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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 39 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915. pointed , carried and commltteo appointed as follows: S. L. Stevens, L. N. Robertson, W. U. Osborn and F. K. Mosclcy. At this stago of the convention Stato President McConnell, rose before tho convention and delivered a speech which was .full of wisdom nnd advice, dwelling at length on the Importance of loyalty on' the part of tho members of tho organization rclativo to tho newly elected officers. Speeches were made by several members, among whom wero F. K. Moscley, of Daviess county. Mr. Mosolcy Bald In part, that tho person most to blame for tho disorganized condition of tho farmers In some sections to day 13 tho farmer himself. Messrs. Dunn, of Whltesvllle; Garrison, of Warren county; Peter Wathen County President of Daviess county, Kitchens, of Butler county; L. N. Robertson, of McLean county'; Bal- main, of Ohio county, and others, all of which were full of interest and en- three or four times to take It, and held It open for him in the event be should change his mind after he had .'" xi z 'A -- , said no. To the everlasting shame, IN SESSION of Ohio, be it said that William O. Shnrpo of Elyrla, who didn't say oo oven tho first time, Is down on the list of niggardly $100, thereby obKentucky A. S. of E. Takes Democrats Who "Put Up" taining the small financial rating accorded Secretary of the Navy DanleU, On New Life. mm? r. In 1912. Secretary of Commerce Red field and Attorney-GenerMcReynolds, now on the Supreme Court hench. Thi Important Features of Meeting as They Are Now Enjoying Hand- post of minister to Uruguay, to which Sam Carey of Cincinnati and other Told by State Secretary Ohio patriots aspired, was perhaps a some Places At Home llttle out of their class, for it went to Robertson. ,( and Abroad. John L. DeSaulles of Now York, a $5,000 contributor. The Japanese embassy went to George W. Guthrie of Tho State Union A. S. of E. for Facts which have been dug up in Pittsburgh, who contributed onlr Kentucky met at tho Methodist Washington recently throw interest- $1,000 in cash but an Inestimable cliwtch Sumlny School rooms Tucadhy ing light on some of the appointments amount In the matter in political moTning and was called to order by which havo been made by President service. Jos. E. Willard of Virginia, President McConnell. The meeting Wilson in important places at home selected for the post In Spain, put uy was well attended and there Ib no and abroad, notes a correspondent of double that amount, and drew a less doubt but what the organization Is thusiasm. tho Cincinnati Times-Sta- r. important position. W. E. Gonzales on tho upward trend In the State It is to be expected, of course that of South Carolina, minister to Cuba A motion was mado that we have, once more. Much work of Import- a committee on good roads appoint a newly-electe- d President will go to isn't even In the William G. Sharpe ance to the Interest of tho society ed and same was adopted. somo trouble to reward wealthy class, for the $100 he contributed is, has been accomplished. Tho local friends and followers who contribute in part the donation of his brother. At 12 in. motion to adjourn to 2 members and their wives served p. m. carried and the convention adfreely of their means to help pay Wm. Bayard Hale, who holds nolunch In honor of the visiting dele-gat- journed to meet at 2 o'clock. the expenses of tho campaign, altho regularly salaried office, but who, as at tho church dining room some Administration attempt to cre President Wilson's personal represen 2 p. in. called to order by Presinch day. The union adjourned yes- dent, and devotional conductod by ate tho emprcssion that their appoint tative of special agent In Mexico, gets terday afternoon to meet at Central Rev. Napier of tho Methodist church, ments are based solely upon the spe- his allowances out of the State de"lty next year. One of tho features with music by the choir. cial fitness of the applicant for the partment's secret fund was a mere of tho meeting was the address at position which he seeks. Mr. Moseley made motion that, we $100 contrlbuter. Meredith Nichol the court house at 10 o'clock Wednes spend the afternoon in discussion. In the matter in hand,perhaps,one son, who was nominated to be min HON. E. P. MORROW, day morning by National Secretary lSamo was seconded by L. N. Robert can reach a new appreciation of what ister to Portugal, but whose Candidate for the Republican Nomination for Governor of Kentucky. nomina II. G. Tank, of Wlsconbln. The Secretary Bryan meant when he coin tion is withdrawn. Is down for $200. nnd amended by Balmaln, that o ed the phrase "Some deserving Demo- H. M. Pindell of Illinois, who was dress was a strong plea Tor the i,0Urs in discussion, Bpuu,i to 8180, 19-- 6 at $4.86, $39,759.54. anUation and was hcird by mnny.anij amended to discuss till 4 p. m., NOTE TO GERMANY crats," in his now famous Vlck have been ambassador to Russia for "Traveling and other expenses of letter. couu- - atui then adjourn to 7:30 for regu- of tho citizens of tlio town and a year or so, in order that he might Capt. Kiehne and Arthur Sewall & ty Required Lot of Digging. lar business. Adopted get the social prestige which the HAS POLITE TONE Co., agents of ship, In connection Wo glvo herewith this detailed nc- It required a lot of digging to get post inevitably carries, but who reThe several counties were'1 called with making affidavits, preparing the names of the big contrlbuters to o.mt of the sessions as furniskcl ana made report of conditions: Mr, signed" after the first of his nominaand filing claim, ?C00. of State pjrtlo. fron'Ohlo "county! Mr. u through tho kindness the Wilson campaign fund, for it in- tion had brought embarrassment to "Personal effects of Capt. H. H. volved a search ot a report of reRobertson: ,vor from Muhlcnburg county; Logan America" Missive On Sinking of the President and humiliation to his Kiehne, $300. ceipts of campaign funds submitted sponsor, Senator James Hamilton Hartford. Ky April 0. Stato waa reported by County Secretary, j de"Damages covering loss due to convention A. S of E., was called to c. n, Whltcscaryer; Allen, by V. D. by the Democratic National Commit- Lewis, qf Illinois, who donated $100. Frye "Suggests" That Repprivation of use of Bhlp, $37,500. tee, of the statement dealing with Charles J. Voplcka of Illinois, now order in Hartford, Ky., at nine Osborn; McLean by G. S. Ford; "Total $228,059.54. aration Be Made. Ivlcss by F. K. Moscley; Barron was the precon vention funds collected by "By direction of my Government I W. F. McCombs, chairman of the minister to Rumania, altho his free-an-d Devotlonnl exercises led by Stato reportod by Mr. Combs; Caldwell by easy mannerisms, displayed have the 'honor to request that full Democratic National Committee; W, Chaplain, M. W. Carver, of Green- - Mr. McConnell to .Jits post, nearly brought Washington, April 5. Tho Amerl- - reparation be mado by the German G. McAdoo, then assistant chairman, about" his recall, is on the'llsl for1 Commlttees callod" f6r 'and Com Tllle. Government for the destruction of now Secretary of tho Treasury, and ' Mr C. M. Harnett, of Hartford, mittee on Constitution reported as. can note to Germany on the sinking $400. of the American sailing ship Wil- - the William P. Frye.. Joslah Qulncy, of Boston, and their dc'Ted tho welcomo address, In follows, vlw: Another one of the heavy contribcomparison with the list ot office A resolution was offered by the Ham P. Frye by the German auxll- behalf of tho city of Hartford, and utors who failed to get recognition Yellow Dogs Organize. wo'lary cruiser Frlnz Eltel Frederlch, the peoplo of Ohio county. Mr. Commltteo on Resolutions that No, that yelping, howling, etc, holders who have been conducted to as a "deserving Democrat" was Mr. It is you heard Saturday night was not (the public trough since the lnduc- - Thomas D. Jones of Chicago. He Harnett had been closely connected cut out that part of Ritual which has was made public here very brief. It Is confined principal a Ant f Irrlif Tf urn a lio nonclnn rxt of the Wilson administration. with the American Society of Equl- - reference to secret work. Carried. contributed a mngniflcant total of i'tlon is an interesting study and may $20,500. All call meetings of the State shall ly to n recital of the legal aspects .. TllltRt,,' ly aluce Its first advent Into Ken- nrHP . , President Wilson named serve to throw a new light upon tucvy, having nt otic time served no mauc oy mo aiaie rresiuuiu aim oi mo sniKing oi mo frye, ana in Yellow Dogs In Hartford, and long him for membership on the Federal suggest a new meaning even for ns Nntlonal President, and been pres- - tlmo to elapse between call and time polite and diplomatic language sug- - wU1 If be reraembere(j hv mnnv. and e conReserve Board, but this a word In such common uso and precnt in many Nntlonal conventions, oi meeting snati oo leu io me uis- - gests that Germany make "ropara- - Thlg order tfl tak, nection with tho Harvester Trust, the cou Krtn " sumably so well understood as "dehas been a valuable member In many cretlon of President. made him a shining mark for the onand already has a good start In our serving." This is tho text of the instruction city. National Secretary H. O. Tank of tho great councils of tho organ!- -' slaughts of the Progressives in Mr. The local lodge was organized At the head of the list stands zatlon, and his ablo welcome left made his appearance an on motion to Ambassador Gerrard: WHson's party. To spare Mr. Wilson by J. C. Her, who took the work "You are instructed to present the along with Wagner, Adams, Clark Charles B. Crane of Chicago, with a no doubt In tho minds of the mem- - Mr. Tank was called to tho floor anil further annoyance, ( Mr. Jones withbers of the Stato Convention that addressed the convention in a few following note to the German For- and other famous Pittsburgh ball contribution of $50,000, of which drew and paved the way for comwas dedicated to tho nominaeign Office: they wero welcomo In the city of well chosen words. nlnvpra nt Dnwflnn Rnrlncs. A rlnss $10,000 promise selections, which Included., A motion was made, second and "Under instructions from my Gov- - Qf thMfMa went ,n Saturday n,ght tion of Woodrow Wilson and tho re among others, Fredrick A. Delano, Hartford. Tho address of welcome - carried that wo make appointment ernment I have the honor to present to his election. mainder consecrated was responded to by L. N. Robertof Chicago, who Is on tho list for on- -. and many appUcatlon8 are on hand pon, of Calhoun, In a few well chos- - for Mr. Tank to address a meeting a claim for $228,059.54 with inter-e- n In fact most everybody In Hartford I Mr. Crane had a special and .personal ly $100; C. S. Hamlin, of Boston, anat ten est from January 28, 1915, against lnccntivo to liberality toward the at tho court houso words. wants to Join the Yellow Dogs. One other $100 man, and John Skelton Commltteo on credentials was op- - o'clock, and thnt tho public be In- - tho German Government on behalf of the class of candidates Saturday wuson iunu. f resident Tait naa nom- Williams of Virginia, comptroller of - vtlted to attend inated him to minister to China. of the owners and captain of the night was so "yellow" that he went pointed as follows: W. H. Kltchthe currency, a millionaire, who sepens. of Butler county: John Deherry, I Motion made to adjourn to 7:30 American sailing vessel William P. home yelping before he had com- - Mr. Crane started across country to arated himself from a total ot. $200,. of Logan county, and J. P. Bennett. Carried and convention adjourn- - Fryo for dnmages suffered by them j p,etod the WQrk anfl Bomo one gald sail for his post and at once hurled Other contrlbuters now holding poorgy of ora himself into a on account of tho destruction of that "dog gone." The chances are ed, of Muhlcnburg. that it tory, heavily veritable sitions in the Treasury Department at ls 8 p. m. convention called to loaded with Indiscretion Washington vessel on tho high seas by the GerReport of Commltteo on Creden- can will be tied are Secretary McAdoo, he comes back a tin and embarrassment to the Adminisman armed cruiser Prinz Eltel Fried-ric- h Indicated that tho following der and proceeded to business, who gave $3,200; John Burke, of to his tail. No ladles can join, this on January 28, 1915. tration when he arrived at San FranOhio ,. Committee on Nominations report- wnro nresent as delegates: r- order but they say they will organize cisco, flushed with his numerous North Dakota, who succeeded Carmi "The fact upon which this claim the "Old Grey Cats.,, county, G. P. Jones, S. L. Stevens, T. ed as rollows: Wo your Committee, Thompson, of Ohio, as Treasurer of triumphs, he found a county, beg leave to turn tho matter of nom-- arises and by reason of which the II. Balmaln. Muhlcnburg was held Another big meeting the United States, $100; W. H. OsW. Carver, F. E. Rico, J. P. Ben- - illations back to tho convention. On German Government is held respon Wednesday evening and tho follow- mesago of recall which Mr. Crano borne, ot North Carolina, commisAI1.T.P1111 rnuntv. O. S. Ford, motion and second tho motion pre- - sible by the Government of the Unit ing officers installed: Keeper Kennel, never was able to forgive and which sioner ot internal revenue, $500; A. ii people have cause Edds. L. N. Robertson, J. vailed and the election of officers ed States for the attendant loss and C. O. Hunter; Robcrt Yelper, II. Nail; tho American J. Peters, of Boston, former member., gratefully to remember. "W. IParst. Barren county, L. S. was mado special order for Wed- - damages aro briefly as follows: Scratcher, R. T. Collins. of Congress, now Assistant Secretary Mr. Crane saw sufficient provoca- ot "The William P. Frye, a steel