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OLD T-- - mtifoth nzpnhlkan DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 915. $1 per Yar HAKTJFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 26, (rlnc lint the "wluile system under which wo live Is wrong." If our system of Jurisprudence la wrong then Its opposite, outlawry, must lie right, and we should remove nil legal restraints from nround the people nml leave men to of etui themselves by physical force. If our financial system Is wrong then all our financiers Iiavo no rights that wo are hound to respect and we should Indeed, confiscate their property. is Uot that Socialism? If our religious system is wrong is not Its opposite right? And that Is infidelity. Are uot a number of leading Socialists openly attacking the Itlhle and Christianity? How No, 37 MOSLEM'S KILL MITER ONSOGIAUSH CANDIDATE MORItOW ' I TOO MUCH WHEAT CARD GOING TO ISSUES n A EUROPE Agriculture she was one of God's purest, sweetest, noblest christian characters, and lived a life of absolute devotion to her Savior, her family and her friends. -- "to know her was to love her," for meS That PfOgreSSlVCS Nomi- Are the Department Sounds of o- v A, T Stntes of .Vow York, New Jersey, Massachusetts Pennsylvania, and where amendments to the constituJ Unique Remedies For Intern- Washington, March 22. Warning tions extending the franchise to wo- Mob Rule Supreme Louisville, Ky., March 22. A and Ameri-- quarrel among Kentucky Hepuhll, that the present heavy exports to men will- be voted on this year cony ferred here pcrance and with Mrs. Arthur ve sore spots and Kuropean nations of American wheat can Mission Refuge For !cans;, '0,m to M. Dodge, president of the National vos ',Iy rounds that will not heal and (lour cannot he continued withThousands. developing between sup- - out endangering the wheat supplies Association opposed to woman suf' ,llckl-- ' ' n,v .i ,i,..,vl--i n,,.i i.- tr porters of E. I'. Morrow, of Somer- for food and seeding requirements frage, and decided upon a vigorous i campaign islhtent with their creed? against the amendments. srnnnj y set, candidate for the nomination for nt home, was contnlned In the I Carry out the doctrine of Socialism A resolution was passed calling upSimmons, Ky., March 191 governor, and New York, March 23. The Perof Agriculture's men. on women in the four States to "bend Kdltor Hcpubllcan. It has been a u,1(1 '011 w"l produce an inferno here sian War Relief Committee, The latter, formerly avowed Pro- !)epartnicnt In the opinion of the with good many years since I hilvc per- on earth that it never entered into every effort to so decisively defeat gressives, say they cannot forgive department's experts, exportatlons headquarters in this city, y revotes for women at the polls this mitted myself to be provoked Into the mind of Dante to conquer. ceived the following cablegram from Morrow for his alleged Interference at the same rate as during Decem Yp'rltlng anything political. 0. T. TINSLEY. I have! at the 1912 g. o. p. convention In ber, January and February until the autumn that the citizens of these Tiflts, Russia: given my thoughts to things less epcoming of the new wheat crop would States will be relieved of this annoyChicago. "All villages burned except three. Oil Gusher in ndmoiisou. ing agitation." hemeral and more ennobling, but in upon normal Two Christian quarters of Urumiah Morrow has issued a statement in encroach domestic Urownsvlllo, Ky., March 2.1. The this day when political quacks and plundered and a great many people which he discussed conferences held needs. Defeated in Maine. (icmogogues ure us spontaneous as oil well brought in by the Edmonson Investigation has disclosed that uas company in the here by Republicans and Progres Augusta, Me., March 23. Woman killed. Women taken captives. Fifu" rrogstools and as Instructing and asllou,u teen thousand refugees sives and in which he claims support i there was on March 1 an apparent 'Amerintrusive lis fleas, one must be cudu i .ii on a iiems uas proven to ne a for his candidacy by a practically surplus of about 91,000,000 bushels suffrage failed to pass in the House ican mission. Great In the dancer. Thft 'gusher" of capacity Although the vote in favor ed with n monumental equipoise, If of wheat over the domestic require- of tho resolution proposing to sub- French mission has been destroyed. ' m "" ,s crnoinK me iop unanimous Progressive vote. he successfully combats the tempta- - j"J", ments for food and seed that was mit to the voters of He says: of ,hc wel1'. leu,,lnB ,,lt0 a creek the State the There are 10,000 refugees in Rustion to speak out his mind In defense "I have seen In the columns of a available for export In the four question of giving women the right sia." m;o ureen jsiver ai pvnicn ompiics of the truth. The message was signed by Aslan-of- f, llrownsvllle. J. J. Wells, a merchant Louisville afternoon paper a news months from March 1 to July 1. to vote was favored, 88 to 59, with If truth crushed to the earth will I at Ilhoda, has not accepted a Russian contractor of Tiflls. itetn concerning a meeting between ' While the exports of wheat, includ- - one pair and two absentees. It fell the offer rise again, so will error and false-hoo- of the Petroleum Oil Company of Cen. Leslie Combs, pretending to rep- ing flour, during those four months Urumiah Is In Northwestern Pershort of the two-thirvote required. and, the latter seemingly more llMillnilt'liililn- - of Sinn.nnO for tlio ton resent the Pogressivo party of Ken- last year were 30,000,000 bushels, The Senate last week passed the sia, not far distant from the Russian vigorous Men are blown about bylacre border. A previous dispatch froili lract of Iant, upoIl whlcll tne tucky, and Judge George DuRello it is pointed out that those exports resolution by a wide margin. every wind of doctrine The world , ,ocate(1 DJuIfa, Persia, received here March va,ue8 n the and Charles Scholl, of Louisville, during December, January and FebLand Is on a tangent. Men Inbibe false 2J, was to the effect that the Turvcn, re ,ncreag rapldly and pretending to represent tho Repub- ruary last averaged almost 35,000,-00- 0 Osteopathy. rummy until iruwi. ii oit .men are (locking to this field In lican party, in which meeting it was niuiii inure kish Consul at Urumiah, at the head bushels per month, and if that Dr. G. B. Dockery, whose office Is does not require much effort to go great numbers. stated, among other things, that 1 rate of export continued until the at Beaver Dam, will be in Hartford of seventy Askarls, recently attacked wrong. It only needs that one drift This oil field Is regarded by many would not receive the support of the new crop is available It would every Monday, Wednesday and Fri- the American mission there. Priests with the current. But much anxious as among tho best undeveloped ter- Progressives In the State if nominat- amount to 140,000,000 bushels. day of each week and will treat pa- and deacons upon being ordered to cure and thought need be exercised ritory in thn United Stntes and a ed for governor by my party. leave the mission were Insulted and The department's Investigation did tients at their homes. 37tf to. keep ever approximately near the beaten, It was stated In the dispatch. "It is not true that the real lead- not include inquiries into stocks of dozen wells will be put down at truth. The body politic lias been af- - once. Russian troops, It was also said, had ers or rank and file of the Progres- flour, but the opinion is expressed , Dieted wjih all kinds of political i been sent for to save the lives of sive party arc opposed to me and will that they do not show so much re- FOUND TAMPERING granger-- 1 agaries. greciihncklsms, Christians whom the mission was un- -. not support mo if nominated the duction as wheat stocks. A factor Ism, whalcrlsin, populism, etc. Uuti POSSUM HUNTERS aMe to protect. exact contrary Is the truth. Out In in the situation, indicated by the de- WITH WITNESSES the greatest of all the political fal-- l Urumiah has been In the throea the State nearly every former and 'partment, Is that 'the Southern States I Incics In my day Is Socialism. of mob rule for a week, according IN OHIO COUNTY present leader of the Progressive have greatly Increased their wheat The votorlos of this cull sec In It , to reports received here by the Pres- party desires my nomination and will acreage, the crop of which will be ii panacea for all the Ills political, j .marketable before July 1 and will Judge Anderson glvo mc an earnest support. ' Takes Promp byterian A Bonrd of American MisThey can count off their finger tips feign of terror in which, "Gen. Combs, In stating that I havo the effect of increasing the sions. mo solution of ait the knotty prob- - Masked Men Whip Thomas TiN was unpopular with the Progres- - available, supplies between no.w and .. . Action Against Accused maurauders and bandits hold away li'ins of government. has driven tens of thousands from sives, cither willfully misstated tho that dnte. ford and Son Near Defendants. the city and into the outlying provfact or spoko in Ignorance of tho I Problems of government that inces and has sent other thousands, truth. He is not opposed to me be- - Organized Movement Hack of Pro- would make llryau and Wilson and Rockport. posed Hand Issue. to the protection of the American cause I am unsatisfactory to his parthe other functionaries of our govIndianapolis, March 23. Sheriff flag, which waves above the Presbyr ty, but because he has transferred ernment spend sleepless nights, gito Madlsonvllle. Ky.. March 23. g enmity for my Tho Hopkins county Good Roads As- Dennis Shea, City Judge Thomas terlan mission there. j Kockport, Ky., March 24. A to. me his hoclnilst no trouble at all. Ten thousand persons were housuncle, the late William O. Bradley. They remind one of the old woman band of masked and armed sociation was organized at a meet- Smith and Street Inspector Alexan" proved nll her assertions by tors last night at 11 o'clock, went to' ing this afternoon of the citizens der Aczel, alias Steel, three defend- ed in the mission three weeks ago, Death of Simon Jones. utyjng "twice nine Is eighteen." the home of Thomas Ttlford, a well from all sections of the county, held ants In the Terre Haute election according to Information received Uncle Simon Jones died at his at the courthouse, and the date of case, "were ordered into custody by here. These refugees included alThey prove that they uro right by known , and prominent fnrmer who ,.. ,, 7 ... . . . ... '. .... -- mo -- u uiei., in t. m iimuu t.. numifi uu .i. 00.J in l.. the election on the $300,000 bond Is- the United States marshal here late most the entire native Christian popusscrilllg iiiui uverj'..,uuuj cim: i uvea auoui n,, nuis ironi uocKpori, t. wrong. When Solomau wrote there and after seizing him and his son his "3d year. Uncle Simon was quite sue was changed from May S to May today by Judgp Anderson for alleg- ulation of the city, between 4,000i and 5,000, the 200 or 300 American Is nothing now under the sun, he Fred, took them Into a nearby thicket a character and quite a factor in the 29. The change was made in order ed tampering with witnesses. Judge Anderson also asserted he missionaries and teachers whose accoult not havo had the slightest pro- - and after Instructing them to do cer- - development of the coal fields of to give the advocates of the bond defend- tivities have been conducted under monition of Socialism. jtaln things, whipped them with hick- - Kentucky. issue more time in the coming cam- would put all twenty-eigj He was born in Tonmauo, South paign. Ofncers were elected as fol- ants in Jail If he heard of. any fur- the board's supervising and a heterThe remedies they offer for some ory switches. The whipping was not very severe Wales March 27, 1842, and was lows: Leo Schmctzer, president; 13. ther attempts to influence or bribe ogeneous aggregation of foreigners. of our s6clal lils have the doubttul Danes, Swedes, Norwegians and preeminence of being unique anyway, and alter it had been administered married to Hannah Wathan, Deceni- - E. Laffoon, vice president; Otho government witnesses. "I shall try to teach you gentle- other Europeans pressed beside Mos- -. Many eminent social reformers and they were allowed to return to their her 25, 1863, This union was never Fowler, secretary, and L. E. Little-pag- e, ' children. They The Executive men there is some law In this coun- lems in the headlong flight for life treasurer. Christians in all ages have spent homes. The attack, it seems, from Mossed with-ancombating the evils of the story told a reporter for The He- - came to this country In Juno 1869. Committee will bo composed of two try," declared the court after tho from the mob to the missions, actheir lives cording to the reports. The doora. intemperance, but it was reserved for publican by Mr. Tilford, grew- - out of Uncle Simon worked for six months men from each of the seven magis- Jury had retired. During the afternoon seven wit- were open to all. Alt who could be your modem socialist to discover a a "possum hunter" warning that was in a mine at St. Mary, Ind., near terial districts, About thirty members of the Daw- nesses testified they were taken accommodated within the buildings, remedy at once, simple, practical and recently posted on the gate of Henry Terro Haute. From there he went Stearsman who lived on Mr. Tilford's to Tamara, III., and worked for threo son Springs Commercial Club were from the VIngo county Jail on a writ it was said, were accorded the pro- -i effective. It seems that the "possum ' months, going from there to New-an- d in attendance, and many addresses of habeas corpus, and- brought to tection of the American flag. Let tho reformers of nil ages staro farm. The arrest of these Ind, working there three were made In behalf of tho bond Is- Indianapolis. The missions themselves embrace gaBp. .Here Is the remedy. Let hunters" somehow got the impres-- , burg, everybody muke all the red liquor he slon that Mr. Tilford himself tacked months, and from Wewburg came to sue. An active campaign Is to be- men apparently aroused the court's a number of buildings, divided Into Chief of wants to mid everybody drink all the, the sign on tho gate. Mr. Tilford is Earllngton, Ky., and helped to open gin immediately, and tho genral opin indignation, and after questioning two compounds, first mine of tho St. Barnard ion seems to be that the bond Issue District Attorney Dailey, ordered the these is a great school building a red liquor he' wishes! The stomach emphatic In his denial of any par-(th- e men held here and not returned to mile and a half from the city proper. Tor booze and hoozo for the stomach. ' tlclpatlon In the placing of tho warn- - Coal Company. He stayed there for will carry. Vigo county. persons, it was Several thousand If tho remedy is not very convincing lng. "I did not know anything about ' something Jlke a year, and then Dailey said some prisoners had thought could find protection within Death of Mrs. T. I). 1 1 en f row. it will havo In Its favor tho redeem-- , it until I heard them talking about , went to Rockcastle county, Ky., and Mrs. T. D. Renfrow died March been held in solitary confinement Its walls. The second compound conIt and I never even saw the notice at stayed there for three months, and lug element of popularity at least. And then ngaln there Is something all," said Mr. Tilford in au interview In December 1872 ho came to Render, 17, 1915, nt her homo In Llvermore, and a small pollco quarantine had sists of a number of buildings in the new under the sun In tho way tho with a reporter. Mr. Tilford holds Ky., and began work for tho old Ren- Ky., after au Illness of more than been placed on the jail. The court city proper. These includp a modern Her warned the defense attorneys to In- - hospital of commodious proportions, Socialists propose to treat the di- no 111 feeling against the regulators der Coal company and worked for two years from tuberculosis. to heed the churches to the number of twenty-- . them until they sold out to tho Cen-tr- remains were brought to Dundee, struct their clients vorce evil. Moses of old wrote about as ho (Irmly believes they were unA. O. Stanley, chief !flVe and other schools. Conl and Iron company and has and after beautiful and Impressive court's orders. Over the it and Jesus Christ discoursed about der misapprehension and were misbeen with this company ever since. funeral sgrvlces by Rev. Vanhoy, of counsel of tho defense, started to (principal buildings of this compound It, but bo It remembered that to the taken in tho guilty party. nothing of the American (lag has been placed. s, Ho leaves a host of.rlends and tho M, E. Church, were Interred at protest that ho knew Just why Fred Tilford. Mr. torcslght and Insight of your modern Urumiah is the center of a rich discovson was taken is not known. relatives to mourn their loss. His Sand Hill, Sulphur Springs, amid a witnesses having been Jailed, when Socialist Is duo tho credit of ering a remedy unlquo In ull the He formally lived here where he was wife known to everyone in this com- throng of sorrowing relatives and ho was cut short by the court with ' province of Persia. It was abaudon-th-o s, wero: admonition that he Instruct his cd by the Russians early In the The features that compose It. Alas! employed in tho coal mines, only re- - munity, as "Auntie," Is in rather friends palgn. Tho French mission referred how much valuahlo tlmo has been cently he moved to his father's farm ' feeble health, hut all that loving Messrs. Stephens and Vandruff, of to. it was said, was founded by the spent by wise men In all ages com- l near town. He is well known hero menus anu Kinusmen can ao is ue- - Llvermore; Romey Renfrow, Byron J Kggs For Hashing. Lazarlsta Order, and including the bating this dreadful evil, where a und is liked by everbody, as Is his lng done for her In this, her great F, Bean, Edward Renfrow and Harry Will carry two pens barred Ply- - territory of the province, embraced hour of trouble. Uncle Simon was Wedding, of Dundeo. remedy both suro and steadfast lay father. She leaves n husband, Dr. T. D. mouth Rocks this year. J twenty-si- x chapels and meeting After tho whipping the possum burled In Render burying ground on nt hnnd. Here Is the remedy. Don't First pen headed by First Pen places conducted by sixteen Europe-CockrRov. Renfrow formorly of Hartford; one the 24th Inst. bo admitted the. hunters advised Mr. Tilford to como Wednesday marry. It must Cypher's Poultry an priests and three natives employ-Farfrom remedy would cure tho evil against to this city and havo the mntten Hiram urown preacuea tue uuerai son and ono daughter, Willard Her New York. Second pen head- - t4 and there wero in the mission man and Helen Thomas, aged 17 and How unwise, 'published In Tho Republican and oth which It Is directed. 