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Kcrrtfiti IkjtttMiam DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No, 10 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1916. the launch as his boat was crushA STUDY i?J VALUES. Miss Dellnsky, who Is to enter college this fall, has been swimming for about four years, and last summer swam from the Dattcry eight miles down Uio Narrows with her hands and feet tied. 2i,f!00 PEOPLE MAKE FRIENDS WITH REPUBLICAN" XOMIXHH AT LEXIXGTOX. BAKERS AND MAY BOOST BREAD PRICE orgaxize Sept. 5. Through Hickman, tho efforts of Percy Jones, of this DIFFERENT city, an association of Western KenFIND HIM tucky and Tennesseo bakers was organized at Martin, Tenn. Tho organization Is composed of representaMuny Who Had Wrong Impression tives from Martin nnd Dyersburg, Meet Rig, Genial American With Tenn., and Hickman, Mayfleld and ( Pleasing Smile. Fulton, Ky. Tho high cost of flour and other Ingredients of bread will be considered In relation to the size Sept. G. More of n loaf of bread. Lexington, Ky visited than 20,000 Kentucklans y Lexington to meet, greet nnd nppraiso Charles Evans Hughes, Re- HARTFORD CITIZENS publican nomlnco for President, who opened the Stato campaign at tho LOCKED IN MEMORIAL Woodlawn Park Auditorium here this K, Introduced In the House Thursday by Representative Tavenner of Illi- II. S. ALAKMED BY nois, a member of tho House Committee on Printing. a Tavonner's measure provides plant with a capacity of fifty tons of paper a day and It is to bo located so that the timber on public lands ULTIMATUM TO CHINA MIGHT can bo utilized In Its operation. INVOLVE AMERICAN INTERThe measure carries an appropriaESTS BELIEF. detion of $1,000,000. Tavenner clared he will push his bill to a vote before adjournment at this session If possible. WATCH DEVELOPMENTS 'S i. to-da- afternoon. Tonight they are returning to their homes, delighted and enthusiastic, FORCED TO REMAIN IX BUILDING AT carrying with them a vivid ImpresAmersion of a vigorous, ican citizen, equal In every respect to the great task nf leadership for which be has been chosen by his IMHSOXEBS HODGEX- f -,.- VIIiliE FOB OVEB HOUR. ,-H Kirby in New York World. party. Gov. Hughes made u tremendous Impression upon the assembled host of Republicans, many of whom had been led by a hostile press to expect nn nustero, aloof personality. they found a big, genial, thoro-l- y human American whose smile commands Instant liking, even as his character and attainments compel Instant respect. They liked the firm handclasp with which ho greeted them, they liked the smile which accompaniud it, they liked his speoctvand thoy liked, best of all, the earnest vigor with which liu set forth his principles. And Gov. Hughes returned the liking in equal measure, as ho revealed by words and maimer during his entire stay in tho city. In a word, Kentucky and tho Republican nominee becamo fast friends In Lexington todny. Refer to Railroad Bill. The most striking fcaturo of Gov. Hughes' address this afternoon was nn extended comment upon labor problems, which was taken by his audience as an allusion to the manner In which tho recent threatened The railroad strike was adjusted. Republican nominee condemned forced "legislative action In advance of alluding as many Investigation," thought to tho passage of tho Adam-so- n bill. "We havo a new spirit abroad in these recent days In America," Mr. Hughes declared. "It Is the spirit that demands legislation In advance It Is tho spirit that of Investigation. demands executlvo action and congressional action In advance of an examination of tho facts upon which said action should be based. It Is the spirit which says, 'Legislate now, and tnvcstlgato afterwards.' "It Is the spirit of force. It Is not From tho bottom of ny American. woul, I deslro fair dealing In this country between man and man. Thero Is no oni) more anxious than I that thero shall bo equity In connection with all our relations. I want to seo our human resources conserved I by wise and Intelligent action. want to seo ovory particle of class antagonism vanish In tho prcsonco of the application of just principles. I want to seo our men knit together I want laIn a common fellowship. bor to havo safe moans pf work, sanitary conditions of work, wholosomo opportunities for recreation, reasonable hours for work, fair wagos and provision for old ago. I want what Is reasonable for labor." SWIMS NOKTII RIVER UNDER IIKAVV WEIGHT York, Sopt. 3. With ho.r brother, weighing 205 pounds, tied on her back, so that ho could hardly movo, Miss Ida Dellnsky, 17 years old, of Now London, Conn., swam threo miles down tho North River and was prevented from finishing her swim to the Battery only by an accident to a rowboat and launch that wore accompanying her. Tho strong tldo drove the launch against a bargo near the foot of Houston street. Tho rowboat In turn was driven against the launch and car rled under It and the barge. F. J. Scully, who was Its only occupant, managed to scramble out on board Now Hodgenvllle, Sept. 4. President Wilson came to Kentucky v today to pay homage to the memory of Abraham Lincoln. Tho president accepted for the federal government the log cabin In which Lincoln was bom, in a speech devoted to an eulogy of a' threatened railroad strike, until or- the civil war president. Standing upon, a temporary platdered to do so by the United States form at the foot of the hill upon the Supreme Court. President Ripley declared that the top of which was the magnificent housing eight-holaw was noth granite memorial building ing more than an advance of 20 to tho Lincoln cabin, he said: "We are not worthy to stand hero 25 per cent In wages to the men who receive the most money In the rail- unless we ourselves be indeed, and . way service. Mr. Ripley's statement in truth, real Democrats and serv- ! ants to mankind, ready to give our SUGGESTS POOL follows: ' very lives for freedom, justice, ana UlpIojS Statement. Railroad Man Sajs $107,000,000 Will "Congress, hastily acting under a the spiritual exaltation of the great Bo Added to Freight. threat of four leaders of labor organ- - nation which shelters and nurtures lzatlons, which Is nothing more nor us." character of the New York, Sept. 3. B. F. Yoa- less than an advance of 20 to 25 per i Tho by tho kum, forinor president and chairman cent In tho wages of the best paid ' problem was emphasized of tho Board of Directors of tho St. men in railway service. It Is only mention of the name of Charles E. Louis nnd San Francisco Railroad, fair to tho public and to our employes Hughes, the Republican nominee, by has written a letter to President Wil- to say that tho Atchison, Topeka & one of the speakers in giving mo nsi son nsscrtlng that $1G7,000.000 will Santa Fe Railway Company does not of directors of the Lincoln Farm bo added to tho freight bills of farm to comply with the law until soclatlon. Ijuge Croud Greets President. and mining products, lumber and ordered to do so by the court of last What was said to be one of the manufactured goods If tho .eigUt- - resort." . largest crowds ever gathered In this ,4 hour day with ten hours pay demand part of Kentucky came to tho Lin- ed by the four brotherhoods Is grant- NEGLECTED RAIL MEN PLAN LAW coin farm oil spoclnl (rains, in au- FIG11T ON ed. Quoting a recent report of tho Intomoblles, accompanied by a troop of of Louisville mounted police. While Chicago, Bopt. G. Employes terstate Commerce Commission, Yoacents of each tho railroads other than the members on the way the president stopped kum contends that 60 dollar earned by the railroads comes of tho four broth'orhoods are to and lnld a wreath at tho foot of tho from freight, and that four commo- make a determined fight upon the statute of Lincoln. law, according At tho farm ho walked up tho dities pay 57 cents of this amount. Adamson eight-hou- r Ho says stockholders, bondholders to Robert T. Frazler, an employe of long flight of broad granite stalr3 & St. lined Chattanooga of cheering with thousunds and others also deserve consldern- - tho Nashville, Hrm nvifl Riipiroata na n mnnna nf Louis railroad, Ho peoplo memorial hero to the Lincoln When Insldo averting future friction between tho claimed to hav secured many sign- - building at the top. railroads and their employes, that ors to a petition to Congress protest- - ho examined silently the ono room cabin mado of rough logs and mud, all concerned pool their Interests and Ing against the" taw. go "fifty fifty" on tho earnings. Mr. Frazler will leavo for Pitts- - and then wrote his namo on tho burg today, and following n visit to register. HIPPOLITO VILLA, BROTHER Philadelphia and Now York will go Former Governor Tolk, of Ml3- OF FRANCISCO, IS ARRESTED to Washington to present his peti- sourl, and presldont of tho Lincoln tion to Congress. He ctylms the new Farm association presided over tho r, El Paso, Tex., Sopt. 3. Hlppollto law only affects 400,000 men and Ig- formal ceremonies. Robert J. Villa, brother of Francisco Villa, was nores 1,500,000 other railroad emtho assocla- vice president of nrri'Rtixl toduv at tho ranch of Geo mo ployes. tlon gave the deed of gifts to SecreHolmes, near Ysleta, by p squad of j tary Baker representing tho war, do- 'Dartment. United States soldiers and Is being $1,000,000 A WEEK PROFIT Senator Williams, of TTa n ..IvAll Tllloa ilntnltinil nt AT FORD AUTO PLANT M,S3ls3,ppli nnd Gont j0liu B. Cas-- J here four days ago from Havana and tieman, oi uouisvuie, aiso ueuverou Figures mndo public at tho plant addresses, has been hiding at a ranch. Papers found on Hlppollto Villa of tho Ford Motor Company at De- disclosed the fact that ho has been trolt, Mich., show that tho profits RILL PROVIDES FOR U. 8. PAPER AND PULP MILL In communication with his brother, of the company wero running moro , who is leading 1,000 men north- than $1,000,000 a weok. The com- Sept. 3. Govern-prof- tt Washington, ward from Santa Ysabel, Chihua- pany has 37,000 of Us employes on a sharing basis of $5 a day or ment ownership and oporatlon of a hua. It is believed that he came here from Havana to finance his more. The cash balance In banks pulp and paper mill to provide the brother in bis campaign of guerilla has grown from $6,000,000 to $52,- - Government Printing Office "with a I 000,000 in four years. supply of paper is provided in a bill warfare. Topeka, Kan., Sept. G. E. R. Ripley, president of tho Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railway, declared in that tho a formal statement Santa Fe doos not intend, to comply Law, with the Adamson Eight-Horecently enacted by Congress to avert ht ur ur al ' to-da- y. ' Co'l-llcj II. P. Taylor and W. S. Tlnsley, who went to Hodgenvillo as members of tho general committee from Ohio county to escort tho President to the Lincoln farm, had a unique experience Monday which they say was for a time more vexing than amusing. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and Mr. Tins-le- y entered the memorial building, In which only members of the presidential party and committeemen were" allowed at the time. They Inspected the building and after the President and his party had registered and passed out they also registered their names and prepared to depart for tho speaking. In the meantime the custodian of the hall had, In his excitement, closed and locked the doors and to their great surprise the party found themselves "locked up" for tho first time. Wilson, of Louisville, G. Earl were and a man from Shelbyvllle fellow prisoners and tho party set about making plans for their escape. that The building Is so constructed no one on the outside could be made understand and their pleas for assistance were at first In vain. After an hour and a half of futile attempts to bring about their release, however, a friend on tho outside, realized the trouble and Louisville police set tho party at liberty, much, be It verily said, tolholr delight. WILL NOT ACCEPT EIGHT-HOU- R LINCOLN FARM IS LAW CAR- SU-- ACCEPTED BY 0. S. - SAXTA FE RAILROAD WILL CASK BY TO THE PREME COURT. PRESIDENT WILSON AND SECRETARV BAKER ACT FOR FED- ERAXi GOVERNMENT. STATEMENT TO PUBLIC LARGE CROWD PRESENT Thousands Attend Formal Ceremon les at HodgenviUe Gov. Folk President Ripley Says Congress Acted IListllj Will Stand For Raise Only. 'Presides. r.t Milltln Fired Upon. Mercedes, Tex., Sept. 3. Four shots were flred Into the camp of A Clash Between Oriental Troops At Chciigcblatun May Lend To Company, First Minnesota Regiment, Serious. Trouble. stationed at tho Mercedes pumping station, from tho Mexican side of the Rio Grando at 10:30 o'clock last night, which resulted In a general Washington, Sept. 4. Secret deexchange. mands, In addition to those published today In dispatches from Peking, are being pressed on China by Japan MANY HORSES COMING as a result of tho recent clash of Chinese and Japanese troops at TO THE HARTFORD FAIR Chengchlatun. It became known hero tonight U'ftt the situation la much more perlous than has been In- -? -! f idlQftfed, confidents reports saying EXPECT MORE ANIMALS FOR INthe unpublished demands threaten HIBITS THIS YEAR THAN tho authority of China over tho FOR MANY SEASONS. whole of Inner Mongolia. Officials hero view the development with real anxiety, earing another If what fair horso owners say can crisis which might inbo relied on there will be more volve tho Intere'sts of the United horses here for the Ohio County Fair States. The Chengchlatun Incident, this year than for many seasons past. trivial in itself, but coming on top A well known Kentucky horse man of the strained relations ever slnco stated a few days ago that he Japan took over Klaochow from doubted" there being enough stalls Germany, has been closely watched to accommodate horse owners wno since Japan hastened to send 2,000 Intended bringing their string here soldiers to the disturbed district and September 21. The fair company the cabinet announced that a satisImmediately announced that if such factory outcome depended on Chiwere the case arrangements would na. Reports from Peking show be made up town. Should there then alarm here. The prompt and unanbe a shortage of stable room tents imous acceptance of. the new Cabinet will be pitched in which to shelter anounced today Is believed to havo the animals. been a result of tho seriousness of Much Interest Is being taken In tho the Japanese and financial problems. racing speed rings this year and the Japan's Demands. promises to be good. The company Japan's demands, as published.call Is Improving tho speedy track from for dismissal of Chinese officers In time to time and expects to have It command of the troops at the sceno in the best of condition when the of thq trouble, withdrawal of tho gong taps on opening day. Ohio Chinese garrison, Indemnification of county fair goers like a good race, the families of the Japanese killed, and If tho patronage Justifies It this and extension of Japanese police year the fair company expects to in- rights to inner Mongolia. Actual crease tho speed ring purses for their accounts of the dispute vary. next annual meet. The Chinese claim It arose when Japaneso soldiers atacked the ChiUNIQUE DUEL nese garrison at Chengchlatun and seized both the local Magistrate and Shetland Pony Is Victor Over St. a Japanese merchant who had refusBernard Dog. ed to obey Instructions issued by tho Chinese because bandits were operat batSept. 