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OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. I HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. po'lciCB, nccoidtng to Itepro- Bt'iitntUa Martin II. Madden, who do-- ( dares that eory Inwjness man ho knows Is working among Jils fronds HUERTA FOLKS QUIT MEXICO JUDGE LURTON PASSES AWAY ( to av lia busLics from complete riiiii." Representative MaCllou n.i)S, In part: ' ) lug whether there whs any tvlicf Jn s.ght from t'ie lias new depression. i These men Include many who voted Ray for tlio iidinlnstmicin. but all they desiru u ciiangp, and wtfi got t jWQ Military Trains Ran Ahead Was Appointed by President Taft People of Middle West Will Wel l tlio nrsi opporiuwiy. Who Way Snowed And One Followed With "BiMlium men aro askc in study come Chance to Vote psjeholcgy ntul imagine the'r busl-neHim, Troops. Js flourishing- - Tlio only trouble' Wilson Out. Jn tjnat psoho!egy 's not as easily .U I Juggled in tlio large business centers 10 llv-- At was Jn tjio President's class-- 1 Mexico City, July lh by .what mnm." , Chicago, July nVlnrk-- 4iin!irlit fi'o f.imllv of Pro3i- - a3 to Onv hoars on the Btrcot, in the Jioto's, Hucriu. and other relative and joint 'tojjifill Uio .vacancy on tJiQ The Income tax has aroused con-'deSa,,lc3 m E- - M- HeU.cs not ask Congress to foli- oon tnii.m,!i:ul otlior p'nces where lma bench caused by the boati'llty Jn tbo Middle Wist, c1,xjo fnemla left the capital for Vera promo who wore being In Che 8ed wl assemble, tlio majority of tlio people t 11... aixv-i- l train. daalBi of Associate J t kit,' co l.urbon. his advice, nor does be propose tx go ra"u OI ..l.i.f'.- - M.n ivniitln. ii.n.ri uuw. possum nuniere ' Kentucky, North Carolhiaor C.u- in tlio Mlddlo Wist Mill welcome Uio was anil any Xund t'lo'y tan got uc- - Tl.o train was composed of threo conUnuad Imre today. ,TJio .nanus .of'0 ... ... .I....... t.n f lllttllu ba and preach prohibition c lobac- - Monday njght whon JJ10 residence of .J alaspaso car. Kuuiiliig mean mcuuoneu in connocuon wuu . CXO"',,t' Unl3 d'scrJm- - lctTcr '.,- of Beech Creedc, tww I,J" ,I,K"1 co. were i.vomuiary uuiim mo nuwuiey ..:.! lor.i.er . ,IliayB agaiiiHt jnaustrjal enterprises, . 0411 or 'd attaxked aud phot up, were Jie!d u,,u -with ,,.. ujrus more tlian imy otlur na mUtli. u paMiiiiun upon politics carrying S()0 men. Following H came Taft, menvbors of ,tho cabjiiot and f,oual Jud j, moe has nU,ary lraiu Wllu COO otOon. . of the country tho Contral n bl!jJIlctB, ttlld forehl- - l!lvc3t. tt Oommonwlth to"tho ioiifn ' and suffered by the policies of tho udm'u- - nKinta from Industx.al channels Into trooi-- aboaml- uuiuiiu uiiu.ii) muru was ujuiu I n, .1 i. i. the charco acatneat E. flt. iMarAln uafl w uu UivaaiIS uuu ri (ithji- - ' niftKnYntoM Tlonnmil Cii Llin tariff . h'jU .tnnnlnllLiI T T.t.n f.imilv l.t OraoRil Illanau-- t- dJscualQii m lo flOto cliolce of a any norfections of tho world before UiamisstJl. not lowrwll thecoht of living In any which nro Jn UiQ liand of iwlltlc- - minister of war, also left on a special cesaor to. Justice Lutiton liut no 0nb o'vilization Arter iao lninoaucuon er tfte w1- 'laid a biudinir hand uixin - vu .... .. --UnnA . - 4lrt PiiittvVlt. iK ImnrwT Lf -- Vn4iw an mjiwikiii aa in ' ..aLA re vuuv- - iaWt ,ruu. UUUI ilf n BUUII.U dence for itiom the UMnmonwcoiif att ,t jwiccs of food commoKlltic,wlU show- It is bol'oved Uiat President lfuor- - whom tho presdent might appoint te la vrssl n,y farmers and others 'defendants, Samples and KnlgM, 'Vera-On Uic other band, many factories who aro subJcct ta. General Blanquot and oUw ligh It is not believed that the president ncolno 'Jteld over to await the action of tfcer H k tf . Jiavo cur'a'lcd tholr forces nna re- - that exiwiscs of tiie govonunont, un- - officials will lcao the capital lomor- - nas yet oven cons'aerea any name m . .,. grand Jury, anil their bonds Cxod at r 'connection with tho .vacancy. As a duccd Uio working Umo, bo that the dor Lho ,)rorxctIvo tariff BjUtam. wree rpw morning. . J $750f whIch the ve and We, ".. . . .. reai army 01 juio men ua iuwii "- - jargcly paid by foreign manuractur- - ino pany uoaraea uioirainai vn- - result of Justice Loirtan's death the. . leased- - Kn'ght relied on an ajibf ' 30mdUiIng to Bell. JNow la Ue GuadaJuj, a railroad station .president w U De ca:iea aipon no mane ... Wttich the court held ho falkil to male creaucd and the purchsisvug power 01 ers who jj , Uiodo wlio liav employment has boon Ul0 forpje- -, po miles from Mexico OJty. his first oppolntmnet to tho pupremo. o dlfertrace, about n!i - evidence was Jntjrodaced ?s ' j," way Bu ea I0- -1 nliuecd. tho American consumer has to pay Only a few persons were aware of bench. , to addition to Mr. Taft, Mioso oonaot 'w,Ul obeW3 wl in favor of SanHplcu. A lorfee numbermontiontlJ include Aitoimey Generl f0 Ita'lroads have been Wt hard, not auIta a mud, ior iw. .- - ood: -aril !n thq'r uepartore of sympathizers of the oocwed "MeReynolds, Secretaries Lane and other robt" vjeeo. ospeoiaJ.'y by .tho national oanums- - ddUjon tho Income tax, with ithroned' the courtroom during the HI- -' nvh'rt-i1ircLtlon. but by tho cumulative effect M . Mexico Citv. Julv 14. Pmsldent Garrison. Senator Sol olds of Tonncs- !.. Mbr trial .which consumeSd aU day. y J mlnishod. CncJnnaAl Enquirer, Dem- - Huenta was a guest of honor of the see, a .Co ner Justice ofthe supreme WHAT WDITFR THINKS of years of porsocutfon and naging Judge Douglas Bell, of HopJriaB-viU- e, . legislation, much of which Is of the oc-r French fcoloay banquet t Ohapulte- - court of tjiat state, Frederick W. Leh- who was prominent In dhe i 1 d varloty. , ., uiec In commemoratlpn today of the mann, afonner solicitor general and of the "night riders" fit ABOUT THE CAFETERIAS tn iinnm Vi"dcni Btnlra. deals Ore fall of the bastille. The president one w (the American delegates to the (Hopldnsville some years ago, assist--r". ,. .. HOTELS rUTUNC LONION also waj seen during the Hay In var-- Mexican iwace conference at Niagara l on now cell liepuoiioaus aim ed thq Commonwealth. jilvca wlno-cthey can coniblno ujura rfaccs, land eo far as Falls, and tliat of John W- - Davis of f"auJ lmbl'c One of the thrlllins lnc'denHs; shown MfT'fIC lear'uc1 m lveiaratlons West Virginia, the solicitor general. .uuio canllidato wi)io is neltlier too; LLUUuuUrUr oUSINtuU cou:d Principal Diversion of Los Ange- - by the evidence was tho testimony de- -. Mutual j ptandisax nor Bull Mooaey. Former Prcs'dent Tafis known to aro being mode for his possible of Mrs. W. H. Chumlx, wOio testified . have an ambition to round out his les People Described by parturo from the capital. coiuT&d.ons have been made in Negrand- that Bho took a I 'career t a Justlco on the h'shest! braska and lowu iilong tlioso child and told her to crawl under a a Humorist. and Young Washi'ngtonrJ July 14. Although court Of ttho land. .Whether he Still .In wxm. of tjieljddlo NVosteni Later Not bed Jn her room nvhftle the house wns - A..,.-- . lraM.m.ljUii mWv it .1... .the rqjjnation pf Hu?rta Js , confi-. - che.rlshe that ambition 's liot knowm ' being riddled wjlth bujleits omTth-- t" -- ...-,. , , Hostel-rie- s ...... . .... .MM.-- .. .. .. Men Find Life in ..i uy 1110 oiato uoieiri- - 'l ilwindliU runaiiibly o.nco tlio last nene. uvuon jt was reporiea last winuouiy exiK-oiethe ohUd ilaid flat on the dejor diw- mont and Washington diplomats to ter tliat Justice Lurton vias about to ' Tlho prlnciial diversion or tos An- - Jng tb(j entire jioup that tho mob J'xcsldoir.'al election. This is partic More Interesting. nlarlj true In North Dakota, whore occur at nay moment, the Constltu- - retire it pvas suggested that Mr. geles people is eatng n cafeter'as. tryjng goi jier jjjbaud out of by the news, Taft m'sht be offered the place, but I didn't know anything about cafeter- - tjMJ t.ouai;sts, unaffocttd the lurty fa'.ed to nominate n State ouse lm . Chumly eaiid that Ji? .. mll'tary it was tatcl at tho AWiJte House that ias until I got to Los Angeles and ticket. In tho l'resdiouual eltc-i-oti lmrd their & arc prtijsing thluls 'name Jiad not Oiean mentioned- - acted as my own waiter and messen- p a campaign on Mexico O'ty. not muster enough voU to qua! fy Tjl0 l0' which" no sJiota have to wa't niay B0US0 through QiflcJal the desiiatclies roveal that lin offio'ul oircjes it is not thought ger boy. You walk down tho a'sle to for a jdaco on Ui liallot under Uio WUl, joaser before they set law. us tlio nJHht clubs in Villa, w'th 15.000 men. Is ready Tor likely that fche president wlll appoint where there is a stack of trays, take fume nnvileses The prosecution Introduced fevddencw .MlcWgan u'eo affords an examjilo jndon, but hof) ta and Binart restau- - a rapid adTOiioe on tho Mexican cap- - a member of the cabinet icauso of one aud then pick up a napk'n. In thi to eJlow tiiat yjg- - ,vere 2ko In tho of tho practical collaico of the Moose r4Ut3 forces at Jiis Uesiro ( go Uirough Ju& term nro rolled a knife, a fork and a cou- crowd jj,, ttro certainly creating havoc Ital, anld Xliat Obixsson's were maufcd ticket. In the Presidential elcctola anwng tje older, fashionablo clubs Guadabajara are prepaiied to Bweep without a change In lijs official fam- - pie of spoons. You fall nto line, waiie the defendanita sought to bo-a few days. Al- - ily. Befqro tho death of Justice Lur-- slidlDg your tray along Uie. railing tfat njne was maskedi MJlton-Cbuthe Progrcsslvoa cast pomothlng more or Lqnd0n that exist merely pr cji'erly onwiard with'u tlian 152,000 votes, but unblaecd eBtl - Ior poolal Intercourse- defendanUi, wbJJ (though the officials' liave not been ton, the 3upreme court was made up and picking out the things that yu represented the ' i mates now aro liat tho .vote prtob- County Attorney W- H. Gray " of given much to predlotjon, they now o elx Republicans and three Demo- - yearn for most. reaaon," eajd a member They have the prettiest grls be-- Jwiee Dougjaa Boll represented th ably would not cxoooU 36,000. flfoe tfte ilouso cpmmltitee of a famous believe ,the NConsUtutJonal- - crats. By his death the Democratic H Michigan Republicans, It Js said, are WcadiUy clao 'ij, ln Mexteo City In twp or representation dh the bench is re- - hind the dUhes. The managers seem Cwnmoaweaitjlf t w, clubs are l1 , , certain to elect all but one of the boWld bulld&igs three weeks, regardless of what tho Uuoed to two, OhW Justice Whjto and to have searched everywhere lo get jtmes. Thelc I tho prettiest they could find, but I govenunennt does. with a flghftlng Associate Justice Lamar. Under the IteprcsentaUvcs, The Ideal Free Trader. not kept up to date the'r furnish- - Huerta they come out ahead j (s to Diptonrafs chance for the doubtful district. .They 4 dreamer. iWllsoa" pay lid dowr thedr'mcAbep8T'aick 'prevent flhtjng ore working hard and drcumstanccB,- Jit will thpufebt likely- don't see wherealways blear past the -- j namoa'Dlemo- on it. I was Jn the capital, v that also expect to elect tho oatlro State . oes Qf RaolabiJlly' tfeat fat of . of a taansfer of crat for the .vacancy. Furthermore dlshw. away down at tbe end ticket- lauch a JoK"wiy. & mak'o ft popular !tJU the hope Uo with the awfuj -- -... Pernaps ino ciearesi moioauou nrevallJne throuhot't nd they haveaot tie msiins tj pqwer to Uko Constitutionalists may more nos oeen an uuwnuen ruie m me u, " .ciub. what may happen In the noxt nation smarton up tWr club promisee VJwJhg ' bo of footed without further .blood- - .the senate, which must confirm tho was on tho counter- nut iat o, country. But the monufacturej Is nomination that- - the minority repre- - my favorite way of going hungry. Huorja's reslsnatlon, t at election Is given by tho rcoeti. fctoo WPld decrBQ lA uouAndiip'a-c- d. Mr pslientt md your pjatjtude 4r Even wbou they tove boys wd juiniar.ied at Gary and Indiana H&r- - and , would not Jntmedlatoly Mentation rihaJl not fall pejow three realized, I'liuto ar not the tjVlnnJngotWie-waitinyou look along tho dishes caref"' tp bor, InlJ., groat induatrlal contojda, youn'conuwse thfl sltuaon. at any time. compeUtion wtfi to YThfoM was ft t'me r oClio Progressives carried both tUPflO though by some it Js believed - Belief os expressed (n congress you always discover when you pat BMp. Europwui ul&Ma bo aristocrat vw put Pn filfl end of the lne that there ' exit from power means pday that Um president wIU make down at the atel towns in tlio Joat olootlonli9t of Wa Zathor'B dub4 iu as Jio Huerta is something that you want (dock Since then, for various reasons, wn nroduce them. And those nfrrii fnr a nuhlla school, whllo hi XV'ght from the country, some the appointment before adjournmanit- at (the beginning tthd mat Were, aro .be conJioJd to tlio 3p tliat tho nominee may , his cradle work Jias boon "siotty" and ecarce. h Constitutionalists Jiere cheaper than Americans vu ui- nrweu mi umo ." ia Mm aisn-1wiu iuie wj" cuiiijKuuw miu " cau produce Uiem, too, and untu iwa- ..0. ,aUj yoara however, the young uo:iei inai uio iuejM.ri.uro 01 s fumUy mcaiis only have been unable to secure u that Huerta is court at the beginning Df the fall uisp. 