9 'years, respectively; also three ed by First Pen Cockrel from Gosh- - 177 sisters of charity, HIiliuiyliiK on Other Side. then must appear tho laws of our cr papers, Tliis Mr. Tilford did this According to friends of Edwin P. sisters, Mesdames Frank Armstutz, en Poultry Farms. First pen eggs, The Christian quarters which were directed against morning. country, that are Morrow, who is seeking the Republi- New Athens, III.; Fred Lindner, of $1.00 per 15 eggs. Second pen, 75 invaded. It was said, were occupied men and women who consort togethA. S. of K. Notice, (by colonies of natlvo Christians, who can nomination far Governor, they Percy, Ill. and Joe Kellermnn, of cents per 15 eggs. er like tho heabts of tho flpld. Also will bo able to furnish day- - called themselves All locul secretaries of Ohio coun havo traced Nestorluns and the alleged "Bull" Plnkneyvlllo, III., and two brothers, Down with the marital rplatlons chicks" at 15c apiece. whose occupancy dated back more and repeal the laws thut enforce ty are urged to make a report to tho Moose Republican" movement In, op- Messrs. John and Charles Miller of old 111., and a host of J. C. ILER, than 1,000 years. iiu.ni.' Give us "free love." Free county and State secretaries I mine- - nosltlon to his candidacy to certain Plnkneyvlllo, ..... n .. . ! no tils fnt n ml , Hartford, Ky. 37tf i mo siaverj Ul "lum-i"""- '. 1llatnllf " tlt Ctnta ltnnt.il "umo tm DAni nntintln cniiinaii nt , iuuhiuh,, mm friends tp mourn their loss. uuiM xrn nl o r mmuuum, woman from LOTS OF PLKASURK ) Mrs. Renfrow (nee Miss Carolina mpny, tho thralldom of housewifery make arrangements for the State from what they say a coterie of ob-aTukiug pictures with uu Kustman. TOWN TAXKS. Read out of meeting as soon as possible and this llging Democratic "bosses," who havo Miller) was born near Plnkneyvlllo, companionship. A big line of Kodaks and Supplier your religious creed, If you happen meotlng can't be held until local heretofore been believed to have can- 111., Juno 16, 1878, and her parents o u ' per cent penalty goes on all Just tu, also Watches and Jewelry Illinois peoouo the monstrous idea of secretaries report. So please make fined their beneficlent efforts to "run- - were diligent, to have ' at the very lowest prices. Hee un be- inlng" their own party, are now do- - ple. She was married and came to town tuxes April 1st. x woman's being a helpmato for nian.' your report at once. 'voting some attention to selecting Kentucky the beautiful, happy bride O. T. O'HANNON, fore orderiug and gave moaey. ,, H. M, PIRTLE. Socialistic, monstroclties, re- These I' , J. IS. TAPPAN, Tax Collector, County .Sec'y,. and Member of State the Republican nominee for Gover- - of Dr. T. D. nenfrow, March. 1,7,, pellant though theyre, arebut the " " OptlcUa. City Of Hartford .J,''35t4 Jeweler 1896. It can be truthfully said that 35t4 nor. L,ouisviue Times. uoaru. sequence of tho Socialist aoc- loglcal e. to-da- For Discusses Remedies Many Social Evils. Opposed To His Warning Home nation. Opim.sc Woman Suffrage. New York, March 23. Women opposed t o woman suffrage In the Serious Needs Endangered. Riots In Persian District Reported. m. anti-Morro- w to-da- J fiOO-barr- to-da- d, I . life-lon- ... t...i.. ht ; i - d. ul Til-ford- . pall-beare- rs cam-client- . ol .(! fn well-to-d- , tttmj niKifc j, Wr4Ut00ti .U'.UJU41IJI. Ill J TRAFFIC IS IMMENSE I ... ik S. Reaping HUgn rrOIltS JFrOm MUnitlOnS. Uusslnii exporter of Things. City, says the uusslan government Is suffering the most , .heavily or nil. lie lias sent over n - "' . Notwithstanding the excellent gen .SwfalSS Eltimated At One Bl!nnhl.catlnn In .... ... fnr Congress, can- ' r ,IP Slxtj-thin- l ' which he says that already $20.- the lli).! D0lIarS fiy End ' !. ,. - 000.000 has been lost thru the ex- - '"'' democrats themselves admit that 2iut:i I wan iiiui ivcw uuu iiivi ivau tuv- ' '" "u " of Year. , cr.CB10U: Iness men believe they can hold this ploltatlon of American commissionv u. i ouu iiiL'itoni; U1IU " trade after the war Is over. They'ers and brokers. When you pay SS95 for "England Is financing nor our flagrantly prodigal In the npproprla- tinu.- 'o ...,. .!. ,,.!, nt im mop-v- When the l Mor- - ,Ion of ,ub,lc an Allen 34 you get dont here for Creat Britain, chases thru the house of J. Democrat., York March 20.- -A common cre In opposition they S895 worth of car. --.,t:.u:ue of thenar's length Is three The Allen J4 h in hand, sends over here various bu- - denounced Republican extravagance Allen 37 horsepower ento the first six months of the w"e" mc Into power .tow You don't pay a cent for un" reancratlc ofllclal. and military and -- Mntt e war w I II pre ,af gine, Weston tItCy were not prevented by the cer- the United States sold about w necessary overhead expense. floating axle, ttioliair top I b lng Joneel ,aln,y of declining revenues and the J4CA0M.OO0 in war supplies, not and leather uphohtcry, a ' Wc build intcjrity into every Allen ,' . P' .? ..A consideration foodstuffs Jnto Warner tr.nsmission and 1' .." e. "f i.n.inp,, m,iiniu. and In manv ,. Pnpe of a serious deficit from sur!, . neertng gr.ir. automobile. Our orcaniJtion is I tl, 2:fn;3iP4) for civilian populations, but suiua iui uic u.nio.i a.ui;. om.i. n..l.ll .. " "" not even speak the hngllsli langu- - '""'"" expand-im- ; drive, Wc arc in strong and permanent. army materials. By August 1 a contract had never before been .'niTP tiipv come siraigtu from tlin profuse "I expenditure. While thc ' hraLes HO inch . . celved In this country. In the past the automobile busincsi to stay. . wFrellute, demountable icr iTSiJc will reach $1,000,0)0.000; "...,,. """"I.. ' .!.).... u..v".j. .. i ofhees of the Ministries of War. in- ILlUUt- . tVVl m.,.ia (41 rim, aluminum rranlc Our purpose h to make every Allen xiC. unless something occurs to Ut Uli3U CltUJ H eein in Communications and p. A.nHl.A.l """ dustrv. rae and aluminum proprlation for national defense and ' this phenomenal business. Germany. '. c?r do its part m upholding our cae, full tnuit-nrIn the Pittsburg district, which inreputation for pvmi: the urcatcsC iX.flO.OOO,000 will have poured into social welfare. They spent of electric tt&htt many Germans , "What can n ilu&slan chlnovik Ibe people's money, as so many Con- -cludes Bethlehem, get. possible value for the price wc . and tltctric tlarttr, fee United States before the treaty ..i.... "'V-,"who formerly worked for the Krupps Tlie weight nf the car l is signed """".. if u"Z. Rressmen have done before, largely ;: If you have been waitinc until you Dm . which, with the :M XMn if the war should stop right are employed. They are now making IKiwtrof the motor, fiitum could buy a stront, swift, safe, . w, ..- - f for social political purposes. economy of operation. "....o Mn tlio Al pa nltlin nf .""" ntor nwv our irade In the materials of war m ..11...U. V. ..V ....x.. ....Vf . practical, not to say astute, business handsome car without paying a dolWc build lr olhar In not a single case did the Sixty-- , itx? umilil soon reach $1000.000.- - course, they .do . not know this defi ...l.l... fis Mn iiiui ..tl. (iii n.Jlnn.1. lar more than its actual worth, the rnujclf. three rnaditer .n .. . i ui h. men in ... iaciorj are, iwsuuui me nd two tourinf cart, .nil uui uiuuia .l.ip.i mnfroc . ntmmnt .. .,M,u.,. ine tifcir jnost of the great contracts nltely, Allen 34, ;)e, carat ranting In nria from aKt:iii, . nit..,l-- r . -. SS7S to $1395. any or. the ancient gratts or fall to 5895, is the complete answer to f art wrmen to oe luinneu wniiom." - h i.,fnrr.,nJ - shell Is nbeing made, tomuieruiai ...ueaiuiKs. shrapnel iTd tn Uie course of the war and your requirements. to them, have lost money for the im - fill' nnv of the regular porK barrels nr,aj Qm ,,.i ,... iiiuii icii, ,i ine Annv anil xnvv nnnrnnriritlnti .v uuiuk uuu n...a o, vF...u. t., -mi for two years, or even longer, lr. ttytt, finuk, pvxtr, econony tf eferalhn, tjuifr.tr.t, itrxhtablt rigui , .rnvarnmofit lm. nr,IH Veu- !'"'" 'J)ar gain ivould be etll larfcer iPronrl, o qualtr.a and price, Alltn (Art talithi ttaJ ov. dims ion unuisturijed the unnecessary tlmv Imvn lint ....n England manufacturers $200,000 for . wn;d we supply both sides. As it posts and yards. The Omnibus . . ... is going to me '...,... i.., n.. iu,u'"., t,. m.iio.ini - ornoiiai commissions for them- - sion bill, the Rivers and Harbors Pennnnnn-w"c s, " notiung bill iphia is turning out a folding savsel Tj"jihIc Allies Factory Representative for Southern Ohio, .djneent Wet Vir and the Public Ruildlng bill were ' ivnnilpn - handles for cutting -- inia Territory. Southern Indiana and cnliro Slate of Kentucky. iti.n.i oiui r,.. ..,A u.- uuCiu...c..t spent $100,000,000 for war up as usual by negotiation, nnd the pork distributed widely enough to , cblS are unable to give anything wire entanglements. When the Dealers : Write or wire for agency proposition "" " imM" Insure a majority. The Rivers and ,rrect figures of the trade inarted the armies used steel pliers f, A large proportion. tor tins worn, wun ine resuu mai gone to pay for a costly lesson In Harbors bill did not pass in the inwar supplies. 1j3 ?arge it Is impossible to say. many men were shocked to death by buying. One manufacturer said tended form, but it appropriated ' I to Canada first and is then ship-j- J high voltage electricity. agents had bought shrapnel $2,"., 000,000 and authorized some these rrom there to England. France, 200 All sorts of factories have been of fresh projects with a a pressed into commission to make toraary0price U Ponly 6?" AnoJhcriPP" cost of ma"- - nilllions. Harsu. or one of their Allies. Vii-ris no penalty for mlsbilling things useful in war. A company in manufacturer told me that we arc .!The Public Buildings lull of March 7. lli-T- T Conn., which usually paying fifty per cent over the price 4th. 1910, provided for 327 build ! Much gunpowder is going Bridgeport. . -- l.l !... rTM. n..HA..l.f.. can n cases marked sugar or salt, makes cemetery monuments of for guncotton. ' Ihave recently purchased from A. C. Yciscr his rceQrdinff ported that "the last of the build- Pacific parts to bronze, is now turning out forglngs a7fally thru the "Russia Is certain to spend in AmAgencies for the following hrc Insurance Companies: Continental, ISafiisc.by way of Vladlvostock. for an auto truck concern which has erica before she has done with the Ings authorized in the act of 1913 Hartford, jEtna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes 5Ui' the most authoritative circles n large order from the allied counwill not hnve been placed under con war at least a billion of dollars." ine business wni'en in nil tne towns ann vninKCS in unio county. tract until about the beginning of it j.s estimated that the principal tries. Rrideenort. hv the wnv is en ' ',he calendar year 1920." Neverthe-- t. These are all old line Insurance Companies nnd I will be pleased to the four hundred millions joying huge prosperity because most rimmhoriiiin's Pouch y. hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Iess tne Sundry Civil Appropriations Respectfully, cif dulars' worth ordered here in the of its industrial concerns are work- Remedy. ,., ilsst .six months were: Motorcars, ing on war orders. r n,Msl,,o ln "rppommemllni. bl at the present session authorized r ... . , .535,000.000! arms, explosives and All thru Massachusetts and Con- - Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my .about 150 new buildings or exten IT $1(53.000,000; Iron and necticut war orders are helping to customers because I have confidence sions, and pehtoesr ibe lite. 56a.000.000; uniforms, socks, overcome the depression of the first in it. I find that they are pleased isions' antl tne Pokers are professing' " .iirs. etc., $30,000,000; chemi-- , few nionths of the war. The Rore with it and call fqr it when again .t0 enlarge the staff of the supervising cx? sjid hospital supplies, $6,000. River Shipbuilding Company is very in need of such a medicine." writes architect so that as the pork barrels, tibGl soldiers' shoes, harness and busy. It is generally reported it Is j. w. Sexson. Montevallo, Mo. For,ro11 out ot Congress he can keep uV:r leather products, ?1S,000,000; liinkint, ie:i submarines for the sale bv all dealers. m pace wttn tnenl- One dealer or agent in w h rmiCfallaiieous, including food Meanwhile river navigation Is de British t.avy, these to be delivered your city and vicinity to clining under Congressional encourtaown to have gone to the at the end of the war. In addition Courage. lraisel for Their sell Evtnrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe nri.HSs. .51GO,000,000. it is making about twenty-fiv-e other Letters are pouring in on" Charles agement, and the new buildings disMotors, which are advertised in all reputable 5: (an be'said without fear of submarines. F. Williams, of Xorristown, president tributed as district pork embarrass j.Rgafyflg magazines of the world. This advertising that the Allies have not Demand for many particular tr- - "f the Manufacturers' Association of the transaction of public business. campaign reaches thousands who have use Postmaster-Genera- l Hurlcson . in 'aaBtmcted for the entire output of tides has been so great that the al- - Montgomery County, from all over, for portable and detachable rowboat II. .?juis and ammunition factories lied governments have signed con-I'li- e motors, but who would have no use for launches on United States, pledging moral common with his predecessors, disbuildings thrust upon the account of lack of time and no summer homes. Write ii lte United States, while scores of tracts .at prices most attractive for support to the stand taken by the likes the promptly for particulars as to how representatives are eH)&2rns are enlarging their plants the manufacturers. In addition, it manufacturers in the Schuylkill Vai- department, because they are unnecRTriH liH with and protected. Begin operations at running three shifts a day to ful-ir- li ls pretty well established that mid-.le- y in trying to have Montgomery essarily elaborate and expensive. In once so as to aotain tne tall benem ol tne season. Ls5r foreign contractsj. dlemen, brokers and agents are County and the country generally numerous cases the Janitor service EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPAN Y Zlimy of these companies don't gathering in millions in commissions, relieved of business depression by a will cost more than the government 292 Walker Street. MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN now has to pay for rent and service Sr ;Jiey are turning out goods for some of which are exhorbltant. Tariff. The . repeal of the Underwood combined, and it wall obtain from a. 3orign Power. They pretty well It is said by a Chicago merchant, 'letters, representing various business .swnuJse It, and they don't care. But for instance, that there is a well-- 1 interests, commend the courage of this increased exnenrilturp n illmln. ltalt only thru a broker or organized band of extortionists, with the Montgomery County manufactur-agent- s ished efflciencv For cnnveninnr-- nf reckless expenditure of the public elected who will fight thruout hia receiving and shipping mall, post - mone' 1,as always been a cancer that wholo term of office for a scientific &zjdz and with great secrecy. In all the big cities on both 'ers, and some of them conclude with, at a budget framed by the offices should ordinarily be situated in me enu uesiroyea rcpuhllcs" and nudgct delivery here, sides of tJocl3 are sold for the Atlantic and headquar-- ! "Keep up the fight; we are back of as the way to escape was to "cen- - minstration according to some gen- near to railway stations as are the and shipment is at the buyer's risk. you." trallze the control ot the appropria- eral appraisal of the relative ImporTi'O Suyer enforces secrecy because While the majority of the letters offices of express companies, but they tions." Chairman Fitzgerald of the tance of different classes of expendare rarely placed where they are lA1'oxls are contraband. The deal strictly with a recital of the busCommittee declared, iture, and subject to reduction but needed because the porkers want Appropriation plants with surround their iness depression generally, and the "One thing that Is essential to ac- not to increase by Congress. and troops of armed El2& fences hope of relief through President Wll- - them in the center of the town. complish in this body is to deprive where they will boost real estate with sjards, not only to ison being made acquainted with the Heat Treatment for Constipation. and make a bigger show. Hence Jas- the Individual member of Congress buyers in maintaining secrecy, actual conditions, others have a dis"My daughter used Chamberlain's per, Alabama, with a population of of tho right to Initiate expenditures." UvKi so to prevent meddling by ill couraging tone and call attention to 2,500 where the governmnt Is now He went on to commend the