3. Beaver Falls, Pa., ing In the city. The Japanese contle between a Shetland pony hitched mer big St. Bernard dog tend the Chinese arrested the to a cart and a chant Illegally and flred on a smalt fought on one of the principal streets body of Japanese troops sent to Inhore Thursday ended fatally for the vestigate. About fifty Chinese and dog. splendid spe- seventeen Japanese were killed. The St. Bernard, a The secret domands are believed cimen, dashed from the sidewalk and here to seek extension to Inner Monmado a lunge at the pony's nose. golia of rights which nlready havo Missing the pony the fraction of In leaped, but been won In South Manchuria, an Inch, the dog again both places China is forbidden under was ready for him. tho Shetland tho treaty of May 8, 1915, to raise a When the dog's body was close the foreign loan on local taxes without pony struck out with both forefeet, Japan's consent, and forced to condriving his hoofs Into the dog's side, Japan In case she can not raise hurling him several feet away. The sult pony, monoy herself for the railroads thero. big dog again leaped at the Beyond that, however, tho Japaneso but this time tho Shetland reared In South Manchuria havo unlimited high and camo down with both forerights of travel, residence, trade and"" feet, crushing the St. Bernard to tho leasing of land, together with tho PaZTog crawled away and with right of trial before a Japanese W criminal casoBwhoro scrambled to its feet and , defendant, the right of corner, u a Japanese started around a nearby -a had gono but a low feet wnen it pniinnsml and dlod within a few mines, and preference in case foreign advisors are sought In military, pominutes. litical, pollco or financial matters. -. . United States Awaits Reports. WO.MAN FILES ONE SUIT TO DIVORCE 2 HUSBANDS j Nouo Of the demands as published Infringes upon any right of the Unit- Chicago, Sept. 3. Mrs. Roao ed States, officials think, but a report filed a single bill 'on the secret negotiations will bo WllHams-Llnha- rt may dlvorco from two husbands In awaited with concorn as thoy for She .conflict with the open door policy and Thursday, the Circuit Court i,b was married on July 14. tho Integrity of China. Except for aiin 1009. In Green Bay, Wis., to F. J tho possibility of American interferpracWilliams when she was 15 year3 old, ence, it is pointed out, Japan marriage Illegal, tically has a freo hand In China, as and, thinking this powers aro too fulmarried Albert Llnhart of Chicago, all tho European ly occupied at homo to devote much September 4, 1916. She asks tho court to freo her from attention to tho Far East. The report of secret demands reSho charges Mn-ha- rt both marriages. called to diplomats the famous twen-ty-owith cruelty. demands mado upon China by . Japan on January 18, 1916, tho exisKilled PUyfiiK Wur. tence of which was denied for sovor-r- tl 3. Two Now York, Sept, weeks, A version containing all game of "trench warIn a fare" wore killed this afternoon when demands later was given out by tho the cave they had helped dig collaps- Japaneso Embassy in London, omited and burled theta under many tontf ting the vital group five. On April 25, a revised list was published, and of dirt. Nar-gl- a, on May 7, Japan sent a The dead bdys wore Raphael ultimatum which was acceded 13 years old', and Pasqual Nas-- t, to the next day. 12- China-Japanese fd "" .- ue y boys-playin- forty-eight-ho- T retraco his steps wlion Lincoln ed ont: "Jim, what do you want?" "Nothing." call- WARNS HUNTERS FIRES "Yes, you do; como hack." After sorno entreaty Jim approached Mr. Lincoln and romarked, with a twlnklo In his eyo, "Well, Abd I ISSUES see you havo heen making a speech V. S. WKKHT SERVICE STATEMENT AHIUNCJ THAT to some Sunday School children. CARE HE TAKEN. How about It?" "Sit down, Jim, and I'll tell you And with that Linall about It." coln put his feot on tho stove and be- FOREST DANGERS her society. You are stimulated, strengthened by an hour wth her. German Scientist Prove Value of Why? Decauio sho thinks right. You avoid You dlsllko that person. Nutritious Yeast. her. You aro weakened and renderSUHSTITUTE KOR HREAD. Berlin, Sopt. 2. German science has found menus which would mako a furthor reduction of tho bread rations possible, If this step should necessary. Prof. Dr. Max Schottollus of tho University of Freiburg, Baden, a famous chemist, reports today that tho discovery of nutritious yeast is of Incalculable value. Tho professor made extensive experiments on prisoners In the workhouse nt Freiburg, who volunteered for this purpose, and he states that the results wero highly gratifying. Ten of the prisoners, with their consent, wore given nutritious yeast during four weeks to ascertain how far their bread rations could eventually ho decreased without endangering tholr health and physical bc-co- ed despondent by a conversation with her. Why? Bccauso sho thinks wrong. Tho chief difference between people is not in tho color of their eyes, not In tho slant of their features, not In the vigor or weakness of their frames, but in tho way they Few havo tho habit of thinking their way through a question. They begin determinedly, even nolsly, but and rethey wander off Into turn to the main track In tho heavens, because they would oftenor than not, stray out of their orbits, Into tangents, nud disturb the poise of tho by-pat- New Price on Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0Ford Touring Car . $360.00 0 think. AND ACCIDENTS gan: "When Sunday morning came I didn't know exactly what to do. Mr. ItlaVo Olteti .Started Ily Sportsman's Washburno asked mo whero I was going. I told him I had nowhere Shoots Jlun l'or Carelessness to go, and ho proposed to take me Roar. down to the Five Points Sunday School to show mo somothlng worth aoninir- - I wns vnrv much Interested n 1!nin1inqlz- - I ...1.. T ...... U'nuhtn-jn- ti tt..,Mnnt1t. Mr Pnnan Cntlt 1 tug the destruction of property and camo up and spoke to Mr. Wash-huma- n mo. Mr. life caused by careless who Introduced ters, a warning Issued by tho Forest pCase wanted us to- speak. Wash-Servic- o urges all sportBinen on tho j,urne spoke, and then I was urged National Forests to uso tho greatest to speak. I told them I did not possible oaro to prevent forest fires know anything about talking to Sun- and to avoid such accidents as tho day schools, but Mr. I'easo said many one which caused the death of Forest of the children wero friendless and Itahgor Clark on the Cabinet Nation- - homeless and that a few words al Forest iu Montana last year. Mr. would do them good. Washburno Clark, it Is said, was mistaken for n said I must talk. And so I rose to bear by a careless hunter who fired know what to say. I remembered without walling to bo sure what he that Mr. Pease said they wero homewas shooting at. To show that such less and friendless, and I thought of tho j tlio time when I had been pinched by accidents are not uncommon, " warning .ijuuius uu tornuio poverty . . r xu survey ii.i i.. mm iiiwbcu icn 'And so I told them that I had Utoiogicai and 200 persons are annually killed been poor; that I remembered when in hunting accidents In this country my toes stuck out through my brokand that this number Is Increasing. en shoes in winter; when my arms Furthermore, it is stated, 15 per were out at tho elbows when I shivcent of nil tho forest fives in tho ered with the cold. And I told them National Forests aro caused by care- there was ono rule: that was, always less hunters and other campers. do tho very best you can. I told The Nntional Forests, it Is pointed thorn that I had always tried to do out, contain the best hunting grounds the very best I could, and that if The number of game they would follow that rule they In the country. animals is Increasing on account of would get along somehow. the protection from forest fires and "That was about what I said. And illegal killing which Is afforded by when I got through, Mr. Pease said Forest officers. jOn many of the it was Just the thing they needed. Forests, deer, el'k, mountain sheep And when the school was dismissed and other species are fairly plenti- all the teachers came up and shook ful, while small game is usually hands with me and thanked me, alabundant. Boar, mountain Hon and though I did not know that I had other predatory animals are found been .saying anything of any act- uut the next morning I saw on most of the Forests and the ing of those meat eaters is encourag- my remarks noticed In the papers.' Just .here Mr. Lincoln put his hand ed because they prey on domestic stock and tho herbinorou3 game an- in his pocket and remarked that he imals. had never heard anything that touchTho value of the Forests for hunt- ed him as had the songs that those ing grounds depends largely upon children sang. With that ho drew whether they arc protected from fire, forth a little book, saying that they Forest fires de- had given him one of tho books from says tho warning. range and breeding places which they sang. He began to read stroy the of .the game and often kill large num- a hymn with all the earnestness of bers of the animals themselves, while his great soul. In the middle of a great many more are driven out of the second verse his friend Jim felt a the country by tho flames. Further- choking in his throat and a tickling more streams flowing through burned-o- in his nose. At the beginning of the ver areas are subject to such ex- third verse he saw that tho stranger treme variations of flow and aro of- was weeping, and his own tears fell ten choked up with deposits of sedi- fast. Turning toward Lincoln, who ment that fish can not live in them. was reading straight on, he saw the great, blinding tears In his eyes, so Each year, It Is stated, sees an In the numbers of persons who that he could not possibly see the visit tho National Forests for hunting pages. He was repeating tho little Ev song from memory. How often he and other recreation purposes. Is mode to encourage tins . had read It, or how long Its sweet and ery effort np l.A PVirnfiln AlnllS sllOWlng i olnmla npnanta nnnHntinrl til rfiVPf rocroation resources havo been i,at0 through his soul, no ono can the issund and tho trails built by the know. Youths' Companion. rangers open up now country to visitors. Your Bowels Should Move Once a ' The best Indication of a man's fitDay. ness to bo In tho woods, the warning A free easy movement of tho bowpoints out, is the caro which he shows els every day is a sign of good health. in handling firearms and lire. None Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills will give tender- you a gentle laxative effect without But tho most Inexperienced foot will shoot without getting a griping and freo your system of plain vlow of his game, while tho blood polsons.purlfy your blood, overman who lets his campfiro escape or come constipation and havo an exwho carelessly drops a lighted match cellent tonic effect on tho ontlre sysor hot tobacco ashes betrays at onco tem. Makes you feel llko living. 3 his ignorance of tlto fundamental Only 25c at your druggists. Such men, princlpieu of woodcraft. gays tho warning, should keep out of FALL FASHION TO 11K the woods. 