple consequent- tired out feeling, but toned up mj be that of "God Save Ireland," and ly burns slowly downward like a g- whole system." 'So? sale by all I have gathered that "Whistle To scription In French, of which the following Is the translation: "The igantic torch, and the guns, seeing dealers. Me, Said I" was another of these United States of America later to tiignal, know where to fire. --ir strains. "K Tf" TV I be the United States of the World." "SSifciiKu HHtr JVr.otber method is to have spies The generosity of Mr. Thomas At.. - wrmVN. M. Hanging on the wall above, the desk vr itlii L.idAl :..... i llHgUiiicd as shepherds moving kins earns for that adaptive gentlewas a picture of Abraham Lincoln, about with flocks of sheep in the man tributes of surprise and admiraall nru;Mriii AjM.uitiw4i nwr ta in ctM Urgcr Liu 4ut leauu-- uu rr. presented by the original to Hugo, iiiLdJ rirr I'm vrorUI. Irt inrl Jliio j, the French lines. These spies tion from the French soldiery. He and no doubt the inspiration of tlio MasaaHcvat Steamer. "StZAUZZZZ." "Cltr of &IoH and ,Ci of Buffalo" ..'finite the concealed position of the wants to give everything away his DaUy CLEVELAND and BUFFALO Inscription below. M.i.ttoDeci.t French batteries, which are usually Jam, his canned meats, and many . . T. M. S:0 v. m, Uvo VaXU ) Utro i:KYfljp.l Shortly before the beginning of tho C.J') A.M. 20 A. II. punted under the cover of woods. Arnoi;uCjIj Anl uCIovtbaJ other delicacies wherewith he is pro- battle of Manila Bay Time) (Crnlnl Sumlir'l in 1S0S, tho Then they lead their flocks to a point And 13 Restored to Health by vided. Ho believes in sharing with Cjn1 un Toinu. nlrul ticket kI HuiT!! (if ?lncrn TttlUaiitl all Cnnioni commander of a German fleet exrraUtt' Im lmi i loI.inil ami tlulToIti nn (; I fjf trinirtatiuii uu our alraiutM. Ak . directly In rear or this position. Lydia . Pinkham's Veghis "pals." j nil" iitkrt iprnt fir IjcU .a u U. IJnr, t mi J.ir ljnjMni UIualrlrvl iMtoklrt Itr, pressed to a British admiral whoj was A llennua i"Toplan! conies over In a cafe, tho landlady said to me, present, etable Compound. THE CLEVCLAHD U BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, CloT.l.nd. O. his purpose of assisting tho thorliy after, mw the Hock of sheep, "We like the English soldiers, but Spaniard r'urli'mTi ftft nnriinn rF frrl In the approaching conflict. i ta'iKcau not see the hidden guns, o'f how to caro for mvself tho Scottish and Irish are not good The Briton replied. "If you do, you wo is uU: to itlgiiul to the Ger- iiiil when vcrjjing into womanhood.and from j "en. They won't pay for what they to the selfish vinn hnttiriea where their enoniy Is. taking cold when going to school, I suf-- 1 have." Xow, this was a slight on men will have botji myself and Admiral sla was offensive turin For Sale. Many of theso pastoral Hples havo fored from a displacement, and each 'of my own race, and I asked the enorl Dewey to whip before you win," It spirited kaiser, but without formal ISO la not recorded on Hartford and Ilockpor that tho German acknowledgement, tho tie betwen the JVn idiot oa tlio ground. They arous- - iiiuiiui i iiou buvuru Jain aim nautid patronno what sum sho had lost by took part. may It be that neither the American republic and the mother road, 1 2 mllea from liroudway and " which always meant a from work reason of ff simpleton toy tho persistence with their faulty commercial Infor j filch thoy cbosc grazing for their was two to four days from the time I stincts. Twelve francs, I was told, German or Englishman had any In- country wus munlfold stronger, tho 2 miles from Kockport. Schoolhousoi old. iiitks IniniiyliKicly in tho rear of "I10 yearn Kansas to live with my sis- represented the total. "Then," said structions on tho subject from their perpetual bond of :i common speech. on OdsB or farm tyid church near. went to We are neutral In tho present conrhn name French battery tlmo after ter and while there a doctor told me of I, "I will pay you your twelve respective governments. But the circumstance was repeated along with flict and filmll remain so. Indeed we Three roads pass dwelling house thin.. the 1'inkhurn remedies but I did not use francs," und I was about to do so the story of Dewey's brilliant victory, would not exchange the blessed peace which Is oa llartl'ord- It. V. D. No. "! h:io one cook mid a hundred them then as my faith in patent medi- when some French soldiers who hail and creating a most kindly feeling our people enjoy for all the glory ( Most of land perfectly level. Any spies," tho gre.il Frederick used to cines wus limited. After my sister died been drinking in the restaurant for the British tar, who was ready to say. Since Frederick' time espionage I came homa to Ohio to livo and that stood up und said, "Xo, you won't. fight under tho Union Jack and tho and conquests any of tho warring on desiring to purchase farm will do has been my homo for the lust 18 years. powers hopo to win. Wo havo only him been regarded beyond the Ilhino "The Change of Life came when I was If this bo true, that the Irish and Stars and Stripes to avenge the pity for the misguided ruled who has woll to Investlgaao. Prlco reasonaih an fsenllal p.irt of the machinery Scotch do not pay their bills, It Is dastardly destruction of 47 years old and about this time I saw the Malue made himself "a dread and a ti'rror" ble. Apply for further information for tlio dofn.se of tiie monarchy. my physical condition plainly described true, also, that they do not run when and her men. BAItNETT & SON. Agents. his superiors, measured As n military engine, espionage in one ot your advertisements. by every to Then I the Krupps aro turned upon them. The distinguished Mr. Balfour, at standard ot human virtue and yet had been perfected ut tho date ol tho boRun usintr Lydia E. Pinldiam'a Vc They uro cooler than wo, and the Franco-ttorinHWar. Tho organizer etable Compound and I cannot tell you Germans fear them." After that, the tho head of tho British ministry in who has been so lacking in common King Edward's roign and long a grace as to boast of his odious In chlof wan Stluher-Hlle- biir whom .r u,,y ono the rclicf il Kav,s me in the landlady, whoso husband was fightmember of parliament comes as near achievement. M"VU IIIUI1UI3. il, IIUL IIIU IIMI llu.,.rnt, ,l,.,:.rll.n,l ..u AWMfe Of Dy Lucius P. Little. . 0 lrln Tho most' economical, cleansing aud i,a invu ing at tho front, refused to take any speaking of miL-ii nevii iiui lay on every monin tho British nation us HlouUihoumlH. germicidal of all antiseptics la and during tho last 18 yenrs 1 liavo not money. any public man of his day. your Fall Cold Needs Attention. It was lilleber who, when Freder-- paid out two dollars to a iloctor.aml havo And now something about tho On ono occasion when a question iek William wu ready for his inarch been blest with excellent health forn No use tn fuss nnd try to wear Beamiest sldo of tho war. Those of bofore parliament was under dlscus-Hioof my ugo und I enn than!: Lydia us at homo who, on Franco, Imd Mrewn with 20,000 thanks to our gloriaffecting the relations of Grent it out. It will wear you out instead. plca tlio roid from Paris to Berlin. E.PinUham'iiVegetauloConiiioundforit. ous navy, know nothing or what war Britain and the United 8lntes some Tuko Dr. King's New I)latov.ry, re"Sineo tho Change or LifoU over I brilThin methodical organization have been a maternity nurse nnd being means, need, perhaps, a reminder ono' mtimatcd that thero was danger lief follows quickly. It cliecka your A soluble Antueptic Powder to In ooucnptiou- - embraced a host wholly liant I cannot over such us a visit to thu Continent will bo dissolved in water as needed. that It market gardeners estimate tlio vuluo of good houllh. I quickly give them, f saw ludies to tween might lead to hostilities be- Cold and Soothes your Cough awey. of farmnru, An a medicinal antiseptic for douchPH tho two countries. With quiet havo now earned a comfortable little agricultur.il laborers, eloquence Mr. Balfour utterod tho I'lcusant, Antiseptic and lleel'iig. in ttoatlng catanh, inflammation or homo just by sawing and nursing. I day ladies who lately held iilur fttiiinivrrtot travelers, tutors, havo recommended tlio Coiiixnind to In provincial society o our own last word on that subject: "Tho day Children like it. Oct a fiCc. bottle ulceration of noso, throat, and that ofncoru In retirement. many with irood result, us it is cxc.-l- . ladles of the manor, destitute and has long since come, when neither of Dr. King's Now Dlscovury and caused liy femlnino Ills It has no equal. For ten years th Lydia B. g widows at the desks of y11, l. "H;o oeioro and atler oliiM begging their bread. now or hereafter thoro can over bo keep It In the hoiiBe. "Our fniully Medlciuo Co. has recouuuor lodPltiMiam lilrlli Mtii Pvi'l Atinifi C!L.ur Pax tine eafrn nnd letlaurants, and several .,,- -, ni.tn The wur has ruined them. It has war on tho earth between two Eng In their privato correspondence with ' ' l.n.i. . M.f .. hi .. .w... 1. 1.. ..... Cough and Cold Doctor" writes Lewis women, iiivumifluu .if iifiivvuuiu nuiiri'bi'a proves its snnnrt.-.rirou want special advice write to made them line up with the children lish spciiklng nations!" which If and cliAinUou'uiilda and t'overneiics Chamberlain, Manchester, Oh'o. Motl- Women who havo been cured say E. I'iukhain Medicine Co. (couQ of the gutters In order to get bread. Undoubtedly the acknowledgment dt'iillal) J.Tmit Mass. Your letter will IUimomber this, and, 1n beer It Is "worth Its wclcht In imJ,i kiilu, hotels and private t while hoping of u special bond of friendship be-- ey buck if not satisfied, but It i.e;irl druggists. be cpeueJ, read and ausneivd by a POc. large box, or by mall, hoiiBCu. AN tlicao were, tn met, ' 3,r,ct WBai!wKft that Cnelaud will remain us :ife to- - tween (ircat Uritnln.France nnd Rus' always helps. uonwt, Ma a Tbe Pastoa Toilet Co.. Host m. .V -- GERMAN SPIES " IRISH iNEW INSURANCE AGENCY i : j i r- i .- -- , Tar-Hone- i y. f E. E. BIRKHEAD, - Hartford, Ky. , LOOK HERE! le j i Y ..J ..., fti tors, Mowers, nay Rakes and nay Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. : : Don't forget that we can furnish: I you the best binder on the market. ; Come and contiact with us, so we : can have the machine here in time : ;t so there will be no delay when the I t time comes to use them. Biiv vour : J.linpiemejiis irom me ueaier mai nas f I practical experience and knows the : t implements to select. , ' Now is the time to get the JOHN : ; ni?i?Di? r..i;.rn- : j jbivuiv TTdguiia, uuggica, ivuiuya3 wm r.,: .i.i ! i WILLIAMS & MILLER J Jl I I well-know- VV HTJ ! , luESlsi at peas-Finall- y, I MiaifciSfeHslifc. i $300t iiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiim&:iJ Buffalo I k NURSE TAKES .1 tou-ro- l 1 DOCTOR'S ADVICE C 1 C . ." ps lay-oft- - s ii I "'' SPECIAL TO WOMEN n, Zb<tft&s vine-grower- s, tiuo-lool;iu- I I 'r,,i,i T lij-dl- a ii,' fl .va nHHH y rapidly ns to hx Hip capacity f the ICANADA OPENS i (Mil In a vcr; thort time. The hnt roost at Mitchell's Lake Is he head of 11 largo body of stand- NEW LANDS KILL MALARIA! sewer water; In fact, this lake holds nil the sewage of San Antonio, a city of about 120,000 persons, and It Is an Ideal spot for the breeding Texas Scientists Prove Suc- of mosquitoes, as the hike covers Five Million Acres Being about 900 acres of land, and thu avSurveyed for Settlers. erage amount of sewage received by cessful Scheme. It daily is 10,000,000 gallons. The roost was flnlnhed on April locking tlio louvre, Railroads Helping In Movemen Winged Ani-- 2, 1911. IJofore Roosts Built Where the inside was sprayed with a chemand Vast Wheat Fields ical fluid, which gives off an odor reals Increase and Decrease Identical with the natural odor of Will 4ppear. Vanishes. the hnt, and without which chemical fluid the bats can not be colonized. :i y n:sn Tweiity-flv- o can ib. m pounds of fresh guano October. Five Ottawa, Cannda, Antonio, Tox. A imrpctu.il wero then spread In the hopper of San million acres of government land In olosod xeason on its ImtH lian been the roost, and in four months It was tenanted by a colony of bats attract- the western provlncu of Canada, now declared In Texas ns n result of experiments conducted by Dr. ed there by these odors. Thu next being surveyed by the Department of Charles A. It. Campbell of San An year thu roost beanie so full of bats the Interior, will be opened for tonio. It has hen demonstrated quite (that It took them several hours to homestuadlng purposes In a short conclusively Hint bats aro the worst ciiiiii! out, and they were so thick time. This work Is being done In etnemles of mosquitoes and that by that in the sunlight they resembled widely separatu districts, from a cloud and gave thu roost the appropagating hats the m'cuuee of maNorthern Manitoba to tho valleys in pearance of being on fire. The roost laria may lie greatly diminished. llrltlsh Columbia. Twelve hundred Krom time immemorial the com- Is now full of bats. men nnd an equal number of horses mon hnt has beeu despised as a are required to carry on tho work of ilenUen of the grnveynrd, a bird of meeting thu demands of the incom- -' gets III omen, a I lug honieseehers. Thu frontier is he- in milady's hair, nerving ablug pushed north and westward from For Infants and Children. solutely no useful purpose. It has the great lakes. Kach season the TI;o Kind You Have Always Bought been limited down and destroyed farmer is encroaching on the fur mercy. without trappers' domain and often the race Bears tho It is now realized, however, that Slgnatuiuof Is between the surveyor und tho the bat Is one of man's best friends settler. nnd ought to be carefully cultivated. The chief scene of activity In the The eradication of malaria Is prom- United States Will Have Illggest nrnvlnrr, nf Allwrtn Is In the Peace ised If bats bo multiplied In suffi(illll. Klver district, north of Edmonton, cient numbers, and Texas scientific The biggest gun in the world Is where forty-fiv- e townships are being bodies are so much Impressed that being built In thu United States Arsubdivided Into quarter sections of secured the passage of a law mak- senal In Watervllet, N. Y., and Is to 100 ncres each. ing it a penal offense to destroy a lie placed at thu Pacific end of thu C400 homeTills will provide hat under any circumstances. I'aunmn Canal. steads, or a block of land more than experiments which resulted In The weapon, The gun is a slxteen-lnc- h the glorification of the bat were be- 49 feet 3 luetics In length, and weighs forty miles square. In "the Peace Hlver block," a tract of 3,500,000 gun some time ago at San Antonio about 12C tons. It has a range of acres, surveys are being made In by Dr. Campbell. miles, from sixteen to twenty-on- e After much research and number- varying with different elevations, nnd the vicinity of Fort St. John and Hudson's Hope, GOO miles by road less experiments nnd disheartening It will hurl a projectile of 2.J100 from Edmonton. This land was conI)r Campbell finally succeeded 'In Kach discharge will cost voyed to the dominion by the propounds. constructing "bat roosts," which, aft the government GOO. f vince of British Columbia. with certain er being prepared The enormous weapon will Ho In Another surveyor Is subdividing e chemical fluids, seem to be actually ambush nt the canal, being lifted to lands in the vicinity of North Verhnt caves. position by a big running carriage, milion, on the Peace Hlver, 700 One of these "hat roosts," which which will he dropped from view Im- miles distant by road from EdmonIs located nt Mlchell's Lake, ten' mediately thu weapon hns been dis- ton. At this place wheat has been miles south of the city of San An- charged. successfully grown for years, and the tonio Tex., has proved itself to be Military experts of all countries Hudson's Day Company has a large complete success Hint its such a have followed the gun's construction and well equipped grist mill manufecta almost border on the mirncu- to such extent as this government facturing flour by modem processes lous. Housing nnd protecting ns It would permit, with the keenest In- to supply Its trading posts in the far does, bats by the tens of thousands, terest. The gun's Installation will north. Its advantages over natural hat caves be an event In the history of defenThe Peace Hlver provides a naturare sive measures. al means of communication in the Citizens of the region declare district. The supervising surveyor at that since the erection of the bat transported his North Vermilion roosts there they can sleep comfortaparty of men and horses by means of bly out of doors at night without scows from Peace Hlver Crossing, a a mosquito bar or any other kind (distance of 2S0 miles, the trip oc- -' protection; while before this of cupylng six days. Another party, enroost was located there it was utgaged beyond the northern boundary terly Impossible for them to sleep of Alberta, Is making settlement suroven in the houses, except with veys nt Fort Providence nnd other mosquitoes bars. These screens nnd points along the Mackenzie . citizens also testify to the entire Hut the hoineseeker does not have famabsence of any malaria In their to enter the wilds of tho north counilies. They also state that before try to find sultablo land for farming the erection of this roost they wire I I land stock growing. There are several nil sick nt one time or another witli million acres of fertile lands within malaria, and that mosquitoes came a radius of 100 to 150 miles of Ed- in such hordes Hint they were drivmonton, which la an Important rall-- i en from their work of Irrigating way center of tho Canadian Northcrops at night and wore forced ' their ern and Grand Trunk Pacific rall-- I to se their crops go to ruin. ways, and outfitting point for tho up Mlchell's Lake The "hat roost" at .jc iirr i per districts in Alberta and northiefci;;&-w-3i- x stands 10 feet above the ground, eastern llrltlsh Columbia. In addi::i.!:i:ii'Tlirit:' nnd tho Htructure Inclosed Is 20 tion, several million acres of land feet above this; is t! feet wide at i:i!ii;iiiiii!::';:i::i:l:l:;;;jiij:i!vi will bo opened to settlement with "SiiiiiSil I its apex and is 12x12 feet wide at' tho completion of tho Alberta and Its base. While this roost has perGreat Waterways Hnllroad, which formed such wonders, it was design-,- ! 1A'::::;:W &.Z3r tho Provincial Government is build-- I ed merely as a model; the Intention lug from Edmonton to Fort McMur-;rabeing to construct tho roosts three or a distance of 2S9 miles. Niucty-- I times as large as this model. four n iii FT!... flvo miles of grade has been com-- 1 Mn.w.t f.. ..I...... 4l.t. 1IIU uubl IB HMill linn i.1.1..1.. ntii.ilU miles of steel plctcd and twenty-fiv- e nhapc and placed above the ground ' Is laid. for several reasons. Its shapo makes Dunvegan and Tho Edmonton, tt it resistant to high winds, and also British Columbia Hallway, of which allows the supporting posts to be fitJ. D. McArthur Is president- and ted with contrivances which prevent builder, also will open a vast area the hat's enemies from gaining access of land north and west of Edmonton. to the Inside of the roost. It also permiles of Ono hundred and slxty-nln- o mits a wagon to ho driven underBAKING POWDER tho lino Is now In operation and neath it, in order to receive the about 100 miles additional will be guano from tho hopper, completed heforo tho close of the having an opening on hinges, which season. Tho Alberta Central Railway permitting the opens downward, thus purest. Best Is pushing its lino from Hound Luko guano In the hopper to be easily colbecaXise to Peace Hlver Crossing. While In lected. because' Best fails. Edmonton recently Mr. McArthur Tho advantages of this artificial said tho European war would have it makes every baking roost ver tho natural ones bat cavno effect upon construction work. He light, ilufly and evenly es aro self evident. In tho natural has 1500 men and C00 teams on thu raised. Best because bat caves, during tho breeding senHues. J suffers most from its ium, tho bat it is moderate in cost When theso lines aro completed It natural enemies, for shortly after tho highest iu quality. will be possible to take out millions born, they cling mebaby bats aro of tons of nsphnlt, sandstone, gravel, At your grocers. to tho mother's body. chanically gypsum and baso mluerals and a Very frequently they loosen their largo amount of timber and pulp hold and fall to thu bottom of thu wood. A number of rigs aro at work cavo. Hero theao baby bats fnll a RECEIVED sinking oil and gas wells. Tho rivers prey to wild animals, which aro alHIGHEST contain, sufllcient potential electric ways In and around theso caves nt AWARDS power to drlvo every wheel lit Westparticular bciieoii. this World' Pure Fowl Epo. I ern Canada. Tho lakeu contain fish liticn, Chicago, IX If ouo of theso baby bats fulls to quantities and tho In commercial tfllio floor of the cave3 tho mother bat Paris Imposition, Traiic Maicb, 1912 laud Is adapted to nil forms of mixed will dart to tho snmo place to try to farming. protect her young, and also falls a v Tho Edmonton Industrial Associavictim to tho wild animals. All this tion, headed by W. J. Mugrath, has a uvoldert and ...,v in"" Ciiiiii iwbii i .danger Is completely 'II largo conjmltteo at work gathering no of tho roosts, as no animal exY.a isn't iwe noity wtaa ,a tw clt or data of lands avullublo In Central cept a bat cau cntor one of them. It liUL(Mdr. Dta'lUuubJ. Poytslnrot. Hit -Alberta within 100 miles of tho capy mhjmij i is thcroforo evident tlmt with such II men Monoiaicu nor to i.ur puima wu. Ciumct to 1st superior ital city In an effort to bring uhout protection the bats will Increase soi HOW BATS - greater settlement. This Information will bo placed nt tho disposal of homoseekirs free of charge. Twenty-si- x bourds of trade In the district are with the Edmonton association In working out a pi m 'y which prospective settlers mny have the fncllltle sof thosu organizations without charge. Apply Sloan's Freely Kor I.unitmRo. Your attacks of Lumbago arc not nearly so hopeless as they ht'om You can relieve them nlmost Instmt'y by n simple application of Slo.ni'n Liniment on thu back and loins. Lumbago is n form of rheumatism, nnd yields perfectly to Sloan's, which penetrates quickly all in through tho sore, tender muscles, limber up the back and makes It fepl flno. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 2G cents of any'drugglst and have it in tho house against colds, toro and swollen joints, rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and llko ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but It docs give almost instant relief. Old Sou-iii-La- G ri-r- ent i CASTOR A I &ytfZA ! self-evide- i'iiliilifiiiliililljy' Kausati Changes .Mind, (ictN Left. Hutchinson, Kan., October 10. One of those affairs which read like a romance happened In real ltfo a few days ago in a rural neighborhood near Uurrton. And there Is a setting of a genuine Uertha M. Clay OUR SPECJAL COMBINATION OFFER: iu It. $3.00 Dally Eventat Pett, one year Last fall the wife of an elderly 31.50 Kentucky GoTernor'i WaU Chart - Sl.OlV farmer near Burrton died. He owns Hartford Renubllcan. 1 IT . --- u big farm, several hundred acres In ALL THREE FOR - - - ?3.fu- r, dK4fiEnaH aetfUfatfaetfatataTl all, and has an only daughter and m A TT.j her husband, who naturally expectIBI'V--"Waf'"' 3Kb. ;$ y yJ..r;gg: ed to Inherit the big farm. was living on tho The place helping to farm It, living In a cottnge not far from the big house. made a proOne day tho posal to the elderly man that he deed the place over to him and the daughter, and they would take charge of the place and he live with them, making his homo with them for tho rest of his days. The old man was lonely, and he decided to do so. He drove to Durr-to- n to have the deed fixed up. While there some of his friends, learning what he was doing, advised him against it, pointing out that he might live for a good many years yet, and that it was foolish to deed Will help parents develop their sons into his property away. the best type of citizens and Christian It decided him to change his mind, and he returned home and told the gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatthat he had decided not tered and comes from the best homes in to make the deed. "But you come and make your the South. Its capacjjy is limited, therehome with me and we'll all bo toIn the big house, and after my gether fore, reservations should be made early, death the farm will go to you, anyPlace your son in this select group of way," tho old man said. This wasn't satisfactory, accordboys. Write ing to the story. The and daughter wanted the property deeded now, and In a huff they refused to go to tho father's house or to vis-- It For catalogue and information. Box A. him. Time went by, several mouths, m m and tho old man was getting rather lonesome. He brooded over the fate that left him alone, and which forced him to do his own cooking. If you aro not familiar with Ltppln-- i One day, lamenting to a neighbor X cott's you are doing yourself and his troubles, all alone with a big the publishers an Injustice. farm and not a soul to ho a companion, the neighbor suggested: "Why don't you get married again? You're a long way from being nn old man From the found.lton cf the StMi to ilia pr.nnl time Tho onlr complete coll.ctlon in exlilence TIcturM of nil Prudent of tie United Statu, from Wdrlx of nil Nations In .olut. 1 he very Incton to Wilson. latest Kentucky Map Bliowlns Coimticj.town ..railroads.C KentucLy tennm. ilistticM, pic. complete raanofthcUnitcil Hales. I'uHmiUcomilctemapnfthe Kentucky (Aetch Is rim tl.cpolllknl world. Inthelllftorlcal tutl.tlci from the foundation of the btate to the present tlnie. IV1M ItlncluJei: Alt State C,Iici.ils. 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EARNETT, Editor & Proprietor ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor Address all communications JHit Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS HBbrll.r clfflrloR the inir .cut to to n l-- rtddriM mit bItp the old nihinM in mnfeitur the ; D.rlifi.rni'hH.i.iiiioui.liiiMrtlHii. OMtouriw. Ureointioiiiin.iCiiriiTiiiok,e ki J "i.o..t.rt!Cnthii-rB.d- r per line, roone.v in H.iv.nre .:" Cu.ss-'berlan- JZZ' "'aMt'"" "'" (KTOHKK '"" tW nominee for I'nltcd States Senator, contemptuous manner as hav- Ing been Indicted at Frankfort. To .hnu, hnw ho wn wllllnir to co out of his way to cast unjust aspersions on other Republicans who stood In his way, or whom he disliked, It Is .only necesary'. 10. can aiienimn i" mu act that both Dr. Hunter ami Hon. 2. T. Franks, who were Indicted at i rnnkfort, for political reasons, were nn.1 nrnult- by a trial lu a Democratic court ted nn,n,rn.ln InrV. Vnno of ' ll.nl,tlrnn nomlnoH wliom J)e nicntons Were ever convicted, and was purely for the indictment political effect. ct A. E. lllson was ready to take advantage of it to vent for men far his superiors his ovl-- respect. in ' church I belong" "In answer I will say I was raised a llnptlst." Right there he stops and launches out on some other question. That Is a snrc- les of the worst deception. He does not belong to nny church. . K. Willson says Ill lies nlinilt fSporco " ; , "- -m PROVISIONS OF REVENUE BILL HltC HWorifhnrtlT .!- M ... i ,.ln,l,.,(l, W, ,Wntr young Republican. However, (leo. I) In Some Way. Toilll "CV0'" tUrncl llS ,,nck Kentucky farmers and he never InS"Itt,, t!,C ir,,lo MIL'rS f, lh0 Tobacco, Whiskey, Beer Bear ' "PPltlB worM "scab" as- slslallt niinc Inspector. Heaviest Burden, But Other Item AVo , j " ...... many hard ,, ,.. i muuuuuy u.jruwuj In TMin rtr jZZZjf fl r'iJJlii'SiS''"":" fi notc tllnt I)r u Bo-- nrullcr , for A. K. Allison. Watch the columns of this nmknc s,,COches , Strike Common People. T" v lu j . k 'ml" . rairaeie' fhiijav, :i. L2 umuTII ITIN VIV11U' ATKI1. Last sDrlnc an Ohio countv grand jurv indicted six members of the old court on the charge of hav- ing voted for an illegal appropriation. These magistrates were: J.a II. Miles. O. E. SCOtt, J. -. l'atton, Ues- lie Combs, Grant Pollard and i C. Jackson. There was no chance I- convicted be ever would before a jury, or that their cases could stand the test to reach a Jury. ! oul-,aVet these men who are as good and honorable citizens as the county contains were put to expense and huno miliation by this prosecution, court. These citizens who have suffered all this worry for nothing have no recourse. The grand jury is beyond doubt the result of spite work. The cases were dismissed by the prosecuting attorney Wednesday in open court- - These men who have suffered nil this worry for nothing have no is beyond recourse. The grand-Jur- y their reach Jn law for a false prosecution, but Jiieif yjpdjcatlon Is a great- - with them, and nt one time" When a pr Indictment 0(suii.t thn grand jury Democratic Senator died, Increasing" eyUm, H should be abolished. U Js J7r. Hunter's chances for election, he a fifth wheel in our criminal system. persuaded Senator Christian Stege, Every prosecution phould originate a Republican from Louisville, to pair in the prosecuting attorney's office. with the dead man until his succes In the open. This would effectually sor could be elected and sworn In, (itbp thfc spite work liHslliPCs'. TheseTbe writer was there, as a member of Indictments Wore hot political, as the House and knows this to be true. and Democrats What claim has Willson on any Re bojb. Republicans were victims. It Is also but Just to publican voter, even if be was all state that neither the common - ,ght oti,erwise? wealth's attorney, air. Uingo, nor tne County Attorney, Mr. Smith, knew The only Way id save thi Repub"anything about them until they had lican party in Kfenlufcky Is to defeat GttB WiVlson and defeat him ovbeen relumed. erwhelmingly. As long as such men WILLSON'S TODD LETTER. are put forward by the party, no It appears that A. E. Willson, the hope can be had for a union of all Republican candidate for long term the elements which once was able to Senator, has rarely ever supported, combat the Democracy. The RepubActively, any Republican ticket in lican party must be led by men who his life, unless he was a candidate. are known to be honest and true