sall- Combs, W. Y. Carver. Allen coun-- 1 nesday at 8 o'clock. the Treasury, $100. rt tion in tho incident to change his Commltteo on Organization moderns vessel of 3,374 tons gross ty, W. D. Osborn. Logan county, C. Mr. W. J. Ferguson Demi. Mr. Bryan, Secretary of State, loosre- - nage, owned by American and on motion same was citizens, Mr. W. J. Ferguson died at his political allegiance and generously It. Whltcscarvcr, W. B. Campbell, , ened up to the extent ot $1,000. Mr. John Deborry. Hardin county, R. colved by tho convention and on mo-- and sailing under tho United States resldenco near Sunnydnle, this coun- placed himself at the head of the Gregory, of Texas, now Attorney-Genera- l, E. L,,Ray. Butler county, W. II. ttoti was taken up and considered flag and register, cleared from Seat- ty, last Saturday night at nine Wilson contrlbuters. He was offered made the ante $507.31, some ot tle, Wash., November 4, 1914, under o'clock, after a lingering illness ot the post of embassador to Russia, his Klttncns. Caldwell county, J. H. by sections. which canio to him as the organizer A partial report by Committee on charter to M. H. Houser, of Portland, cancer ot tho bowels. Ho was 71 diplomatic qualifications standing McConnoll. Daviess county, J. W. ot a pool; and Postmaster-GenerDunn, F. K. Moscley, Peter Wathen. Resolutions was submitted and on ' Ore., bound for Queenstown, Fal years old at the time ot his death. out $50,000 worth, but he waB suffi- Burleson gave $575. conven mouth or Plymouth for orders, with The funeral was held at tho homo ciently well pleased with Mr. Taft's Motion mado, second nnd carried motion was received by the Among the postmasters, A. H. Boy- to recelvo report of Credential Com- tton and adopted In so far as sub- a cargo consisting solely of 186,950 place Sunday atternoon.tho sermon defeat and declined tho appointment. conden, of Salisbury, N. C. Is the kingCompared with Mr. Crane's mitted, with committee continued. bushels of wheat owned by the afore- being preached by the pastor of tho mittee. and pin. He contributed $2,500, precisely On motion convention adjourned said Houser, and consigned 'onto or- deceased, Rev. Vanhoy. Interment tribution, other ambassadorial Motton made that wo defer tho ministerial posts went to a retlnuo of one year's pay under the posltloi der or to its assigns,' all of which followed at Sunnydale, tho election of officers and proceed to meet 7:30 Wednesday morning. S. Wednesday morning 8 a. m. Con- - appears from the ship's papers which being in charge ot the Ma- financial pikers. Henry Morgenthau, which he Is now holding. Charles with appointment of committees. Carby Stato were taken from the vessel a tthe sons of Dndee Lodge, of which Mr. of New York, who wanted to go some Duncan, now postmaster at Gettys ried nnd committees appointed as vention was called to order President. Prayer by Chaplain Mr. j tlmo of her destruction by the Mr. Fer- where elso, but who was finally burg, came along with $214.50, Ferguson was a member. follows: postmasters on mado motion second by Car- - 'mander of the German cruiser. F. K, Moseloy, guson leaves a wife and two chil- brought around to accept the Con- whereas most ot the On Resolutions " 'On January 27, 1915, the Prlnz dren, Mr. V. B. Ferguson and Miss stantinople post by Secretary Bryan's tho list are down tor not more than rlco, to postpono election of officers Rice. S. L. Stevens, nnd F. E. Ohio, subEltel Freldrlch encountered the Maggie Ferguson. and Bylaws J. till 8:30. Carried. Another daugh- plea that ho might thus find a glor- $100. Even Bob Gordon, of On Constitution of A commltteo on good roads was Frye on the high seas; compelled her ter who passed away some years ago ious oppotunity in Turkey, kicked sequently elected serjeant-at-arm- s and W. D. "W. Dunn, T. F. Tannor appointed, composed of Louis Car- - to stop, and sent on board an arm was the wife ot Mr. W. J. Bean, of in with $30,000, of which amount the House ot Representatives of ConOsborn. s was devoted to the nomi- gress, contributed $100. Josh T. M. W. Carver, rlco, John Doberry and Lewis Rob- - ed boarding party, who took possos-ertsoOn Nominations Hartford. fund. Fredrick C. Peufleld, ot Griffith, now collector ot Internal slon. After an examination of tho Tho deceased was a member ot nation I,. N. Robertson and C. IX. WhlteMotion made that we now proceed ship's papers the commander ot the, jtlio Methodist church and a well be- Pennsylvania, who became ambassa- revenue at Owensboro, Ky., gave up scarvor. 'wasn't ex as much. So did Frank B. Ntles, now dor to Austria-HungarH. M. Plrtle, R.to tho election of officers. Carried, cruiser directed that the cargo be loved citizen. ' On Organization actly a cheap man either; for ho let collector of Internal revenue- at To- Davenport, W. II and nominations for President de thrown overboard, but subsequently E. I. Ray. C. G. ledo. , Painting Does your houso need go of $22,000. Kitchens, Louts Carrlco, C. P. Hud-eo- clared In order. Mr. R. E. I. Ray, decided to destroy the vessel, and on And let us not forget Walter W.""' The German post wasn't quite so Deberry, S. L. Combs, J. of Hardin county, M. W. Carver, of the following morning, by his order, Painting? It so, let me paint it. John Muhlenburg county., and Mr. J. H. tho Frye was sunk. Special attention aud care taken with exponslvo, for Judge James W, Ger- Vlck of New Jersey, receiver of cusVGarst. "The claim of the owners and cap- - inside work. Work done by the day ard of Now York got It, altho his toms at Santo Domlngo.the recipient T. F. Tanner, of McConnell, of Caldwell county, were $n motion Mr. Ballot taken tain consists ot the following items: or contract. Prices reasonable, Sat- contribution was only $13,500. Wil- of the unblushing "deserving DemoOhfo county, waa made a delegate placed In nomination. He' and resulted in the election of Mr. I "Value ot the ship, equipment, and isfaction guaranteed. Estimates fur- liam F. McComb3 national chairman, crats" letter from Mr. Bryan. a full voice in the and allowed Ray as State President. Mr, Ray was outfit, $150,000. who added $11,000 of hl3 own to tho gave $1,750 quite u liberal figure, free. nished I war chest, could have had the French when considered with the work exCLARENCE CASEBIER, "Actual freight as per freight list On motion. mado by Mr. Deberry jt,00Q-2,24- 0 Ky.. 32-- 6 embassy, for the President asked him pected of htm. ap- (Continued oaJBlghtn Page,) tons at 5,034, Hartford, 38t4 tuU. a live stock committee be ' ,j' v . V '' 'i GONTMBUTERS - AREJEWARDED ,,,V' "MMMmi& al ' - es nd-iB- or-,w- ry en-ro- ute y. .,.. one-tim- I , I or-tla- post-prandi- al ton-repo- al core-moni- es com-Mosel- ey n. two-third- y, - n, n. more room. Thus the necessity of !&n Indian woman for the murder of her husband remained in his mem-- 1 close quarters, even though the ani- TRYING TO ory. mals sides be chafed by the stall. , i Then his memory became cloud?, Is obrlous. FIND HIMSELF the man told Sergt. Scars, and he Have MSMping Ferer." FOR BATTLE dimly recalled being Injured slightly While In transit In train or steam-- ! In an accident while mowing on a er. horses are liable to be affected by ' ranch. Then he remembered being in what is sometimes called "snipping Per- - Alliance. Neb., and becomclng sick U. S. HorSeS For Artillery, fever." which isln the nature of gen- -l Strange CaSe Of urom drinking alklal water, eral debility, colds, pneumonia ana SOnal Identity. The man told of walking from the heart disease. D?aths from any ofj and CaValry. North Platte Hlver to Sidney, Neb, these or other causes during the 'and then to Sterling, Colo. This transatlantic trip are said to be com- -. . . . -- , . .. town Impressed Itself upon him he- . EnOnnOUS Namter Being Sent TO Deratlrely few. being below one LOUIS ailQ leilSj cause a man pursuaded him to beat UP 'n cent, of the average. Heart disease " England and Con his way to Denver on a freight and pneumonia cause most of the Strange Story of train. deaths. Horses are liable to be sea-- i tinent. He remembers listening to a scr-- j 'sick for a few hours, and betray. Quest. i mon In Denver by Rev. Billy Sunday, symptons ussally by skipping a meal. When you pay 5895 for lbut seld he could not understand the tea or. While many are appalled at the'0' an Allen 34 you get -what the evangelist was talking 'I am just trying to Hnd out who terrlWe Km of human life in the making the , am .. tQ Sefgt SWneJ. SeaM Qf about. After his visit to Denver, the $895 worth of car. war It is probable that it has tertosr" H erer The Allen J4 lui an D ta,U Ue UeBan l0 "aVe a Q'ra auy iw BQie iae cohuuwo ui , tBra, po,jce d,strlct br a shabMly- occareal to comparatively few, par resnes Alien J7 hoixcpower You don't paya cent for un,,. uu r Weiton-Mo- tt tm i ""uo" lu1 dressed nan altering from amnes. , t.cnlarly In this country and out we necessary overhead expense. ' A veterinary Coiting le, molaiftop who Bftw moMhB of wander,ng M t different from the sunburned and nd of those who may be" Immediate- ind leather upKolitery, We bui'I in:c;r.ty into every Allen i intxttod. to consider the slaugh-'- ; who recently returned-i"' after semK d8J. ,aborer thrOBghout the West aad shabbily dressed wanderer that he Winter tnnimimoa and to ue. aoTt is lnrtt su,BISOBth,,t. has at la.f hmm, tlr1r atiiomobil. Our orca.irJtion d iteerine (tear, of horses that is likewise going ' voyage it had been The Idea of the other self gained expinJ-i.that We arc in dnre, stronz and pcrmznent. BVmVXikU . ' n Kot. of coarse, that there Is any a caseduring the bard work oa his aware that ,imoe.,,0.mo,. -- inch ' linLei, 110 of constant ?roona wnen ne looKca at tne tciiooi the automobile business to stay. he was "another" person. corvparteoB. However, elnce shortly vtheellHte, demountable part to prevent more than the doz- : That he has completely lost his books of the children on a ranch in after the outbreak of hostilities. en Our purpose is to make every Allen nmi, aluminum crank death which oecured. At one time idenlty and that his "other self." as Eastern Colorado, where he worked cue and aluminum at ctnnr.1ftAr! after tAf.mpr-1ncar do its part in upholding our fnI1-;S fcors 'ere sick ate, full rjutp r the aim pathetically expressed it. he. At first he could not understand rtcan and Canadian horses have he saW reputation for g'vinc die greatest ntnl tf tltdrie tigkU spelled' UiR Crew of Hostlers was a person of possible value for the price vc gct. and good what wa5 In the books and bees shipped from this side of the anJ tltclric itarter. Each steamer that takes horses , federation and accustomed to earn his uui wuius uu uituiuii, uui iiicji, The weUht ol the ear It Atlantic, and it might seem that the If jou have been waiting until you irl'--h the Zvn Ib transportation of troops may not be from here carries. In addition to its living with his brain, was apparent to his surprise, the words came to of themotor lnwrc could buy a strong, swift, safe, him rapidly. He also was able, he cconomr of cipentisa. foreign mil- - regular crew, usually about 100 j' to si who talked to him In Ijolice of greater importance to handiav.t car without paing a doltold Sergt. Sears, to work out pro-- j W. hulli (It ottiar itary authorities than the transat- - hostlers, whose duty it Is to feed Headquarters. lar more than iu actual worth, the moi.lt. ifarv roadicera blems In algebra. Sergt. Sears says he .tested the id ! horses, and water loarlal .r. clean the horses and Jantic movement of these Allm 34, touring carat October 1. 19H. "Davis" said he' rrnftal In nrlc lr. which are indeed from cavalry, ar- - their stalls during the voyage. Out- - man and Is convinced that he Is a S895, is the complete answer to left for Kit Carson, Colo., then walk-- i your requirements. tiller? and commissary requirements, side of a foreman and nine or ten Master Mason. The sergeant w;n ed to Dodge City. Kan., and Thanks- to replace the thousands which al- - assistant foremen, who are exper- - send him to John Parsons, general giving found In it)U,mih, pyjurr, ttiKimj tf optratitn, ijuifrr.iKt, itrvictiili him near Oklahoma j have fallen with their masters lenced. many of these attendants j secretary to the Masonic order of ar.i frtce, Allttt (an laitlki ItaJ City on aranch. The man then told may never before have come Into Missouri, today, to see If the lodge on t&t field of battle. of visiting several other cities In Tex- - j Da;lng the past two months thou- - close cantact with horses. English- - can Mad the man's rellatives. as. and finally going to Houston Known simply as "Davis," which fands of horses have been exported men. Irishmen and Scotchmen, and Factorr IteprctentatiTtt for Southern Ohio, adjacent Wctt VirHe said he arrived there December ginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky, Boston, and thousands more any other who may be British sub- - , name clung to him during the months thru iMI1 ditrlni' tTio Yiort tvn mnnths lor. ppnrflllr mnlrp tjfi ahnnt Rpr-- ! ntf wnnHftrlnp thp man nrrlvp! in Q 11. and visited a man named Davis, Dealera t Write or wire for agency proposition per cent, of each batch of (Louis yesterday on a passenger train W ose 5. er .a raster us - 8 overseas from this port for Eng-- , enty-flv- e Mart appeared three years ago In St. Louis. land, and eventually the Continent these horsesmen. so called, who In t from Fayetteville. Ark., and regis- "Davis" said the Houston man told I Daniel J. Carrol in the Bos- - other days, when cattle shipments tered at a Market street hotel. writts 'were made from here, would have j Ecfore April, 1914, the man told him he was not the missing brother. ton Transcript. At Powell. Tex., the man said he was Shipments are expected to continue been known as cattlemen. That most Sergt. Sears is mind was perfect by the police, who at first be- of the attendants are British sub- - blank. He dimly remembers the man held for some time, as the British Govlieved him to be the missing Prof. The eminent has arranged to have 20.