'SLIM SILHOUETTE' hun-Ji,urj strength. ..... kill-Jcou- Tho experiments were started with doses of 1.05 ounces of yeast each day. At the end of the first week the prisoners did not feel hungry, although they were receiving 25 per cent less bread than formerly. The doses gradually were Increased to 1.47, and finally to 3.5 ounces per lay. At the end of the month tho prisoners were thoroughly examined 'y a number of physicians. Five of the men wero .found to have gained Tioro than 10 pounds In weight and Tho two more than five pounds. three others showed a slight decrease In weight, hut their physical condition also was perfect and they seemed to bo moro active mentally than before the experiment. During the same period 10 other prisoners, who received the regular prison faro and the full bread rations, were also kept under observation. Their examination showed six of them lost weight, while two gained slightly. The experiments havo now been extended to the public kitchens In different cities and here tho same good results are observed. ' Nutritious yeast consists of dried yeast cells and Is a brownish powder resembling farina. It smells somewhat like caramel, but Is perfectly tasteless and cannot be noticed in the food prepared with It. air. neighboring planets. A woman sits down to hem a towel and sho generally hems until sho has finished. If sho dropped tho towel six or eight times to look out of the window, to run upstairs, to look In the mirror, or to read the morning newspapers, observers would sny she bo and 'would was scatter-braine- d right. But llko such towel hemming Is the too 90111111011 habit of thinking. The world would bo a far more habitable and comfortnblo place If we all cultivate tho habit of consecutive thinking. If our thoughts wero all consecutive as mounting a pair of stairs. We should discipline our power of thought. We should bridle and saddle It and guide it In the course wo wish to follow. We hear that tills man has turned right nbout faco and began n new manner of life. Wo hear that that woman has won to Impute this change of fortune to some change of circumstances nnd environment. It Is far more likely to have been the result of an hour of hard, close, determined thinking, and of arriving somowhere. Tho great epochs of our lives come from within, not without. First thought, then resolution, then action, then 'change. Learn' to think right. To think Don't let your right honestly. They will try Ho to you. thoughts it. To think right Is to think directly, straight as a crow flies or an arrow sings its way through the F. 0. B. Detroil. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. E. P. BARNES & BR0. i, Beaver Dam, Ky. MSN'S BLUE FECIT CASH DROCBRY North Court Square. Hartford. Ky. Is the Place to Buy Fresh Groceries of all Kinds. Agency for SELECT FLOUR. Salmon 3 cans for 25c. Lenox Soap 7 bars, 25c. NELSON'S SPECIAL COFFEE 25c per lb. guaranteed Gold Watch and Ticket for a Chain given FREE with each pound of ten-year this CoH'eo sold. ; Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R A I TUUN WOURY THOUGHTS INTO WORK THOUGHT Do you think strnlght through a subject, or do you think under, above or around it? Thought is more precious than money. Are you as careful of It as you are of your purse? ITAKTrOKI) 1MIESSING CLUB. That machine whose wheels are grinding against each other, at tho Clothes cleaned and pressed. Reguaranteed. Satisfaction same time rasping your nerves In the pairing. street is walsting its force. Hero, Work called for and delivered. Shop it is destroying Itself. over Ohio County Bottling Worxs. ED. NALL. P?op. When you worry that is what your 42tf mind does. Then your worry tuougnt Good Doners. into work thought. Too many persons think as a grassFirst Clubman I have seen it hopper Jumps, and arrive whero he stated that very few authors sleep Arrives in winter. Too many others moro than seven hours a day. Second Clubman But think of think as the water spreads over a they furnish swamp, without a channel, without how much slumber destination, without purpose. other people. Puck. ; Wo should think as a pathfinder More than 300 kinds of fish have cuts his way through a Jungle. A'i an arrow flies to Its target. Wo voices audible to human ears. should make our thinking bear fruit Butterfly varlettes can be In action or in principle. evolved. You llko this person. You enjoy j I j Nelson Not To Illume. Once an elderly lady was being shown over Nelson's ship Victory. As tho party approached the spot whero Nelson met his death, tho attendant pointed to tho brass plate fixed in the deck and said: "That Is whero Nelson fell. ; The old lady was Impressed, but not In tho right way. I "I near"No wonder," sho said. ly tripped over that thing myself." Exchange. 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A 20c bottle bill moro thnn convince you it will stop your 3 ough. At druggists. ' Llncoln'u Hpecrli. On a Sunday that Lincoln spont In Now York City ho visited a Sunday Soliool In the notorious roglon call-v- d Flvo Poiuts, and thoro made a short addrotw to the Bcholur3. Aftor Ills return to Springfield, ono of his neighbors, hearing of this, thought it would bo a, good subject to banter Lincoln about, and accordingly visTho ited him for ttiat purpose. noighbor was generally known as "Jim", Just as Lincoln was called "Abo." Tho following account of his visit, quoted by Mr. Francis F. ilrowno In his "Everyday Llfo of Abraham Lincoln," shows that ho did not dcrlvo as much fun from tho "bantorlng" as ho had exp.octod. Ho Btarted for "Old Abo's" oillco; but, bursting opou tho door impulso- Jy, ho found u Ktraugcr In conversa- iiou with Mr, Llucolu. Ho turned to A .. -- k Charles C. Kurzman, Importer, returned on tho Rochaboau of tho French lino with gowns said to bo worth $100,000 and with Bonio now Ideas on women's styles this fall, If Paris is still as potent in tho fashion world as boforo the war, says tho Now York Sun. According to Mr. Kurzman, who spent fourteen weeks in Paris, women will model tholr appearance on tho willow. Tho "slim sllhouctto" la to be conshlored most d on I r able, tho Fronch onpltal has said. Consequently skirts, hats, wraps and shoes will bo narrow, and embroidery will bo in ovidonco all over feminine apparel. Uuslnoss in tho Parisian shops, Mr. Kurzman said, was beginning to pick up with largo strides. Tho Don Marcho said tho Galleries Lafayotto aro doing a flourishing business tho French people nro spending .moro freely. Constipation tho Father of Many Ills. X Of tho numerous ills that affect humanity a largo shuro start with Keep your bowels rog-ulconstipation. and they may bo avoided. 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John 27 years old, wns indicted Hnus-onrltc- Inst week after tho Brand Jury had listened to n tnlo of white slavery moro startling tlinn told by Knthcrlno Koopcnunni Not only Is Hausenrlter accused of Bonding Helen Ketvcs, a cashier In n rintiuirunt, on tho street to enrn money for him, hut tho grand Jury licenses him of accomplishing tho ruin of a clrl whom ho tried to add to his "string." Ills latest alleged dupe, Paulino Mink, now 17 years old, went before the grand jury and testified that she met Huusenrlter In 1015 when Bhe was" little moro than 1G years old. Ho paid court to her ami Anally persuaded her to yield to his advances under promise of marriage. She met him frequently and wns hnppy In tho belief sho wnB to marry him until ho enlightened her with the proposal that sho'go "on tho street" for him. Olrl Refuses Ills Demiiiidx. The girl refused to accede to his suggestions and has recently been earning a living ns a millinery trimmer. Sho was impelled to tell her story by tho publication of the details in tho alleged betrayal of Kath-orin- c Koopermnn by Gustavo man, which wns exposed last week. As soon as the district attorney heard Miss Mink's story he caused tho arrest of Hausenrlter and a woman with whom ho lived. Then a search waa mado for Miss Kclvcs, whoso name was given to the authorities by I'aullnc Mink. Mixs Kclvcs wns arrested as a ma terial witness ns sho wns about to board a train for Chicago. This afternoon Assistant District Attorney Smith, who Is In charge of the white slavery inquiry, announced that he had received n letter from a girl whoso name he would not dis close, further nccuslng Hausenrlter. The girl is a clonk model employed in a fashionable shop. Whether or not she was one of Hausonrltcr's "string," or whether sho was one oj tlioso whom he sought to compel to work for him, wns not disclosed. When tho story of Miss Kelves was made public by tho district ho remarked that her story was oven more striking than that of Miss Kooperrnan. She asserted that tho woman with whom Hausenrlter lived wns his wife, and that tho neighbors regarded him us a successful salesmnn. They livson, ed there with their yet tho alleged slavor Is charged with compelling the Kelves girl to uso the house as one of tho places in which she plied her trade. ey think, though, that our modern schools, high schools especially, in which thcro Is wholosomo work go- Ing on nil the tlmo, in which thcro nro no plnces for loitering nnd lo- voloplng silly relations In which there nro Boclal organizations whoro boys nnd girls como together, and work together for ono another's entertainment I think such schools nre doing a grcnt deal to develop wholesome natural relations. In some of theso schools, especially In a school liko tho high school nt Grand I Ilnplds, Mich., special attention is given to tho social relations of boys nnd girls. They nro in musical organizations nnd laboratories together, nnd they learn to be with ono or without morbid curiosity. This Is tho essential method of developing natural relations. Tho same principles could bo followed out In the home, only It must bo arranged so that when boys and girls como together they will have plenty to do to keep them interested nnd occupied. It should be said further that boys and girls ought to lie scpnrntcd a considerable part of the time in tho 'teens. Girls ought to llvo n girl's lire, nnd boys a boy's life. It is a mistake to have them together nil the time. Thcro Is sure to develop under this condition a certnln amount of unnnturalncss. M. V. O'Shca in the October Mother's Magazine. nn-oth- cr i mnimiuiimimii fiiMjiaiMimriinimanMr.u fflPzt llllll :m 3 -a E.V Hfctf i?mw EV - ft- ass. r .m i iXrl Ss as IH E i5SssSp3r &. &&3&z3i -- 3!SSS HI! a.i5s You VPTio Know the Call of the Gun Vl Hi! n . L- UU who duel; -- "-" ehnnfc nvrr h , JL tlinJ, out in the tiff wild spots nf Tnnn . For tnceportecianwLo values tncconfj'Jcncewm'cLBupcrbBLootlnjJquaKtiMi'mpart, there are the Lnonf Ln ....L i'vcminqcun fTX" "wv t ww Auui.ii D 11 Vj 1 moacrn arms, modern ammunition have done tor the sport in America today. It - tflltrq vniii IflTirJ 1 WvK iu ft When You llnie u Cold. Give It attention, nvold cxposuro, bo regular and careful of your diet, also commence Inking Dr. King's It contains Plno-Ta- r, New Discovery. Antiseptic Oils and Balsams. Is slightly laxative. Dr. King's Now Discovery cases your cough, soothes tubes, your thront nnd bronchlnl checks your cold, starts to clear your head. In n short tlmo you know your cold Is better. Its tho standard family cough syrup in uso over 40 years. Get u bottlo at once. Keep It in tho Sold at house ns a cold Insurance. 3 your druggist. Some SiiiiUo Story! Enoch Chase had a pecullnr experience last weok while taking tho says tho logs out of an old dug-ou- t, Lamed (Cal.) Tiller nnd Toiler. Ho ran ncross a joint snako down between the logs nnd hit It with i spade. Of course, every Joint Hew apart and started to wiggle off. Enoch, Just for a Joke, picked up one of the Joints and put it In a bucket and then slipped behind tho logs and waited to see what would happen. In about ten minutes he heard a sort of low whistlo and then a rustling. Tho head of the Joint snake came out of the woods nnd looked nround. It then made a peculiar whistle and another Joint backed up and fastened on to tho head. The head whistled twice and Joint No. 2 enmo out, and so on, bo many whistles for each Joint, until it camo time for the ono Enoch had in tho bucket. At its call tho thing thrashed around in tho bucket like all possessed, but couldn't get out. Of course, without tho Joint that fit tha snako couldn't get together. Enoch Bald the last he saw of it tho head had taken charge of one-ha- lf and tho tall the rest and had gone off In different directions to hunt up tho missing Joint. Enoch got almost homo with his Joint when an automobile tooted down tho road. This either scared the Joint or it was Its coupling on signal, for Enoch says It managed to flop out of tho bucket nnd get away In tho tall grass. f ' - . ' ' EH ne . Am-nuntti- on Autoloading Shot Gun Slide Action Pum Gun Autoloading Rifles Sh'de Action Rc6eatina Rifles ar.J every standard make of Arm p&i '. ' ' ' Mark ,!'; TOrtfracn i3and me the R,iDaV in thi. of Remmgton VMC tU ..Vn of Sportsmen. Headquattrrj c!l yoj u.J,a crv whtre tLe dealer Is wct.on. Sold by your home dealer and 3,250 other leading merchants in Kentucky 4!,e C'.,''C COni!nent fport.msn fr C.cn and oil your 0un vtT REM OIL. tU comhnathn PewJtr Soh.nt. Luhncant and Ru,t Prtvtntatfv THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY iMTiutMaKufaiturrri cf Artim! anj Amnunllieit in til War!J Wuolworth Building. New York ' SMPi CZ&ZtZT22Lr2 fcrrj-- - P' m JPIIIUHHIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIM A CONFIDENTIAL TALE OK THE FIRST and take in a wounded British solPRINT dier, making him a prisoner and 1, ItojH And Girls. In general, tho best way to develop wholesome relations between boys nnd girls is to have them work together, and learn to bo good compan- ions, and to bo at case In ono an- other's presence. Mnny boys nnd girls do not know how to net when they are together unless they nro daucing. This is duo to tho fact that they have not developed chumI my relations except in tho dance. . Are You looking Old? Some look old nt forty. 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"My troubles were from my ego, nnd I felt nwfully uick for threo years. I had hot flashes often nnd frequently suffered from pains. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and now am well." Mrs. Pierre Cournoyeh, Box 239, Blackstone, Mass. Such warning symptoms as senso of of impending evil, timidity, sounds in tho ears, palpitation of tho heart, sparks before tho eyes, irregularities, constipation, variablo appetite, weakness and dizziness, should be needed women. Lydia E. Pinkby middle-ngo- d ham's Vegetable Compound lias carried inuny women safely through thiu crisis. fUifTocation.hot flashes.heudaches.back-nches.drea- d Whereas, tho Supremo Ituler of tho universe has seen fit to call from tho walks of life our esteemed Sov ereign, Sam P. Itowan, who depart ed this life August 19, 1910. 