to Therefore, he has no claims on Re- the common people, or it is doomed. publicans. In this issue wc publish There never was a better time to this letter giving his reasons for not make an appeal to the people, not to supporting George D. Todd, the Re- those who wear finellnen and eat and publican candidate for Mayor In Lou- drink at the Pendenis Club, but to isville and voting for the Demo- the honest toilers. How can you do cratic nominee, Mr. Weaver. He does it with such a man as A. E. Willson not here give his real reasons. When at the head of the ticket? he walked out of that convention, he Durlng'the" late "primary campaign denounced the delegates as "midnight assassins." Why? Uecause A. E. Willson, or some one for him, these delegates were members .of a procured a letter from Mrs. South secret society. Wlllson belongs to no at Frankfort, wife of a prominent copies of which were Becret society. He is opposed to se- Democrat, cret orders. He thought the American mailed throughout Kentucky to ReSociety of Equity was a secret order. publicans. The letter asked them to He would not take the trouble to In- vote against Mr. Ernst because the form himself. Therefore ho denounc- late Senator Ilradley, Mrs. South's ed Judge O'Rcar and all the rest of father, did not like him. The man, or us as "night riders." He was Igno- set of men, guilty of this effort to rant of the whole tobacco troubles, keep alive Republican factionalism, and he thinks to this day that ho by using the name of a lady, tho stopped lawlesness with the State wife of a Democrat, deserves or deGuards. That Is what ho told the Na- serve utter contempt, and tho cantional Uar Association at Detroit, In didate in whose Interest it was done that wonderful address, which made should be defeated on Nov. 3d. him the laughing stock of the wholo "While a good Republican would country. naturally prefer to vote tho Repubgood man CALLED O'RKAK A NIGHT RIDER. lican ticket against even a on the Democratic ticket, party loyJu6t before the last Stato Repubany uplican Convention and the one at alty has no right to force right citizen to vote for an unfit which Judge E. C. O'Rear was nominated for Governor, A. E. Willson, and dangerous man, simply because the Governor of Kentucky, happened his name is under his party design." AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON. to be in Frankfort, and gavo an InHero tobacco grower, farmer, or terview to Mr. Dulln Moss, the union labor man, Mr. Willson has deCinFrankfort correspondent of the you cinnati Enquirer. In that Interview, scribed himself and absolved from voting for him. Ho Is "unfit" which was published in the Enquirer and has never been denied by and to you would bo a "dangerous Willson, he said the nomination of man," as United States Senator. Judge O'Rear would bo "a dlsgraco We have a straight, straight tip toihe Republican party and his elec- that all Is not lovely townrd candition as Governor would be a calam- date Willson at the Republican State ity to Kentucky." He also told Mr. headquarters in Louisville. Roys, wo Moss, but which was not published, hope keep he will yet his that O'Rear was a "night rider." Mr. promise and come across. It would Moss is now City Attorney for Frank- be too bad for those who are manfort, where his honesty and truth- aging his campaign to bo compelled fulness are unquestioned. If you do also to vote aglnst him on account not believe this write Mr. Dulln Moss of his unreliability. However, it ho at Frankfort. keeps this promise it will bo the first one he ever kept, after it got cold. In his letter telling the young ReIn his speeches among tho mounpublican why he intended to bolt his nominee for Mayor of Louisville and tain people, where tho Baptist church vote for a Democrat, Augustus E. is especially strong, A. E. Willson WJJbjon refers to Dr. Hunter, the says, "it bas been asked as to what jjC. w,th """ It is unfortunate that..,, selecting on a barrel; roc- BlBlt mcLT' Sena- tmC(1 whiskey. f, cents a eallon: all a candidate for United States tor the Republican party went to The clectloll of A E wuison to domestic still wines. S cents n gallon Louisville and the Pendenis Club for ,he UnIteil Statcs Scnatc xvotiia be1""'! 53 cents a gallon on all grape Augustus E. Willson. What is the ' t,1 ..greatcst calamity" that could brandies used in 'fortification there- Pendente Club? It Is a company ot 1)cfn Ule jallrlng meni aml Wouldf; champagnes, 25 cents a quart; aristocrats who own a large build- - ..... ,, tionniilirnii imrtv i.nKi- tn carbonated wines. 10 cents a minrt: KO, ...., ........ ,.. , ing on Walnut street In Louisville in years. liquors and cordials. 1M cents a gal which they conduct an eating and lon; bankers, $1 per thousand of Considering the number of e.- - capital, surplus and undivided prof- irlnk!iis establishment, exclusively for the members and their guests. lo pensive projectiles fired without pawnbrokers, J30 a year; become a member of this most exclu-- J tect, Europe may well begin to grum- -' ,crcini brokers. $20; commission sive ciuu one musi ue ncn, nave iium me over me nigu cosi cu niuruer. 'merchants. $20' custotnhoiie brok , some high olllce, or be a born blue might be more people in ers, $10; proprietors of theaters, niu-,., There .... ...1.n- tl t I'lll lllllllfl i rr.l. III,' IIl.'111111'IT.IIil. Jl 1ln. .. .nn scums and concert bnlls, tfith seat- " .". T.. . fnvnr nf clvlnir th Flllnlnns liule- Ci'"aci"ol ? if there were any assur - ' n,.l t,u capacity. a VC!,r; "n '" "at i""" " ,ulco thev could hold on to it. the door. Other ser- stands guard $50; not exceeding 1,000, $75; more vants in gold lace serve the wines President Wilson and Cols. Harvey .than 1,000, $100; circuses, $100; and Hquors to the members from the am, walterson may be harmonized. other amusement proprietors or "" """" n..... nJ l. !.. nluK Tltpt In but the foud is a agents, except of chautnuquas, lee l n nnxlnl ut lin -l,,e ' """"-rt nT I"" An iiflliln tn li'lin horse of another color. tore lyceums, agricultural or Indus expects Ohio county farmers and la rf trial fairs or exhibitions under reSome of the banks charged with ligious or charitable auspices, $10; borers to believe In him and vote for "hoarding" money may have been bowling alleys and billiard rooms, $3 i him. only overworking the "watchful for each alley or table. When Dr. W. G. Hunter was the waiting" policy. Special annual taxes on tubacco Republican nominee for United Statdealers and manufacturers: If they lose their enthusiasm for same position A. E. Will-so- n es Senator, Dealers In leaf tobacco, from $6 is now asking for, he went to voting aftur receiving the right to to $24; dealers in tobacco, $4. SO for urged Republican vote women will be consistently InFrankfort and each store; manufacturers of tobac-- i members of the Jegislature to bolt consistent. co, with annual sales not exceeding Hunter. Hestayed ttoT 'lay after day The claims (j the warring nations 100,000 pounds, $5; not exceeding and night after night iopklug after read like .the predictions of rival 200.000 pounds, $12; not exceeding the bolters of whom there were fix 400,000 pounds, $24; not exceeding or eight. He slept wltU them, dhittd campaign managers the night before ' tSyl ""'" - f, . " Tx '"t PrV,slS 'r the teTsi.75 V II DRESS WELL -Ft WHEN YOU GO FOR fi'lT lj ' BUSINESS EVE G0TTHE SUITS AND OVERCOATS S ef-,,- s; ..!. 4 ''.a I 1111 corn-Fisc- al THE QUIGK WELL-DRESSE- D MAN MARCHES WITH ) - . STEP TO SURE PROSPERITY, fi BUSINESS MAN WILL QUICKLy MAN WHO CALLS. "SEE" THE WELL-DRESSE- D """" - HE WILL EITHER REFUSE 1 0 Uryan-Sulliva- n SEE. OR HAUE NO FAITH IN THE MAN WHO NEGLECTS TO PUT ON A "GOOD FRONT." OUR BUSINESS IS TO BUILD "GOOD FRONTS." WE HAUE SUCCEEDED AT IT: THIS IS WHY WE HAUE BUILT A CLOTHING BUSINESS WE ARE I PROUD OF. J one million pounds, $60; five inll- Mlon pounds, $300; ten million 0( course tlio Germans cannot be pounds, COO; twenty million pounds, expected to win a very conclusive $1,200; exceeding twenty million victory until they get the cable re- pounds, $2,496. I INCORPORATED, paired. Manufacturers of cigars, Whose an- - j nual sales do not exceed 100,000 Vote for Bullitt for short term cigars, $3; two hundred thousand.! Senator and for Ball for Congress. cigars, $6; four hundred thousand ;p $i)0- f'.ve'J Turkey ought to be thankful that cigars $12; one million, lljllllO $150; twenty million. $600; so little of her is left in Europe. forty million, $1,200; "exceeding forWallersoiT forgave" President Wil- ty million, $2,490. son. Why can't he forgive tho KenManufacturers of cigarettes with tucky Prohibitionists? annual sales not exceeding one milCotton'ls till kingrbut"it's crown lion cigarettes, $12; two million $24; five million, $60; ten million $120; is in soak. fifty million $600; one hundred milWIUsonN Bolting" Record. lion $1,200; exceeding one hundred As a bolter it would be hard to million $2,496. beat Willson- - record, and as a fair Stamp taxes as follows: weather trimmer he is probably withPerfumery, cosmetics and similar gave you money on Denier In Light Building Mnterinlx. C out a peer among the old stand-pa- t of a cent for articles from Cement, Plastering, Hoofing and in fact, everything wlili-l- i goet Republicans of this or any other packages to of a cent on each into a modern building. Concrete Kilos. SKK HIM HKKOJtK state in the union. This is demonpackage and of a cent for MAKING YOUK PLANS. strated by the following Incidents, each additional 25 cents In value; in his political career: chewing gum, 4 cents for each $1 in (a) He bolted the Republican value; sparkling wines, not othernominee for Mayor of the City of wise taxes, 1 cent for pints and 2 Louisville, George D. Todd, in 1S97. cents for all larger containers. Bonds feres put the tax on beer back to the European cotton mills. Furthermovement has (b) He bolted the Republican debentures, certificates of Indebted- $1.50 and eliminated the whisky tax more, the been a wonderful success and ha nomine for the United. States Sen- ness and certificates of stock, 5 crr.tb of 5 cents per gallon. spread over the entire country, and ate in 1S9C, and was mainly instru- on each $100 ot values; sales, agreeTake - Notice. merchants are setting aside five and in causing the defeat of W. ments to sell, etc., 2 cents on each mental Wanted IJy a widow with five ten per cent of their receipts a Godfrey Hunter, thus splitting the $100 of value; exempting agree party, and putting the State back incuts of deposit on stock certifi- small children, food and raiment. Un- couple of days a week to invest in. cotton nt ten cents n pound, besides Into the hands of the Democratic cates as collateral for loans, Board til recently wns supported by who has died without life in- thousands of Individuals are buying organization. of Trade sales or agreements to sell, (c) He was a candidate for the 1 cent for each $100 of value; prom- surance. Address "A," care "Neg- u bale. lected." nomination for governor In 190S, issory notes, 2 cents per $100; Taxes Due For 1914. Talk with C. P. KEOW.V. Agent. but was defeated for the nomination and freight bills of lading, 1 State Mutual Life, of Worcester, Wc have received the tax books are by Colonel Morris HelUuap. In a cent each; newspaper shipments tax13tf aro now rodkiy to gWo you u receipt. spirit of selfishness and childish ed ou monthly sworn statements of Mass. Please call at this office at our earpique, lie left the State and went publishers (shipments within the A TKXAS WONDint. liest convenience and sottle. Canada, and refused to open his county of publication exempted), 1 into Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney an S- O. KKOWN, , mouth or in any way assist in the cent per shipment; telegraph and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, 52tf. Sheriff Ohio Co. election of the regularly nominated telephone messages, 1 cent each; inRepublican candidate, thus again demnifying bonds 50 cents; certifi- cures dltbetes, weak tnd lamo backs, rheumatism, and nil irregularities of bolting the nominee of his party. cates of profits, 2 cents for each (d) After having been honored by $100; certificates of damage, etc., the kldnoys and bladder in both men being elected to the high olllce of 25 cents; all other certificates re- and women. Kcgulatcs bladder trounot sold by your Governor of the State ot Kentucky quired by law, 10 cents each; brok- bles In children .If druggist, will send by mall ou re- p Ii In 1907, he bolted the ticket again ers' notes, memorandums 1, of salo, ceipt of $1.00. One small bottlo is in 1911, refusing to give his support etc., 10 cents; conveyances, 50 cents two months' treatment, and seldom to the Republican nominee for gov- on values between $100 and $500 falls to perfect a cure. Send for C. and 50 cents for each additional ernor, Justice Edward from this and other states. O'Rear saying In a public Interview $500 of value; customhouse receipts Dr. K. W. Hall, 2U26 OUvo Streot, St. greatest calam- 25 cents to $1 on values ranging that it would be the ity that ever befell tho State ot Ken- from $100 to more than $500; cusKellcviiiK the Cotton Planters. tucky, to elect Judge O'Rear ns gov- tomhouse The announcement last week that withdrawal entiles, 50 ernor. the New York Hankers had subscribcents each. Marine and fire insurance polic- ed $50,000,000 to the cotton pool of CoiiiniihsioncrV Sale, Pursuant to a judgment and order ies, 1 cent on each dollar of premi- $150,000,000 for the relief of tho and mutuul flro in- cotton growers thereby Insuring its of sale of tho Rutler Circuit Court, um, surance exempted; casualty insur- success has had a most gratifying I will on Saturday, Nov. 7, 1914, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. ance, 1 cent on each dollar of pre- elfcct on the business throughout tho country. Lust year our cotton exports With our and 2 o'clock p. m., at Balzetown mium. Feed either from the cow Passage tickets sold In the United amounted to practically $600,000,- - or Its owner. The renson is simply and also on the headwaters of Sixes' creek, Ohio county, Ky., sell at States to foreign ports not exceed- 000 and of course this tremendous..... tl,cy Dth know they can get llml vnst Bum from n i,0oi. public auction to the highest and best ing $30 In cost, $1; not exceeding liem uriiigiiiK i $60 In cost, $3; costing more than abroad has much to do with the OUIt HAY IH KHPKCIALLY bidders one saw mill, boiler and FINE. of the Case make, engine 15 $60, $5; tickets less than $10 ex- great prosperity of tho country. This Wo have lowland grass, well cured, cotton pool with tho assistance which horse power. Also, one boiler and en- empted. timothy or ulfalfa and at prices thatY' Power of attorney, 10 cents; pro- the new Federal Reserve system will will gine near Balzetown. Said machinery surprise you. All kinds ot feed notes, etc., 25 cents; parlor afford will enable the South to get will bo sold on u credit ot three tests of pur- for all kinds of animals and fowls. upon its feet, so that Its great mouths to pay a debt of $265.00 with car seats and berths, 1 cent. Maximum estimate of annual rev- chasing power and consequent valve Interest from Oct. 16, 1913 and $20 d ot tho domestic cost In case of John M. Carson Bank- enue, $107,000,000; minimum esti- as the ing Co., against G. N. Baize, etc in mate, based on possible slump in market of the country will not be Th Produce Merchant ll l mB Ml oA lmnnl.A.1 l.w ... O i................ PnlnTTlltV , beer production, $92,000,000. imi.ui.tu u, Butler Circuit Court. nART.nDn KENTUqKY Later The House and Senate con- - growing out of the shutting down of i 1513 J. W. HOWARD, S. C. B. C. C. election. CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. i ! PAUL WOODWARD It HARTFORD, KY. General Contractor and Builder 25-cc- nt lUUfi buy-a-ha- hus-bun- d, i - fliere is No Kicking ef ,,,.,. mi one-thir4 aCJLl .... en-gl- ue W. E. ELLIS i Arnold, Walter Patterson, Mary Dockcry, Israel Jones (continued), Bruno Kroy (4 cases), Will Key- -' w ' GRAND LODGE nolds. Com'th. vs..R. P. Her (B cases) filed away with leave to reinstate. Com'th. vs. Leaman Mldklff, lnw George B. Winslow Elected To and facts to court and fined $25. And you'll certainly need some oj'tlio articles of Com'th. vs. Claude Ford, law and Position of Grand it facts to court nnd fined $5. Ladies' and (tent's Furnishings which wo carry Com'th. vs. Robert Hlllnrd, bench Master. in Htock and sell at tho lowest prices. wnrrant ordered nnd bond fixed nt $100. Will Comlmst, of Horton, was tried Tho second day's session of the pat Nfii'd with tlio Are you For Men, Women nnd Children cannot be excelland adjudged ii lunntlc and ordered Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons beresult ytnir ooisi't givts you? ed. Sumo way with Clothing, Coat Suits, Outfits gun at 0 o'clock Wednesday morning conveyed to tho nnylum nt Hopklns-vlllat the Masonic Temple. The atAro vou woaiint' American fir the boys and Underwear. We cairy n general A. C. Vicsor vs. Great Southern tendance yns even larger than on Lady Coiets? Jf not, why Fire Insurance Co., Judgment for line of NEW goods, right from tho market, and Tuesday nnd the Interest In tho proplaintiff for $2S9.00. not try tlio moilul de.-igiiceedings continued unabated. you'l find tho price no abstruction to the purchaser. Set 1'or .It It liny. il i It developed at Wednesday's ses- for "vou''? Hrooklns vs. 1. C. R. R. I wfc ninii till. ill AHn la tl miujlK f Anll.irt iiiui4 Miuiu in rt luuillift Cox vs. hame. American Lady (,'oi sets aro 3 nnio tig miuiy members of tho Grand Whether you want to purchase or not, and you'll Ashby s. same. C Loci ge thnt tho best way out of the charmingly modish in every n dllllctilty concerning the lease Enibry vs. Thomas. be treated with the sumo consideration. We've of the respect, and are huing sought f& 1 Sixth ll.iy. started A new accommodation free come and (Temple Is to sell thnt property If Bell vs. Heflln. more and more by fasliionu-hl- e terms can ho agreed upon. see it. You're always welcome. Adklus vs. MldhmdCnssldy Co. The Grand Lodge has rented the and particular women Seventh Day. building, mul the lensc, nt $11,000 who know and demand per Wm. H. Jones vs. I. C. R. It. n year, has seven yenrs yet to run, Jones vs. same. fection in corset ry. There is but tho Grand Lo'dgc Tuesday voted Eighth Day. Y to Instruct the Grnml Master nnd almost an innumerable numTlnsley vs. Holbrook. his associates to cancel the lease, if Com'th. vs. L. & N. R. R. ber of styles of A mei ican Lanecessary, to prevent the character John R. Phipps vs. I. C. R. R. of burlesque performances that hnve dy (Jorsetf, and among them Morris vs. Klrtley. been given. The loss of revenue there is "a particular model Mnth Day. mmmmmm"mmmmamm'Mimimammmmimmmmmmmmamammm would, however, be a serious thing C. Evans vs. I. C. R. H. for your individual figure." for tho Grand Lodge, and, as stated, W. Evans vs. same. many members of the order think a American Lady Corsets re-- ,. Worms vs. same. wise solution of the matter would Kirk vs. same. fleet every exacting dema:. d of the season's vogue, the sale of the property. On Tenth Day. ibe of the lethargic condition of producing the modish low bust,, tho unconlined Robinson vs. McIIenry Coal Co. real esstate market, however, It waist, the straight, sweeping hip. and the altogether Allen vs. Igleheart. Is feared that considerable dilllculty Overton vs. same. free, lithe figure, demanded by' Fashion'n behest. would be met with in securing the v- Stevens vs. Smith. iuiMjuiu iiiu property is ruHHonuuiy Wear American Lady Corsets and note the improveTurner & Bell vs. L. H. & St. L. worth, and the whole thing may go ment in your figure. R. R. over for some time. Eleventh Day. Not only the best line of Corsets are found in our At today's session the election of Mercer vs. Bennett, et nl. up and Mr. George officers was taken Btore, but the greatest selection of Long Cloaks, Coat Williams vs. same. B. Winslow, of Carrollton, was, by Hoods, .Millinery, etc. Satisfy your wants Suits, Dres Coleman vs. same. unanimous vote, elevated from the The grand Jury has returned 11 post of Deputy Grand Master to that by calling at our store, and remember that IT PAYS of Grand Master. Mr. Winslow will Indictments. TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU be Installed In olllce at the end of Ju.t In New Goods. MONEY. Thursday's session of the Grand Crushed Hominy, Snowflake Lodge. Hominy Grits, Currants, Mr. T. J. Adams, of Louisville, was daddy children; Citron nnd Sweet Pickles elected Deputy Grand Master to suctoo. ILER & BLACK. "Yes, Jim; we are all well ceed Mr. Winslow, and Mr. James children have been real good. Health Officials Scored. Saunders, of Stanford, was promotThat the policy of the city and ed from the post of Grand Junior have you been? home . Warden to that of Grand Senior Wnr-dc- State Health Departments In coun will be fine! to see Both of these elections were tenancing delay with regard to the1 expose Is responsible for indignation obliged business man whp be unanimous and followed the custom y of promoting these officers without of the cltzens in the Highlands is inaway from home "brings joy to tne family-circldicated by an editorial appearing in opposition. disby cheery words over the The Grand Lodge then entered up the Highlander, a community paper, which keeps him on the most Important business of last week. The editorial, captioned tance Bell with-hom- e ?r,ffln ,B,,:ome; a,tter tho day, namely, the election of a "A Horse On Us," takes to task the always in ,rB; k men In the Health Demonths stay with relatives Grand Junior Warden. There were i several In Daviess county. many names put forward for conside- partments of both city and State for When You Telephone Smile FRIDAY, tKTOIlEK 23. the man elected Grand Ju- not acting sooner. It says: New lot of Ladles Blue and ration,-as "Mr. Board of Health, good mornnior Warden will In three years beBrown Coat Suits. ing! How is Dr. Grant and Dr. come Grand Master. HUB CLOTHING CO. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Bless their hearts, we, George B. Winslow, how Grand Hartford, Ky. Judge O. D. Chambers, of Hnwes-vlll- e, Master of entucky for IhO ensuing the public are very solicitous about N. tluie card effective Monday U ft was in attendance at Circuit twelve months, or untft his succes- their health. We met 7,000,000 bacAug. 21st. Court here Tuesday. INCORPORATED. sor shall have been elected and in- teria out walking with a bottle of No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. . OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. Cabbage, Sweet Potatoes, Irish stalled, was born in Carrollton, Ky., milk Uils morning and were uneasy dally except Sunday. lest they come upon these gentleleJune G, 18G6, and Is prominent in Bound due 2:20 p. in. Potatoes and Onions yes, Turnips. No. 114 North gal, banking and fraternal circles, by men. appointive ofllcers: Grand marshal. ILEH & BLACK. dally except Sunday. "And also, we met a dozen or so ODD FELLOWS reason-o- f the thoroughness with B. M. Bruce, Morganfield; grand Bound due 8:45 a. m. No. .115 South Mrs. Rowan Uolbrook Is visiting which lie discharges his obligations vaccines, two trainloads of dump guardian, C. T. Cubbage, Leltchfleld; dally except Sunday. her daughter, Miss Mnrlum, who is In each. odor and a garbage wagon so full of IN GRAND LODGE grand conductor; F. G--. Fox, Browns- -, c No. 113 South Bound due 1:16 p. m. in school at Shelbyvlllo. decayed meajt that the air for a grand chaplain, vllle; W. F. S. dally except Sunday. Tuke Notice. square was thick with the rich perItev. II. C. Truman, Fordsvllle, Brawner.Frankfort; grand messengH. E. MISCHKB, Agt. hns returned home, after a few days Reward A liberal reward Is offer- fume. And then, at the State Fair, er, J. C. Helburn. Eminence; grand visit to friends In town. ed by an Invalid for the restoration every little burger carried Its dang- Sessions Held At Frankfort the herald, C. T. Tyrus, Maysville. Truly, we (the public) Swan Hats. Yes, we have Just received thnt of a policy which he lapsed while in er inesage. HUB CLOTHING CO. Most Successful In good health. Address "Shortsighted'," must do something at once, or our For Sale. new line of Lowney's Candles, In beloved M. D.'s will have their health No. 13 Short Street. My library, consisting of The CenMiss Leila Glenn will go to Owens boxes. ILEIt & BLACK. History. Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, so Impaired as to give us no end of tury Dictionary, ten volums; Stodboro Sunday. A Woman to keep house Stnte Mutual Wanted Life, of Worcester, restles and sleepless nights. dard's Travel Lectures, fifteen volCol. JohTTcT Riley" wiis In Louis for u family of three. Apply to H. A. "Oh, the farce of life! Selling the 13tf Mass. umes; The New Students' Referenco vllle this week. ANDKHSON, Hartford. Ky. sore-bac- k flesh of old, worn-ou- t, The Kentucky Grand Lodge of In- Work, five volumes; History of tho "Work" Shoes. OHIO CIRCUIT COURT. Lion Brand horses, for food to an intelligent com.Cap. W. K. Bennett Is attending Tho Ohio Circuit Court met In munity for months right under the dependent Order of Odd Fellows met Nineteenth Century, and many othHUB CLOTHING CO. V (lm MiiriiiiIr Grnnil Indira mul visit Inir ers all In good condition. Also a J. court hall here Monday with Judge nose of d Esqulre-men who are at Frankfort last week, and was tho Stevens double barrel shotgun, good II. Miles called to see relaUve8 , Loul8vmo this week. T. F. Blrkhead presiding, Common- paid to prevent this very thing. most successful and largest attended Wednesday us while In town as new. Also, my carpenter tools, Miss Lizzie Miller returned home wealth's Attorney Ben. D. Rlngo and Mrs. Inei Griffin left Thursday for Saturday from Central City, whero County Attorney C. E. Smith pres- Shame on us and a laugh at the huge meeting of the order that has been full set. W. R. HEDRICK, Joke tho Board of Health," her homo in Houston, Texas. Hartford, Ky. held for many years. Tho people of 12tf. tho guest of relatives. ent. she had been WantedFour school gTrl boardThe following were empaunelled Charge Against Crecellus Dismissed. Frankfort made a special effort for Mr. L. C. llndrlck, Princeton, Intl., REAL ESTATE KOK SALE. MRS. A. K. ANDERSON. ers. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 19. Without the entertainment of the delegates. 133 was the guest of his brother, Prof. as grand jurors for this, the October acres mile from Hartford. The membership in Kentucky Is going to the Jury the Indictment A. B. Kirachbuum "115 and $20 100 W. II. Iledrlck severnl days last wek. term, viz.: S. E. Wlthrow, J. W. acres 3 miles from Hartford. 2S.7G7, a loss of 9G on tho year. The against Secretary of State C. F. HUB CLOTHING CO. TaySuits. Baize, E. C. Woodbum, R. H. 75 acres 3 miles from Hartford. Mr. Pa flT Taylor was given a surwas dismissed 'this afternoon report is very encouraging, however, 125 All kinds new llfeakfast Foods prise birthday party .Tuesday even- lor, C. F. Miller, Press Bratcher, "E. acres 3 miles from Hartford. on motion of tho commonwealth's as it is nothing like as great a loss W. Patton, Abo Jolly, Win. Schroad-o- r ILEH & BLACK. Just in. All Rough river boUom land in ing by the members of the Senior " and J. W. Robertson. J. W. Colo-ma- n attorney. Disposition of the other as In former years. The Grank Lodge tho Mrs. Lizzie Youngs, Owensboro, class. district. Please , charge has collected $281,612.23, leaving a was selected as foreman, J. W. two Indctments which also write us If you want to soil or buy. is visiting Dr. J. It. Plrtlo and family. Mr. andMrsr"W. T. Woodward Robertson as sheriff and E. C. Wood-bur- n htm with retaining part of Mrs. balance of $15,193.74 in the treasland. Amerlcnnwrre""Fencenone bet- have gone to San Antonio, Texas, to Mamie Y. Stone's salary will be ury. as clerk of the grand Jury. HOLBROOK & PARKS, Agts., ter call on U. 8. Carson, Hartford. visit their son, J. C. Woodward, and The following ofllcers were electThe following have been empanel- taken up tomorrow. 9tf Hartford, Ky. Get Paul" Wood ward's "prices on family. M. M. Logan, elected to ed: Grand Master, The Commonwealth ed as petit Jurors for the October Building Roofing and all kinds of Mr. Wayne Stevens attended the term, viz.: Shelby Rock, James God-se- try Dr. Crecellus on the charge of Brownsville; deputy grand master, 12tf Material. W. I. Igleheart, H. O. Awtry, appropriating the money' In July, Virgil P. Smith, Somerset; grand Masonic Grand Lodge nnd the Grand . May field; warden, . G. Gregory, Don't forgeFthatgdod cup coffeo Chapter, as representative from Luther Dooley, J. M. Berryinan, S. 1913. Tho explanation made by Dr. Cre- grand secretary, R. G. Elliott, Lexnnd tea Chase & Sanborn at Her Hartford, this week. T. Mason, S. T. Brown, W. R. Mose-le& Black's. II. L. Ashby, 8. L. Whlttaker, cellus and Ell Brown at the after- ington; grand treasurer, B. J. Durill Tho Ohio Uounty Drug Co. has ;; Mrs. F. "LTFblTx TiaTreTurned from added a big assortment of flue Can- J. R. Adilington, R. A. Anderson, noon session at whose Instance Mrs. ham, Danville; grand representative, Stone was appointed to a vacancy on J. Whit Potter, Bowling Green. Green- S. J. Hussey, B. E. Richardson. an extended visit to relatives iu dles Shryock's, Schroff's was that Mrs. After tho election of grand warThe Coiu'th. docket was disposed n copyist's desk, STOP AT THE Greenville. field's always fresh. lard, Stone was to receive $25 of the sal den, who will progress through the of as follows: Y.Ru8lIlnKi Presiding EldEsquires-Grant-PolRev. J. Narrows Com'th. vs. Austin Bowling et ai. ary, while she was learning stenog chairs, Interest centered in the nomer, will preach at the court house, No. 1, and J. L. Patton, Hartford No. raphy, aid Dr. Crecellus employed inations for that place next year. 1 Each fined $25. Sunday night. C, remembered us In a very pleasaut following cases were contin- his sister to help with tho work, she From one of the eight nominees tho ust The received" our new way while here, Wednesday. We have-Jued for process: Com'th. vs. Lee being a typist nnd stenographer. grand warden will be chosen In 1915. "Ney Foster arFlved from canned goods for the winter. Mr. J. Loyd (3 cases), Gordon Morris (2 Mrs. O'Donnell testified to this and They aro Representative John W. 1LER & BLACK. Glasgow Wednesday for a few duys' cases), Eugene Herrel, Hardin Tan- Mrs. Stone, who was the common Douglas, Owenton; Beckham Over-stree- t, X' Mr. Ben Taylor has returned from: visit with relatives before going to i ner, Curtis Brewer, Joe Early, Wha-ll- n wealth's chief reliance, corroborated Louisville; G. W. Stone, of FRANK ECKERT, Prop. a visit to friends ana relatives ai nis new position in the south. Frankfort; Assistant State Auditor King, Sam Moseiey (2 cases), the contention of the defense. U.H.ECKERT,Afgr. Blrdseye, lnd. The dance given at Maddox Hall, Chester Loyd, Jas. Collard, Archie Testifying In his own behalf this Q. B. Likens, Hartford; George I. several McIIenry, Wednesday night was very Autry, Claude Daugherty. Defcbs, B. Jouett, Richmorning Secretary of State Crecellus Brei, Newport; Eugene Victor 1 Up. European Plan times candidate for president on the much enjoyed by a largo crowd. Sev- Statement filed and stricken off: said that he did not keep any of the mond; the Rev. E. F. Goodsou, n nAa iiiuiBcii, uui nnl.l Iit iu kiln and W. D. Everly, Island. Socialist ticket, "will deliver an ad- - eral from Hartford and Beaver Dum Com'th. vs. Sidney Johnson, Lee jjjuiju tilmatlf I. jytwu I3 Grand Master Logan after bis in- Chlnn, F. Burch, dress at the Fair Gpouodu Tuesday enjoyed the hospitality of the Jas Torrence, sister, who was employed on the . Henry folks. 