- - jects Is due principally to the factjtold Sears, that he was crossing a Lavellc of Baltimore, Md. 000 Ehipped here. Other shipments that steamship officials prefer such, J river and heard someone say: That's "Davis" said he left Corsicana. are made frequently from New York, as it Is more convenient for them Jn j the Mississippi. Tex., last January 3, and finally got , Nevport News, New Orleans and Gal- - the end, for many fall to make use Then he became aware that the to Mcna, Ark., where he worked in a veston, not only to England, but to of the certificates which entitle them left side of his head was aching. He restaurant. While there the idea came to return passage. The remaining called Sergt. Sears" attention to a over Fran, Italy and India as well. GOES TO PRESS SOON him that he had some time in per cent, may be made up ar which Is on that side of his For the most part the horses ex- - twenty-fiv- e his life been in Louisville. Ky., and ' Every Bell subscriber, almoit without exception, I able he3d. Whether the scar was the cause ported from here are of the heavy largely of Americans. he wrote the chief of police of that to buy the good advertised in thlt directory. Reserve drajsht type, broken to farm work. ' Hotler and Students Enlist. of his his loss of memory as to who city your tpaca today. AsIc the Manager for rates. and furnished his description. and iltted particularly for artillery; Many of the Englishmen who sail he was. "Davis" says he does not The police answered that he had scrnze. Very few "green" horses as horse tenders do so with the in- know. 'ben In Louisville. March 21, 1914, The next rift among the mental have seen included in the shipments. tention of enlisting In the army upon and had asked the police to aid him someihlns that Is appreciated, no reachIne n,tlve Bhore. belne clad clouds under which he labored, "Dav- - in disclosing his Identity. He had sud- Supplements Changes and mm. came wnen ne rememoerea coum. oy local tongsnoremen wno Qf the opportuaity t0 return . ,v diga ao ed from your other corrections load them Into the steamers after greater expense than the labor re-- putting up screens in Springfield, Mc advertising they teare'the cars at the pier. From QU,red of them during tnetrjp. It The nest place he recalled was a in listings Des Moines. la., from Vour Child';. Couch - a Call For purchasing points in the United wa3 raported that eghlv of of 100 Plaee na but does not should be Help ami Canada, the animals are horsemen who went from here on which he remembers going afoot in- Don't put off treating your Child's conflict made at once f.rs: sent by railroad to Montreal, one steamer enlisted almost as soon to Minnesota. It not only saps their Davis" told of visiting in turn. Cough. and there allowed to rest for a few las they reached England. Others, for the new with other more ser-toand strength, but .'ays prior to the shipment to b6j ucut emplovment Wauseca- - St- - InPauI- - Minneapolis and j'ous ailments. often leads to You don'tn mediums. book. Why risk? by way of the Grand Trunk or Jn this coua"try jj,ake the trlp f"or thelother places Minnesota. Here Canadian Pacific railways, and the purpose ol visiting parents or other lthere he recaUod some Particular nve to. Dr. King's New Discovery is ,,. town because of some Incident which Just tbe remedy your Child needs, , Boston & Maine ana uoston & ai- nade with soothing, healing , bany. At Montreal. British veteri- . 'ho sank into his mind, for Instance, he H ,ua .0..-,,and antiseptic balsams. Will quickly nanus eiamiDe iu n0rie5 lUuru fellows, in- - recalled Wauseca because a man was fouad adventurous for permitting them aboard the cluding aot a'few couple students drowned in the river the day be was j eck the Cold and soothe your chl,d's CouSh awa- - N"o odds how cars Jor the trip to Boston and any . . . exnrlenc the war ex- - there WUIIe he watched a Part-- bad the Cough or how long stand dragging for the body his hat blew wbica do not come up to standard cltement a,jroad, ing. Dr. King's New Discovery will art ?ntlineld to be allowed mor& Each attendant has ten horses to off. he said. . . . ... a Vernon. S. D.. recalled Itself to stop it. It's guaranteed. Just get a 1ITI1M . fl 0v. 1IITM fflTlflllflll tUI wv..v...w... ,100k after during the trip, wniie doing bottle from your Druggist and try Examined By Veterinary. ,subforeman Is assigned to every 100 'Davis" mind because while 2 farm work there the children of the It. a- - rhp nlpr lipfnrp hplni bllnuTcI horses. None excetit the foreman and rmer plagued him Incessantly he pay for their assistants receive aboard, ship each horse is again said. At alentlne. Neb., the trial of .... .. ,....-- .. .L.,t- - nn .i, Proicd by Experiment. nnn -- pt,ntT, One of the young ensigns who was sung derisively of the "hash oloyed by the British government to have acting as teacher on the battleship look after them during the ocean voy-- 1 they get three times a day." Texas asked the question, "What are High Transportation Kate-s- . asre One at a time the animals are the two principal parts of a senThe British Government is paying led from the cars and before the let- tence," expecting to get the andoc-th- e steamship companies high rates rrinary for inspettion. The horse BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. swer, "Subject and predicate." tor quickly decides whether each 5 for the transportation of the horses An old salt scratched his head In here, but it is difficult to K fit condition fDr the trip. Very few taken from perplexity, and at last replied, "solarc-- rejected, perhaps less than a 'obtain positive Information as to the itary confinement, and bread and , 4 'exact prices. Recently horses were r'CTi out of a jhipment of l.OO'i, u nl ttese are sent 'o Brighton to re-- , carried from New York to a French Tells How She Was Saved water." The Sailor's Magazine. port at the rate of $65 a head. by Taking Lydia E. Pink- uiprraie. Usually tlie animals bi-lA cure for Sour Stomach. rate bhck at the pier sih found to be suf- - .whether the Boston-Englan- d ham's Vegetable Mrs. Wm. M. Tnompson. of Battle lenn from coldn or debility resu!:- - equals , or exceeds this, is not known. Compound. I have recently purchased from A. C. 'Toza the car r'de. By the time Local steamship officials claim that Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been Yeiser his recording - is ready to taI. the contract for moving horses from steamet.i trubled with indigestion, sour stomAgencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, LouUville, Ky. " I think If more ach and bad breath. After taking tht ire generaily n condition to .hi- - here was made oa the other side of Hartford, "Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes women would take Lydia E. two bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets bark on the voyage. It may be no- - the Atlantic, and that no one on this the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. Pinkham's VegetaHeed as the horses are going abroad side Is supposed to know the rates. ble Compound thev I am well. These tablets are splenThe3e are all old line Insurance Comnanies and I will , i,.nw did none better." For sale by all th steamer that each Is branded, us- - Even If In excess of the rate quoted, : would enjoy better hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, ually on tho right forequarter. Those it is intimated that the company health. I suffered dealers. m from a female troufrom American farm bear the let- - handling the horses here might find , ble, and the doctors ".," and those from Canada the it more profitable to utilize the, The Loss Will Last n Few Years. '. tw- -' fe decided 1 had a ispace given over to the horses for 3? jft:r "C." " It Is no use to cry over "spilled tomorou3 growth cs BfV j carnage oi general cargo ai prevaiStaiidlhR Koom Only. and would have to milk." The only remedy Is to handle the scarcity A visitor may be surprised at the'ent record rat63 due upon, the pail more carefully the next time. ft .1 be operated li iz- - of the stalls provided aboard ot ocean tonnage, but I refused as I do It is not necessary to admonish those v if-r I not believe In ooera- - who committed the Free-Trad- e fhlu for the horses. At first sight ' blundQuickly to lions. I had fainting spells, bloated, er in November, 1912, to be more each rims hardly larce enoueh to lUteuniatbm Yield One dealer or acent in and could hardly stand the pain in my vf Sloan. ' vnnr rUr nnrl mmnil.. iiccoieodate a horse, particularly one left side. My husband insisted that 1 careful in November, 19 1C. They V "" "?" Vou caQ,t Prveit an attack of ull 17..: A. . r.i.-.- ? Kowboat and Canoe" of the substantial size of those gen- cuignaDI0 won't make any mistake next time. try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable erally esnorted from here. Occasion-- ! Kheumatlsm from coming on. but Compound, and I muiora, wrucn are advertised in all reputable " " I did. They have had their lesson and pre-S,-SuJop It almost immediately, ally, inimals are found to be too i.uiKouiu-- a oi mo world. This odvertisinc sumably It will last a few years at do a, housework anj taJe least until a new crop of foolish first i larxt to fit. Each stall is five feet sloan 8 UBina 8enly aPPa to ivoua uiousanus wno nave use for DOrtable nnrt n.ne inches long and two feet. slx',he sore 0,nt or musc'e Penetrates i0DgWaiks. I never foil to praise Lydia voters ana a uuncn or forgetful ones m...Kn. ..t a .... .1 l)fc .-, tnnlnre hit ,n a few m'nutes to the Inflamed e. Pinkham's VegeUble Compound for w. .ui wuuiu nave no on Incht wide. It Is plain that In quar- and others, who live hut never learn, account oflwlc of time and no summer home" "-J. II. Rescii, get to "reforming" things, particuWrite of such limited dimensions the spot that cause3 tUe Pa,n- - ll soothes my good health. tern , (NHucuiars as to now renrescnutiveaare 1900 West Broadway, Louisville, Ky. with and protected. Begin horses get no chance to kick up. Tho ,be hot- - ,ender' woen feeling, and larly the Tariff, through the Demo,n B ver' fchort tlme brinBS a re,,ef once ao a, to .bt.ln the full benefit Since we gantee that all testimo- htallB are small for two reasons: of the cratic party. The Democratic Coti-greare it v,nmv WBr Knar., nnrt mnrnnnnir 'that is almost unbelievable until you wawwnicnto v.e puousnthat genuine, uE. EVINRUDE MOTOP a v.. .W.. VaJust adjourned might have acsuppose if Lydia 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, nlarly, one is given to understand !P"ience it. Get a bottle of Sloan's gotsir WISCONSIN complished vastly more of good for - 23c- - ' M so that me occupants wM have to the country it against anyother woman who U sufferinc ink fallen far than of did and still have the Said a veterinary: "If a and. bae u bland. offsetting or reshort horee even Eot down while at Spa. Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints. Lum- - iik0 manner? pairing the damage it wrought thru goat for tho Tariff blunders r "" '" "M'euses; u.so a um to prove ' we'd never get it up." meaning that baso Sciatica and like aliments. ( If you are HI do not drag along unU! its efforts to demonstrate the nracti- - ' nartv In nnwnr. t., back lf uot satLsfled. an operation is necessary, but at onco cabil.ty success In Am- of Free-Trathat would be the end of the animal. 'iour mone' ,,c and the "in- - should have been combined uiuui re-- take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabla lquity" of a Protective Tariff. Even J ed under one head-- tho Tho Democracy An.! rtalnlv these stalls, htoullv u"1 ,l uuoa "urgent Compound. Tariff slogan, built, serve the purpose of keeping : the Tariff for revenue only, the in- -' ficlencv hlll"''a bill entitled to nS l8,,oul 1b0"l1 "M,'Uons for .h,"B. 'Jke th,8! on their feet, particularly and the "war tax" have vide revenue to tnake un the horses fa,Ied t0 Produce Bunlclent revenue the Underwood-Simmon- s during boisterous weather at sea, and ' .Mass. Your letter wll bo opened. .' .?" ,, Tariff for FOR FLETCHER'S " the" shou,d hustl also uvc them from lujurles which read anil answered liyu woman Ur Government needs, and the Euro- - revenue only law does not Dro,i..r Z! ncC088ar' nllllonfl.--Tlf- fln pean war has been made the scape- - and which Is necessary to meet and held In strict coufideucc. they znlght receive were they allowed q lJ Oov ARE MARTYRS I L0it Pr,w. ! i The Allen 34 Price, $895 Study these facts rn-Ri- " ?r ; ? . ,,, , i '"' ? T"ir " v. ., ""r PP-ra- wi left-hao- li X , H , tnnt-mini- on , ,f.'. ! i ftr . nh-ch J . y ' Kenton Motors Co. , "LS' J j Next Issue of j I J The Bell Directory , ' er ,.0,tc n,jin irn' ,.,, J I ... .w '.. .. I ex-'h- is cp J ; mm REFUSES j OPERATION J NEW INSURANCE AGENCY I j It ixt suf-feri- frtjESjf"" itmk y j j 'r E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hart"ford7Ky .jm WANTED. ,., ,, a,.,,, rlntnr-Vintil- , Mrs. - 1V4 v '. "' I ss ' -- ,,' P',YlPha,th9 E,T rrkr ,. 