English Tablets for constipation with good ttt governments hostile to the the fact that on various occasions budget rule, by which It is out of results and I can recommend them i&syas. Secretary Redfield, of the Depart- spending $372 a year for rent, heat, Yields To Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's ment of Commerce, lias expressed his light and Janitor service, is In the order to propose any appropriation highly." writes Paul II. Habin, of firearm and Tt seventy-fiv- e not requested by the government. Urushly, La. For sale by all dealIn the United factories Vegetable hostility to a Tariff. The writers of bill for an appropriation of $107,-00- 0. ers, Its case Isliot at all exceptionStaus ordinarily employ 20,000 ni these letters see little chance of a Compound. a. In calling attention to tho disasNow their forces number square deal at the hands of a man al. Enterprising Congressmen make Ciamo l.au is Void. bigger hauls than that. In 1913, trous consequences of the right now and are Increasing. Elkhart, Ind.: "I suffered for four- hostile to Protection politics. Topeka, Kan., March 20. The Wilmington X. C where the gross poshebscd by Individual Congressmen TS'tt enormous demand for high One of the letters from a Southteen years from organic inflammation, custom house are In initiate expenditures, Mr. Fitzger Fedoral game law, generally known has forced prices to high iemale weakness, ern State told how the" sugar indus- receipts aof the'got $2S,000 year, an appropriation ald undoubtedly pointed to the es- - as tho migratory bird law. was held Picric acid used In making pain and irregulari rrw.l try of the United States had been ties. The pains in wrecked by the Underwood Tariff of$G00,000 for a new building to sential defect of the existing system unconstitutional today by Judga a.osives ills risen trom twenty-fiv- e my side3 were in- and said if the duty on sugar was Khouso a business which employes four of appropriation and to Its one pos- - John Pollock, of tho United States vjuLsto $2.50 a pound and the entire creased by walking swju.Vr on hand has been bought up. uiMLiuis anu m present costs ine gov- - j siuie rumeciy. to leave tne Initiation district court. He held that the or standing on my restored the consumer would not feel eminent twenty-fiv- e cents for each of appropriations to Individuals is to United Stutcs Congress has no jurisTlfova men who still have guncotton feet and I had such it and the Increase In the revenue tzxjuX which can be dolivered withexpose tho public treasury to sys- diction of the game in any of the j awful bearing down wuld make it possible to withdraw dollar collected. tematic raids uudertaken by combi- Stntes. and that the seperate States in Uiirty days are asking seventy-t-jj,I:feelings, was de- - the war tax. Enclosed was tho Congressional extravagance consti- nations of individuals. cunts a pound. The usual What is only have the right to enact laws for in spirits i ture of a wrecked sugar refinery with prjc ia tueuty to twenty-fiv- e cents. and became thin and .the words. "The Underwood Tariff tutes an Illustration of a political needed is a centralized budget con- the regulation or protection of game, George McCullagli. n Galena, Kan. Za. pale with dull.heavy dlu t0 the building what German disease of which history affords many trol, but even tno responsible Conbruary the French government eyes. Ihadsbcdoc- - I ,.,,. ,,,,, ,,, n,.,im... examples. erhul o buy 24,000,000 pounds of It is a well developed gressional leaders such as Messrs. banker, and two friends wore arrestvwKcotton, offering sixty-fiv- e cents. tors &mwhomI received only tempo-i- t and Fitzgerald have ed charged with hhootlng ducks out The Monigomery County Manu- case of the Rota of a conspiracy of underwood give Lydia E. violation of the . as unobtainable. to contracts the parts ot the political body suc- come to favor a centralized budget 'of hlilson nntl facturers' Association of Montgomery x minium a uv.r' placed with a number of mills trial and alsovvcuiuiu rfUiHiniuuu Iaiuir County was organized seven years cessively to drain the vitality of tho and a limitation upon the Initiative ' Fet,crnl law- - Tl' present decision the Sanative Wash. have ot that case, and A conspiracy of this kind of Individual Congressmen. Congress was U, outBrowt .rnr.u)ng over two years. now used the remedies for four months ago for united effort along Industrial whole. Precedent of Interest to "Uure titan 10,000 automobile and cannot express my thanks for what lines. It is composed of representa- works thru and behind the ordinary will never, except perhaps at the timo C8tnl)1,Bl,C8 " the States. rriKtri. have been shipped to England they have done for me. tives of textile, hosiery, lumber and machinery of government. Ordinary of some terrible crisis, wllllneiv M..B'lurl8rac" tawl France since August last, but "If those lines will be of any benefit tobacco interests. Bristol (Pa.) political Issues are mere red herrings sent to tho reform of its own method Health Promotes Happiness. to distract public attention from it. of appropriation. At one time ati atrnim tho way new orders are coming you have my permission to publish Courier. Without health, genuine Joy is ImMrs. Sadie Wjlliams, 455 Elections, candidacies, party organi- tempt was made to organize some lis, uliis branch of trade is only Just them'." possible; without good digestion and James Street, Elkhart,' Indiana. 'cViannlng. The French war author-- . No Use to Try and Wear Out Your zations, social and political agitation, kind of budget control by appropriaregular bowel movement you can- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- Cold figure the average life of an One conference I It Will Wear You Out Instead. the whole apparatus ot the represen- tion committees. pound, made from native root3 and herbs, uui iiuvo neiiiui. why neglect keepkeep on suffering tative system become subsidiary to was enough to develop such conflicts ing st2iim truck is only tevcn days. Thousands contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, bowels open und risk bolng sick are thousands of buying nnd y holda tho record of being the Coughs and Colds through neglect it. The Rota is a veritable cancer, a of policy and purpose that It broke and ailing? You don't S3ti3 for the foreign government most successful remedy for female ills and delay. Why make yourself an morbid growth within the victim's up without accomplishing anything. ono small Dr. King's hnve to. Take Now Life Pill over the country but the two wo know of, and thousands of voluntary easy prey to serious aliments and constitution, nourished by its re- Tho attempt was never repeated. all at night, In tho morning you will blocks of contracts are com-jta- testimonials on file in the Pinkham epidemics as the result ot a neglect- sources and flourishing on its vital- Congress Is full of ardent reformers, have a thru Charles Schwab, of the laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to ed Cold? Coughs and Colds sap your ity. It hits been the curse of repub but they prefer to reform other peo- nnd feel full, freo bowel movement much better. prove this fact Helps your strength and vitality unless checked lics and is the usual cause of their j ple. Any reformation of Congress t!tiUeheni Steel Company and J. appetite and digestion. Try one toIf you Imvo the slightest doubt in the early stages. Dr. King's New death. iPXrT'jnt Morgan, head of the great Itself will have to be imposed from night. that Lyriin E. IMnklmm's Vegeta- Discovery is what you need the first Tho present emergency is so grave without by a sufficiently powerful ! 'fcii.Krcg linn. ble Compound will lislnynii.write Sctraub has made two visits to toJ.ydlttK.PinklmmMe.llcineCo. dose helps. Your head clears up, that frank admissions are being body ot national public opinion, nnd rTurop since the war began and has (confidential) I,vnii.lrus.. for utl- - you breathe freely and you feel so made. On February sixth Chairman the most effective instrument ot naUnderwood of the Ways and Means tional public opinion Is the Presibumcd contracts amounting t0 vice. Your letter will ho opened, much better. Duy a bottle FOR FLETCHER'S 50,000.000. UU Bethle 1 lba ul Mtrict IVAlideuc""' and start taking at once. l Committee told the Hpuse that dency. Some day a President will be ILelU well-know- ... hem works arc making seven suns for the Allies but In addition to what Is turned out here he has sublet orders In a dozen different cities. Morgan Is now the general purchasing agent of, the British gov- eminent and alt orders go thru his firm. Evcrj. gectlon Df the country where manufacturing Is a large feature of .business is benefiting from war or- Iders nltho these orders In many cases are not large enough to offset 12-ln- ters In New York, which Is exacting a toll of from fifteen to twenty per cent on pnrctlcally every shipment of war supplies that Icavo the coun- - WASTEFUL ACTS try. In general the agents of each gov- that eminent maintain ... their nation M. i. lis buying right, while stating n be- - mauy ' Hef that other nations are being fleeced. n A New ork OF CONGRESSMEN n!J naius on .. H1C national tt i Treasury for Useless i'.. "f.r.. :!,T'g' J. L, .1, ' " m 1CT ,1 The Allen 34 Price, $895 Study these facts .v r ""J"";";"' Jf1" ftl r ;T nx '" "-.- . ,'" . ; h, ,., V ... - .! left-han- d 1 -- ," ir, ap-nan- tram-mii'i- ce ." .... ., ...i.. i.r.. w- ,.; R"1 nl , i six-inc- i., !., """ :,,....,. ' ,,..,, ' --- jnmi-- c.. ... """" B'n'1 "' ,! ,,. I . . Kenton Motors Co. 21inSho;e,t eat lc "' "'' I ' I' i; .J ' t NFW INIIRANCF AfiFNCY ifflcj-orx- ,,,,,. ,,. 'J ' I Af-tl- , !JE. E. BIRKHEAD, - Hartford, Ky. sup-IiSm- WANTED, raw! ;iti iYl . C7H ad-th- ,t0 ! I man-.xirlur- MRS. WILLIAMS' iti ietts LONG SICKNESS per-i.K.e- .s. 60,-I4V ! i r. ! J "ft." l --- Tbe to-da- 1a.rt K - to-da- y Children Cry CASTORI A V I L When Anybody Finds a Cure He Is Generally Willing To Tell His Neighbor 1J regular Ford louring ear nnd ho deCelebrate Opening of Ciuinl. (Special) scribes the few slight alterations he Portland, Oregon Unique features are planned by nil nindo as follows: "the communities of the Columbia "I lintl the emergency brake lever changed so I can operate It with my river valley the week of May 1915, In honor of tho official open- foot. I Imvo a foot accelerator to ing of The canal. The feed (lie gns; electric lights which 8, Vaoderbilt Training Scliool for Boys Dnllcs-Cclll- c The willingness of one neighbor to tell another neighbor in a private way of the benefit received from Pcruna, explains the popularity of I'crttna more than all the that has been done. V ng . tondttlon Mr"- - Ithotla Stunleboain. Hunch. Iowa: SPRING COLDS "A fprhiR i,,!d 1 took ffttlcd on my lunc-- . v feared consumption. fouKticd. Could not drop. Tliankn to 1'iruna, I am a well woman today." paiio Allen. Jo'eph, Orecon: "My llltlo boy li CATARRH-M- r"" entirely ctirtd if rnlanh of the cars by IVruna. Am thankful for jour good advice." SPRING T0NICMrs- - Wn1, Mcrtobort.. Drown Valley, Minn.: "Tuken In fifirlnt; I'erunn tones tip tho nystem, mn ni a tonic. I consider I'cruna a uholo fomlly medicine run-dow- The fear of the publicity undoubtedly prevents the majority of uch people from writing a testimonial to be umhI in the newspaper. Hut in spite of that we arc fine testimonials continually. ANEMII"M"- r-- A I)oWltf' 5'nwiRo, Olilo, asiyi: "I liollovo IVruna in lj the tonic I recommend it for any n hl of the pystctn." het." 1 How did Uicy hear of fi Pcruna? Simply becanc one neighbor is alwavs willing to tell another one he has found a cure. Neiriibnrlv'rnnvprQn. tion of grateful patients has done more for Pcruna than advertising. .Much more. The "Ills of Life," sent free. The Pcruna Co., Columbus, Ohio. twilight sleep is still in an experiTWILIGHT SLEEP mental stage and, while highly desirable in ninny cases, further exSTILL EXPERIMENT perience is necessary If we are to obtain ideal results. Patients should bo treated at a hosnlliil with n wcll- equipped stuff of nurses ami physi Physicans So Concludes After cians under the supervision of a competent obstetrician. It Is apparent Observing Seventy-Tw- o therefore, that the use of the method will be comparatively limited, hut Cases. It cannot be denied that In properly selected cases, under competent New York, .March 20. That the supervision twilight sleep may prove twilight sleep or to be both safe and of Inestimable much discussed "Daiunierschlnf," la Mill In an ex- benefit." perimental stute is the conclusion of To the Ilouseuifc. Dr. George I.. Iirodhead in an article Madam, if your husband Is like which uppears in the Post Graduate, a medical publication. Through his most men lie experts you to look after position as professor of obstetrics at the health of yourself and children. the New York l'ost Graduate Medical Coughs and colds are the most com-- 1 School utul Hospital and consulting mon of the minor ailments and are obstetrician at the Harlerii Hospital most likely to lead to serious disA child is much more likely H rod head has had many chances eases. Dr. I to study the new invention and its to contract dlptherla or scarlet fever when it has a cold. If you will in-- I results. Complete amnesia of the mother, quire Into the merits of the various effects of the drugs on the mother remedies that are recommended tor and the results to the child are'oll coughs and colds, y.iu will find that explained by Dr. B rod head, who I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands V draws from his own experience and high in the estimation of people who the findings' of Dr. Gauss of Frei- use It. It is prompt and effectual, burg. Germany where the process pleasant and safe to take, which are was first used. He agrees with Dr. qualities especially to be desired Guusji that there is no danger to the when a medicine Is Intended for chilm mother from the treatment given, dren. For sale oby all dealers. but Ib not so sure about the effects Incidents of Kurthquuke. on the child. ! In the midst of all this sorrow While there Is-- certain amount of a number of amusing Incidents ocinfant mortality under the new meth- curred. In one house, after digging od, Dr. Gauss, as quoted by Dr. Iirod- for two days, the searchers found a head, asserts that the percentage is young girl alive under a part of the no greater with tho new method than had not fallen. She saw it was before it was used. Many of housetthat were only soldiers in the that there the deaths which have come during rescue party and asked that they stop the use of the twilight sleep could i digging and givo her a dress to wear not be traced to the use of the drugs, before taking her out. This was but came from other causes entirely after two days of burial. Another foreign to them. girl asked for u comb so that she Dr. GitusH made his conclusions could arrange her hair before being from the 500 cases in which he used lifted out. At Sora tho mayor of the the new method. Of these only one town and wife were asleep und their per cent of the Infants were dead at baby was In a crib beside them when birth. Nearly 25 per cent, however, the shock came. Tho mother at tho showed the effects of the drug and first shaking pulled tho baby from ueemed to be In an Intoxicated con- the crib mid ns lie, did so the floor dition. It took some time to bring collapsed and tho crib disappeared. these babies to their natural health. The whole front of the house fell out Dr. Gauss believes that the amount und there was the mayor with his of morphine given with tho scopo- wife and baby looking out upon the lamine lias something to do with this town. It was several hours beforo und he lias cut, down the morphine the family got down to the street A. as much us possible. ; with the aid of a rope thrown them. The experience of Dr. Brodheud John Lansing Callan In Leslie's. covers the 72 cases where the twio light sleep was used In the Harlem Are You Rheumatic? try Sloan's nud Post Gruduute Hospitals. Forty- If you' want quick und real relief 'six of these cases were ut Harlem from Kheumutlsm, do what so many " Hospital, and In only three Instances thousand other people are doing did the drug have no effect. In these whenever an attack comes on, bathe eases 31 children were born normal, the sore muscle or Joint with Sloan's 14 reulred some care and several Liniment. No need to rub It In needed artificial respiration to pre- just apply the Liniment to tho sur- I serve life. face. It is wonderfully penetrating. Of theso cases In which Dr. Iirod- It goes right to the seat of trouble head worked there is only one In and draws the pain almost immediwhich ho believes death of the child ately. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniwas duo to tho use of the drugs. Al- ment for 25c. of any druggist and though there wero severul deaths, have it In the house against Colds, they .could all be attributed to other Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, causes, save In this Instance. In the Print leu nnd like ailments. Your one case the bady died 10 hours uft-e- r money back If not satisfied, but it 1 being born with such symptoms does givo almost Instant rollof. . that the drug was clearly responsi- I For the Stomach anil Liter. ble. Only one disadvantage In tho Frei- r I. N. Stuart. West Webster, N. Y., burg treatment has been experienced writes: "I havo used Chamberlain's by Dr. Iirodhead. He reports that In Tublets for disorder of the stomach many cases tho drug has u great ex- und liver off und on for the past citing effect on the mother. So great five years, and it affords me pleasure was this In somo cases that it wus to state that Ihavo found (hem to Thoy are necessary to hoop throe mirsos to be just as represented. ' '' mild In their action and tho resujta hold tho patient. rtloJ Dr. BrodUond hava begn satisfactory, I value them In ending-hisays: "Wo believe that the use of highly." For sulo by all dealers, m 1 I , I I J I I s occasion seems more- nnd more to he Inking on tho character of a gala outpouring of the people, wherein seriousness will be Intermingled with gaiety. At Lcwiston, Idaho, on Monday, May 3d, the program will deal with the historical development of the Columbia river country, featuring the growth of the northwestern states from the time of tho discovery of the Columbia river by Captain Robert Gray, the coming of the explorers and the missionaries, down to the presut time. At Pasco nnd Kenncwlck, Washington, May 4th, similar historical features will be presented, with the addition of allegorical tnbtcnux illustrating the slogan "Where Hall Meets Sail." Mammoth mogul of tho Northern Pacific Hall-Iwa- y will unite with a fleet of river 'steamers In emphasizing this feature. barbecue, In A great country-sid- e which visitors from the Yakima and Upper Columbia regions will unite with the river cities, will be given. At Wallula, Washington, Mny 4th, the city of Walla Walla, assisted by the cities of Garfi.cld, Columbia and Walla Walla counties, will stage 'a distinctive good roads meeting, interspersed with historical features In honor of old Fort Wallula and tho pioneer railroad of the Inland Empire, built by Dr. D. S. Maker. At Umatilla, Oregon, May 4th, in celebraaddition to a great day-tim- e tion in which all Umatilla county will participate, there will be given at night a splendid marine spectacle, with fireworks and general illumination of the city und waterfront. At Maryhill, Washington, May 5th, tho citizens of Goldendale will meet 'the good roads enthusiasts and ex cursionists from the Pacific northwest nnd whirl them in automobiles over the completed sections of the Washington Highway (a Central link of the Pacific Highway) to the marvelous Klickitat Valley, famed as the "Garden of Eden" of the cs I ,tuni on or off with my foot; nn el ectric horn which I blow by pushing ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into-thbest type of citiy.ent und Christian, gentlemen. Its patromtge is widely scattered nnd conies from the best homes South. Incapacity is limited, there- fore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write in-th- e o a button with the side of my knee; spark lever bent so I can mlvniico or relurd the Rpnrk with my knee; and I crnnk the engine with my foot. I hnvo a steel attachment 'Mi m M. .PR' m m? ML-I- which clumps on the side of the steering wheel. I plnce my nrm In that and steer very easily. I drive just ns steadily and well ns most people with two hnnds nnd arms, nnd great deal better than I think n some. I can turn around anywhere and go anywhere anyone else can go with a Ford." Mr. Stevens will he accompanied on his trip by his wife and two friends. They will carry a light camping outfit to make themselves Independent of hotels. iicross-the-contlnc- mi Mi 'Ml M- - MATHENEY & BSTTS M For catalogue and information. Box A. m m x CA3.TO o Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR RA I Candidate for Head of Kentucky ltel Junior Sagamore Men. In Few candidates for office of Great the Great Coun- cil of Kentucky, Improved Order of Ited Men, havo over entered a race with as much brilliant promise of success as Pnst Sachem Henry of Cherokee Tribe. He occupies the position of being the logical choice of that fraternity, by virtue of his untiring and consistent service on importnnt committees of many previous administrations. He is an enthusiastic and ardent worker ' SbfJofnlnoSM.1 i nannmrucrtrsrsxn r li ii I I lf ru JHHSi laBa o I L latest Kentucky MapsUowins th coranlctemapottheUnitcil Mates. world. Inthellirtoncal Kentucky ri.etchl given tl.e political j. ithepre-enttimeitatUlcsfroni the f ouiulalion of the State toDepartment. 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At The Dalles and Big Eddy, Ore., on May 5th, the exercises in honor of the formal opening of the canal will be given, preceded and followed by historical parades, auto trips to orchard districts, and marine features. Special boats and trains will bring to The Dalles on this occasion the greatest crowd in Its history. On May Cth celebrations will be held at Vancouver, Washington, and Portland, Oregon. The latter, as the metropolis of the Columbia Valley, will be host to a multitude of people from the Columbia and Willamette valleys. Distinctive features are being prepared for the occasion, among the number being a banquet and reception in honor of distinguished visitors by the commercial, business men's clubs and other societies. May 7th the celebrations will continue 'at Kalama, Washington, and Astoria, Oregon. At the latter city the visitors will bo shown the government jetties nnd dredgers, the great railway and municipal docks and the other attractions of the Columbia harbor, together with side trips to the seaside resorts of tho Oregon coast. t-- A & ' iHP i. -. l This unique and valuable Atlas is free not to all Evening Pobt subscribers. If full now a subscriber, send 53.00 for a year's subscription, or $2.00 for a sue months' subscription by mail. ... . Ploaso uno'entasa'. Ihtio roios oro by nH 1 raly, and Bottaroachcarparorafant. uuk jirrxiAL. LumuNAiiun virus; " i J.vo 'I Bally Eomla Pott, ono y oar -11. SO .'I .t. v aiwy mwmmi-- m urn -- t TJfrmriltOT!- - - VP A.WTi Uorlfird ,. . ,- . mv. a- ALL THUPB FOKi-x.-joH- i l., t- - . ... . for the order, possessing rare knowledge or organization work. Betterment of the RedMan fraternity Is his constant endeavor. Many benefits have accrued to the order through his wise counsel In the past twenty years. He has the indorsement of the most Influential members of the Redman order, and from all over the State pledges havo been received from tribes who are substantially or unanimously in favor of him for the next Great Junior Sagamore. -- "Old Quality" ONE STAR AS GOOD AS 110TTLKD IX 1IOXIJ Delivered anywhere In If you are not familiar with.Uwiiv-cott'- s ifl , you are doing yoursol! the publishers an injustice Ah! the t Imi-ointl- nc Will IV or the Pine Forest. How It clears the throat and head of Its mucous ailments. It Is this spirit of Newness and Vigor from Piney Forests tho health-givin- g brought back by Dr. Dell's Antiseptic nnd healing. I3uy a bottle All Druggists, y. 25c. 1 Man Without Arms Drives Car. Albert L. Stevens, who lost both his arms In a raHroad accident twenty-years ago, when he was 14 six years old, will start next June from his home in Schenectady, N. Y on an automobile trip across tho contiExposinent to the Panama-Pacifi- c tion at San Francisco, driving his own car, Ford. Touring in his own Ford and doing the driving himself will be no experiment for Mr. Stevens. This remarkable man, by grit, has taught himself to do most of the things that other men do, in spite of the fact that his right arm was removed from tho shoulder and his left ono just bolow tho elbow. Some time ago he determined that he could drlvo a car, and he picked out a Ford becauso of Its simplicity Ho purof control and operation. chased his car in April, 1914, and by December 1 hud driven It a little Ho has made over 10,000 miles. many long tours, ono to New York City,' ono to Thousand Islands and one of 1,044 miles to Washington, I). C. His touring experiences havo taken him over all manner of roads, und ho lia never met with tin accident. On these trips ho has avoragod high as twenty-fiv- e miles to a gallon Mr. Stevens drives a of gasoline. SeuguIIs Save Cruiser From Submarine Shell. London, March 5. Seagulls, perhaps saved a cruiser and S00 men from a submarine, says a Rritlsh bluejacket with the North Sea lleet In a letter to his family in Hull. He says that he was standing by his gun when n large flock of seagulls suddenly rose from tho surface of the water. This drew the attention of the sailors to the periscope of a submarine, wluTh the gulls had seen appearing abovo the water. The warship' turned und made away from the danger with n zigzag course. Four German prisoners of war, escorted by an armed guard, "left the prison ship Royal Edward at Southend one day recently for the registry olllce, where tho prisoners were 'united in marriage to the girls to whom they were engaged beforo tho war. After tho ceremony, the four couples with tho armed guards sat down to a wedding luncheon in a Southend A few restaurant. hours later, brides and grooms parted, the brides to London and the grooms to their prison ship. 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Long to engago In lintfrni (noir.iinn to imr nt thf roittkf I this entcrDrlso annears to have fnll- mull tiutr ut the- wt-nrH.MMru.Ky.. m low)i ?Jncc Oo, Io)lg say8 ho w,n flM. positively not announce for governor having declared himself to bo C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor again be- Auoelato Editor "'" Dr. Hen L. Uruticr Is ALLISON BARNETT, Ing spoken of ns n likely candidate, " hut ns this Is written he Is silent. AddreM all communications to Maron county's Republican comnilt-JTb- e Hartford Republican. toe (In Uruncr's old district) n few days ago unanimously indorsed Mor- ', row. Former Congressman Don C. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS to RT...J Edwards, of London is also being PHKr-- nt th. ntrltn. .iirinB ulil mldni-- In innkliif. thr mentioned." tinJclrw innt rwiwt. ., I Hero you have it in a mil shell. , i Democrats are hoping that an clc- ii r 11.0 for men t in the Republican party not In uiTtuniif Oiiltuiin.- tfrliM.roniJf.TitiiiikHiiic favor of Morrow will ho successful , i.nt t ,, carryp out their plans to bring Ch.rch .Nntl- c- for capable of xnonyiooa .cm.nuni.ntion, win mre to ' out a candidate more Ing up nn Inter-part- y row. Now, those Republicans and Progressives TZ2ZZSX'XXOZT&B. who like that sort of thing should 113 aid in this proposed row in hchnlf of dTfcrrr-.erCO the Democrats. H irttord Repub'. can. or not. Resides, some continues bonds may also become necessary, Tinier the present nntionnl istration the only chanco for adminnn Am WILLIAM J. BRYAN TO AID M'CHESNEY J " erican citizen to get protection the stars ami stripes is to home and hunt up a llag. i,rry Friends Say Secretary Speak. from Is Com- -' It Is a mighty good thing for "Ham" that his Illinois constituents do not get a chanco to pass upon ing To Kentucky To ,..,, - . f- - ,!. fr-- kick-ttj-nti- c' Editor Hapcr, of the Owensboro JiS- -l Inquirer, has. contributed to the gen 3ni.4--niuv eral effort to keep up Democratic MUDDYING THE WATERS. It Is practically certain, barring spirits, the strongest article we have WHEN YOU .SEE OUR NEW .SPRING lnt h ami withdrawal, that Hon. seen. It far surpasses the efforts (of the Louisville Evening Post in that Edwin P. Morrow will receive the AND WRAP.S YOU WILL PICK OUT Republican nomination for Governor line. As an illustration of the extent - to which a Democrat ought to go in Kentucky this year, at the genAND JAY "WRAP THEM UP." cral primary to he held August 7. ln standing by the nominees, under - adverse circumstances, Mr. Hager Certain elegant and worthy RepubWHEN YOU WEAR THEM, YOUR FRIENDS llcans. who have been mentioned In tells of a certnin Democratic carpen-thconnection have all either de- - ter who fell from a scaffold, several WILL ADMIRE YOU AND ASK YOU: "WHERE cltned to run, or have deferred the stories above ground, broke an arm, eye, tore off an car, announcement of their intention to ' knocked out an DID YOU GET THO.SE LoVELY CLoTHEJ?" run so long that the rank and file, broke several ribs and was rendered both Progressives and Republicans, unconscious. According to the story, have gotten solidly behind Mr. Mor- - when revived, he thought he had been OF COUR JE YOU WILL WANT To FAVoR row. The great majority of them j attending a Democratic convention YOUR FRIEND from choice. Possibly a few might and at once asked "who was noml-JiBv- e AND TELL THEM TH'AT YOU that "the preferred someone else at the nated." This is indeed a pathetic rear. sitood for the deceptive cry of 'home outset, but who have long since rec- - illustration of loyalty to a bad cause, J GOT YOUR NEW OUTFIT AT OUR .STORE.. ,,ut t,,e W,U ot rn " no op- - and no doubt many Democrats, with ognized that he was to have The Belgians think tho American n,Ie' once position, which seems to stand any Bro. Hager, will still close their flag is glorious and beautiful. Huer- - rc' to llle "'N'1 OUR .STYLE.S, MATERIALS AND PRICED According to McChesney's Mr. chance of defeating him. This con- - eyes and gulp It down. However, .tU .i.n..i. UIU:iClll HUllttCli LIlUMfellt, . .friends Secretary Bryan in his Ken- ' dltion Is now so fixed In the minds if this carpenter Democrat had been URGE EVERY WOMAN WHO CoMEJ To BUY It is getting to be very plain why 'lucky speech will discuss conditions) of the people that any effort to de- - ' told, when he regained conscious-fea- t so many Mexicans would rather be 'obtained In Ohio urging that situn- Mr. Morrow can only result in ness, in other words came to his HER .SPRING OUTFIT FROM US. Hon as an argument for Mr. McChes-- j disaster to what seemed to be a j "senses", which we doubt In the light soldiers than tax payers. i ; jncy's nomination. united effort against demoralized and of his nctions, that in addition j m Only a few years .ago the world faction-ridde- n Democracy. to all the Injuries and bruises, In- was interested In certain plans to To the Public. This paper has not, through its ilicted upon him by his fellow Having bought out Black & Birk- j advocated the nomination crats, they had deprived him of his make sea travel safe. head's Livery, Transfer and Freight of anyone, even though the editor job and that he and his wife and California attracted gold seekers has had pronounced views In the children would be compelled to stand in 1849. In 1915 it is attracting business, I kindly solicit your patronage. Prompt attention given to premises, believing that the great up in the bread line or starve, we gold spenders. all orders. body of voters who are to participate doubt, If he could be depend-I- n I INCORPORATED. When you come to Hartford be the primary should be left free cd upon to again put it under the As a prophet the reputation of the stop at my stable for feed to act for themselves, without any rooster in November, no matter who ground hog is absolutely ruined In sure to S. E. BENNETT, or hitch. influence from the press, the nominee, nor what he stands for. this vicinity. undue 3714 Hartford, Ky. However, we notice the charge Is be- -' s Mexico people Ing made by someone, that Mr. Mor- -' .At a meeting of the Progressive need to be deCard of Thanks. livered from their alleged deliverers. row would not be acceptable to Pro- - state Central Committee at s, McIIenry, Ky., March 19. Editor and strange to say this vllle Wednesday, after a resolution We ask you to Iow would It do for our merchant Hartford Republican Charge seems to come from those favoring union with the Republican publish the following resolutions if ships to wear hoopsklrts? jvho have In their conduct and words party was voted down, State Chair-bee- n you plense. the most bitter in their oppo- - man Lawwill resigned, both as chalr-nitlo- n To the members of the Ohio CounGardens. to Progressives and have stood man and from tho committee, an- We are all familiar with the two- - ty Court and the good people of Hiost in the way of union of the two nduncing that he intended to family house, but rather novel Is the Hartford we heartily extend our IN THE i of the party within the ate with the Republicans in the com-PtaAgricultural Department's sugges- thanks for the kindness and gencr-ouslt- y As far as the ing election. heretofore. M. J. Holt, of Louls-edltSUNDAY SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY shown us in the hour of adgarden. The detion of a of this paper is concerned, he vllle, was elected In his stead. This partment calls attention to the curi- versity and could you have seen the le free to admit that, outside of Mr. practically limits the Progressive ous fact that the garden spot joy your contribution carries to those Morrow's known abilities on the party in Kentucky to Louisville and productive fraction of an acre In need you would readily seo that atump" and his great service in the under this leadership the vote will on most farms, is often the most it is more blessed to give than to Tbere is a Sunday Scbool near you. It Is toe best place in TietJT'Party, we have been attracted be mighty slim this year. Mr. Law-t- o neglected. The finest gardens are receive. tbe world to spend an bour. But don't take our by the kindness which he has will was by far the ablest man hjm ROBT. OWENS, not on the farms, but at the country townrd those who have nected with the party organization word for it. Try it for yourself. J. M. REYNOLDS, homes of Mr. City Man. The farmer heretofore supported the Progressive In the State and his place cannot be may plow and plant or partly plant KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. J. D. WALKER, ticket, upon all occasions. He came filled by Mr. Holtv or any other man his garden, but then Committee Render Local 1793 U. the pressure of to Hartford in 191:5 on Invitation of who would accept It. Holt belongs farm work conies upon him, and the M. W. of A. the local campaign committee and to one faction In Louisville, Vance garden Is left to the women and J. W. BLACKBRUN, the upoke in behalf of the fusion ticket and Axtou to another, W. A. NAVE, children. The Agricultural Depart so far as we have observed, Is that terests of Simplicity and Economy? which was more largely made up of ttROBT. CALLOWAY. ment suggests that the farmer would the Democratic platform denounced heaven savo tho mark! Progressives than Republicans, and As the evidence is brought out do Committee Williams Local 809 U. "Profligate Waste of the money well if in laying out and planting Good talklng-polnt- s for IIiom' who-arhis speech upon that occasion was in the trial