'stallatlon, ennounced the following Clyde desk with Mrs. Stone that month, Frank Brown, Will Peters, MASONIC ANNUAL iOIHHMBBI "Your Corset" lr Winter's Coming Our Line of tSHoes ITS RESULTS. ed c. . 4 i Let Us Show You lV F&SJ I llRl , J HUB CLOTHING CO. HARTFORD, KY. J It's Daddy Talking it's X It Coming good is Jgjgft&&b "TTUSH, J n. That's The talking." and tne How tonight? you.' to e Hartford Republican.! high-salari- Telephone touch long conditibns. Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company m high-salarie- 1- -3 Cre-celi- levee-protect- ed y, y, When Looisvillej f 5th Avenue ! Hotel t Mor-ganfle- ld; I I "Where are now the soldiers of Democracy who said, 'Lead us to tho UNDER HOT FIRE :har'gcr We are now the bold mid 'auntlcss orators who from a thous- iiid platforms declared, 'Open to Democracy the doors of the citadel Democratic Senator Flays Own ml we will expel the rogues, (live the keys of tho temple and wc will Party For Apologizing to mkc a scourge of cords and drive lie money changers from tho high Monopoly. ANTI-TRUS- T BILL form I FREE j . f FREE ; lirjiLliJLtlil Directory I3jrojTosio'ci:i Cl-ii-o County HOTEL ! Circuit Court T. r. DlrKliwwl. JiuIrc; Don D. UIiiro, Attorney; 1 MUlklff, Jailer; U. O. Uarraag. Clerk, 12. E. Ulrlihcad, .Master Commissioner: 11. T. Collins. Trustee Jury Fund; S. O. Kcown, Sheriff, I Hartford. Deputies -- S. A. Ilmtvlicr; office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keouii ai4d Kcown. Court convenes first I Ollinorc Monday In February and continues three uocks; third .Monday In April, two wouhs, third .Moiiduj In October, o weeks. ,l County Court John 11. Wilson, Judge, V. ('. llliuikeiitthlp, Clerk; C. i:. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court coiu'diesi first Monday in each month. Quarterly Court Heylns on tho first .Monday in every month. Court of Calms Convenes llrst Tuesday in January nod first Tuesday In October. Other County Officers C. S. .Mo-,loy, rWA$HWf.TniIiflZH 3c ?VajJm iIPOWMIMii lULflLJ Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law IIAHTFOHD, KT. Will praotlce bis iirxvlon In Uitt and adjoin I UK cunU. ComwwatssJ fliioclalty. and Criminal I'nwticc v I places.' &, .visp of straw, to which you sot tho In a where l abound, city Powhatangood hoteli Never did a political party receive natch, that even It shall bo turned the heads the Law ; ; Jilt n roore drastic flaying at the lmnds o ashes Hint mny be blown aside by It U first In the hearts of its I adHARTFORD, KY. of one of Its leaders than was - countrymen, tho idle winds." l, ministered by Senator need, of M(frtj. W. H. li.iriuw tuul C. K. Slv Per (Vnt Loans In Three I 'olumes In his recent discussion of the StuRh (iiinouiioo that Ihvy havo twm-anti-trumeasure. Obtainable on Farm, Hancli or City administration's pU'UhtU1ji Ut Uiu i!inil piW This man caused the last At the outset the Missouri Senator Property. To Improve, Purchase or lico of law, except et'linilial and dlor Liberal Opgeneral European war. declared that the title of the bill Itcniovo Incumbrance; cos,-- , .Mr. 6mlth Cotiit'.y A'jsfr should read "An act to apologize to tions; 5 years before making pay i' His personal memoir", written Is prxivtiittod fristn practi'vlugelich y 1 unlawful restraints and monopolies." ment on principal, etc. For tho prop- by his secretary, Baron Do Survcjor, FoiMsWIle, Ky.. 11. cciwi-- Mr. lliTiit; uj 11 Iiuilvldustffe F. l Xo. L'; Tom lllues, As.sest.or, accejtt features osltlon address: Assets Dept., nt 1410 "So far as Its anti-truMcneval, are full of the mo-- t pructlo-- i Offlovi In The Towhatan is rtineil, ex. Olaton, Ivy.; 0.na Sbults, Superincluste, ami restful, lis excel are concerned," said Senator Heed, llusch Uldg., Dallas, Tex., or 422-42- 3 absorbing incidents especially m tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Itlley, Hartford Ucpubllrun bulldluK, lent location on TcnnsUania Building, First National Bank bill. The powiev of the present jjreat Kuro-pea- n "this is a dough-bullK" coroner, nartfort'; T. II. lluiiton, Aenuc, and htrcen, - makes it 18thdesirable Itheadquara monopolies Denver, Colo. struggle. erful and Intrenched - ters lor bridal couples, tourist Ull I Hoad Knglneer, Hartford. partie-- ., conventions, Schools ami cannot be driven from their fortifiJusi a hundred rars ago, hi ambi, JUSTICns1 COLKTS. tion bathed tlic Continent in a sea of I cations with that kind of ammuniThe Towliatan attracts the blood. France alone, under his leaderFOR FLETCHER'S Kd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftpeople of culture and education. O'he task requires solid shot. tion. ship, fought Germany, Kuvia, Austria, Law Its proximity to State, War ami er ad Monday In .March, Tuesday aft-iI Italy, and Great Britain timi won. "This measure has been loudlj Navv Departments, also to man? id .Monday In June, Tuesday aft-iKY. of HARTFORD, points historical interest, as the Clayton anti-truheralded 3d .Monday In September, Tiles-"da- y mates tins hotel 'especially atThe Farmer's Position. bill. It should be known as the tractive to a discriminating pubASSOCIATED WITH M. I. HI? A VMM after ad .Moiulny in December. lic. ' "Out of a multitude of advice com- - j L. A. .AleDanlcl. ltocknort. Frld.iV conferee's capitulation bill, Pressum-nbl- y The Powhatan offers rooms This offlco Ib equipped for haiitl-lin- g es wisdom," Is an old saying which latter 3d Monda) in .March, Frldw with detached bath at $1.50, It was brought forward as the Hyspccialarrangemetu with the pubfnrmlng.should make the Commercial Law and Collection-Item$2.00 and up. after 3d .Mowlay In June, Friday Rooms with prilegislative crystallization of the years is true of lishers of COLLIER'S, The National vate bath, $2.50, $3.00 and up. ' i after 3d Monday in Sujiteniber, as well as other legal and liti.armer the wisest man on earth. Weekly, we are eiubled to olfer a limold Democratic promise that the Write for booklet v.ith map, ,Frlday after 3d .Monday lit De- -, gated matters. Practice In all the car, Five men sat In a sleeping e ited number of these vts cember. trusts should be exterminated root CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. courts, l'ronipt and vigorous service. of the Memoirs of Napoleon free with as It sped through a farming coun.Manager. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Vetlncda j and branch. The people were led a ear's subscription to Collier's and M. I.. Ilcavrlu's Office. try, discussing the causes of the (after 3d Monda In .iarch to believe that the Democratic parthis paper. The elfcr is strict! limited after 3d Monday lu June, farmer's lack of financial success. to get advantage of it on 'must ait liHwmwDiHiitUtiiiiiiiMiUiiiJi ty, now in full possession of all W'ulnesday after 3d Mot(day In One saw a physician, one a nianu-- 1 promptly. OTH'f mv Wetlnesday after 3d Mou- - IT wuiusTitvnoN branches of the government, by this CrnlllHrll, Itl HtirlMr.l, Ky. facturer, two salesnien.and the fifth uay in ucccinuer. to make private mobill Intended Sherlock Holmes Stories It. C. Tlehelior. Centcrtown, a lawyer. None of them was the son nopoly both unprofitable and dangerSTRATT0N & MARTIN Exclusively in Collier's urday after 3rd In eticli of a farmer, had ever farmer or at- -, HAVE YOUR Sl'ITS " ous. All the ShetlocL Holme stories ixibliihcil In month. Attorneys at Law agricultural college. Still, 1915 M be it nteJ etctuUelr tit Collier's. "When the Clayton bill was first tended an Winson Smith, Select. Tuetulay CROMWELL, - KY. The "Lat minute' pictures' ol the lurppei matter-of-faconverIn their brisk, War Hill appear eery neel in trie ptictigrarhc written It was a raging Hon with n .after I'd Monday in .March, Tucsdnj severely the lection cf Collier'i. after Xd Monday In May, Tuesday Will practice tholr profession in thfc mouth full of teeth. It has degen sation, they criticised 1 he finer! fiction w ritten ill appear eavh neel men who had spent a life after 3d Monday In August, Tues-la- y and djolning counties. Collections. in shott story aiitleria! form. erated to a tabby cat with soft gums, methods of many of whom had after I'd .Monday In Noember. Milk Sullivan's timely Fditeriits and ullelr Commercial and Criminal Practice tv a plaintive mew and an anaemic ap- time farming, W. S. quoted Comments on lungre.s will continue to ce Dean, Dundee, acquired financial independence; and DyePrompt and vigorous an eJuive (eatute pearance. It Is a sort of legislative after the second .Monday In Specialty. gave March, Wednesday after M Monday service. Notary In office. ing apology to the trusts, delivered hat each, also, most emphatically Special Offer to ourReaders In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday his own ideas as la band and accompanied by asssur-nnce- s .olee to should farm and to how the Your on hme paper and COLLIER'S. 1 he Ladies work given In August, Wednesday after id Monhis market Nations! VVerU), together uith the thtee volumes no discourtesy is In- farmer that day In November. of Napoleon's Memoirs alii! there sou tet for the crops. Hen K. Ulce, Kondsvlllo. Tucsdav price of Collier's alone, ptus Uc to covet the Kit tended passenger, an of pacUnc and shipping the Memoirs. At length a sixth 2d March, Thurs "The purpose of this legislation Cleaned and afterafter Monday In In May, ThursI AM our order to this crrice now i !end II you are day I'd Monday already a subscriber, jour subscription will be e was to redeem the Democratic plat- 3xpcrienced, successful farmer, who day after I'd Monday In August, tended for one year from its prent date cf expiration near, said: "Gentlemen, I trust form pledge against trusts and mo- ia.t Thursday To do any kind of Veterina ,me ImpertiCOLLIER'S $2.50 f Special comblnallrn Work called and vember. after id Monthly lu Nonopolies. As It has come to us from you will not consider J P'tce. tmludint tie ry work. Horses, mules and you are In earnJl.trtlortl I 1 three volume $? 00 nent, lien W. Taj lor, Ralph, Friday aftthe conferences, from every section est, for believe cows need not die for want of Republican. . . 'Memoits.postpaid0 er 2d Monday In March, Friday after our conversation has Interest-a- d has .been drawn the last fang and 2d .Monday In .May. Friday niter 3d Club Calls answered attention. $1.00 me, but I must confess that I have claw which by any possibility might Monday in August. Friday after 2d day or niht. Monday in November. even a drop of blood from the listened to It with no small degree draw My an-- 1 HARTFORD POLICE COURT. veins of monopoly. So far as trust of tolerance and amusement. O. C. Martin, Judgo; .McDowell A. .estors for generations back were Hartford Pressing Glilb. 'H legislation is concerned it has been Veterinary Surgeon Fogle, City Attorney; J. Stevens, successful farmers; as for myself, I' rendered absolutely valueless. Marshal; Court concnes becoiwl .MonHnrtforcl, - Ky. ciU.vriiCK 15M)!.,oi:nti:ij st. nil promptly obtained day In each month. "The bill as It came to us from was born on a farm, was graduated ' all couutrlt-s- or no Joe. Ue obtain pats-Nfrom an agricultural college, and City Council J. C. Her. Major; R. conference cut off from use as eviTHAT at our HARTFORD, KY. i T. Collins. Clerk: J. K. Uean, Treasexivme, ana ueip jou lu success. dence the testimony and judgments have followed farming for more Send rrodet, photo or si etch for FREE report urer. Members of Council J. ( iuei-net- t, 1 on patentabllltr. to years' practice. SURrendered In the S2 great trust cases ban 40 years. believe tha farmers Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate, PASSING REFERENCES. For free UuW. 4' as a class pursue their calling as jhiuk on iTomable I 'aunts mite to J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. II. which have been heretofore decided Miergetically and Intelligently as do j BO3-S0- B Gillespie. Sovonth Str against the trusts. These cases em WASHINGTON. D. School Trustees J. D. Dul.e, Chalr-iniaYOU The National Weekly brace such Important suits as the hose of any other calling; if they did , R. T. Collins, Secrotan, Dr. sB CK Oil case, American Tobac- not they and those engaged In other Standard J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. co case, Joint Traffic Association lues would not be nearly so well RELIGIOUS SERVICES. case, Northern Securities case, the "ed and clothed as they are. True M. E. Church, South Services there are many ignorant, ambition-les- s Until this car Lumber Co. case, the Harvester morning and evening ocny first and farmers, but the same shiftless Collitr't liai been Trust case and many others." Jreatment third Sunday In each month. SunNow day school l:15 a. m. I'rajer meet-- . Senator Reed then furnished a slass Is In every lino of human en- -' for WEAK Iii every the pnic is $2.50 leavor. There are hosts of us who Wednesday oenIng. Rev. complete list of the trust cases, and aiuluelaNC' .rcuicd uiow there Is much to bo learned LUNGS or U. W. Naplur, pastor. Bald: WmfBrtl!fMw3&Xr Baptist Church Services mnrnliiL-' !JmttMiVlJmjrA7&r23k ml tan olfir it "Broadly speaking these cover the liul who btudy our business, trying CONSUMPTION and evening every second and fourth at a Mi. further ill the time to learn and take ad Sunday in each month. .Sunday school tire field of trust litigation. These reduction In If you mention this naner we will send vou ti:lo a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed with this. trusts are still in existence. Yet after vantage of every new method and , a bottle FREK, b&niail a quick relief for nesday evening. Rov. A. S. Pottle, publication. feelinj;. coughs, pains that tired, tbe Government