'ges are reduced all along the line-bocomo moro .buslnosiaiko j You get a plate of soup here, run Plough orders Jo keep tho raIs and mceaaurcs. term Jn Ootobcr- American aji j.reivirlng for dwpnxvta IJtfe lmWf Wa6Uur ... over , iwn vood for usparasus.tllieni factories can run on moro than 50 forces manufactories misy. uihi uiousaaos ur an such a h'- - raUy of PoJeral cln3,durod r03,dW1C0 Bt Annthpr Ohfn fniintv Rnv Matrps start back to town ror a piaio men were laid off. Thcwo oltlea may JiotQj g 4;ot & clioanfui aiwlo tor u which lie JiJmsclf may command- . per cent- - of tho'r cainacjty, anil not I prunes. By tlio tjmo your tray .. ia,..- ..-.zw laiKii aa li,Tt tnnnh n onnti n4 t.llrt .RllPO- ri pki wuu-uow- lder3 r0i(xn ..... ..... .1 Itl ...il ta.n ...vl .lt J yuu u uooa in ine nest. auu , iiiou uu"u laA tore. In the recent prJnifir.es tjio ,110- increase tholr oanaoJteB. Tho mill,ltml. -- ..d ho Wlli lr0 ou try to hurry on, uui inoro , . Mr. Wl!l!o Martin, of Sherman, til. Notice is Jiereby glen that a tax, publicans rocelcd DO per cont uf the Jl0W Bglnrt ma of aro aiopQ cheorfuli .., . -" u w-.. per, or iu per cent. Texas, is visiting wis iai:nor, air. ote 'i Gary, tao Democrats coumry, the tJme Jn forty years. jg UQ u however, to or an assessment (buy Mr. front cf jou who is trylug to owt pr con- - Marion '.Martin, at Sunnydalo. uo WomlV( oId acout You j cent and lrogrctslvta a jwr cont. ln .inUcJ'tt, Uia, tlu) jnao,, oiub is Go V1 ulon 10 assess- - Martin want West about ton ears tliem out. After tho thick, heavy- OlopubllcaiiU ro- Indiana Harbor the ,,r ho hard con- - atrucUon Jias been ilevled and Trader of thla ceutury. sot man has la'u 111 nis summox niowt. j, wlllle ceived 0 jier cent pf jho yote, the best ed against each Jandownuer Jooatili aSo1 and ,.ithfe is Jils first vJd't back of Uie isiMili uiloii oi. Incmbcn-hl.- vnnr tr.iv alone till VOU , you .n.. ""!...,...,.. the L. M. vuiu, . i .. '.a uj oiu lujiuutii; i.iumu w wu ki viii 1... - -C, and tho. Pogncus ves Domocrata wield tio cluu over your terronz- vmi'il sonii Sf-- tlifllll flllilJ Ul). wjllllll . .. cu .I Um..u n itlin u'. frioada and roiatlves. Ho Jiolits a ro- - 3iw o a fa'i" nlxa liAKMII J subjects. Pueblo ICol-- Onluloa. per coin- i,.jw 0jul) limB(. uecwll0 nioro dome- - V. C. Knott, ot aj., ciiija- - duo ww eurams uv .. . ..., lUol, auwuitn 'of these ot sponsible position at a handsome sal- two oltles B. W. Taylor, ot at.. rh.. Dltcu ar' wliUl a thoTito u D- - Jlar:,u' I1U conipany in Tex- - tray till jou beg'u to wondor wjiere Election Commissioners Named blamo Cm Democratic aUmlnlatrali'on " ot tlm ar,tsra- - of -- " u Taq j"- ,uui as- - Ho will bo n Kentucky uuout ,. Drainage districts, resiieatlveiy. or Rnvernor for. Uioir condition. TJiey say Uio.r c' '., ,. " .... .i. i i ii. . a ulii) of what you owe. This Is to ,, -. u iwaowmu.,,. , nope ior iiroaiH.-n.i,oniy ,h..M1. ....,1 MWf Ky-- , July 13. Gov. Frankfort bo paid na you go ut. It always ouUs coat jun.ub!lcan iarty and lta pollc'os.;, . y, ,l0tol ooaiit. based upon the original Jn g,,. , S. W. Hasor In tfld cents never dn flvo or ta. MoCrey reapoJnted ,'of coiistnicUou . on cacji Hand ownicr Would Prohibit the Growing of iaity areuo xuai iuo imeai- ' uutived, and Uiey have enough uuu i.il iiluj oiitru,!. 'uli. 0.11U111V1 .- iniw, A person always thinks that he is of OwwUboro as Democratie part is forma,Uy pf - mtwiuctIon,,locato1Tor Tobacco. "J. Ul Ct V; t ber of tlve atato board of eJectioia cheaply wihen getting off more r ot of exiierbiiuuto for tiie present. Him- - but aa C- ttU clutfl SUQa . , Burroughs, the cqlobratod ouds.iu nine.. Homor Croy in iLos- - conussloners, und apjolntd R. r. John u,ndlu ."--Jas would ox uex'us u, tu siuutcfu iv. lotu-i- . and friend bf Col.V .w,- - .- , rttsenntment of it wouM bo nwnlfost- - -- " """ w' "", if ior Krcist. ot Ooviustou. tho ReuubUean ,'"T naturalist, author Treasurer rt Oh o county, .where Roosevelt, lias announced tliat uo HOW Indiana Farmers Will Yote. nwmbor, who resigned to bocome a and Uo depression whloh 1ms Bottled wa 8taro0 a Uw tax may 'bo l.ld without cost Pf would prohibit tho growing of tobac over aJl Uie big industr'al dlstrlcU burgh Leader, tho uomlnatfou for Almost every caller at this pfrice caudjdato, for collection if paid before August 1, co if het:oud. Ho does not see "how haa nujio it exooedvngjy dlfftcuU ror pomocrats , United States SMiator 1914, after which date the unpaid any civil zed nun can uso tobacco reports from ouo to threo them to save Uioir homes. As it is, Owensboro Optical House. portion, will be placed In tho haidB In any farm. Mr, Burroughs is an in this Immediate nejlgaborhood who Juuvy mioyitgagts Jiave boea A wumcoiiu -- .Gotuiuvm iorous of anuouiiced tyior IptUnUbu . jaaa uiwji them, .aud tlioro s not Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used or the SHiriff ot' Oh'o county IWr authority 'an nature, but Ills ideas Jvi"0 au--- . aga-iiIbis at which time an addi- of civilization arc liot in harmony supporting tlio Republ'cflu'ticlet Hard Torkjns mother- - aaiu jwu much prospect of lifting thorn unUJ "lasseB mado by R. C. Hardwlck's co'.Ioction, ho who think yar. there Ja u rud'eal cjuuigo for Uio Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my en- tional sum for collection will, bo with those of Vcd. CJu,rlio docr t trust toe." that S. T. BARNETT, they are clvill-c- d aiil lUe under the by tire satisfaction., Ills house and ma- - addul. better 'eayJnfc?" ' wj to toqN kPWWJ laws ot clvllliat'jon Mx. Burroughs tbey for 'inaklue lenses are the Pree. Ohio Co- - Board bralnago Comr, men of Illinois, each as chlnery Jtuslnu-in- - t "NoUuu. ,.(- - fitmnfttnt But ho insJata on u- .k AlitoA; In Wt S. TINSLBY. knows more, about the woods and tho a,nuuittco of one," aro working moat complete but the State, and hfi It2 " Btato lng tlus Wad 'of a razor that I cant experienced, CJrK --of Board haunts of wlAl.aaniroa.'a than' any teitwU -- ro at ufcVko. Indiana thP HelVL. of Ropretat'ves la employs none lor nhaiyou a lead pcnoU wi"th," ' , Journal- 'Prial- - 'me. C. M. BARNETT. otjvcr mau in America, porhars, Ho Hartford. Ky., June 19, 1914. wo Cincinnati Inquirer, Dem. Paper Gives Conditions. XTZZZZZ. Believed The Dicator Will Death Came at the Age of 1 .. Seventy. oOOfl OllOW. r ( ss lglng wZtyvTSZ bos devoted a long bfo to the study of nature and to association with the POSSUM HUNTERS creautres that nature placed 0:1 tjio cartel, man ulouu excepted. Ho fiire-feOVER Uio Garden of Edou to UH.Q City of Now Yorlt.ithQ cave to the Fifth' avonuc mans on, tlu f jotjia'li through t.io wo.xls to tho macadamized utreot, the pock on V s back to tl'Vo railway Charge Made Against Mar carnage, and 1J10 was of primitive man to Uio ways of what )s called tin is Dropped. civilization. Man in liis civilized dovolopmont can nothor climb trees, lean across mountain chasnw, f gin wiuout r- - House Riddled by Bullets Accord- ficial notions, or live without a cook , ingTo Womans Testistpve. Ho has become a.i inferior product, antl civiliaattou and dageii- mony. ojvuey are uyuionyimou3 term 3 to John Burroughs. Ho would tjicrofore,pro hlbit tlio sain of tobacco, tho rolllne -tU. and the', manufacture, Cnvijle Ky., July l3.The ,. JamlnUns trials of .Mari'ln 11. KnJgiht, rs AREJELD J J, ," nt rf Ci-n- , ''7 1.7 lrt Wt ,,. s ......... u 'r'ou rriu..t. latt-itlr- IJS .... ..,: UsS t,v, -- tl .!. ,0 ...iriZ ' ,, ..J mon - ots fo ,m. ...i" Jr jy I m,,. I " "" pro-ecutl- on JiaJf-bake- by I V 1 . 1 1 1 ... K ,o -- I - - Angl m I " - ..! "" .w - ,,,.', 'P1 au,o .- - frt ...-.rio- n n ....... u!u .. ,,, regU o''s ... t w'a'J ju f w. .,.,.. .. uuw, .l."1"8 4 ,pWi I ' ja.' ,. i'",F .. m, p-- .TfT; theOfontJc'ift'WM FMMit ;. work-Oongri- bs suBiVlbq H 1 irtford Republican. t tti ecordln to t Ky., an mall muttr of Poitoffic ti Mfonil from Vera Cruz, will bo tho next war prohlom. Gcorgo Fred Williams was not giv- COMPETITION SEVEN-CEN- T WITH LABOR duunnA l.ftfnrd, rlnm. en much opportunity waiting." for "watuliful C. VI. BAHNETT, Editor & Proprietor ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor All communications Addrosn (The Hartford Republican. The Treasury Situation. Preliminary f'guros how that dinary receipts exceeded ordinary w'tli 1913, American orex- Eree-Trad- e Enables In Her Iron dia to to penditures during the fiscal year by ?3:US4,452, as conuwirod S32.95S 191 i $39- fu'l-In- and Steel Industry. a for the fiscal ear NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS off of over $0,1)00,000 jn spite of Philadelphia, Juno 2S. "Those who Hnirr1trii ilwlrlnn tlm imiier ""nt to n new an income and corporation tax of are really desirous of uiulrn anting ndilrtw limit sir tin old mlclivm In innllng the $71,3St,15G. Tho receipt from rftqurat. the nature of tlie competition Amwere $26,000,000 J.ss, and from lln.lnw" Local nml NotlrM 10c per line nml Sc erican aninufacturcrs nntl wage earnprr lino for ta Ji mMlilonitl Itnortlitn. Internal revenue about $l,00o,000 less. I)omocr.i-;- c Oliltiinnci, Kmolntlonn unit CnrJ of ThnlfV Tlie showing, while a fairly good one ers are facing under tlie Tar'ff law cuild not fmd a better prr lino nmti.jr In nilvinc. ntandpolnt, for mrrlcen frw. tint other from tlic administration Chimb Villi illustration than itlie ste,ql i.ulury forcshaiiowu large def o.ts 'n coming ehnrcli iiitTertlMMnrDtit, Si ttr line. way of I't onfirconvjut-Tliin iiitl'n-inonviiiouii niiinniiinliiitlttM will receive no jean Alien the Tariff law Bhall be United State Senai'or INnroso made cas of Mrs. Wakefield in O attention. in full oiKsrutjon. There will no: only this statement jestorday after Ills re-- 1 uecticut .s one lia arouses nwre'i'ia'i be oomo $.",000,000 Itss 'n sugar rev turn from Washuigon, where he had ordinary sjmpathy, Kit which the que enue. ..nil adlitioiml IosssJj in cus .123 CMml:o:lani received information through i i.arie tion of Jut guilt doos not f gur An .. CO tom and internal reenue, but larg- - P. ratmota' J4iA.tu.a.l Perm in rigard to a certain steel organization of women has been forma ly sneroused expenditures us well. Inmill n Bombay with which Mr. Perin to save her from (tho gnllo , and cluding the Panama Canal payments, haj P1UDAY, JUIA' 17. beea identJf'ilJ for 10 years. those who are working to Uvij bnd do th-the Government ran about even The Senator expUinod t'.Kt 'Mr. not care an iola as to tho mer.la of year, as it did la-- t, but next jear and Perm Is a consulting ong'neer of the cas. in all future jtars, so long as the ANNOUNCEMENTS. natonal repututou living in New York Tho murder was tho most revolt o present Tariff is In op- and that ho has been associated with ing committed in recent jears. Tlie eration, there Is going to be a lirye a famil of Paneos who liao untler-take- n Iiroof wa3 so strong tliat the jur We are authorize! to announce a candidate deficit, and the income tax will Lave hJiljsli in reluctantly returned a Aordlot of murto develop and rc-Congressman Uon Johnson to bo increased or there muit Ibe a India the iron it.Uu3try (wh'ch was der Ju the first degree. .Mrs Wake- for the Democratic nomination for resort to bonds. Representative from the 4th Congresa very uctie otio tacre 200 jean u?o, ritUI did not deny Jier guilt. Tie but which Jiad jiract'cally d murder was inexcusable. sional district. General primary elecNo mitiga The Shoe Finches. ting circumstances could be iliitnitltt" tion August 1, 1914. Persistent reports emanate. from 4Ttho company with which Mr. Per- ed to lighten the aontonci Tho Wo are authorized to announce Washington that Department of Com il! Is Identified," said Senator Pen Jury did its duty. The Judge sen s making an 4ncsMgat!ou wi a rose, ''ta cndcaoring to bu'Jd a mod- tenced .Mrs. Wakefield Hon. John W. Boyd, of vllacdln coun- merce to death. ty, a candidate for the Democratic the idea of rooon.moiidtng to President em steel plant which will be in a In tills day, when .women are clam duty of one cent a pouud position to compote with manufac- oring for oqual r'ghts, for Iteprcsontatlto in Wilson that nomination when chey into tures of steel rails all oer the world demand to be p'acod on an equal foot Congre&s, from tho 4th district. bj levied on sugar imported Undenvood-Slmon- s and ii ia meat'tig with phenomenal ing with man, they should be a l.ttle General PrimJry uloctlon August fho Uurtod States. Tho away Tarjtf makers threw success. Mr. Perin Baju that their diffident about seeking tho pa f ion 1. 