7W '" de " i.. 7Z! ti, "" "Z 2T.?m " Children Cry CASTORI A J Z '""" K I " Peruna Cured iff Me'FREAK CHANNEL IN GREAT RIVER In politics H won't be wc for him to nominate Wilson for tion. stay re-el- CiaiBHIBIlBEEHgEEIIIHMWUHHf Si am Plays With Sixteen Lost In Sinking of One Vessel. '- Land Titles Cur- Shifting Its - Prostrated of Wires and Blocked Blizzard. Traffic In The Wake . tf x Norfolk.n Vn April G. Slxtco men wero believed to have lost their lives In the foundering of the tug Edward Luckenbtich yostcr-tordu- y off Knlso Cape, Vn. Only two of tho crew of eighteen havo Veen accounted for. They nro Harry Olson, llrst oiricer, and Cicero Godwin, second oflicer. Klve bodies linvo wahlnul usliore. The Liickciibncli was towing three barges. They broke away and the tug founUcrcd while Bearchlng for tbem. She was said to hnve gono down In a few minutes, and there was no time to launch boats. One of tin1 barges, the Joscphus, strife!; hU miles from False Cupe. Her crew wus rescued by coast guards. The other two nre safo at anchor. Godwin, the second oWcer, was wash ed ashore and was found by coast Kuards. Ho was among tho bodies of five others who had been cast up by the sea, ami at first was thought to be dead. He Is expected to recover, its y Olson, tho first officer, was rescued unconslcous from the mast of tho sunken tug, to which he had lashed himself. Capt. William H. Olmstead. of Norfolk, was master of the Luckeu-bacand Is among the missing. The tug was one of the largest plying on the Atlantic coast. Godwin la said to have told coast guards that the Luckenbach lost her rudder and became unmanageable. The barges Henry Endlcott, Kami-cok- e, Georgia and Potomac, which broke away from the tug Resolute Friday night, were towed Into port y with all on board safe. The tugs Albatross, Resolute and Defiance nicked up tho barges fifty miles on the Virginia Capes. h, to-da- Lightship No. bG, stationed off fc Capo Charles, which was torn from her moorings nnd, carried far out to sea Friday, was found ten miles by the north of Virginia Beach y lighthouse Tho tender Orchid. lightship was not seriously damaged. The Diamond Shoals lightship drifted four miles off her station, but her anchors then held and sho rode out in the storm In safety. She Is reported to have rescued tho crew of the schooner M. E. Crcssy. The schooner Baker Palmer, reported ashore near Lynn Haven Day, She anproved to be safe chored close In shore to escape the gale. The old Dominion steamer Jefferson from New York, duo to arrive hern at 11 o'clock this morning, had Agents not arrived up to midnight. company said tho steamer of would arrive about daybreak tomorrow. Damage done by the storm at Virginia Heach. Ocean View and tho 1'uckroe Heach is estimated at $200,000. 4 Nothing So Good for a Cough or Cold. When you liavo n cold you want the best medlcluo obtainable bo as to get rid of it with the least possible delay. There nre many who Chamberlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed. Mrs. J. Boroff, Kllda, Ohio, says, "Kver since my daughter Ituth was cured of a severe cold and cough by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two years ago, I have felt kindly disposed toward the manufacturers of that preparation. I know of 'nothing so quick to relievo u cough or cure a cold." For sale by all w dealers. to-da- te con-Hld- er - Tlio New Cigarette Law. Be it enached by the General sembly of the Commonwealth As- of Kentucky: Sec, 1. That It shall be unlawful for any person firm or corporation to sell, offer or expose for sale, or Elve away, or cause to bo given away or furnished, to any person under nge of eighteen years, any cigarette papers, or any other paper prepared How's This? to be filled with smoking tobacco Ws offer One Hundred Dollars for cigaretto use. Reward for any case of Catarrh Sec. 2. That it shall bo unlawful that cannot be cured by Hall's for nny person, under tho ago of Catarrh Cure. eighteen years to smoke, or to have F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. F. J. We, have about his person or premises, any Cheneythe undersigned, years, knownbellevo and for the last IS all cigarette or cigarette papers, or any him perfectly honorable In able business to carry transaction and financially other form prepared to bo filled with Ott any obligations niude by his (Inn. NATIONAL UANK OF COMMKHCH. use. smoking tobacco for cigarette Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, Any person violating the provisions of this section shaull be punished KKSuSKlV.Wllf.maKln'KI; by a fine not exceeding fivo dollars, sent free. Price 76 cents per bottle. Bold Provided That tho Court of Justice J Tskt uuiis family rills for constipation, Fortcsqiie, Mo., Mnrch 27. Suppose that years ago when you were n young ; ;.'i, ou came to Missouri nnd boiiKfii u larni on tho banks of the Missouri Klvcr and spent tho next fifteen years in clearing the land and bringing it Into a high state of cultivation, and then mipposo that when you had just begun to deMR, RODERT FOWLER, rive some benefit from your years of Of Okarcho, Oklahoma. Mr. Robert Fowler, Okarche, n. toll tho river should suddenly reuch wrltis: any sufferer of catarrh of tho out and swallow about half of your "To rtornrtch. I am glad to tell my friends farm. or PUfTorers of catarrh that sovpnter-Then suppose that the river, after years ngo I was past work of any klnO, Cjc to stomach troubles. I tried keeping your farm for several years, nlrnost every known remedy without bhould grow seemingly repentant any results. Tlnally I tried Peruna, and am uud replace your farm, you would happy to nay I wai benefited by tho no doubt feel that all the land withlirt bottle, nnd nftor usltiff a full in tho bounds mentioned In your treatment 1 was entirely cured. "I nm now peventy years old. nnd deeds was your own as much as It nm In rood health, due to always having Peruna at my command. I ever was. would not think of going away from Hut that would all depend on the home for any length of time without precise manner In which the river laklnji a bottlo of Peruna along for emergency. replaced your land. That Is where "You nre at liberty to use my picture and testimony ir you think It will tho accreatlon law of Missouri comes help any ono who has stomach In, and it Is a fearful nnd mysterious trouble." thing. If the river In putting your land back, began piling It up against trying the case may remit the pen your bank, and continued doing so, alty for violation of this section, up- the lnnd to the water's edge would on the dibclobure by the person bo yours, even If it went beyond your charged with tho. offence of the iiiuno original boundaries Hut If tho river, of the person, firm or corporation, us It often docs, should first throw from whom lie obtained any such up a bar out In the channel and then Cigarette or cigarette paper. gradually fill up the space between Sec. C. That It shall be the duty that and your land until finally the of every constable, policeman, town current changed and left the island marshal, sheriff or his deputy when thus formed joined to your land, you he finds any person under tho age would have no claim to any land of eighteen years smoking a cigarette thus formed. It would belong to the or cigarette paper In his possession, county, and could be surveyed and to immediate inquiry of such person sold to the highest bidder, and the where and of whom lie abtained such money it brought would go to the cigarette or cigarette paper, nnd up- school fund. on failure of any pcrsaou to give Called Malicious Stream. such information when requested by The Missouri River is a malicious such officer, the officer shall arrest stream, and if it comes to judgement such person and take him before a will have n lots to answer for. InJustice or other officer having Jur- stead of pursuing its course in an isdiction, to be dealt with as provid- orderly manner and sticking to one ed in Section 2 of this Act. Upon in- established course it is forever changformation of such person if said oiri- ing, eating away the bank on one cer of the violation of any of the side and throwing up new banks on provisions of Sections One and Two the other side, cutting out old sandof this Chapter, he shall immediate- bars here and building new ones ly report such information to the there, so that the main channel is prosecuting attorney of the county, never tho same very long at a time. who shall have the person given such In Holt County, near Fortescuc, information, along with other wltnes-e- s, there has been a great deal of exhaving any kuowlcdgo of the citement lately, caused by the distransaction, summoned before the putes over the possesion of some of Grand Jury at its noxt session, for the land thus formed, commonly investigation. Any, oflicer, failing to known ns "bar land." Several men perforin the duties required of him had fenced land which was claimed "y tn's Bect'on shall be fined not under deed of John C. Hlnkle, a civil exceeding five dollars for each of- war veteran, who has lived on this fense. Justices of tho Peace nnd Po- very land for the last fifty years. lice Judges are hereby given con- - About fifteen years ago the river , f.i(-.,- ,t. i. uremi currum. juniureuuii wiui me rt i Mk 500 acres of Mr- - Hinklo's land and Criminal courts of this State mul nflerward put it back as a bar. or the offenses under this chapter. ,,. Hnkle clalnied tlle land on Ule Sec. 4. Every person, who shall Brm,nd that the bar had made to his moke or use a cigarette or cigarettes ,and( and the ot,,er man cIalmed ,t In any school building or any build- - 0I1 the that ,. had beell DUt Ing of such parts thereof as may bo liack as an ,gland( whlch fnallv Join. used for school purposes, or upon Mr . Ulnkle's land, and was. there- school grounds, while children arc fore, as much theirs as anyone else's. assembled thcro for lawful purposes, The court upheld the squattctrs shall be guilty of a misdeamor, and, claim that the laud did not belong upon conviction, shall bo punished to Hiuklo, nnd his decision was the for each offense by a fine of not less signal for squatters tp rush in and than one nor more than fivo dol- seize tho bar land all along the river lars. front. In tho last thirty days perSec. 5. Any person, firm or cor- haps a dozen men have settled on poration, violating any of tho pro- these bars. visions of this Act, where punishPossession Is Important. ment is not othcrwiso provided, shall Tho fact of possesion seems to be he liable to a fine not less than ten given given considerable weight in dollars, nor more than twenty-fiv- o this matter, and the land Is general dollars for tho first offenso, and for ly solzed in tho night. A squatter will each subsequent .offenso shall be lia - jplcl - out a peco of ,and tlmt most blc for a fine of not less than twen suits his fancy, get some help, slip ty five dollars, nor more than threo in at night, put a fence around It. Of hundred dollars, and on failure to course It Is not much of a house or pay the fine and cost of prosecution, much of a fence, but it is enough to shall be required to work the saino establish proof of possession. out on public roads. Sometimes two different men will Sec. C. Ill acts and parts of ncts,iavo deslBn9 on tho samo pleco of inconsistent with this act, are here- lands, or perhaps the man whoso by repealed. deed calls for this land will offer objections to its being solzed, and these Stomach Trouble Cured. conditions have given riso to several Mrs. II. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa., exciting encounters. Several houses writes, "For some time I suffered havo been torn down, many fences I would havo cut to pieces in at least ono instance from stomach trouble. land sour Btomuch and feel bloated after men have been escorted from the Winof their choice to the point of a eating. Nothing benefited mo until chester, with Instructions to "beat I got Chamberlain's Tablets. After it" and not to come back. While no taking two bottles of them I was blood has been shed so far, it is freecured." For sale by all dealers, m ly predicted that it is only a matter of time until somebody Is carried out Okla-Hom-I I -..,, m 4! tell 4W it." rent. We think somo Republicans arc devoting loo much attention to certain Progressives. The rank nnd file By of the Progressives who havo found n welcome plnce around the old hearthstone are not demanding nny special attention, nnd the few who would speculate upon past conditions do not deserve It. We have tho 1 B Vanderit Training-Sclioo- l for Boys m ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into the best typo of citizens nnd Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write Hi highest respect for and extend the warmest welcome to IBS tho former Progrcslvo who comes without apology for his former opinions, and sits down to share pot luck with his fellow members of a reunited party, but wo arc out of olive branches to offer that small crowd whose shibboleth is, wo will lead or destroy. i U m m :g IVIff m '0 THENEY & m Olllo James, Democratic leader iu the United States senate, is at home. Every loyal citizen in the State Is proud that n Kentuckian is For catalogue and information. BTTS g A I3ox TELSllESI&GEEEK!!.E3S!XaEKlIlIB the leader of even a Democratic senate, but we'll be blest If we can see where the honor comes In for tho tional Democracy. na- The Democrats have one really big, broad minded man nmong their candidates for governor. His fate is apparent. Really big men have no business in the Democratic party In Kentucky. Note what they did for Camden. The Hartford Herald joins the Ellauethtown News In calling upon the Democratic candidates to turn their attention to the absorbing ques-tlb- n of the Stnte's great and growing debt. Rut having created this big deficit what could they say about it? Among the many grave builders of the Wilson administration the war tax measure is so far perhaps the most serious, but the bond issue, now imminent and imperative, will prove the straw that broke the camel's back. The Republican party in Kentucky is just now suffering from having too many smart men. The need of the hour is for big leaders; men who are willing to sacrafice their perto the irresistable sonal opinions flood of events. In stringing our beads we have lost our favorite pearl, but we are not childish enough to throw away the rest of the string. ' aktjr&niMtis W .t)', !",(, shrrlpf't?' J- rm . "' L m time mm to fovndntion of the only complete collection in exlttence Pictures of all TiWdcat 9 of the United State?, from to Vi!on. Flics of all Nations In colors. 