has gone to the ex- every short cut to success." pastor. in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak Addressing each of his pense of collating the ovldonce, of Church-ServiChristian Special Offer to Our Readers everj lungs or consumption. In turn, he continued: "I third and fourth Sundaj at 11 a. in. proving a caso, and of olltalnlng 10CK BOX 616 aniJ 7 p. Kr.ocninric tlic crrai drnianj dr Collur'i at OHIO MEDICAL CO. presume to tell you how in. Sunday school 9:;.0 a. in. Ihr; new tiricc. c hac maile orraMUfinrntu n COLUMBUS, 0. judgment, this bill provides that the vould not Elder UvWiin, pastor. rtTr it and our own publirtitin rath mv scar io perform the least important (or Ihr price ui Co,W'i alone evidence, judgments and records canis - a liimtnl i SECRET SOCIETIES. operation, nor you how to Int.tlcr ami must be tal.cn athantaLc ol in uuitl). not be used against any one of the Hartford Lodgo No. 075, F. and A. crease the clllclency of your factory, already convicted criminals. M. nieota everj first Monday night What You Get m. Collier's nor you two gentlemen how to sell Courier-Journ- al In each month. W. S. Stevens, W. anti-tru; "Oh, this, Is a great ConCottier's n the fMie liic, iiMlepptiilnit. (cartels, M.; Ovvon Hunter, Secretarj-- . wcel-l- j gress! Compared with the Congress more goods, nor you how more effectnl tli- - wholecountrj Nnt or ly iMttlie lianilbouk but ively to prepare your briet. But I can is alto a llartlord Chapter No. M 0. E. S. i'il citizm's thr whole f.mil itAnions tbe that put upon the books the Sherman ' meets every inautzine (or kccoiiiI und fourth Mon-- 1 tUiiiLl that a ) tar's tubscnptK'ti c.c am t ll.IV OWltllflirU Mu u. II act, we appear as would a lot of wet tell you what tho farmer needs. I , ..... ..tow, rf iiiutiiirt, It. Willi 1000 Editorials I W. M.; Jas. II. Williams. W. nurses In comparison with holdiers havo been a larmer all my life, have 600 News Photos Succeed when everythitifr else falls. my business, and think 1 studied nan .tiiuur, ftetreiarj. on the field of battle, arm in hand. 250 Short Articles In nervous prostration and female j Rough River Lodgo No. llu Knight may speak with authority. ISO Short Stories "I believe this bill is a betrayal weaknesses they are tho supreme 100 Illustrated Tcstures of Pythliis meets every Tuesday oven-jln"Tho fanner needs information REAL remedy, a3 thousands have testified. 2 Complete Novels. of the Democratic party. It is an abJno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R.I giv- j Hedrlck, K. or R. & S. I FOR KIDNEY,LIVERAND Collier's solute facing about by our party. Wc from tliobo who are capable of $2.50) ing real Information. He does not I Hartford Tent No. 09, K. O. T. M. ' march now to tliu rear whore we Hartford Republican it is the best medicine ever sold ,ineots every first and tnlnl Thursday promised the country an advance to need, nor does he ask, legislation News iiugnu. it. T. Collins, Coniniander; over a druggist's counter. bpeclally In his Interest. Ho does ; the front. Wo are playing the hypo'E. P. Moore, RecorU Kt0ier. News Acmo Lodgo No. U'M 1. O. O. F. crite. AVe came here bounding our need, and will demand la the future,meets every second and fourth Fricymbals, girding up our lions, burn- that ho bo treated fairly in leglblaLocal News day nights In each month. C. M. Harishing our weapons. We said to all ion, that ho havo an equal chance nett, Noblo Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Secretarj . the world: 'When this great Demo- oeforo tho courts and In tho markets country. In the future the law Hartfoid Camp No. 202 W. O. W. cratic host shall asbomble and bear of tho News .meets even second and fourth Sat. down upon the citadels of greed and must In nowise show partiality for sn(lm(Ml(L uitdiu" nights In each month. Tom tnftnrn Aftin nrrrMnrn tnvJv News plunder, then you will seo how honest those who combine against him, but ...uui.. ..p..t...i.i. Inr. mu ttu.ii. IHLiitlfrctfr.iitr. ltn-n?v. liuw to obtain intuitu, It must permit and eneourage tho iaoi4, , Wllllanis, Council Coniniander; W. C. MtCALL PATTERNS M hearts will hew a clean path for the vvaiiace, Lieriv. copriyriO,itu,, ill COUNTHIC3. of farmer and all other honest peoplo lor style, JiiitUrtt tt'rtcl t Uh II iiskinglon iJirt hnt, Sunshlno Hive No. 4':, I.. O. T M., t Cejehralnl nearly 40 perfect (It, tlmnllcity nd common people to tread.' reliability years, hold in ifearlr money am rjwn ii'ffatnt .meets every first and third Frld; for tho good of hufv every city and town In the United States and Everybody "But now, having marched up the to Patent and l.ifrtngemtnt Practice exclusive!. In each month. r Canada, or by malt direct. JIor sold than nit'iits Mrs. Attj Wrltu or come tu ui at any other nuke. Smd hill to the heroic voices of the bugles manity. 710 Elibti Btmt, ntv Untt4 Eut.s f Unt Offlcs, I uriiiin, i.utiy I'ommundur, .Mis. ll. McCALL'S MAGAZINE ior Irco catalonue. "What tho farmer needs, and what WASHINGTON. D. C. K. .Mlbi'lihe, l.utly Uecord Keeper. of wsr, we are sitting down by the Are you Intciested In what Is takMore subscnU'rs than any other fashion KejHtouo Chapter No. 110, It. A. l magaiins-iiiilll- nn a iiuitith. Itnaluable. Uit. camp fire und tuning our ears to the he asks, Is nothing mora and noth- ing place Vlay by day all oer the ing less than equal opportunity with M, iiieels everj thliVl Saturdn,j nljjht C est styles, paturns, ilnssn.al.ini,', millinery, seductive notes of Homo, Sweet every Jitain scwlni;, world? If you aro you NH13D TJ1J5 lu each month. John T. Mooro IIIbIi R etiquette, pood(am y oher business man. Glvo him b stories, etc. Ony W cents Home. Socio of us will hear from COUlllEU-JOl'XRAI'rli'St; . S. Tlusley, Sccrptarj. double). f year (orllitoday, or Including a Irco pattesn. this and his business will bo run SubscrlCb send (or sample cipy. A.MKUICA.V SOCIKl'V OK KQL'ITY. home. The pooplu arc hypnotized If thoro Is an at'ent la your town Stato Ofllcors President, J. il. .Mc- - WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS now, sonio of them. But I have never wliii tho sumo 'degree of intelligence glvo hi in u trial order ono month-Da- lly to Agents. brlni; Connell, Princeton, ly.; Vlco Presl- - I and new ias!iPostal otlcrs. premium cataloeue prize Address ueen a fraud put oil' on tho Amorlean and Industry, and with the same CO cents, with Sunday 73 cents. . J. 11. Iliinioy, Muhlenberg Co.; CUE McCAU. O.. r3 to :t 3 W. 37tb St.. NCIV 0Rsi of succors, with which any people that at tho oml of tea dujs moamire Is no agent lu your town .Secretary & Treas., S. IJ. Robertson, If thoro conCaUioun. Kj.; OrsanUer, T. 11. U.U- there wag pot somebody In every other logltlmato buslnos is glvo jour ordor to tho paper BUCKBEE'S SEEDS SUCCEED I liualu, Iluitford, Ky. Ar,riivTrttjiiirKr; community who know about it and ducted." which this uilvcrtlscmciit appear SPECIAL OFTER .Members Stato Hxouitive Uoanl I tkb Why Not Publish It. nt tho end of six mouth everyone (you may trot a special 'clubbing 'JIsJo tintlil Kcir Uu.lnrss. A trial t Ilfti Vatbon, Webster county; .1. W. uako vou our twriuaucut customer. AND CISRE THE In the country knew of it. tho order direct to Dunn, Daviess county; Ilunry l'lrtje, LUWGSfi DrlTO rVsllpri-InWhon yon want a fact to become rato), or send llll.k. ItTarlrcirsi r ".-r- " iu, u kinds tT.i..its Ohio county, K. 1. Ruy, Hardin coun"You may strike out tho criminal Kenerally known, tlio right way Is tho Couiler-Journa- l. vane ll iLa flnrst i Tsr.lo. T si.lr nahl i n.u... e Less all. v.nrtli'S ty; P. y. Davcnportt, Warron countj has tieilioirls.i."ir H.lii. i.I'l.l.AKL. lu WEEKLY COUKlEIt-JOUn.VA- L clauses in this bill, hut 1 say to jou to pitlilUli it. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, (IL'AliA.VrKI It TO VITH Bj I,. Stov-eu- s, Offlcers-- S. Ohio Count Mention this Pcper. Write that the aroused coujs'.I'.'nce o' i"i 1 eru, Intl., was troubled with bolch- - been discontinued, but FAlt.M AND IVshlcnt; Henry Plrtlo, Set- most oxcllent IllustratAmerican people will demand their iiitf, sour Htomaoh and frctiuant hoad FAMILY, a .re'arj; S. K. Dennett, Treasui'er. I O OtHU IU restoration. The American iieople are action. Sho wrlto. "I feel It my duty ed monthly iimttazhie, is a worthy ft to eoT.rposuc. sad i scslosrt4US.IY19 O II.' t Ol NTY HOARD OF DDUCATION. rw.u. Hits valuable Osna Shults, Chairinaii, Hurt ford, with my tlC watching us utyiug 'Give uj bread.' to tell othurs what Chauiborlnln's sticcoesor. Tho price Is only 25 cents U co'lerttou ct lH.eds io.lpaltl. Ity.ltirr1'lant lloaL, M Ky. llesutlful hreJsiiid PHI V. W1U all stout U K..J,, B. In.lrurltse. las lint iuW UCK8 STRCEf tc, ts' W will Tablets, ltavu dono for mo. Thoy havo a year. Aslc for a saniplo copy. and we are reanundlug, FOR -- j 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford. Ky. iv. . v. WL. U U R.,rll.aa 1'u M Or 1'. T. J. DrooUs, Koitlsvllle, Ky. Kive you thli tstoue.' Wo will not helped my digestion and roKiilutod AHD ALL THflOAT AND LUNG 1IT0L JLE8. Boilrier-Joilrn- al Gompaog o. Ira Doarth, Olaton, Ky. MMWMMt irtHsMrlr Jl haras or . nuuy these gentlemen v. ho my bowels. Since lining thorn I have tfaMta4t u . a..-- .. Ky. 1. 11. O. Autry, Ilalzetown, UAIIANXJ.ED UAi.'Ii'is MiORVl Incorporated build won T'01" s We dare to do th' by ull 'i :tir.!y will." For sale I 5. K. Q. Austin, Prentiss. uii moifav y itrrirN i m. lu the n..aic vl D.inocracy and rc- LOUISVILLE, ny. C. J. h. Urowu, lloclsjiort, Ky. Mis-oour- "Your scourge of cords Is but n Memoirs of Napoleon I IIUI LL OrAMERICAN 3HnTt,3.-.,- r Barnes I Attorneys at Smith st j i st et lg a fi&xi!M u-- 11 Children Cry CASTOR ARTHUR D.KIRK Attorney at A cr cr Get these Memoirs Free three-udtim- j I M 1 WihI-jnesda- y Sep-'temb- I ct Cleaned f Pressed I Repairing neatly done. Wod-inosd- special attention. Hats Repaired. for delivered. PREPARED rate per month. W. H. RILEY i TRADE-MARK, 'S T . WILL TAKB OUR n; Collier's O. I I I FREE I CollieFs in Clubs First Time Daily Courier- - Journal 1 fellow-passenge- rs sur-glc- al $6 a Year Sunday run-dov- n ces 1 st $2 a Year . v. ..,. P., g. NEWSPAPERS ' ' Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best National )pOU Jh,J State & Market Reports Foreign Political Everything for I fi , I 1 I KILL. COUCH 1 y; RIB8S lew leoBsiry & ;a boys. Applying, for tho vacancy, tho gentleman asked for an Interview. "You are too young," he wroto ON THE JOB "but I would overlook this were you not quite so pretty. Masters nnd boys alike would fall In love with you." Taking pity on me, however, he Republicans. Had to Make up For Infants and Children. sent me the address of a fellow head Quorum in Hoase 104 master, but of a much smaller school I decided M Majority of Frieads Thought Mr. taking other medicines. who hnd a vacancy for a matron. Times. Oh, joy! In due course I was aclake his advice, although I did not hava Hughe Woald Die, But cepted 'nnd nt a salary of $150 a year, any confidence In it. with, of course, board and rooms. I have now been Washington, Oct. 20. ConsiderOie Helped Him to n thousand times alas, for In taking But able amusement liaa been occasion- less than a week I was out of work for three months, and it has cured me Recovery. ed in Washington by President Wil- once more. The schoolmaster's wife, gilaigijjiiicRwiJainJRt'iiuk Kg, haven't had those awful sick headache son's probably unconscious lndlcO-nie- herself n pretty woman, had grown of Democratic absenteeism in Jealous of my looks and practically since I began using it. Congress In a letter addressed compelled her husband to give me a Pomcroyton, Ky. In Interesting adI am so thankful for what Black-Drauto Chairman Ooremus, of tho Na- term's salary nnd send me away. ' vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Promolcs Digesliouhf cHU has done for me." Congressional tional Democratic After tilts I tried in vain to become HI& ' ' ntrss and Kest.ConlaIn$ncitw Committee. The President says: writes as follows : "I was down with a hospital nurse, a chemist's assistht Thedford's has been Opmm.MorpIiine norMnaal. "America expects every man to do ant, a doctor's dispenser, a clerk and stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for deIiISJ' Not Nah c otic. his duty without thought of profit or the manageress of a restaurant. For advantage to himself. The record the latter berth I was told I had not would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of tiie stomach and liver. It men make speaks for Itself. The had sufficient experience of life and times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, country cannot be deceived concern- the world, while friendless and with1 tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and ing It and will assess It Justly. Every out influence I was, no hospital f acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely man ought now to stay on his job would consider my application for a did not seem to do me any good. jg&fo f 1 got so bad, I could until the crisis is past and ought to moment. not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should tw ) mTjrtj"? CtorMSunor. stay where his Job can best bo done." I mfejrtni fkmr. Again, no doctor, no chemist, no and all my friends, except one, thought I KVUf,' kept in every family chest. AT How sovero is the President's ar- buslnes man of any standing and In" W$& Apcrfrrt Remedy fbrCorollpa He advised me to try would die. Get a package to ay. raignment of the Democratic major- tegrity would employ me. t Ion, Sour Stonuclt.Dlarriuci k KaoK ity in the House of Representatives g Worms,CoiMilsioiis.Fcveris! "You are too and quit Only a quarter. for my Thedford's ESS'SJ can best be seen when actual figures establishment," was the answer that CffpK- - iicssanJLossorSLEli.'. are presented as to how much and most of the latter gave me. "You Facsimile Sijjnatureof BJ'S how little the Democratic majority should do well on the stage." has "stayed on the Job." With a Now, said I to myself, I will beI membership tho House of RepresenNEW YORK. come a waitress. tatives, during (he present (G3d) I went to a Mr. Lyons and asked WBESBBBESSm Congress of 290, with a majority of him for work. He referred me to his 145 over all and with 72 members managers. His managers refused to jjfc&jl Guaranteed under the in excess of the number required to employ me on the ground that a per-make a quorum, it would be reason- son of my education would be likely Exact Copy of Wrapper. able to suppose that any necessary to cause Jealousy among the rest of business could have been transacted their female employes and sent me without the aid of Republicans and on to the manager of the Cabin Tea yet on 104 roll calls out of a total of Rooms. The cabin people said they Prompt Attention and Good Service. 139 the Democrats failed to main- had no vacancy, but took my name, tain a quorum and had the Repub- and address. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, licans not furnished the necessary It was most Important that I find votes no business could have been wbrk at once, for I had now little .1 transacted. Well does the President money left. say: "A program has been carried So one day while passing a public through with the support of all par- house 1 tripped in and asked to see ties," for unless Republicans had the manager. Half an hour later I No Money .Advance come to the rescue a large part of was behind the bar, and, in the words Satinfno the business done would have been of the schoolboy, serving "drinks" , .i tion Guar impossible. Finally, Democratic ab- like mad. antecd Lo went Net senteeism became so aggravated that WassBSBssssaVi Here in less than a week I had 3E it was found necessary to resort to been invited to practically every The Republican and Louisville Herald iBMib2iiaaalEzi99HM3iRBBeiHHH PrtooN "docking" the pay of absent mem- place of amusement and notable resGlobe-Democr- at 1.76 bers. This had only been resorted taurant in Londo nand had been of- The Reptblican and St. Louis Term A Savl ui oi twenty years ago, fered presents from flowers to diato once before, ,.. 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm $104) to then as now, in a Democratic Con- monds and Innocently had been the 92 OU gress. On the 139 roll calls before cause of two fights. 1.75 From Fas The Republican P A. STARCK - Vi, lory Direct ftCtlOCNf the "docking" was put Into effect, Do you wonder, therefore, at my Ta3.50 there was an average of 103 absent now asking the manager for my re- The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald Democrats and, as has been stated, lease from so undesirable a place? 3.50 The .txepublicam ana Jjaiiy uwenBooro inquirer on 104 of these 139 roll calls. Re- When I did so the man flew into a Wo will ship ou a beautiful Stnrck I'latiii for 30 days' freo trial. In your publicans had to make up the nec- rage, and bundled me out Into the The Republican and Twice - a - Week O'boro Messenger 1.75 liuini1. No cnsdi payment reoulrod. All vi- - nsk if that vnn niii nt.iv mmn ! essary quorum. rind test thin piano for 30 iluys. If. at the end nf that time, you ilo not rind It the street In less than an hour, threathlKtiext crude. Hweoteit toned and finest nlano In even-- wav. that v.m hnv ever . The Republican and Kentucky Farmer From June 5 to August 25 the ening to give me in charge as an cen for the money, you nre at perfect liberty tn send It back, and we will. In that event. wiy the frflithl both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, . Democrats were continuously short or there Is no sale. The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.3(5 of a quorum. Well may the President I passed the next 12 months soSava $150.00 or Mart Easy Paym.nts sarcastically, It would seem, advise liciting- for a firm of advertising Wr hlp direct la you from our factory, at Ton pay no cash down, but after 30 days The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .... 1.50 price that save you upward of H 50.00 In the Democrats to "stay on the job." agents, from which employment I of trial. )ou can begin payment on the lowest, raslmt tenni ever aujgebted by a piano cbtt of your piano. H'e guarantee to furnish Most stinging is this rebuke to .those was dismissed for refusing to marry The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 you a Iwttrr piano tor the money than jou can manufacturer. The" terma are arrangrd to wurr elsewhere. Voti are jtsurrd of rrCMvlnr; ult your convenience, and It It possible for who have so habitually absented the a satisfactory iwt toned durable high grade you to liny a pjuno for your home, without themselves. And well does he add: the senior partner and acceptingalas! niwl-'- c the money. piano. , hand of the senior clerk, who, aiirsa "The country cannot be deceived and was also dismissed on the same day Playar-LNaiigains will assess It justly." and at the same hour. Piano U tmt BttrHc 25 years. 2nd-Haf Starck r We bai ivnstantlr on hand the brt anil mnt tiutl. A few weeks after my marriage fiiarantced for !uh Mot a fare minu- V- it stUbtly used Player Piano 00 aa tut of It our 31 years of piano and second hand pianos of aU to the latter he was knocked down market. You will be deexperience, and the repustandard makes taken In lighted with the many exFOR FLETCHER'S and killed by a motor omnibus. tation of .in chanire for new Starck I'ianoa clusive features of Uices rcpotisible piano bouse. The follow, and wonderful Instalments, anil 1 I have many photographs of him, lng are a few sample bargains: will be pleased with the 50 Frai Musfe A MONTH very low prices at which but the one that resembles him WHY NOT MAKE $1X0.00 Weber mey can be secured. Why It Doesn't Pay to Be a Pretty most is seen when I look into the -- ssans Steinway 92.00 Piano laek Fraa Chickering To rvrry purchiwr of 9000 Girl. S50. a Week, almost SIO.00 a Day face of a certain little baby girl, who Send today for our new Starck Piano, we sire free Kimball 93.00 (By Ono of Them.) tnualc lessons. In one of accompanies her mother every night lieautifiilly illustrated piano 195.00 liook which gives you a Starck TKMir omn ouu unriJruui (Mixes the brat known schools In Tho plain girl often envies the to a certain largo theater and sleeps doctors, lawyers, dentists and large amount of InformaOhlrago. These Ipwws you Send for our lateat complete farmers, all of whom realize theneed tion regarding pianos. This ran take In your own home, pretty girl and, like the so soundly while the mother, clad In econd hand bargain lUt. do not know how easy It Is to own book by mall. This rrprrnents will Interest and declare our proposition one of little child who cries for the cold tights, Is earning a bare liveone year! free Instruction. please you. Write today. 1343 Starck Bld.. CHICAGO! Without previous uioon, sighs and yearns for her lihood by exhibiting A. STARCK PIANO CO., herself to a duplicate the success of others. beauty. Foolish plain girl! You have crowded audience and singing chorIllustrated catalog you to present the subject to cusmany times the happiness of the av- uses. tomers In as Interesting a manner as though you were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed as erage .pretty miss, whoso life Indeed w i? fcalesuien receive advice and instructions for aelllmr safes, ttlilnir British Soldier Must Have Jam. is often a bed of thorns. convincing talking points which it is impossible for a prospective customer to deny. Whf London, Oct. 17. The call for don't YOU be the Ursc to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets the territory! 4 A few years ago my parents died We can favor only one salesman out of each locality. The 25th anniversary of ou and I was faced with the problem of contributions of jam, which is made company was celebrated by earning a living. Domesticated, well by certain British war relief socieerecting the most modern sate factory in the world. Wideeducated and master of several ac- ties backed by the press, may lead awake men who received our strangers to believe that Thomas special selling inducement, complishments, such as music, paint-- csijr-xl ltnecesaar; tsir:ti. The lit and -- ml numbers fulling to slii(w up by Sept. Snd,n of onr output, We ar tpaaalza ing and some chemistry, and so on, Atkins is the most pampered liuvo paid $." in tiisli to Slim Welborn, of Cliffy, Ky., who livid many thousands of dollars fighting men. But this is not true, I thought this would be one of the la nrlna-ousales organisation the :ird number in the contest for the barrel of since the hard Egyptian campaign but to learn all particulars, very easiest of matters. will cost you only the prtosoj QUALITY" OK $03.00 'IN CASH. "OL m postal card. To be u governess was my first of 1884 proved that jam is not a luxAskforCafaloguB 16T. ambition. Dut alas! after many, ury, but a necessary preventive of Wo make I'"or prompt shipments mail your orders to us. many visits to scholastic agents, who scurvy. Millions of pounds of jam "Old Quail- quick shipments to all "dry" points in Kentucky. THE VICTOR did little for me and who robbed me were consumed by the British troops ty, One Star" as good as any bottled in bond only $it.00 per In a roost heartless manner in the In tho Boer war, and the army in express prepaid. Kallon, SAFE & LOCK GO. bargain, and after spending many France has been kept well supplied KBBKjUDENW'bmKnKKC'4KWBIni with It In the present campaign. shillings on advertising in .newsCINCINNATI, OHIO w Our Nan Horn Capacity 20,000 Safe Annually. Tho British soldier Is the best fed papers, the only person who would Owensboro, Ky. P. R. LRNGRSTER X CO,, offer me an engagement was a middle- In Europe. A force of 200,000 men "OLD W. 8. STONK" "PKEMIEB TUUE" -aged "QJ.U QUALlTy", gentleman with two little is given four months' rations on mi 24,000,000 pounds of boys, and he, unfortunately, was a this scale: bread, 18,000,000 pounds of widower. My little capital, howover, hard Lftdies! STe Mosey and Keep ml was dwindling rapidly, so I did not beef, 1,600,000 pounds of compress Style by Reading McCall'a dare refuse this opportunity to live ed vegeiaoies, 720,000 tins or con-- i BUCMK'S BULBS SUCCEED. Magazine and Uitog McCall Pattern densed milk, 800,000 pounds of salt, and learn. ESPECIAL OFFER' OVER 05 YEARS' McCati'sMafaslaewIlt SJnekhfe'a "Pull of Life" Northern Grows Mdt. t balll Nw BaulaftM. A EXPERIENCE The gentleman welcomed mo Into 800,000 pounds of coffee and 400,-00- 0 help you dices WCAUS MASA2IHE ' trial will in&aUk vuu sv nartnavnanfc etu i Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol tSvearaot ' touiAf HsUafaujioncuJJitAii pounds of tea, 40,000 gallons of at a modems or TOUT his cozy suburban homo with literal' money roJiuiiled. luccessful seed growing behind them, it pays cxponsoby koupitig slant the bes: 0 you uostod on the Atr.kiil rA1UHlr.aH.O-hlA- ll ly opcu arms. This was the begin- rum, 04,000 bottles of port and Seasonable Specialties: fig BMltatta tsaMMaj r lis) MvWLalHU Mri'i OK UfMUtss. fsMakat tits, laitw i as mil n s m bottles of whisky and 2,900,000 ning of the end of my first attempt BBANS m.t.. sasa, vraaaaa .'... .'. clothes and hots. W aiMiVBsnatJi int,Nuai, - ipwii- -) Earliest Red Valentina . . $3 50 Bushel aUaaJWls-- l. tm4B,Cf.lUl. aaaa- bajftWlL how Fashion Deslcns tins of jam of one pound each. Cy to earn a living. Relugee Extra Early . . ti '5 Bushel iiMNu, Mitu raif, nmi nUh Ttrlsft. lu tuch luno. Also VW O..U, Vr, 4 PL ttjMUlU, NewStrlngless GreuiPod , j,70 Bushel Among the. miscellaneous stores MLf MUkVrui.a,., valuable iiirurmatlou Two woeks later I waa again lookWardwell's Imp. Khbiey Wax U y Bushel TJCJSB T PUCAftK on ull homo, and per Trade Marks Davis New White Wax . . $4,73 Bushel WW M$mtloa ing for work. Good man as be was used at the front are tons of alum yuial matters. Oaly fc&L DC8I0NS Bushel Rust rroot Wax . jo Carrie's CDs a year including tMwatir.MTa A.n. and dcsirublo husband as I have no for purifying water, chloride of lime I U fC3AS. . Jj.50 Bushel ! Mlbat a freo pattern. feuhN " aaa description may Extra Early Alaska . anna, ( Anronaaendlntf a sketch and vus pr tsajiniavtBja, earn l doubt ho would have made, I could and carbolic acid powdor disinfectffitimirw ten no tuOsy or si'ud. quickly nacerwlir our opinion fraa wbotber an I aiiuru MM, Ml tu IMl Mas. IW IU tMU 1M tat I New Early Gradus jjjo Bushel fT stovU. JaaUM BM J1HI4 WtoO mmmmmmmmmm for free kjinplo copy, fiirontloii is pmbalily P"S5"JftSlflif cinimnulca. Horsford's Market Carden . fj.jo Bushel not reclprocato tho gentleman's af- ants. Hay, oats and bran are also If lio'wat rictlr conildeut lal. HANOBDOK on Patents McCall ratttru mil ntubloyou to loako In your Buckbce'a Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel i p,t Ull ColUrlU trn ! M I, I Ui ft entree. OLiest wienof fw ecunnir patenta. I m9Jmm Ma-isuta4 Doth of us, ii wu homo. Willi yiifrim n hands iloihluiifur tbcrfore, furnished on a generous sculo lor miiimi wW9am PnVinta takon turouah Muuu k Co. reculvs lettuce. Kaalsa. Tomato and a full line of fections. . yourself apd clnldi'iMi vWilch will boHrrctt aMH t9mummmw'9mn9mmmi fvrtai notdv, without charge, lu to Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing price. thought It was as well that we should the horses and mules. higher luau U In ilrle and lit. I'rn Send for complete catalogue. or submit a list sat tvHi W. Ivmit accciou, cents Soud for free l'jitorn Cuuloruo. your requirements and wlllquote price. ,. ' part. Buy direct Iron the nower Save Money. Wt Will Che Ya fia frmau for rottlnc subWAAatlT. at taaiai1lArn.1l1hlatfrltAfl Hr. scriptions ainoiu; l wur lYlcad.. 8iud fur Ire I now heard that the head master Write today. Mention this paper. cuUtlua ot mnntlii or rienUUo lurnaL 'farm! ! Premium Cats add Caih l'mo Offer. FOR FLETCHER'S a 4nn liua mwm, Vaa DVMAVWffMI nawsdealerj. of a grammar school was looking for 1HE HtCllL COtrW. 111 Is W Wt 37ta St, HH YlKS 'fl384Bro.;.l(tWT0rk to teach a class of small a mistress UsolaOkstM.. tauter Serf Farts laUfana, D. aaua DEMOCRATS NOT STOMACH TROUBLE FOR CASTORIA FIVE YEARS The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Black-Draug- M SS' leg ' AW ght Black-Draug- KS TV In M Use For Over good-lookin- Black-Draug- ht, t- K1 Era pgJBMMMfwfS E ' Thirty Years CASTORIA JAMES & CO., Plrst Class Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. Starck Pianos I'aolory OUR CLUBBING RATES. Kaiirii andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInquir- i er -- Aar-tM-- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL M? ' 1.-7- ' Address all orders to nd Itf M I'byer-Plano- Plsyer-Plsn- Children Cry CASTO R A THE REPUBLICAN. $200. -- That's I. fioalllllK money-makin- g : Man Welborn Wins t t I t r t t . mM : SEEDS .... BULBS' ' T styl-hhl- y J!yA!iW Timm soRMinc 24,-00- r m ' m T T 'SSrSSmcSrSAngr si aVWian saw nmtwM. Trtt U fa. H. W. BUCKBEE Children Cry ui m If 0U WatatB, CASTORIA tizmLWEm Da lua-tr- LATEST WAR NEWS ' J. 0. METCALF, Maktl, M. "After Monday. 9 I r JJJN On the left wing nnd In the a the tiny seems to have been micc"iRful one for the French and English troops. It is reported that the Allies have retaken Lavcntie and I can By that PeruM i East Prussia." remedy . Lille from tho Hermans, nnd If this na la a flno ana uis lor raiarrn eases of the tonsils and Jluinor 1 Not Quite I.o- -t Art In is truo 'lie right wins of the Germans many other atlmentn. It Is France. a manufactured by who aron is liclriR pnshed steadily hnck toward comnins. London, Oct. 17. That keen sense perfectly reliable. tho Bojglan frWtler. In the Vosgcs with slight lax j of humor which has always dlstln-atlr- e tho Gcrinnns are said to hnvo been qualities, gulshed the witty French has not repulsed with heavy losses In an at"t have noticed a great become a lost art because the sons many, others taklmr this' tempt to break through tho French no ... .... wn. nrn . ...... rtn.A.fw "...!.