1914. $10,000,000 a year in revenue utiUgave iron ores range from CO to 03 jier of n woman who committed n crime that much to the. Sugar Trust by cent metallic 'ron und that they can which would cauc the'Jtnmcd'atp ex to announce W. adopting '.We ar authorized the free HUgar plan, with no of a ecution wf a man Iliad ho have done SHERMAN 'BALL, ot Breckenrldgo appreciable benefit to the consum- be dolhcrcd for unitthe sime tiling. county, a candidate for the Repuber and with much damage resulting "A steel manufacturer In Coatos-v'll- o The Bentenco of the law shou'd b0 lican nomination for Reurescutatite to Southern cane and Western beet to whom I submittal Mr. Per-in- 's carried out. Justice should not be in Congress from the Fourth d'strlct. sugar lilantoiy. B4itement said tliat in Pcnusyl-van'- a Influence! by sex. Gcoieral Primary election August 1, Tlie aiicome tax lias fallen la GO per cent ore Jb regarded 1914. short of expectations. as very good quality and tliat he TiHp Tariff shoe is pinching ever. paja from 7 cents to 8 2 cents a If it unit. the Wilson admiuistatlon. GOULD TWENTY-SI- X YEARS OLD. back-tacosi sugar it will have to '"Mr. Perjn sajs ithat In Bombay iJbsuc of The Republican ibegins This back-tracon sugar it wril liave to they gut tjio'r coal deljcrcd year. Tlie Ipaper ut the its Bing- foss that ts Tantfusa failure ON works for $1 a ton or less- Mr. many vicissitudes, has ia.ed through - V.) Republican-Heral- d. hamptou (NWorth, or Coatisvjlle, says they aay as Js itrue of alaiiotrt all country news$3 a ton for gsjs coal and $2.50 a ton Mrs. Baker So Weak twonty-ts'Could during .these papers, Hot Sun Through Glass Starts for bituminous coal. years. We have tried at a'l times Not Do Her Work Found Two Eig Fires. pa"Mr. Peruu saj.s that they can put to give our readers an Relief In Novel Way. per and at all times standing lor Henderson, Ky., July 13. Two fires p'g Jrou on the Bhip in Calcutta for 30 or 51 cents a ton. Mr. Worth Isays every enterprise were started In Henderson in an good mora's aiid Adrian, Mich. "I suffered terribly which 'would advance, the general iwol unusual maner from the excess've tliat jt costs Ids f'rm $1 to put a with female weakness and backache and shining ton of pjg iron on shlpboaiil at Philgot so weak that I lano of Ohio county. At tlie same heat. The scorching sun, could hardly do my w ladow, bet adelphia, which Js tliojr nearest, port, t.me we have endeavored to conduct through the plate-- g. work. When I a well equipped job off'co and to sat- on f're several boxes of matches m and it costs thmo $1.S0 to deliver t washed my dishes I isfy our patrons Jn that Hue. We he window display at the Hanicrfi In Jfew York. hod to sit down and ''.Mr. Perm sajs that the labor t!iall bo able to give our readers Vuid Department Store. The storee narrow 1; when I would sweep patrons sfritl iwttor serv'e in Alio escaped dsvstruo:Ion. At the C!a) conditions an Bombay are ,;nter.'d the floor I would get - f& so weak that I would luiurc. we nave contracted tor a Drug Store the excessive heat thol ng and constantly improving.' They p"1 ipt'ck cliango No. 5, Standard lino- several boxes of matches. Here al- ore inde-4jnteiostiis- - 1 should say have to get a drink type WihTch we hope to have install- so the oscape from destruction by that tEiey are abo a'arniing. The every few minutes, and before I did my ed within two weeks. This machine fire was a narrow one. Tlie ther- Bombay mills employ 7,000 men find dusting I would have wh'ch will aibrace all ,the Jatost .vonien natives and 159 EurojKJans. mometer stood at 110, the highc-to lie down. I eot will (take the place of of dtp ear. Showers le 1 tills even- The laroll for the 159 Euroieans is so poorly that my folks thought I was 5 and 10 (per cent iess 'Jian our JumiT linotype, wh'ch Jias loou ing J.0 the partial rel'ef of sencus con beUwccn going Into consumption. One day I tho eutJre jiayrojl lor the. 7,000 na- found in use about six years- ditions. a piece of paper blowing around tivesTliink of tliat. One hundred the yard and I picked it up and read it Unlcia &otkUj!'s is Idone to curb Stops Neuralgia Kills Pain. and flfty-n'u- e Europe an workers jgot It said 'Saved from the Grave,' and n foro'-mmiu'-atiointo this country told what Lydia E. Pir.kham's Vegetao Sloan's Liniment ghos instant re- aluiost as much money as 7,000 of the charaotor which is crowding ble Compound has done for women. I Indian workers. let from Neuralg'a or Sciatica. It our ik:i:s, thorc 1s no chance to betttr goes "Mr. Perin tolls ns that tho pig showed it to my husband and he said, straight to tho painful part Why don't you try it? ' So I did, tho condit'on of our wiorkiugmon. Stops iron from tho furnaces Js carrjttf by after I had taken two bottles I and tlie Soothes he Nerves otid felt This check un the foreigner who Pain- - It s also good for Rheumatism women who receive for their sorvlccls better and I said to my husband, 'I don't comui Iture to compote with Dur Sore Throat, Chest Pains aiil Sprains tho Ismm of 3 annas, or 7 conts need any more,' and he said 'You had laboKnj, at tho jirksca to which bur You don't need to rub it penetrates. a day. Their lias recently been better take it a little longer anyway.' Jaboreia, fit tho prioe3 to which lie Mr. J. R- - Swinger, Lou'sville, Ky. Increased. Thoy used to got 3 annas, So I took it for three months and got Jus been accustomed in Europe, is quite a or G cents, and common Jaborera now well and strong." Mrs. Alonzo E. jirov'dtd to same extent 'n iwihat as writes: "I suffered with Baker, 9 Tecumseh St, Adrian, Mich. severe Neuralgic Headache for four receive 4 annas, or 8 centfe a day. known as tho Burnott b!H in ConNot "Well Enough to Work. 'VThis, .Mr. Perin said, is, 50 ppr 1 used mouths without and rellof. gress and which President Wilson lias words hidden the tragedy cent bette- - than boforo the ontry of of In these woman,ishousekeeper or wage Sloau'is Liniment for two or three many a tiircitoiiod to veto. Not only uro bur nights and I haven't suffered with his firm into the country, and lie earner who supports herself and is often laborer) to face coniiotition ,wjth dec'arcs that tho natives nre en- helping to support a family, on meagre my head s'nee." Get a bottlo foods made by foreigners under flue Keep wage3. Whether in house, office, facin th houso all the time for tirely satisfied with their pay. tory, shop, store or kitchen, woman uuucprtoou law, out our iiurs are pains and all hurts. 25c, 50c and $1 'Wo feel, ho said, 'tliat wo can should remember that there is one tried djva tor every uuduriu d man in all como into tho American market, now and true remedy for the ills to which all at your Drugist. the world no inattor tviut has been Bucklen's Arnica Salvo for has women are prone, and that is Lydia E. all that Uio Federal Government Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. his standard of ihung, to come hero It Soros. m kindly remoll the Tariff and given promotes that vigor which makes work t.nu elbow cur .people out of their us an opportunity to place our sur- 'asy. The Lydia E. Pinkham Medicint jobs. I.t Alio common .laborer look Co., Lynn, Ma33. plus product.' Heat Fires Barn. up ii 3 friutmls along ta s line before "it must be plain to anybody that Vlnconnes, Intl., Ju1y 13 TJie offihe tacts ti.s vol ja November a'ld at a cargo of rat's stit dawn at San cial heat record (was 103. Sponal! other t'nij. FIRST-CLAS- S Francibeo irom hjs Bombay null taneous combustion f'red tho large Tin re is no ivimlulate for tho Pro-gr- h barn of Goorgo Milllgan, nijul driv could bo 4oid profitably at a pr'ce far ve iiom'n.itin.i or Congress Jn er, in t.io heart of V nceniies, isaus below tlie cost of production In a tn 6 lhatrict. 'J'li.s incuts that Uieiv ing ,Jl,00o lo,s. HicJud.g n United l't''l"Sy:U,l,:'a bast T"' Tho will ibe nio (;!io u't tho ballot, on Unit States .q'n.lli..nn...ivf l ai.l labor fc sucih that mall w.i.m.i. rf t ckct in Noveiuljer, as tiio 'aw nutkes are a'most suiHTfluous, vere t.iad and thunUerHtorm of no jirov'siou for any one to get on short duration bwep: over tha wty. A J'S a8CB la U' BMUlay milU when it has gone b default. It lollow-ii- " which thirty loads of troos would not keep a workman busy iialf an Jiotir iu our jn'Ilis Mr. Pemn's will be a ricu u'jV.vuou the Ropub-- 1 and (branclios were Jiauled away by aiBertJon Oiait 159 Eurojiean laborers cans and UiniivK)iat. Tiio .same a Uio stro" department. At the Jioiul tine for t,li.j Senatorial siort term. of Fiunk McArthur, a boss barber, m Bombay receive almost us much No Progrttkilvo having aual fed. tnjilttfa. two boys and a glri, wore pay jit tno ujjgrestito as tho entire bipu tills nioranig, but ajl d'od this 7,000 nafvis omjiolyod by Jiis tympany Just its exjoV(J, CoiigriM wl'l tel'a Uio wdiole atory und shows how ot cuing, buccumblng to tho heat- tho ra'lruul furo graft. Tho much chance wo have of surviving Ono hundred and slx dogijoos ycetor-d;i- y niembors juy throe counts ppr mllo was tho hottest of (lie Beasou, an ojicn compoUt'on tvltU tlio olteap while Unco Mam allows them twoii-t- y worii-f tho Doyleatowu and iUut night tlio hottest nlghtthQ labor cunts. Gtfgssw; aaxmejxEOiEi (Pa.) Intelligencer. thoinionictUr at no tlmo golu below But I am mot running from (comWoiulur f H could havo been (the 81. Scored of residents remained out- Regardless of (uilt. petition. Why ghoui'd 1? If id" Gojrgii Prod Witl'ama dooiis ojiample yon al' n)gU being unaWo to In Chicago it eoonis to bo tho Op- had ever traded w'th mo I would 6iot auo Aiuuaswior l'ago in 3lO?p. iu uruu'o inion of most Junias tliat a woman ne41 to answer this nucstjon. iwiglaiiil ttuA aUuttdJ John Und to'i Who kills Jier husband MY PRICKS M " Bucklen's Arnica Slvo for In doing so. That 8, i 'sisjustified my qualities are ARE RIGHT,I bvo beatter and almost Why dot't th.o.io nuUragettos 'nau- Burns, Sores. Imjiossiblo to secure (.ho cDnvJcti'bn fair, honest treatment, to my ctwtom-orgurato a campaign of Htartatlon on Mr- - K. S. Loper, .Marllla, N. Y. of a muillercss, liowiwcr strong Iho ir any oX my camjtetltors can the W'iihv Jiouw Btoja and compel writes: "I havg novor Jiad a. Cut ovldenco may Hje, ami thjs been.a to RHA.T that they are o'ntltjed to ytour Uw President t nUto Ula jKU'tlon? . Burn, 'ound or Sore it .would not enyrfiaaiA) tlio oiunlojt tjioi. men Svho trade. Arnl-wit- h is!,u''t," Get ft box A serto on Jurv'eu m Chicago ihjnk, ihero Our eld frimd ""Vital" lasuo" ay aU is ono law for tho man and another us s&tn utd will remain until ? Saho t0aay KcoP "'uvp 'vc "urni, the polls cav a Novooiber, 1916. l03' uuw Punas- - for tlio woman. The Produce Merchant Provcnta Lockjaw. 