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The Hartford republican: October 30, 1914 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 hao1914103001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 30, 1914 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fSUt Fine Job Work. ' Watifotb ftejwtblicatt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 16 VOL. XXV11. BEN L. BRUNER HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1914. " I offices for which his name haa "unconstitutionality" or "encroachCARMAN JURY ATTEMPT MADE TO ADDED INSULT ment upon the Executive authority" It was believed that there would tho Secretary of or "on the fear of COULD NOT AGREE bo less difficulty in adjusting the ASSASSINATE VILLA Stato building a political machine." TO INJURY situation with respect to Villa than WILLSON Wo submit again that the most ON as to Zapata. deplorable thing of all is that the The latter has Insisted, since (iovcrnor of a great Commonwealth, of Close Friend of Carran- - Discharged After Fruitless Dead- Hucrta abdicated, In the demand that r wie uiguiiy ami Ageni wiiiig pirniiiiiK he bo permitted to share the execu- A. E, Willson Refused To lock. Probably No Other former Secretary of State t10 sacrcinesa f ii high omce.za Confesses and is Put tive power with Carranza. His repill inu tuiim inrnnii; mi tui unlliiua resentatives at the convention say Offer Reward. Trial. to Death. Gives Character Sketch. get himself ns to vent his spleen on they have a complete understanding General Assembly and prostitutes the with Villa. that he satisfies his Insane jealousy, It' was clear from official reports l,ukc8 ,I,B roven on a and Mineoln. .V. Y Oct. 2(5. The jury of Vetoing Accuses El Paso, Tex., Oct. 27. An atthat Villa's followers were In control Required Ohio County Officials Gcncrn, Assembly and prostltues Conk-ll- n tempt has ben made to assassinate In the trial of Mrs. Florence of the convention, and now could ami brings into disrepute tuc ntgn- to Prove They Did Not His Bank Examiners Bill Carman, accused af slaying Mrs. Gen. Francisco Villa by an agent said rely on the support ot the Zapata est prerogative or tho Chief MagiI ley June 30 last, disagreed to have been In the command and Louise Da delegates, so that the answer of the Conspire. For Spite. strate's olllcc, that of the veto power paid by Gen. Pablo Gonzales, Gen- Sunday and was discharged. convention will be tantamount to a nml thereby brings himself and bla Ten Jurors are said to have voted reply eral Carranza's staunch supporter, coalifrom the olllco into disgrace and shame and said a message sent the Associated for acquittal and two for conviction tion. thereby prevents examination of the In the summor or fall of 1908 During the State legislature of of murder in the first degree on the by Luis Agulerre "chalncrs," "padders," and "kltera" Press today Emless Wade, a farmer, living near final ballot. The Jury was out about 1899-1Murray Bank Closes Doors. the Secretary of State, Dr. General Villa's' first secretary. of this State and to all intents and Murray, Ky., Oct. 26. The board Narrows In Ohio county, was- murder The would-b- e assassin. Francisco I. thirteen hours. Hen L. Ilruner, who is now a : " purposes becomes "particepts In his tobacco field It Is unllkelv that Mrs. Carman of the Citizens' Bank of Murray post ed Mugla, was executed after making eandldnte for Governor, to tho illegal banking that thuse and ,n the Presence of his wife and ever will be brought to- trial again.' ed notice on its doors this morning George C. a confession before ch,ldH,s murderers were LIgo 'ho pRHsugu of a bill known as fellows are carrying on, the very the American consular agent. Before the jury came In, District At- that the bank Is In the hands of the Crowe and his son, Roy, things thnt tho conservative bankers the Ilf.uk Examiners law. It was and a neph- ex torney Lewis J. Smith said that If It Banking Commissioner, and tmmedl-- i The accusation caused much by Governor Wlllson, but has and the Secretary of State have been even eight to four for acquittal ately wired Hon. Thomas Q. Smith, ew- - Tho Crowes were arrested and citement. The telegram from Villa's j stood wince In (iubst.iuce been enacted and fighting so hard against for the past old man and son were tried in secretary said Mngia was apprehend- It was probable that the defndant Commissioner of Banking of Frank-,th- e liecom a luw. When Wlllson vetoed number of years. Clrclult Court and given. Ky- - for his early assistance. ithe oh, fort, ed at Guadalupe, where Villa, with would be retired. We fully appreciate, without the the first bill Dr. Ilruner, who was Attorneys for Mrs. Carman will This action was taken by the Board lonS terms In the penitentiary. The his troops, has been awaiting the out the Republican Secretary of State, Governor's having had to say so in come of the conference. The official make an application today to have of Directors after consultation with evidence disclosed, a cold blooded pubveto message, that he would dehis shocking murder. For Cave out an interview which was report stated that the prisoner, just her admitted to ball! Such' a motion, Coleman & Wells, of Murray, who and most somo trivial misunderstanding tho March grade the high office of Secretary of lished in the Courier-Journprior to his execution, told the Villa will not be opposed by the District are advising the directors in this 2fi. 1910. After discussing the merits State, the next highest office to Lieut. sought out their victim while officials, in the presence of Carothers, Attorney. The defndant is on the procedure, and securing the opinion Crowes of the bill Dr. Ilruner gives his esti- Governor, made so by the framers of at work and shot nlm dwn. Prob- he had been paid a large sum verge of a complete physical break- fo all officers and cashiers ot differ- that mate of Governor Wlllson In the fol- the Constitution and adopted by our of money by Gen. Gonzales, at Mexi- down, following a collapse in the ent banks ot the city. The Citizens' ab,y no more inexcusable killing ever In Ohio county, and public lowing terse and pointed language: sovereign people, to thnt of a mere co City. In his possession was found courtroom after the Jury was dis- Bank is perfectly solvent, it is said, took Place "Tho Governor, like the editor of clerkship and record keeper for the incriminating evidence and a loaded charged. It was aid at the Nassau but unable to get ready money to sentiment was very, much against the .the KeiiliiK Post, and like Mr. Sul- Governor, and we submit f jrther that pistol. county jail last night that Mrs. Car- carry on Its business, and this action accused. After the conviction of the two mett and before they could be livan, whom the Governor quotes so his insinuations that this office shoutd "Mr. Consul Please advise your man had been crying constantly ever was taken for the best interest of the Jruely demonstrates thu fact that be an appointive office by him Is an government my family that I since she was returning to her cell. depositors, stockholders and the com- - convoyed to the State prison, they and lie is ignorant regarding the present Inbult to tho great minds that fram- died a traitor," Mugia was quoted as The Justice said he was sorry no munlty. The asset3 of the bank are bta escaped Jail, by cutting their'' linnliliif- - Inu'n Anil nrpftent hnnklnp ed our present Constitution, among verdict could be reached, thanked the far in excess of its liabilities, and It wav ut of their cells and- thro-sjihaving said. tQe brlck walls. No clue could bo conditions In Kentucky. He tries to i whose personnel we might mention .. . The accused was an Argentine sub Jury for its attention to the evidence, is the hope of Its patrons that it will by quot J. Procter Knott, Simon iiourer lustlfv his veto of this bill and then discharged It. be open fo- - business within thirty found and the officers were powerless ject. It was Mugla who assassinated ing ad libitum from Mr. Sullivan's Uuckner, Casslu3 M. Clay, W. I. a to apprehend mem. As the jurors, without further ado, days, German consular official in Mexico Bronston, Dennett II. Young, W. G. E. M. Woodward was then the letters and practically endorses the returned to the room where they had ago. City some years County Attorney, the late W. B. Tayobnoxious bill prepared by Mr. SulGen. Pablo 'Gonzales, commander been deliberating, to get their hats HOQSIER CANDIDATE (Continued on Eighth Page.) lor, County Judge, R. B. Martin, livan known as house bill 270 which of the division of the East.Jias been and coats, Mrs. Carman burst into Sheriff, and William Flener, Jailer, provides that tho Governor of Kenregarded as villas strongest oppo- tears. They quickly passed out, withtucky snould appoint a bank commis- - JUDGE VANCE" ADMITS MASQUERADE Woodward says he repeatedly wrote out glancing at the defendant. nent In Villa's controversies with Gov. A. E. Wlllson, as did also Judge tdoner from u list of three names to "I am so sorry, Mrs. Carman," Mr. Carranza. w. B Taylor, petitioning him t6 offer ihta submitted to him by the cxecutlvo Graham said. Gen. Villa notifted the convention AFTER WILLSON a reward for the arrest of tho committee of tho Kentucky "Oh!" she replied, "I am terribly delgates at Aguascallentes of the ami this same bank disappointed. I felt sure the jury J. F. O'Brien Takes Name OI An- Crowes. Finally he sent a pathetic matter, suggesting to them that they appeal written by Wade's widow, ofin turn empowered to "act in the present case as justice would acquit me." Served Workhouse Other fering to "mortgage her 'home and appoint an assistant as well as bank Charges He Is Candidate of and Mexican honor demand." Mr'."Powell and Mrs. Corby then team to raise funds for the offer of a This hill was before the took charge of Mrs. Carman. They as& uxumlnirs. Sentence. reward.Welt la Crittenden Doe Strange sisted her, half stumbling; halt walkIn reply Wlllson wrote to legislature and was discussed by the d Liquor Trusts at Stunts. .Woodward, In effect, hat he would ing, her hands to her eyes, out ot the hankers of tho Stutc who had opMarlon, Ky., Oct. 28. Some years courtroom and into the chambers in Interests. portunity to see it, and up to the F. have' to be convinced' that the local Indianapolis, Oct. 27.-J- ohn ago A. G. Cllne, who resides about six the rear. Her husband' followed' close & offlclala were.not to collusion-da- y present time Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Prew-ltattorney, late to- tfBrfen. thru his miles northwest of Marlon, had a well ly behind. It was noticeable that his thetCrowes wUen they escaped Mr. Stlates and Mr. Ford, four admitted in court that he had u,d h bored on his premises, and when at wife seemed to be entirely unaware et W rewa.rd In nil, are the only state bankers we In the ot larceny Ky.. Oct. 26. been convicted Williamsburg. feet of his presence. wrote h.im that ma know of who were In favor of tho Judge Burton Vance, Progressive the depth of about seventy-fiv- e Criminal Court ot St. Louis, and that Woodward then After the party passed through the ho had assumed the name "Frank X. letter and his conduct disgraced his Sullivan bill, while several hundred nominee for the United States Senate, the bit was broken off and could not Old- - a J iLni Wnnnf I nAI14 AT bankers in Kentucky and men con- long term, spoke to a large audience be recovered. The well was therefore door, Mrs. Carman fainted. She was O'Brien" in Indianapolis, """" "' and .aau,B" auu luul "c n"0'" the reward becaU8e ne would 9am nected vith the banks wcre( enthusi- of Whitley County voters here today. abandoned, as it was on a high hill, quickly revived, and then continued "Frank X. O'Brien" had been- non astic in their support of the bill that The crowd evinced a great deal of and no water had been struck. Re her Journey to her cell In the jail. Dr. Inated on the Democratic ticket tor, llsh a tnc correspondence la. . the week! if he cently it has been noticed that there Guy Cleghorn. the Jail physician, was passed both branches of the General Judge of the Marlon County, Juve-- J Louisville papers within a enthusiasm. dld not offer U' Wlthln a week th8lk Asembly almost unanimously, and vigorous at- is a strong draft in the well. From summoned. He said her condition was nite Court Judge Vance mado a wa3 oftered under th,s threi they were equally as enthusiastic to tack upon the record of his Republi- 6 o'clock In the evening until about worse than at any time since she had The court then ordered the defeat tho obnoxious House bill 270, can opponent, former Gov. Augustus 12 the next day a strong current of been arrosted. to substitute the and withdrawn In about thirty days, tlon commissioners Ludum, the foreman, in discussing name of Newton M. Taylor, the in- doubtful' it a, Governor Of a kuown as the Sullivan bill, which E. Wlllson, whom he accused of being air passes out of the well at the top ground through an old casing the deliberations ot the jury, said deot the foisted upon the banks a $10,000 ot O'Brien on the State ever offered such an open cumbent. for that candidate of the American To or pipe. From 12 in the day until to a whole county, by an insinuation partment here at the scat of govern the five ballots were taken Or the first bacco Company and the liquor in6 in the afternoon the current ballot the jurors stood nine to three about Trt' Tnvinr Mrlv todav filed the' a! to the honesty of her officials. ment in addition to the salaries and The contrlbutor8 to hl3 cam. passes back Into the well, and for acquittal, on the other four balcase was expense ot me nan xaminers. u hrhmmI. are affillat- - ot air petition which resulted in O'Brien's The duty of Willson in this l the bank commissioners to have been ed with the tobacco and liquor inter is so strong that it will draw a hat lots the vote was ten to two. One ot name being removed from the ticket yiaiu uuu buvu jjuuuiu& ua iuq vuuu was compelled to resort appointed under tho Sulllvnn bill. ests. In support of this contention, from the top ot the ground into the the two jurors who held out for conIt was brought out In the action ty Attorney well. The current of air changes at viction was James H. Aston, who against O'Brien that he not only ap- to is unheard of in any other State which tho Governor argues In favor ep read Wa3hlngtoa dlB. any other day. Many peo- said whtle being examined as a talesof. should nave mo power 10 appoint tQ Goy wlll30D8 the time stated each propriated the name of Frank X. or even in our own under ple are going out to see this very men, that he would not want his wife Chief Executive. His conduct mado his assistant commissioner and his O'Brien, a St. Louis attorney, but B, contrlbutlon statements. dry well. to Install a "mechnntcle eavesdrop- also claimed the St. Louis attorney's the deepest and most lasting impresbank examiners wherein can be any Judge Vance a,so comnlentod up. unusual per" in hts home without his knowl- record as his own. John F. claimed sion on Mr. Woodward of any incifor the reasoning put forth Lyceum Ticket Drawing. that mUam refused tQ k incentive term hts edge. by the Governor that the Secretary Godfrey candl(Jacv of Dr. to have served several terms In the dent connected with andentiredoubt, Tomorrow morning at 8:30 the no as County Attorney, State, while remaining as bank Hu of Missouri Legislature and to have RepubHcan, ,or tue Senate; drawing for seats for the Lyceum Baptist Mission Board Met. the same is true ot the other officials supervisor or commissioner, should . for Course will take place at the Ohio Geoge Toddi Uepubllcan The following members of the been n candidate for Congress This who were included in Willson's tho appointment of the ex- not have Qf Loul8V,e and of Judge E. County Drug Store. The names Ohio County Baptist Mission Board record Is held by the real Frank X. sweeping: slander. ty wmincrs under him? c Q.Rear( Uepubucan. for Governor. ot all that have purchased tickets met at the Baptist Church in Hart- - 'O'Brien. Tho Governor's veto of thU bill The masquerader served a term in Carranza Wants Villa to BecomO Gov Allison, during the candidacy will be placed on slips of paper, fordlast Monday, viz.: Elds. A. B. leaves tho owners of seventy millions of 0'n;ear, according to Vance, wa3 shaken In a box and drawn out by a Gardner, Btrch Shields, J. M. Ross, the St. Louis workhouse and admit Private Citizen. of deposits, many of whom are wld- - nttorney for the tobacco trust, and disinterested party. Purchasers of Dr. E. W. Ford, V.'. M. Fair, Dr. A. ted having caused the police ot that Mexico City, Oct. 27. Venustlano ows and orphans, and the majority ,wanted all of his friends to vote the season tickets will then select their S. Pettle and W. C. Taylor. Eld. A. city trouble on other occasions. Ho Caranza has submltten his reslgna- of whom are people of small means Democratic ticket Instead of support- - seats in the order in which their B. Gardner was made chairman and dld not appear In court when today's tloa t0 the Auguas Callentes conven- y ( because It is a well known fact that mg judge o'Rear. Judge Vance also name3 were drawn. While not tlon. His offer to relinquish tho Eld. Birch Shields secretary. Much actlou was taken. the wealthier class of people are accused wlllson of being a party to post as supreme chief ot the nation, for thoso who have bought business ot Interest was transacted. Tuke - Notice. last tickets to be present, the manage-me- n inoro often borrowers and creditors Section frauds In Louisville however, is conditional on the rePeace- In MexlcoUiTTo Villa. By a man in ill hoalth Wanted they are aeposnorsj vcar of a bank than of Francisco would like for all who care to 28. Tho "any old kind" of life Insurance that tirement to private life Washington. October without the proper means qf protcc Tho speaker accused his opponent come to witness the drawing. Any government was officially will offer protection to his family Vila. tlon which this bill provided. It of attomptlng to obtain the indorse who have not bought season tickets American today by In offering to resign Carranza the minister of after his death, which will occur only by the highnlfo leaves the owners of twenty- - ment of Theodore Roosevelt and re may secure them before the date set Informed at; Mexico City soon. Address "Procrastlnator," Ar- said he is actuated Foreign Relations aeven millions of capital and surplus nowed the challenge he has been for drawing and have equal chances est motives of patriotism and that that General Caranza had submitted ound the Corner, and umimaea proms as wen us mo making in various parts ot tne state, in the first selection of seats. the acceptance or rejection of hla his resignation to tho national conTalk with C. P. KEOWN. Agent, offer must depend on whether or not five thousand officers and directors for wlllson to produce the reply sent The first number ot the course vention at Aguascallentes on the conStato Mutual Life, of Worcester, his elimination would contribute toot theso Stuto institutions all of .j,jm by the Colonel. Col. Roosevelt, will be Nov. G at College Auditordition that Generals Villa and Zapa- Mass. 13tt ward in- - Recording to Vance, told Wlllson that whom welcomed a proper modo of ium, the hastening of peace in the ta resign their posts in the Constituspectlon, at tho mercies of the "chain- - be didn't care "a rap" for his support, republic and furtherance ot true Ohio County Weddings. Judge O'Rear' Position. tionalist army and retire to private ers", "padders." and "kltors" of the unless he Joined the Progressive Thomas Watson, a farmer, and democratic ideas. Judge O'Rear, who was the Repub- life. a party. know what Stato (all bankers General Caranza'B action, It was Miss Clara Wilson, of Roslne, wero jn concluding his