1st Resolved, That tho family has lost a kind husband und father and tho neighborhood in which he Jived a loyal citizen. Wo extend to them our sympathy in their bereavement. 2d Resolved, That Hartford Camp No. 202, AV. O. W has lost a faith ful niombor. 3d Resolved, That a copy of theso resolutions bo sent to tho family and bo spread on our minutes, nlso bo published In tho county papers. E. II. STEWART, JAMES PIRTLE. E. P. HENNETT, Committee. . -- Hartford Cnrap vice versa. This merciful proposal One day when Asurbanlpal obtain- came to naught. ed at Inspiration, ho found h? could He tells of at least a dozen Britnot spread at all his thoughts for ish officers, sorely wounded and left publication. This mado him grieve on the ground between the trenches with all his might through many a in tho broiling sun shooting themlong Assyrian night. selves becauso unable to endure their Ho offered prized far and wide agonies and await night, when volthrough all his Jurisdiction for any unteers would strive to get them in. scheme that might provide a way to He mentions that men In the trenches spread his fiction. Tho writing hug on both sides unable to bear the was in his bean and you all know screams and wrlthlngs of the woundwhat that should mean. ed between the lines, get out of the Tho advertising did not pull. Not trenches, in spite of orders to the ono of all the sages could raise a Contrary, in an effort to bring in a thought beneath his wool for making man a few yards from the sand-bag- s printed pages. Though they could, only to be shot down as soon as their read tho stars on sight, this was a shoulders have been raised above the v task beyond their might. trench. It gave tho king a royal pip. Strong men who have faced death It got upon his liver. To save his for months aro depicted as weeping health lie took a trip along the Ti- like chlldre,n In their uttter helplessgris River, Ho stepped into some ness to succor the wounded left dymud ono day and say his footprint in ing before them, almost within reach. , tho clay. Letters speak of men going mad His Majesty stood still and spied not from tho hail of shells, but from his masterpiece pictorial. "If I can tho surcharge of emotion growing print my foot," he cried, "why not j out of tho hopelessness of it all. an editorial?" That moment his wan si. journal. Assyrian hob invented tho first printing Job. Rebuked. He hnd no Llnotypo nor Hoe to do War Secretary Garrison said in a things In a hurry; hut whllo this preparedness argument in Camden: mado his business slow, it also saved "The defenders of a militia army some worry. Ho never had to tax remind me in their Ignorance of tho his brains to catch tho early morn- mother at tho ball. This mother ing trains. was chaperoning an exceedingly daughter. She hovered Thcro wns no speaking tube to yell, beautiful demanding early matter. Ho watted proudly on the edge of a deep circle for his thoughts to Joll and did not of men for her daughter was unlet them scatter. Once in a whilo doubtedly the belle of the evening. "During some war talk tho girl ho wrote a stick and had it moulded "v crlpd gaily: in a brick. 'The casus belli! What It made a library so stout that it was the casus belli? dolled all ravage. No vandal could "Her mother stood on tiptoe, shook tear pages out to wrap up fish or her finger at her beautiful daughter cabbage. And though a book re- across a dozen men, and called remained unread, it still might get in- proachfully: " 'Grace, dear, how often havo I to ono head. From the Mergenthal-o- r Lines O' Typo News. told you to say stomach?' " Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegrap; h. Vanderbilt Training School tor Boys m m ELKTON, KY. Will Tielp parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity .is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write MATHEIVIEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Bos; A. I JS i ti WrfSS L HBtflHhBflGhEwisftr Bhh. BBBB Bridging the distance 'twixt you and "anywhere." Tho Bell Telephone, with its 16,000,000 miles of wire, brings millions of people within earshot pf your voice. Many thousand of them, living within fifty or a hundred miles, can be reached for a small toll charge. Are you making use of this vast bridge on your fjirm. in vnnr home or in vour business. There's ai money or convenience for you in the profit of time, Bell Telephone if you will use it. Grasp the Opportunity! Call or write the manager ' SIDELIGHTS OFT1IE AGONY IN EUROPE VlBltor Relative, - Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R A I vidual acts of heroism occur every minute ot tho day, but men aro being rewarded more for actual reTho sults than for personal risk. agony of tho struggle Is everywhere. A Drltlsh olllcer who was at tho Dardanelles tells ot an attempt to arrange with tho Turks a plan by which wounded loft (between tho trenches) in no man's land, following an assault, would be taken prisoner by tho opposlto side so that they could bo attended to by tho doctors. For Instance a Turk would be permitted to como out ot the trenches (nt private hospital) Can I see Lieut. Barker, please? There Is llttlo of tho grandeur of Matron Wo do not allow ordibattle In Europe's great war. Indi- nary visitors. May I ask it you aro a relativo? Visitor (boldly) Oh, yes; I'm his sister. Matron Dear mo! I'm very glad to meet you. I'm his mother. Punch. CASTO RIA For Infants and Children ! to-da- y. In Use For Over 30 Years AlwayB bears CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED the Signature of &&& BOX 119, OWENSBOKO, KY. Hartford Republican; Ctnx, - """ mm -- ,rr,;rs.r," rrnB ROOSEVELT SPEAKS gnto. WBiMnmmMmmmmmmmmmBmmammmmmm WT t M -- "& HUGHES' PKHSONALITV. Ohio countfnns who attended the oPcnlnK of 'the Republican campaign ANSWERS PLEA THAT l'HKSI- ALLISON J. nAIlXKTT...., Editor Lexington Tuesday camo back DKNT WILSON HAS KEPT VH TV. H. TNSY,..H..IncSn..nKcr' deBhtC(1 wlth whnt thcy i,n,i gcCn OUT OF WAR. ' to and heard, but more especially were Address all communications they, delighted to find Mr. Hughes a The Hartford Republican. genuine 'big hearted, whole-soule. Lewlston, Me., Sept. 3. ProgresAmerican gentleman. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS sives united with Republicans In bet to n new tho pajifr Boliccritwin dwIrliiR The hostile press has from the greeting Theodore Roosevelt, who addnw mom Rlvo the old nddrtwe In mnklng the ginning endeavored to convey the Imreqeret. pression that tho Republican nominee delivered here tonight his first speech liDftnciM Locnln find Sntlrm 10 per line nml r.c iirtilltlomil Inxvrtton. was arrogant, cold and a poor mixer. of tho campaign in behalf of Chnrles yr line for endi Republican candidate nrul Catd of ThinkSe Strange to say they had partly suc- !E. Hughes, OMtunrM, nnmlntlona purlin money In mlvfitife. ceeded in this. Succeeded at least for tho presidency, A largo dclega Ctnli Notlci tor service tree, bnt other in arousing fear that such might be Hon of Republicans and ProgresldTertleemrntK. fw tier line. ' sives met him In Portland and es- Donymon comtnnnintioni win rewire no and when greeted with a warm hand ttentlon shake and a cordial emllo Tuesday corted him here, where ho reviewReady-toWea- r. torchlight pro- followers of the Republican nominee ed nn cession In which many former Prowero naturally pleased. lets Cvuborlom.& Ohio county Republicans return gressive leaders marched. cs X".ro3iro" iluvan.1 From tho time he landed In Bos from Lexington with added vim and determination to go out and work ton today from the New York steamFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. harder for the man, who If given the er until he retired to his rooms treopportunity, will make the country 4 night, the former president recvlv- ed enthusiastic demonstrations. His a great president. REPUBLICAN TICKET. address was devoted largely to an attack on the administration, and to ROOSEVELT'S SPEECH. adFor President, of hyphenlsm. Col. Roosevelt delivered his first In criticism There CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. address In behalf of Charles E. I should be in American citizenship no .For Vice President, Hughes, at Lewlston, Me., Saturday dual allegiance, he declared. CHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS. night before a tremendous crowd, anil "Americanism," he said, "Is a matFor Congress truly men, she was a hummer. With ter of the spirit, of the soul, of the JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. his old time fire and vim the Colon- mind; not a birthplace or creed." The cause of preparedness Is el arranged the Democratic adminisFor County Attorney, . connected with the cause tration, scored its foreign policies A. D. KIRK. and spoke in glowing terms of Mr. of Americanism or patriotism, "of "JI PLJ whole-hearte- d loyalty to this nation Hughes. In reply to the Democratic cam and to all for which the great men ANOTHER BROKEN PLANK, j paign cry AVllson has kept us out of this nation in the past have stood," of war Mr. Roosevelt said: "Under the colonel declared. It would be President McKinley we had a war a "grave misfortune," he asserted to t CI "We believe In the preservation with Spain. Under President WilMr. Wilson. In their full son we are assured that we have and maintenance "At this moment," he said, "Mr. strength and integrity of the three had 'peace' with Mexico. These are j Wilson's buglemen advance, as his branches of the federal the words. Now for the deeds. Dur- greatest claim, tliat, 'lie lias kept us government, the executive, the leg- ing the war with Spain fewer Ameri- out of war.' This claim can bo seislative and the Judicial, each keep- cans were killed by the Spaniards riously made only by individuals who ing within its own bounds, and not than have been killed by Mexicans indorse everything. encroaching upon the power of eith- during the present 'peace with Mexi "Under President McKinley we had er of the others." From the Demo- co. Let me repeat this. A greater a war with Spain. Under President cratic platform of 1912. number of Americans have been kill- Wilson wo arc assured that we have i Mr. Wilson accepted and endors- ed by Mexicans during these years, had 'peace' with Mexico. These are ed the above declaration, but ever when we are officially informed that the words. Now for the deeds. since he took the oath as president we have been at peace with them, During the war with Spain fower Of the United States he has dominatthan were killed by the Spaniards Americans were killed by the Span- while Wilson would look better with to ed Congress as ho would his class during our entire war with Spain. iards than have been killed by Mexi- some of his face hidden. LATEST WAR NEWS Kronstadt. room. Only recently did he force Moreover, 'when the war with Spain cans during tho present 'peace' with WInc-sday- . down the throat of the legislative was thru, it was thru. But peace Mexico. Moreover, when the war Farmers, Come to Tlioe Meeting. ('recce. Diplomatic circles nt Bill branch tho Adamson Eight-hou- r S. R. Blanton, representing the stlll'continues to rage as furiously aa with Spain was through, it was Washington received a report considtq delay the threatened ever In Mexico." Monday. in order through. But peace still continues American Society of Equity, will (Jixt'ce. Great Britain and France ered reliable In every way that Greece strike until after tho election. The echo of the first Republican to rage as furiously as ever in Mex- speak at the following places on have sent a note to tho Greek Gov- will enter tho war within a short dates named: address made by tho Colonel since ico." ernment, demanding control over tho time on tho side of the Entente AlCol. Roosevelt charged that the split of 1912 rings Edwards Schoolhouse, Friday We are not at ourselves during the famous Greek posts and telegraphs and In- lies. The question of the Central September because for thirty morn's throughout these United States. It taking of Vera Cruz was war, and night, Sept. Sth, S p. m. sisting upon tho deportation from Powers Issuing an ultimatum to Schroader Schoolhouse, Saturday is a splendid protest against misman added: "It was a war which was wo are reminded of that picture. Greece of agents of tho Central Pow- Greece Is said to have been dlscuss- agement of government and so ac- entered Into polntlessly and aban- afternoon at 2 o'clock. fed In Berlin political circles. From If you miss these meetings you will ers. Dispatches from Athens say it Athens The nearest we have come to tak- cords with popular sentiment that doned ignobly; it was a war which conies tho report that five Is understood the Greek Government ing Villa, d.ead or alive, Is arresting the resulting assiduous rhythm will failed, which did damage both to the regret It. will make no objection to tho accept- classes of reservists havo been called damaging Mexicans and ourselves, and which go far toward producing a Other dates for next week will be Jils brother. to the colors. ance of these demands. Entente alvibration to the walls of Democ in Its outcome reflected Infinite dis- announced later. lied ships have sunk n German subhonor upon our nation. But it was T. H. BALMAIN, Ch'ni'n. HodgenvHIo mode it quite plain racy. 1'rniico. Tho French troops have marine off Phaleron. Unofficial re war, nevertheless. Monday that sho believes It greater ports from the Greek capital Inti- captured the village of Ommlecourt, WILSON'S 1JUNCO GAME. New Seaplane J Tried Out. to give than to receive. ' The filflkc cloud has passed over mate tho early announcement of an Hospital Farm, Ralnncto wood and A Giant seaplane designed by naimportant change In the attitude of part of Marrleres wood and progressSTRAY STREAKS. spring and H2 Pno ' They call It leap year because many but the season is ed in other regions north of the val constructors and built at the Greece. can tell just how soon after the