25c at our Drug- Just at present two women charg- .T .... HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Juat ho'A 1m ear. troops away atet. ja lul iiM, wuiuvi 9uuu prom'uouw .,,.! "i i"i g cus-totno- pi " e is Proo-Tradsap-peare- d. three-quartcre 00 1-- tho public. Mrs. Oarmnn, In Frccport N. Y and Mrs. Anlo, In Stamford, Conn., nro both hoVI un der suspicion- Reconls show that of Jatc wonion havo been as acUo In tho niiirdor business as nion. Ono causj for this Is tho d.sinclliinton on tho part 'if nion to punish women, whatever crimo they may havo committed. Tho law does mot distinguish between man and Aonian. When n mur der Is committed Iho law Is violated.' It makes no difference who commits the crime; if guilt Is pro; on, they should bo matlo to suffer. In these 'days, when crlni" is running rampant, the djsposiiicn uhou'd be to ad Jn upholding tho Jaw rosi er than o jilace olijtrucctioits in the boforo '- IS1" - T" ti --, III MKgBV nkxMPMHMTo&E "C l( vniir ,, jU, E1 (i. . -- ; 111 III ,.,..... lr ........ rniild ..-.- talk . ii wnitlrl . ..ww. ... I III Ml ... ...... ....l .am.., CtUIItlill illlU WUIII9 recommend the Pord. The man who practices ..Itllltf tmiiiijlc' ftif .tnllnM. UlllllJ IIHI.OIC3 ma uimuia Ill till llll llll UN in the Universal Car. He knows it serves his cverv purpose best and at lowest cost. And don t forcet service and guarantee. hundred dollars Is the price of the Pord t1 t t In r ttM'ti li. a .ix. j ii'iiiiiih ill' titiiidinr Kir Id Vi -- I car SOPH llliy niui i. " ii'iiuu, vumjui'iu t !.. ,.....!..-n v mil ilm n fill tiirt Ia4iIii ro frnm iiiMvii,i,ij rjiiJiiuifilk tittii' nlm.ii Ulldi'iMUi . llll ill 111 rite 1 . iii Mi iii III llll ill I iii UAUNkV llll llll llll A llll M K I- - II (INCOItl'OUATED) UtlNIKAL UIIY, rY. w -- llll 1111 jl fc mmmmmm ,f njin 77Fat-i- T . s, ' myZ&(: TforiirzzzzzzszmimHammnmmE iKtmfjKS ! ATS& rWfl;. -- ' NOT ks ks t,woaty-flovoim- th - STAND FEET MMf " - JWJ S? I x LESS MONEY FOR BETTER GOODS V LOOK AT THE CHANGE YOU GET iFjtJSli "mM Wf 1 , WE SELL BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY. BECAUSE WE BUY OUR GOODS RIGHT. KNOWING HOW ENABLES US TO BUY RIGHT. WANT-IN- G TO STAY IN BUSINESS. WE SELL RIGHT. BUT WE SEEK STYLE AND QUALITY AS WELL AS A LOW PRICE WHEN WE BUY. YOU CAN COUNT ON THE GOODS WE SELL. BECAUSE WE COUNT ON MAKING EVERYONE WHO DEALS WITH US A CUSTOMER FOR LIFE. FROM OUR ALWAYS LOW PRICES WE HAUE MADE PRICES LOWER STILL TO GLEAR OUT OUR SUMMER GOODS. COME WHILE THE "PICKING" IS GOOD. 5- -" tia-Jv- 1- -2 jy to-da- y. CARSON & CO. INCOHPORATBD. ,Y A rUi3 FEED STORE V 59S csn-tiiii- io '" I sell Hartford, Kentucky. Ice Plant For Sale. il I In order to close the partnership of the Hartford Ice Co., it has been decided to Cut, s- cJcn W. E. ELLIS door, Hartford, Ky., SATURDAY, 2:00 p. m..July 18, 1914. Terms of Sale made known an day of Sale. Ice at plant un-tday of Sale. the Ice Plant at the Court House ct J other property. Hnrtford oxcoedmsly fortunate for 1in bct-- m Friday and Saturday We have an accumulation of odds t.mc, wlulo nmny of our no ghburjiiir towns have suffered gnat conflagrations. ivomo THE UTMOST ECONOMY EVERYWHERE Bast Dlarrhooa Remedy. suc-C(h- Satisfied Customers and ends in ladies slippers in Patent Leather, Gun Metal,Vici Kid,Suedes, sizes mostly 3, 3J, 4, 4J that we sold for $3, $3.50 and $4. Now these are Real Bargains if you can use them. Sold at a loss? Why, of course, but what's the use keeping them? Note the price. 79c v.A FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 79c Nothing wrong with the leather. The toes are pointed, the heels are high, but the wear is guaranteed. other SPECIALS These wit ni-nfi will be on sale Friday and Saturday only. Note this and remember that .- If PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE i THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. j&gfeMb M Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY 11. H. & E. L. No. & N. 17. lli ;,'wia aml V. Railroad Time Table Hartford, Ky. at ' Houston, Texas, aro D. Busk-,11the guests of relatives in town. Mrs. S. A. Andron and daughter. M.ss 'Mary, of liou'srille aro the guest of Mrs. Mortfu and Mrs- Keown on Unjpn Streot. - 'wMcru?. V Farmera' Mutual Tatouliono an Conrjiany has about completed arrangoiuont by which tho subscribNo. Jong ers will secure frcst-claservice, through Owensboro. No. Tho coremony and unveiling Of tlio monument to Sovorlgu Ena WJUIams at Central drove Church, heretofore of unuouncoil to tako place Suntday Uuly .Mrs. J. A. Daniel Is Uio guest L'U, ,ias .boon Indefinitely lKwponed. rolat'vw at, Oktton. Tgio rooms on 6Cconkl floor of tho gfeatstock remedy. SALVET, tho '30tf Ohio Cuuty Drug Co- building- - liavo See U. S. Carson, Hartford. been r.modcled and- - placed 'Jit fine con For Service, cleanliness and d'tion. They are occupied fby Drs. visit City Restaurant. Taylor and Tlchenor. An operating V Wlro Fence best ""fin room haa boon niildod to these American f tarth. For salo by U. S. Carson. offices. U. S. 'Carson Is agent for tho Miss Lotus Males, who has boon I ' American Wlro Fencing. visiting u Hartford for aonio time, llolbrook wis hi returned to Uor Jiomo in Hlrdseye, Mr. --McHonry i Indiana. Monday. She was accom- Al.oulsvillo tlio fjret of the week. I anled .by Jier sister, Mrs. John W. 4 and C Inch Uio 1 havo car load 3, daughter, Miss Viv'an, J. A- - DU1CE. ' Taypor and for 6aje. Seo mo. who will eiKMid two weeks Willi relMr. and Mra. Will R'ley retunnll atives. ,i homo Tuesday from tho Mammoth Mir. Bert Combs, a prominent (arGave- mor, who I'vea near Dukchurst, cap-turCapt. J- - M. DeWcoso (has returnu young blaok tuglq one Hay near this week. Ho jhcard ills dog bark ed from a visit to rojati'vos FordsvJJlc. In u thicket near Jn's house mid at MJss Duko of Owcnsboro totis the tho same timo a commotion arrtoug Upon Investigation guest of hor Aunt, Mrs. J. A. Daniel tho chickensho found a largo eagle trying to protect Jaat week- Lightning kUled a Suable horso Its young from tho dog- - Ho uliot at for Mr. 8. B. Bonnott, No Creok;.Mon-da- y tjiq pld bird and failed to kill K, bu,t captumd tlio young ono wh1ch night- could Only fly u ttfiort distance and Is Mje Feor of Connoltpn, ind. evL'dcntly "been iiatchpd near by. guest' pf Mr. and Mrs. WiU'am Jiad tho Jklr. Combs, prsetitd itho captured Scnlcnuuer. bird o Judgo John II. WJUou, wiho Dovolojauont will Seo tli Young-frayjo- r raise jt ns a pot. Co.te gnut FordsvllJo uuuttou oalo An alarm of fire aroused many liar ad on our eighth pago. foru" citizens Tuesday riight Ubout 12 Good picture shows at Dr Bean's o'clock. Tiio light p!ant and co Opera House every n'gUt next wook plant steam whistles goundnd on the except Wednesday night, otmoaplu-rs'JJJ wiiat nmny foareil of inlgjit mean dostruotlon for our el'y Mju. DavIdllfior"aiid"chllJdrin Antral C'" aro tilw tguoeslq of Mrs. and many of Our people iiurri II, us thoy uhvajrt do, to roador ii3.s:' nuv, D. MlUer on Union Street- Quarterly mooting ai Mt- - llormon Uikjii IfivcsUga'uoii however, A was Saturday and Sunday, l'auchlng at U'scovered tjin uu uld abtimlq all too U pclsck Saturday, and Sunday, ftiof. Jiouso on a Jot, belonging to Mr- - J. JJIudjoy, of Earllngion, Sutfday Sahool W. Ford smtli' of towVWd Iboairftr- .Fluid Secretary, will praion. at nan-forOiiit H was not located near any Sunday morning. No. ss d'o-tnusatlV-factlote I I - time card effective Monday Aug. 21st. 112 North Ilound duo 7:19 a. m. dally except Sunday. 114 North llouud due 2:20 j. in. dally except Sunday. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. 113 South Wound duo 1:16 p. to. daily except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. Mrs. Maggie Maston, Jlawcsvlllcwli' uiid has ibocii tho guest of Judge Mrs. John JJ. W'i'son, for never.il days, returned homo yostoillay. Tjio If you havo ever used Cliambor-lflin'- 8 t'ol.c, Cholera and D'urrhoeai Business is Hesitant Midway Bein an s. Remedy you know tliat it Js u is tween Doubt and Confidence, of splendid Sam F. Oulnn, Wlmtivy, Ala. of new "I luixl measles nnd got caught riu, Despair and Faith. out in the find It settled In my stomach and bowcN. I 'hud un aw fill tiiiic, and liail It not .Iteen for Sir I have Jmt got in from n tr'p Our policy is so plain Chamberlain's colic, cholc-tand Remedy 1 could not pitiably oC two montiu over tho Statca of us liuno llvul but a fow houid longer, Nortji Carol tin, Soutli C.irp"na and but thanks to thus ronnily, 1 tun now VrgiiutiH. Your coiiimt'iit on 1'rto-doHero is what you get. The best Merchandise that well uul strcng." For wile by all Wi iioii'.s ni'ly to thu Cii.cago duelers. the price will buy. Courteous treatment at all times. ueieuon rcin.iias jno of o.ul.'. cms Every effort used to make each sale satisfactory and I fjund Huerta Resigns. vx.tng mi tnu 'err.tory niont.Piii J- .My in sbion wsis vs t ng save you the time and worry of unnecessary exchanMex to Oty, .Inly 1.".. Ooii- Iliti-ti resigned from lie aduftml plants, in Uio ouu.ro s. ges. One price to all. h' you can stand on this platdoiicy of tlio Mexi I novor mat, a niau who vr.is ojttim oniil prt's: form, Come to see us. AH were jn a state of expectancan ripulil c tins ovoniiig, and h6 cy some lnjiittr.ous .'.old- Bon-argnaliou was accepted by tlio and Cliainliors of Doput.e by n ;ng liuii hw taut, midway between doub ami cjuf dene... Jtwnair and Vu'j! of 121 to 17. coonomy cvery- tnriKijai was then np-l- o fajtii. Tue utmost ntod I'ria.dtii'i and tuok the oath wiioro v.us being iract.ced onyl abst-lut- e neceA3jt.es were jmrohoflul, and of office at the Jjjnt staa.oii of New Opera House Building. then in small quantities. Everywhere Dejiut-Ii-Jie and Senators. ConHuerta and (Jen. Blaniiuot we wunt Hi's business caution was left tho cap'al toiight. They bocull-i- d mot- - The president and gen oral mana tnun on tho Mexican railway ager of a bg cotton mill in North a in. Us lwyoiid tho o'ty. It Js Carolina told mono began to (.cdgjin Jiougflit they uro going to I'uorto last year aill xas otj) at it; that j; iwas piu ,Tm'l '.n tho prjees of his) Mexico. product that caused him to growcsiu-tiQUtaiut JnsUud of gong up, t jiud You'ro Bilious and Costive Sjck Headache, R;W Uriath, Sour dropped 1ow,t. He nttrjbuied the tall n pneju to the Underwood Tariff, Stomach, Furred Tongue and id he voted fur jt, and uiiUm Mean Uver and Uowelo clog- and Shey ged. Clean up Ciut a 2c prices weat upward to whwo bottle of Dr. King's New Life Pills to formor-- y were U would bo absolute day and empty tho stomach and bow- ly necessary to reduce wagt-- s or phut Will help parents develop their sons into els of fermenting, gassy foods and Jown tlie plane. He was storing his the best type of citizens and Christian ', ' product, because to aoj! at tho pits- waste. A full bowel movement pH-c- s cut market price would mean a b'g a satisfied, thankful feollng-niak- cd gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatTins is one sample of many you feel fine. Effective, ,yet in'Id. loss. Interviews with men 'n charge of big tered and comes from the best homes in Don't gripe. 25c, at your Druggist. Indusrja,! plants. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo for Burnfc. the South. Its capacity is limited, thereAs further evidence pf the bua'ness conditlpais there, 1 mot a man ifriom fore, reservations should be made early. Sam F. Riley Badly Hurt. Toledo, 0., who Bald he was doing no Messrs. Sa.ni F. RIloy and John good Place your son in this select group of and was expecting to becaUijSin Daniel were returning from Owons- any day- - Ian fact, lie said b.o knew boys. Write boro Wednesday with a hoav'ly loadcovering expenses. Ho (was ed spring wugon und team belonging lit wasa" ojd 'n the ''ino and .territory. A efeoe to Cooler & Co. iWhllo coming down man '"om Boston, at Groonsboro, v's-itia jn'ji at iiuio.vi ono of the bacic established tnide, t,ofd mie ho straps broke and tlio hprscs ran and was about to give up Clio trip. At For catalogue and information. Box A. klcktd until both men were Uhrowin out. 'Daniel vas 'njured very little FayottpvUle. N. C, I snot a railway but Mr. R.Iey buffered a broken nnrn, and mill Bupp!y nan from Norfolk, aCfl week, crushed shoulder aiikl a deep gash wlio advised mo ho traveiqj at an exjwnse of $28, and took one in he forehead which required e . This man One deafer or agent in stitcliis unite. He was brought order amountiug to jT ww had been visiting the traide regular " vnnr ntv nnri virmitw in D Hartford ofer had his Jnjur'os got sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe been .looked after by Dr. Shultz, of ly fpr a year. Ho Jiad letter to l reputable Motors, which are advertised I'easant Ridge and Dr- - A. B. Riley, ready to come 'n at once- A gontje- -' magazines of the world. This advertising EasHb & out juaii froni lhUadeljihla, on ti's tjhird of HartfoiJ. He will ii oo campaign reaches thousands who have use bsBbbV uiilurt he has sustained Internal In- trjji through tjie CaroIInnas, advised bLv me lie Jiad .taken no orders. At Fayette for portable and detachable rowboat juries. motors, but who would nave no use for launches on he expected to abandon the 'tr:p. He account of lack of time and no Bummer homes. Write repres&ii,tcd a big chair fcatory, and promptly for particulars as to bow representatives are ssssssbbsvIisbI ssb was .trying o work pfX some Uurp-u- s with and protected. Begin operations at SPORTING NEWS once so as to abtain tne mil benefit of the season. stock at prices iCia viero Just like offering gold dollars ut five conts each. EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN Mcllenry played ut Up to the time ho was talking to Hartford and tho local gnuiiuOu last Saturday- - (The me Jio had akennoorders- - At Fayette? gaiiK was u one sldod affair Ufter ville, N, C, I was toil iby tho hoUio bo.ioikI iiituug. Mcllenry got a tel ejerk Uiat nokpa tjian oix trtiv-o'.lBalesmeu had abandoned tkoir LIV-VER-Lhome run a:U throe scores bijcauio of AX 4 one trips and pone from there in a week, lost .ball but they only made jecjro tftcr that and Miq locals lin booaiuw of trade conditions. Theso ed up a total ofl4. a:i facts; it is tho coud.Uon that Tuesday tho Beaver Dam pecond Teal tx'.R'& oTOryiwherq u tliat territory. defeated tjio IwaX Boconds to tho If tjio President coulld eavesdrop somo Are nice to record the of tJiosi) pvoiiing groups that gather tune of 19 to 5. Tuesday of next week tho local and discuss the sltuat'on, and hear passing changes in little second team w'll paly a picked nhio the cluirgoij of Incompetency against laces and big ones. him audi Ida afjsooiaUs.and by man Of from tho teachers institute- party, )ie wouldn't call it (Hartford and Habit 'W)J crcf-- Uats Ua a Saturday afternoon. Habit has Feel right all the time. Don't lay off S- - NELSON. from work for days by taking calomel strong team an.d tlio game should be You ought to have good keeps' you when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x KinoxviUe, Tcnn., June 12, 11)14. worth seeing. on your feet, while relievingyourtroub-- . Tjio Hartord team went to Har-portraits made at least le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don!t dinburg Wednesday for two gauue, take anything else. You can't afford Beware of Ointments for once a year. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysWednesday an'd Thursday. We tiuve Catarrh that Contain Mercury tem and relieves constipation. A natgame yest - as mercury will surely destroy the sense had no mows from tho There's a Photographer ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure completely derange the daj' but the first ono was jajM-- un- of smell and when entering It through results. It in its effect and certain in Ver-Lawhole Bystem in Hartford x will won't belong before Uv- der tiio old "town ball" rules and the mucous surfaces. Such articles should be used except on prescriptions completely displace calomel in evert resulted hi a bcoto of IS ito 10 in fa- never reputable physicians, as the damage from home. Children can take it freely ana the good you they will do vor of Hajliusburg. Besides Mana can possibly Is ten fold to them. Hall's with' perfect Bafety. Every bottle guarderive from ger Casebler and Director Her, Uio Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V. J. in bottles. Nona anteed. 60c and no O.. contains Co.. genuine without the likeness and s?gna players who wqat wtyh the team wtare: Cheney &and is Toledo, Internally, acting mercury, taken ture of L. K. Grigaby. For sale by mucous surRickard, A. Barnott, Merl Taylor, directly upon the blood andbuying Hall's faces of the system. In J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky. genuCarvy Taylor, Keown, Welsh, Plrtlo Catarrh Cure be sure you get the made In Is taken Internally ine. U!ankonsliip, Robortson and Flum- - Toledo.It Ohio, by P. J. Cheneyand Co. Tes& THE timonials free. mer. The most economical, cleansing and Sold by Drug gists. Price 75c per bottle. SEWIMQ Mall'a runUr Pills for constipation. Tokt germicidal of all antiseptics Is MAC44KNK OF Severs Attack of Colic Cured. QUALITY.) E- - B. Cross, who travels in and other Southern Btatee, was taken suddenly aud Beverely ill with A soluble Antiseptic Powder to NOT colic. At tho first store he came to be dissolved ia water as needed. SOLD tho merchant recommended Ohatnber-Jaln- 's As a medicinal antiseptic for douches UNDER ANY Colkj, Cholera and Diarrhoea In treating catarrh, Inflammation or OTHER Itomody. Two tlosea of it cured nlm. ulceration of nose, throat, and that NAME. No ono should leave homo on a caused by feminine ills It has no equal. ' For ten years tan Lydla 1 Plnkbam Journey without a bottle of this Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtlna WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. pronaration. For salo hy all dealersin their private correspondence with If you purchase the NKW JIOMK you will women, which proves its superiority. have a lire asset at the price you yay, and will Women who havo been cured say not have an endless ohuln of repairs. Colored Institute. It is "worth Its weight in gold." At Tjio Joint toaahore Instituto, for tlio druggists. COc. largo box, or by mall. Quality. colored people of Oh'o, McUun and The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Considered in Muhlwihurg counties, lias toon session at tho Court House this week. it w the ilToikftt-y- tho beon conducted by 1'rof- - E. Poston Tho Institute lias Ikoii undor Cheapest ' of Sujuts. Shults, Ohio aud Wife, of Hopkins v lie, and Uio THE HARTFORD TEAM IX)ST TdlE suporvlaldu 7aflHBl ' JMkI county, Stroill, of Alcheau county, dlscura'oirtj of tlio various iju stions in the end BAJ.L IN THE SUN AT WEDNESDAY. and Mas Iongast, Muhleutiurg count- on thQ program lwvo bo.-- creditable to buy, y- 1'rof. S. M. Tuylor, of Ohio to ull tlr Uucliora and visitors. Quto 9 county waa eJccied clialrman, and a number of Ow whlto iooplo liavu If you want a scwlntmaelilne, write for, os- - our luted catiUofuu before you pua'Uiuo. FOR FLETCHER'S Sirs. N- J. 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Ago Directory County Oiiio IPS ID1T J!Br.IDiVJi LOOK i: I: Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, Cultiva tors, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay - HERE!! i: ; Presses. Also Hetcules Buggies.! Don't forget that we can furnish i: you the best binder on the market. Come and contract with us, so we i: can have the machine here in time : so there will be no delay when the : Buy your i i: time comes to use them. i: implements from the dealer that has practical experience anu kiiuws me $ : t implements to select. ; J E. 'R Roll, Co. 11, 3d Ky. Inft. t S., antral City, Ky- Ago C9. .1. A. Grubb, Co. B, &th Ala. lnf , C. S- A., Central city, Ky. Ako C!. Duke, Co- II, lUh Ky. Inft , J. S., Cleaton, Ky. Ago 71-- ' J. T. T,inner, Co. A, 35Ui, K . . t., U- S., Greonville, Ky. Ago 75 , Co- A, 85th, Ky. Inf. V. C. Jan-isj V. S ! Dopoy, Ky. Age CM. K, llth Ky. In-- , SlHiver, l'. S; Hronien, Ky. Ago S:i. 1.. D. Griggs, Co. I), 25th I ml. I ft-l S., Paradise, Ky. Ago 71. Joe Gcvsott, fo- II, llth Ky. 1 ift. jt IS. City, Ky. Ago 79- E. M- Brown, Co. A, 2i.th Ky. C-t'. S., Central C:Ty, Ky- - Ago (".!. .M. J. BusKl 1, Co. A, 7th Kan- - J cavalry, U. , C011tr.il Ky. Ag" I - wmm MNGTO D.C. " 1 HOTEL 'l 1 - CD-- t. HOTELorAMERtcAN IDEALS I I , Int. In a city whtte good hotel abound, the Powhatan heads the I countrymen. It la fitit In the beam of Its - n. S-- tty, iH;;J!jj; The Towliatan is tcfincil, and restful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th anil II streets, makes it a desirable headquarters (or bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and colleges. , The Tohatan attracts .the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, also to many points of historical interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at SI. 30, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, S2.S0, SJ.OO and up. 'Write for booklet with map, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager. i5S. I $ WILLIAMS & MILLER,! BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. 1 Mayor "Weils, who not only welcomed the old soldiers on Ui's oaoa&on, but In the name of the ioojle of Central THAT CAUSE INSANITY City he nominated Central City for the mooting next year- - The welcome adC. Danger to United States Troops dresses wore respanklcd to liy II. MoCracken, for the Federal veterans Lurks in Vegetation of and by L,- - T. Reld for Die Cpufedor-ates- - WEEDS GROW IN MEXICO The Hon. Walker WJlklns then derich sn livered a splendid addra-r)- , 01 1W One of the things to bfi avoided by Wstorcai facts, iuii presses una ovejpwa..s ww. J the nerican soldiers in Me Ls .talk " f human Wndnoss. weed,, wp'ch marihuana . was appreciated ty wo wu w, around Ver Crua and la h Intelligent auaicncc. Ae Srritnrv lvw l,rrt.wer.n that elty and by the large you Walker. tbe capital- - For several years there congratulate Tfee P.owtierly. Cftrnot Balid render-Mexica- n effect an order pi the hes .been Government prohibiting the.ed ne music at Internals all day, sale of marihuana to .Mexican pol- - '"'v'ng us old war time molodoys and Notwlthstiuiding thjs order wick etrps, and then the Central dlers. the dangerous ftCfd Js often Btnug- - City Glee Club, UH by Mip- Bennett, 'M old old songs of sweet filed Jnto camps and bamwks and to memory. bo1'1 lrtoUc, benttaieiital "Tecrefy'sniokiji .by the. men. When sacrcd- - Tlle busal thWl B0uuded much indulged jn the smoking pfl!iUld ' t0-- wUich he following vet dry of the plant causes erans answered present. J. H. RichuFiuoii, Pros. Co. M, 17 th pieoido who become adtrcUto to Ky., Cftvly, Oentral City, Ky. Age C". mnrlliiKinn flnallv loso their hn.vhi. J- - P. Owdiier. V. Pres- - 1U0. Jl, HUi minds and never recover- - Tho plant Inft.. GretoUc. Ky. Age Mexico by dJ6-- - Tropics. Xoah Vinson, Co. H, llth Ky Inf .. Greonville, Ky. Age 73. G. J. Doss, Co. II, lUh Ky. Inf.. I. S- Central City, Ky. Age 77. John .Miller, Co- - F, 33th Ky. Inf . L. S., Greonv'llc, Ky. Joe I.