address, Judge lican nominee for Governor three "chalner," "padder," or "klter" is.) Take - Notice. paryears ago, has openly denounced Gus stated, was taken purely in the in- married at home of the bride's Wo therefore claim that there was Vance discussed national issues in It took a man over a year to make Republican nominee tor terest of domestic peace. No word ents. no other legislation before the re- - general and the Progressive platform Wlllson the Tymer Westerfleld and Miss Nel- up his mind to get his life Insured. was ot so in particular. His speech apparently the Senate as unworthy ot the sup- was received of what action was It took a month for 'his policy to cnt General Assembly that port ot any honest Republican. He taken by the convention. Opinions lie Mills, of Hartford, were married. become a claim after it was Issued. vital import and that was so far made a deep impression upon the Miss Flora Seaton, ot Askins, and has refused to take the stump fop varied in official circles as to whether peaching in Its effect and that affect- - audience. were And it took ten days for hla widow Wlllson and he is privately inform- either Villa or Zapata would give Alton Wilson, ot Fordsvllle, money after he ' so many of our sovereign people ."""V:""7, married at the home ot the bride's to get the insurance Good,i- ing his Republican and Progressive such assurances, although the northIs did the bank examiners bill, and died. Notice the difference in time. parents. Crushed Hominy, Snowflake Hom-l- y friends-- that their most sacred, duty ern chief had repeatedly stated to Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agnt, it is therefore irrational, if not real- Lucas Davis, ot Sunnydale, and to their party and state ia to retire American consular agents that he Hominy Grits, Currants, criminal, for the Governor and his lny, smith, of Hartford. "were State Mutual Life, of Worcester, Jum-,jhad no ambition to be President of Mia kii Wlllson to private life forever, 3tf to attempt to Justify the veto ins, Citron and Sweet Pickles Maa. t Mexico or hold any ot the numerous married at the home ot the bride. Ellxabetatown News. - ILER & BLACK. tula measure on the grounds ot bo, too. I I or I Villa-Zapa- ta Bena-vlde- s. 0 - pros-pecti- w ( crim-inis- while-working- pro-cur- ed Car-other- s, - ve-tn- ed al - .... i , uanKers-Associatio- - t, Vt A " A - elec-'rewa- rd " insult-..cke- t , - -- j , I j J nec-esar- J - I . ( "- - Rata-cphor- ts U ' risk even If her stand caused offense erna7, on their southward march, they demanded an Indemnity of 50,- - ENGLISH SOLDIERS In this country. ti,a Armv iioriiPr allowed that 000 bottles of champasnc, worth WHISTLE "TIPPERARY", CKIDnnCAM W1D more than three times as many of "bout $36,000. These the Major duly I? All'mir officers were born In the coun-- 1 produced. j tries of the Triple Entente as were ' Soon afterward. In their retreat from the Marnc, they brought to horn In Germany or Austria-Hungari a dangerously wounded Im- Rousing Tune Keeps England's of Furthermore, of the elfihty-seve- n Picture of Dead City of' ficers of our nrmy who were horn In perial Prince, on whom an Immediate Troops Inspired for tho countries forming the Triple En- operation was necessary. As no German surgeons were pres Malines. Fighting. tente, the register shows that eighty-on- e were horn on Ilrltish soil, nnd of ent who wero competent to handle i were horn in the the case, they appealed on humanithese forty-on- e London, Oct. 21. "Its a I.rmg, in Can- - tarian ground. to the French doctor, Empire Built On Tri- Urltlsh Isles and thirty-eigh- t Gsifcany's U upset. Veron, who successfully performed Long Way to Tlpporary ada. grab- ting'staid old England unite as coni- ple Base Meeting SuDual Alliance Is represented operation. The hlmN'pletcly as "Hot Time" outraged the The offered Germans twenty-fiv- e ofllcers In our service. Of preme Test. is twenty were born in Germany, "princely honorarium." telling him to sensibilities of aesthetic Americans these, ' name his own fee. ni (lie tunc 01 tue spnuisii-Amcrica- n three in Austria and two in Hungary. ' Veron promptly asked J35.0C0 War. J Fifteen ofllcers were born In neutral ( Dr. was "Unto Hrlttanla" and "God Save which at once paid in gold. London foreign countries, and of these six ' of the A correspondent the King" do very well for no com- of There Is more Catarrh In Dailj News hnsse nt his paper the were born In Sweden, four In Norway the country than nil otherthis section put hntants who don evening clothes nnd diseases follovring description of the "dead and one each In Denmark, Switzertogether, and until the last few years pass a patriotic evening watching Sir lie Incurable. was For city of Mallnes," which Illustrates land, Turkey, Mexico and Cuba. Thus Krent supposed to doctors pronounced It .1 , Uccrhnhm Tree's "Drake." Hut the' 11 many jeara oflocal illouie nnd prescribed local remethe tfiastly desolation c.uued by In our entire army there are 127 dies, and by constantly falling to cure hundreds of thousands of recruits ficer of foreign birth. vm: with local treatment, pronounced It Incur- ,aud territorials have little taste for able. Science has proven Catarrh to be n In the navy there are forty-fiv- e Fourteen stricken human beings. constitutional disease, and therefore re- .the solemn hyms nnd have pnpulnriz-- , crouching In the shad- oillcers of foreign birth nnd of these quires constitutional treatment. Hall' ,ed "Tippcrary" by whistling It running and nnd j Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K. .1. ows of an nutumn evening and one twelve came from Canada, seven Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only singing 11 in ine city streets, along 4 nnvtltntlnnnl mnrlfnt dot:, howling amid the ruins of his from England, two from Wales, one ftnlien Internally. Itmi tlio directly onItthe country roads and In the big conceit acts mjutor' house, were the only life from Scotland and two from Ireland. hiuuu unit iiiuiuus Bunuies in iiiu nsieiu. tratlou camps. They offer one hundred dollars for any Alcas, It falls to cure. Send for circulars lelt In Jlalines when the Germans Five came from Franco. The Dual Decently a war service was held ' Is represented by ten olllcers, and testimonials. Fwopt throueh It a few days ago. liance Address: F J. CHENEY A CO. Toledo, O. at Tyler's Green Church In Loudon, Sold by DruRKlsts. 75c. The dead cathedral city was peopled of whom seven came from Germany communiTake Hall's Family Pills for constipation. nnd many straight-lace- d all and three from Austria-Hungarby these few terrified ghosts cants were shocked because the or-- J InSweden. Switzerland. Argentina, HolThe Mother that Mere left of Mallnes' 00.000 gnnist played "Tippcrary" as a clos-- , At the close of his tnlk before a ing voluntnry. habitant'?, who fled as oon as they land, Uruguay and Mexico are each But hundreds of com-- i Sunday school, the bishop Invited saw the first Uhlans along the road represented by one otllcer.( municants were moved to tears by from Brussels. N German'-- , Triplicate Empire I'nc-in- n questions. the swinging march tune which TomA tiny boy. with white, eager face, n German writer, travA Kate? my Atkins has adopted In spite of nt once held up his hand. eling villi the headquarters' staff. squeamish persons who would force Prof. Samuel P. Orth. a member "Please, sir." said he, "why was more decorous visited this stricken city, hn.8 J airs upon him. of the faculty of Cornell University, ft. Rombold's Gothic cathedral and has sketched the destiny of Germany Adam never a baby?" . The organist at Tyler's Green esThe bishop coughed in doubt as to other parts of the town have receiv- as he sees it in the Century for Notablished a precedent which Is what answer to give, hut a little ed a fpw more shattering blows since and the favorite air of the vember. He says: girl, the eldest of several brothers the Germans passed through It. The Three Germanys, one within the and steters, came promptly to his recruits Is finding a place In the last onslaught on Antwerp had other, feudal, industrial, democratic, hearts of composers who are giving nid. wrought a miracle In Mallnes. Every and It dignified variations and offering it I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording resting on medieval all of them "Please, sir," she answered smartdoor vas open at least those of the bulwark of authority, militarism. the honor place in medleys of patrlol-- , Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, lioiiics which were loft standing a Never in history has there been such ly "there was nobody to nuss him." ic airs arranged for sacred concerts. t Hartford, .Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes Tit Bits (London). clean white cloth was on nearly evA prominent clerg.wnnn discussing mother combination. England and the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. ery table, and there was fruit and tile United States are industrial coun- Apply Sloan's Freely For Luiiilmso. the protests again "Tipperary" as a These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will he pleased to wine In plenty. The shops were open Your attacks of Lumbago are not tune to be used In churches, said: tries. England an island empire, rehear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully. playthings were and children's You "Itealiy these superior people might lies, it is true, upon her vast navy; nearly so hopeless as they seom strewn about tho pavements and in but she has no great standing army, can relieve them almost insranUv by ,drop their nonsense at such a time the gardens exactly as they had been and her government is democratic. a simple application of Slo.i.fu Liui- - of national peril. I would like to Mt. !."ov and then a German soldier The soldier i merely an Incident in merit on the bad: and loins. Lun.- - point out to them that a tune which . crofted near the Wool Market In the Anslo-Saxo- n .1.H good . enoiiKli a dark, damn nlcht to industrialism, and de- liaco is a form or rheumatism, nml Place d'Egmont and joined more mocracy Is potent. Russia has a feu- yields perfectly to Sloan's, which (cheer our bravo men on to almost working on the railway. :: dal autocracy and an army, but she penetrates quickly all in through the certain death in their heroic endcav- zTZ Thousands of Germans passed has neither political democracy nor sore, tender muscles, llmberf- up the ors to save their country and the through Malinea; hundreds of even- a factory Industry. France has her back and makes it feel fin?. Gel a honor of their womenfolk. Is surely ' One dealer or acent in ing rncals had been prepared, but army 13 a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 2Sgood enough with which to end ai and her industry, hut she ,i ,,r... ,.:.. utiu v iv,uiiiy .iu wui wiljt not a bottle of wine was touched. republic, and her army Is not the cents of any druggist and havs it in church service. Persons who possess j sell i.vmrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe of Muysen the door of expression In the suburb of her political theorems. the house against colds, aqrs and imaginations and hearts must be Motors, which are advertised in all reputable silversmith's shop and si watch moved by &uch a human sort of tune, 1 During forty years of development. swollen joints, rheumatism, noti'-ai- magazines of the world. This advertising open, and there were neatly stood these three German empires have gla, sciatica and like allmontd. Your a tune which means so much to the campaign reaches thousands who have use displayed rows of gold and silver been growing. Democratic Germany money back if not satisfied, bit it young Englishmen who are really' for portable and detachable rowboat , watch-"and women's grew more bracelets defending the nation's honor." motors, but who would have no use lor launches on rapidly than even Indus- -' does give almost instant relief. trinkets untouched. Under the shad- trial Germany, but It gained scarcely account of lack of time and no summer homes. Waite Most of the camps where recruits An Klled Nation. promptly for particulars as to how representatives are ow of fhe cathedral stood the restau- any concessions. In Prussia, at least, with and protected. Begin operations at The government of Belgium Is In are iutraining lack organized hands. rant of the Golden Fleece, with ta- every youn? man who joins the once so as to abtiin the full benefit of the season. exile. Brand Whltlock, our American The rapidity of the recruiting and unbles spread and viands and wines party leaves all hope the great tax upon the resource of EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY touched. In the back room of the of governmental preferment behind. minster at Brussels, has been notifi- the War Ofilce have not admitted of 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN ed that as a guest he will be wellioure a dying sheep, with madness The expandng circle of the democracy band organization. However, nearly staring out of Its bleared eyes, was rowded both the industrial and come, but as a minister Germany can every company has a few musicians I not recoenize his authorltv. Practl- discovered, and it, too, was untouchwho play fifes or harmonicas, and ' feudal camarilla more and more, un- ed. Clothes were left hanging outside Ml in the last electipns it seemed as i Uy speaklngi Belgium is without "Tipperary" is tho one tune invaria government. Military rule of the the shops; no one had taken them. ably if somewhere the encircling steel of Germans Is now the law of the land. along heard as the youngsters move Had the dreams of' Hauptmann prerogative would have to yield. on practice marches. If InstruThere are a few small towns which corn's "rue? asks the writer. What DAILY BETWEEN ments nre lacking the men whistle But instead of revolution, more have escaped the siege guns of the miracle had been performed in this army levies, a 5 per cent property ! the rousing tune, tor it has been demtrnmr Rvsi Germans. These still maintain their silent city? What unseen hand was iax. a greater navy. -onstrated that it is a good "whistler." :A V P. i rirA t ry municipal ofllcers, but at any time at the helm of the empty boats that Even the least musical can sing or Then the war. Encircled by ene- they may be captured. drifted down the Itlvcr Dyle? What tflBBHLTnawtrG?; '?se.-z- - ; -' -, mies, some prompted by revenge, It seems that tills land df peace whistle the air. : fear had killed "even the little yelsome by jealousy, some by the in- has been the most afflicted of all the Hopeless Lung Trouble Cured. .TjSr-low sieging friend of humanity," as -- ss5v.:-jf-. n r Many recoveries from Lung Trouv. . 'r-''tri- r lie called the canaries that were ly- stinct of ethnic growth, this tripli nations involved in war. rzzrs?zrmw-:vThe king and his cabinet early in bles are due to Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar- -. ing dead at the bottom of their cate empire of mechanical perfection faces its supreme fate. Lord the struggle, appreciating the fact Honey. It strengthens the Lungs, THE CRAT CI w. s eagf-;- ? ,',- Roberts, said, only two years ago. that Brussels would eventually be checks the Cough and gives .,in.il.tit l"(- rMM-Lruglh 5lM &!; timllll M frrt. 6 InrSrt; '11 lj,rfr..i By omo devastating stroke of relief Inricr rr. l.rral-- r inlhi,!wurlj Itl II pro.MTt,..- 'i. m,..r in - I, K.1 .lll..l l.4tl 4.1V MJIwr tl "Germany strikes when Germany's captured, moved to Antwerp, the at once. Mr. W. S. Wilkins, Gates. wrntit Juni instil .strraf magic fear the whole life and spirit strongest fortified city in the world. N. C. writes: "I used Dr. Bell's MacnL'icent Steimcr "SEEArO-Z:- ." "Or cf tVo" ar.4 "City of 3uff.lo" of Mallnes,. he writes, had been re- hour has struck." r.i.y into Dec. l.t The hour has come, and thethre They were not permitted to remain Daily CLEVELAND and SLTvALO In a case given up as duced to nothingness. He reeled un. I.a-'.' .C.I.. j 00l M. r.lrcla.l . adi'.M. The hour has come and the three there very long. From Antwerp the hopeless and it effected a complete 0J)A. 51. M. An otli.v'anj f '1 AnixUuCili der the deathly silence of the city ((rolrilSunrl T.ii') Germany's thub far have stood to- government was transferred to d cure." Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's when be camo upon it, as If some-;n- c Puffa'i fr lali attl j'.l ! j,tfr-- i .l f!ai,Uf IVnU. nUfo.l t!t.M gether. was expected that the inun ur truturr. Ak for and from Ostend the French rvu'liiiit It Ixrira ( ISTptuml uin! IttiCteli, If your cough is dry and had dealt him a blow. The grin- dustrial It .. , .u- -. t fi.r tiikH v mr litLt rtik it Ljni.M,lun k'u.tutr! lM,M-- Irrr, princes would stand by the border was crossed and now the hacking let It trickle down the ning dummies in the milliners' shops THE CLEVELAND Cl UUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Clorol.nd. O. otticlal family of Belgium is the guest throat, you will surely get relief. Onfrfgutcred him more than the white Kaiser. But the -have constantly opposed the increase of Havre. i5:SZ ly 25c. at your Druggist. facrs of tho dead strewn along the in armaments, and preached against For the time being Belgium will roads. To him the wine In tho bottles Some Kitchener Anecdotes. violence. While their leaders had re cease to exist. Here is a king without trying to savo you." was blood; the grinning faces in the 'arm For Sale. London, October 10. Three good peatedly assured the government that a kingdom, a cabinet without a coun A lady tdiops mocked murder at hlra; the whom Kitchener had (hour of peril the Socialist try. The government established at stories ohout Lord Kitchener are 150 Acri oa Hartford and Rockpor in the known from her childhood married triumph of terrorism was complete. prove as patriotic a3 any oth Havre can not govern. German mil- going the rounds of the clubs. mil,) from Broadway and Dujtl: had now fallen. The writer would officer. Wht'ii he met her ho said: "I road, l During the occupation of Pretoria ers, they at the same time warned itary authority dominates Belgium hoped my little girl 2 mile from Rocltport. Schoolhouso had always Jumped Into his motor car, for the by the the fr"pial staff was, pushing on to Ant- war nation that they would 'resistin-a and the peoplo who have remained ener British lu the Boer war Kitch- would not marry a soldier." on diljo of farm rv'id church near. of aggression. Their actions observed a soldier digging in a at home. werp. He ww tho fourteen ghosts "Why?" asked the lady. Three roads jtas dwolUns hou'io dicate that they consider this a war - trench. After awhile ho sent for It must be admitted that the Gcrlie replied, "war Is "Becauso." led away through a cavernous hole of defense. Tho patriot has overcome mans are rebuilding the destroyed him and asked him if lie wasn't ill. in a liouio where (.hulls had struck torture for a soldi- which U oa Hartford R. F. I). No. the doctrinaire, and for the moment forts and to all Intents propose to Tho soldier replied that lie was; that er's wife. Do you ;iiid patted a heap of ruins whero tho realise youil havo - Mont of land perfectly level. Any all are united around the throne. occupy Antwerp for some time to he felt quite bad. to play second fiddle to your hus- on desiring to purchase- farm will do iloK. th-- only living creature left In So tho student of affairs sees to- come. The Germans are also treat"Then why don't you report sick?" .Malltie that hud freedom, was howl band'" wll to Inve3tlsa'je. Price reasonaday tho final test of a vast human ing the peoplo with the utmost con- demanded the general; ing to heaven over the body of his "Yes," answered tho lady, "I know ble. Apply mechanism that has reduced 00,000,-00- 0 sideration, but not until peace has for further infonnatio'i "I did." replied the soldier,, "but hilt after all, he loves mo best." mastet. persons to 00,000,000 obedleut been declared will the government tho doctor said I was fit for duty." that, to BARNETT & SON, Agents. enough," said Kitchener, "True (Mllrer Ftirclftn-bm-in American "parts," resting upon Lord Kitchener sent for the young the tripod of of Belgium be satisfactorily you, but In the event of Service. surgeon, ordered him to" make an '"he loves bureacracy, bayonet anil State bewar he'll havo to leave you. War iiS Piolmbly none of the precautious nevolence. Is it possible so to drill The utility of tho establishment at examination, found the soldier was his profession and he'll have to folu taken by tho allies to prevent tho human mind and body Into me- Havre lies In Its keeping allvo the BUlferlng from typhoid fever and low it." The mo5t economical, cleansing und of their plans from gutting chanical docility and yet retain that theory of national sovereignty, so sent him to tho hospital. Then he germicidal of all antiseptics la o nationalistic spirt which is to the Germans has canned more peace is once again restor said to tho doctor: "You can apply tho nobl- that when your Fall Cold Need Attention. lu thin country than England's est phase of race development? Can ed Belgium may begin tho gigantic for your Ieavo home, I have no use No use to fuss and try to wear 'CJL: refusal to allow officers from America you unite military efficiency and in- - work of rehabilitation on a firm bas- for tho sort of doctor you are." to observe operations of her army uusirial elilclency In one people. In is. In tho event of the Germans' de One day Kitchener and somo it out. It will wear you out instead. . and nay. tho twentieth century proscribe au- feat the men who are now at Havre friends wero at Colchester and all Take Dr. King's New Discovt ry, reA soluble Antiseptic Powder to Thin privilege, which has always tonomy to both society and the in will become tho leaders of tho most the party ate heartily of greengage lief follows quickly. It checks our Im'oii extended In former wars to neu-i- i dividual, be dissolved in water as needed. and yet retain cultural honored und respected nation of the plums. Tho general took one of tho al nations, may have been refused virility? Can you make a man a ma- old world. In the event the Germans ladies to task and said. "Don't you Cold and Soothes your Couyh awry. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches to tin by Great Britain, It is bald, be- chine, and yet by somo autocratic succeed In their mighty struggle and eat another one of thoso. Pleasant, Antiseptic and Hei'l'ng. in treating catarrh, inflammation or cause of the largo number of mlraclo save his soul? This is the conquer the allies the Belgian govChildren like it. Get a fiOc, bottlo u,ccration of nose, throat, and that "Why?" asked the, lady. by feminine Ills Rhus no oiual. ofllcers In both branches greatest Issue of this war. "Becauso you'll get tho stomach of Dr. King's New Discovery and ca"sed years ernment must accept such crumbs of For ten thi Lydla B. Pinkhnm of our service. In u war of such mag- War IteMilU in a Big DoctorV Fee. comfort us tho kaiser may be inclin- ache," he replied, gravely. keop it in tho house. "Our family JIO(1'ctnoCo.hasrecommonndPaxtlno present one, whero the nitude as tho One of tho hlghest's doctor's fees ed to give. From tho present ag"So will you." answered tho lady, with iiih,0,!r late or great nations Is at stake, tho on record has Just been paid lu Ger- gressive spirit of the Germans, In "for you have eaten quite as many Cough and Cold Doctor" writes Lewis womn. which proves Us superiority. Chamberlain, Manchester, Oh'.o. J.lon- - Women who havo been cured say British may have felt, it wus assert- man gold at Epernay, says a Paris the event of victory the Belgians will : as i. ,a "wrth lta weight ed, that the cost of having her mil- cable to the New York Times. not receive very cordial considcra ia gold." At " "I know that." he replied, "for ey back If not satisfied, but it r,0- - ,arS8 box, or by mall, itary burets escape was too great to UB8ts; When the dermaus occupied Ep- - tion. 'I've got it already. That's why I'm always helps. PMtQU ToUflt c Doatoa, Mass. SIDELIGHTS ON rl SlllrT1 Ep-ern- THE TRUTH! Tbc world will be Now bing for food. your i : : : I ' ' J chance. tools We have the right 11 the John Deere line ' of Implements. i y. ci. Williams & Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. INSURANCE vfll-know- j g, I NEW t AGENCY I ' ' it .. bol-dio- rs .... ' ..a.t .''' WANTED, ! 1 i E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. ' ' ' -- .HMvala9HRSr'T .hiz&. 1 n A Fare322 -- itUwinux' iBBW.UL,'r7taHHaHK;); & .-- Cleveland 3it f o. -l n Os-ten- y. .m- -I nji-it- 1 Social-Democra- ts 'Z J ut 4- - n inlor-matio- SPECIAL TO WOMEN sur-pris- X&X6142 ? ' vlta TAX REVENUES " one.we mlplit hove hail to conclude; that the British troops were Ut the , majority, If we should Judge from .' this minuier in which they arc made Mexican Leaders Plan For Each Government Estimates 140, to figuro at every critical point In I Other's Overthrow At every engngement. Tor Infants and Children. 000 Persons Dodge Tax. It is nut Impossible that the small Convention. His Kind You Have Always Bough niiiiihor of Hrltlsh soldiers now on thu Continent have with Bears tho Washington. Oct. 20. Gen. Car- - Sigruuoiu Forty Four Returns Made On In their French allies at u great many dirferent points of critical action, at ran Is willing to retire from the many different times, along the lines. ,)m,t f Chief Executive In Mexico comes Over One Million Least of all would we Intimate that, city provided den. Villa is not Keeking American Dollars. FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN Dollars. llrltlfh olllclal reports are in miy ntriiiiioiitnl In procuring his reslgna- Unheralded and unknown Chrisln- wny misleading, or that they full tlen. lie also wishes to AH Pictures of Kentucky's Governors fWG(?: 'o1 Pnhkhursi IiuU week slipped Into . he assured From the foundation rf the Stalo In tha pr.t.nt HMSS'twt' to give full credit to their fighting ,ntt ),ls retirement will not mean Now York. fI?JS lime Tho onlr eamnlat. cdlleclJoc In a&I.teaea flaj J2? it EifcW.l Washington, Oct. 2.! I'nless thu partners. Now and then, In (leu. the ascendency of Gen. Villa. Sailing under an assumed name JS2 0iu3 W' ricllirMnf nil PrpJilraunl the UnltcJ States, from Washj experts who figured out the "tnxa-liles- " 1'rench'K reports, we find Roldlerly ington to Wilion. Ubi of wl Nations In color. I lit very passed unnoticed by the Initnl-za'- s This explanation of Gen. Carran-jsh- u l.uet Kentucky Map'liunlnRCoiinlici.tovvn.,r..ilro.icl when CongresH was working acknowledgment of valorous work position, made Informally Krntucly Icn.otii. hliilnml tlktiicts, etc. ut gratiou officials. cnmplcl'inapoftlioUnltcdbtate. 1 ullr.nlconitli.ieniapo!tlio on tho Income tux law woru far at donu by the Trench. These are so .Mexico City, was received liy the There is a suspended sentence ttorlil. Ill the Illttorkjl Kentucky ri. "tell is lru tl eixlittc:il statistics from thcfoimJulou of the btatc to tlioprcrnt time. Hen in their calculations, there are rare, however, that, understanding American Government here Frlduy. hanging over her fair young head All XLi!n0.1iH.ili. htrruthp Department. All It InJu more than 110,01)0 Income tax dodg- how much must have depended upon Gen. Curruna Indicated his willing- and tills would hae been grounds' Deparlmcntj of the bttic Government ttitli thclicadsofeach Wm M Department mi Lie clc ical force with the.r Various n ers who have evaded the internal thu much larger body of French ness to have thu convention request for denying her admission to the Kentucky llmrdsimtl Courts with their H.ul uth officers and sitiricj. I'ollncal C'r.nmlttres ami OrtanlJttloni of lh ieveuue collector and fallid to pay troops In the allied ranks, wo are that both he nnd Gen. Villa give way United States. r Jtit'e. Kentucky Ur.itcJ btaic3 Senator. Kentucky Chief juitl-e- . sometimes moved to suspect thati to a neutral for the provisional of the Kentucky House. C on(.rcsslon.il ot the toil. their sharo Miss rankhurst after leaving the ! lcallroad Commission rs. Senatorial Untrlcts. According to figures made public other soldierly appreciation of tills Counties of Kentucky, ..n made and London court of Justice, sought reul.it Counties. lutt night hy the Secretary of the kind, written by Ilrltsh oiilcers In All of the Vital StatSttici of Kentucky. In the meantime, however, olllclal fuge in Paris, where she remained Treasury, :i7,ii!)8 returns were made their reports, hns hern delected at reports to the State Department told during tho summer. Returning to ' This unique and valuable Atlas is free to all Evening Post Mibseribcn. If not under the Income tax law during the London. of the advance northwurd of several London she was permitted fredom j now a Eub&cnber, send $3.00 for a full lineal year Just ended. The estimates What we may see for ourselves. thousand Carranza troops This provided she would leave the coun- year's subscription, or $2.00 for a tix on which Congress did much of its wlthout need of olllclal assurance was explained hy Cnrranza rcprescn-- I try. She did tills. She came to Amor- months' subscription by mail. work on the act gave a total of 42.",-00- 0 from any quarter, Is that the great tatives as Intended not for purposes lea, Pltat cndaritand, tKeie ratts ara by mall only, and not throne h carrier er aganU taxahlo Incomes. These estimates work done by the allies ngalnst the! of attack, but precautionary defense Chrlstabel I'ankhum is like bur OUR SPECIAL. COMBINATION OFFER: did not Include incomes between $3,-- 1 Germans since tliw battle of the in case the convention came to no mother nnd slbtcr. She feels that iw . Paily ETanini Post, one year 000 and $4,000. According to last Marne could not possibly have been agreement and Villa moved his forces Endlnnd, at the present time, Is not 43.00 Kentnckr GoTarnor's Wall Chart SI.50 night's statement 7'J,4 2(! returns done without the much larger army southward, the proper place to conduct a sufHartford Republican, 1 yr - $1.0 were made on Incomes between these j on tho side of the allies. It Is I in- Carnn.u's attitude toward the con- fragist campaign. She also has a immm ALL THREE FOR - - - $3.50 limits, mi that tho total discrepancy pussible to draw any lnes of dls vention has kept the delegates In blind confidence in her ability to sepbetween the estimates and the In- tlncliou between the qualities of suspense. Gens. Obregon and Hlan-c- o arate American men and women courage in tue men. All sncli ques- went to the Mexican capital two from a few dollars, and American comes is 1 IP.S2S. Kf..li- - K.1 f,' , t; I .... -- i !. It wns not expected at the tliue mum tin II.... .... ... I. ...I. ..jeiicil IlllII days ago to persuade Caranza of the! dollars look very attractive In Eng mm, .in ui uuiii r nnd Englishmen, were settled long, futility of opposing the wishes of the lish eyes todaj. that these estimates would prove A lecture tour will be arranged Gen. Felipe Angeles lect, but the actual returns having long ago. W think a special tribute convention. fallen so far below thu estimates of admiration due the Freilch army has gone to Cuernavaca to invite mid Miss Pankhurst will tell AmeriHe can audiences what the future holds has led to the belief that out of the In this war, only because In the Inst Gen. Zapata to send delegates. 14 6,000 missing there must be many great war In which France engaged, ! is reported to have secured the prom- - In store for the militant suffragettes delinquents. her old luster was dimmed through Ise of the Southern chief to send of London. representatives. The She will not advocate militant The Internal Revenue Hureaii thu knavery, corruption, treachery twenty-fou- r months ago announced that it bad and cowardice of men who liad convention" Is waiting the return of methods while here. She will be begun a campaign to detect the dodg- grown up under the reign of an un- these missions before transacting Im- wise If she does not make the attempt. In the first place American ers. This campaign has been pushed principled adventurer. What French- portant business. Olllclal reports show that vigorously and It was understood men are doing today ngalnst a warthe suffragists are opposed to the militonight that results might be forth- rior face known to glorious history, Mexico City newspapers are publish- tarism and In the second place, the coming soon. There Is little doubt puts them back In their old niche of ing editorials attacking the purpos- police authorities would not permit Hint every effort will be made to, fnnie, which Is inorc comforting to es and acts of tltc Aguascallcntes her to become an agiator. Miss Pankhurst is not exactly an catch tip with violators, for afi a ;lienl, we believe, than regaining gathering, revenue producer thu law has fallen Altace and Lorraine would be. This unwelcome guest, but she is an unToned Up Wliole Sjitem. invited one. She must also remember Considerably expectations, vlciory they have already won. below Will help parents develop their sons into "Chamberlain's Tablets have done that she is only tolerated in this brought report dispatches turning in about $28,000,000 for the cr a desperate bayonet Jjattlo be- mro for mu than I ever dated bore j country in violation of the imml- the best type of citizens and Christian payable ten months of lust year . of about $49,000,000, as had tween French and German for the for," writes Mr.-,- Esther Mae Baker, gration laws and can be sent back gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatpossession of a town, which raged oii Spencerport, N. Y. "I used several to the English authorities at any been expected. p. few months bottles of theso time. , tered and comes from the best homes in Not a single class of incomes lived every floor of every house, and which Notwithstanding the belligerent up to the hopes of tho estimators. the Frenchmen won. The story re- ago. They not only cured me of bilithe South. Its capacity is limited, thereIn the $5,000 to $10,000 class, how-ove- r, calls vividly the bloody bayonet fight ous attacks, sick headaches and that attitude of the whole Pankhurst possession of Hougoumnnt tired out feeling, but touc-- up inj family they are interesting. They the discrepancy was greatest, for the fore, reservations should be made early. whole system." For sale by all are sincere In their efforts. This is the estimates being 178,000 and the Chateau, on the field of Wate-lo- o, Place your son in this select group of all, perhaps that may be urged in also by the French, but that dealers. 0 won returns 101,718. Incomes from extenuation for their acts of to $5,000 were only found to time against the Ilrltsh. Such stories boys. Write I.uke .Mrlaikc Says. number 114,484, while the estimate recall the best days of French valor Every old maid knows a lot of None of us should object to a lee under the little Corporal. was 120,000. good rules for raising other people's ture contemplated by Miss Pankhurst showed that The announcement Keep Stomach nnd I.lver Health. children. jalllj none should object to her mak- forty-fou- r returns were made on InThe reason why most married wo- - j jng ali tue money 8he can while hero For catalogue and information. Box A. A vigorous Stomach, perfect workcomes over $1,000,000; ninety-on- e ing Liver and regular acting l'o els-i- men do not know the value of money ( but she nlust kecp wlthln the dfg. on incomes between $5,000 and nlfe,i bonds and not urge or agitate guaranteed if you will use Dr. Is because they never havo any. and 222 on incomes between Eve wasn't the last woman to foolish women to act of violence 1,241 on King's New Life Pills. They insure $250,000 and $500,000 and suffra-husban- d Incomes between $100,000 and $250,-00- good Digestion, correct Con.ttiji. tlon listen to a Snake when she had atpopUiar w)tll ti,e English If you are not familiar with Llppln-cott- 's at home. "gists. Commercial Appeal. fig- and have an excellent tonic effect In no Instance were these ' you are doing yourself and USELIV-VER-LA- X A woman can get tho idea that ures near the estimates, which put on thu whole system Purify jour the publishers an Injustice. Six Per Cent Loans just because she Is liberal-minde- d the $1,000,000 incomes nt 100, the blood and rid you of all body poisnext at :150, the next at 500 and the ons through the Dowels. Only 25c. she Is always giving her husband Obtainable on Farm, Ranch or City Property. To improve, Purchase or large chunks of it. , at jour Druggist. $100,000 to $250,000 at 2,500. When u man's wife and his news- - Remove Incumbrance; Liberal The lack of Incomes between $10,-00- 0 come to the breakfast table tions; 5 years before making paj--Iand $15,000 and between $15,-00- 0 their wrappers, the newspaper ment on principal, etc. For the prop-get- s was shown by tho anil $20,000 osition address: Assets Dept., at 1410 nil of his attention. fact that there were only 2t,81S reLots ot men who have nice soft Busch Bldg., Dallas, Tex., or with estiturns of the flrbt class 423 First National Bank Building, "The Standard Fiction Magazine havo calloused consciences. mates of 5.1,000. and 11,977 of the ( It doesn't matter how ugly the Denver, Colo. Inof America" latter with estimates of 24,500. Feci right all the time. Don't lay off baby Is. It always resembles the rela comes between $20,000 and $25,000 from work for days by takinir calomel Did Kiisliind Hcltate? Why tlvo who has the most money. Uv- - Ver-La- x NOW IN ITS 4Gth YEAR kcep3 you i when pleasant wero not far wrong In the estimates, on vourfeet. while reliovinir your troub- -' The lads who sing of the Good Old We have all pralseu Sir Edward only about 4,000 less than' anticipatle- Don fpnt"! a copy jj.uu a Yoar tako Safer too and eaay to ta,!c airqrd ed. Those between $25,000 and $50,- - How She Was Helped During Days and sigh for them would be Grey for his efforts toward peace &s anything else. You can't Plumb- during the fateful last week of Julj to holler for Modern 000 actually returned were 11,14 1, it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys- Change of Life by Lydia E. tho first ing If they had tho Good Old Days But It Is a fact that he failed to do the (The first magazlno to originate the tern and relieves constipation. Anat- while the estimate was 21,000. Tho ldea of publishing a complete ural remedy, natural in its actions, suro one thing that might havo Insured back again. Pinkham's Vegetable remaining Incomes, thosu between in its effect and certain in results. It novel in each number.) man who could peace. If he had made It clear to Gcr- The wijl $50,000 and $100,000, were found won t bo long before tip- - Ver-La- x Compound. i many not look you in tho eye and He to that England would fight, If to be IS.fllG, while tho estimate was you now has a son who transacts his France were attacked, it is moro A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION 8,500. Philadelphia, Pa. "I am just52yeara (Every bottle guar- i with.perfect safetv. than probable that there would have ' DDiurc YUU women of age und during Change of Life 1 suf business over tho telephone. There were C.0S2 married anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona. tSnlnUd It often happens that a fellow who been no war. Even on August 2, when returns; !" minnaiiai MMHH inin fered for six years separate genuine without the likeness and si"na made wbo ' terribly. I tried sev- can hold a girl on bis knee all the war was already declared by Ger- 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short turo of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by ' the total of all married perCO Timely Articles. Stories. 