Vr Soramo, according to the Paris official Washington navy yard was given a (By Fluke McFluke.) a poor male Inhabitant chooses that election it will return. Tho Adam-o- n . communication. South of the Somme , .. . ' "tan succumb to a preliminary tryout last week in a England. The shooting down of a furious recourse rainer law is believed by many to bp flight over the Potomac. Navy offibattle raged throughout n a Zeppelin one of thirteen German i the day. matrimonial fate. it will serve the unconstitutional but The French captured a line When a dry fellow from the sticks cials were greatly pleased at the raiders on thb eaBt coast Of England which President Wilson, girl that swam purpose for way Is a candidate for a returns from a sloppy burg like Lou- showing made. The craft, a blplano Saturday night, have caused much of German trenches and repulsed all The counter attacks. The prisoners capwho by the wing spread, has a isville on a train that gets him home with a d enthusiasm amdtig tho British be- tured slnco September 3 the North river with her term, Intended It. That is, at 2 a. m., and as a consequenco of dead load capacity of nearly 2,000 cause number the Indication thus given to her back should enter- second of brother tied and the cannon thirty-six- . the postponement of a final settle- being up most of the night, said pounds, and when completed Will of tho efficiency of the air defenses tain no fear of sharks. Noment until after the election In rapld'fire giih protecting London. dry fellow has a dickens of a time carry a According to Thursday. vember. explaining the whys and wherefores and a radio outfit. She is equipped the latest reports, tho airships, alWe have nothing but contempt for Tho Koiiinie. In stubborn fighting gasoline though they dropped many It is reported that when the com- of the redness of his optics. I am with two American-bui- lt county, Mo., authoribombs, over a those St. Louis upon circumstan- motors, rated at ICO Jiorso-powe- r front of four miles between mittee of brotherhood men called updid little damage. . ties who refuse to allow society girls on the President they had Intended not for convictionnot by any Vcrmandovlllers and Lilly, tho Germeans. each. Three pontoons of n new tial evidence, no, in one-pieto parade the btreets mans havo been forced to glvo up the to settle .the differences by arbitration support her in the water. .... bathing suits. Western Front. The villages of northern portion of Vermandovlll-er- s, and were surprised when he Inform4 Tho following U ail fcict reproduc-- , and all Forest and whllo tho French hao occupied ed Uvsi that it was not a matter for Motl of VrenIUfcut Wilson's speech at' SHOOTING KOCLOWS WAIOl the German positions between theso tho outskirts of the railway Junction "Takes man for bear," gays head- arbitration and that ho would see WORDS AT CKNTHftfoWX Homo exercises as heard the Lteoh two points havo been captured by town of Chaulnes and thrown their line. Had it been some of our fair that they got all they demanded, pf by . Fluke: the French .and British in a joint at- - forces nlong tho railway. South- dames on the beeches that the hun- nnnrsn thev were Ivllllnrr to tukta nil Charles Reneer and John Ward, . prcpara- - cast of ter sighted he wouldn't have bwn they could get, and wo, nre not further i eta 'the recipients of tack after intense artillery of Owltertown, Arid then Mister McFluke journ tlon. More than 2,000 prisoners, as German trenches wero captured, and wrong at that. ., In hlmno thehl. far Wfi MO DOIICVO noxl day to the contents of u shot gun Sunday well as twelve cannon and fifty ma- - j eyed to Lo!ngton the ni08t ot tno village of Berney-c- n the problem should havo been taken Govomor Hughes and desiring morning nftor they had returned guns were taken. Tho British j tt,rr0 fcn to tho Frenci, parls says The biggest liar wo know of Is 'the up thtm under Vhi operating condi- hear to both M the old from an 'entertainment at Ceralvo with the of the French j the nuniuer of prisoners taken was man who In his talk to tho school tions &n'd Vtil delayed for from six to render Justice parties, Mr. Hughes' sttWch Is giv- Saturday night. Altho the two re- on their right wing, succeeded Sun- - JargCi Compatriots of tho French on opening day doclaros thai children nYilo months pending a trial of en below practically n Ward: "Mr. ceived 'about a hundred shot In their Vinys day In capturing part of the village were busy north of tho sommo ward- lie wishes he could recall thn . arms and bodies neither is seriously what tho brotherhood men called Chairman," I believe lie said, nf ninMiv nml tlir whole nf (.utile-- ! Ing off counter attacks. separate him from boyhood so for. that wounded. mont. that he could tnko his place at his Reneer, Ward and George Myers QtreF a million men aro howling I was going out it'll street In LouGullcln. On tho trdnt or the .lota . desk on "this bright September now men who also work on railisville tho otheV (W "With a good and Stella Mason, also of CenterLlpa and Dniester! rivers tho RusTticsduy. -Jay." roads and who claim that they should friend of nhW, who'ls '"'a, candlttoto town, had driven to Ceralvo In Future. The French havo mado sians have driven tho Austro-Ger- same treatment hs for offlco in 0"hfb county, bu,t. Whose Ward's automobile. Reneer and Myre- bo accorded tho fresh progress east of the village man forces from fortified positions dek few Nashville roughnockB tho 400,000. But thcy aro not name I (rolenYiily refuse to divulge, ers quarrelled at the latter place and of Forest, north of the Sommo River, and taken 4, GOO prisoners, including flected on tho hospitality of their manding Increase In wages nor shortwhen I remarked to, this yfung gen- when it came to blows Reneer hit and on thb bouUi havo successfully 2,000 Geriuuns. town Monday when they Interrupted er hours. They are opposed to tho tleman s follows: "Say, 'there aro Myers on tho head with Mason's attacked objBctlves along a front of Mr. Hughes during his address in Adamson law. some jandy fine-- slights (h Louisville, guitar, breaking the lntsrumcnt. eighteen and I Rumanian Front. German miles from BarleaUX to that city with hurrahs for Wilson. Tho President's llttlo bunco garno dnfrt yb'ti thi'uK? Silrd young friend Mason wanted Reneer to pay for the ChuUlnfeB, according to tho Paris Bulgarian troops still aro engaged In Wilson would condemn tho President is very plain. Ho Is after tho labor replied, "you bet your everlasting, guitar, but tho latter claimed It was acts of these followers, so would any vote and Gompers, whom Sherman, fsVcet lifo'tljore jjrc sorao rare, beau-fifu- 'l not worth tho $10 claimed by the report, the village of Soyecourt the Dobruda region. Berlin reports toy assault, as well as the capture of seven works with their' other gentleman, and wo doubt his of Indiana, terms a public nulsancfc, Tho quarrel grow warmer was carrier 'tilings liere' . Ho appeared so owner. More than armored batteries. Tho Rumanians' part of Vermandovlllers. caring greatly for their support, dWl Ho fell and so Is out for Wilson. d earnest about tho matter I and Ward was drawn into It. Mason In claim they havo taken all of the several weeks yet turihVd'arpYtAU to look at tho young und Myers were put oul ot tno car 5,000 prisoners have been taken It is Newspaper correspondents travel- others. frontier east ot tlto Danube, Vo't-e- r, the past WO days. railroad fellow avid to my very great sur- and Reneer and Ward teay they went ing with the Hughes party state that before election and tho between Bulgaria and Rumania. eight-hoclass Mb a prise 1w had his gaze glued as it Into Reneer's restatiWht at Center-tow- n of the tho great swing has been a sterling Again tlieto Is heavy Kiibblu. to get sometnfng to cat. up. 'we're,. vipon some object not more success In practically every Instance. chanco to wako Minnie Seed Wheat. fighting on tho front In ltussla, west ocAbout 3:30 Ihe shooting In Ohio county tho la- than 20 feet distant. "Skirting" a Down hero papers I am offerBearded, recleaned. Men representing and southwest or Lutsk and north of Wb'r'k 'Bote Vtrttlow of fashions, my friend's curred. Mason claims Myers did all say that large crowds havo attended borer and tho farmer "less money. Brezeiaiiy In Gall-cl- a ing my crop of this excellent wheat 20-tof tho shooting but Reneer and Ward Zborow and 'ndar and f exceeding the speakings and brand as false the than eight hours fact, 'that it cannot reign of vision was not with the Russians generally tho at $1.75 per bushel while tho supply inches ahovo the earth line and claim two guns wero used. Seven aggrosso're. In tho Carpathian re- lasts. reports, originating In Democralc cir- So much less, In E. G. AUSTIN, They see approach-lu- g said object was giddily mpvlng, well, empty Bliells woro fouud Sunday cles, that tho trip hus not been a suc- bo compared. Prentls, Ky. gion, according to Petrograd, tho 9 14 the greater period of reconstruc- I should say, one foot at a time. I morning. It Is alleged tTiat Myers cess. Tho Russians hav captured an entire see that thcy inust com- never have been able to tell Just why used a repeating shot gun. tion. They Halo Notice. ridge of heights and aro advancing MaJ. Cornelius Vanderbllt, of tho pete after tho war with tile foreign tho young man's faco wont so scar- wounded men wero not In tlio car at towitrd tho Hungarlau frontier. Because of my moving to anoththe timo 'of tho shooting but wero plan labor. They want a protective tar- let when ho finally looked at mo. New York mllltla, Is out with a er Stato, I will sell my Improved farm near by. Tho windsheald of the for holding tho Mexican border with iff unaccompanied by a war tax In 30 Tho Rumanians, near Render, Ky., containing TransjUanlw. Svas damaged. (Rdckon Its peace, peace. electricpolitics, timo of Whllo wo aro talking of barbed wire entanglements, prcbslng their advantage against tho acres, good dwelling, and all modern Warrants wero Issued for Mason ally charged. He figures that with tho Domo'crats say so.)' They want It Is my humblo opinion, privately AustroHIungarlans, havo captured Improvements, at a bargain. Also, such fortifications 20,000 guardsmen Charles E. Hughes at tho helm and expressed, that Hughes and Wllsoh and Myers charging malicious shoot ! colt, ono cow, and several additional towns along the ono could hold tho border, with a savins they want Charles "W. Fairbanks could both Improve their nppcaranco ing. Myers was bIeo charged with I Transylvania front. They aro now farm .Implements. Addrosw a deadly weapon. $123,000,000 islanding by, and they are going to somewhat by splitting tho dlfferance carrying-tobcealenf ino.OOO men and MAYIIUOH BAIZE, Mon- - tald to bo bombarding Herraaunstadt. within two yeaTS. Tho scheme ap- - glvo for It one of the best Repub- -' I In so far as whiskers aro concerned. Trial' has been set for tho first . Render, Ky. .which la second In importance only 7t4u Hughes has too much of the hay,' day In October pears feasible but what about those llcan majorities in years. d, nrttwi, Lnttni iimmllnR to Inw Ht the Pcwtollle ol the eecoixi mull Ky., mttr JDR THE MMINEE. NEW COAT SUIT For fall and winter are ready for your inspection. I 1 fM Notwithstanding the scarcity and high cost of piece goods, we are showing a most wonderful assortment of high grade Ladies' Early Shoppers - every week shows further vances in merchandise. You will appreciate our Suits at $17.50, in this line will save money, as $15.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00, $30.00, $35.00. ct Won't you give us an opportunity to show you our suits? X ! . P. Barnes (Ei Bro. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. - - .frlr 265-poun- 60-fo- ot er de-Bl- r Clery-Sur-Som- ... . HolIoy-en-Santer- San-chl- ltfL " ' all-fire- Bt Do-bru- ur non-partis- ' Plans nro being mado to hold the KENTUCKY TltOOPS PITCH TIIE111 CM NVAH HO.MKS KICJHT MILKS Threo days, September 21, 22 and 23. MOM MEXICO. annual fair hop Friday night September 22, at Dr. Ucan's rink. It has not been decided yet what orchestra Ft. Bliss, Tex., Sept. 5. The will bo engaged. Is campNntlonnl Guard y Where aro you going, my pretty ed In tho shadow of tho Franklin maid? Mountains, elyht miles from the Mex- To tho Ohio County Pair, kind sir," lean border, and forms a part of tho oS sho said, hngG Ft. Bliss reservation, extend"To hear tho music ar.O see the show, ing six miles along both sides of tho Tho place whero aft Wlso people VZl Paso & Southwestern rallroad.and go." . j three miles across. ' Mrs. F. L. Follx has been remoxfed ! The First and Second Battalions of from tho homo of her sister In droen- - the First Regiment, the last of the ' Reinforced at toe and v M vlllo and placed In St. Anthony Hos- - Kentucky organizations to reach the In the two weeks just closing the stocks of the heel with triple knee, Sho stood the border, arrived this .morning and the pltul at ' LmrtsvlHo. store have undergone a complete change. Summer this is the play stocking trip well and was resting easily at Second and Third are already In last reports. A specialist is In their canvas homes. goods have slipped quietly away and the many secEl Puso sun has little of tho glaro tions now present fall and winter merchandise fresh, Believing that a fair Is a ben- of Fort Thomas, and gudrdsraen do accurate sizes and Wioder-at- e any county the Ohio County not feel nearly so uncomfortable as efit lo new, fascinating. price are other reasons Fair Company has again taken active they feared. The nights are much charge of the Hartford Fair. They cooler. why recommend them. We shall maintain our reputation of the past havo arranged a list of good premItala Loses Old Citizen. best they hope iums and nbout tho twenty-eigyears that of moderation in price. Mr. Henry Allen, of Beda, died to do this year Is to break even. Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock of I'm 'still doing business at, the same 11 rights disease. Rev. R. D. Bentrashy productions In spite of a flood of old siAid, nett, of Hartford, conducted funeral Vegetables and Groceries al- services Wednesday morning at Beu-la- h Meats. caused by existing market conditions, our patrons will ways on hand. church, after which the remains be offered merchandise of intrinsic worth. Goods, prices and treatment as In the were interred in the burying ground days of yore nearby. Found at the market of your Tiie deceased only needed one , Women's New Fall Coat Suits are arriving in friend, E. P. MOORE. month to round out seventy years of great numbers. v Tho Senior class of Hartford Col-- 5 life. Ho was prominent in his community and well known In the coun-- j lego entertained with an informal re Ho leaves a wife and three ception last nlglit in tne sciiooi Dunn- ty. Fullness and soft lines seem to dominate both students In daughters, namely, Mrs. Frank Hicks, ing for the Suits and Coats. Suits made of Serge, Gaberdino and school hero this year. It was a gen- Mrs. James Allen and Mrs. Edward social and will go Leach. eral Poplin seem to be used. Prices from $10 to $22.50. far toward promoting good fellowStrujctl ship among the students. From my farm one mile norlh of Wo would be pleased tp have you call and let us Residents of upper .Main street are Echols, Ky., about August 1, one . Step commending Section Foreman show you the New Goods, Suits and Coats. muley heifer, red and white mixed, ' Sosh, of the L. & N. Railroad compa- more red about neck and shoulders, ny, for tho splendid manner In which about 19 months old, crop and he has cleaned and graded the street iu left ear, swallow fork In company. near tno property or me right. Information leading to her Tho L. & N. has made extensive im- recovery will be rewarded. holdings here In provements un their ERNEST BROWN, tho past few weeks. Concrete cross- 10t4 Hartford, Ky. on Grltlln ings havo been put down and Oakwood streots where the railFor Rule. ISTCOEPOItArED road crosses. No. 1 Seed Wheat, recteaned. According to reports hundreds of Tests CI pounds. For cash pnly. ELLIS MILLING CO, Daviess county people will attend the Hartford, Ky. Ohio County Fair, September 21, 22 10t2 23. This is partly due to the fact thnt there are more automobiles in 8,0l Out of 10,000 Sick. Washington, Sept. 3. Navy adthis section and the distance is not Mrs. W. II. Rhoads attended tho regarded so great as heretofore. If vices. Thursday from tho 'Mexican formal acceptance of Lincoln Farm tho roads are in any condition It gulf coast said that S.000 of the 1G,-0Monday at Hodgenvllle. will be only a short drive from inhabitants of the town of FRIDAY, KKJTKMI1KK 8. were suffering with mato Hartford. Automobiles Mr. Park Taylor will leave for Lexington Monday where he will rc- - may bo parked 'in the grounds. The larial fover. L., II. & ST. L. H. R. TRIE TAIUiK. ctcr state University. old Third Regiment Band, of Owens-borSugar, Cheapest In Tu Country. No. 113 due at llmitch 8:32 p..m. will make music while thous1.50 for September wheat in tho Chicago Market! A doUar Miss Mary Anderson returned to merry. No. 110 due at .Ellmltch 7:30 a. m. For a short time we will give and a Iuilf for cash wheat before the rattle of the thresher has Wednesday after a visit ands mnko Louisville Elgin, No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. About IVi miles of rock has been with each 1C size, died away in the winter wheat belt. with Miss Marlam Holbrook. Case Watch at J5.50, an orAr. Irvington .. 6:35 p.m. The put down on tho Hartford and . By September lht wheat generally touches Its Ion est point. s. Mrs. J. A. Bennett has returned of Sugar Lv. Irvington .. G:5C p.m. road. The new bridges will der for J1.00 worth, n inter i heat is then on tho market and spring wheat Is pressing hard Iter's. This is to introduce Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.'m. from n visit to her daughter, Mrs. soon bo completed and Civil Engi- at J. for sale. Lv. .Louisville . . 8:35 a. m. J. W. Sariderfur, at No Croek. No. wheat makes us think. In neer Llgon says It Is possible to com- this new model neat, durable, fine A dollar and a luilf for September Gents Watch, which At. Irvington ..10:06 a. m. 1014 with a blllioS buhhel crop, wheat toppled the market In Mr. Shelby Stevens will leave for plete tho entire work in from six to used to sell at $7.00. If you ever Lv. Irvington ..10:40 a.m. Louisville Saturday to continue his eight weeks. Superintendent E. d less and with no at $1.07. With a crop in 1010 1:04 p. .in. studies in the University of LouisAr. Ellmitch Rogers Is doing excellent intend to own a watch, don't let this reserves, wheat selling for a dollar and a lialf, makes us think there . R. TIME TABLE. M., II. & E. work in preparing the Cromwell road pass, as the like is rarely offered. is feomeUiing good in n 1017 crop'of wheat to our Fanners. ville. Also just received a splendid line South J3ound, No. 115 for tho rock, tho earth work on that Let's get busy and muke a bumer crop in 1017 which will mean Wanted Two girls to help with 8:45 a. m. Duo at Hartford being 90 per cent complete. of fine Watches, Watch Bracelets, bumper dollars. In order to reap tho best results on a wheat crop in cooking and household work. Ad- road tVorth Bound, No. 114 Steel for the construction of bridges Jewelry, Kodaks, Films and Supplies this country farmers should use tho best Fertilizer and liuit is DR. L. B. BEAN, 5:G5 p. in. dress Due at Hartford has been received and the bridge and if you buy any of these before DAYBREAK, which we will offer to you for cash at prices that can Hartford, Ky. (Both "Mixed Trains.) building will probably begin next seeing our line, you loose. .Prompt not be duplicated. See us und place your orders now, so thnt wo can Messrs. Russell PIrtle, Wilbur week. attention given mall and telephone get the goods to you in due time. Rhoads and Edward Duko loft Suneyes and fit glasses. Hartford Collego began its 37th orders. We test TAPPAN, day for Lexington whero they will J. B. year Monday morning under very fabo in school this winter. Jeweler and Optician, Tho enrollr vorable circumstances. Hartford, Ky. Rev. "W. S. Wheoicr naa bought ment was large and many out of 7t4 Personal News Mrs. Mattle B. Barrett's residence town students were among thoso who Iecds Riley. on Bonner street and will take pos- registered. Members of the school and Social Euents. i: Mr, Geo. W. Leeds, of North Versession at an early dato. board and a gpod crowd of patrons non, Ind., and Miss Flora Riley, of Thero wfiT bo "threo days of tho and visitors were, present for tho Hartford, surprised their friends. Ohio County Fair this year Instead of opening exercises. Mr. Brown, pres Tuesday Morning by succumbing to A record crowd ident of thjo school, stated Monday four as heretofore. the attacks of cupld at Hodgenvillo. Mr. A. C. Porter was In Owensboro is expected for each day. that ho was much pleased with the Miss Riley is tho daughter of Mr. Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. M. T. Likens has sold his ln- - outlook for tho coming year and and Mrs. S. F. Riley, residents of cottage, in iterest in tho Unlou City (TeJin.) Bot- - predicts one of the most successful Hartford, and Is a very attractive For Rent. A good repair. Apply at this office Gtf .tllng Works to W. II. Riley, former-Mr- s. terms In the history of the Insti- young lady. Mr. and Mrs. Leeds exOPENS BoTlTCooper Is visiting Miss ly of Hartford, and has returned to tution. pect to return to Hartford about the Ohio county surely takes the prize twentieth of this month for a short Dona Udl In Owensboro this week. Ws Home nere. Cards havo been received by when it comes to freak pig tales visit before going to North Vernon to ' MessBS.VTH. "Parks and XI. D, friends in Hartford from Mr. and (notice tho spelling). Mr. Joe Rob- reside. King motored to Owensboro Mrs. Wra. G. Mershon, of Corbln, an- ertson is now out with this one. He All outside pupils holding common school di- nouncing tho birth of Nancy Kennedy says he has a pig that is not only Cash Prices For Friday und Satur' Mrs. Lucy Tanner, of Heilln, Is vis-- , day, Sept. 8 und O. August 28. has no eye balls at all. blind but Mershon, Dlomas mav attend the High School FREE. All Itlug her daughter, Mrs. W. R. Hed- 100-lt- s. $7.85 Cane Sugar 800 tho page ad. of tho Ohio Couu Only tho usual sunken place marks I departments aro open to outside pupils. 2.23 Hen Feed ' Pair on tho last page. Tho whole tho spot where the eyes should be. 100-tb- s. .. . ,.. vaar , , Mrs. James Nance and little son, 7.50 1 Bbl. Flour, in wood n The pig was born in this condition Those prepared to enter High School aro espesneut Monday and Tuesday in Ow-,'- "' gin making your arrangements now and the other porkers o( his imme- 1 Bbl. Salt "l '. 1.75 cially urged to matriculate September 4th. onsboro. 10c Keg Soda diate family so sympathize with him to be among thoso present. s. 2.00 Cane Sugar thoy lead him to his feed and Miss LlilfeT Balrd, of Loulsvlllo, that Messrs.. B. MartTu7E. G. Bar-ras- water. When Judge R. E. L. For further information, address s. 2.00 Peaberry Coffee was the guest of Mrs. J. W. Ford W. S. Tlnsley, A. D. Kirk and s. 1.40 Good Coffee week. and Dr. A. B. Riley expressthis M. L. Jleavrlii attended tho opening 25o Mrs. S. A. Anderson arrived yes- of the Republican campaign In Ken- ed doubt as to the veracity of Mr. 7 Cakes Lenox Soap Robertson's story they were invited 1 Gal. Pure Apple Vinegar.... 25c terday to visit her mother, Mrs. J. tucky at Lexington Tuesday. 20c Kv. j to Inspect the animal, which they 1 Gal. Acid Vinegar P. Morton. Mrs. J. It." Pirtlo and Mrs. W. E. did. Slminerraan gave the pig a 7 Boxes Oatmeal 50c Mrs. J. P. Morton, who has been N bolt have cn cal,ed t0 tue bed Will pay 20c for eggs. scientific inspection but is still doubtill at her homo on UnJou street, is BlJo Qf the,r a,8teri Mr8f J K ILER'S GROCERY. ful. He admits that It is blind and recovering. nara8t at Shuwneetown, 111., who ac- - gets around wonderfully w,ell but l'urmers' Meeting, Hurt ford, SaturFarm and Timber For Sale. Mr. and" Mrs? A. Grigsby havo ro- - coruihK to latest reports, can not re- doubts its being a pig. Dr. Riley, Sale Notice. day Sept. Oth, 1010. Situated on railroad, one mile turned from ft visit to relatives In COVOr. I will sell at public auction five however, Is completely converted. I would like to meet as many farmAbout 75 Tins-Hell- o high north of Echols, Ky. Mt. Carmel, 111. head of horses, two of them Mn and "MriTRaynier W. bred young stallions, surrlos, bug- acres, half In cultivation and bal- ers as possible at the court house at ItunkiiiK Fixtures For Hale. jey have returned from Chicago, atrl, whero you been? Good house 2:.45 p. m to tuke up some very Imarrango for the gies, wagons, etc., at Hartford, Ky., ance iu good timber. and wil0ro the former took a I am ready to Been to the Ohio County Fuir conportant propositions with them, that ' goln' again. unto course In modern languugos, private sale of 1 banking house and September 18, 1910, at about 12:30 and two barns, outbuildings, in lot, 1 dwelling, 1 livery stable and p. m. WIlKsell on a credit of twelve crete cellar, threo everlasting wells will bo of much Interest to them. The LadyMaccabees will havo the Mrs. Tlnsley taking a short course f(gular meeting TliUrsday, Sept. 14, ' music. They will leave soon for the miscellaneous banking fixtures. Ap- months, notes with approved surety of water, young orchard. Will bo This is not a tobacco mooting, but just a farmers' meeting. All are required. Will sell privately if de- sold In next 30 days. L. C. BROWN, at 3:30 p. tu. All members nro University of Mississippi whero Mr.' ply to W. W. BROWUER, wanted. ERNEST BROWN, DR. L. B. BEAN, Special Deputy- Banking Com., sired. to se- - j Tlnsley will resume bis work as inurged to bo present as it's time County Agent. Hartford, Ky. I Ky. 10t4 Mcllonry, Ky. Hartford, x 10U etructor iu modern languages. ject omcera. policy, which is the biggest asset in this business, has never been better shown than in our present , full stock of .. , s value-givin- The g & -- ,,-- -. Loan wanted in Muhlenberg, MII COMPANY clean, nAvless, Webster, Dutlcr and first-clas- s rear Ohio counties on good ' NEAR eMftte for 5 years. W. II. PAIIKS, bOtC Hartford, Ky. IN CAMP BORDER LINE The New Goods For The Autumn Season .. amr&rCi& Jfai$U& REINFORCED HOSIERY Snig fit, iWf-- J fy E Kcn-tuck- y Now Occupy all Departments Our Store. For Boys and Girls and . supreme. we guaranteed fast colors, MS MM & '"IM ht l& W ni ill-mad- e, I i out-of-to- er un-der- HmzzMGo, -- Carson & Co Hartford, Ky- Hartford Republican. 00 ro DOLLAR AND A HALF WHEAT o, nc Cen-terto- 12-Ib- Ill C tlmc-keepl- r"eb-run- ry Em-mers- ... one-tliir- I I ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. !MrroerocS Beaver Dam School! September 4, 1916 ' "'"'.' '. 