- Carr, Co. B, SOth Ohio l.if. V. S., Central City, Ky. Age C9S. House, Co. F, 17th Ky Cav. U. S- Central City, Ky. Ago 7S. W. A. Smith, Co. F, 22d I ml- - Ca. , V. Central C'ty, Ky. Ago 74. T. N. Finley, Co. U, 2d Ky- - Cav. C. S. A., Greenville, Ky. Agu 79- W. T. Rlankonship, Co. B, llth Ky. Inft. U- - S., Browder, Ky. Ago 73. J. C. KeJley, Co- E, Kith Bonn. Inft. U. S., Grocn-.l!Ky. Age 72- TJio mluuttU of last nieethigwcre reaU, corrected and approved. A nu-Jq- n was tjien made to select the place 'of next meeting, which rcsutl-c- d in t!he of Rockport, Ky.. the tJme hejng tho 3d day of Ju'y, 1913, on account of tho fourth coming on Sunday. This was an accon-'.moof the invitation of Rockp'ort Lodge N'o. 31 C I. O- - O. F. and tho citizens of Rocknont: to come as their rutsts for our next reunion. The election of officers for the en suing year was then taken up, and resulted as follows: J. M. Vick, President, Central City; L- - fT. Ro'd, Vice President, Rockport; II. C. Truman, Chaplalu, Fordswlle; D. E. Rhoads, Adjutant, pade City, Fhv --.. .I I. S-- , Circuit Court T. P. Mrkhtwil, Jutlgo, Den 1). Ulngo, Attarii(i); W. IC. O. Unrniss, 1. Midklff, Jnllt-r- ; Master ComClerk, E. K. Ulrklic-ad- , missioner; It. T. Collins, Trusts Jury Fund; S. O. Kconn, Sheriff, Ui'putlps S. A. UratchiT, Hartford. office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown mid Ulltnoru Keown. Court conu'itit first .Monday In February and continues three weeks; third .Montlity In April, two weeks; third Alonila) In October, two weeks. County Court John It. Wilson, Judge; V. C. llhinkeiishlp, Clerk; C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Mundruy In each mouth. (luarterly Court lloglns on the first .Monuny In every month. Court of Calms Convenes first Tuesday In January ami llrst Tues day in October. Other County Officers C. S. Mo-l.Survej-or- , Ky., It. roiUsville, , P. D. .No. U; Tom Hlnes, Olaton, Ivy.; Oznn Shulta, Siiiorin-teiiiien- t, Hartford; Dr. A. 11. Hiley, Coroner, Hartford; T. 11. llvtiton, ltoitd Engineer, Hartford. v, AsM-ssor- Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law Will HARTFORD, Kr. practice u!n profoealuu In Un and adJoliUiig cuuiitleti. Comincrnlsvl and Criminal Practice a Specialty. ! Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith foi-m-- I Mussro. W. H. Uani. and C. K. a Smith nnnoiuioe tli.it Ui.-- ltavo irruc-tilc- e imrtiu Thhlji tor tiio of law, exctipt crlinlna! and dlvor easm, Mr. tsiiilth btdng County Attir-u-'- y Is iirxiwnuid fridii prancing sucVi Mr. Hariut; will liidivlduaJly ccnecH. Offiot) aocejit bucIi praetldt. In Hartford Republluuu building, Hartford, K" JLSTICES' COL KTS. - - S-- - O c, miminmiiMnimin L'' I' HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given' special attention. Hats Cleaned and delivered. g Repaired. Work called for and lfs ln-.r- Q M. Co- - U, 11th A; Drown 1.11. I -o"- - fWi i.i rl- t'ltv. KV. jir " I C. Truman, chaplain, CoRev. II. ! marihuana diluted with alcohoj Is tho 13, 17th Inft. U. S. A., Poiilsville form in which, the propertes of the 72. weed are employed. L. T. Reld, Adjt. Co- - C, th Ky., There aro many other plants Jn danfcreous. among 'Imft., iC IS. A-- , Rockport, Ky. Age which aro -Ky-Ag- fa usa sometime In of1, J- physician. In the treatment . If v , ,,..,, ')... rrhn tmntiirn nt me'" -- c them hems the tolvuchc, n li'iM of 71. Joco weed. The fceiUis of th'a plant' J. M. B'shon, Co- - C, 17tji Ky. Jnft., Ky. Age Ti. boijed a:id drunk as tea will nulce a U. S. A-- , Centt-rtown-, person Insane for life, It ds assertcid. J. V. Doss, Co. A, 17th Ky- - Inft., Among Some i)eoj)!o of .Mexco It is U. S. A., Central City, Ky- - Agj Til. of beliu-tJohn Comh Co. H, 11th Ky Inft. that CariWa, she U. S- - A., Central City, Ky. Age 7.". Mexico, lost her mind because jj, j. iang, Co. G, 12th Ky. Cav. was given tolvacJiQ In a refreshment- Empre93 Car'otta was the wife of u. s- - A., Jetties, Jnd. Aged S2. jj. g. iUwads, Co. 11, 11th Ky., Emperor Maximilian, who was was s In Queretaro. She lost her mind im- - imt., u. S- A., Dade City, Fla. Ago mediately after her return to Europe 71, from .Mexioo. J. M. Vck, Co. D, 3d Ky. Cav., U mere Is hi tho Gtatc of .Michoa- - s. A-- , Contitil City, Ky. Age 71. u, c. .AlaC'rackoii, company K, 11th can anothe" plant the effects of which upon Uie human ongamsin arovdry Ky. inft., U. S. A., Greenville, Ky; T)ie plant grows wild la Ago 70- curious. j, jj. Rlackwcll, Co. K, 11th Ky. eome parts of .Miolioaca.n and natives observiU that whenever thvy v'ravers- - inft. U. S., Bremen, Ky. Age 71. ed a field where there were many of j, a- - Williams, Co. K, 11th Inft., these plants tluey lost all notion of Ky., U. S. Groenvdjlo, Ky- - Ago 7- -. joo. B. Carson, Co. D, 20th Ky. direcUoji, Ibo'ng unable to roach the place to which they were bound- An inft. U. S- Centertown, Ky. Ago 74. was , fp. G. Morgan, Co. F, 12th Investigation was made and It that tho odor of tho Plant In Cav. U. S. MuHisonvllU', Ky. Age 70. c. D. Wright, Co. F, 25th Ky. M. question made temporarily 'nsanopor- fropB and anjmals. L. U- - 8., Madl&onvllle, Ky. Ago 72. D. E. Gflant, Co- - I, lllh Ky. Inft. Unother curious jijauif la U10 weed called de las carreras. ' When a por- - u. S. Rochester, Ky. Abo Urinks a brew of the loaves prj ia. (L. ADsIlwaln, Co. M, 17th Ky. V- peeds of the plant ho feels an S., Lu&onie, Ky. Age 67. . pulee to run until ho drops exhaust- - Samuel Lamb, Co. C, 25th Ky. I. U. S., Island, Ky. Ago 70. ' -- Wm- - Stovall, Co. 'H, 11th Ky. Inft., ' 'm-'iji- tt. M-d- Curod t Ky. M- - I.. iJL J. Amos, Co. I, "Chamberlaln'6 Tablets are entltl- -' Uf B CtiQtxa City, Ky. Ago 71. ei to all the praise I can e'vo them," L jeutjicQst. Co. G, 2d Ky. Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport. c g A cito,,, Ky. Ag0 72. N. Y- - They Imvo cured me of head-- ! G w Do86( COf A mll Ky lnft ache and nervousness and rostored mo . 8 ( Colltro, citJ.( Ky. Ag0 74. to my normal health." For isulo by AV,n COi Hj luh j all dealers. v. Sij urenion, Ky. Ago 70. J. L. WJIWiib, Co. II, llth Inft. Reunion of Veteran Soldiers. U. S., Bremen, Ky. Age 09. Oontml City Ky., July !. frho(' j, ju, no.i'rk, Co. F, SSth Inft., River Association of Veteran s.f Central City, Ky. Ago 70. Ivoto'cre met jiursuant to tCdJouru-- , k. .AlcDonuld, Co- - M. 17 Ky. ment at tlio beauiful park in Central jnft. u. S., .Midland, Ky. Ago C9. City, and .was promptly called to or- Kain Browji Co. F, ZMt Ky.' Inft., dor 'by tho prosdloiit, J. 11- R'clurd- - n. S, fontnU City, Ky, Ago 71. on, who called on Chaplain 11. C. j. s, e.--s Co. I & F 12th Ky- Oav., was ron- - u. S., Central City, Ky. Ago 70. Txninan tor prayor, dvrtd in h'a uaal effcotual style, j r. Keys' Co. G, 12tU Ky. Cav.;-Th' ' welcome aJJwisea were Uii Uo- -, Central City, Ky. Ago CSUvcsxl by the g'fted R?v. Curry, mid' jvjjU Brown, Co. F. 25ib, Ky. Oav-write- s Headache ana Nervousness U4 s t contrai city, Ky- - Ago 7a. The roll of tho dead, who died within tho boundry of tli's association within the last year was read by Chaplain Truman. This report ' as nearly full ns it is possihle to make It. The territory is wide, our organization is not perfect, and our means o( communication Is limited to the old soldiers' fatu'lcs or l'rionds for Information as to the. demise of many conlrades. Wo would urge friends and comrades to communicate all deaths of comrades, giving date of death, age, company, regiment and army to llov. II. C. Truman, at Fordsvtille, Ky. On mot'on it was determined that at each of our future meeings there Should he an hour sot a3ide for a short memorial to our departeU comrades, and wiien that hour is fixed, ic shall have precedence pver all other bosiu-ss- Asildo from the report of tho death or so maiy of U10 old boys (29), this meeting was very mucli enjoyed by tho rank mil file of old voterans, and wo JiojH) by their many friends pres-oon this gjon'ous 4th. The bid vets woko up tlio lact tliat we are Btill in fJiio land of the Jiving; that wo ure st'll u jurt of tin-- thing.? 'liiat ;io'd an interest In tho land. Tho great fjag, ''O'J Glory", se0nied to sued a peculiar hallow over tho meoJing, was on itap at overy turn, friends met us as if 't wus truly a plcsuro to shake our old hands, and wo seo ho grounds fo.-- cumiilaMit. Wo burely enjoyed tho old .songs, as rendered by the Central Ci y Uleo Club. TJiey Bounded good to us, und tho I'owderiy Band sccnuU to Ikj "inspired with a patriotic impulse and did themselves proud- - They tire a godJ lot and we like them. Tho good people of Central C'ty deserve our thauta, and Itavo thorn, and we hope to live to moot with them Jn .the future, on unanimous vote. The president was instructed tq appoint overy veteran present a committee of ono ia. lrjng at least ono other veteran to thejneotlng at Itockpprt, July aid, 191G. After much shaking of hands, many songs nnd hearty ''God hloss you" the benediction was pronounced by our olLaplaln, another goof! mooting was a tiling of tho eternal past. J. H. RICHARDSON, Pros. I.- - T. REID, A'djt. nt m Club rate $1.00 per It. U. Tlchcnor. Centertown. Sat urday after 3rd Moudaj In each month. Winson Smith, Select, Tuesday after 2d Monday in March, Tuesdny after I'd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3d Monday In August, Tuesday after I'd Monday In November. W. S. Dean, Dundee, after tho second Monday in .March, Wednesday after ad Monday In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday In August, Wednesday after 2d Mon day In Novombcr. Den F. Rice. Portdsvllle. Tuesday after 2d Monday In March, Thursday after 2d .Monday In May, Thurs- uay after I'd .Monday In Aucust. Thursday after 2d Monday In No- voniuer, Ben W. Taylor. Ralph. Friday aft er 2d Monday In March, Friday after Wod-nitsd- 3d Montla) In Aiarch,, after 3d Monday In U'ltlnesduy after 3d Moifday in September, WVlnesday atter 3d Mon day In December. neMlay after Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after 3d .Monday in March, Tuesday after lid .Monday In June, Tuesday after oil .Monday In September, Tuesday after :d .Monday In December. K. A. .McDanlel, Itoekport, Friday after ad Monday In March, Friday after 3d MonJday in June, Friday after 3d Monday In SeptcinlK.T, Friday after 3d Monday in December. S. W. Ieach, Cromwell. Wednestlay ARTHUR ASSOCIATED Attorney at Law WITH M. L. D. KIRK KY. IIEAVRIN HARTFORD, This office Is cuulppcd for handling Commercial l.nw and Colleclioo Items as well as other legal and lltl- gated matters. Practice In all thu courts. Prompt and vigorous service. Wt-d- June, M. L. Hea rlu's Office. A' T.WADE STRATTON CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice his profession In this and djolniug counties. Collections, Commercial luid Criminal Practice a Prompt Specialty. and vigorous service. Attornoy at Law Mi I AM PREPARED muimi. Glut), GUNTHER HLIXJ.,CKNTEUST. 4 Hartford Pressing ! I HARTFORD, KY. mW WILL YOU TAKE OUR LiiifliHikiLv SllllllllKMIBr FREE Treatment f TJ for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION If you mention this paper we will send you a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for feeling, coughs, pains that tired, in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak lungs or consumption. OHIO MEDICAL CO. 1c0ocikumbbW run-dow- n Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they nre the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. ini--n isirtsvicrxs trrrs j J J It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. STOMACH TROUBLE .sir. dimwiaiZ MOCUBCD AND DCrBNDED. orpaoto.l,r ipn mum uu irv. rvpvn. rrtw T'lM. ba to otiula paUnu, trad nuuia,l I comrrlliU.e- - in ALL COUNTRIC. Biulnm Jirrctvllk Washington tavtl timf,l momry ana ciem isffotrnr, Pattst and Infrinpmtnt Prietic licluilrsly. Writs or eoraa tu lis ak It Bfktt trwt.uu' Virtst IUVm Ntot OstM, I WaHQTOW. D. C. W?J. Fogle, City Attorney; J. 1 Stevens, Horlforcf, - Ky. Marshal; Court convenes seconW Mon day In each month. City Council J. C. Her, Major; It. T. Collins. Clerk; J. K. bean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. Uti-net- t. Capt. A. D. Whltb. A. E. I'atc, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yclser, W. 11. uiueepio. The National Weekly School TrunlcCsJ. D. Duke, Chairman; It. T, Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. K. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Until this year Church. South Sorvlccs Collin's has Ixxn morning and evening eveny first and sold at $5.50. New: .third Sunday In each month. Stin-da- y the price is $2.2(1; school J:45 a. in. I'raycr meet- and w chare sftu red1 ednestlay evening, ltuv ilnt: every a concession n hereu. w. .Napior, pastor. by vc can oiler it bajitlst Church Services morning at a still further amu evening every second and fourth reduction in conSunday In each month. Sunday school nection with this. yM& a. m. l'rayer meeting oery Wed ,1 publication. nesday evtming. Rev. A. S. I'ettle, pastor. Special Offer to Our Readers Christian Church Services every third and fourth Sunday at 11 tt. in. Kecocnizinc the ureat demand lor Celllrr't at the new imcc. we have made amusements to anid 7 p. in. Sunday bchool 9:30 a. in. ttfer it and our own puMicstiin each one )car Elder Owl mi, pastor. (or the price o( CoJ7ir'taloir Tins isalimittil offer and must he taken ad vantaiseofpiorn til). SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. U75. F. and A. What You Get m Collier's M. meets ocrj first Monday night in eacn monin. w. s. stovens, W. Collltr't h the ic hid, indepenjent, (railrts M.; Owun Hunter, Secretary. uerklynl the wLale cotintrr tint only is it the I'orxl citiirn's handbook ant it is i!m a Hartford Chapter No. SI O. E. S. maKninc (or the hale farritr Amone the meets overy second and fourth Montliinus that a year's lubscriinion cites sicl day evenings, .Mrs. J. II. Williams. IO00 Editorial W. M.; Jas. 11. Williams, W. !'; 600 News Photo .Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. 250 Short Articles ISO Skort Storit. Rough River Lodge No. Ill) Knight I0O Illuttratrd Teaturrs of l'ythlas meets every Tuesday even 2 Complete NotL ing, jiio. w. Taylor, C. C; W. It. Collier's $2.50) Bslafsrad, Hedrlck, K. ot It. & S. Hartford Tent No. 9J, K. O. T. M. ) Hartford Republican V moots every first and tnlrd Thursday nights. It. T. Collins, Commander; E. I. Moore, RccoiU Keeper. Acme Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. F. meets overy second and fourth Friday nights in each month. C. M. Harnett. Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meeits overy second and fourth nights In each month. Tom Williams, Council Commander; W. C. 4 Maraii ATVVMi Wallace. Clerk. n .r.ti.i Celebrated lor &tla rxt Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., nllabllit, n.rl40a7.."V0.(i,,int7e.ri; meets every first and third Friday k Vtrf,"ly ,nl u,wn ,n ' ViMei ani nights in each month. Mrs. Attye, I Canada, or br mall dlr.n. n.,,- - SUtta ... r ..1.1 any other make. Send (or Irco catalorua. Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. H. McCALLS MAGAZINE E. MIschke, l.ady Record Keeper. . .1 Afore snKtr.ihr !.... Ko stone Chapter No. lit), R. A. mafsslne million a month, rnvaluable. ILaU M thlrtj Saturday night styles, patterns, (it sewing-- , meets overy plain (cy needlework. KlrdreulVi: In each month. John T. Moore High etiquette, rood stories, etc. Onlr cents ar(wortR double). Including- - a free MUtin. I'rlest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. 2d Monday In .May, Friday after 3d Monday in August, Friday after 2d Monday In November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. To do any kind of VoterinaJ ry work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of attcntipn. Calls answered day or nisht. W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Collier's First Time Colliers in Clubs 1 pZJ Sat-uifd- ay w ... AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. Duoscrroe ift A Texas Wonder. The Texas Wonder cures kidney an bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures dltbotcs, weak tnd lamo backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of tho kldnoys and bladder in both men and women, itegulutcs bludder troubles in children .If not told by your druggist, will send by mall on receipt of $1.00. Ono small bottlo is two months' treatment, and seldom falls to perfect a 'euro. Send for testimonials from this and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2WC Olive Street, St. SEEDS' UCOH-- SPECIAL OFFER: 'jlai ImlM AtrUlnlU linli. I snltmllil l o.u., i but rl ItltsilllM'S.nH-- i si.iw... i. Ttnctirs la au. Atjmmjammtta0 Mention this Psper. Write 11 SUM SUCCK0 1 I 9rii ralUrtlM th ODMt i to-da- y; t maka sou oar ntnaaasat customer. tw.B..fc nuuk.itTruiiesiut.l j. ... VVWAArklVrsstW o SEND 10 CENTS fcr i Intrctlf . U4 BllfulWW UUI JCt i State Officers President. J. H. Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presi dent, J. II. Uurney, Muhlenberg Co.; secretary & Proas., s. u. itobcrtson. Callioun, Ky.j Orgnnlzer, T. II. Dal- main, Hartford, Ky. Members State Executive Hoard Hon Watnon, Webster county; J. W. Dunn, Daviess county; HUnry Plrtle, Ohio county; E. 1. Ray, Hardin county; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. Ohio County Officers S. L. StovHenry Plrtlo, ens, President; S. E. Bennott, Treasurer. COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. Osim Shults, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. O. louay, or send lor sample topy. j I to Agents. Postal brings premium csUlocue sndntw cash prise offers. Address ' a atu.au. iv.atf.7USt. NIW YOS and KILLthc COUCH CURE the LUNC8 Sec-rotar- y; - Dr. King's New Discovery WITH FAR AND ALL TIIBOAT AND LUWCTnnilHl tUl DOUI .H.W.BuckbM, UL., ,B,"Ba&e?a,.ttLi mmA J'U- -t M MtxUf raUi i j. - umMmn 2. T. J. brooks, Fordsllle, Ky. 3. Ira Hozarth, Olaton, Ky. 4. II. O. Autry, Baizetown, Ky. C. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. C. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. h. Terry, Hartford. Ky. Oouohs ULUS rnrnr? Ttlil RnttU c,. Fg QUABANTUED SAXISFAClOUVl - WilXfA.1. X' tamsaaasaauami ,. A "AS HI6H AS HAMAN." Children Cry for Fletcher's It Always Helps Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feci 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 says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Tho Kind You Havo Alwnys Bonght, and which 1ms been iu uro lor over 30 yean, has bornotho nlnnturo o - nn(1 ,ms ,,ccn nwdo under hi jicr- XTsT 80,ml S"lcrvlslim since Its Iiifmicy. Allow no ono to deccivo you In this. Couiiturfolts, Imitations nnd " " nro Kxporlmcnts that trlflo with and endanger tbo healthbut ot Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. AH (j&jCJ&TjZrty, "f JtiHt-iui-go- od for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morpliino nor other .Narcotic: HiibHtanec Its ago is its uaranteo. It destroys AVonns nnd allays Fovcrlshness. For nioro than thirty years it lias been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation,, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething1 Troubles and Dlarrlnea. It regulates tho Stomach and Itowcfe. assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Cn'storla a harmless snbstltuto Is CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, fired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. GENUINE t yfBeaia the Signature of CASTORIA ALWAYS Get a Bottle Today! W M ia MI IMS IMS MI XJ M3 IK! IKJ IMI IB) (VI The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THI CtHTaUR COMHHIT. TT MURRAT STRICT. MW YORK CITT. JAMES & CO., i-i- rst wiass Lriverymn Center-town- , "YES, BUSINESS IS GOOD." S35i3BflKSi New York Stan.- - Kentucky. ';! r . MOOSE TARIFF DENOUNCED Starck Pianos iaAdranoo Satiafao tloa Guar No Money PLANK Protectionists Show Weakness of Party's Sta.itj. The tariff plnnk la tbe Washington party platform is denounced and Its sponsors are declared to be "Incidental protectionists" In a statement Issued tecently over the slKnoture of .lames Ddbson. president, and Chester W. Hill, secretary, or the IVnusylvanla Protective union. This Is the first formal statement that has emanated from the union since the primary campaign and Is taken us an Indication that the organization does not mean to diminish Its activities In behalf of pro tective tariff principles and the re election of United States Senator Penrose. The Pennsylvania branch of the Progressive party Is known as tho Washington party. The statement reads: ing an organization of manufacturers and Dullness men formed for the stole purpose ot promoting protection principles and aaaaaiaV P A Faotorjr Price V.nm lent Tenuis A EOwra(Net anteed Saving oi SlOO to STARCK S200Fao From tory Direct -- OWN HOME . it Htnrflr Tln... r.. tn .i ,, that you wm )Uy upon uso ome. No cash payment required. ,ll we nsk highest juade. Huretcst toned and (Input plnno In every way. that you lave ever ween for the money, you aro nt perfect liberty to send It back, and we will. In that both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you. oient. pay the or tliric la no sale. tVO Will HIlll) VOll n. Itpnilffrill Qn nnvc' cdcc tdiai r"r'GO. iBfc in your " 'upperuio.st In the coining campaign? If the people disapprove the Democratic tariff policy the Republican party Is their historic recourse. If they wish to hold the Democratic administration responsible for hard times they will naturally concentrate upon a party which has hopes of winning, not throw their Votes away In behalf of one which a constantly dwindling minority. The colonel seems to have appreciated fully that the logic of events was against bis party. The newspapers speak of his being very careful to keep antagonism to the Republican party out of his speech. He appeared to be trying to hold a door open for himself into the Republican party. Tbe question whether the Republican party or the Progressive party would survive has been answered. The Progressive party will go. There Is no place for It. The colonel's speech makes Uiat clear. ROOT'S RETIREMENT. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. Ur . Republican and Louisville Heraldt $1.35 The 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The uepublicam and JJauy owensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.76 The Republican and 175 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine. . 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 ; Globe-Democr- at Twice-a-Wee- Save $150.00 or Mart We ijilp duvet to you from our factory, at prices that aatr you upwards of $150.00 In ttiu We guarantee to furulth of your piano. ytu Utter piano for the money than you ran cure rlewhere.. You sreaamrnt of recoiling Easy Payminfs Ton pijr no ca!i down, but after 30 days of trial, uu can britin payment on the low. cat, easiest term, oer jsjeted by a piano manuficturcr. These terms are to jit your convenience, ami It It arrant?! for poiiible you to rey a omo far yorr home, without inliili i; lr money. rot a New York Senator's Career Commented on Editorially. Mr. Root's retirement from the senate, now made certain by his letter to Mr. Barnes, will take from the public The Pennsylvania Protective union, be- pi mo. satisfactory iwett toncJ durable high (trad; for 55 year. Tut. tfuAfaaU baa u of It our 35 yean of plim eaperlmce, and the repui!ie4 tation of nr responsible lano houtt. guaranteed "EveWtarek pi.nu &i-Ha- nd largsd!.! 