50Jj,,.h. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. time they aro engaged discovers that, many, Sir Edward Grew was unable eral doctors but none ilous making returns wns 278,835; smiling roems. zvu rages oi nu-- i seemed to give me he can't support her after they aro to give Franco any nsurauccs that the single men numbered 55,212 and mor. any relief. Every married. England would Join her. Remember THE the single women 23,551. month the pains were It Is funny that It you call a girl that on two occasions previously SEWING intense in both sides, a vision she will want to kiss you, v.lien Germany had tested tho EnWhy Not Publish It. Llpplncott's Is enjoying a big reMAt'HiNK and made me so Thousands of weak that I had to und if you call her a sight she will tente Cordlale, England had prompt- vival of popularity. When you want a fuct to become ly stated her readiness to stand by new readers have been addo'd to Us QUALITY.) go to bed. At last want to kill you. generally known, tho right way Is 1 ou may not realize It, but tho Fraiice and there hnd been no war. subscription list during' the past a friend recommento publish It. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, ded Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's man with tho monoplane ears and Ou this occasion Mr. Grey weakened, tew months, and Its circulation Is Peru, Intl., was troubled with belchVecrotablo NOT Increasing rapidly. ing, sour stomach and frequent liead-nche- s. Compound to me and I tried it at onco the flock of red whiskers was once becauso ho was tied to a SOLD regarded as the prettiest baby In the kind of administration. And It my duty and found much relief. After She writes, "I feel that I UNDER so Germany counted on England's to tell others what Chamberlain's had no pains at tall und could do my whole world. ANY Burbank may imagine that he lias neutrality and plunged Into war. Now HOW TO REDUCE THE mo. They hnvo housework und shopping the samo Tablets huvo douo for OTHER produced some freak plants. But the observe that, even as It was, Enghelped my digestion and regulated as always. For years 1 huve praised NAME. COST OF GOOD READING Family Tree Is a vegetable that pro- land's firm declaration a week earlimy bowels. Slnco using them I havo Lyuia K. Pinkhum's VegetableCompound for what it lias done for me, s, y er would probably havo saved Eu Sond for been entirely well." For salo by all and shall always recommend as a wo- duces peaches, lemons, prunes, WARRANTED FOR ACL TIME. it onions and nuts nil on tho rope from war. This Is a point which, dealers. You aro at liberty tousa man's friend. l!lMi: If Lippincott's "Little Book of Big bavu itm purcliaMut tlioNliw" you )ay, you will will become moro clearly established llloUy t thi) price und will my letter in any way. " Mm.Tiiomson, eamo branch. d tho moro tho history of thoso days The reason why a baby is nut havonn cmllis cliuiu of repair. 511) W. Russell Bargains" St, Philadelphia, Pa. in tlio morning when his father is examined. But let us'lmagluo that r'TCr'S??3' Chingo of Mfo is ono of thu mo3t Is grouchy Is becauso baby stayed England had adopted FOR FLETCHER'S Quality the couscrlp-tiv- o .Vow Edition Just Published for th,e Clitic I periods of n woman's existence. "Season llUO-lU- ll I plan after tho Boer war when homo with mother tho night boforo fi Cjnsldered 1 roni-'fbWomtT everywhere shoal l'Mc't r tho menace of Germany becamo apth.:t tiiL-r- is no other re aie.lv i r 5v;i ' and didn't go out killing Chinamen, SENT FREE UPON REtJI'EST it is the A few men get rich quick because parent , and that she had been ready A Delated Ti Unite. carry wonr.on no tmcceyfii ! 'Vitui. to throw half a million men Into Cheapest B. LIPPINC0TT COMPANY Is timo to pay n tribute- to thistryjiijf liriodoj Lyaiib. ji.u..ui.'i. tho.roht of us want to do likewise. J. It girl who takes Frui) eo nt the outbreak ot war nnd WASHINGTON dQ.iril.1793 IMIILADULI'IIIA Even a Corn-Fe- d French arms. What wo can seo Is VogotaLl i Compound. in the cad send another half million in tho noxt If ynu iv":fc that they aro restoring, or rather ': up threo seats In a stroot-ca- r Is to huv. hopoful that bbs wgn't got the few wek, is t not uoaltivoly ear-tai- n t. maintaining, tho old glorlos of tho writw to Ljdi.v E.' Viui..i.iZ.i il !rcvciit Blood Poisoning leiue Cj. (eunlr.ii(4tth, Jby-'- , mlddlo-ugu- d sprood after sho tbst it daclelve word from hor ipply To ouce tlie uomleifuloM rtlfat.le DK It you vn)it!WKmlim.iclilu, ult for Haiuc. Tho Loudon consornhlp bun mass, . at letter wM L. . iuir .woull have prevented war? Tho fiitlod, we, fonr, from tho first, to do Ml K lM.ol.,air ' Our Iut.t iut ikiiiu Li luru ) ou puruluUM). nuii' and .vtiswertvl lv v.'ti;.i'j "v. 'i ' fiat rrlir Mi 1t I" '.N puts In MUiopoltan. The reason a Princess justice to tho bravery and elllclency l Q liaiu.,at. vtouUUcntc, ai. waie uue. .Nat ,'c.5w JUv. Tl Kc Hems Seu li:li Co., Cfange, Mass. ' I FALL SHORT 'outnumber the llrltlsh in the allied, ranks nt n ratio higher than ten to ' troops. Had wo not been well cdvittd that tlio French CMANZA-VILLof tlic Trench A DDCirif HinCmO W II; till) IJiltAltl clirM jears sludy.ng grammar is bo-- ( cause wli-- n she gets Into High School r inns 10 come Home nnd "Momma, did Ja get them : thine I list ya tcr? I ain't got none." Cincinnati Enquirer. "-'sa-v- tentUr Ci i CASTOR A i ' i &tftA4 In-t- he ' "tI ! II j t1 1 ( !: 1 U ill I I I """" , 99 'i&WJLl bh IIIIIIHIIHIIIHI Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. $4,-00- MATHENEY & BATTS s .. 0. . Op-pap- er n LIPPINCOTT'S For Lazy MAGAZINE H8&THQHS m TELLS Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. 422-lian- ds it mum J I '?!&&&$&&& I i. NEW .Mil in I 'ii peace-at-anj'-prl- HOME pip-plu- To-da- Children Cry C A STO R A - good-nature- T e o .' ' "l .ANl.-jKl'tjeilh- ha 1 1 f H trUOrd Bfc'OTt, ''angcrous man' bccaU8C Republican. tnn1 name Is under his F,mp,y design." party his to ia t niMIIff ki it mt) B.rcrrt!t.e k.T., M. Ihf ret, !t AUGUSTUS j .Mill' own candidacy at this time he could lf WIllson had had E. WILLSON. In mind his not have given Kentucky Republicans C. M. RARNETT, Editor & Proprietor a better guido to cast their otes ALLISON BAnNETT, Associate Editor against himself. 77 Tx "T. We nre Informed by .joyed Hearing communications to Governor W. II Cox that he served, all Addro Ohio Circuit Court. Him. an told, one yoar as Governor, of ate Hartford Kepubllcan. Com'th. vs. John Colcmnn ple.i f guilty entered, law and facts to Kentucky while Governor Wlflson wa" absent during his term. In oth- -' the court and fined $10 and costs. must NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS "on. Eugene V. Debs delighted Com'th. vs. Joshua I'ntton plea' or words the State of Kentucky paid ushMriNr dcirinc tb.- - ihit nct to n r. A. E. Wlllson more than $5,000 for ' of guilty entered, law and fncts t(, 'Ohio county Socialists Tuesday with " v,8,t iUuI speech of two hours services he never rendered, and the court and lined $" and costs. llslniw Lo'iainl NotliTHN!pr llonmOrr which If he was honest enough length to n. crowd that packed the of cool Com'th. vs. Cecil llhoads &c. reto prHaelor....bH.i,ntinDiiiinMrttn. merit your vote, he would turn back Plea of guilty etnercd by Alva Klrk, court hotibo to lis limit. Xot nil of OMtBar!. iiwi.intioniiiiti.iCiiriii.fThioi.il. this rerun. mont-j- in Hdvntire. into the State Treasury. If there Is law and facts to the court and fined '"ose present were in sympathy with chrth .Notir.- - r..r ir.. Lot oth.r danger of his election to the $10 and costs. Fine and costs paid. ,llc speaker, by any means hut he . n-c" tu 1111 mru " i". iinoatis, tc. l" iLDimoc. ratninunlnttlnaa will rmltr no uimeu omits aenaiursiup, a suusu-- j lllu cl(,nn, dignified manner In which tutc should also be selected, There Plea of guilty entered by Otis Greer, OttLtUlu lnw, and facts to the court and lined , lle Presnted his contentions. are no Lieutenant Senators. lh $10 and costs. A fine of $10 and criticised both the Democratic and 3 When Mr. Debs was telling us costs was also assessed against Hon- - Republican parties and in order to suitin -- - j Tuesday of the raicaeis' :ut'Aal disgrace the Progressives unwarranted use of da Westcrfleld. classed all ages, from the Militia in various states to opalong with the others. It was to Com'th. vs. Klllle Kissinger, Law- -' ,llp press and shoot down the workers. rence Jones nnd Ezra Allen con- - l,v fnr ,,lc "blest speech which has FRIDAY, OCTOBER :M. folks. we could not help recalling A. E. tinned. grown-u- p been delivered in Hartford in many nU(1 the largest UIsons wholesale and expensive Com'th. vs. William Render, Otls;cars- attended rally Congress has at last adjourned use of the Kentucky State Guard to Anient, Hnrvey Swlfe nnd Arthur ''c1 during the presnt campaign. We after an eighteen months session. help the trust protect the unpooled Flat continued for service of sum-- ! ca" aKi"ee with him on many of his just assorta ' Ideas, while we believe others are President Wilson has set apart tobacco in 190S-- 9 and to over awe mons. visionary and Impracticable. Govern-th- e Thursday Nov. 26, as Thanksgiving and scare the growers out of the Com'th. vs. J. L. Pntton, ct a!.. from ' ganlzatlons. He did It for no other Commonwealth's Attorney liled ,ncnt ownership of the coal deposits, w Tin ilMn't nnra n onnn n)w.. nurtinsp statement herein ond on bis motin rallroada nnd telegraph lines is sure as to Ohio county Republicans should stopping to ,0 come in the not distant future, but lawles&ncss, just so he this prosecution was dismlsed. turn cat next Tuesday and vote for broke up the pool. Farmers and Com'th vs. Arthur Flat state-- tlle speaker failed to tell us Just how BulIIlt and BilH- night riders all looked alike to him. jinent liled by Comonwealth's At-- ,' ne would bring this about. We were Harry Thaw resents his loss of ad- - "e sjmt about $300,000 of the tax torney and prosecution dismissed. tsumewiiai uisappointed that he did vertising space in the newspapers payers money trotting the soldiers Com'th. vs. Illll James report of not discuss the means to procure the and has resorted to the circular around over the State, where they grand Jury failing to indict, defend- - ol,,Is- - u cannot be attained short of had not been asked for, and in so ant ordered released from custody, revolution or the confiscation of form. doing he was just as much a law res is Xo. 51C9. Com'th. vs. Sam Jones. Property. Watterson-desito If Colonel We enjoyed the speakers reference violator as any night rider. Besides, et at., Sam Jones and Jim Jones. cat "hoss" meat, why should his they never saved a life or a times dollars charged with housebreaking enter to the use of the State troops by the personal liberty in this regard be worth of property that any one ed a plea of guilty and the jury fixed money power to suppress labor. His Infringed upon? season. knows about. the penalty of each at confinement discussion of the European war was The best means of "renewing the in the penitentiary for a period of popular with the crowd and was un NO ANSWER YET. Remiblican nartv in Kentuckv Is to not less than two years or more than answerable. At times Mr. Debs was Last week we made mention of a 25 months. .. ,..i, ntt.,.v, eloquent and his language, at all uviMt4 ii"Viiiij awii nuv uuci (ui .letter which Chairman G. W. Long, of to times, was pure and his words well Com'th. vs. George Young, office "'""., though they get their ' ,. the Republican campaign committee. .... ... j..., grand larceny plea of guil chosen. with ,..: names under ne punj uv.te. line will, .the t,w a Jii UlllJitCJIL. tijvvw VU1U does not strengthen nnv Party ,0 county Republican in answer to an ty entered and the Jury fixed the punishment at Note. all elect a bad man to office. left to j inquiry about A. E. Wlllson' church penitentiary forconfinement in the Mr. Debs was the first man who not lss than 12 Jon, William MarshaU"B'!itt, tht" 'inembershlp, and In which MY. Long nor more than 13 months. hnd ever been a candidate for the Republican nominee for short term had said Wlllson belongs to the Bap- Presidency to visit Hartford. Trials By Jury. Hfcnator, and W. Sherman Ball, the ' tlst church. The Ohio county Ropub,. Mr. George Barr, of Buford, was T. O. Jones vs. I. C. R. R. Co. to whom we referred was Esq. selected to introduce the speaker. nominee for Congress, In this verdict of jury for defendant. Many ladies were present. triet, deserve special effort upon the Shanks Brooklns vs. I. C. R. R. Dean, party of the party workfers, being good Baptist. Xow Esq-uirSeveral delegations were here from handicapped as they are by the hail wishing to know more about his good Co. verdict of Jury $50 for plain- McLean and Muhlenberg counties. The Taylor Mines Colored Cornet Baptist brother Wlllson at once tiff. of the ticket. Nellie Ashby vs. Charles Shultz Band made music for the occasion. wrote Mr. Long asking him to give Wheln A. E. wlHfeoU campaigns in the location of the church in which verdict of Jury 1 cent and costs for the mountains and dry sections of Augustus held his membership and defendant. Mr. Bullitt Speaks. the State he Vepresents himself as a the name and J. W. Patterson vs. Wm. Klrtley The following account of the address of the church prohibitonist, while bis agents are speech of Hon. Wm. Marshall Bul clerk. It has now been more than dismissed, settled. busy collecting campaign funds from lowed free access to It until thevj J. X. Cox vs. I. C. R. R. Co, two weeks since this letter was mailufv litt here on tho first day of Circuit SOUTH AFRICA the distillers and saloon men in Lou- ed and still Mr. Long is silent. Xow, dismissed, settled, $60. have become accustomed to Its Court was written and should have isville and other cities. Is he worthy 'George Long use," declares J. S. Montgomery, of Wm. H. Jones vs. L. H. & St. L. appeared in our last Issue, but by is a truthful man. He HAS REBELLION the animal husbandry section of the of your support? would not deceive anyone. In this Railroad Co. verdict of $1,000 for some unacountable means it was plaintiff. Minnesota College of Agriculture. omitted: If the'man'wbo gets mad at the instance Willson or some one for him "Because of Its palntabllity, horsCom'th. vs. L. & N. R. R. verdict Mr. Bullitt was Introduced by At Long did not newspaper, because it differs from has deceived him. torney Otto C. Martin, In a neat More Serious Than The For- es not used to eating alfalfa are Inhis views, and thinks he is playing think Willson would deceive, especi- for defendant. clined to over-ea- t, Same vs. same dismissed. speech, and at once launched into a but after It has. rasash by stopping his subscription, ally about as sacred a matter as become a regular purt of their raKirk vs. Hoover dismissed with- defense of the doctrine of protection, mer wants to get an accurate Idea of how church membership should be contion there is little danger. during which he showed up in an efToe is missed, let him thrust his fingsidered. It looks like he might be as out pedjudlce. Tinsley vs. Holbrook dismissed, fective manner the failure of the "Care should be taken, however, er is a pool of water, draw it out, careless with the truth In this regard when the grain fed with the hay Is. Democratic Tariff to acomplish the as about his campaign contribution. settled. and watch for the hole. oats. This feed Is high in protein and Wallace vs. Butler continued. things claimed for it .He showed how "To nave a Governor of the same WILLSOX'S London, Oct. 28. Another rebel- when combined with alfalfa which Columbus Evans vs. I. C. R. R. INSULT TO OHIO President Wilson reversed himself political faith to officially stab us in agreed judgment for plaintiff. COUNTY. and violated his party platform on lion has broken out In South Africa. Is also rich In protein, the ration the back, without even giving us an Warner vs. same agreed Judg- the Panama Canal tolls question. The Gen. Christian De Wet and Gen. may be In another column we publish an causing an opportunity to say our prayers be account of the shameful 'conduct of ment for plaintiff. present hard times and the thous- Christian Frederick Beyers have tak- excessive strain upon the kidneys. fore be wielded the dagger in the Gov. A. E. Wlllson, as given us by Evans vs. I. C. R. R. on trial. ands of unemployed were charged up en the lead of the rebels In the Where part of the grain ration is Orange uarK uui wnere ignorance is miss Attorney E. M. Woodward, in con- The grand Jiiry adjourned yester- to the present administration. Free State and Western corn this will not i)u true. ana egotism is supreme it is roily nection with the Emless Wade case. day after returning 2G indictments. "Horses will clean up the alfnlfa Mr. Bullitt is a pleasing and con Transvaal. to be wise." Ben L. Bruner, Repub-- , better ihau other stock, because Court will adjourn Saturday Gen. Botha has left for the front. imagine the late Judge W. B. Tay-lica- n vincing speaker and although it was Secretary of State on Gov. A. 0r. Sheriff R. B. Martin. County At-Having put down the rebellion in they eat tho big stems." his first specli to an Ohio county au"Willson. M. Woodward and Jailer dience, ho will find many friends the northern province of Capo Colj torney E. Odd Fellows Print Periodical in InTaxes Due For 1914. when he conies agin. He was forced ony, led by Lieut. Col. Marltz, tho It is said that when Willson was William Flener in a collusion with terest of the Order. to cut sliort his address to make a government of the Union of South We hue rcehed the tax books an elected Governor of Kentucky, he , Prisoners in the Ohio county jail, Truth is the name of a new magatrain on the I. C. in order to keep Africa Is now faced by tho more ser- aro now ruaVly to glc you a tvoelpL promised the Uernlielms, the rch .convicted of murder, to escape in zine published in the interest of the ' ,ier ,nat the' m,'"nt sec,lre a reward an appointment at Paducah at night. ious rising under Gens. Do Wet and Please call at this ofljcu at your earmen in Louibville, that he Independent Order of Odd Fellows Beyers, tho later of whom resigned liest coincidence and sottle. would not call an extra session of 0,fee,, or t0 he oftere(1 bv the state of Kentucky. The October number Xotl ' of the command of the Union forces Kentucky and divide it among S- - O. KEOWN, the legislature to pass a county unit is now out and Is receiving much I now have my new feed and meal when Premier Botha decided to take 52tf. This is the only thing .Shor'ff Ohio Co. bill. The Bernhelms placed a costly themselves. public generally, mill Installed and will grind on Wed- up arms ngalust attention from the Germany. Btatute of Abraham Lincoln in tne 'he Governor could have meant when principally because of the fact that nesdays and Saturdays until sufficiAccording loan official report, armnew capitol rotunda so Wlllson would he wrote Woodward that he would it Is the most pretentious publica- ent freezes take the sap out of the ed rebellious commandoes are alee it every morning when he camehave to be convinced that these tion of its kind ever issued in this corn, when I will grind every day. to his ofhco and be duly re-- ,icers were not ln collusion with the State. The editorial announcement Can make either bolted or unbolted ready In existence, the town of Hell-broln tho northern part of the Crowes when they broke jail, before minded of his promibe to them. one-haof the subscrip meal. Can also make any kind of feed Orange River Colony, has .ne would oner a reward. Xo more states that been seizAugustus E. Wlllson never had any honorable or efficient set of officials tion rate will be devoted to a fund out of corn, or can grind your wheat ed and the government officials bavu use