25-lb- B, Sim-merm- an 10-lb- 10-lb- CLAUDE SHULTZ, Beaver Dam, w. )$$$S$$$S$$$SS$$$ post-grad-I'- m - Ladies' Shirt WeJst SeJe S $1.25 Shirt Waist ( (( $1.00 ( (( 75c (( 50c 89c 75c VSSSSSS under tho law, and nre to be form- milk from scorching, rinse the stew-pa- n ed by farmers who desire loans. out with cold water and rub ov"The representation by any person er with a little fresh butter or lard I J IE:r HOTEL of s si oia. HARTKOUD, KY. r 11 P 5 3 C5 nnv v. thnt .... nrirnnlyn tlnn Id ...... nrrnrlm. .u nnn wut.ai.in to make loans by authority of the rami Loan Hoard undor the Fedor-in- l loan act Is false," said Mr, Flan- nnrjmi, "and any attempt to collect money under rucIi representation is fraudulent, and Is punishable by flno and Imprisonment." Mr. Klannagan said Information had been received from Montana, Idaho and other States to the effect that unauthorized persons were so- Q"'"'"" If your wall paper Is smoky or dusty, rub it with a brendcrust. AM tho grime will come off. To freshen lemons which hnvo become hardened, soak In hot water glassware To toughen or lamp chimney, fill a pot with cold water and add flomo common salt. Immerse tho glassware In this pot mud boll well; then cool slowly. This will resist any sudden change of tem- POjVMLM WASHINGTON, Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law Will practice his profession in Ihli nnd adjoining countUo. CominexchU I nd Crlnilu.il Practice ft Spoclulty. T W.IDKHTIIATTON' Crmiiwell.Ky OTTtM' D.C. lOFAMERICAN In a cltjr where good hotels abound, the Powluun heads the llnrtlonl. K; 4UlkS perature. To whiten clothes which hnvo become yellow soak In buttermilk for one week; then wash as usual and they will come out white. To remove a scorched tasto from food removes the vessel instantly from the range and set it In a pan of cold wntor, letting it remnln thcro for live or ten minutes; nt tho end of that time the scorched taste will have vanished, leaving It as nice ns before. Paint Brush Guard. When painting celling or high wals, one Is often annoyed by the paint running down tho handle Purchase a large rubber ball, cut it In half, make a hole through the mlddlo of this, and push tho handle of the brush through it, leaving the cup side toward the brush; shove the ball up as near the brush as possible. This wilt catch tho paint and can bo emptied out when filled, thus saving the hands, also tho paint and floor. To pre- servo the rubbers for the fruit cans, cover with dry flour. When wanted ror uso removc-tii- e Hour witu a dry cloth, and they will be as soft and pliable ns when new. Any rubber goods may be preserved for years In this way. When cooking very sour fruit, such as cherries or cranberries, add n very little salt to each quart, and It will ns much only tako about one-hasugar to sweeten. To prevent tinware of any kind from rusting, rub well before they have over been used with lard; heat thoroughly, wipe dry with cloth. Treated In this way while new they will never rust. Home and Farm. lf Ho liciting subscriptions there. said farmers should plan the organ- It U first ta.tfeerhttrt!of It countrymen, V lt liit.w STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession In this and djolulng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt Specialty. and vigorous service- - .Votary In office 50c 39c ization of loan associations. "Dut,", ho said, "no money should bo paid now in connection therewith to any person for stock or expenses, no matter what tho representation may be." MuuIiik Kllniiiiittes Squirrel Tall. Squirrel tail or tickle grass delights in the early summer of every year to wave its silky blooms In meadows and pastures. It appears especially along the edges where the grass has been somewhat trampled out. While young tho flowerhead seems to be soft and silky, but when it gets ripo it becomes hardened and when found In hay In largo numbers it Is very irritating to the mouths of live stock, in some of the Western States causing serious trouble. Squirrel tail is an annual spreading only by seed. To get the best of it mow the infested patches in meadows and pastures often enough during the late spring and early summer to prevent seeding. Faithfully repeated for several years this method will quite easily get the best of the squirrel tail. Squirrel tail does not cause much bother In corn, and in cases where the grass stand is very poor it may be wise to plow and put $ to corn for a year or two before again 1 seeding down. s Hi4b Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. ssvws$f;$sfl The Towhatan it refineJ. exclusive, and restful, lit excellent location on Penntylvama Avenue, 18th and II Streets, make! it a desirable headquarters lor bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions. Schools and . colleges. The Powhatan "attracts" the people ol culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, also to many Interest, points of historical 'makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub- 0.E.TAYL0IU.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. lic DR. The Johnston Harvesting Machinery is made stronger with fewer parts to wear out and break, yet they are easier to operate and will do good work where other machines fail. "We are anxious this to you and any inquiries will have prompt attention. e Certainly Buy a Johnston t line of J repairs for any Machine we sell, j j The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at S1.10, 32.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, 32.10, $1.00 and up. V7r!te lor bootltt with rnip 0. E."HART SURGEON DAM, KV. IlKAVMl VETERINARY Office CLIFFORD M. Manager, . LEWIS. e j at '.iiiihi.i.i,,..,,-'!..1:- .',.. .ifl- Jiuncs Talor' Livery Ilnrn. I t& and TRADE-MARK- S all evuntrie or no re. l obtain THAT paten tr obtained In Nad irod.t, fliotocr ittteh for FREC report on patentability. U years' rraetloa. SUR PASSING RCFEPIENCES. Tor (no Oalde Hook on l'roflc.bl. Ilb-nt- . writ, to ipenM. alulli.ip yuu lo rocr our S03.BOS Sovanth wHanintiTun, Strset, d. c. We Carry a complete We also carry repairs for Deering, McCormick, Milwaukee and Champion Mowers and will be pleased to i furnish you anything in this line at reasonable prices. We can rebuild your old machine. I A. B. Row & Son I Centertowri, Ky. A T - FARM DEPARTMENT Making Catsup. Making catsup is quite an art, but If directions are followed one need not fail. In getting tomatoes for catsup be sure they are of the red variety, d and thoroughly ripe. solid-meate- the best ears growing under ordinary conditions may be chosen. By selecting seed cither at husking time or from the crib, the grower picks out ears that grow on unusually fertile spots or often with a single plant In a hill. The Ohio Experiment Station has obtained gains in yield of more than three bushels per acre by selecting seed in the fall from standing corn. Home and Farm. Are You Feeding Hogs or Wee? It has been estimated that a hog has 92,000 drops of blood. If the hog is supporting 1,000 lice and each louse takes one drop of blood per day what per cent of the blood will bo lost daily and who will pay the bill? Using a coal-ta- r solution (1 per cent, as a dip or a spray Is recomground. mended for summer treatment but It is not necessary to remove tho there are other mixtures equally efa kettle without water skins. Put in fective. Theso are: 1. Equal parts and boll until thoroughly soft. Mash oil mixed tothrough a flno sieve until only seeds kerosene and machine gether and applied with an oil can, and skins remain. To each gallon brush or swab. 2. Crude oil (thinls of this liquid add three level ned with kerosene if too thick) apof salt and plied with a brush or as u spray. tublespoonful of red pepper. Place Crudo oil applied to the backs of tho again in the kettle and suspend in it hogs slowly works over tho greater a little flannel bag containing for part of the hog's body but should be tovnt t ntilnannnnf ilia nrli cnllnti twn .applied to tho ears and both flanks of whole allspice, four level table-- 1 Spray tho beds and pens with a coal- spoonfuls of ungrouud white or yeltar solution. Farmers Homo Journ- low mustard seed, one level of whole cloves, two level tablespoon fills of unground celery Cucumber Catsup. seed, one ounce of stick cinnamon, Twelve largo ripe cucumbers. three ounces of green ginger root that Four medium-size- d onions. .has been cleaned and scraped. Now Peel the cucumbers and remove all drop in two largo wholo unions. Grate tho cucumbers and Bring to a boll, stirring frequently seeds. to prevent scorching, and boil until , cJ1P the onions flpc. Mix well to the mixture begins to thicken. Add gether. Put it in bag and let drain one pint of vinegar and three level over night. In tho morning squeczo tablcspoonfuls of sugar. Continue out all the remaining water. The boiling until tho mixture becomes so Juice from tho cucumbers must be thick that when a teaspoonful Is re- well removed in order to preserve moved and placed in a saucer no wa- tho pulp with vinegar until about tho ter will run from It. Removo tho consistency of horseradish. Add pepSeal in airp per and salt to taste. onions and splco bags, put tho or bottles, sterilized In tight Jars. It will keep Indefinitein Jars boiling water, and seal or cork whllo ly and will retain tho fresh cucumhot. If kept corked catsup made by ber taste till tho last. This is n delicious meat relish. tbis recipe will keep Indefinitely, table-spoonfuone-quart- er tuble-spoonful cat-uu- vegetad Defective and Wash well bles are not dependable. and cut out all soft and unripe spots. Use an aluminum kettle, but failing that, a good enameled or porcelain-line- d preserving kettle; never use iron or broken granltoware. Catsup must be made quickly; lonk cooking darkens tho product. Use whole spices whenever possible, save, of course, , sayenne, which should be half-ripene- 150-pou- For Fertilizer. Wood Wood ashes, prepared by burning the wood In the air, contain on an average 5 to 10 per cent of potash. t The contents of potash Is determined WILL YOU upGUARANTEED SERVICE Colic, Cholera mill Chamberlain's by the species of plant, the soil TAKE One hundred rcr cent Dlurihoeu Remedy. on which grown, and the portion of value. Special work for W. This is a remedy that every amlly potas,h is in the plant burned. The O. W. a highly soluble form, and unless the should be provided with. Colic and W. F. STEVENS, ashes are protected from the weath- - diarrhoea often como on suddenly A Treatment n. F. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. ,er will leach away and be lost. Pot nml it Is nf the creatpst ImnortanCQ Representing Continental yTLbjs for WEAK ash must, however be in tills soiuuie that they be treated promptly. ConMarble & Granite Co. form to be of value for fertilizing sider tho suffering that must be rsLiii,iiii.w k mMr . ti LUN6S or until a physician arrives or purposes, UI1U wuuu iiwira juuycii.t ChamCONSUMPTION cared for are a valuable source of medicine can bo obtained. supply. Farmers who use wood for berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarfuel should store all the ashes pro- rhoea Remedy has a reputation secfeetfne. A quick relief for Itist tired, place, since ond to none for tho quick relief duced in a weather-tigh- t couch i, pains In chest, nleht sweats, hemoreveryrhage!, weak luots or contumpllon. If II does by so doing they may assure them which it affords. Obtainable net help yoa It costs yoa nolhtof. m ( selves of at least a small supply of a where, SL1,K"u.6J? OHIO MEDICAL CO. fertilizer ingredient otherwise almost unobtainable at present. To become a skilled aerial observBones are another source of fertil- er requires no small amount of trainu FOR PERSONAL izer material which should not be ov- ing. Even with the aid of aerial Dissolved in water for HYGIENEstops douches Ground bone has long maps, which try to depict objects as pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam erlooked. ud CURE been recognized as a valuable fertil- they look from above the untrained mation. Recommended by Lydia E. izer material, and as a source of observer several thousand feet above Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, acid its use antedates the earth has much difficulty in dis- - ' sore throat and sore eyes. Economical. phosphoric w cleanius sad Germicidal Dower. that of phosphate rock. Haw bones tingulshing objects for what they I Hl citroofaWry 30c. all draiguta. or StsaleFrM. rettpui by I contalnes from 20 to 25 per cent of really are. The earth assumes a ymaj. ThtPaxlonTcJrtCMiiMiiy. Botoo. Mf. phosphoric acid and 5 to C per cent very squat appearance, slate roofs of nitrogen. There are many meth- become pools of still water, and tents ods of treating bones, but probably are indistinguishable from boulders, C8S!f?sHS t&m OVER G5 YCAR3' tho simplest and most satisfactory while troops standing motionless are EXPEHIEMCE JIND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. for the small operator is to reduce said to be almost Indistinguishable GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY them to bone meal. They should first from clumps of foliage. The Amer OR MONEY REFUNDED. 's be thoroughly steamed, say in a Boy. ican er such as is used for producing lime sulphur, after which they should be Trace Marks dried and ground to meal In a bono Designs to mill. Such a mill can bo secured nt Copyrights &c. r. nketrh nnd rteicrlptlnn mT Anvono small expense and may be used for ejnf !7 i.som kii n r opitili u trvo wuciiht mi The Invention t priitinbir p acuiriMn. f uriiiiuinlrji. other operations on the farm. tlonsMrictlyrmtlitontl d. HANDBOOK cm I a! cuts n ant nrrrwnrn. Scfc4modeL -.. sent free. tl lot i r icy fur rururmi; patents. bone meal so produced ,may be appliGntwitUC rwtuvu.1 rr w ikuhswh"ti''V Talents InUeii tlirmiuli Jlunti &. Co. runlTc lrresvVv if w to cilsun wunti, trJ'i taJtAil wood nvrul nutlet, without cuarco, la tho ed direct or In combination with Coi.TrlittiU. tic, N ALL COUNTRIES. I Jiusintst turret With II athkngton sa vt luUi ashes. Tho application of wood ashScientific moury ami ojifH yaie hi. es and bone meal to tho soil furnishPatent and Infringement Practica Exc.uilvoly. A handsomely lllnntratart weekly. TJirccit rlr. tirnjil. Oernm. 