of election crooks In the his garden he considered another M. W. of A. wrung from the people by oppresIn opposition to tho Administraone which tended to unite and bring United States Court at Indianapolis, family besides his own a customer sive taxation." How was that mon- tion, who denounce Its Inelliclency ubout good fellowship between the probably the wor.st situation ever in town Farm For Sale. or city whom he would agree ey wabted? and lament Its llahblness. Dut nut two elemnts, and had much to do brought to the attention of the puh-wit- h GG acres 3 miles East of About to supply with fresh, select vege The llaltlmorc platform is expli good talking-point- s for the Chairtnun the election of both Progres- - HC js disclosed. It shows what a tables once or twice a week. Thero Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell fcives and Republicans to the county force "tree government." to called, would ho money in it for the farmer, road, 1 xh miles from pike. Four cit. It set forth that this waste oc- of the Hmibo Committee on Approcurred thru the Lavish Appropria- priations. offices. We have heard him upon may be made when the machinery is nnd It would mean u better garden room cottage in good repair. EverIf he and his colleagues are not other occasions speak for unity of in the hands of corrupt and design-actio- n for his family with a greater variety lasting water at residence. Two tions of recent Republican Congressand while maintaining his ing men. It was doubtless no worse barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of es which havo kept tuxes high and responsible, there Is. no such thing Tho family of of fresh vegetables. reduced tho purchasing power of us responsibility. position as a Meadfnst Republican, thero than In many other cities, If Louisville Herald. the average farmer Is sntislied with peaches and apples. All hill land, the people's toil. i his words were those which would conditions could bo brought out and a fow but in very good condition. Posses staple products. The houseAnd then fpl.lo.wed Hicho memoradraw back the discordant elements, given publicity. Every scheme or wife, on the other hand, who patron sion any time. Terms reasonable. ble words: . de-- 1 device rather than those which would Apply to BARNETT & SON, lor defeating the will of the izes a first-clacity market, has How has that demand been met? feat that unity which so many of us people, practiced at Terre Haute, has been accustomed to choose from ev Republican Ofllce, bring about. We are been In vogue In Louisville for years. have desired to Hartford, Ky. To what extent have appropriations 23tf erything the earth will produce. She been less lavish? Wlmt txes have ucable to speak for other sections of except the voting machine trick and will be able, therefore, to suggest been reduced? Where are thoso deSimplicity mid Economy. State, but we are thoroughly con- the only reason for that omission is the to tho farmer a greater variety in his vinced that, so fur as this part of the that voting machines have never What are the responsibilities of sirable things Simplicity and Kcon-oiny- ? planting. If there are children on concerned, no man that used in Kentucky. State is the Chairman of the Appropriation the farm, what could bo better than Committee of the House of RepreTho questions answered themcould be nominated would be more to turn over to them the care of the selves. acceptable to former Progressives The Louisville Evening Post pub- garden and marketing of Its pro- sentatives? Congress was ReThe Sixty-firthan E. P. Morrow. What is his control of the public L.' lishes a column editorial on the line ducts, the profits being for their own o purse; what Ills power to restrain publican In both branches. Its ap Without questioning the motives, up for 1916 In which ull the hank accounts? Leslie's. and to revise; what his value as an propriations totaled $2,054,000,000. reform measures of tho Wilof those Republicans and Progresi d Congress wns The advocate of economy? Hives, who have seen fit to Inaugurate son administration are repudiated A. H. of K. Notice. Mr. Fitzgerald, a candidate, by the partly controleld by the Democrats. this fight against tho gallant and elo- and Democrats are advised to try to county poultry pledges Tho Ohio quent bon of the lnountlaiis, whoso lay tho blame for present conditions are called to bo turned Into the way, to succeed himself In tho chair- Its appropriations totaled $2,118,- services have been so freely given on tho administrations of Roosevelt poultry committee April 1, so that manship of1 this most Important com- 000,000. Congress was The Sixty-thir- d to the party In tho past, whether tho ami Tuft. If the readers of tho Post the committee can go ahead and mittee, asks, at once for sympathy, Democratic In both branches. Its candidate suited hi m or not, we feel .can bo fooled In that manner it Is inako arrangements to sell the pool, Indulgence, and Indorsement. Face to face with the staggering appropriations totaled $2,231,000,-000- . says "opinions that it Is to some extent being fos-- 'probably as good advlco as any given Now fellow committeemen and moni differ us to the adtored by tho Democrats, and that by It for a long time. Anyway It hers, plensu don't fall to return fact of tho largest appropriations on Congress, Mr. vantages of grinding grain. For In the Sixty-thir- d record, lie protests his love for econ those engaged In It ore at least un- - would bo shouldering some of tho these pledges an date mentioned, working horses It Is quite generally was Chairman of tho wittingly rendering at tho present blunio, since n great many people for wo as your committee want to omy, no insists mat tue uiuuieu Fitzgerald helloved that time the greatest benefit to tho com- - will remember that the Post was a do the best we can and it Is impos- calls, at a time of declining revenue Comiultteo ou Appropriations which authorized the spending of nearly MA, (.'RAINS SHOULD III! ing nominees of that party, possible, .strong supporter of the Roosevelt sible to serve tho peoplo to tliu best and depressing business conditions, Sixty-fir- st ('ROUND As an evidence of this stutomeiit wo Administration. advantage unless you do your duty in no wuy reflects on him, They are $200,000,000 more than the " Congress, which, by tho way, quote from Mr. Thomas II. Cromwell, ' ami wo can't sell that which Ik not duo wholly and solely to tho insatiaund mixed with hay." Wo always-huvble nppetlto of those directly In- wns Republican, and over $100,000,-00- 0 who writes (ho Kentucky political President Wilson and tho Rcpub-dop- e reported. S. U. STHVKNS, in stock a supply of ground more than tho fluenced by nnd unswcrnblo to tho licuus agree that prosperity is for tho Cluclmititl Enquirer: O. R. TINSLKV, Congress, forget- feed. It is mado of .sound clean Tho Sixty-thir- d President. Did ho not slice, tho es Only, the President defers it uro hoping that an H. M. pirtm:. timates some boveuty million dol- ting or neglecting tho Daltlmoro de- grain. mem in tho Republican party not wouk at u time, while the Republic-triondl- y Committee. tho nunciation of tuxes that affect the lars? Did ho not antagonize --- placo the udvout nfter tho 101G to Morrow will bo niicceMful mis Administration? Did he not do nil purchasing power of toll, put an Inllce .'oi- Sale. tu currying out their plans to bring elect Ion. Of come tax nnd a war tax Into opera I will sell 19 or 20 stands of hoes a man could to pinch and savo? ii'iout someone .tronger than Dr. Tho IJioduco Mm hunts It Is now predicted that Cougrow for S2.00 pr itaiid. Cull ou or ad- - course ho did. Wo know ho did. tion In splto of which tli ore is a growOolfry W. Hunter, the only ing and dangerous dtflelt. H says so hlmsolf. T. J. SMITH, and continue dross tinnuned omdMato, and wore apa- - will have to Iiku-me. IIAinTOIM), KENTUCKY. And all t Ill's was dona in the in Hartford, Ky. ' What he does not sny, However, row, tho proseut war tax, whother the war 3Ct2 lie of kicking P an lutor-nart- y FRIDAY, MARCH 2(1. I at I . Louisville, Ky March 22 Will- Ilryan will come to Stnrt a row In the Republican Kentucky to speak in bchnlf of the camp and break the prospects of 'candidacy of H. V. McChcstiey, as-- ! hnrmony. That seems to ho the only plrniit for the Democratic guberna- Democrntlc hope. Who will lend aid .torial nomination, according to to the scheme? statements made by McChesney sup- i porters last night. It might help some If Cnrranzn , T0 (lnU, of Mr ., k could bo caught and held long ;,,., not 1)cen 1x,.(, Ul w1 bo onougn ior secretary urynn to m- - llouncci, ns soo n8 lhe ccrolnrv liver a clmuiatiqim Irctyre to him. ,k,owg tlonimolv IB utcome of r. If the Louisville Times really de- riiiiKeiiieiiiH ueuig mane ior spenKiug engagements In other sections of the convention why sires a country. If possible, the McChesney don't It address itself to the Evening men say, Mr. Rryun will conic to Post, the Democratic State organ? Kentucky just prior to the holding ' ' Some Kentucky Republicans, who of the prlinnrlos and in nil likelihood Imagine they are the only ones hold will speak In Louisville. Adherents of Mr. McChesney say ing the sack, arc doing their best to that in Mr. Ilryan they have obtainspill the beans. ed a valuable aid In advancing the . So far Governor McCreary has no state-wld- o prohibition Idea In Ken-- 1 opposition ns a Democratic candidate tucky. They nrc depending on him for peace commissioner to settle the to bring Into the fold recalcitrant . European war. members of the party who are nrgit-- 1 leg-- 1 Ing tho unwisdom of state-wid- e After playing tho neutrality game islatlon. a while longer Uncle Sam could go In the forthcoming Issue of "The! on the road as an expert tight rope .commoner." edited by Mr. Uryan. walker. the N'ebrnnkan discusses the recent victory of the "wets" In Ohio assertSecretary Bryan Is always satis ing that the victory of the liquor fled with Carranza's front, no matter what his followers may do in the temporary, adding people that Missouri speech of Senator Ham Lewis this year. lm Jennings ! .,. , t&sr "- JlITJ YoURJ i J . i j .ii.t.,. i,.,.... '"'es (" I Denio-column- s, CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. MILLION I Louls-greselve- Two-Fami- ly EONE PEOPLE afllli-elemen- ts te or two-fami- ly 5 the-mos- B APRIL 25, 1915 ( 2 ' ss U. S. ( , Department of Agriculture QUP st Sixty-secon- mm j o Sixty-secon- d. elo-tin- g. - W. E. ELLIS 4 BRO. ohr IT A We QTPD Woolen Gloves, Slip- I ACCESSORIES! are prepared to show you a splendid line of materials for Easter wear, including Millinery, the newest in Silks, I and Wash material, Hosiery, Neckwear, pers, Etc. We appreciate beyond your presence expression at our Millinery Opening and the way our orders !are pouring in snows 10 that you appreciate our big showing and also assures us that our styles and values are correct. . Dress in Military Simplicity Two McCall Patterns 6419-643McCall driient which are among the 60 made lor April. An Empire You will find, both in our Millinery and Dress Goods Department, courteous and capable salesladies to assist you in your selection. McCall Patterns carried in stock. Visit us and ber THAT IT PAYS THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. remem- TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE ports for tho quarter ending Deo. l'lln tlif Re pniislhllity. 31, 1914, have been found to bo Secretary Rutlflcld has given pubicorrect to a cent, carrying with It licity to a report describing the em (n compliment to thli ofllco for the barrassment to tho commerce of the highest cfllclency. Philippine Islands nrlsliig from a lack of shipping facilities. Some of Blink MlnorritH from J. D. Russell's Kggs, from pen 1, line uiivoeates of the ship purchase host matlngs. hill are charging this up to the Unit$1.25 per 15. Pen 2, $1.00. White Wyandottes from L. 13. Whltsltt's ed States senators whose vigorous opposition to that measure caused nnd Mrs. Tom Hayden'n best blood. Hggs $1.00 per 15. Castrutlng and the administration forces to drop It. Bui other Veternnry Surgery carefully passed this Is not just. The Senate the Weeks hill, which would performed. L. T. BARNARD, have permitted tho use of the naval R. F. D. 4, Ilnrtford, Ky. 30tf colliers for the relief of the PhilipOhio roiinty Is to have a farm dem- pine situation. The administration onstrate tho special committees forces added to this bill the ship purwhich have been soliciting funds to chase provisions, put it through the supplement the amounts granted by House under caucus rulo and sent the County and State having report- It to the Senate. There was no pros ed to Judge Wilson that they have pect that tho Senate would concur been successful. This can be nindc In the amendment. Tho demand was a great help to Ohio county farmers that the Senate swallow both measif they wjll take advantage of it. ures or bo held responsible for tho defeat of both. But the responsibilMr. Mayworth Barnard, one of ity will ho properly fixed by the pubHartford's most prominent citizens, lic. The House killed the Weeks has struck it rich by the bringing in bill by weighting it down with the ICdmoiiHOU county oil of the great Bhfp purchase provisions. well. The well was located by him But the Senate, House and Presis a lurgo owner of the stock and he ident must be held responsible for of the successful company. Mr. Bar- -' seamen's 'act, whose operations nnnl is one of the best oil men In the are fraught with many possibilities the United States. We are glad of of harm to American shipping. The liis success. president of the Pacific Mall anTho meetings which are being con- nounces that this act will entail an Baptist Increase of $800,000 a year in the ducted at the Hartford church, by the pastor, Rev. A. S, cost. of operating his company's vesPettle, assisted by Rev. C. T. Burk-shlr- e, sels. Since the company never earnof Owensboro, are increasing ed to exceed $200,000 in a year one in Interest with each service. The of three things must happen. Rates sermons nre able and convincing and must be increased or the registry the prospects are good for a success- changed. Competition settles the ful meeting. Services are held In matter of rates In foreign commerce. the afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and at The ships manned with Oriental night to which all are invited. crews will get the business. The In return for the splendid social country has never shown a wllllng-ne- s to permit large subsidies. There given them several weeks ago by the Seniors of Hartford College the arc slight mall subsidies, but It is Juniors entertained Saturday even- Improbable that the government will ing in College Hall. The hall was ever subsidize freight vessels or any decorated In the gala colors of the other vessels that cannot be used as Junior class, green and white, and naval auxiliaries In emergencies. presented quite an inviting appear- Tho third course, that of change of Dainty refreshments were registry. Is the likely one. Already ance. served, and a very enjoyable evening tho Robert Dollar line announces that it will run under the Chinese was spent by the fortunate guests. flag. The State Union A. S. of B., will The administration evidently inconvene in Hartford Tuesday, April tends to keep the shipping question Ctli for the annual session. This Is to the fore in the coming campaign. an hour, as well as an opportunity Hence It behooves the voters to befor the people of Hartford to show come familiar with the fundamental their appreciation of an organization facts. The thing that stood in the which has done more than all other way of building up a merchant mafarmers' organizations for the relief rine was not the ban on foreign-bui- lt of the agriculturist. Let us all prevessels, but the character' of our pare to give the delegates the glad navigation laws. Instead of temperhand and help keep up Uie tradition- ing their severity Congrers hafc made al reputation of Hartford for them more drastic. GIoBe-Demo-cr- 4. $$ We Are Now Readyj :To show you new and uptodate goods for Easter, nappy in every t respect. Come and be convinced. Men's Sutts, Ladies' Suits and I Skirts, the famous Swann Hats for I Men, Crossett Shoes for Men. Peters Shoes and Slippers for Women and I Children, and a full line of Furnish I ings. I ! J 5 f : t f t I I Hub Clothing Co. Ky. Hartford, - Special Prices on Pianos and Organs account of being overstocked at this time, we are offering special induce-- , ments to those wishing to purchase. On SECOND HAND SECOND HAND PIANOS $50 AND UP UP ORGANS $15 AND Daniel-Samue- ls Music Company OWENSBORO. KY. Hartford Republican. KRIIl.lY, If Mr. Clarence Barnard has return-fro- m New York. The MlssesClark spenFthe weekend at Sunnydale. Miss MaFgurletteTaylor7of Beaver Dam, spent the week-en- d with her sister, Mrs. Will Riley. j Helen. Thomas the bright little daughter of Dr. T. D. Renfrew, of I.lvermore, Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs, S. J. Wedding. Mrs. S. T. Harnett Is at the bedI side of her mother, Mrs. Znrlldn at Hanson, Ky. Mrs. ,DeMoss has pneumonia fever. Salesmuii Wanted to look after our Interest in Ohio and'adjacent counAdties. Salary or Commission. dress The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Rev. B. W. Napier lias returned from Spottsvlile. where he was called labt week by the serious illness of his uncle, whom he reports still very sick. The ladles of section threo Methog dist circle, gave a unique and public reception at the church They basement lust Friday night. were rewarded by a nice net sum of De-MoInter-taiiiiu- . MARCH '20. U. H. & ST. 1 K. R. T1MK TAlll.K. No. IIS due at Ellmltch. 9:20 a.m. No. 114 due at Ellmitch 6:15 p. m. 3:40 p. m. Np. '112 I.v. Kllmltch , 3:40 p. 111. Ar. Irvlngton . fi:4C p. 111. L.v. Irvlngton j. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p. m. No. Ill Lv. Louisville . 