-. """" n nil- 1 I1.1U " CV,wi A Teuton entering a village near line. failed to ec a ca.t Teru-n- a tho continued ue of a satNolth-atho French nor tho Eng-.Is- h Mulhouse rushed Into the Inn of the did not complete fall of isfactory cure In reasonhate as yet admitted the village to get a quick lunch after able time." Ostend, but It Is not supposed that seeing thnt the outposts had taken ere prepared to make any thoy their place to keep watch. strenuous defense at that point. It freedom has been restored to her. "Quick," he said to tho little is luiotrn that the Allies are enFrench waiter and laid his sword on trenched farther down tho Belgian Weilnexlny. the table, looking thunder at the coast. Fighting of the most desperate "foreigner." The waiter was no time character is In progress in West having a plate, glass and napkin A Petrograd otllclal report states Flanders and Northwestern France. laid quietly, placing at the same thnt the Germans and Austrians The Belgian army, supported by the time a pitchfork beside his sword. have taken the offensive nlong the Allies, is holding the line of the "What's that for?" roared the entire front between tho Vistula River Yser, thus far having halted Prussian officer. Kiver nnd Gallcia. Fighting has been repeated attacks. The otllclal state"Your pardon, sir," replied the going on for several days close to ment Issued by the French War Of- waiter humbly, "I thought that was Warsaw. Tho capture of three com- fice, last night says the Germans dur- your knife, so I brought the nearest panies and six otllcers is reported by ing the day made attacks along the thing In forks I could lay my hands the Russians in Gallcia. entire front, and were everywhere on." Another story from Alsace was a repulsed. According to reports that have riddle perpetrated by a lad on a greatly among the troops and inA late casualty list of noncommis- German which brought the laugh habitants of Gallcia In the past few sioned British officers reports ninety-fiv- e down on the mighty son of Mars. days! In some sections of Hungary "Monsieur said the boy, "can you wounded and 900 missing. A desthousands are said to have died, perate effort will be made In London tell me tho difference between an acand many more are contracting the today Trafalgar day to encourage cident and a misfortune?" "No," thundered the soldier, "I disease each day. recruiting. The base of Nelson's monument In Trafalgar Square is can't; what is it?" "Quite simple, sir," said Hans!, It Is not thought that the death banked with floral offerings from of Foreign Minister Giuliano will many lands. The London War Office "If a Prussian falls Into the water have any effect on the policy of Is silent on the operations along the Its an accident, If he's pulled out its a misfortune." Italy. The Premier has taken over battle front. the duties of the Foreign Minister. New Currency System Begins. Refugees from Tslng Tau arriving The. dead statesman was a friend of Washington, D. C, Oct. 19. The to stop the at Peking say the Japanese lost sevGermany and did much rocenultalian demonstrations against eral thousand men before the Ger- Treasury Department has now comman fortifications, while the casual- pleted Its plans whereby the new systhat nation. ties to the Germans amounted to tem of regional banks will be put inEngland's trade has shown a only a few hundred. A British de- to operation all over the country durheavy falling off since the war, and tachment sustained a number of cas- ing next month. The transforming of has decreased millions of pounds ualties from lines planted by Germans our Currency system has been the at Klau Chau. The Japanese have most stupendous undertaking of our during September. More and prompter news for Am- occupied a number of islands in the government since the Civil War. The erica was promised yesterday by the Pacific for military purposes, It Is old currency system under which we were doing business and are still dopresent head of the official news bu- stated at Toklo. ing business, has been a serious dangreau, i Sarajevo, the Bosnian capital, is er to the entire world. Nothing but elect- enveloped by Servians, and determin- the unlimited natural riches and The Queen of Belgium has ed to stay at army headquarters with ed efforts are being made to take wealth and foreign capital has enher husband, and the conduct of the the town before the trials of the al- abled us to escape a financial breakroyal couple has been a great source leged assassins of Archduke Ferdi- down before this. The new system will provide the element of elasticity nand end. of inspiration to the troops. to the currency so that when business German and Russian reports agree begins to boom as It Is bound to do Tuesday. That the Allies have recaptured that the situation In the East has in a few weeks the currency will auOstend is the report sent to the Lon- not changed, although the armies are tomatically expand In accordance don Post by Us correspondent in tho In close touch along the East Prus- with the requirements of the boomnorth of France, who says he has ex- sian frontier and across Poland and ing business. The panics of 1893 and cellent authority for this statement. Gallcia. In Galicia. however, the Aus- 1907 were both brought on by the That section of Belgium which trians claim to have repulsed Rus- exhaustion of capital, that Is, the stretches from Ostend on the North sian attacks and to be making prog- volume of capital failed to expand Sea to the French border, from which ress In their campaign to drive out with the expansion of expanding business. Both of those panics were fithe attosgly fortified French seaport the Invaders. nancial panics and they came as is distant only a few of Duukirk milco, is bearing the brunt of the Berlin reports engagements near quickly and as suddenly as a thundheavy fighting between the allied Nleuwpoort and Lille still in prog- erclap out of a clear sky. Under armies and the Germans. The In- ress, with heavy losses to the allied our old system any era of prosperity vaders have been attempting to army. There is no news from the would be obliged to culminate in a Xorco their way along the coast rest of the battle front, the report panic in .a few years on 'account fo between Nleupoort and Dlxmude, but says, nor from the eastern field. It the crudeness and inelasticity of our have been opposed by the Belgians, was officially stated that the Brit- financial system. Our new currency syswho, aided by British warships, ac- ish submarine E-- 3 was sunk October system will give us the finest comIn the North Sea by German war- tem that can be devised as we have cording to tho French official IS munication, have succeeded In re- ships, and a report from Norway borrowed the best features from the says the British steamer Glltera was financial systems of Englana, France, pulsing their attacks. Y sunk off the Norwegian coast by a and Germany which are the three best systems in the world today. The troops who are arrayed German submarine. e between Arras and each other Itoye are still driving with shot and ThurMlay. FOR FLETCHER'S shoU, nnd In this district tho Allies A .wireless dispatch from Berlin at beveral points, states that the British fleet Is bom.have advanced reaching as far In some Instances as barding Ostend. Bordeaux reports a n Residents (he wire entanglements which con- great battlo in progress between Antwerp stitute part of the German defensive Lille and Ostend, with the situation When Told By Governor to Leave. Rosendaal, Holland, via London, , works. favorable to the Allies. The British War Office gives credit to the Oct. 20. The stream of Belgian official dispatch an- "fighting spirit" of the Belgian array. refugees, an almost endless processA Berlin nounces that Gorman forces have It is estimated that 700,000 Belgians ion of panic stricken peoplo, which reached tho neighborhood of Dun- still In their own country are on the has been passing without restraint the little red, white and blue posts kirk and that tho Inhabitants of verge of starvation. marking the border of the peaceful of Dunkirk and Boulogne are In of the kingdom of the Netherlands, at last The official statement flight. It confirms tho report of heavy fightiug at Dlxmudo aud French War Office reports a violent Is growing less turbulent. Probably 100,000 have been rushbattle on the left wing from the Roulers. North Sea as tar ns La Basse, last- ing Into Holland since Antwerp fell. ing throughout the day, with tho al- The little town of Eschen, where Tho Gorman embassy at Washington, basing tho announcement on lied forces everywhere holding their the dazed Belgians took a tearful dispatches from the Far East by way ground. The report Is silent as to the farewell of their own country, quadof San Francisco, says that the Brlf-iH- h center and right. The lighting is rupled in population lu a week. Tho four bake shops were bebattlebhlp Triumph has suffered without any decisive results. Tho reseverely from shell flro from tho Ger- port comes from Amsterdam that sieged by the btarvlng fugitives. The man fo'tress of Tslng Tau and has after bombarding Roulers, in West dilapidated border station, where been forced to withdraw lroiu the Flanders, throughout Tuesday night, thousands slept, was in the hands e of German sailors, who were selling bombardment fleet. the Allies occupy the town. tickets tor trains drawn by Belgian Tho German cruiser Emden bus locomotives, manned by engineers Parti:.' Russian succibses in fierce flghtlnc a tho region of Warsaw. sunk four British stenmers and n of the German navy and by sailors, and soi't'i of I'rzemysl are reported dredger and captured two other ves- big fellows, from the harbors of officially irom Petrograd. sels. An engagement between tor Hamburg and Bromen. Esschcn was the center of the panpedo boats nnd submarines Is reIrish Nationalists In London at a ported in tho Baltic. Tho Japanese ics which followed Antwerp's fall. meeting held for tho purpose of ex- Embassy In Homo reports finding two A great majority of the residents of pressing confidence In the leader- German cruisers. One- sank herself Antwerp hud been told repeatedly ship of John Kedinond and to tudor.so and tbo other was captured. Tho that tho city was tho strongest fortThey remained of Cork sank In tho ress In Europe. the action of the Irish party in sup- Cormorant peaceably in their homes and lusttito Allies in the present war, North Sea. porting ily cheered tho British naval brlg- httvo adopted a pledge never to Belgium's The Petrczrad ofBcial statement ades who arrived with motor trucks sheath the dword until Vos-1?C- Using Many Peruna Years lact night says: "The Ocrmnn troops which ia.I occupied tho roads leading to Warsaw In the region north of tho Illvcr Pilltza, have been repulsed and arc now In full retreat, leaving their wounded qn the battlefield. 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The question with you is where can you see the greatest riety from which to make your individual selection. va- - 0 0 0 0 0 Take an inventory in your mind of all the stores within a radius ,. t& rr 0 or torty miles or you and you are bound to conclude that this 0 0 0 Srnfr? is the largest distributor of Ladies' in tnis 0 0 Stop and Think 1 1 g 0 0 0 0 0 0 ! Readv-rn-We- ar iii g section and that this Store is the logical place to buy Cloaks for 0 g the whole family. The price you want to pay can easily be g matched with a Cloak that will please you. Ladies Cloaks, 0 g priced at $3.50 to $30, Misses' Cloaks, $3.50 to $20, Children's k Cloaks, $ .50 to $ 0, Infants Cloaks, $ to $7.50. 0 An early visit will give you a greater variety to select from and S S 0 there is no question about us being able to take care of you. m ax $ 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 E P. BARNES & BR0., Beaver Dam, Ky. -- Children Cry Panic-Stricke- OASTORI A t- and machine guns, believing that their number was ten times what It was. Personal Inconveniences, such as absence of water for ten days, the city In darkness after 6 o'clock and tho refusal of permission to Belgians outside the city to enter did not lessen the optimism of the people. Then the Governor of Antwerp signed u proclamation which tell like a bombshell: "Hlblory teaches how sometimes fortified cities have been subjected Therefore, everyto bombardment. body Is warned to leave the city, if possible, before 2 o'clock In the af- twenty minutes. The refugee trains cows, pigs, mattresses and whattook six hours. Then followed an- ever else they deemed to bo most other slow rldo through to Roosen-daa- precious, the old peoplo and chill, l; where by a common impulse, eat- the residents carried everything able toward the stations. ternoon." en The ceaseless flight toward EsschFrenzied began immediately. thousands rushed homeward, packed their valuables in sheets, towels and bedspreads, strapped children on their backs or placed them in wheel barrows and hastened to the nearest station. There was no necessity for tickets; tho trains gathered lu people llko cattle. Freight cars, cattle cars, milk vans, beer vans, .coal storage cars on everything anything and This wheels started northward. lasted Ave days. Passengers rodo on the roofs of cars, the steps of locofootmotives and any convenient hold they could find. Usually tbo distance between Hamburg and Esschen Is covered in about JJrltlsh-.tnpanes- - Tho Dutch soldiers, lined up in solid rows, pushed baskets of food In the windows and coaxed tho babies, the children and tho women to eat and drink. Then they escorted the frightened thousands to schools theaters, barracks and barns, where shelter awaited them. Tho welcome was rather elementary, but It was warmhearted. Trie Dutch supplied tho rufugeos with tho best they had, although sometimes it was only, brown bread and cold water for those who had lived luxuriously In their Belgian homes. For the sick and lame there were woolen blankets, Into which they were bundled. Rosendaal had too few ambulances' to accommodate tho hundreds of insane and those suffering from incurable diseases, who had been released pell moll from Antwerp institutions and crowded into these trains. One train of eight cattle cars contained only former inmates of asylums for the Insane. They were treated as far as possible In tire neighboring Dutch Institutions. At Nlspen, where a barbed wlre feaco marks the froutier, tho peasant population curan afoot like a medieval tribe migrating with dren not knowing where thoy wony going, seeking only to escape the terrible bombardment, which had been ringing lu their ears for days. The Dutch soldiers, half coaxing, half driving this frightened horde, turned tl)Q green uniforms Into a wolcoma InBlgnla for the terrified refugees, who asked: "Aro you Uhlans?" Yet not for several days could tho frightened peasants believe that the green uniform helouged not to tho Uhlnns, but to tho Dutch soldiers. Holland Just now is wondering like England how she Is to provide permanently for this terrllled multitude. What Would You I)o? There are many times when one 'man juent!ons 'another's actions and motives. Men act dlfierently under different clrcumbtanceH. Tho question Is, whut would you do right now if you hnd ti severe cold? Could you do better than to tnke Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? It is highly recommended by poopla who have usd)ftt for years and know its Value. Mro. O. E. SarKeut, Peru, Ind., says, "Charabcrlulu'u Cough Remedy Is worth Its weight in gold and I take pleaauro in recoraoitnrling it." war Bale by all deulcrs.