for Ohio county after he learned rver held office in Ohio county. They for the benefit of the Odd Fellows' Into feedstuff. been taken prisoners, while n train W. E. ELLIS, It was the strongest organized A. S. all stood above reproach and this Orphans' Home at Lexington, and lias been stopped and armed citizens Hartford, Ky. of E. territory ln the State. This may gratutious Insult to them was an in that the policy of the publication 16t4 of the defense force have beeu taken be one reason he would not offer a sult to the entire county. Besides, will make primarily for the benefit Inroads of Trachoma in Butler Co. from it and disarmed. for escaped prisoners charged these officials were all Republicans of tho order generally. Tho Union government lias issued Bowling Green, Ky October 28. Truth is published by the witb a felony here. He thought all and belonged to the same party which The inroads of trachoma are becom- a proclamation to the people anouue-In- g Publishing Company, of Loupersons who were members of the Willson asks to carry Ohio county these events and explalulug that, ing alarming In Butler county, acisville, of which Judge Charles A: American Society of Equity were for him next Tuesday. cording to medical advices, and a although it was aware of these reHo was not criminals. He naturally thought the willing to accord these officials the Wilson is president, and will be Is- determined effort has been started bellious preparations, It had been county officials who were asking that same rights which were granted the sued monthly. Judge Wilson him- ln the form of an educational cam- taking steps to preserve peace withhe pffer the reward belonged to the Crowes when they were brought to self Is one of the most noted mem- paign to arrest the progress of the out bloodshed. bers of tho uane class. "Now," continues the proclamatrial for the murder of poor Emless known to order ln the State, and is disease. It Is understood tr.iolinmn have taken always special Wade. They were considered Innoa number of years has been rap- - tion, "the duty of the government Is "Let us hope that "the sovereign Interest in the little folks at tll0 f idly Increasing In Butler county to clear. It Is determined to deal with of successfully feeding horses differs people of this Commonwealth may cent until proven guilty. Wlllson homo In Lexington. required the County Judge, County extent that an appeal has been the matter with a firm hand and Is boniewhat from the elect to this high office a man who The magazine contains about 100 the Attorney, Sheriff and Jailer to prove made for outside assistance ln bat- taking all necessary steps to this end. FKKIHNG OK CATTLK, 8HKEP, le in sympathy with the pulse-bepages of notes of general interest Tho very great majority of citizens of bis people and one who will ac- themselves Innocent before he, the to Odd Fellows, illustrated current tling with the disease. pigs or poultry. Horses are fed to With a view of aiding In the work In every province of the Union are knowledge the dignity of his high high and august Governor would act. events and good short stories, illusthoroughly loyal, and detest the very enablo them to do the most work. He evidently had learned that Wade position by his acts and not by his Among the con- Dr. J, O. Carson and his assistant, trated profusely. Cattlo are fed to produce milk or words." Ben L. Bruner, Republican was killed in his tobacco patch, was tributors to the October Issue are Miss Btllmeyert of this city, are now Idea of rebellion. When they are lncreaso weight. Sheep to Increase aware of the situation they will una tobacco grower, and thla aroused some tfecretary of State on A. E. Willson. writers who have won dis on a three days campaign In that doubtedly give the government every weight and wool. Pigs Blmply to inhis prejudice against the dead man. county. All the schools in the rural If he was not in sympathy with tinction in the short-stor- y field, and In restoring order, and crease weight, and poultry for the (be pulse-beof his people as Gov. He feared he might be offering a re- this number indicates that tho pub- districts were visited yesterday, and assistance many of the students' eyes examined will carefully abstain from giving production of eggs. Wo handle feed ward for some representatives of the eroor. bow could he bo as United lication Is ably edited, tobacco trust. for the disease. The physicians of the rebellious movement any encour- adapted for every, purpose. Let u States Senator? suggest the kinds from which you WufEBterUla." When Hazeiip, the Anderson counthe county will meet with Dr. Car-eo- agement or support." will get the best results. "While a good Republican would ty farmer was shot from his horse The Methodist ladies of section 2, and a general visit will be made naturally prefer to vote the Repub- while riding along a pike one night, Hartford, are going to give a social among the porer classes, where Care Needed In FeedlnK Alfalfa. lican ticket against even a good man with no evidence that he was engaged at Mrs. Rowan Holbrook's residence treatment and thorough Instruction "The increased production of alon the Democratic ticket, party loy- in lawless acts, Wlllson pardoned bis tomorrow evening. Proceeds to go will be given. Trachoma, If left un- - falfa has attracted attention to. Its Th Produce Merchant alty bae no right to force any murderer. Here we have bis feel-in- for the benefit of the church. 'Every attended, will ultimately result In to- - value as hay for horses. It Is a good citizen to vote for uo unfit feed, but horse should not be al- - HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY by bis official acts. In body invited. laid hart tal blindness. ' , ' ,Mii)rinni.t(rir-tii'oiiincMtc.iininnkit;t' i j the one cnc he refuses to olTer a ir ward for the capture of escaped cold .LUulIiL Vi UlDO blooded murderers of a tobacco crmv. , or In Ohio county. In Anderson HERE ON TUESDAY ' county ho nnnlnnnd tim rnM hin...i. ed murderer of a tobacco grower, j The tobacco growers of every county ought to remember A. E. Wlllson at Spoke To Large Crowd Who En- . lhe noU8 ,u'xt Tuesday. ( I I Millinery! We are fully prepared with a big stock !. ' be supplanted Summer Headwear with New Fall and Winter Millinery. days and nights The approach minds you that change must be made. n ij'iti TriapiiairEc. ' J j ' of the best and newest Millinery, able for the smallest infant the or-da- y. ' You can as well have big and get what you ment to select want take go where you have what you can get. , New Hats and Trimmings arrive every few days and an entirely new stock at your disposal several during the I jf, I ! :",. We are particularly anxious for you be and buying your own judgment. see our Millinery dis-.lic- E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Kentucky. ' -- i over-balance- d, E. of-do- n, The Problem lf TTigfr Our NKa rd Fra-tern- nl at at n, W. E. ELLIS If up-flf- ht gs Our Clothing! When you call cintrnl, ring 'phone No. 2.1, ntJ have your grocery order ACTON., filled. Hartford, Ky. KI2 I linvo received my new canned ! 1G12.. goods. E.I'. MOORE. j Mr. Doe French, Lagrange, Is In I i EDISON AGAIN TRIES THE KEY Inventor Is Called Down For, Up i WiBters Coming And you'll certainly need some ui'tho articles of Ladies' and Gent's Fnrnis-hingt- j which wu carry in stock and sell at the lowest prices. attendance at court, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Tuesday for 1'hlllpp, Foster Is connected hatchie Lumber Co., Foster left Miss., where Mr. with the Tallaus cashier. Ney Guming Line. Detroit, Mich., Oct. 2S. It deThe Ohio County Singing ConvenFor Men, Women and Children cannot be excelltion will he held at lleda the flth veloped today that Thomas A. EdiAll singing son, the inventor, who has been vis ed. Same way with Clothing, ('oat Suits, Outlits Sunday lu November. iting scenes of his boyhood In this classes Invited. lor the boys and Underwear. We carry a general B. C. BAHtl), Cirni'n. section of the Statu for the Inst week, line of NEW goods, right from the market, and off the mantle of his years yes"VV "have u nice lino of Ranges, cast on n trip to Fort Huron you'll find the price no abstruction to the purchaser. Cook Proves, Oil Stoves and Heaters. terday and onco more tried his hand at the opCull and take a peep. erator's key and even went so far as ACTON BROS., to tnke the wares from a news butchHartford, Ky. Ut2 Whether you waut to purchase or not, and you'll er nnd sell them among his friends. Mi Horry Tllford, of ""irvlngton, We've bo treated with the same consideration. As a boy Mr. Edison sold papers' is probably ono of the oldest and worked as nn operator for the i j who started a .new accommodation free come and rail road conductors In tho State, same railroad over which he traveled see it. You're always welcome. was In Hartrord this week ntteud-couit- t. to Fort Huron yesterday. His last trip, however, was in a special train .Mr. 8. E. Ilennutt, of the Nocrrek engaged for him by his host, Henry neighborhood, hus nioveil with his Ford, a local manufacturer. As the inventor passed through jl&inlly tn Hartford nnd is occupying tlHi Wedding property on lovw Un- - Mount Clemens, he stepped Into the telegraph operator's office and tapped Ion street. off a message to his chlldrvM In New 0. T. O'Bannon, the Mull, street Jersey. The message was Interrupt''grncc-rymuiihas on sale the liest of ed, however. The Mount Oemens Groceries, Flour, Meat auft Feed-stuff turned to Mr. J3Wson with a ami also buys country .produce. smile and said: "An operator on the ."Strict attention to orders anil prices line is complaining. Ho says there is PILE OF .STYLE 1(U2 ulways satisfactory- a boy on the wire wtyose practicing Mr. V. K. Ellis, the locul produce is gumming things :t1p." It was not m We now prepared to show you tfhe-bes- t e lincrcliant, has insullcd a teow learned what the enmpiaining operaselected line of Fall Suits and Overcoats to be engine and complete grinding tor said "when he Was told Thomas found in our stock but the newest fabrics and 'outfit. The- - machinery is sin mow and A. Edison had caitised the trouble. KCieutlficu.!iy Installed anfludds'much At Fort Hurwr., Air. Ford insisted Can save you money on KuitdinR Materials. styles. Our prices on these goods, which Mr. Bills" growing plant. on furnishing his guest all the nec- BjSj Dealer in LlRht Cement, Plastering, Roofing and in fact, everything which goes Dob WotnlwarA, of color, shot dud essary eiuipnrwU of a news butcher. absolutely guaranteed to be sold to you, SEE HIM BEFORE into a modern building. Concrete Silos. killed JaVe Stofer, .also twlored, at Mr. Edison appeared to take keen fj I MAKING YOUR PLANS. .We can run from $10j00 ito $25.00 Taylor Mlrt-c- liitt 'Sunday. 'Woodward Oellfiht in lb Situation, and he Whs claims the act vus dum- in self de- soon selling (fruit and candles to his the stout man, the slim man, the inch man and fense. He was arrested arrid lodged friends. Ginn brought as liign as poor .man. Dotft forget remember in Jail by Sheriff S. O. Iveown. fifty cents a 'package and when the tery of Europe is not satisfactorily The SiTflT f"lDTecktwrldge coun- inventor tftqf.ped off the traia, he WLTH.A HOUSE THAT IT RAYS TRADE although there whole established, ty passed tlinis'h .Hurttord Vednes-da- y pour! t(he iproceeds or his Cay's POSE AS BRITISH TO course of conduct suggests this as a SAVES KOU MONEY. with six prisoners Hbno' had been business .llfl the hat of a igritniins SECURE PASSPORTS possibility. They made war almost sentenced lo niarnis In ttmulKddyville por-lmrInevitable by (a) issuing an ultimapenitentiary Ln the Kreckenridge tftotwinlsgionei" Sal. tum that was grossly unreasonable Circuit Count, w'hich Inks . Just IPtvrsuant to a Judgment acid "order Germans Deceive American Con and disproportionate to any griev oT Hale '.ofAhe Butler Circuit Court, ance that Austria had and (b) in At a rooet'ki-ot Di- V wtM on "dturday, Not. 7, U'914, giving to Servla and Europe Insuffsols, Is Complaint In rectors of 3?a.Ttford 'Ihiislon Ohio :thehhours ot 10 o'Vlwck a, in. icient time to consider the rights and County Paxmeire' .Miitui.1 ''Telephone England. obligations of all interested nations and 2 o'ciock p. --, at Baizetewn company lottt nlonlisy night Mr. 2 That Germans had at all, times, kMnrvin Baurfc. of wear IHeflin. was onfi alsot-- the headwaters of Slx- - ,r the power to compel Austria to elected, roaniirour far m iptriod of two es" roek,' Ohio conKty, Ky., wl at Washington, Oct. 27. Complaint pulKic-auotioto the ihiebest-ambest a reasonable and conciliatory-course- , pyears. He wIB tabe charge Nov. 'l. tftiat 'many Germans posing as Brit 2BHBHBHHHIHHHHHHHHHIHHIiHIHIHIHBiHBIHHHHHHHIHH BB b'lftere Die saw mill, TieSler ad ue 1'fcli .subjects but at no time effectively exMessrs. IHksiry :aaii Hicniey Hoover, are getting passports out 'ot 'lie Case make, 'ongixe ISerted that influence. On the contrary, of Central "Cucy, aufl beiHe Hoover. e tnifler vmA ert-!; r.f 'Germany for England from Amer she certainly abetted, and possibly Get Paul Wuod ward's , prices On t Provides. Ky .rill tsccompanled bone fpovrer. Also gbtt mcar Ualzetown. Said imachlne ry'. Scan diplomatic and consular agentst instigated, Austria, in. Us, unreason,--, Roofing and ail kinds of Building Hjy their wrws, are wV<ing their was filed at the State epartment wiIH beold on creatt Bf 3J course. !?,'-;3. Material. 12tf a Mw.'li.'T, Hoover. TrvmHtHiitAA nnv a a .. ?ITK fRA three today 'by Sir Cecil Spring-Ric- e, (parents. Mr. the able, i1W wrfli IKRIDAY, OCffUHHR.KQ. 3 England, France, Italy Hty. That reun- Hon. G. B., Likens, of ,Fnax)cfort. a 520i British JLi"bassador. lrtW68ltoom 16 MOT Hon VHil heU. ant the' hnnwr.tilaA last 4 Information has reached the em Aussia at all times sincerely worked was,nre.'Mnd3lIoo.H.iig.after;legal ooat incase of John 31. Carson Baxtk--S ffianday. for peace,, and for this pUrp&S? not? U. H.Ut K. lUllruad Time Table .at ibusiness. trig Go:nsgalngt O. N. Eaize, etc. :in) bassy ttaat a large number of aliens ivy. Hurt - only overlooked the original miscon- have crossed the channel with passFurniture Vktr "ftarte One good: BitflertHTCuit Court Yes, we have.jjust received that I.. A M. time card effective Monday dtartnea by misrepresentation duct of Austria, bilt made every rr.ov. HnwA Lowney.'s CaaJiw, lu tlibeboard and one geoU,'ltorge ward' new Hue of Aug. Mat. land the 'British officials, ever on the reasonable concession in the, hope rdbe. Both in saod ccnOiitrion and wilLl ILER & HLACE. NARROWS. watch 'Cor spies, have had their sus of preserving peace. tic 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. boxed. at a Ug bargria.fCan bo ex SBsr. mile Mrs. Jack We'Ilor, Horse picions tfihoroly aroused dally except Sunday. Anything In lAo Eurnitnre line amined at HanSnrrd, Ky.;iat my moth-- e' 4 That Austria, having mobilizm. lraiih,-wn- t Satenftny :antl 'Sunllq? he ,Jaad at Aer.an .Bros,. 'In Bitinnlttlng the matter to Act ed its army Russia was reasonably Jo. IK .North Bound due .2:30 residence. Tor priVoe address, dally except Sunday. ing .'Secretary Lansing, the Ambassa supposed to do the the same thing. JCt2 J. 3TEV mOBTL'R, m. No. 115 South Dound due t:45 Jttr, 'Tfctp White, wTio !ias beoa dor admtned that the problem con Such act of mobilization was the' I'ViTDpp, Miss. itee It Don't forget thai, good cup daily except Sunday. TJrt toibher ol DrarihTwi No. H, Visiting ;nt Horse Branch aiifl Olaton fronting the American officials, who right of any sovereign state, and as' and tea .Chase & J.inborn at Jlor Dound .due 1:1C .p. va. Ho. 113 Ohio 'county, heia a very interesting for laielllait few &wyt, cimre ihome represent the interests of Great Brit long as the Russian aimles did nott & Black's. dally except Sunday. aln in Wcrmany, is a difficult one. cross the border or take any aggresmeeting at'Sunaydale 'ast Friday, Tuesftay "We liave Just rwived our sw H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. Miss DJta Willis vlisStetl fcor ipa-r- fas lit ,is 'hard for them to go behind sive action no other nation had any K. Carson was Octoliur .Vl'rof.-C- . cauued goo&i for the winter. Saturday ;und Sun- - the sUrtoinent of a man speaking Just right to complain, each having cliairtimn of the uieetiag .tuid Miss ILER ,.fc BLACK. Hfl .English .that he is a British subject. the same right to make similar prepElton lifutf secrrtary. A splendid 8wan liiJlHj. Miss HIbw Daniel spent (! week- i Mr. ILansing said the diplomatic arations. .vMrj. J. T. Jkllller l4t last Thursprogram, including a uumlKir of In41 UD CLOTHING 00. C That Germany, in abruptly deSacramento, viuere sho will teresting rtiibjects and featos, was mi wiui 'iior sister, jviimb atdfia uan- - and consular officers would be cau- day Mr. Silas Ctevens, Cromv.tfl, was ,vlslt fcelatlves. itloned 'to exercise all possible vigil claring war aglnst Russia for failiel. wltu lis teaching ut mock-port- . nrrangf.asiinlicarrfed out. Mrs. J 'H. Thomas Is apontfrng 'the tanco in dho .future to prevent pass- - ure to demobilize when the other in town Tottfftiiy. Hartforar"'Camp No". 202TWMdmen Col.'lT. 3. SmMh and daughter, MUt wetic in'XioiirsvilJe with irrlouus anu Jports uiuing Into the hands of any powers had offered to make any Lion Drand Work Shoos. have returned from Hot of the 'World 'held an enthusiastic reltxlves. WVillie. persons mot laatitled to them. reasonable concession and peace parHTJIJ CLOTHING .CO. meeting .t Hall Saturday Springi). .Arknnsu?. Mr. Joo Loyal attended the funer leys were still In progress, precipievening. A Hplemlld banquet, fteriiislr.-- d Dondee.. was EsquIreWfa Dean, d"or .Sale. , al Mr. Biirlr, near TirSrilei "Mo.Miss JJdna Hinck has .returned tated the war. by wires of the members, was nday. .My library, consisting of The Cen in town Tuesday. hviuo from an 'exw.'iulcd vl.-a-t to relaAfter rendering the judgment Mr. ujoyed by the vititing tip read and Mrs. Howan xJolbrookret.urxrtd tives In Owensboco. Mr. and llrt. Will Park. 'Whu lliave tury Dictionary., ten volums; Stod- - Beck makes a distinction between ladles and mvnibers. Short talUs'ere been visiting "la ere for tome rime, iflard's 'Trasvdl Lectures, fifteen vol Tuesday from "the military caste, headed by tho gUe a Hul- - nude by Sovereigns "P. D. Tweddell, Thoyouvg ladiw-wilhave returned tto tlrelr km at Plen- - umes; '.The Now Students' Reference kaiser and the crown prince, which A. D. Klrschhautn $15 and $10 lowin parlf tonight at the ildeuce J. Key Foster, Leslie 'Bennett and a derson. 'Work, five volumes; History of the HUD CLOTHING CO. precipitated this great calamity, and tf Suits. of "Mr. Dllly Render-Ai- r, splendid reading was given by 'Kiss Mrs. Mervll Grant and children, of Nineteenth Century, and many oth- the German people." kinds new" Dreakfnst Food All Duncimr.Hamrt'.oTiTCreejjvillo, Getiivlevc Taylor. Quartette inutile Also a Olaton. are visiting hver parents, 3dr. ers All Jn good condition. In this war the war of words as ILEK & 11LACK. Just in. Is visirlug hiv uncle And aunt Mr. was also furnie'hed. After the enter Gfcexiens double barrel shotgun, good and Mr. B. P. Petty. to who Is blamable began with the Mr. VirgHTTcnfrb," Dundee, wai aud Mr. ". U Jlellx. banquet one applicatainment and Misses Isabelle and Artie Thomas as new. Also, my carpenter tools, firing of cannon. bore on business yecttxday. Honttny, tion tor membership was accepted and brother, 'Lindeu, spent San day im full et: W. R. HEDRICK, CruJbdOKilny, That each nation is making a tre Wanted Four schoo)glrl board-er- a. PrunfBj Evaporated Peaches at and tuition was oauforred upon an- WbUeavllIe. 