8:35 p. m. Ar. irvlngton . ,10:06 p. 111. Lv. Irvlngton . ,10:40 p. 111. Ar. Kllmltch . 1:04 iv 111. M., M. X K. R. R. 'UMi: T.Uil.tf. South nound. No. 115 S:4.r. a. 111. Due" at Ilnrtford North Round. No. 1 1 6:1 r' Due ut Harttord (Doth "Mixed Trains.) 1 and Charlie Burton engaged fight with young OwIn a free-for-en Crowe, of Dundee, near the bridge on Rough river last Saturday during which Crowe was'hit on the head by Charlie Burton with a club or butt end of a whip. Bad "booze" played a prominent part in the trouble. They were all arrested by Deputy Sheriff Bratcher and taken before Judge Wilson who placed Charlie under bond of $150 to appear Wednesday for trial. When the case was called Wednesday the Commonwealth was not ready on account of absence of important witnesses and the case ws continued to April 6th. In the meantime it is reported that young Crowe is seriously injured and may not recover. WIJ1 all . - 4- -. Death of Mrs. 'Malioln A. Hollotvny. Cromwell, Ky., March 23. After a short illness with pneumonia Mrs. Mahola A. Holloway died at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. Z. R. Taylor at Cromwell, Ky. She. was born Dec. 17, 1824, being some over 90 years old. Mrs. Susan Taylor, Mrs. Caroline Riley, Texas; Mrs. Matilda J. Taylor, Okla.; Mrs. J. R. Taylor. Cromwell, and Mrs. Margaret Napier, Neufus, children of the deceased, survive her. She was burled at the old home place near Neufus,, Ky., by a number of sprrowing friends. Mrs. Holloway was a splendid christian woman. The deceased died Jan. 31. Primitive Shaving. The Harput barber places arjtind his customer's neck a peculiar pan with a semicircular pleco cut out of one side, so that It fits partially around the neck under the chin. Water Is put into the pan and the barber makes a lather with his hands and rubs It on the customer's face, usually using his hands for this purpose also Notice. For sale, one road wagon. Will sell cheap. See BARNES & ItODG-EHlleaver Dam, Ky. 37t2 SPECIAL SALE ON WIRE FENCING Note the following 'prices on No. 9 Top and Bottom Bar, No. Line and Stay Wires, Stays 1 2 inches apart. ' 26 Inch Fence, at . . . .'. 18c per 32 Inch Fence, at 20c per 39 Inch Fence, at 23c per 2Gc per t 47 Inch Fence, at 55 Inch Fence, at 30c per Freight paid. Better order at once while this offer is open. 11 rod rod rod rod rod '5 1 4 . FORDSVILLE PLAINING Jake WllHOn, Mgr. Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. To Prevent Blood Poisoning t , at1 -- , Willi 3rUK Co. II5 I'aprr t Ohio Coiuil 'WZZ S01. ..... Crossctt Shoes and Slippers. HUB CLOT'IINO CO. Tor K.ile A good work mule. U. S. CARSON, Grocer. 37tf Dr. Wlllnrd Lake, Simmons, was money, In town yesterduy. If you are going to buy a Watch, see us llrst. Will compare prices ManhattaiTshirts with nny one and save you money. HUB CLOTHING CO. know With 16 years experience, Ladles Suits and Skirts. what to offer you. HUB CLOTHING CO. J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler. Mr. J. D7 Williams, of the firm of Kggs For Wllliums & Miller, Beaver Dam, was and day old chicks. Eggs per ID, here Monday. f 1.00. Day old chicks, $1.C0 per Wall I'lipefi Paints Vurulslies doz. Pure stock from trap nested uul all'lctmlH of Htaln", ut, Ohio layers. II. E. MISCIIKC, rtuiuty I)ru Co, Hartford, Ky. 37t4 Mr. Delmar Stewart", cashier of the hustling Mr. A. Cromwell Deposit Hank, was In town horticulturist ut Narrows, has reon business, Wednesday". ceived u sniull box of Louisiana sugyoiirrooins" look benutjfiil ar cano and will experiment with Make by KetlliiK Jour Paints, ViiruWies growing it this season. Mr. Renetc., ut Ohio County lniK Co. frew will ulso try the experiment of Mr. JohnGreer one of tho oldest banana growing this season. mid best known men in the Taylor-field- s Wanted For Ohio county a salesnolgliborhoodl died Monday. man with sonio knowledge of autoSuits made by mobile supplies, to earn from $4.00 'See our a day up selling purchasing contracts. A. B. Klrschbaum & Co.- Wrlto KenRoterences required. HUB CLOTHING CO. tucky Auto Supplies Company, COS Mr. McIIenry Holbrook, of C'lilca, Louisville, Ky. go, is tho guest of his parents, Mr. S. Third Street, Just received two carloads of Holbrook. mid Mrs. Rowan Brand of Fertilizer. Ilavo Mr. W. N. King, of Arkansas, who Jones In any analysis you may call for. Will has been the guest of relatives wo liavo always on saiuio-term- s If art ford for the past week, left soil on. "Your patronage solicited. sold Monday.. w. c. i:llis & imo., ...w..es call on HCt 4 For am Tho Produce Moiv, R. L. Bever & Co. Also handle White . .. . .... Postmaster Martin has received c ....I ,ir rSlltllli! kl.mTo aTiioa from Auditor Kram, of tho Postof- all-Wo- ol . Wanted Carload of Poultry. Will pay the following cash prices delivered at Dundee, Ky., Monday, March 29, 1915.: 13c Hens 6c Roosters Ducks lie 10c Turkeys 6c Geese 20c each. Guineas W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Hartford, Ky. national union to b present with her president and secretary, and as many more of national officers and organizers as possible. Don't forget the organizers meeting for the evening of the sixth. J. II. McCONNBLL. Pres. S. B. ROBERTSON, Sec'y. . 3PPly nt ouce the wouikrful old reliable DR. J'OKTER'S ANTISEPTIC HHAI.ING OIL.a hr Kauie time. dressing that relieies pain and heats Not a liniment. 2Sc.20c.K-00- . i I When in Louisville STOP AT THE l J S, Flie Needed to Stop PIiikuc. London, March 23. "Just as it took Are to stop the great plague in London, so fires are needed to clear Infected houses Serbia of typhus. and the clothing of the people must be burned, as the disease is carried by vernilne, which are omnipresent," said Sir Thomas Llpton tonight In a statement in which he recounted the appalling conditions In Serbia, where he spent a considerable time in Investigations. "I have met on the country roads the sick, too weak to travel to a hospital. Bullock carts were gathering them up. Often a woman unil children were leading bullocks, the husband and father in the cart raving with fever. Scarcely enough peoplo remain unstricken to dig graves for tho dead, which llo exposed In tho cemeteries. "Tho question is entirely beyond tho control of tho present force, which imperatively needs all tho help it can get; tents, hospitals, doctors, nurses, modem appliances and clothing to replace the garments full vermin." of typhus-bearin- g - Slate Union A. S. of K. to Meet ut Hurtfoid April (itli and 7th. The Kentucky State Union of the Society of Equity will American meet In Hartford, at nine o'clock on Tuesday April sixth and will continue sessions until all business Is transacted that would come before the regular Annual Convention'; Representation from counties will be based on the membership as reported to So Unions. State and National please get in your full report of members by April third. All local organizers ure requested to he presnt at u meeting to be held at eight o'clock on the evening of April sixth, for tho purpose of diseasing plans for an active campaign of organization to begin Immediately following the adjournment of the State Convention. Tho American Socioty of Equity is now acknowledged to be the ono great organization taht is giving the farmers practical results, and many aro coming to State headquarters for organization to be done In counties not jot developed. So wo extend n welcome- - to all members of Equity, and all friends of this great furmers organization to hu with us in Hartford during thu coming 60oslon.Vo are also (jxtudlng uu Invitation to Thlllpplne Subterranean River. in the island A subterranean rlv of Palawan, one of the Philippines, has been explored and surveyed by two officers of the United States coast and geodetic survey, and Is described In a report of that service. The river is nai tgable for small boat for about two and a halt miles from its mouth, the tunnel through which It passes widening In places Into large chambers containing beautiful stalactite. t 5th Avenue Hotel FRANK ECKERT, Prop. H.H.ECKERT.Mgr. $1 Up. i J Farm For Sale. Eighty acres of good land containing dwelling, barn and other outbuildings, situated on Hartford and Hockport road. Well and spring on farm. Church and schoolhouso near. For price, terms, etc., call or address BARNETT & SON, Agts. Hartfocd, Ky. 34tf - $ . - European Plan New Millinery Z ttl JriJ. .,!,, rtai,.lm.nt. ,inlp "- - lm lila r. CASTORl A Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Wanted Two Cms of Mo Poultry. Will pay tho following cash prices nt Beaver Dam, Ky., for three-j-ys only, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March 24, 25 nnd 20, 1915. Don't forget tho dates. ..13c Ileus 13c Ducks He Turkeys Gc Cocks All poultry mubt be reasonably free from food, not stuffed. This will bo the highest price of tho season, owing to thu oondltious throughout tho Kastorn mnrkuU Conn nrly, ovory-hodami avoid tho rusk. T. W WALLACE, y, Latest Styles We trim Jluts to suit the individual, and oxpoct to merit your trade by prompt attention and superior goods. Call to see us MISS PQPPiE - NAIL KY. HAItTl'Oltl), -- o- Mie v- - A '. - A- - SUNDAY REVIVAL PAST UUUi Tariff seems to admit that but for jtlic war the competition would liavo I ' I SI 3 Ml flfln nut lmrk. wlmt sounds upon tho lllUUUjUiiu car? This Is a uliort but highly In- Uerestlng comment: Congress will ho The Sixty-fourt- h The wise It It revises the Tariff, and If Unburden Exhortations It does It In such a way as to give Quaker City of Just and proper relief and at tho arao time not afford the ncpubll- Funds. cans an opportunity to make their e high Tariff slogan tell In 'the next campaign. Philadelphia, Penn., March Can such things ho said In the "With a record close to 411,000 "trail columns of the lllrmlngham hitters" from audiences that have Even in Alabama tho voice of totaled about l,7iiO,0OO persons, murmur sounds. Camden (N. J.) g 11 "Billy" Sunday's weeks revival ended Sunday night. The cesl of the evangelistic cam-- ( Jl.ister CiinmiKMoncr's Sale. palgn to the "people of Philadelphia, Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. close to $300,-- 1 nnd vicinity has been Lanhnni, Plaintiff, 000. The construction of 'the taberxs- nacle and Its running expenses aro - W. G. Kirk, Defendant, placed at $52,000. the free will offerBy virtue of a judgment and lugs to the former baseball player have passed tho $45,000 jder of sale of the Ohio Circuit mark, with more to come, and to this Court, rendered at tho February must be added about $5,000 spent term, 1913, In the above cause for of dividing the proceeds j the purpose for gifts to the Sundays. It Is estimated that there has been amongst the parties In Interest as paid by persons who attended the . their interests may appear, after thority. . meetings $150,000 In car fares, $25,- - paying the costs, Including a rcas-00- 0 In the particular New Jersey case n for extra meals and about $15,- - onable attorney's fee herein, I will the husband was so 000 for hymnals and other books offer for sale by public auction at weak that, to save further trouble Then the court house door In Hartford, he skipped out and was promptly bought in the tabernacle. there was taken up at various ser- on Monday, the 5th day of April, sued by the deserted wife. He lived vices collections for numerous char- 1915, about one o'clock p. m upon In Camden, and almost anything Is ities and tho International Associa- a credit of six and twelve months, possible to happen In Camden. He tion Of Evangelistic Work, a total of the following described property, to- was brought into court, aud he told wit: $15,516.98. the chancellor, with tears in his eyes. The ushers, doorkeepers nnd sec- a tract of land In Ohio county, that he and his, wife could dwell in retarles, who worked day alter day Kentucky, bounded as follows: a perfect paradise of canuubial bliss Ueglnnlng at a hickory, corner to but for the fact that two serpents at the tabernacle, gave their ser- vices for nothing, though many of j gam Royal's tract; thence with his instead of one lind entered their them neglected their business at a j line X. 40 W. 100 poles to a large Eden. One was his mother-in-lapecuniary loss that cannot be es- - j white oak, said Royal's corner; and the other wns his wife's sister. For ushers alone It was , thence with another of his lines N. One, he admitted, he could probably tlmatcd. figured out by one of them today 2S E. 10 poles to a large black oak, 'contend with, but the appearanceof that this contribution from the 400 near cemetery; thence N. gl E. 75 me second serpent was me occasion men, who stood the complaints of poles to a large beech, S. E. corner of his (light. persons in the audiences and the to Harrison Westerfield's tract; Chancellor Learning was coldly evangelist 'himself with great pa- thence X. 6G E. 70 poles to a stake; critical. He announced that no such tience for 11 weeks, amounted to thence N. 24 E. 3S poles to a stake condition could arise in a household $120, 3S0. on Hartford and Hawesville road; where the husband exercised his thence N. S9 E. S 5 poles to an proper rights that would allow the south side of relatives to drive the Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ash and walnut on 73 E. 17 poles wife's beneath his own roof. husband , said road; thence S. In oth-from as thoy with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, to a stone, the head of a hollow; er words, he put It squarly up to the cannot reach tlie scat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, thence down the same S. 39 E. 40 man. If he runs Ins Household as nnd in oraer to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is poles to a gum at the intersection of Its due and lawful head, then he will taker, internally, and acts directly upon the biood and mucous surface. Hall's streamlets; thence down streamlet not permit the invasion of his domes Catarrh Cure is not a quad; medicine. It S. 21 V. S poles to two white oaks; tic rights. was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for years and is thence N. SS E. 16 h. poles to a It was the fault of the man, and a regular prescription. It It composed of stone, Foster Reynold's N. W. cornot his wife or her relatives, that the best tonics known, combined Ith the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the ner; thence with his line S. 2 W. such a condition was permitted to mucous surfaces. The perfect combina--tlo- n 82,& poles to stone on a steep hill exist. of the two Ingredients I what produces such wonderful lesults In curing side in Hamilton Ford and Fords-vlllLet this be a warning. If you are vstarrh. Send for testimonials, free. j K. J. CHENEY & CO.. Trops., Toledo, O. road; thence with the road N, iuru unu masier, oe luru aim uiusier. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. 88 W. 64 poles to a beech aud white But rule with a generous hand and Take Hall Family nils for constipation, oak; thence S. 2 W. 19 poles to cen- be firm, but at all times considerate. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. ter of a branch; thence up same N. JW. H. Maddox, Admr. &c Pl'ff., 64 W. 34 poles, S. 60 W. 18 poles, Little Belgians Thank Wilson. vs. S. 38 W. 40 poles to an elm and Washington, March 22. An exGeo. M. Maddox, et al., Deft. sassfras near the head of a hollow; change of letters between President By virtue of a Judgment and order thence S. 18 W. 33 poles to the betwo little Belgians in of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, ginning, containing approximately Wilson and which the children Brussels, in at the February Term, one hundred and ten acres, all of rendered above cause for the pur- which we allotted as homestead and thanked the President for food sent 1915, in the by Americans, and the President expose of applying the proceeds to pay- dower to defndant in this action. cost and debts of decedent to pressed his appreciation fory their ment of The purchaser will be required was made known at nnd the remainder to be paid to the execute bond with approved secur- gratitude, the White House. The children, as their interest may ity immediately after sale. parties herein twins, nine years old, wrote as fol'appear, I will offer for sale by PubThis 15th day of March, 1915. lows: House door lic Auction nt the Court E. E. BIRKHEAD, "Dear Mr. Wilson: In Hartford, on Monday, the 5th day 36t3 Master Commissioner. "Thank you very much for the one o'clock p. of April, 1915, about Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. good bread. The poor people in our m., upon a credit of six months the -t villages were starving, for they had following described property, "When Business Was CJood. nothing to eat, but now Hint you A house and lot In the town ol It would be Interesting to know have sent over to our dear little County, Kentucky, Rockport. Ohio how many of the big business men country a big provision of wheat, bounded as follows: Uelng and lying agree with James J. Hill, greatest both rich and poor can live thanks on Main Street south of and adjoinrailroad builder, in thinking that the to the Americans. ing S. and M. J. Heid's; running S. time has come for such a change In "Best love and wishes from little D4 feet with Main St. to corner of tho control of Federal ulfalrs as will "PUSSY DESPOELUERC1I." alley, and running E. with said alley strike oil" the shackles put upon Pussy's brother added the followto Long St; thence N. with 132 feet American business by the present ing note. Loug St. 54 feet to S. and M. J. Hold's Free-Trad- e administration and Con"I Join In with my slater in thankcorner; thence V. and S. and M. J. gress. The troublo with business ing you, too, for It is Jolly good Rehl 132 feet to Main St., tho bemen is thnt they don't do enough bread, enough to satisfy any school ginning, and being sanio property plain talking. "Business has rights hoy's hunger." conveyed to Geo. M. Maddox by V. which politicians aro bound to reIn