1 he veryil Utcit Kentucky Map6howinc Countlcf.towm.rallroajlf.Con-orwsion.dimicts. etc. Latest Kentwl-- Census. l'Ulland cororJctemapofthoUnitCflfautc. Fullnndcomplctcmapoltno Is tiven the political world. InthcMstorical Kentucky MssWl statistics from the f oua Iitba of the State to the present tirne. State Officials. Executive Department. All It lnduJess-A- Jl Departments 01 theSfUc tioTerninentiuiuici;rau.ii neniftmcnt and the eliriealforrewith their ealarics.. 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State. This condition Is a direct result of the infamous Underwood Tariff law, which makes It possible to import steel rails Into Chicago from foreign countries cheaper than they can be made in Gary . This crowd would have furnished a splendid audience for President Wilson or Secretary Bryan to have addressed, expounding the doctrine of tho "New Freedom." Montlcello Llpplncott's la enjoying a big reThousands of vival of popularity. new readers have been addtU to Ita the past subscription list during few months, and Its circulation is Increasing rapidly. HOW TO REDUCE OVER 03 Y CARS' EXPERIENCE THE for COST OF GOOD READING Send To-da- "feet first." Farm For Sale. Eighty acres of good land containHeads Oddly Strung. ing dwelling, barn and other outDy J. II, Thomas in Kentucky Sun. Secretary of the Navy Daniels buildings, situated on Hartford and says he has known for some tlmo. that Hockport road. Well and spring on tho Lord placed Wilson in the pres- - furra. 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A MUNNct'Co.3C4CfMda-HewtYork Yf atlilwtuu, abUk Uttba, Ok V opply To Prevent lllood Poisoning at once the voudrrfulold reliable dtenici: Ihit rtlicws lime. Kot a DR. iu tt, nnd brtU at S2c.30c.il.oa Hertford Republican. Knld rtforJ, In, .wordlm to law nt Kj., n ranll matter of members of the Ohio County Fiscal Court. Wc hope no Republican or Progressive will help the Kentucky Democrats "rock the boat," on the Stnto Four years ago the Wide question. Republicans sacraflced their opportunity to acrry the State In order to compcll a county unit law. Now, let the Democrats wrestle with Statewide. Wo want to correct the outrageous Inequalities of the State legislative and Congressional opportin-mon- t; repeal the odious registration certificate law for first, second, third and fourtli class cities; abolish many needless offices and commissions; enact a fair revenue law which will Invito enterprise and cnpltnl to the State, Instead of driving both away; drivo from Frankfort the disgraceful legislative lobby; arrange to get the Stnte out of debt and reduce the tax rate In our life time. These are some of the things which tho pcoplo have their eyes 'sot" upon and all the harping which can bo done, by men seeking selfish promotion on a fancied demand for some new move against the liquor men, cannot seriously disturb them. LAMBASTING JESS WILLARD Mnco exhibited ttInVotum Mfond DEFEATS JOHNSON White Man Acclaimed World C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor Addrcsa all communications fno Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS AdiJtwM iiniKt Rife the olil iulili to Champion Negro at Havana. of Had Best Fight For Knocked ntnerllT iltlrluK tli iht -- nt to nti In innklhg lua - Twenty Rounds Out In Twenty-Sixth. rinet. I.im1 nnI Notlf r 10o Vf r let- nml 6c Boln f pr ll.lir nfb mlilltlnniil liifefltnn. Think f Ciitil o! ftrllD. nnwy In ndvniis tor ObltuHricK. HniolatlonH anil itrvlc' tree, bat otlor Ch.rrli Notion hnrch in!vrtlm,nti', fa pr line. coiniuunli'iitlonn will rewlve no i.uonyK.on tUutloD Havana, April 5. Jack Johnson, nn exile from his own country, today lost his claim to fistic fame as the heavyweight champion of the world, the tltlo being wrestled from him by Jess Wlllard, the Kansas cowboy, tho biggest man who ever entered tho prize ring, and a "white hope" who nt Inst has made good. Day after tomorrow Johnson nml bis wife, and a little group of friends will sail for Martinique, and there await passage back to France where Johnson proposes to settle down and lead the life of n farmer, raising pigs and chickens. There Is little doubt that ho Is through witli the ring. Wlllard, who Is being acclaimed tonight as the new champion, Is going back to the United States to win a fortune which was denied him today, when Johnson got $30,000 Wlllard before the fight started, taking only a small share of the net receipts. Just what was his share in unknown. Today's fight probably has no parallel in the history of ring battles. For twenty rounds Johnson punched and pounded Wlllard at will, but his blows grew perceptibly weaker as the fight progressed, until at last he seemed unable and unwilling to go on. Johnson stopped leading and for X'3SS.3X'3C"JSC. Cvu3Ceilo.x2. ....... - -1- -3 3Toxi5ra' CO KIUDAY, Al'UHi . Keeping a grind-ston- e man's nose to the doesn't sharpen his wits. A modern victory costs more lives and fortune than an old time de- feat. When fame comes to the average roosts on his man it generally tombstone. The Wilson administration has learned not to expect a salute to the flag by those who haven't the powder. The State of Michigan also gave some evidence of how bad the people want the Republicans to hold an election. Women In politics are no better than men. Look at the riot they meeting conducted at a in Chicago. pre-electi- Somebody must have been making ming a great deal of money by selling drugs before tho new habit-for- exal Jaw went Into effect. for a long time, now that Wlllard has announced that he will never fight another black man. domination Looks like we are safe from negro The Louisville Evening Post says prosperity Is so great in this country that It has slopped over into South it." America. Well, we knew it had gotten away somewhere. ITS OWN JACK ASS. The Louisville Times is severe In telling the truth on Its own party these days. The present leaders who are not coming across with that platform convention are castigated in a severe manner, both by word and apt cartoons In almost every issue of that influential paper. In a recent issue, after quoting from some source the action of eight Governors in It recommending the short ballot, comments as follows: "That Is one way, of looking at It, but not the way the Democrats of Kentucky size up a political situation. The short ballot Is a question that has to do with efficiency in government. Such questions as roads, schools, taxation, convict labor and the State's indebtedness come under the same head. But the Democrats in Kentucky have no time to waste on such unessentials. With them government means the spoils of office. Hence the first and last consideration Is whether the voters can be tricked into voting for their candidates "sight unseen," so far as the matter of government and the little detail of party principles aro concerned. At least that appears to bo the view of fhe Democratic party in Kentucky if the attitude of its leaders may be accepted as interpreting Deciples Convention. The Disciples of Christ are holding ISth. DIst. Convention with the Hartford Church yesterday and to day, closing at 4:30 today.ln which the AVomans Home and Foreign Mission Work under the Christian Woman's Board of Missions, the Bible School, the Benevolent work under Widows and Orphans Home Louisville will be represented on the program. Yesterday afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock, the Woman's work was considered. This organization is 40 years old and does work in eight foreign countries and in all but four States in our own land. It supports among other Educational Institutions two Mountain Schools at Hazel Green and Morehead in our own State, at an expense approximately $20,000 a year. Its Headquarters are at Indlanupolls lad. Tho State Board Is located mainly at Lexington. State President, Mrs Jno Gay of Lexington, Slate Secretary, Mis Louise Lotls Campbell who presides vestcrday Tho three local arganlzatlout; of this District are at Owensboro one in tho church for which Mr. M. G. Buckncr mii)lstcr3, and It Is from t!uso largely that hava been dr.iv.-from for speakers today. This organization does about as much work, expending Homo us Foreign about $4 20,000 per year In its various stations. It has a membership of 87,000 in tho various local Societies in America. Last evening tho State Mission Program began at 7:30. Mr. M. G. Buskncr presiding. The evening's program was divided between tho Stato Secretary, II. W. Ellloto, of Sulphur, and W. B. Frazee, of Louisiana, tho Stato Secretary of Bible School work. three or four rounds the battle tween the huge men was little more than a series of plastic poses. So it was until the twenty-fiftround, when Wllard got one of his widely swinging right smashes to Johnson's heart. This was the beginning of the round. When the round closed Johnson sent his wlfe'word he was all In and to start for home. She was on the way out, passing the ring in the twenty-sixtwhen a stinging loft to the body and a cyclonic right to the beh h Johnson's receipt for $29,000, tho balance due him on tho purse, nnd the meaning of these papers was explained to the crowd In Spanish nnd English. Tho attendance was estimated nt over 1G.000. Only a few of tho $20 At 1 o'clock seats wcro vacant. Hie sun began to bent down hotly and all dnngcr of rain seemed past. At 1:40 o'clock, New York time, beJohnson made his appearance, ing applauded by the enthusiastic crowd. One minute later ho crawled through the ropes clad in a gray bath robe and wearing his usual "golden smile." Tho negro's first move wns to ascertain where his wife wns located. Wlllard entered the ring nt 1:20 o'clock p. m. Four minutes later prolonged yelling nnd cheering announced the npenrancc of Wlllard. Tho crowd went wild over the young fight giant, screaming and haudctapplng as he crawled through the ropes. Wllard wore a heavy red sweater, bluo trousers and black sombrero.' In the chnlengcr's corner were tho following seconds: Tom Jones, Wllard's manager; Tex O'Rourke, Jim Savage and Walter Monahan. Johnson wns seconded by Colin Bell, Tom Flanagan, Georgo Mun-rSam McVey, Dave Mills and Boh Armstrong. The two pugs shook hands for the "movies." Tho ring was gradually cleared of all except Referee Jack Welch, seconds nnd principals. Johnson objected to a woman spectator In tho press rngsldc stand, and she retired to nn adjacent box. The negro, stripping his bath robe, showed a pair of bright blue trunks nnd no belt. Wlllard wore dark blue trunks and an American flag as a belt. At 1:2S the ring was ordered cleared. The pugs then siiook hands. Time was called at 1 :.3 o'clock New York time. Both pugs weighed In on the scales in the ring. Willard's weight was 23S, Johnson's 225. The negro appeared considerably heavier. Notice. ! l 5 I e-- tv l I. JAjz WlSpa w rb $rj I f 1 "II h-- I L " v sI Wl J7 ks A v BqSIBl &k cXM WmJu t ML Vrr MlV III A $BcL K- - JWLILJIm vim rfHI $Al) $ o, 1 H Copyright Hart Scliaff ncr & Marx V I Now Is The Time For You to Consider a For sale, one road wagon. sell cheap. See BARNES Beaver Dam, Ky. & Will RODG-ER- S, 37t2 John I Foster Dead. Mr. John P. Foster died at his residence about flvo miles west of the Hartford and road at 6 o'clock last Saturday evening, after four days illness of pneumonia. After funeral services conducted by his pastor. Rev. B. W. Napier, assisted by Rev. It. D, Bennett at the M. E. Church. Nocreek, at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, his remains wore Interred In what Is known as the Old Mill burying grounds. Tho deceased, who was born October 10, 1852, bad been a member of the M. E. Church, South, since early manhood and was one of Ohio county's best known farmers and blooded stockralsers. During Ills young manhood he taught many successful schools at and other points. Ho wns tho boyhood teacher of theodltor of this paper and has always been his warm personal friend and we feel a distinct personal loss over his death Mr. Foster wns popular with his neighbors and a great throng attended the funeral and burial services. Ho will bo greatly missed from among the walks of men. Pence to his ashes. A widow and five sons and two daughters survive. The eldest son, Mr. Ellis Foster, is a resident of Hartford. They have tho sympathy of a wide circle of friends. New Spring Outfit! new Suit is the first consideration. Our Clothing Depart ment is fully prepared to meet vour reouirements. If vou want a TenDollar Suit we can fill the bill. If your judgment and purse A - Hartford on Llv-ermo- re ty In Chicago is only a small Indication of what the voters may be expected to do when they get a straight chance to endorse the Wilson administration. There Is one thing which the Federal reserve banking law has accomplished. It has made the Interest rate in New York 2 per cent while down here you cannot borrow Now at 20 per cent. Great law. when your banker shakes his head, thank God some more for Wilson and Bryan. Wo are publishing this week tho new cigarette law approved March 17, 1914. Under Its provisions it is unlawful for anyone to use or smoke a cigarette on school grounds, or In school buildings, while children aro assembled thereon. It is also nuulo the duty of Sheriff's and their deputies as well as all constables and town Marshalls who find anyone under 18 years of ago smoking cigarettes, or with cignrettes or cigarette paper In posesslon to tako 'immediate steps to ascertain from whom obtained, even to tho extent of arresting such person. A fine not exceeding five dollars for each failure to act In such case .. prescribed against officers. This law should bo enforced and no doubt our officers will be glad to help stop this growing ovll among the boys of our country. Last week we published tho report of a couunitte apoplutcd by the Ohio County Fiscal Court to audit the finuncles of the County for tho year 1914. The Committee was composed of W. C. Ulankenship, C. O. Hunter and Judge John 11. Wilson. Tho report shows that they mado a very painstaking and exhaustive research Into tin- - claims allowed and present Indebtedness. They deservo special praise for their intelligent faithful work In thus sotting before tho tax payers of Ohio County its exact financial condition and how their money has been expended. It Is too ofton the case that thoughtless and unlmformed persons criticise those In ciiargo of tho financial affairs of the County whon it is not deserved. The Fiscal Court ha3 dono tho bost It could to curtail expenses, which are ever on the Increase In a large County liko ours. Study this report and you will obtain some idea of the magnitude of the Job imposed upon the prueent .Jliat 140,000 Republican plurali- e To the Public. Having bought out Black & Blrk- head's Livery, Transfer and Freight business, I kindly solicit your patronage. Prompt attention given to nil orders. When you come to Hartford bo sure to stop at my stablo'for feed S. E. BENNETT, or hitch. 