12tf. Hartford, Ky. mendous effort to throw (he onus ot ' MIXS. A. K. AMDERSON. lft-other candidate. Moore's Ife&t Market. Among those from here who atthe war upon the other results from Beck's Find on the War. Mr.. Thoinar LTkenshaa returned tended 'the school mtertalnment at WanU4 A Woman to keep hoiutf James 31. Beck, formerly assistant a deference to that opinion, which NOTICE-FAKM- ERS! from a trip to Hot Spring. Ark. Sunnytlale Saturday nfght, were Attoroey-trenerfor a family of three. Apply to R. A. of the United States is rapidly growing, that war of any Hon. L."P."TannerrOwenboro, was ANDERSON, Hartford, Ky, Misses .Delta Willis, 'Lula Loyal and aed now in the private practice of sort Is avoidable and that war Is an I have been appelated recerd-(i- g Messrs. Crowe Thomart and Emmet the law, has summed up the various indictment of a nation's civilizaliere attending court yeeurday. Messrs. Pen Taylor and C. P. Turn , AmerlcalTWire Fence none be- er, lower Union street, who have been agent for the Great Southern Willis. Esttl 'Willis, who 'has been se- diplomatic controversies of the war- tion. Mr. ring nations. ttercall on U. S. Carson, Hartford. quite sick, are reported better. Fire Insurance Co., toaerly rep- riously ill, has returned to his work In the Sunday issue of the Phila JMr. and"MrB7RTE7L'ee Slmmer-rna- a Messrs. "wC H. Mill'er7"John Halo in Chicago. Mr. Willis was accom- delphia Ledger Mr. Beck takes the ; jeturued Saturday from Louis- and son, Master Walter, Fordsvllle, resented by A. C. Yeicer, aid panied home by his wife nnd daugh evidence submitted by the "Whit," ville. were among our callers Monday. prepared t write all ter. Orange" and "Gray" books of the j B"ean's0pe7a House there far property risks. I will be The Junior Class gave Miss Hula In At Dr. Mr. Ream White, who tis ill of warring nations, which he accepts King m surprise party last Friday will be extra good shows with 3 rels Ms sister, as briefs lu tuberculosis at the home of the case, and then rendBbjht. Friday night and Saturday night. , glad to have you call M,me Mrs: Allle Crahom, in no bettor. ' ers a finding as to who Is to blame ' at 'your heioe 'Plckfcs, and don't forget or I will see yen .'STOP AT THE toTof Ladles Blue and New Jumbo Mrs. Sam Bennett is visiting rela for the present war. Mr. Beck's v Drown Coat Suits. the moist Mince Meat that good for aiythlig the iiMtraace tives in Caneyvllle. judgment Is as follows. seCLOTHING CO. HUB Mr. Sam Cestry, who has been kind at Moore's Meat Market. 16tS These are the facts as hown by 1 E. E. UKKHEAD, Hie. riously ill of btttod poison, is Improv- the record, and upon Hon. NrTOlowardTMorgantown. J'rlng your dry corn to W. E. Ellis, them, in my ing. attended court here several days this on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and 16tf judgment, an impartial court would week, have It made Into meat while you TakeT Notice. . Take Notice. not hesitate to pass the following 1CU Ml. Morlah, wait. Wanted-Wanted a borne by a Wanted By a widow with five judgment: 'Mr. J. H. Ambrose, 1 That Germany and Austria In called to tee us while tn town yesMiss AlIceKeownT who Is teachlug bright little boy, seven years old, small children, food and raiment. UnFliANK EQKERT, Prop, terday. In the McHeury Graded school, spent and a sweet little girl, five years old, til recently was supported by hus- a time or profound peace secretly ' H. H. ECKERT,M0r. Suuday here with her orphans, whose father died without band, X life In- concerted together to Impose their without Cabbage) Sweet"" Potatoes, Irish Saturday and parents. yes, Turnips. life Insurance. Address "Orphan," surance.' Address "A," care "Neg will upon Europe and upon Servla Potatoes and Onions in a matter affectinr thn hnlanra nf lected." Up. 1 This section was vfsited by a se- care Children's Home. ILER & BLACK. Plan x te Talk wlth'C. P. KEOWN, Agent, Jpower In Europe. Whether in so Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, Tuesday night which Mar-Kivere Jack frost Meeflrs.'ETcTB'eard and son, Mutual Life, Ot Worcester, ing they intended to precipitate a O ' Worcester, ' called to HC u wh,le ,D t0WD nipped late garden truck and other State Mutual Life, of 13tf European war to determine the mas- 13tf Maes. Mass. , crops not harvested. Monday, ' I Our Lane of 5hoes Let Us Show Yoti i HUB CLOTHING CO. HARTFORD, KY. , or caiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiij 5 are PAUU WOODWARD HARTFORD, KY. kero-j-son- S General Contractor and Builder fj latest are as per Suit fit - I the that this'and I 10 . be-twa- pre--ser- ve en-Ck- Hartford Republican. ; -- '. ft!, tm s.'(-.s.e,rPl- j. c in .Jlart-uvrd.iK- y. -- fr -- l ilko 2 al aa ldadsf -- When 44. t I Louisville ii Hartford,. 5th Avenue ! Hotel I f EiJropp d n, do-Sta- iS , R to demonstrate, If possible, the value of heredity In trees growing. The con- - ( jrm i mkv Washington, Is anarc Interested test for the $100 photographs of the United States nounced to end on July 1, 1915, on In the announcement recently made wlilch date, says the secretary of tho Genetic Asslclatlon ljy the American Genetic Association In Washington, prizes of $100 each have that the offer will terminate. been offered for two photographs one of the largest tree of a variety in the United States, nnd FOR FLETCHER'S tree one of the largest broad-lea- f 3" Wlv seeds. which docs not hear edible first class, for example, are inIn the cluded trees such as chestnut, oak, The lliixaitl Speaks to the Win walnut, butternut, nnd pecan; tind Arruplum. In the second, 'trees such as elm, Circle and circle and circle nnd birch, maple, cottonwood, nnd tulif swlns, No protographs of poplar. Great white brother with great white trees arc wanted, since It Is In Three Volumes wing! definitely known that the California Circle and circle my own wings blgtrees have no rivals among coniThis man caused the last black fers. At a later time the association Follow your splrallng, nlry track! general European war. may take up the same question as Over the city I watch you stoop, His personal memoirs, written between the various kinds of coniWhere shivering man things hud- by his secretary, Baron Do spruces, firs, e'ednrs, fers, ai pines, die and cling Meneval, are full of the nut nnd cypresses. Like frightened chicks at the gray absorbing incidents, especially in competition, The purpose of the , view of the present great Eurohawk's swoop. ns stated by the association, Is to Quick! From your steely talons pean strupgle. find out In what regions the native j fling Just a hundred eats apo, his ambitions bathed the Continent in a sea of trees attain their largest growth, nnd The scattering death In the crowded blood. France alone, under his leaderunder what conditions they thrive coop, ship, fought Germany, Russia, Austri.i, When these large trees are lo- For my craw is empty and hungcr- best. . Italy, and Great Britain . cated and the measurements authenlug. ticated, the association hopes that Circle and circle nnd circle and It may be possible to secure seeds, swing, cuttings, or grafting wood from Great white brother with great white lly special arrangement with the pubthrifty trees in the region where they wing! lishers of COLLIER'S, The Nntion.il grow, to see whether finer specimens Circle and circle and circle and Weekly, we are enabled to orTcr a limmuy be propagated In other parts ited number of these ci swing, of the Memoirs of Napoleon free with ' of the country. brother with tireless a car's subscription to Collier's and It Js hoped In this manner to get wing! this paper. TheerTer is strictly limited some particularly choice strains of Circle and circle with wings outto get advantage of it you must ait promptly. native trees established in regions spread, where good specimens are not now I follow, hovering overhead. Sherlock Holmes Stories found. You are the pilot, bird to me, Exclusively in Collier's Guiding to richer gorging still; The Influence of Heredity. All the Sfl.tloct. Hnlmes torirs rutdifher! In 1915 ill be printed eiclusitelr ln Collier . I circle and wait here hungarily, It Is assumed by the association The picture rf the And whet my beak as I wait your War will appear eieir nerW In the that seed from the region where the section cf Collier!. largest trees grow ought to produce kill; he finet fiction ritten a ill sprrar ea.L crt story and rerial lurm. in larger and stronger tree's than from I wait till the red feast lies for me. Mark Sulllvan't timely Fdllorljli and tvLclr To settle and perch and gulp my regions where only small trees are quoted Comments on Cingrr-- s ll! continue lobe an ex.lu.Ue fearure. fill. found. By finding out" where the large trees are and then planting Circle and circle and circle and swing Special Offer to ourReaders Giver of food and guide to the needs from them in other locations, Ycsr on heme piper ar.d COLLIER'S, lie National WceU). together a hri llie three sclurrc. feast; the association hopes to demonstrate of Napoleon's Memoirsall of ihete )ou cet fir lie You are a god, and I your priest, price of Collier's alone, plus 0i: lo cover rhe cut Jhe practical value to horticulture cl pacMnc aod ihipplnc the Mcmtlr. d and forestry of the laws of heredity. brother with tireless I Send your order to th s cfice no. If you are wing. already a subscriber, our sib enption will be ex Mow that reforestation is becoming tended for one year from It present date f ex piranon. a pressing problem, the" question of Portland Oregonian. COLLIER'S $?,50f'pecl.l combination eed tres which will produce particuJ P'l". Ircludinr lie 1 three yoliine $9 00 Defects Attributable To llfiruoru larly good offsprings is naturally Inherited Republican, , , lMtroolii.ro.tM'c- l'Alcohol. cenjjpg to the fore. " The Influence of alcohol as a detriOther influences, of course", will have a bearing on the subject, and mental factor In inheritance is one the results of the investigation may which has not readily lent itself to help to settle the question as to convincing experimental proof in the it past. During the last four years whether trees can be aclimatlzed. and S promptly obtained In they cap not be, there may be Professor Stockard of the Cornell rut countries, or no lea. obtain PATENTS University Medical School ln New caeee where trees in a new environTHAT PAiV utTeniM them ttoroujjlijy, rtt our expense, una ueip tou(w success, ment may make better growth than York City has been engaged in a Send rrodeL photocr'tietch for rTRCC report on patentability. SO jeruV practice. . SURhe best In their natlver ange. This is study of the effects of alcohol In PASSING REFERENCES, for free Onld. Book on Prrjrahl l'anrctri1ta1o",S(BtarB Australi- heredity. He has demonstrated conto be true of certain of the 9a-Bofeaventh Stroot, an ucalypts, and of the Monterey clusively that the germ cells of male WASHINGTON. D. O. B -- &ij).e wbjch does not amount to much guinea-pig- s ca nbe so injured by allo its native location in California lowing the individuals to inhale the but has proved of great value In New fumes of alcohol that they give rise to defective offspring although .mated Upland, federal forest service has cort- -' "with vigorous females. The extenducted some studies along this line sion of these unique investigations, jmd has discovered, for example, that in which the offspring from the treat the Douglas fir of the Rocky Moun- ed animals which reach maturity are tains and the Douglas fir of the Pa- usually nervous and slightly under cific coast, while the same species, sized, have further shown that the j have different characteristics and will etfect of the injury of the germ cells Courier-Journ- al produce trees like the parent stcok, is not only exhibited by the immedl-- 1 modified somewhat, however, by en- ate offspring of alcoholized animals, vironment. For example, I' the two but Is conveyed through their de- forms are planted together, during scendants for at least three genera-- 1 the earlier period of its life ai least tions. Tliere are many Instances of the Pacific coast form will ma'io a mating followed hy negative results larger and stronger growth than the or early abortions, stillborn young , An Instructive illusRocky Mountain tree, prn!dcl it Is or defectives. not affected by adverse local ton.il-tlon- tration was .afforded in a case in Courier-Journ- al which two of the four young animals Several other questions, such as were completely eyeless, the eyethe cllmato requirements of trees balls, optic nerves, and chiasnin begrown In dlfl'ererit" localities, will, ing absent. Such defects result, ac of course, enter Into the tlnul solu- cording to Stockard, from the luju tion of the problem. It has been ry originally Indicted on the germ REAL found in Germany, tor example, that cells by the experimental treatmen Pacific coast form of Douglas Yet this Injury may have been recelv the fir Is not as hardy ,as the Rocky ed by earlier generations only. Thus men-- t Mountain form, wlilch has to endure the parents of the guinea-pig- s INeWS Bggt in its native habitat severe extremes tionea were untreated, tneir tour News of temperature, and, German l'orest-or- grandparents were also untreated, but , -were all alhave been working to discover their Local Mews n'btraln of Douglas fir which will coholized and their combine, as far as possible, the hardi- ers were all normal animals. Tho ness of the Rocky Mountain form deTeftlvo eyes of descendants are News and the large size of the Pacific due to impaired development, not to coast form. the direct action of alcohol. PlainNews ly tho germ cell Is actually weaken Trees arc Fastidious. of Some authorities go so far as to ed, if not disabled by tho alcohol treatment and all Individuals arlblng Everybody say that even the ingenuity and of man are unable to in- from combinations Involving such n duce trees to change their habits far germ cell are likely to be below norAro you Interested In what Is takenough to adopt a country not close- mal. As The Journal of the Americ- ing place Vlay by day all over the an Medical Association says there Is ly like their native habitat. world? If you are jou N'KED TJHE Tbjs fastidiousness in the habits of food for reflection In these facts. COUItlEIt-JOUNKAtrees has Its good and its bad sides, If there is an a'ent in your town (i'ood Nut Crop in Union, they say. It absolutely limits the forglvo him a trial order one month Morganfleld, Ky.. Oct. 23. Tho ester's choice of trees to grow In a Dally 50 cents, with Sunday 75 cents. given region. Rut, on the other hand, Union county nut crop Is unexcelled If there is no agent in your tow" there is practical certainty of results. both in rilzo and abundance. Pecans glvo your order to the papor in If beech or spruce- thrives whoro tho and hickory mits aro being shipped which this nUvcrtlsoinent appears average warmth and moisture of tho to city markets. Pecans that ltibt (you may set a special clubbing growing season from year to year ' year sold for 20 cents per pound are rate), or send tho order direct to ranges between certain degrees, then now on the market for 10 cents per tho Courier-Journa- l. C to 7 has WEEKLY" COITUinil-JOUnXAwherever else tho samo average Is pound. Smaller ones bring cents. A InrBO number of parties been discontinued, but FARM AND lound, In tho northern hoinlt-jir-troat last, tho foroslor may plant beech have Kopo to tho river bottoms mid FAMILY, a most' excellent Illustrator spruce, whether or not they aro, hikes, and caiupnl just to lay in a ed monthly magazine, is u worthy alrttUy there, with confidence that supply of nuts, hrlnlni; In hundreds successor. Tho price Is only M cents of pounds. Apples and corn are of a yoar. Ask fgr a saniplo copy. tiny will flourish. purpose of tho fine ijud largo yleldm tho wheat was Tli u.;uounw(l unufpMed. Union was below par Compano Ctitle Assoelatloi. to bring nUout .only on putntnoa, tUe crop btjlne Boilrier-Joilrn- al tho dtaMMmiiuMeH 'of wod or stuck Incorporated of tin bent itpeciniens, whoa fouud, mall and inferior. wh s.rftr''? -- - - rkckini; InrRCKt Tree?. Foresters Or.t. 28. FREE y FREE Direotoi'y Professiotial Ciio County HOTEL ( to POWHATAN' nut-heari- Children Cry !WGM D.C. CASTO RIA '"sy cone-bcarl- Memoirs of Napoleon 1 OFAMERICAN. Int.' In a city where good tiottti bound, the Powhatan headi the first la the hearts of Its countrymen. It li ' JarjHJWwl"J-.Ta.muJ- j I Get these Memoirs Free thrce-xoliii- j The Towhatan n irfTncil, exclusive, an.l restful. Its excel lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18lh ami It btrcrts, makes it a ilestrabte headquarters (or bridal couples, tourist I'arltri, conventions, Schools and colleges. , The Powhatan attracts he people of culture anil education. Its proximity to State, War and Kaw Dcinrtment). also to man; points ol historical Interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at $1.50, $2 00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50. SJ.00 and up. Write for booklet villi map, Circuit Court T. P. nirl.htwl, .ludge; Uen U. Hittgo, Alturne , W. Law Attorney P. Mldklff, Jnlicr; Ji. O. Uiirrass, K. K. 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M'- bl111' I'JUi'lJ A- is day in Octobir. - y Is prwrjuted f pr.u'tileliig e"eh nui Otlier County Officer- s- C. S. MovU1 iiulivldu lci, Survejor, FolMsl!Ie, hy., It. ccib. Mr. Uuriuv5 V. U. Xo. J, Tom I linen, Assessor, OfflrM In awejit Midi ir.ictlotv Olaton, Ky.; Oxna Shultd, Superln-.tentlen- t, Hartford llepublluui building, HartHartford, L)r. A. H. Hiley, Coroner, llartlon'.; T. 11. Ileiiton, ford, Iv" IHoud Kiiglneer, Hartlord. Otto C. Martin at I Barnes rui-rlu- p & Attorneys at Smith i0-1t- "''h - I J L STICKS' COIUTS. CLIFFORD M. Man-hatch- Manager. LEWIS. a IHHiinilliilliiTTTTr HAVE YOl'H SUITS Furr-rea- Cleaned a Pressed Man-hatche- 171 1 Hats Cleaned and Repaired. "Work called for and special attention. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftLaw Attorney er yd .Monday in March, Tuesda aft-e- r yd Monday in June, 'luesday aft-iKY. HARTFORD, lid Monday ln September, TuesASSOCIATED WITI I M. L. EA V1WN day after lid Moiulay in Uicember. L. A. .McUaniel, Uoukport, Friday This office Is eiiulpped for handafter yd Monday In March, Friday latter 'M .Moiulay in June, Fritlay ling Commercial Law nnd Collei-tloafter yd .Monday In September, Items as well as other legal ami litiFriday after yd Monday In De- gated matters, l'raetlce in all t li cember. vigorous service. S. V. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. Prompt and M. 1.. Hcarlu'8 Office. yd Monday in March,, i after Wednesday after yd Monday in June, ttlnesday stfttr Cd MnnMuy In Sep-- I W VliElll.lT10N' in roc tember, Wednesday after yd Mon- i n li mil, K.r llnrtforil Kt. ! day In December. it. C. Tichc'nor, CentertovMi, h STRATT0N & MARTIN urday after rd Monday in Attornoys at Law mouth. Winson Smith, Select, Tuesday CROMWELL, - KY. after I'd .Monday n March, Tuesday i after I'd Monday in .May, Tuesday Will practice their jirofctisloii In thl after 3d Monday In AtiKii6t. Tues- - and djoluliig counties. Collections, '!. after d Monday In November. Commercial and Criminal Practice a W. S. Dean, Dundee, Wod Prompt and vigorous noJIay after tho second Monthly In Specialty. March, Wednesday after Ikl Moiulay service- Notary in office. In May, Wednesday nfter ::d Monday ln August, Wednesday after 2d Monday in November. Den F. KIcc, Foridsvllle. Tuesday after 2d Monday In March, ThursI AM day after 2d .Monday ln May, Thursday after 2d .Monday In August, Thursday after 21 Monday in To do any kind of Veterinaer 1 ARTHUR U. at KIRK imr Sat-eac- - PREPARED 1 delivered. 1 Club rate $1.00 per Club, ST. Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aft2d .Monday In March, Friday after 2d Monday In May. Friday nfter 3d er -- M month. Hartford Pressing GUNTHKK W,D(.'.,CKNTKK Ee-$-- TRADE-MARK- m m HARTFORD, XY. ' jpife mmm Daily I Monday in August, Friday after 2d Monday In November. HARTFORD l'QLICE COURT O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. 