reply the President sent the B. Gardner and" wife on the lGth day spect." But if business men want to following letter In his own ef September, ISilO, nnd which deed gain tho respect of politicians they County In the Ohio lb of record must speak up. Evidently Mr. Hill 'My dear Httlo friends: Clerk's olllce, Heed Hook No. 10, thinks so, for In an Interview In the "Your letter touched me very page 193, or sulllclent thereof to proNew York Sun of February 27, he deeply and I thank you for it with duce the sums of money ordered to is quoted as saying: all my heart. It makes mo very be made. You can't make a dead horse get happy to think that what generous The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security up by kicking It. There are a great Americans have done to relieve the many people out of employment In hunger and distress in your country Immediately after sale. this country, probably more than ever has brought you the help you needed This 17th day of March, 1915. before. What Is the reason for this? and given you a little happiness in K. B. BIHKHBAI), The old high Tariff days, when busi- the midst of these terrible days of Master Commissioner. ness was good, brought people from war. I hope that you will grow up Meavrin & Kirk, Attorneys. the agricultural districts to tho city. to be strong to do the work that will Some time ago we had 70 per cent of have to be doneln the days of peace lliriulngliani. Kten in 1( would be a great When tho Louisiana Senators vot- our people engaged In agriculture, that are coming. of 1913 we were now we have ubout 32 per cent. As pleasure to me If some dny I .might ed against the Tariff popusee you both when those happier o a result there is an Increased told that Louisiana had been an Whig Stnte, and that her citi- lation In the cities, and they musj 'times have como. "Your sincere friend, zens vre neer more than half Dem- be supplied with employment. "WOODROW WILSON." When asked If he thought Washanyway. When u Democratic ocrats Congressman troin Ohio hoped that ington and tho State legislatures the new 1)111 might bo revised tho were going to give business a chutico reply was that he was an old lluii-dali- Mr. Hill said: It hardly looks that way. During who ought to lio on tho Republican bido of the House. Wltei' tho last year Congress paused four pieces of legJudgo day expiessed u mild regret radical and AND DEFENDED fcndraodel.1 that tho manufacturers had been ex- islation the now Tariff act, tho CurArdiliMuiWi Wj.Iu uitturiMiuidfm.rilinit.l tiro rJv lio" to uoU.a luiibU, iu. iAi, I posed to liimvy Idusts; when Jiu'go rency act, tho Clayton bill aud tho culir urhU.iU. IN ALL COUNTRIES. liuibt t rvrt Ut (I tiiumjion tj.it lluti.i Baldwin stutvd that the Tar I If had Trade Commission act. If they uro in fas si. imch yaul . Injured Connecticut; whun Noriuuii not enough to deal business u body Patent snJ hfrwjunnt Practice ixt'uMvtiy. Wr oriitmotu L4&t 15. M.iuk urged an upward revision of! blow I don't know what Is. Max Vslttd Statu ntcit 03ce, 110 ll;hla Tho country is full of business mon WAOHVriGTON, D. C. various sohuduleit, I lm administration organs did not Know what to nay who, llko James J. Hill, uro thinkdays, Til wcont ozonation of thJ Phlln - 'lnsj of "tho old high Tariff dolphin Record that thw war has when business wns good" and wish Jnreely offset the louiKtiUou of the .us lor u return of those days. hen-peckeold-tim' Age-Heral- d. record-breakinPost-Telegraw I ( J brow-beatew I 3-" to-w'' liund-wrltlng: old-linto 1 1 Tho New Jersey Way. Married men wll be lutcrsted In a decision handed down by n high court of New Jersey. There are no frills to the ruling of Vice Chanccl-'lo- r Learning. He bluntly held that any man who permitted his wife's relations to run his household had. no standing In court. This is the truth In a nutshell d man need not npply The to Vice Chancellor Learning for help He will be told in unmistakable English that he Is the head of the household, that so loug as he sees lit to uphold hfo rights the court will uphold him, but when he Is so weak-knee- d nnd vacllatlng as to permit his mother-in-laor any of his wife's relatives to nssulue charge he does not deserve n home nnd should get out and hustle for himself. This will not meet with the approval of many mothers-in-lannd it Is not n very sentimentnl decision, but nt the same time It Is an expres sion of good, hard, common sense. niothers-ln-- I Many law, without any desire to make trouble, have disturbed the domes-- j tic peace of the newly wedded by a domineering spirit of assumed au- Oliio Sovrnty professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession fu UWn and adjoining counties. CouiuiereieJ aud Criminal Practice a Specialty. nwsm .WASHINGTON HOTEL D.C. lUOFAMERICAN In a city where good hotels abound, ""the Powhatan hcadi the Int. It It first countrymen. in. tie hcarta of lu The Towhatan is refined, exclusive, and restful. Its excellent location en Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th ami II Street, makes it a desirable headquarters (or bridal, couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and colleges. , The Powhatan attracts .the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, also to many interest, points of historical makes this hotel especially at. to a discriminating pubtractive lic. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at $1.50. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2 90. $3.00 and up. Write for booklet with map CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager. Circuit Court T. F. Dlrkheaid, Judge, Den 1). Rlngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jnllcr, E. 0. Harrass, Clerk; E. 12. Dlrkhcad, Master Commissioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; a. O. Kcown, Sheriff, Deputies S. A. Ilratcher; Hartford. office deputies Mrs. S. O. Kcown aiid Ollmoro Kcown. Court convenes first Monday In February nnd continues three weeks; third Monday in. April, two weeks; third Monday In October, two weeks. County Court John D. Wilson, Judge; W. C. lllnnkcnshlp, Clerk; C. a. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Court lire Ins on tho first .Monday In every month. Court of Calms Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officers C. S. Ky., It. Surveyor, FoiMsvlllc, F. D. .No. 2; Tom lilncs, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Ozna SUults, Superintendent, Hartford, Dr. A. U. Riley, Coroner, Ilnrtford; T. II. Ronton, Road Knglnoer, Hartford. Mo-loy, A I Barnes Mipsrs. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith C. W. II. Uariim nnd Smith announoo Uuit Uim)' liavo B. iform-- a ikirtiKTsUlp fur Wl" gotnuinl pnic-tic- e of law, vxcut cnlnilnal and dlvor casu, Mr. Smith bulug County Attorney Is proretiUMl frum practicing oucK ccisvb. Mr. I!triHW will individually In accent such practice. Ofkis Hartford Republican building, Hart- ford, K" ' ? i . , i 'iimiiiimiitiiiti.HtimH.n'fluJi SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical, cleansing nnd germicidal of all antiseptics Is A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed. a medicinal antiseptic for douches treating catarrh, inflammation or ulceration of nose, throat, and that ' caused by feminine ills it has no equal. As In Tor ten years th Lydla E. Pinkham Mcdlclno Co. has recommenced Paxtlno in their private correspondence with women, which proves its superiority. Women who have been cured say it is "worth Its m eight In gold." At druggists. (iOc. large box, or by mall. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. 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You live In momentous times, aud you should not miss any of tho tremendous events that aro occurring. No other newspaper will Inform you with the promptness and cheapness edition of tho of the Thrlcc-a-Wee- k New York World. Moreover, a year's subscription to it will tako you fur into our next Presidential campaign. Tho Thrlco-A-Wee- k World's regular subscription prlco Is only $1.00 per year, and this pays for 15C papers. Wo offer this uiieuualcd newspaper nnd Till: HAItTFOItl) KKPL'lSMC.s.V together for one year for JjU.d.l. The regular subscription price of the two papers Is tfii.OO. JUSTICES' COLRT3. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after 3d Monday in .March, Tuesday after 3d Monday lu June, Tuesday after 3d Monday In September, Tuesday after 3d Monday in December. L. A. McDaniel, Rockport, Friday after 3d Monday In .March, Friday after 3d Moiwlay In June, Friday after 3d .Monday In September, Friday after 3d Monday in December. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday after 3d "Monday in .March,, Wednesday after 3d Monday In June, Witlncsday after 3d Moiidav in Sen- tcniber, Wednesday after 3d Mon-- J day In Dccembir. It. C. Tichtltor, Ccntcrtown. Saturday after 3rd Monday lu eacit month. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday after I'd Monday lu March, TuesJay after l!d Monday In May, Tuesday after 3d Monday in August, Tucs-Vla- y after "d Monday In November. S. W. Dean, Dundee, after the second Monday In March, Wednesday cfter 'M Monday In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday in August, Wednesday after 2d Monday In Novomber. Den F. Rice, Fortisvllle, Tuesday after 2d Monday In March, Thursday after 2d Monday in May, Thursday after 2d .Monday In Augunt, Thursday alter. 2d Monday In November. Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday after 2d Monday In March, Friday niter 2d .Monday in May, Friday alter 3d Monday in August, Friday after 2d Monday in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Marshal; Court convenes seconld Monday In each month. City Council J. C. Her. Maor; n. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Dean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. 1Ki-net- t, Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelscr, W. ii. Gillespie. School Trustees J. D. Duke. Chairman; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and V. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church. South Services morning and evening eveny first and third Sunday in each month. Sun- uay Bcuool 9:45 a. in. Praer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. U. W. Napier, pastor. Baptist Church Sen Ices morning and evening every second nnd fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school U:15 n. m. Prayer meeting ever' Wed nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pettle, pastor. Christian Church Services every third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. anid 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 u. m. Elder Gwinn, pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. C75, F. and A. M. moots ever) first Monday night in each month. W. S. Stevens, V. M.; Owon Hunter, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 81 O. H. S. meets every becond and fourth Monday evenings, Mrs. J. II. Williams, W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. P-- ; Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knight of Pythias meets ocry Tuesday evening. Jno. W. Taj lor, C. C; W. It. Hedrick, K. of It. &. S. Hartford Tent No. 09, K. O. T. M. incots every first and tnlrd Thursday nights: R. T. Collins, Commander; E. P. Moore, RecoiU Keeper. Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. Harnett, Noblo Grand; W. it. Hedrick, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. incuts every second aud fourth Saturday nights in each month. Tom Williams, Council Co.nniander; W. C. Wallace. Clerk. Sunshine Hlvo No. 42, L. O. T. M., meets every first and third Friday nights In each month. Mrs. Attju Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. II. E. Mischke, Lady Record Keeper. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M meets every thlrU Saturday night in each month. John T. Moore High Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. Stato Officers President, J. H. Princeton, Ky.; Vlco President, J. Ii. Burnoy, Muhlenberg Co.; Secretary & Trcas., S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Hartford, Ky. Members Stato Executive Board-B- en Watson, Webster county; J. W. Dunn, Daviess county; Hilary Plrtle, Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin county; C. G. Davenportt, Wurnm county. Ohio County Officers S. L. StevHenry Plrtle, ens, President; S. E. Bennett, Trcnsniw. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Osua Shults, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. 2. T. J. Brooks, FordsMlie, ICy. 3. Ira Boarth, Olaton, Ky. 4. H. O. Autry, BaUetown, Ky. C. E. O. Austin, Prentiss. C. J. L. Brown, RocLport, Ky. Wod-nctodBal-mal- u, Sec-reta- rj; ARTHUR ASSOCIATED Attorney at Law - D. KIRK KY. HARTFORD, WITH M. L. 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Tho Biinnt wolf, poverty, with bloodshot oyes nnd frotliliiR mouth hns broken itn fetters nnd is at largo In Ohio county. Unlcnsed by dlro necessity It is on tho (rnll nnd Is stalking its victims with tinroluntlrss fury. According to testimony the authenticity of which cannot bo doubted, Ohio county coal miners, the brave men of the mines who dally took their lives In their own hnnds and descended Into tho bowels of old mother earth to wrest a living nnd obtain food for their loved ones mother earth's hidden storage places aro in dire distress and at the point of starvation. Victims of environment, these men are unable to obtain employment nnd with no prospect of work In sight they are facing the of cither accepting charity or facing starvation. Ohio county miners are good men good citizens and good workers. A better class of coal miners would be hard to find. They are peaceful, unoffending and lawnbldfng and are all, as a rule, good fellows. It isn't their fault that they aro out of work. They are anxious to renew their labors and go back to work. Tho mines, however, are shut down and their yawning mouths placarded with the omnous words, "closed." This hideous nlghtmore stares tho miners In the face when they approach their And former place of employment. the coal operators, the barons of the mining industry, are not to be censured in this case. They are Just as anxious as the miners to open their mines. However, the scarcity of orders preclude the possibility of the mines to be operated, they say. For months the mines have been idle. The little store of savings laid by for a rainy day ha3 loitg since Company stores been exhausted. Other have discontinued credit. stores, operated, by private parties, are unable to carry the men on their books, unstable business conditions preclude this. So with no money to buy with and no credit obtainable what Is the miner to do? 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Tu gMsrest-- s Da tiacss ef it our 35 years of piano txTwrimee, and the reno-Utlo- n nf nn old eitsblliheo, rponibIe piano house. lirgalni Playsr-fJaB- M 60 Frit Mutii -- liate eiinttantlv on hand a i.igtt iiituurr vt .lightl uwd snd vcondhir.d planoa ot all standard nuku talrn In dunce for new Starck Pianoa and Plajrer-PianoThe follow. Inn are a few aairplc bargains i W Weber $110.00 92.00 90.03 SIMS Steinway Chickerlng Kimball btarck Pliyc-i'lano- j tr the tieftt anl moU rut Ptaver fhaima ui sua market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive featurea ot tbeaa wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which they ran be acrprcd. S. ml today for our new Ivautlfully illustrated piano lawk which piles you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. Tills honk will Interest and pirate you. Write today. To every purchaser of Sttrck Pianos, we cite 'ree tnuaic lraauni. In one of the best known sibools in CMras . Thee you ran tike In your own home, by mall. Thla repreienta one year's free Instruction. Plana laai; 95.00 193.00 ma 0 Starck Send for our latest complete second band bargain list. V. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 SUrok Bids., CHICAGO ifir L..,SBl!faiBK. ' tmkkaiSiiii?W'! SfcSPTSvt I Fare IUY BETWEEN 3 oot it ill l- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaavSL99 aaMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMalMpi - ill &W r. .EVELAND BUFFALO . saw-"- . Wai-tS- i WB&S&iit ! '. ' . er-- 5g .a avlV r K ll ?& . M.-l,-- f ., "'". ""r"r.:. -" .... -- . ,.i. na r Ui.a..-u,...ftb.s.o.- ' Daily- rtarrtfrS!lA. ,J --, f ' CI r..s anj w.;y ui uuii.iu May i.ttoDec.i.t CLEVELAND cr.t BUi'vALO 0.0J1. M. IwiluCilu (Ctulfil blio.hir.1 ::: 4..n1coJ.uol .riiv.t -I i .lairr'M.-- a. l, .-' i.u. ,- j". iiiminn.'i:iit U -a ....,. (uiv .uauM.ar . , W pJMn uu flfii.ouu ...) CO.. Tlin CLEVELAND O. nUFFALO TP.AHS1T Cl.r.la.J, O. wolf at the door starvation. John Ho has been idle Is out of a Job. soveral months. These months have been ones of privation actual hunger often. Insufficient food always, lack of proper clothing. About him John sees many other families in the same condition, and John wonders what causes it alt. For himself John doesn't care so much. But when lie thinks of tho patient wife and five pretty children Is It any wonder he bows his head in agony? And the worst part of it John sees no relief in sight. John looks at the village church with its dome pointing heavenward like a silent sentinel. Somewhere John remembers having read: "For I was an hungred and yo gave me no meat; I was thirsty and ye gave me no drink." And then John thinks of the church members, God's servants. He imagines they are asking: "Lord when saw wo thee an hungred, or athirst and did not minister unto thee?" And John smiles, as ho pictures in his imagination the surprised look oh the faces of the church members, answers, "verily I say unto you inasmuch as ye did It not to tho least of these, yo did it not to me." And John wonders why the preachers aro always preaching about "going out hedges." Into tlie highways and John agrees that church members are good people, but then he knows of many saloon keepers who are also good fellows. Down hearted, brboken spirited and with logging steps John meanders homeward to the patient wlfo And no and five pretty children. doubt JesuB as he looks down from the throne thinks of his saying of old, "tho harvest truly Is plentlous, but tho laborers few." The honorable Fiscal Court, good fellows that they are, broke precedent and 'voted three hundred dollars for tho relief of these worthy minors. This was supplemented by subscribe now, sending $2 "When St, Louis celebrates 'Onion for the C2 issues of THE COMPANION, More good reading than you will for 1915. will receive The Companion' Day'.JL.wlll be a good time for the get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. magazines. rest of the country to hold Its breath," says the Birmingham News. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Yes, If we can't make St. Louis do TUB HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH that. Chattanooga Times. ON'K YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. 52 Times a Year not 12. .i Democratic newspapers here and there are trying to start a boom for Mr. Taft, but Mr. Taft himself Is starting a boom for Mr. Root. He says Root is the bigger man Intellectually. Kansas City Journal. With the Prlnz Eltel Frledrlch Interned at Newport Nevs and the Dresden at the bottom of the sea, but two German war vessels are now "at large." That Is, 'scuslng the submarines. Shreveport Journal. OUR CLUBBING RATES. The The The The The The The The The The The Republican and Louis villeJBerald.r $1.35 Reptblican and St. Louis 1.76 Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 Republican and Inquirer 1.75 Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 3.50 kepublican una .Daily uwensooro inquirer Republican and k O'boro Messenger 1.75 Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Globe-Democrat Twice-a-WeekOwensb- , - Explain a Mystery. ray ,ldea," remarked the Man on the Car, "that elbow something Jostled Nature's when she was pouring the seed Into the watermelon." "It has always been Twice-a-Wee- TO Many KNOW FUTURE HUSBAND Old English Cuatoma and Su peratltlona Center Around Christmas. Address all orders to" ss4ss44a 4sVsaaaa4a444a 1THOS. E. MOSSl Decorator and ' . Plasterer, Contractor private subscription. No doubt this relioved tho situation to some extent but It will not be adequute to relieve all the suffering. The situation In Rockport Is not so bad as in other places. Tho mlneB hero have not been closed very long and no suffering or actual want has been reported. However, with no prospect of work In sight the situation Is likely to become serious. Doctor's Ofllce and Dwelling for Bale. We have listed for 6ale two acrea X Lifetime experience with best of workmen, andean j; give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford!! Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, ky. SS All down the ages girls have been eager to And out their future destiny whether they will be "old maids." or, as they, are now called, 'bachelor girls," or wives and mothers. Christmas, as well as all the other festivals, THE has been allotted Its customs and superstitions through which the secret SEWING MA JiiNK of tho future may be learned. To find the answer to the ImporOF tant question, ife or old maid, a girl QUALITY. had to go alone on Christmas eve and knock' on the henhouse door. If a cock answered her knock by crowNOT ing, she would be married, but If no SOLD cock crowed in answer, then she UNDER would be an old maid. This underANY taking would require a good deal of OTHER courogo In the old days of. superstiNAME. tion, as on Christmas eve ovll spirits Increased powwere supposed to have WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. er and ghosts were supposed to prowl around. If you purchase tho NKVt HOMK you will It a girl wished to know the name have a life asset at the price you puy,and wtU of her future husband she took four not Imvo an endless chain of repair. onions and named each one after a Quality boy friend. She then placed one In corner of a room and tho one each ConskJeretl that sprouted before January 6 bore it U the the name ot the man she would marry. Cheapest fmr-jIn some districts this was carried in the end out rather differently. Several onions were selected and named, and placed to buy. close together, and the one that you wunt a sewing machine, write for wm sprouted first gave the name that If to be hers, We can Imagine how oar latest catalogue before you purchsM. carefully the warmest place would be The New Horns Sewing Machine Co.. Orange, Mass. chosen for some special ouioo. THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI V-VER-L NEW AX HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Feel right all tho time Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps you when pleasant Liv Ver-La- x on your feet, while reliovingyour trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't tako anything else. You can't afford sysit Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nattem and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, suro in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long before Liu- - Vtr-La- x completely displace calomel in everl home. Children can take it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle guarin bottles. Nona anteed. 50c and genuino without the likeness and rfna turo of L. K. Cruisby. For sale by - Hartford, Ky. J. H. WILLIAMS, For pains In tK. back a good remedy la Dr. Miles' Antl-Pa- hi I'llls. MHWi ET1J hy unfavorable weather, in tho Dardanelles. The Admirals hold a conHI ference on board the Stiff ren anJ deFor Stale Treasurer. general attack. ' Wo are authored to nnnounco cided to make a new HON. U. L. MOORE, of Crittenden Tiiedii). donifty,' a candidate for the Repubof l'rze-ms- l Russia The garrison lican npminntlon for State Treasurer, investing to the capitulated (ionernl Primary election August 7, "lege lastRussian army, ending 1915. ing since last September. This vicvirtually We nrc authorized to nnnounco tory gives Rustra control of releases H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, all of Busterti Gullclu and JOHN Senator, 7th the Ruvslnn army for service elseu candidate for State composed of where. It is believed the next ImDistrict, Soimtorjnl portant development In Gallcla will Ohio, Muhlenberg and Itutler CraGeneral primary election Aug. be 11 Hussian advance toward cow. The territory as far south as 7, 1915. the Carpathians hs been virtually authorized to announce cleared of Auitrinns. The stubborn We are by the Austrl-- n HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver defense of Prysemysl ns is on of the outtandtn? feaKy., a candidate for State SenaDam, victor m the 7th Senatorial District com-l.rlt- d tures of the war. The Russian counties of Ohio. But-l(- i! tory Is beln; celebrated in London, of the Republican Paris and throughout Russia Muhlenberg. and election, Aug. 7, 1915. pijinniy The NetherNetlierlinul The are authorized to announce lands Government forwarded a teleWe WILLIAM D. MORRIS, of East Hart-lo- gram to lierltn asking for an explanprecinct, a candidate for the ation of the seizure of two Dutch Republican nomination for Repre- steamers and the conuscauoii 01 sentative of Ohio county. General their cargoes. primary election Aug. 7, 1915. United State- - President Wilson to announce considered the draft of the note soon TV are authorized Britain aud v,'. . DEAN, of Sulphur Springs to be sent to Great a candidate for the Republic- Franco nresentlns the views of the sm nomination for Representative of j United States on the blockade of . Ohio county. Primary election Sat commerce between uermuu aim urday, Aug. 7, 1915. neutral countries. It was stated that the note will voice strong objection Xi are authorized to announce to the blockade. L. L. EMBRY a candidate for the Republican nomination for RepresSerbia Sir Thomns Llpton. who entative from Ohio County. General has Just returned to London from primary election Aug. 7, 1915. Serbia, relates a story of the appal-In- g conditions In that country due We are authorized to announce to the epidemic of typhus. "Just as JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, It took fire to stop the great plague hb is candidate for the nomination In London." Sir Thomas says, "so To; Judge of the Sixth Judicial Disflro is needed to clear Serbia of the trict, subject to the action of the typhus. The infected houses and the Democratic party at the State Pri- clothing of the people must be burnmary the first Saturday in August, ed." 1915. England A German submarine "We are authorized to announce has blown up the British steamer ndidate for Concord in the English Channel. OTTO C. MARTIN a the Republican nomination for Cir- Three German soldiers la Mulheim, cuit Court Clerk at the general pri- Baden, have been injured by bombs, mary election Aug. 7, 1915. ' dropped by an allied aviator. XnnOI'NCKMKXTS. ni pre-clnct- , ! -- GRAND OPENING OF SPRi NG MERCHANDISE UJJWil aTtJWJWl Friday, ( Meo-c- h 26th. a SPECIAL DISPLAY TrJjirBr KTlf ,fJ Of Everything . WW .WSW, A i CO'vftia-lTt- That's New In f M lAlv4' (.,).. .7?VV W 7cW?7fe. d I MILLINERY. We are authorized to CAL P. KEOWN a announce candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County, General primary election August 7, 1915. "We are authorized to announce WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate foi the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. General Primary August 7, 1915. We aro autliorlzct to announce CARL M. TAYLOR, of Wednesday. Germany The activity of in the sea war zone was conA Dutch steamer tinued yesterday. was attacked by an armed trawler and a British vessel was fired on by None of the bombs an aeroplane. hit its target. Seventeen young Belgians are reported to have been executed at Ghent by the Germans after having been found guilty of espionage. Ger-mu- We Invite You to Spend the Day With Us, Looking at Our Showings. Prentiss pre- cinct, a candidate for tho Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk ol Ohio County. General Primary Saturday, August 7, 1915. y.'e are authorized to announce S. P. McKINNEY. of Beaver Dam, as a candidate for the nomination for Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the actipu of the Democrats of Ohio t county, at the General Primary elecFrance A French commission tion, August 7, 1915. has declared valid the seizure of the Lino former Hamburg-America- n steamer DaciU, which now flies the LATEST WAR NEWS American flag, and the case will go before the French prize court. I Russia That the Przemysl garrison was reduced to the last extremity before surrendering Is Indicated In all accounts of the RusSome of the mei of sian victory. the garrison were so weak from the lack of food that they could scarcely stand, and ate moss and gnawed at the straps of their equipment to keep themselves alive. troops E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. pathlans. one-third Monday. Zeppelin airships raided Paila early yesterday morning and dropped a dozen bombs, but the damage clone was unimportant. Seven or portions were injured, but only one Kcrioubly. Missies also were dropped at Complegne, Rlbecourt and Dresllncourt, but without serious result. Trumpets gave the signal that al) lights must be extinguished us soon as warning was received of the Searchlights Zeppelins' approach. were turned upon the clouds, aud guns opened fire and aeroplanes rose to attack the but their operations were ham-pon- d by u heavy mist. The Paris War Onlce reports that tho Germans have aslu bombarded tho Cathedral at .Solbsous, doing much damage. c anti-aircra- ft Ger-m.'ui- 'j, Kni;!uiid The British steamer off Beachy ('alrutorr was torpedoed Head in tho English Channel aud .sunk. The crew escaped. ItixU Germany's ell'ortB to induce A lint rm t cede territory to Italy to Italy's continued neutrality not to have been successful. Austria Is now strengthening her 4auth .n frontier and Italy has called to the colors olllcers of all arms bulomdiig to the lirst lino. Germans and Au'trlans residing In Italy have been ndvUed to leave. secure Bi'uiii German steamer Odenwnld, which attempted to leave San Juan, Porto Rico, without clearance papers, lulled to heed two shots acroHH bar bow, and a direct machine gun fire followed, when the vessel Poi-mlUco--Th- e returned. O'rcwe The ullled fleet Is prepar ing to renew general attacks delayed i The Russians will use .Woman's Ballot and Its Influence. Only about of the Chireleased at Przemysl, It is stated, to bring the battle to an end. cago women of voting age uro registered, and according to the Boston Italy Fresh troops In large num- Transcript, 82,000 of these stayed bers have arrived in the Tyrol and away trom the polls at the recent at Trieste. Geneva dispatches .say primary election. Of those who votItaly will soon ed, the majority were for Sweltzer, A force of 1.000 Turks, that Austria believes England town. who stands for a wide-ope- n be actively in the war. who attempted an attack on the Suez Canal, near the town of Suez, has Miss Juno Addams and Miss Mary Resolutions of Keu-cl- . The Turks were acbeen routed. From Beacoa Lodge No. 273, I. McDowell have both stated at sufcompanied by German officers. frage meetings In Massachusetts that McIIenry, Ky. The British Colonial Oiiice reports O. O. F.. The death angel has again invad- it is owing to woman suffrage that that normal conditions now prevail num- Chicago has an Improved system of In Singapore, following the recent ed our ranks and took from our A copy of Miss ber a true and loyal brother, which garbage disposal. mutiny. again brings us to that sacred ad- Addams' remarks, as reported In the . suffrage organ, was is Massachusetts Allied Fleet The operations of monition: "Man born of a woman Dardanelles of a few days and full of troubles." forwarded to George B. Young, tho allied fleet in the Whereas the Great Architect of the Health Commissioner of Chicago. He have been delayed by the bad weathsays In reply: "I must confess I er, and the ships which suffered dam-ag- o universe. He that doetli all things well, has seen fit in his infinite wis- was greatly surprised at the stateare In the last bombardment appear In tho clipping being repaired. A Malta dispatch dom to call trout his labor here on ments which earth to that grand and glorious and am loath to believe that It is at says that- the operations are to be lodge on high, where peace and all un uccurate report of what Miss resumed at an early dato and that long to every precaution is being taken to harmony ever prevails, our beloved Adams said." His letter is too brother Samuel James, Sr., who de- quote entire, but ho makes clear that surprises. avoid parted this life March 19, 1915. tho garbage question was under careJapan At a conference between Brother James was initiated into the ful consideration by tho city officials early In 1912, some tlmo in advance the Chines.e Foreign Minister and Independent OrderA of Odd Fellows May 18, 1880. member tiearly of women securing tho franchise; the Japanese Minister to China five thirty-fiv- e years. May others look that the plan finally adopted was the articles bearing on the Japanese deexample for the grand original plan proposed by tho health mands on China were agreed upon, on this ns an I. O. O. F. Thereforo, olllclals of the city; that tho making and tho Japanese Minister also order of bo It of tho new contract in October, 1913, agreed to withdraw some of the Resolved, 'l nut in the dcatli of was delayed necessarily becauso the demands originally made. brother James this lodge has lost a officials had to allow the old contract faithful member, the family a kind to expire. Thursday. Turkey Bombardment of Turk- and loving father, and the community quebtion," Dr. "Tho suffrage ish fortifications In the Dardanelles a loyal and trustworthy citizen. Resolved that wo extend to the Young writes, "so far as I can see, has been resumed, according to Ath- ciih dispatches, and allied troops have family our heartfelt sympathy, realiz- and I have been in very clone touch been landed on tho peninsula of Gal- - ing that words cannot fill the aching with this matter for the last five void, but pointing to that fountain on yours, had nothing whatever to do' lipoli. high from which all blessings flow. with the arrangement as finally Resolved that a copy of these reso- niude." higlniid A British ulr raid was made on Hoboken, near Antwerp, lutions be spread upon the minutes For every good thing which nap-pewhere the Germans are constructing of this lodge, a copy be sent to the after tho voto is given to submarines, doing considerable dum-ag- e bereaved family of our beloved broththe tuffraglsts take the credit. subma- er aud a copy be sent to each of tho to the works and two county papers for publication. For tho bad things which happen, rines. JESSE II. torrence; they dlbuvow nil responsibility. ANDREW J. WAKELAND, One of the first acts of the Neveiu, Kuhsltt The big battle of the mo Legislature utter the enfranchiseJ. MORRIS REYNOLDS,' incut is In progress between Dukla ment of women was to pass the easy Committee. Puss and Uzsck Pass, in the Car- wo-ric- u, . March term, March 17, 1915. Hon. Jno. II. Wilson. J, O. C. C. Presiding. This day appeared in openi Court T. L. Royal, aud on his own motion It is ordered that his son, T. ('. Royal, be and is hereby set free and empowered to act for himself in all matAsstrance against It. ters as though he were twenty-on- o sociation, Cambridge, Mass, years old. rJNO. B. WILSON. J. O. C. C. Set Free. Orders Ohio County Court special W. C. BLANKENSHIP, C. O. C. C. Anti-suffra- divorce bill, returning to the former condilon which made Reno a national scandal. Tho bill passed the assembly by a voto of 40 to 12, and the Senate by a vote of 12 to 10, and was sfgued by Gov. 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