3714 Hartford, Ky. Notice. Tho A. S. of E. Poultry Salo Committee will meet at Beaver Dam Saturday, "April 10th, to recolvo sealed bids for two or more cars of poultry, between tho hours of 10 a. in. S. L. STEVENS, and 2. p, m. O. R. TINSLEY, ,. II. M. Plrtle, Committee. jaw caused Johnson to crumple on the floor of the ring where ho lay partly outside the ropes until the refereo counted ten and held up Willard's hand in token of his newly won laurels. round resulting Tho twdnty-sixt- h In Johnson's knockout after a minute and twenty six seconds fighting was as follows. Johnson rose slowly from his chnlr more than met him Wlllard the way across the ring, and stabbed a long left into the face, sending his head bobbing back. Before tho Champion could recover his position Wlllard on swung a smashing right full Johnson's stomach. The blow flung They Johnson against the ropes. clinched on his rebound. The cowboy "tried to tear loose; but the black man held grimly with his eyes closed nnd legs shaking. Just before the referee broke them, over Willard's looked Johnson shoulder at tho box where his wife had been, his eyes showing a dazed, tired and puzzled expression. After tho break Jess rushed, forcing tho negro into Willard's corner, where tho finish came. Johnson was slow In guarding and his oppn nent hooked, swinging his left to champion's tho body. The fading legs quivered, and again tho towering giant feinted for tho body. and dropped his, guard Johnson Wlllard won tho tltlo with a quick, hard swing to the exact point of the Jaw. The nogroe's rnces folded up under him and ho tank slowly to the flcor and rolleJ over on his baf.it, partly under tlu ropes. Welch waved Wlllard back and tolled off the fateful seconds, Johnson necr negro was still moving. The stretched on the floor as tho referee raised the winner's hnnd. heavyweights No fight between that has gone to a finish was cleaner or less brutal. Johnson's left eyo was partly closed, but not sufficiently to interfere with his fighting. Ills Up was also cut Inside. "Wnllard has already announced ho1 will not fight another negro. Ho probably will tako his own tlmo In accepting challenge's. Thero was virtually no big betting hero on tho fight. Tho odds' for Binall wagers today ranged eight to flvo to six to five on tho negro. Johnson arrived at the track at 12:2C, but did not appear 'until later. Ills wife came to the rlug-bld- e uccompalned by' Tom Flanagan, who acted twelve Junior Jim At half-patwo-thir' st NC Suit, we suggest a can certainly satisfy you. Fifteen-Dolla- r t 1 4- - No-cre- If it's a HARTSCHAFFNER MARX Suit $18, $20, $22.50 4 or $25 you demand, we can deliver the goods. This store is the logical place to buy your complete outfit. No Y t NEW JEWELRY STORE Prices to suit the times. All kinds of repair work-giveprompt and careful attention. In .Ament's old stand, across street from Humes Bros. Give men call. ALT, WORK n j KITnVJlTT? A T CtlTTlTC 311IA13, 11 bis A WEAH, WPAP aim a iicyyr HAT ti una nnA urki, doubt you need SHOES, tTTiTlXT! IIT them. UillEA !,., itc nave May we have you in for a look? . E. P. BARHES & BR0. BEAVER DAM, KY. & M m 1 r- -f na M R n n in IN n. a H IN THE. reunt m. a s-- m. . ml j s g GUARANTEED.' 5 S JJ SUNDAY SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY g g 8 5 8. APRIL 25, 1915 KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. R. W. KING, g Expert Jeweler and Optician, K Beaver Dam, Ky. g TUere is a Sunday School near you. It Is the best place in Nt the world to spend an hour. But don't take our word for It. Try It for yourself. lailEllHIllBIIEaillllBIHIIHIsflS L Korrecf Shape S J-ROE- i -- FORfl H-- MEN -- " 7Q, v -- lA -. 1 - , N I .liiii P. ' ; h rnr A I i tt0mEmi$mS(2k riui VIEW THE IN COMFORT - fffiiaB5! 4 EXPOSITION l Fv-df-fc- The approach of the summer vacation and traveling seasons ' bring to mind the desire for comfort and freedom from footwear annoyance. Whether or not you are going to the X W - Exposition, you "Korrect Shape" shoes. should wear The FAIR & CO., Dealers. Fair Ai-i',4S!ftS5fti!fi4fti!- ' i TRANSFER!? L 5 1 ? QUICK Meet all Trains Three Good Automobiles at Beaver Dam and l i i l Have added a large new car and we are now better equipped' to handle our patronage than ever before. Will rent cars on Sundays and other days at reasonable prices. Speed regulated to satisfy customers. Nome the place and the pace and wo will do the rest. 4V l o h i i l i h c i h b IN CONNECTION WITH OUR LIVERY BUSINESS to i f b Cooper " & Company Ky. l Hartford, t .h r . SW5WWWW5?WWWW'W5WW Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, APRIL 0. 1,., II. Jc ST. L. II. II. TISIB TAllLK. No. 11G due at Ellmltch 9: 20 a. m. No. 114 due at Ellmltch C: 1C p. in. 3; 40 p. m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch Ar TrvlllL'tmi . . 3; 40 p.m. East Hartford, Mr. E. Morris, was In to see us Monday-- . Mrs. E. E. Blrkhcad was in first of the week. Diub 11)15 Wall Co. Liv-ermo- re Paper at Ohio County .. No. ll Lv. Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv. Ar. Irvlngton Louisville LoulBVlllo Irvlngton Irvlngton Ellmltch 5: 4C p.m. . 7: 40 p.m. . Si 35 a. ni. .10: OC a. in. .10: 40 a. m. . . l 04, a. ni. 1,Mn TA,l,K- i:. ". Bound, No. 115 Bouth 8:45 a. in. Duo at Hartford Bound, No. Ill North G:15 p. m. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) m., ii. Wlro cloth nt S.JL. KU'g'8' Judce It. .It. Wedding was Every ween unngs now Millinery to Fair's. tuls Sunday Itememler April-25rally 'doy. Schood Garden "andFarni Tools can ho found at Her & Black's. Harden "andFarnT Tools cau bo found at Her & Black's. Mr. Edgar Duncan, Itockport, was u welcome ca)Ier, Wednesday. Wear one" of FalrVTiow Spring Hats and you will wear a smile. Seed Sweet Potatoes. ILEIt & BLACK. Fair's now Slilrfs at $1.00 are equal to the $1.50 grado you buy. Suits. A.B. KlrschlKiumrall-Voo- l HUH CLOTHING CO. HUH CLOTHING CO. Suits, . Mr, Buok Duiinls, Prpntl&s, wns To get one of Fair's Spr.Iug nmoiitr our nmiiv aDnreclatod cullurs means that you get style and 1 Monday. ' LoulBVlllo. Tuesday. 1 - ' In Swann flats". " Salesman Wanted to look after our by the box hurry! interest In Ohio and adjacent counILER & IJLACK. Adties. Salary or Commission. Heaver flam Flour. dress Tho Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, It. L. DBVER &, CO. Ohio. See ALWAYS LEAVES Mr. Fred Cooper," the local liveryHUI) CLOTHING CO. man, was In Louisville first of tho Looso week, where ho purchased a new car .... m IH ILEIt & BLACK. srs, for his large and growing auto MEHi ' Seed Sweet Potatoes. trade. uy It. L. DEVER &. CO. If you nrog6Tiig-tV"ba Watch, Crossetfhocs and Slippers. see us first. Will compare prices HUM CLOTHING CO. with any one and savo you money. Jumbo nml Sweet Pickles. With 10 years experience, know ILEIt & HLACK. what to offer you. J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler. For Sale A goodwork mule. U. S. CARSON, Grocer. 37tf For SnleWhltoWyandott Eggs and day old chicks. Eggs per 15, Manhattan" Shirts. $1.00. Day old chicks, $1.50 per HUU CLOTHING CO. " Muhleiihurg doss. Pure stock from trap nested Mr. J. "P. "Rogers, II. E. MISCHKE, County, was In Hartford Monday. layers. Hartford, Ky. 37t4 Mr. E. criJafrd," Hnrtford No. 7, Mr. John DeTi7fHartford, has called to see us whllo here Wednes purchased from the heirs of the late day. John P. Foster, the fine farm on No- Mr. Guy" Statfer and family, Mc- creek, at the price of $8,000. The Henry visited friends In Hartford farm Is one of tho best In Ohio Sunday. County and In splendid condition. Mr. W. H. Cundlff, Hartford No. Wanted For Ohio county a salesC, called to see us while man with some knowledge of auto- H Monday. mobile supplies, to earn from $4.00 Mrs. Wallace Itlley entertained a day up selling purchasing contracts. the Ladles Social Club Wednesday References required. Write Kenafternoon. WE NEVER ALLOW A To LEAVE tucky Auto Supplies Company, 508 Wires Cloth.any width from 24 to S. Third Street, Louisville, Ky. OUR STORE UNLEJ.S ARE SATISFIED 40 Inches, black and galvanized, at Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stevens have as S. L. King's. their guest their nlcco, Miss Hazel WITH THE CLOTHE.S.HE BUY-S- . A. Foglo Is Attorney McDowell Hocker, who arrived yesterday from visiting his sister, Mrs. T. I). Petrle Beaver Dam Ky. Miss Hocker exWHEN YOU DEAL WITH MS oNCE,WE WANT at lirazil, Ind. pects to remain for several weeks Hon. WT S. Dean," Dundee, can- and whllo here be the InspiraYOU TO COME AGAIN. WE 'KNOW HOW To was In tion of a number of delightful afdidate for Representative, town Tuesday. WE, GIVE" YOU fairs. Elpaso Times. MAKE.YOU GLAD To Do See Mrs. Lynch at Pairs' for your A Well known young married GOOD ALL-WO- OL CLOTH, STRONGLY AND headwear. She can please you In man of Hartford went home rather style and quality. late Wednesday night. This was the STYLISHLY MADE UP INTO A SUIT OR OVWall Paperi Paints Varnishes first offense and his wife asked an and all kinds of Stains, at Ohio explanation. He Informed her he had ERCOAT THAT FIT.5 YOU A.S SNUGLY AS County Drug Co. been attending a meeting of the "LitTHE BARK ON A TREE. she Look where you please for a tle Yellow Dogs." whereupon spring Suit, then come to Fair's. quickly retorted, "all little yellow A'STLbW ALWAY-AND THE PRICE? IT'-k, dogs should be at home before That will settle It. after night. Make your rooms look beautiful ' AS WE CAN MAKE IT. by Betting jour Paints, Varnishes, At the regular church meeting etc., at Ohio County Drug Co. Wednesday evening, Dr. Pettle ten ,Messrs I. P Barnard- Louisville, dered his resignation as Pastor of and M. M. Bardwell, Taylor Mines, Hartford Baptist Church to take efwere here on business this week. fect at once. He has had several attractive calls at other points but has Seed Large lino loose Garden Deans, Peas, Corn, Beets and all not yet determined where he will reILEIt' & BLACK. side. Dr. Pettle Is one of the ablest n. A other kinds. INCORPORATED. preachers Hartford has ever had and we have the best- Coffee and Tea, our people, irrespective of church af Chase & Sanborn. filiation will regret to see him go. 5 & BLACK. ILEIl In this Issue wo announce Mr. An- Jus t received a large shipment a ,i t. w drow Thorpe, of McHenry a candidate Screen Wire, all sizes. for tho Republican nomination for ILEIt & BLACK. Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County anything you want In at the General Primary election Sat We have the canned goods line. urday August 7, 1915. Mr. Thorpe ILEIt & BLACK. ' is a lifelong Republican and has New Lettuce, Itadlshcs, Cabbage served his party many years as pre- clnce chairman, without asking any and many other things. preferment. He has been promnient- ILEIt & BLACK. ly Identified with tho coal industry Grape Fruit, Oranges, Bananas, of Ohio County for 24 years, having Lemons, Apples. opened the Williams Mines and has ILEIt & BLACK. been Mine Foreman for 18 years. He Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eck Hud- is a man of fine ability, thoroughly son, city, last Sunday, a qualified and will enter the contest girl. with many warm friends. If nominacarry his party hanner Mr. Carl M. Taylor, Prentiss, can- ted he will to victory in November. didate for Republican nomination lor Circuit Court Clerk, was hero For Sale. fe-- ar Tuesday. Ono carload of Lime prosDr. W. L. LawlessTNarrows. barrel, net weight, at $1.10 per barfor Republican rel. pective candidate W. E. ELLIS & BRO., nomination for State Senator, was in 39t4. The Produce Merchants. town Tuesday. Hjigs For Hatching. McHenry, Mr. Andrew Thorpe, Will carry two pons barred Plycandidate for tho Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk, was mouth RockB this year. hero Monday. First pen headed by First Pen Poultry Cypher's from Cockrel Hon. Albert Le.icli,""candldato for tho Republican nomination for State Farm, New York. Second pen headGoshSenator, was hero Monday mingling ed by First Pen Cockrel from en Poultry Farms. Flrbt pen eggs, with liis friends. eggs. Second pen, 75 of tho firm of $1.00 per 15 Mr. Ed" Barnes, accompalned cents per 15 eggs. Barnes Automobile Co., Also will bo able to furnish day-ol- d by Mr. W. R. Cook were here first chicks at 15c apiece. of the week on business. ' J. C. ILER, Sco Cooper & Co's ad In' tills issuo. 