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I'. .Moore, Recoiid Kcsoper. Acino Lodge No. 'J'.'.'J 1. O. O. F. meets, every second and fourth Friday nights in each month. C. M. Harnett. Noble Grand; W. 11. Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp o. 202 W. O. W. meots every second and fourth Saturday nights In each month. Tom Williams, Council Commander; W. C. McCALL PATTCRNS Wallace, Clerk. fur style, simplicity and Sunshine Hive No. 42. L. O. T. M., ,i Ccleliraled nearly 4ft petlfft fit.bold in really lehahllilr meets every first and third Friday h etry city and town In)eat.United Mitel and the nights In each month. Mrs. Attj u " Canada, or hy mail direct. More sold than any other Commander; .Mrs. II. McCALL'S nuke. Send ior tree caUIoetie. Griffin, MAGAZINE E. MIhcIiKc, Lady Record Keeper. More subscribers than any othet fashion Kujstonu Chapter No. 110, R. A. m.ig.irlne million a month. Intaluable. I.aU est (lylci, pjltrrns, dtrssmakln?, millinery M., meets every tliliVl Saturdivy night llaln sewinir.: (ancv iieedlrwork. futrtir.slnf.. : hi each month. John T. Moore High l.t....... kihiu .uinev. cic. Viniy ..T rnt. ...i - . iHjucr, .. year (worm double), Including a frte uttesn. i i'rlest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. bubscrlfe today, or senu lor lamjile copy. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ECJUITV, Stato Officers President. J. II. JJ. nunUMttL alMUUlLJlIEIVrS catilocue Council, Princeton, Ky.; Vice 1 Iiai-and new cath prize oilers, Address dent, J. II. Uurney, Muhltiiiherg - , mi! If tf ILL m fl(l!H IV. 17IH sl. new vonit Secretary & Treas., S. U. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.r Organizer, T. II. Hartford, Ky. Members Stnto Executive Board Ben Watson, Webster county; .1. W. and CURK LSilMGSj Dunn, Daviess county; Hilary Plrtle,' Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun W ty; C. G. DavenporU, Warron county. 9 ' vyiTH L. StovOhio County Officers-S- . bB8f,5S w h Henry Plrtle, Sqo- ens, President; Irotnrv! S. K. Ilpnnntt. Treasurer. S COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. 63W Osna Shiilts, Chairman, Hartford, I -I M Hal-mai- n, of .I'yllilas meets ovi-rTuesday even- Ing-- Juo. W. Taylor. C. C; W. R. Hedrlck. K. of It. & S. Hartford Tent- - No. 09, K. O. T. M. .Miller, Secretarj. Rough River Lodgo .No. 110 KnlghL Elbaboth !; J Coll ter s ..... $2.50 Beth for ed; $2.50 couch! killthbthe ft. jA. Iriitructlte. lltnulirul lbs CUCKDCf, lil trili.i 1. 2, 3. h. Terry, Hartford, Ky. T. J. Brooks, FordsllIe, Ky. Ira Bouth, Olaton, Ky. O. rliii (rbOVVHS Oi-Di- J KteWlJiry phicb C.i TR5A.M Aj T LOUISVILLE, IIV, 5. H. G. AuUn, PrntMi, ICy. C. J. L. llrown, Rocfeuort, II. O. Autry, IMUetowu, Ky. VAI r,D flLLTHftOftY AI.DlUrlii .'RCUliirS. .. ... in n. , TlMlrtloK'eef u :.oo. st 0 nvrcry vj a u;.'i'j. 1 X ,?T CASTQRIA For Infants and Childron. m AI.L'Ollui. .1 up ii ,.'..;; The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature - In Mexico a Seen by IoulsvlIlo .Man. John Jordan, gunner's mate, on the IJ. S. S. Louisiana, who has just returned from Vera Cruz, Is visiting his father, Charles A. Jordan, 429 West Illoom street. Mr. Jordan says things were running smoothly when the Louisiana left Vera Cruz about three weeks ago, but despite this conditions In Mexico are far from pacific. He says Villa Is the man of the hour In Mexico, and undoubtedly Conditions wilt have the say when It comes to the election of a President of tke republic. However, he says the people regard Villa as a fighting , generally man, and one who will not be satis-fle- d period of with a prolonged peace. The Louisiana arrived off Vera Cruz on tho evening of April 22, following the landing of the first American troops, and on next day the marines were sent to a point near what Is called the "Variety Theater." They were quartered there, and about o'clock In the evening some of the men were strolling about the place when a sentry spied tho head of a Mexican 'sniper' protruding from a window on one of the upper floors of a building near by. The sentry picked him off and immediately there was a fusillade of shots which lasted about an hour. After that pickets were pluced on all of the roofs of the surrounding houses and there was no more trouble. About ten Mexicans wero killed, but there were no American casual-Itie- s. Mr. Jordan was Impressed with the Castle .of San Juan Ulua, which built In 152S by King Philip of Spain at a cost of $20,000,000 in gold. It is built of white coral stone, anu covers a space aoout tuu teet square, and Is located on an Island a short distance out in the bay. In some places the foundcl Ion walls feet thick at the are twenty-fiv- e ground level, and range from that width down to eighteen feet. There are several stories, but in this respect the structure Is Irregular. There are numerous turrets, cupolas and parapets, and one high tower, which is used for marine signal purposes. For more than 100 years the fortress or castle has been used as a prison, but in one corner of it Is a modern torpedo room, containing a single pivotal torpedo tube. At the time of tho United State invasion the Minnesota was lying less than 200 yards from the mouth of this tube, and had the authorities desired they could have blown the ship to pieces. In one part of the fortress there is a room which Is called the "Inferno." It Is about twelve feet long and eight feet wide, and is entered by means of a narrow door. The roof Is arched and the floor is made of heavy Iron grating, below which is an extensive fire box. It is told that tho "inferno" was used for "sweating" prisoners to compel them to divulge political or other seciets the authorities desired to know. lintllicSiomc!BadUwcfetf ! AJ) PromolcsDijwIionjCktfdB30, I1CSS 'inrl Ri?Sl rnnl.ilnc nn.'iw Opiimi.Morpiinc norJtamL u I" All C OTIC, Jlafat txj,:m. JSrtf - I SpfiT jixstStti Jlfprmal- - a ij jH D J n MrmSrrJ- OonM 'Suyar Ibutoyrmi four. Ancrferl P.tnui!v fnrrm-.fi.I Ion , Sour SlonucIi.Dlarnua Worms.Coimi.s.ons.rcT'ir Suf... ncss mid Loss or A"7 y M se For 0 ver Facsimile Signatarcor ss NEW YORK. Thirty Years Guaranteed undcrth Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTOR THC OCNTAUNCOMMflT, NtW & CITY taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing all my work." strain. If you are all run down from womasly Of all the mental diseases, it was from this place, Mrs. Bcttic Bullock found that dementia praecox was by writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try far the most frequent form; It aver years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It lias helped aged about 56 per cent each year, this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 of all the dismissals. The report gives a clear, concise outline of the while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should modern conception of dementia praeall. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, tool Your druggist has cox, explaining tho way In which it sold Cardui for years. He know3 what may appear in the army in young in my left side. men who have never shown any of The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomthe symptoms of Irresponsibility ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. when sheltered by their parents or tlVt'fj. fa. A friends, but who cannot "get along" soon confined to my bed again. After AJvisory.Dept.. Ph.ltnAn 1UII.U. a I Chattanooga. Tenn., for Sprcia$ when they are required to speak, that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Instructions on your case and a book, Horn Treatment for Women." sent In Uin wrapiw. ! act, and even think in prescribed and orderly fashion. The symptoms, with the vivid case descriptions that follow, will afforJ the regular army surgeon much Insight Into cases that would seem to be merely undisciplined. In fad. the text of this bulletin, says The .lotfn al of the American Medical Ansocla-wa- s -tion, will be of trtmiendous social value to every officer, as well as to 'any one dealing with large bodies of men whether In reform schools, prisons, factories or mines. menced --- Army. The studies show that tho mentally diseased, and thoso who aro congenltally or otherwise mentally defective, form an Important problem In armies and navies. Of all the discharges for disease or external causes, practically speaking, one-fift- h are on account of mental disease In some form. That is to say, out of 1,002 men discharged In 1912 on account of disability from After Four Years of Ducooragiag all causes, more than 200 were CoaditioDs, Mrs. Bollock Gave found to be mentally diseased or defective during the year; and these Up in Despair. Hnsbaid did not Include the rctircmuts for nurastlienla or hysteria, which, alCame to Rescte. though the patients are not insane in the accepted sense, are In reality mental dlsascs that will seriously affect one's efficiency In time of Catron, Ky. la an interesting letter HUSBAND .RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE I had and I gotten so weak 1 could not stand, gave up in despair. At last, my husband got mc a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com- JAMES & CO., First Class Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, Starck Pianos No Montsy in Ail vnnce lion Gnm CASTORIA October. II. Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR (Jake Diana-like, Harrison.) 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And riding on the breeze The spirit of the orchard god Floats from the bending trees; The drunken wasps go buzzing home W,hen they have had their fill From " "leavings In" the "plummace at f P A nci5txr 1TARCK From Vac (ory Direct Twice-a-WeekOwensb- wiii unui juu a oiarcK I'lann for 30 days' free Ir ll. In your reiuirel. J ntid tent vo casn winent days. If. at .Ml w nsk 11 thnt you will plu upon, tue tnla il.im for 3 tliu end of that time, vou do nut Hml It the IllKheyt grade. MWectest tuned unJ linen itlnnn In ovcrv w.iv. Mint vmi Imvn tver ccn foi the money, you nro nt perfect liberty to yend tt back, anil wi- - will, in that ovunt, uy the freight both ways. T.'ia Starck Piano muat make good with you. or there is no sale. no liomp 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL IWZl Easy Payments The' wit your eonvenl.-ni-e- , you to In y a piano inlrlrg th money. nunufaciirvr. Twice-a:Wee- trough, Down at the cider mill, The husbandman with prudent care Is gathering the corn. Or in the field behind -- the plow He greets the smiling morn; Whero all throughout the sunny day He turns the furrowed ground. Inhaling with the air he breathes Aroma of the ground. Sava $150.00 or Mera ivl a Kitifactory piano. We ship direct to you from our factory, at price that atc)ou upward! of $150 0 in the of jour piano. We guarantee to tumid mi & better piano tor the inonev thsn yo ea-- i uvuro rlienhere. You arc uiurrl of reiririnn Toil P17 no cah down, but ittcr 30 days of trill, you ran in payment on ths low est, easiest tsrnn cut scented by a piano M tontd durable l.U'i irraj; fir tenni are arranged to Milble far and it i yoi.r home, without , r W ijjnjra t " RoaVRIQHTS AC. AnTon8tnrtlngaiAetrhiinditecrlptlonmar qulcalr oscortnlu our opinion f reo !!''i''J?;!.ll eR!S!!r.R,,illn,nhnr! on ratcuu mint .free. 6lJet oconcr for wuriniT,Jei.u . ... . .H... ..:.,. ttiiim I'aiuuis iaon uiil'.i" nvclolHotlci. without cbarce, tu the) What Would Vou Do? There are many times when one man questions another's actions and His brawny chest, Inflated deep. motives. Men act differently under The follow. and Swells with a sweet delight, In; an a fnr sample bargvlna t different circumstances. The ques- The thews in knots upon his arms 50 Fret Muifo Weber S110.00 tion is, what would you do right now Bespeak his giant might; Lessons Stelnway 92.00 if you had a severe cold? Could ou His ye, as clear as heaven's blue, Plane leeb Free Chickering 90.03 To every purchawr of Starck IManoi, we qivc free S nd today for our new Kimball 95.00 do better than to take Chamberlain's Proclaims a tender heart, ' piano muiic Iiii. in one of Starck 195.00 beautifully illustrated you a Cough Remedy? It Is highly recom- The while he treads the earth in the best kniwn tebools in book which gives ChlraRo. Thee IeanJ you large amount of InformaSend for complete mended by people who have used tt take tion regarding pianos. This health rn mall. in your own home, second hand our latest list. bargain by liook Tills rrprcwnU will Interest an I for years and know Its value. Mrs And does a manly part. 0110 jcar'i free Instruction. picae you. Write today. p. a. 1343 Starck Bid,., CHICAGO I O. E. Sargent, Peru, Ind., says, PIANO CO.. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is From cottage homes the children worth Its weight in gold and I take troop pleasure in recommendtng It." For To swell the country school, sale by all dealers. Where they must learn to spell and 444444444444444 read Tho Army and Mental Disease. And write and think, by rule; The mental anguish, depicted by tho numerous tales of suicide, mad- Their luncheon palls In bright array, Their faces shining too. ness and desertion among soldiers, to say nothing of mental frenzy ex- Their tempting, rosy lips as sweet The t anil 2nd number's failing to show up by Sept. Snd.we As autumn honey-depressing Itself in wanton murder, lutve paid $1(5 in rasb to Man Welborn, of Cllft.v, Ky., who held that have come to us from our tlie :!rd nuiulter .in the eont;.it for the barrel of friends across the sea, leads October brings us sweets enough 'Ol,0 QUAMT.Y" OK $(.() IX CASH. To cloy the common mind; us to realize that there have been . Wo make For prompt Milnments ntali your orders to us. made as yet no scientific studies of And in no other month at all Can we such riches find; nlf "dr"' points in Kentucky. "Old Quali ftilck hhipmenlH to effect of war on the minds of oiHcers ty, One- Star" us ood aW ahy 'bottled In boud- - only $;t.OO per and enlisted men In tho army. For- Its pungent tang, its goldenrod, , Its sumac blazing bright, Kallon, express prepaid. tunately for our nation, there has been no opportunity to study the ef- Its scintillating amber glow, All buoyant with delight. fect, on a large body of men, of short Owensboro, Ky, rations, loss of sleep, great emotion P.R, UNBJ8TER J.B0., Uuptists to Convene. alism, exhausting exposure, exces Somerset, Ky., Oct. 26. The GenSTOXICI "I'KKMIKK PUKE" "CM) QtMMTV", "OIiU W.JS. sive physical exertion, homesickness, eral Association of Kentucky Bapetc., yet these In combination pro- tists will convene In annual session duce a strain that might well prove in this city November 9 to 13 and alfatal to the equilibrium of many a ready residents hero are arranging mltid that in regular routine would for one of the largest crowds in tho show no weakness. To be mentally history of this city. Arrangements OVER 05 YCARS' Buckbee' "Pull ol Life" Northern Grot experience: Pedigreed Seed liae a reputation of lyedrsat sound In such conditions Is of more are being made to entertain between luccesslul eed grow ins; "behind them. It pay to importance than to pass tho eyesight 300 and 500 messengers. ftlant the be:, tost, or to bo typhoid proof. beasonable Specialties: Somo of the most distinguished Iu tho light of modern psychiatry preachers in the entire State are on Earliest Red Va!eutln, f 50 Bushel . IJ.J5 Bushel Ktiijr lciuxce-l'.s- il It is rumored that one great battle tho program, which has now been New Stringiest Gietn PoJ 13.70 Bushel Imp. Klituey Wax 14.50 Uu$hei Ward well's has been lost by a general who was practically completed. Tho introducDavis New Wh(e wax . '. 14.75 Uustiel Trade Marks In the early stage of paresis, and tory sermon will be delivered by the 14 50 Bushel Currie's Rust rroof Wax. DESIGNS on hanJ lirri numb-- " '. 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Without previous experience YOU can duplicate tho success of others. catalog Our handsomely illustrated will enable you to present the subject to cus manner as inougn tomers in as interesting you were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed as salesmen receive advice and. Instructions for selling sates, clvlnir w Doint.., for eoiivliicliiir tHlklinr .. which It lutDOSSlble. ..... a DrosDectlva customer . to denr. .." r . ::- - Mj:;y ; : r: your vicimur.pejore someone else gets r. .terntor, aon't ,TUV DSjlueursi to uppiyirouj "of ine We can favpr only oue salesman. out each lUti." I ' sir ffff ftiTT ya fn nil ' Tbo 23th anniversary of at company wa 'Celebrated by erecting the most modern aavfe factory in the world. 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BUCKBEE doubtless dozens of men who have met the fate of deserters had their doom written in their brains. Although the mental effects of war strain have not been studied, our War Department has been carrying on, under the Surgeon-General- 's advice, a very Interesting Inquiry concerning the mental status of the Rov. W. M. Wood, of Mayfleld. Ky. All of tho ladles' meeting during the convention will bo held at the Metho dist church. Besides the messengers and ministers In Kentucky who will be here, a number of divines from other States are to be the guests of the assoctatlou and are slated for addresses. ll.MWpMU...4Hkia(4' If. UUttlwU ..lUal.. I ,! PHM rwipM WI...SOT Wit. M.I.H.IH HVIMUI I M HH W MH ll.lllllMlliltW..M,fM..ww. 1 uniMHIWUfcH tHtwawaiil WuUW J tiif i.ii . win , yw Hwtlpj,Hl,Jtv.M". , j i.wi-li.-yi- Frl 9T .t1 I P 4mrnnmw IWSWH,.1 XUBVkMMMH.tiiH.. IVn, HtIND 38 CfcJIN'ri P0r I J. WWp"J asSeUOlU), tottrt.4' OX.J luluahlu Information on nit lioiuu ami manors. Onlf too a year Inrludiim n frco pntteru, Eul-utiLk today ur soud fur free saiuplo copy. McCdl P.tUrnsn lit enable roil to inakn III rour onu home, ulitivjifron'iihuujs cluibiuzrur youtsolf ami ilildrru v.'hkh mil loioifcct In stylo and fit, rrVn-vupn- o hither Ihau lb cunts geud for froo I'atturu ('atalouo, ( W WO! Cit Yn Fim Pr.snts ti)t ireltlng iii1 acrlptions anions yourfrlonds. tsmid rorlretf 1'rciulum l'aialsue and Cash I'rlio Oflcr. ua w. J7 St. mi roac im HcCau CMtmr. U Kciv 1'ashinn Designs) In cull l&uu. AUo a A Happy Home (Read What Peruna Did) LATEST WAR NEWS Momlnj . The Germans continue violent attacks along the North Sea coast, and subjected Nleuwpoort to heavy bombardment, but made little progress, as they were fnced with the strongest The French report states j resistance. that all the front from La Ilassco to tho Somme was equally tho object of 'violent attacks, all of which were rc-- I pulsed. The German headquarters re port says their attacks nrnund Nleuw noort weie obstinately defended, but 'claims to have driven back the Brit- ' Ish fleet nnd to have hit three ships, Great Hrltaln ed to the In transport animals, which, it nro destined is said, for tho Egyptian fron- tier. Wednesday. Tho battlo on tho Yser Canal is proceeding stubbornly and the Germans have made a slight ndvancc, according to a Berlin official report. No Important events nre reported from tho other western battlo front. 