1 aiarcx "laya7P.23iM 50 Fraa NhsI hare constantly on band l.iKV iuiiuci l vin.,r ,jx, anj eeeon I bind piano of aH atandard makes taken in for r.ew Starck Piano and Player-PianThe folio, li.j am a few sample bargains i tV Litsent Weber Steinway Cbickering Kimball $110.00 92.00 90.03 ua um be delighted witll the many feit'ires of the wonderful Instrumenla, anj will he pleased with tho very low prices at which i'uiiy can be .ecured. ;. riuofl market. You will JtircV Puytr-l.the tiet anil most haurt-Iu- tn. business application ot same, feel called upon to warn the public against the fallacious tariff plank In the platform adopted by the Washington party at Iiamsburs on P. A. STARCK PIANO CO. To cerj- - purchaser of Starck Pianos, we gite free music lemons, in one of the best known schools tn Chicago, These lessons you ran take in your own borne, by mall. This representa one year tree instruction. Plans Soo'ii Free Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano book which trite you a large amount of information refardlnj pianos. Thii book will Interest and please you. write today, Starck econd-bao- 95.00 199.00 bargain list. Send for our latest complete 1348 Starok Bldtf., CHICAGO i v 4 We are Shipping Whiskey to Ky. Right Day Now--Eve- ry Deliveries made promptly mail us your orders. Prices- furnished on anything in the liquor lino. The barrel given away last Christmas went to Ohio county. Wo are giving another one away now very shortly. Every quart you buy here either in person or by mail for cash, gets a chance on this barrel. If you have the lucky number you can cash it for $65.00 The more chances you get, the more likely you are to get the barrel. - P. R, LANCASTER 1 CO,, Dwensboro. Ky, Distributors of "Old Quality," "Premier Pure," "Old W. S. Stone." i OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE iiSEjM J iirnins undln at .latch and description may opinion fr whether an oulctlr uccrulu our ptqnthU, Communle. Is probably siiTentlnii tlon atrlctlr eoimdoiitfai. HAND BOM on Patent Mtanta. entire. Oldest (aencr for aeourluCo. l'atont taken ttrouab Muua A ipeCHMVW witnoiu ooarf , Buckbee'a "Full ot Life" Northern Growa Pedigreed Seeds lave reputation of ASvearaaaT luccetsf ul teed growing bemud tuem. it pay tUnt the best. Seasonable Specialties: Earliest Re.) Valentine . . ,. Refugee Extra Early New Stringless Cretti Pod . WardweU'a Imp. Kidney Wax Davit New While Wax . . Currie's Kutt rrool Was . SEEDS BBAN8 jj.aj This plank after frankly condemning the Democratic policy as "a Bravo menace" and liter discussing certain extraneous matters In no way connected with the tarlR concludes with the following: "The tariff is a matter ot business, not politics. Schedules should be adjusted on a business basis tree from political Influences. Only In this way will the benefits Df protection reach the great body ot the people. To this end we advocate n nonpartisan tariff commission and the revision ot the tariff, one schedulo at a time. Reckless haste, improper Influence, sectional party politics and the vast range of subjects affected, all unite when a general tariff bill Is enacted to produce unscientific and haphazard legislation, suddenly Jlsorganlzlng business und menacing our prosperity as a commercial nation." To alt employers nnd employees the proposition that the tariff be "taken out of politics" Is very alluring, but as practical business men we recognlie tho fact that If the tariff is not In politics to stay It Is at least In politics now and can be restored to a protective basis only through political nctlon. The suggestion of a nonpartisan tariff commission to revise the tariff, one schedule at a time. If not utterly ncndemlc. is nt least hopelessly out of tune with existing conditions. In the first place, tho Wilson administration has cut and hewed all schedules far below the low water mark" of protection as determined by the. cost of production at home and nbrond. To re store Industry, to furnish employment to tho million or more ot wage earners who are nt present unable to earn n livelihood snd to put the business and commerce of the United States on a healthful busU once more It will ba necessary to write an entirely new tariff law at once. There cannot bo too "reckless haste" In pulling a drowning man nut of the wattr, nor have we any confidence In theorists who In .an appeal to class prejudices at. tempt to differentiate between protection to the employer and protection to the wage earner. There Is only one way In which tariff can protect wages, and that Is by protecting the business paying tb wages. NO June 4. 1914. service the best Intellect now devoted to It, says the New York Tribune. His career In office has been one of extraordinary distinction. He was a great secretary of war, later an equally great secretary of state, nnd Anally he entered the senate to become a great senator. Few men have ever In a single term acquired tbe distinction which Mr. Root obtained in (he senate ut once, for the upper bouse Is a place of slow pro- WHY NOT MAKE S200,00 A MONTH motion, where long sen-Icand experience have weight. Its giants have S50.00 a Week, almost $10.00 Day been men whom their states had re' . at ..'1 ..I'';.' Selling Victor Sates and boxes turned repeatedly. But Mr. Roofs to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and knowledge of public business gained in farmers, all of whgmreallie the need of aiafei but io'liot Snow bow easy ltlatdown tbe cabinet, together with his penetratone. Salesmen declare our proposition one ot ing Intellect, gave blm a commanding g opportunithe best, clean-cu- t ties ever received. Without previous experiInfluence from the outset. No oue Is ence YOU can duplicate tbe success of others. now sitting In the upper house who is BBBBBBfl Our handaomelv Illustrated catalog BbVBbBBb) will enable you to present tbe subject to cuslistened to more attentively. There is tomers In as Interesting no one In either house whoso capacity you were piloting them through our faotory. a manner as though lien appointed as as aY jitesmcn advice and Instructions for selllnir sales, arlvinir for public affairs Is more widely recogconvlncinc talklne Dolnts which it Is Impossible for a Drosoectlve customer to denr. Wh nized. don't YOU be thee first to apply from your vicinity before someone.else gets tbe territory! The loss to public life In bis retire- We can favor only one salesman out ot each locality, The2Sth anniversary of our ment Is very great. company was celebrated by Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. a e - - flat's fire-pro- well-to-d- o ttHgk rei-elv- money-makin- WHAT LONDON OF THINKS THE NEED NOW FOR 'rwwmmv Trade Mams nrannHB f?navRiaMT lie. wi Itlkut wwijr xTiiUuii ot ant eUntltfo joura!. ft Sckntilic flmrkaii.lu hautrlaUimAI ! wataukblsa uu rclr wmj!2XW ytMri lour monui, $L MeWlia Uwwmwm T Buckbee'a Lightning Express i.oo Bushal MttHtfc, Toeaato aod a lull line 4 ?cds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing pcicaa. Send lor complete catalogue or submit a list your reaultements and wtllquote price. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. . Jj.50 Bushel New Early Gradus s jo Bushel Horslord's Market Garden . j 50 Bushel Extra Early Alaska PBA8. , .... J450 Bushel 4.75 Bushel 9449 Bushel Jj$o Bushel bushel fj.70 Buthd PROGRESSIVE PARTY. Roosevelt's Own Words Show Folly of Its Existence. On the face of Colonel Roosevelt's re-re- From London I'unch.J putter right of men. Our roaring Roosevelt, swims Into our ken. With clash of cymbals and with roll ot drums. Reduced In weight, from far Drazil ho comes. What risks were hist Tho rapids cauclt his form, Upret his bark and tossed him In the storm. Clutching his trumpet in a fearless hand. Tho damp explorer struggled tn the land. Then set the trumpet to Ills lips and blew A blast 'that echoed all tho wide world through. And In a tone that made the nations quiver Proclaimed himself the finder of a river Maps, he declared, were made by doddering fools Who knew no better or defied the rules. While he. the great Progressive, traced the course Of waters mostly flowing to their source. Emerged' at last snd buoyed up with the sure hope Ot .geographic fame, he made for Europe; Tlew to Madrid, and there awhile tie tarried Till Kermtt went (good luck to K.I) and married. Next lindon sees him and with loud good Onco more tho tireless erecting the most modern safe .factory in tbe world. Wideawake men who received our special telling Inducement, aUircd llueceaury joiisll our output. We are apenatak many thousands of dollars eaj laruine our sales organlzatlOB but to learn all particulars, 1 Will cost you only tbe pruse of a postal card. Hsk for Catalogue 16 T. aaauSaaaTiiiay'HrpBkiivvapPfljBl Ba Our New Horn 'ft ' THE VICTOR ljrsay v" faaijajaKa Annually. SAFE &' LOCK GO. Capacity 20,000 Safes CINCIMhATI, OHIO BUttaEfi'S BULBS' BULBS SUCCEED. LfMtsu. WIstUNk, H. W. BUCKBEE Pittsburgh spweh. why shouldn't tbe Progmsive party disappear? What need li there nf two opposition parties, both taking practically the same position upon tbe Issues that are likely to be fields to the mighty tamer of Drazil And hears and cheers the while by his own flat he Lectures our Geographical society. Boon to his native Urd behold him go To take a hand In riiiflllnar Mexico. Poe Wilson want him? Well. I hardly know. will ' Souveal JmUkt Urav JL MLMSimlRJ'JBWnK lite, kWlUa, lajtKfrtB4aa,U,sWk UnaU. aaa tPtnahi, taaatLill 'rim rir la ntitoaaiaia I iaa ..Ssia Tulip, 1 au an MUau. baafla jMBMai J"m Tv!!. frttaaniati ) mm I rtUa Twiv yuuav I afiii lauwww.iu. at. MtuUoM tMli Writ Itvafey asyisW MBTSCk 3S GE21N' tolJaatlfa, flkaaten fcU kaklu u4 tasjat. laja f aWU mw a 'Ifaila ta BinlM Timw Baalneaa. A1 cermanuat ou. 1 trial will make ' totuar. tiatlafaaUoaawaateoiloryotu ' ' monflv twfundad. SPECIAL OFFER; tout Mosey and Keep ia Style by Reading McCaU'a Magazine and Uiing McCall Pattern ' MACAU'S HACA2UU Ladies! ,ve McCaa'aMaiaalsewlll bolp you dfc-.-j st y CoUdliJaale,J,te. 1 1 I smiuishmsi, laaaatwitsa. aHlM raWtptsM. aasjwava wwa a laaai aw mm tm bm i sMUTi paia, ami latitats tfaaaaJB, VsUM M rVksU B Tat aBMaUamaanaaam M taWsMsaaMa. m ?. - wWl Saiaa IK 1 t whs " s w saaaaayw ..I. at L. A.ll.dl.. aHMIsWiaa) Maty way asaaaat, jaw ayaaiaai BWM wasaaaw ... fi ab. ihs Lm M. RvSaMaf urn Nona it. ftMcrou.u. uu'41 lasuiuus iu , clotbei ami halt. M Now Fashion Dcslcni I Iu cub Lsup. AUo ' luaMa liifiutnatlo:! I I 011 sll boinv kucl Ouly filial matters. Ci)c a year lurludniK a frro paltexi. 1 nritu today cr BBaaaVaVasaaataaTBaWa, fur Ireo saiaplo copy. McCall f altiiu u ill enable you to make In your owu homo. v liya.'r.'wu ianJ il'jtlii.ii;fi.r yourself aud cUlldnoii which will b Iu strle aud ft. I'u i.(i 13 hi"!irr I'Aiu li cents riernl fur free 1'stteru Cataluuo. We W4I Cits Tea Fim rnstato far coltluc sntf I'rurolum f utalouua and Cstb Prise Oflcr, TBI aVCAU COWAST. ZMiaZai'llcal Jiia St, Jul TDK exionu by koepluit TOtl poktctt Oli Mill nt a HKxIerais icrlplionismoncytiurl iinU. 'iul frIito wUfeHtirsMt ttOh4,m " A : BIG AUCTION LOT SALE H i viHH k h PPPPPH JpppppH JpppH pppppJH JpppppppppV AT 1:30 O'CLOCK P. M. Evejy man, woman and child should attend this sale. The business men of Fordsville will close their business houses for two hours in order to give every one an opportunity to participate in the sale and enjoyments of this auspicious day. ' A number of presents,including novelties of unusual beauty, will be given away absolutely free. The lots to be sold are in Westerfield Court, the beauty spot of Fordsville and in every way suited for residences, and has recently been beautified and everything set in order for this booster day. M Gash, Balance in 3, 6 and 9 1 MmTIIvi Months, with Interest at 6 per cent; To Be Sold to White People Only. One-thir- d flinfflMfl t Fordsville is one of the best towns in Kentucky; located in the center of a territory fertile and productive and inhabited by as good citizenship as can be produced in the world. Good schools and churches, and is destined to be second to none as a tobacco market, being accessible by three railroads and having the best freight rates of any town within a radius of 30 miles. A loose leaf tobacco warehouse now seems to be'a certainty for Fordsville. The citjzns,are enthused over the prono-sitio- n ot an ice and electric light plant. With such improvements, Fordsville will betmr recipient ofthat' increased prosperity to "which she is justly entitled. i .y A Fine Band of Music will Enliven the Occasion I : : 1 Don't Forget the Day mmi Saturday, July 18 SALE TO BE CONDUCTED BY Young-Tayl- or Development fit. 1 j V44 p