37tf Hartford, Ky. They nro prepared to fill your or . time was discussed from every anders in auto hire on short notice and Car load of Machinery for Sule. 39tf to any part of the country. recqntly received a car- gle and It Is assured that Hartford We havo Mrs. NedTurloy,who has been load of tho celebrated Webber Farm will have a ball team this summer. adguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wagons, Deerlng Grain Binders, Most all present subscribed for vance tickets In order that the club Andrew Williams, returned to her Mowing Machines, Rakes, Osborne Disc Harrows, Hoosler Corn Drills. have ready money. Such tickets can homo in Beaver Dam Saturduy. y &c. Likewise bo had by appliylng to manager Tin-sleGroceries call on Harrows, Cultivators, For anything iu or any of the other directors, of Farming ImpleIt. L. Dover & Co. Also handle White all other kinds as and all are urged to assist tho club Seed and Feed Oats. Seed or Eating ments, including Vulcan Plows, repairs for all of this ma- by purchasing same at an early date. Potatoes, and all kinds of Garden well as npt a penny profit to any 37t3 chinery. Wo also havo tho Henney There is Seed. of the club and tho o of tho officers Runabout, manufactured by the Mr. Ray Bennett, who has been In support of local fans Bhould bo. forthPlow Co., St. LouIb Mo. Illinois for sevoral months, has reHaving purchased this machinery coming. turned homo. Ho will assist his fath- In carload lots, wo are prepared' to er, Mr. S. E. Bennett, In the livery Kpeclnls. glvo very close prices to thoso needbusiness. Ill order, to reduce our stock of ing anything in this lino. Our aim That is what the U. S. agriculturJust received two carloads of Is quick sales and small profits. So i, ron nml olilnstiiffniirn wheat nro- Jones Brand of Fertilizer. Havo It will pay you to see us before pur- duct Jve "will hoU af 31 per ton; al stations havo done with bran. Tho any analysis you may call for. Will chasing elsewhere. Wo can save JIG per halt tont tgu nounus aim results of tho various practical demThese onstrations have gone to prove tho per hund,ri,'d. sell on samo terms we lmvo always you money. less, il.CC great value of bran, especially when patronago solicited. sold on. Your Ijrlces arQ for cash oijly. W. B. ELLIS & BRO., fed W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Ky. Hartford, 39t4 IN CONNECTION WITH C'OItN Produce Men. Tho 35t4 T.lo Produce Merchants. 39t4 barley or oats. If you aro short on ; MliitirriiN from J7d. RubsoII's Baseball Organized. lllack A. S. of K. Notice. We cau Teed you should try bran. Eggs, from pen 1, At tho meeting held in the court best raatlngs. All members of tho A. S. of E. in supply your wants and. quota you per 1C. Pen 2, $1.00. Whlto house Saturday night, E. M. Wood$1.25 wanting bin- special prices. Wyandottes from L, E. Whitsltt's ward,. O. O. Hunter and J. 0. Her goodstanding who are requested to sen I In Mrs. Tom Hayden'a best blofHjv wero olected on tho board of control der twlno aro and O. Sec Henry M. Eggs $1.00 per 15. Castrating ami pud W. S. Tinsloy manager. A very your orders to tho Tiomo very Veternary Surgery carefully jood. crowd of supporters were on Rirtfe,' at onco, wo have other The Produce Merchants Uiid. much Interest showed In attractive prices to offer. L. T. BARNARD, performed. hand ' HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, HENRY M. PIRTLE Sec. tho proceedings. Tho national past 3Ctf R. F, D. 4, Hartford, Ky. Crackers 7c-l- b. A CUSTOMER SATISFIED OUR STORE Mlncc-McatS0aO- orvB . y wn "WE" Jo. 9o'-cloc- GARSON &M -- Hartford, Keutuck)ri!&;. ! Goi Suits aiiifSKfts I We have a few Coat Suits t 150-pou- and Skirts left and will sell at a reduction. Come in and look at the big gains. Sizes in Suits, 34, 36, 38. Sizes in Skirts, 24 to 34. o dothmg Hub Hartford, Ky. Co, Tested Its Value w.& Ml1 Mo-lin- ( W. E. ELLIS 4 BRO. , itJJ-..W-- , factories, what has done It? Don't WOMEN HOOT DOWN you think we have made the mistake nt rntllni' Hip tirlen Inn low for tllO POLITICAL LEADERS Doesn't the rflMMflM SFNSF all concerned? JLIOCIbon(llton of tJie country provc lt7 . 'Suppose wc could haVe a National 'election two months from now To Disregard Foreign Labels ana.would thore be nny aonhl ahout tlc Chicago Suffragists Break Up result? And we can all guess why, Meeting Opposed To Buy Only Goods That are tool We have hecn honest and In Thompson. dustrlous all right, but have Just "Made In U. S. A." I, l.nn nlofnliin tlllt'o nil w liliaiuni-uiiv u ..... DllP fl o (UVCil were placed too low. It remains Chicago, April 2. Scenes of dis"c seen whether the country will In a city where good fiotelt Last week, during the Spring BUfl.centIy dMrnB th, year order marked the meeting o.' tho bound, the Powhatan heads the Show a lady was being shown new nn(, ncxt ,0 enabi0 us to keCp from ' lilt.. "" "Can't stand for Thompson Culh" It It firt"In the bearu of its goods in one of our stores. Being being "wiped off tho face of the countrymen. so to speak, In a National here this afternoon. Women1 active particularly Interested In RllkK, In the mayorallty campaign led tho 'campaign that will take place In the cral pieces were shown, when sud- going to do demonstrations. The police were calldenly her cys feasted on a bolt that ta of 101C. If wc arc seemed on :?2 anyming, wu uuu owici uji ed nnd several men who encounters, in beauty nnd texture appealed to Muncle (Ind.) National Republican. the verge of personal her critical taste. On Inquiry, howwere ejected. Not one of tho speakever, the slesmnn seemed reluctant ers was able to speak more than n larth For Sale. to talk about it and endqavored to few words because of tho disorder. divert her attention. But she had ISO Acres on Hartford and Rockpor Tde Towlialan i refined, ex Prohibitionists, Socialists, HopuT-licaelusive, and restful. Its excela glimpse of an attractive and Democrats, alike were lent location on Pennsylvania road, 1 2 miles from Broadway and piece of goods nnd persisted in knowAvenue, 18th and II Streets, booted. Well known women stood on makes it a desirable headquaring more about It. "Where does it 2 miles from Rockport. Schoolhouso ters (or bridal couple, tourist the sents and urged their partisans nsked. "I suppose on ddse of farm oid church near. parties, conventions. Schools and come from?" she to further demonstrations. colleges. , it is imported." Finally the salesman, Three roads jass dwelling house The rovyhatan attracts the wns tho political The meeting was bound to know which of culture and education. seeing that she Teople is on Hartford "R. P. D. No. ovent of the dny and thousands were to State, War ami all about it, confessed that it was not Navy Departments, also to man? J. Most of land perfectly level. Any turned from the downtown theater joints of historical interest, imported, but added that If the truth makes this hotel especially atwhere the nttempt to hold it was were known he could not sell a yard on; desiring to purchase farm will do tractive to a discriminating pubmade. The scene wns viewed from lic. of it. "In short," he finally said, "it ivofll to investigate. Prico reasona- tho stage by Robert Sweitzcr, DemoThe Powhatan offers rooms Is made here In Erie.' with detached bath at $1.50, Apply for further information cratic candidate for mayor; John II. ble. $2.00 and up. Rooms with priwas In the Judgement of the It vate bath. Si. SO. 33.00 and up. to BARXBTT & SON, AgcnU. Hill, the Prohibition candidate and lady the most beautiful piece of silk Write (or booklet with mjp Seymour Stcdman, Socialist, candi better and Ehe had seen. It wns CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. date, and their wives. William Hale .Manager. Tariff Change is Coming. cheaer in price than any similar P) Thompson, yachtsman nnd former grade from abroad, but to make it Nothing is surer than that we are cowboy, was addressing a meeting salable it must bear a foreign label, aproacing a sane revision of the TarIMmiiithimil)m,7i"TrTm at the stockyards from Horseback In or the salesman by lying or inference iff. It must come. We cannot atbehalf of himself as the Republican must make it appear so. And yet we tain that degree of prosperity that candidate. are asking our people to trade in deserted us with the rise of the WilWomen partisans led Erie, to buy goods made in U. S. A., son regime until the customs duties son contingent. Among the Thomp them were Tho most economical, cleansing and and an incident of this kind nccldent-l- y are revised, equitably, systematicalgermicidal of all antiseptics is Mrs. Dora Enrlc, Mrs. J. P. Presnell, exposees the whole business. ly, capably, so as to invite public Mrs. Richard T. Folsom, Margaret There Is something more than sen- confidence and stiffen the backbone Doboyne and many others. They are timent in this Incident, for It is not of business and Industry. alleged to have "packed" the meetonly too true, but It is multiplied The people of this community ing word came that such an attempt thousands of times daily In this conn which is more prosperous today than would be made and the Sweitzer A soluble Antiseptic Powder to try. It Is true as regards not only almost any other In the country, as forces responded, men and women be dissolved in water as needed. dress goods and underwear, but bon- shown by the oflcial reports, can alike. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches nets and coats. It is true as regards scarcely appreciate the strength of Stedmnn could not make himself in treating catarrh, inflammation or some of the things we cat, drink public sentiment elsewhere which is Hill uttered only a few words ulceration of nose, throat, and that smoke. It is true of the carpets clamoring for a chnnqe in the Tar- heard. and and was cried down. Sweitzer's voice caused by feminine ills It has no equal. on our floors and the pictures on iff such as will commend itself to was overstrained but it Is said he For ten years th Lydla E. Pinkunm our "walls. American wines are sent the country's best thought. could not have made himself heard Medicine Co. has recommenced Paxtine to France in bulk, bottled, labeled, Because of the radical Uuderwood-Simmon- s anyway. Marian Drake, who two In their private correspondence with sent tack, duty paid, and bought in bill industry is sobbing for years ago was Chicago's first woman women, which proves its superiority. Women who havo been cured say preference to the domestic article relief, the great army of unemployed aldermanlc candidate, was howled it is "worth its weight In gold." At which has not taken the trip abroad. remains Idle, the hateful "war tax" down when she tried to speak against druggists. 50c, largo box, or by mall. What does this mean? Suppose the in times of peace is oppressing the Thompson. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston. Mass. women of Erie bought only Erie people, and business refuses to go Mrs. Earle occupied a box, from made Bilk. Suppose they boasted of ahead in the old time way. which she frequently cried out to it and influenced their friends to do The great body of Democrats not her followers, leading them in each the same, and suppose that not only in favor of such near-Trad- e as the fresh demonstration. the women of Erie did this, but all Underwood-Simmon- s bill provides, the silk buyer women of the country is uneasy and dissatisfied with the did the same thing, then what would Wilson government and the Wilson A Sluggish I.lver Needs Attention. happen? Eet your Liver get torpid afi'd ryou Tariff policies. Those who are not Why, all the silk mills of Erie Democrats ore stirred by growing in- are In for a spell of misery. EverySucceed when everything else falls. And of Paterson, N. J. and of Man- dignation that we have an adminis- body gets an attack now and then. In nervous prostration and female chester, Conn, would have to inccase tration so out of touch with real Thousands of people keep their Livweaknesses they are the supreme the number of employes, would have United States sentiments and needs. ers active and healthy by using Dr. remedy, as thousands have testified. to enlarge their payroll, nnd every- The result of all this will be shown King's New Life Pills. Fine for the FOR KIDNEYJ.IVERAND body in Erie and elsewhere would at the great popular uprising next Stomach, too. Stop the Dizziness, STOMACH TROUBLE be directly nnd indirectly benefited. year which will bury the present Constipation, Billlousness and Indiit is the beat medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. And if we apply the local silk inc- in power under an enormous tidal gestion. Clear the blood. Only 25c. mmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmm 2 ident to all goods made in U. S. A., wave reflecting the country's re- at your Druggist. what would be the result? We im- pudiation of what is now being forported last year $35,000,000 worth ced down our throats. Scranton The Money Went to Canada. YOU of fllks, another $35,000,000 worth (Pa.) Tribune-RepublicaIf you are looking for the reason . worth of of woolens, $70,000,000 why so many thousands of American worth of Doctor's Olllec nnd Dwelling for Sale. cottons, $2,000,000,000 steel workers are idle and why the Stuff altogethcr.much of which could We have listed for sale two ncres big steel concerns are unable to pay have been made in thlsc ountry, and good ground containing doctor's of dividends, a recent transaction sliow- Treatment the money for Its manufacture given It dwelling, all necessary . lS tho practical results of a Free- fice, to American labor. We make better for WEAK 2 wells water, 1 cistern j Trade Tariff, will throw some light) silks, better woolens, better cottons LUNGS or Splendid location fori0" tllc subject. Steel rails are now, HK!2IvVOvivi7GSii and linen and glassware and pottery and orchard. tho free list. Under the Protect-fiv- e and cutlery and steel and nearly physician. None within a radius of lIvo Turifc of 1909 they bore a duty of SBBBBmSi,k.1iAi.reSVlS3! CONSUMPTION Easy terms to right miles. everything else that Is made any?o.Ui) per ton. Not long ago the Illi- If you mention this paper we will send you where else on earth. With an ade- party. Call on, or address nois Central Hnilroad Company pur- - a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for &. SON, Agts., BARNETT feeling, coughs, pains quate duty we could protect all our that tired, Hartford, Ky. chased from a Canadian mill liG.OOO in chest, nijjht sweats, hemorrhages, weak home made goods and yet get, ample 34tf h jtons of rails. lungs or consumption. revenue for wines, diamonds and the iTho price paid was a little nioro OHIO MEDICAL CO. Done With Democracy. from thousand and one luxuries aV&fK same grade of rails could Ncxt to the return of hundreds of than the abroad that prosperous people will be bought In tho United States. Unthousands of Bull moosers to the Rebuy. publican ranks, the greatest factor der a Protective Tariff tho Canadians TlieTlnice-a-WeeEdition k come Republican vic- would have to shade their price at In the bound-t- o Whooping Cough. least 4 per ton to make the sale. As Well everyone knows the effect tory In 19 1C is going to be the votes Of The York World the case stands, they had to cut the of Pine Fdrcst on Coughs. Dr. Bell's of thousands of Democrats who havo price only a little mora than a dolis a remedy which taken a solemn oath that they will , lar. So tho money for 35,000 tons, brings quick relief for Whooping never again vote tno Democratic amounting to about $1,000,000, goes Practically a Daily at The Price of u Cough, loosens the mucous, soothes ticket. They are on every hand, on Weekly. No other Newspaper lungs every street and you meet and greet to Canada, instead of staying in our the lining of the throat and country, and American workers aro In the World Gives so Much and makes the coughing spells less one every ten minutes in the day. robbed of a corresponding amount of severe. A family with growing chil- Furthermore, the majority of them at, m low a Price. Free-Tradwork and wages. That Is dren should not be without it. Keep arc not backward about declaring ft handy for all Coughs and Colds. their Intention of not voting for WilRheumatic Pains Relieved. 