'in the East tho Germans claim to have repulsed the Russians In at- made progress nt Augustowo. Thcro Is nothing to report but some progress south of Dixniudc. snys the olllclal French report of Inst QUALITY GOODS ON WILLSQN (Continued From First Page.) Mrs. James F. Summit!, No. 1004 East Eighth St., Muscatine, Iowa, "My health was so miserable for years that I was practically an Invalid. We hail no family, owing to bit III health. I was Induced to give re nui a a trial, and found very quickly that It was hclplns me. writes: ,kW AT REASONABLE PRICES The Governor, the direct consequence of my Imxorable Ignorance" had he desired Information, could proved health. He Is our first and only child, lmvc called in the Secretary of State, cured me of and If Peruna wehad not my ailments should who, Dy virtue 01 nis oince, is uanh. never have had him I hope every lnno-'GeIs at tho head of the suffering woman wilt jrfve Peruna a supervisor, and '"""" to I State banking Institutions under the, "'St" who object ?7e:.la u Id mad!. , o Thota QUALITY IS THE THING YOU WILL KNOW IS pro&ent laws, and therefore has on efnei oan now proeura Peruna Tab-le- t. file all of the records showing the HIGH WHEN YOU BUY YOUR DRESS GOODS AND picsent condition of tho State banking Institutions. Instead, however, examiners bill to become a law, es MATERIALS FROM US. OUR SHADES ARE CORlie ta:es the advice of Mr. Sullivan, peclally after having made what we whom he advertises as the president hope Is a RECT. OUR TRIMMINGS MATCH. THE LEADING sincere and honest fight of nn important bank. against odds to put these great State We submit that there are probabLOOMS OF THE WORLD HAUE CONTRIBUTED TO institutions under a conservative sysly scores of bank presidents in Kentem of laws, and after a Democratic OUR STOCK. tucky who, like Mr. Sullivan, are legislature had passed almost unanitiominally at the head of an Institumously Senate bill 197, which in adIF IN DOUBT ABOUT WHAT TO BUY. COME tion and yet have but little knowledge dition to our present baking laws net, 700 being buried in one village and Indications point to u hard win. of banking laws and banking condiTO US AND WE SHALL GLADLY HELP YOU SEwould have put Kentucky on a par many prisoners taken. The stub ter. It appears now that not only tions. Mr. Sullivan gives his time In the banking world with any other and born resistance of the Austrians In Belgium will suffer, but Holland as to law and politics and is not known State in the Union, and just as it LECT. IT IS A PLEASURE TO US TO SHOW OUR well, who is draining her resources Gallcla Is weakening, says the in .the business world at all as a begun to look like we were going to to care for the stricken refugees. A GOODS AND WE NEVER URGE YOU TO BUY. WE !annr. On the other hand the see our administration a success and plan was discussed at the State Dehad the opportunity "to talk" on the eve of our rejoicing over a LEAVE THAT TO OUR GOODS AND PRICES. Avlona, Albania, has been occupied partment at Washington, looking to and did "talk to" bank presidents consumation of our ideals and then by Italian naval forces. Italy states the shipment of a boat load of flour and bank men who mako banking to have a Governor of the same poBelgium from America, the shiptheir business, who advised him to litical faith to officially stab us in the purpose of the occupation Is to into ment to be made up from donations an auaonomous Albania. insure sign the bill, but he saw fit to join by American millers. tho back, without even giving us an hands with Mr. Sullivan and thereby opportunity to so much as say our Rome receiving a dispatch from the two together hand In hand head prayers before he wielded the dagThursday. the procession of the $otarle-- who ger In the dark but where Ignor- Berlin announcing that Maj. Gen. von Falfcenhnyn, the German MinThe limit of human endurance liavo for years fought any kind of ance is egotism is supreme bliss banking supervision. It Is humil- It Is folly toand ister of War, has been named to suc- having been reached In West Flandbe wise. Sec. 11 of ceed Gen. von Moltke, Chief of staff, ers, the fighting has come to a stop. iating to the progressive bankers of INCORPORATED, Senate bill 199 provides that: who Is HI. The Germans have landed It is stated that the Germans are this State who have been fighting so "Any bank or association within planning to renew the attack in an howitzers in Bruges. "hard to get an Improvement of the the meaning of this act being admineffort to force their way to Dunkirk. present 'banking laws of Kentucky, istered by receiver or assignee, shall The French Embassy In Washington whereoy Kentucky banks would be Tuesday. be subjected to the same examination put upon the plane with like instiIt appears from the official reports claims on the authority of official as solvent banks." that the Allies have tutions of the other great States of Issued from German and French dispatches Since the Induction of the present tho Union, to see the Governor come headquarters that the Germans, flnd-iu- g checked the Germans at all points. American Goods First. qualities required for tho wellbeluK along and with one fell sweep, In or- Secretary of State into office there It Impossible to advance along The armies of the Duke of Wurttem-ber- g The campaign which has been of man. und the Crown Prince of Bader to get revenge upon the hostile have been some of the most terrific the coast to Dunkirk, took a route There is a tremendous apple crop. legislature, wise have been preserv- bank failures, In the history of inland and succeeded in crossing the varia lost l.COO men on a front op- started in behalf of American made where millions of dollars of goods is one which deserves to be The man who grows apples alone ed. BJt let us not be faint of heart Yser Ypres Canal, which had been posed by one English brigade. taken up with vigor and pushed from (unwise Is he that depends upon any nor grieve over this failure, but dou people's savings of a lifetime were stubbornly defended for a week. Of ble our ambitions and fight with re' systematically filched from these In- the battles in the center and on the The German official report says one end of the country to the other. one thing) is in utmost as bad n ncwed energy to elect a Legislature I "tltutlons and as it was believed for left wing the German report docs not that sixteen British warships joined It Is nothing new which is being way as the distressed cotton grower. Apples are so cheap that they are who will again pass a good law like months and subsequent facts show, speak, but the French declare they In an attack on their left wing, but urged for the interest of the country, tiluia one, and at the same time elect that these institutions did illegal are maintaining their position in the that the bombardment was without but It is getting a new impetus be- within the purchasing power of evcause of outside events. Develop- ery one. a Governor who, of whatever politi- banking for years, and who will de- Argonne and on the heights of the success. While a man cannot live on apple cal faith ho may be, will be in sym- ny that any sort of examination Meuse. An entire German regiment, ment of American industries Is what pathy of the real wants and needs of would have disclosed their stealings. it is reported, was annihilated in the Prince Maurice of Brattenberg, a has been urged by the Republican alone, he can live on apples and po In great "common people" of this The writer himself had klnspeople latter region. cousin of King George, has been principle of a Protectivo Tariff for tatoes combined. and other warm personal friends who The apple supplies bulk food. Benoble Commonwealth. killed on the battlefield in France. decades, but a new realization of Us cause a large amount of water Is In The Governor's veiled attack upon .were thrown into the shadow of the In Poland a very heavy battle is The British army on rolls and drill- value is made possible by the situathe eminent men who have preceded county poor house without warning. now in progress between the fortress- ing amounts to 1,500,000 men. Of tion in which this country finds it- the apple it does not build up much him in the Governor's chair in that Naturally we then have a deep and es of Ivangorod and Radom, where this total 800,000 belong to what is self through dependence upon for- strength, bu,t yet the apple Juice eign industry, to the neglect of our is nourishing and stimulating. he insinuates that through a lack of determined interest in preventing the Germans and Austrians, who termed Kitchener's army. All of us eat too much. own. ttourage so flat that it needs no on-:s- such recurrences in the future. Two were defeated in their first attempt If wo In this connection it is interesting would eat more bulk and less highfrom me, while his continual years have passed since the Owens-bor- o to cross the Vistula before the formIn the battle south of the PUitza institutions went into the hands ly condensed things, like meat and indictment of the legislative branch er city, have made a stand agaipst River, which has been in progress to note that during the year ending of tng government has become so of a receiver and we still hear the the Russians, who havo followed in four days, Russian troops have in- with July the merchandise imported eggs, we would feel Just as well and Into this country reached the large get along just as well. common in bis veto messages that wall and the cry of the unfortunate the hope of destroying them. Both flicted a severe defeat upon the The apple, then, gives a certain total of 11,915,000,000, the greatest moaning tvb could say would change who hare hoped and prayed that sides have, according to their own forces, according to an In the country's history, and during 'Quantity of good strength ;iuiWic opinion. Admitting that the there might be a few dollars Bayed reports, made prisoners Petro-grabut a official communication from and captured legislature did wrong the Governor from these awful financial wrecks, guns, but the battle, which extends Fighting in Gallcla resulted in that same period our trade balance greater quantity of filling strength. The potato crop U unusually large. cannot clear his skirts by a prosti- but up to the present practically no oyer a front of twenty-si- x miles, has Russians taking ten officers and 500 showed a drop of $250,000,000. tution of his powers in an attempt tidings and no money. yet been decided. The Austrians men, the report says, while In East These 12 months It will be remem Potatoes are extraordinarily cheap. not Under section 11 of this bill the to retaliate. are still making a bold etfort to cross Prussia the Russian positions were bered represent conditions under A man can work, fight, preach, teach Secretary of State could, twice a the River San and are carrying on a severely bombarded. The Berlin re- Democratic control and to a largo or loaf on a diet of potatoes. Tho Ope of the lamentable things of degree tho figures resulted from the potato contains about evry eleraeul ' 'thjt Governor's" administration Is year, at least, examine the accounts splendid fight south of Przemysl in port admits that the Austro-Gcrma- n his failure to meet and advise and of tho receiver of such defunct Insti- the hope of reaching and recapturing forces wero forced to withdraw In operations of tho Democratic Tariff required for muscle and bone. Tho bill. The longer It la In force the potato also properly cooked Is easily become acquainted with the members tutions and see whether the law was Lemberg. Poland, more startling becomo the disclos- digested. of tho General Assembly, whereby being compiled with, but, under the Buy potatoes and buy apples. Eat .matters of huch vital importance present law the Secretary of State's It is reported that Germany has ures. Germany's right to land troops In Even though the war had not oc- lots of potatoes and eat lots of apTnuld have been discussed and a duties ceased with the appointment Canada, If possble, and thus secure invaded Angola, one of Portugal's reat calamity like the loss of the of a receiver and yt how sad to think a foothold on the American conti- African possessions. Portugal, if the curred to emphasize the need of this ples and you will help yourself and 1) -- jit examiners' bill, as well as oth-i- r that th Governor of a great common nent, was upheld by Count von Bern-storif- f, report of tho invasion is correct, is country looking out for Itself, tho you will also be helping the potato were sufficient to und apple grower. important measures might have wealth could see his way clear to German Ambassador at Wash the ninth nation to be drawn into trade conditions We read in the dally make liable similar clashes in the ington. It Is officially reported that the war. Gen. Botha defeated the call attention to tho surprising sitlieen averted. ThunWsKliing. .press vhere the man holding the financial world by means of the veto it was the German submarine U-- 9 South African rebels under Gen. uation. The war, has, however, servI cannot sing Thee hymns of praiso high r.ad exalted position of Pres- ax wielded, as he practically admits, which sank the British Beyers and took eighty of them ed to show the importance of Amer- For teeming cruiser fields and granaries; ident of tho United States calls the because of technicalities, any of Hawke. The German olllclal report prisoners, according to an official re- ican products and manufactures and the likewise valuable principle which The thankful song that fills my heart of both parties of Congress which could have been remedied at claims that after twelve weeks tho port received In London. leaders means their encouragement. "Made Is not for one day sent apart, into bis consultation room, seeks a future session of the legislature by Germans havo Btenimd the envelopBut fills my little cot with cheer Tuke - Notice, In America" should get proper recogamendment to the law. Let us hope ing campaign of tho Allies. The totheir advice and tenders his own. Where sweet content dwells all tho - nition. Norwich (Conn.) Bulletin. ltouurd A liberal reward isofferofteu- - that the soverlgn people of this corn Twice n week, and often-tlme- s tal number of prisoners of war in year. monwealth may elect to this high ed by an invalid for the restoration er, he calls about him his cabinet , German camps, it is announced, inHEAL ESTATE FOU SALE. other members of his admlnls- - "lea a man who Is in sympathy with clude 5,401 officers and 291,468 men. of a policy which he lapsed while in mile from Hartford. I do not crave wider field good health. Address "Shortsighted," 133 3 acres of his people and one tratlon), and together they advise the pulso-be100 acres 3 miles from Hartford. Beyond my walls' protecting shield, and conjlt over great questions of J who will acknowledge the dlgulty of General Sir Charles Wittlngham No. 13 Short Street. Lot not ambition spur my soul Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, his high position by his acts and 'not Horsley Douglas, chief of tho British 75 ucres 3 miles from Hartford. To Kovernment. How wonderfully dlf- distant search for doubtful goal; might be things in Kentucky . by his words. To tho four windi with Imperial General Statf and first mili- State Mutual Life, of Worcester, 125 iercnt acres 3 miles from Hartford. No journey mine, o'er land and sea j the hypocritical cry of dignity! Who tary member of the Army Council, Mass. 13tf had she a Chief Magistrate All Rough river bottom land in For here Is all the world to mel who could bend his dignity and come 3 'he Governor of tho Common-dow- n died yesterday. The British embassy A TEXAS WONDER. district. Please the from his exalted position and wealth of a great state but the Issued an order reserving full liberty 'vant of its people that his whims and In the mater of detaining Austrian The Texas Wondor cures kidney an write us it you want to sell or buy Here is my tiny garden plot and coiihult with his The restless world is well forgot; bladder troubles, dissolves grave, land. officials, as well as the members ofifancles should be listened to rather and German reservists on their way cures My creed is simple, my lovo Is great, dltbetcs, weak tnd lame backs, fOLBROOK & PARKS, Agts., - than the cry and the need of the i he Bencte and House of Represento Europe. I thank Thee for so dear a fate, rheumatism, and all irregularities ol 9tf Hartford, Ky. Humiliating as it is to the tressed and unfortunate, A good man's love, a small tho kidneys and bladder in both men child's ttj bring these facts , Wo Indict the Governor here with writer to have Kut Potatoes and Apple. Turkey, which It was believed at and women. Regulates bladder trouneed to public notice, yet wo feel it our having at least violated the spirit, one time had decided to throw in her bles In children .It not sold by your tke-- naa who wants to Ah, this Is opulence Let not Indeed l duty that the public should be ad- - If not the letter, of hia oath of office lot with Germany, has again assured druggist, will send by mall on re- keep 8trongand hsaltar bo worried Woman's World. viced of these matters just as they in that he has allowed hU Jealousy the Ambassadors of Great Britain, ceipt of $1.00. Ono small bottle Is because of, me Mfk. cost ot provisland prejudice to govern nlm la the France and Russia that she intends two months' treatment, and seldom ions. TjfcreJsr tv articles of food It 13 ineedless for us to admit that prostitution of the veto power. to maintain her policy of neutrality. falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes extraorjTOariiy fthe this year. FOR FLETCHER'S we are chagrined and somewhat dis ConlWaed, they hare' all of the I Turkey, however, continues her mil- timonials from this and other Btates. , couraged at the failure of the bank itary activities and is collecting Dr. E. w. Hall, 2926 Olive Streot, St. nourishing-- tonic ana- stimulating Secy, of State." I ' Gov-t-rnor Bullitt, E. J. McDcrmott, T. J. Nunn, present Chief Justice of the Court of am .Appeals; John D, Carroll, Judge of now we" the Court of Appeals, and I. P. John-- 1 Wr Oenernl of Kentucky, ' tton, Adjutant tind many others we might mention. Happy. These men saw fit to mako the Sec- rctnry of State's office one of digniWe have ty, nod we deny emphatically that the AUL tloternor's statement that "The Secretary of State Is generally appoint- Boy I'd toy the Governor In other States." In practically every State In the Union If not nil of them, It Is an elective office, and In most of them ranks 7icst to that of tho Chief Executive, nnri lie Is at the head of the corporation department In nearly every "I am now well and happy. $tnto but why the Governor's Ine- ' have a baby boy, which we believeWo Is HKilife THm ; jAW iWH. k. RRRRWi I I j night. Mcut. Gen. Sir William Edmund i two notes present- rd , the State department defined ' Franklyn, who commanded Division of Kitchener's new her attitude toward commerce tween neutral countries. Cotton is not army, died sudculy yesterday. The considered even conditional contra- freighter, struck a mine esterday band nnd will be exempt from seizure, with the loss of thirteen lives. Tho whether shipped to neutral or bellig- latest casualty list shows the loss erent countries. As to oil and other of sixteen olllcers killed, thlrty-Nmissing. conditional contraband, tho American wounded and twenty-thre- e doctrine of continuous voyage or "ultimate destination" will be followed, A new rebellion In South Africa, It Is stated. The "Rockefeller" and headed by Gen. Christian do Wot and n other oil ships were declared Christian Frederick lleyers. has cent and released. A casualty list re- - broken out lnteh Orange Free State ports fifteen olllcers killed, fitty-twand Western Transvaal wounded and seventeen missing. The Manuel, former King of Portugal, steamer Admiral Gantcaume was not having been accepted as a volunsunk by a mine In Boulogne harbor teer by England, bus offered his servand twenty to thirty persons were ices to Portugal In the event of that drowned. country's engaging in war. Arrangements hnvc been completThe Russian official statement says ed for tho prompt distribution of that the combats on the Pctrokoff promised food supplies from London and Radotu roads arc assuming the among the destitute Rclgian refugees character of a great battle, and that in Holland. The supplies situation the Germans were attacked by bayo- throughout Belgium continues acute, e CARSON 6a CO. Hartford, Kentucky. y, d. iO of-(t- ho J at to-da- levee-protect- I ser-advl- sc co-sta- te dls-tatlv- Children Cry CASTORIA