13 n eululiuti i.f any MiontlUa Yrito or romo to ui at es the necessary constituents of a . yeir: iur montM, tL bo! Jul all ncwsdi-alcr110 Eighth Stmt, star Cn:tJ BUt Ffcloat Ci:, I complete fertilizer phosphoric acid, WASHINGTON. D.C. fl1UNN&Co.30D'MNewYork FARM LANDS and City Residences nitrogen and potash. ikuictx officii, ta Y BU Waabliutou, U. C now selling at a low cost, are A method of composting wood ashbut don't expect It to bo so ales and whole bones, which Is said ways. If you over oxpect to own In Russia, Is as folto have originated your farm or your homo now Is lows: the tlmo to buy. 3 or 1 feet deep wood "In a trench ashes and whole bones aro piled in WE HAVE several farms listed in m slsiT JeV Ohio county and they can be alternate layers, each about C Inch5 had for reasonable prices and es deep. Tho lowest and the uppermost layers are of ashes, and each liberal terms. If wo do not ZMSShrj&ZXiJ' have tho particular farm you layer of ashes Is saturated with wi-tvx . auuiUi wo will make efforts to get I Celebrated (or style, perfect fit, simplicity sn as soon as It has been laid. UpK reliability neatly 40 years. Sold In nearli V right stakes are set in the trenches it for you. R every city and town in the United States an by null direct. told thai of about 3 feet at tho IF YOU want to move to Hartford E Canada, or make. Send (or More catalogue. at intervals tree f any other beginning, and they are withdrawn whero our children will have tho McCALIS MAGAZINE any other faihtoa More subscribers than after eight or ten days' time. Into advantage of a good high school 1 magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lai. est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, the holes which the stakes have left notify us. Wo have houses and plain sewing, fancy needlework, halrdrcsslng, enough water is poured to saturato etiquette, good stories, etc. cents lots for snlo and believe you can W year (worth double), IncludingOnly 60 pattern.s a free anew tho ashes. At the end of two select one from our list to your f Subscribe tuday, or send for sample copy, months, when the bones have become WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS liking. 1 ii"' to Agents, Poital brings premium catalogue 11 softened, tho heap considerably J and new cash prUooflcis, Address bo thrown over, moistened, WE HAVE a comfortable homo In OK licCAIl CO. should is 2IS H. J7Ut St.. NEW YOU Hartford, modem improvements and allowed to ferment nnew. This i and a good garden In cultivaprocess should bo repeated nt inter300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS tion for sale or rent. I'luco vals ns often ns necessary. Five XfEJlV Informed of the. World's Progress In Tents for $10 a month. tnElneering, Mechanics and Invention. For months nnd three turnings should bo Katheratiu Son nrwl AM Ihn Vnmilv It .nn..t. t. St. Louis sufllclent." to all classes Old nnd Young Mea and Women OUR GERMINAL REMEDY XjssBlvsV ed J Every Woman Wants FOR ON MONTH KILL the COUCH the LUNCSI .1 I I Dr. King's New Discovsrjf for ,&&. boil-hog- ISffi 'fronfvr' 1 . noAi-imf- Estate! ..- Hnierieaih ir RE DDPDA KED 13WiSS sssvAsV er de-sl- ro fTIWifP Ti r rrrr iTit V POPULAEMCMNICS ASAGAZINB . i. n s uTuruu jtinuasine m luou.tiuaaox lornee throughout Uio world, Our t'mvlrn OorrMpouileiiu are eon.tautly on tho wtffS for tlaaiis new and lutcreitlua and It Is Globe-Democra- Seed Corn Now From The StuudliiK Crop. Are you going to wnit till spring to pick out seed ears for your next corn crop? Although this may be a custom, tho exporiouco of the most successful growers shows that seed selected from standing corn In the fall yields more than corn taken from tho shock or crib. By fall selection Select Hew are of Fimn Loan Solicitors. Washington. Secretary Flanna-naga- Call on or address u, Electric of tho Fcdoral Furm Loan Board, has Issued a warning to farmers that solicitors aro busy in several Stntes without authority of tho board, attempting to collect money for tho organization of ho National Farm , Loan Association. Such associations are authorized IlouseIiol(VlleliN. Flroprooflng Children's Clothes. When there is any danger of children getting so near as to ignite cotton dresses, add alum to water in which they aro rinsed. This rondors tho fabric fireproof. To prevent milk or food cooked in TIN8LEY & BAHNETT Real Kstuto Agents, Succeed when everything else falK In nctvous prostration and female i weaknesses they ore the supreme 5 remedtf. n thnusanrin hnvn teuilfiefl itters "BMisHcrwnn Hartford, Kentucky. Republican Office. Botb Phones, it is the mat FOR KIDNCY, LIVER AND STOMACH TBOUBLE best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE V no. MKIUIIH MWMttVIIIUAIig ISymaa tO UO tlllllP. imnm flm llnniA anuUur M.ch.nlc. (17 hml for the Jloja ontl v..t..(..wiimviuuiU.lUlDll1klVlllI10WIOln&kltliri hnsluea, llout., Huow IfM ana lnleurai.uOntUU hoot JewHrr. Uje.1 Furniture, eto7 Uoutalna in truitlona lor tho MOkhaulc, Camper an jBuorLman SI.SO PER VfAR SINCLl; y... M4.l.r M Slrtcl !, COPIES. ISc Mr lr u yhlUh SaiapU copy will t aont on nguul. Written So You Can Understand It . ... .r.w 7.?.,.f. pr? w?? nnu I'm"! i" ..v, .uh iu niw(i it or .? wurs lor uu i.j wh mmmmmmmmm FORMER CONSUL WOULD f. Tti ?sw!HrMS!Pwtr Tmaniir" NctContenta 15Tl.iId.Pradin ! rospectfully offorcd as a substitute for tho President's strlko message to Congress. DISCARD ALLIES' FLAG fcgj CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. H S5 j gggogflB Since a certain dato In June last, the very mention of tho name of T. ST. JOHN OAFFNHY DECLARES Theodore Roosevelt strikes terror to tho hearts of the Democratic managWHITE l.OUHi: IS VICIOUSLY PHO-RHITIS- It Always Helps tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to dp aiw of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give ers. says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's Mothers Know That CASTORIA AVetfclabtcIYcrkintiontbrAi Genuine Castoria alcohol- - 3 rimcnra simiUiUiitf,UicrowlanalIu iicssniidRcsl.Coulatog Opium.MoipliInciiorlBna lYomolcs DiycsUoaCIiccrful Always Bears the Signature of j M In Not NaKCOTIC. jttTSSSUBXUBBia '"? JlKtHhSfti' StlA JWIfW w- i rsi ,.w- -' ft )lli'trirrarumr ,p V ti9.SoSu;u-- -; nornis.it-'"'.'"-,. AiKrfcaliiyrorCoibt M Use For Over jacSiiaiIcsinalnrcot T,iECETlEnC0MrAn'- vew Xiii Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC CCNTAUIt OOWnNVT, NKW VO CITY. Starck Pianos No Money InAdranco Saiisjfao (ion Gnar LovrentNet aateed Fa o PriooH y Terms) Eail.dt A Saving of SlOt) to A. STARCK FRCSIQCNT 200 From Fac- tory Direct JHJ tJyrfHy amj; fcrC aVsLflkft We will ship jou a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will pUy uion, uso and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the highest Rrado, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at pcrfec liberty to send It back, and we will. In that merit, pay the freight both nays. T )i Starck Piano must make good with you, or there 1b no sale. Save- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL $150.00 or More at -- M , M Easy Payments You pay no cash down, but after 30 days of trial, you can brirln payment on the low. cat. easiest termi ever augsted by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and It (a possible for you to buy a phno for your home, without cot a of jour piano. We guarantee to furnish you a better piano for the money thin ) ou ran secure You ara asmireil of recelin(; prion that aareTou upward o( $160.00 Is he utlifactory twrtt toned durable high grade 2n-Hand We ship direct to you from our factOT, piano. mlwlrie the mony. OK.Vnnv Oisnmjstaai Every 8tarck Piano 1 guaranteed for 25 years. This Kusraates has back of It our 31 years of piano experience, and the reputation ef an rejponaible piano house. aiarcx Playar-nau- Bargains 50 Fra Music We have constantly on banJ a tarre number ot slightly used and aecond band pianos of all standard makes taken In exchange for new Starck Pianos The follow, and Player-Pianolog are a few sample bargains i Lessens Weber Stclnway Chickering Kimball To ercry purchaser of Starck Plartoi, we give tree music leuona. in one of the beat known schools In Chicago. Then lessons you ran take In your own home, by malL This represents one year's tree Instruction. Starck $110.00 92.00 90.00 95.00 199.00 Stare Player-iMaart the hnt and mnit beautl nil PIer Pl jo tha Tou win oe -- ' market. lighted with the many ex clushe features of these) wonderful instruments, and will be pleated with the very low prices at which they can be secured. a) Send today for our new beautifully illustrated plana book which sires you a large amount of Informs, tion regarding pianos. This book will Interest and pleats you. write today. Piano Isolt Fraa Send for our latest complete Second hand bargain Hat. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1313 Starck BUfi., CHICAGO asasssa.saaasasssMsasaasjsj ') X THOS. E. MOSSJ Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. ' . Mr. Hughes finds It dlfllcult to please the Democratic newspapers. Now York, Aug. 30. T. St. John Prior to his Western tour they Oaftnoy, former United Stat6a con- mourned over his silenco and now sul general at Munich, Germany, who they rave because ho talks. was recalled several months ago by President Wilson for his alleged unThe attitude of the Democratic neutral utterances, on his arrival hero press indicates it Is that of extremo today denounced the American diplo- disappointment that Hughes docs not matic service as endorse Mr. Wilson's admlnistra- When the Frederick VIII reached tion. Klrkwell on tho trip to Now York the Urltlsh olucorH gave Gaffney a According to tho Democratic press. thorough looking over, Inspecting his State Republican Election Commisn trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, person nnd his personnl belongings. sioner, Tom Jackson, went up to and it always does me good." Ho assorted that they took his prion tho Frankfort, patted Keenon Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, vate address book and two $100 back, kicked Oldham under tho chin, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanbonds of tho Wisconsin Edison Com- defied the Governor and his satellly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's pany nnd violated his rights as an ites, appointed the 120 county electonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui American citizen. lie Intends to (lie tion county commissioners and quietfor your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing a strong protest with tho United ly repaired to his home at Lebanon. women for more than fifty years. States Government. Verily, this fellow Jackson must be "I would like to pull down tho n mighty man. rirltlsh ling In America," said Gaff164 ney, when he arrived. That ho had How to Give Good Advice. over stated, as reported, that ho The best way to give good advice would like to seo tho German Hag is to set a good example. When othover the Capitol at Washington was ers seo how quickly you get over your denied by Gaffney. cold by taking Chamberlain's Cough ; "No," he said, "I did not say I Remedy they nro likely .to follow your would like to see tho German Hag example. This remedy has been In flying over the White House. What uso for many years and enjoys nn I said was thnt I would like to help excellent reputation. Obtainable evhaul down tho English flag from the erywhere, m White House. Tho atmosphere of the S) a. White House Is viciously Community Life. Wilson reads tho London Times and Do Americans truly realize the retho Post nnd would rather believe markable social and economic changwhat they say than the truth." es now taking place through the Because of Gaffney's outspoken- agoncy of tho small-tow- n and rural ness In airing his sympathies num- schools? Prof. James onco declarX KfasWiKaasssaTrS erous sharp tilts between him and ed that most people are old fogies of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed other passengers occurred on the at 25, that they have gained at this by 250 short stories of adventure, estzsiac&efli i trip. ago hard-snotions and a safe , win maite John G. Simon, who is connected means of making a livelihood, and Rice & Hutchlns, a shoe con- that they henceforth travel In a comwith cern of Doston, asserts that he heard fortable rut. There Is undoubtedly Gaffney, In tho smoking room of the a marked tendency among American Frederick VIII, about two days out rural teachers to avoid such a conc from Klrkwell, say: "I wish I were dition; they are realizing that the the man that shot tho torpedo Into teacher who never does more than Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pagej the Lusltanla." Others tacitly ad- he Is paid for never is paid for more Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of remark, than he does. They are realizing mitted that they heard the Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best among them United States Consul tha the day Is gone when the school-hous- e minds, the'best the world can produce for you and everyone returning General William F. 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Uncon The Republican and Kentucky Farmer a day from tho Federal Treas sciously, perhaps, J23.9C tho rural and ury for managing tho "Democratic town school has been preparing for The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 Campaign In Kentucky, congressman some time for this change, through 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Cantrlll Is evading postage on his the vitalizing of community life, campaign lotters by abuse ot tho through the Infusion of genuine hu- The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Frankllng Privilege. man Interest into tho existence of . country and town. In short, the To the Republicans It Is a gleeful school teachers are making rural life a.i.ixtiiotn n atxn dint. Fjtanlev madlv ns varied and as Interesting as city heading tho Kontucky Democracy for Hfo. From "Tho Country School's tho rocks. Go to it, Owsloy, go to by Carl Holllday In tho It! American Rovlow of Reviews. h. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Get a. 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