2 son or any other Democratic candiThe year 1914 has been the most 20c. at your Druggist. date next year. A great many of Why suffer from rheumatism when extraordinary In the history of modA Democratic Confession. them are Democrats who voted for relief may be had at so small a outThe following Is from the old rock-ribb- McKluley, Roosevelt and Taft rather cost? Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., ern times. It has witnessed the Cannellton (Ind.) than for Bryan and Parker, but in writes, "I have been subject to at- break of tho great European war, Democratic Telephone: 1914 they were partially convinced tacks of rheumatism for years. Cham- a strugglo so titanic that it makes Why is It we do not see long arti- that the Democratic party was once berlain's Liniment always relieves all others look small. cles setting forth the great and good more "right," and that Wilson was me Immediately, and I take pleasure You live in momentous times, and points of practical results in the Un- the Ideal Democrat and It was time In recommending It to others." 25 you should not miss any of tho trederwood Tariff hill. In our Demo- for them to return to tho party of and GO cent bottles. For sale by all mendous events that aro occurring. cratic exchanges? The bill has been their forefahers nnd resume making dealers. m No other newspaper will inform you passed long enough for tho country a cross under the rooster. At the to be reaping the benefits of a low same time they promised themselves with the promptness and cheapness Tariff if a low Tariff is whut we that, If the Democratic policies and of the Thrice-a-Wee- k edition of the have been needing. It was said that principles were no more successful In New York World. Moreover, a year's the low tariff would put the high 1913 and tho following years than subscription to it will take you far cost of living wjthln tho reach of they were back In 1893 and 1894, it campaign. our next all and at the same time give labor was the lust time they would vote j PROCURED AND DCFENDED. d',dJ.I Into Thrlce-A-Wee- kPresidential Tho World's regudrawing uiiaw.ioreiDMwnF" ,rv We want to see the factor- the Democratic ticket. Now they are to all. coprrtgUU.ctc I lar subscription price Is only $1,00 N ALL COUNTRIES. ies start and the high cost of living out to keep that promise made to Jliulntu Jirnt vlH WatkUgtoa KiVf4 tlmr.l per year, and this pays for 156 pamoty aitJcjH intfauai. lowered. Our erstwhile fond hopes themselves. Newcastle (Ind.) Courpers. We offer this unequaled newsPatent tnd hMngtmtnt fractica uciutiveiy. of tho good effects of a low Demo- ier. Wi it or coiue to u fct paper and TIC Hjkth ttmt, mr Valt4 tutts Tttut OCc, I Tariff have been somewhatly cratic WASHINGTON. D. G. THE HAHTl'ORI) REPUBLICAN scattered, because "the goods have together for one year for $1.05. not been delivered," as tho theorists FOR FLETCHER'S of The regular subscription price of promised. If tho Importation chcapcr-ni'ad- e goods hasu't closed our the two papers la $2.oo. LOYAL, PATRIOTIC, 1 mmm hotel m D.C. Directory Oiiio Cou&tj Circuit Court T. V. Dirkhcwd, Judge; Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. Attorney Law . H. 15. Darnvss, P. Mldklff, Jailor; Clerk; E. B. Ulrkhend, Master ComHARTFORD, KY. missioner; II. T. Collins, Trusteo Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff. Will practice his proflon In Ub Deputies S. A. tiralchur; and adJuinjDB counties. ComuwalsU Hartford. office deputies .Airs. S. O. Keown nUd and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Uilmorc Keown. Court convenes first Monday In February nnd continues three weeks; third .Monday In April, two woeks; third Monday In October, two weeks. County Court John 11. Wilson, Law Judge; W. C. Blunkcnshlp, Clerk; HARTFORD, KY. C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first .Monday in each . Mifisrs. W. II. Banus iirni C. mouth. Quarterly Court Begins on the SmltJi tvnnouuou that they h:ivo fortn first .Mommy in every month. a paruwrdhtp for the general pnic- Court of Callus Convenes first Itice of law, exctpt criminal ami dlvor Tuesday in January and first Tuesleases, Mr. Smith balug County Attor-- I day in October. Is prevented f rum practicing such Other County Officers C. S. Mo- loy, Surveyor, ForUsvllle, Ky., K. iccatti. Mr. Bank will Individually P. D. No. 2; Tom lines, Assessor, In Officio sucli practlou. Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Superin- accoja Hartford Republican building, Harttendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Riley, Coroner, Hartford; T. H. Benton, ford, K" Road Engineer, Hartford. Otto C. Martin at kWAMGW a.ic,i'to , sev-leart- Barnes & Attorneys at Smith ji $Ste$ $&&fi3rd S3S5waaa u-- .y 1 JUSTICES' COURTS. Ed. er 3d er 3d er 3d SFECIAL TO WOMEN I Electric Bitters -- TOO WILL TAKE OUR FREE run-dow- ! ppcn-heitrt- Ita Pine-Tar-Hon- e. ed Children Cry CASTORI A . Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftA.. rtiioniBy u.l Monday In March, Tuesday aft.Monday In June, Tuesday aftKY. HARTFORD, Monday in September, Tuesday after 3d Monday In December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. IIBAVItIN i.. A. McDanicl, Rockport, Friday This office Is equipped for hand V after 3d Mondny In .March, Friday after 3d MonMay In June, Friday ling Commercial Law and Collcctloiv after 3d Monday in September, Items as well as other legal and litiFriday after 3d Monday In De- gated matters. Practice in all tho cember. S. W. Iveach, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. after 3d Monday In .March,, Wed- M. L. Heavrln's Office nesday after 3d Monday in June, Wednesday after 3d Moifday In Soi- UTTOC. MAHTI tetnber, Wednesday after 3d Mon I T, WAIiESTItATTOS rriimMll. K llnrtloril. Ky. day In December. R. C. Tlchoiior, Centertown, SatSTRATT0N & MARTIN urday after 3rd Monday in each month. Attornoys at Lnw Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday CROMWELL, - KY. after I'd .Monday In March, Tuesday after I'd Mondny In .May, Tuesday Will practice their profession in this-anafter 3d Monday in August, Tuesdjolning counties. Collections. day after 2d Monday In November. Commercial and Criminal Practice tv y W. S. Dean, Dundee, Prompt and vigorous-servicafter tho second Monday in Specialty. .Notary in office. March, Wednesday after ad Monday In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday In August, Wednesday after 2d Monday in November. Ben F. Rice, Fortdsvlllo. Tuesday after 2d Monday In March, Thursday after 2d Monday in .May, Thursday after 2d Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday in .NoS innilj oMUuM la "J ulc aiit.rt, vrnu It. .tJrf4,ii PATENTS vember. THAT PA'L .lir;iUieiiitUugLlj, tt uur Ben W. Tnylor, Ralph, Friday aftattdXrlp jou turct. tirr,iiidrL .iuto rtoitrtdi for fnct rport hrnd er 2d Monday In March, Friday after en iwr.uuiltj. so rr" irmrtk. BUB. 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d PASSING RIFCF'tNCCS. lurfrnUuU. Monday in August, Friday after 2d jkok n ITontAhl I'Ai. nu wnt to B03-SO- S .Monday In November. Sovonth Streot, (J. c. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens. Marshal: Court convenes sponnki Mnn. day In each month. City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. lkti-net- t, Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. 11. Gillespie. School Trustees.!, n. rinVo rh?ilr- The National Weekly man; R. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. j. v. layior, anu w. Ji. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services Until this year morning and evening eveny first and CoJi'rr's has bcn third Sunday in each month. Sunsold at $5.50. Now day school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meetthe price Is S2.50 JT ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. atidttrharcsrciitcd B. W. Napier, pastor. a concession w hereBaptist Church Services morning by wc can offer it and evening every second and fourth at a still further Sunday In each month. Sunday school reduction in con9:45 a. in. Prayer meeting every Wed nection willi this nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pettle, publication. , pastor. Christian Church Services every Special Offer to Our Readers third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. Hccocnirnc the great demand (or CoUnt'i st uuu i p. m. auntiay 6cnooi 9:30 u. in. the new trice, we have made arrangements to Eldei Gwinti, pastor. rflcr it ami our own publication mcli one scar tor the rice ol (ViVr'i alone. Tins - alritd SECRET SOCIETIES. effer an J must betaken ad vantage olpion vtly. Hartford Lodgo No. (J73, F. and A. M. nieots every first Monday night What You Get jri Collier's in each month. W. S. Stevens, W. Cillitr'i the one hie, independent. fcarlcM M.; Owcm Hunter, Secretary. wciklvnl th whole rHintr, Nut on U It ft the Hartford Chapter No. 8f O. E. S. rood citist'n's handhouk hut it is also a lor thr whole (smilr, Atro-ithe meets every second and fourth MonHiinsk that a year's subscription tivcs arc, day evenings, .Mrs. J. H. Williams, W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. looo rjiioH.it 600 Nrvr Photos MiSS EliZabotll Miller. Swmtnrir 250 Short Artkln Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knight ISO Short Starlet 100 lllu.trr.trd Features of Pythias meets every Tuesday ovon-ln2 Complete Morel- Jno. W. Taylor. C. C; W. It. Hedrick, K. of It. & s. Collier';s $2.50 Both for on!; Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. Hartford Republican meets every first nnd tnird Thursday nights. It. T. Collins, Commander; E. P. Moore, RecoiVl Keeper. Acmo Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. F. moots every second and fourth Friday nlu'hts In each month. IT M linr- iA nett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrick, secretary. Hartford Camn No. 202 W. n w. mecits every second nnd fourth Saturday nlchts In each mnntl. Tmn Williams, Council Cowmiander; W. C. AMj.f-At- v wauace, tjieru. BArrnfcia Celebrated (or style, perfect fit. ilmnllf Iv. ..a m.. Sunshlno Hive No. 42. L. o. nearly 43, bold In ifearly moots every first and third Friday I" tellabillty and town Inye.u.United States and rycitjr the .. rin.ili n h. mill ,T.r. k... nlchts In each month. Mrs Ativ any other nuke, bend lor lice catalogue, Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. H. McCALIS MAGAZINE lu. AiisciiKe, Lnuy uocoru Keeper. More subscribers than any oltin fi.Mn Koystono Chapter No. 110, R. A. million a month. Invaluablr. L,aU patterns, drrssmaUnir, millinery, M., meets every thlrU Saturday night fancy nccdlewoik, halrdretsini;, In each month. John T. Moore High (rnacazlna pood stories, etc. Only CO cents Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. double), including: a hie pattern. cuu lor saiupre copy, uuutviiw luu,;, u AMEiUUAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. State Officers Presldmit. .1. Tl inn. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS brings Connell. Princeton. Kv.: Vlen Prinl- - I toAcents. Iostal oilers. premium catalogue and new cash prize Address dent, J. H. Burney, Muhltjnborg Co.; OUt McCAU CO, 23S la :u VT. 37th St. KtW YOHs) oecreiary a ireas., s. u. uouertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Hartford, Ky. Members Statu Executive llnanl Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W. and CURE Dunn, Daviess county; Htinry Plrtle, LUNGS Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun ty; u. u. uavenportt, warren county. WITH Ohio Countv Offlcnrs S. I. Rtnv. ens, President; Henry Plrtle, Sec retary; a. ta. uennett, Treasurer. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. PiircE Fnn jr. isil nun 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. Trial EoIUb Fre. OLDS 2. T, J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. ANB AIL THROAT AND UWQTB0UBLES, 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. I OVABAWXKED tJATISPACSOBY 4. II. O. Autry, Balzetowu, Ky. 5. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. Uii OLVZillX iUSi'UNDiiD, mmmmmmmmmmmm b. j. Li. urown, uocupori, &y. ARTHUR D. KIRK y d Wcl-nctida- e- TRADC-MARn- nHniiiu lun, Collier's CollierS in Clubs First Tinned i e e !; g. $2.50 t - Bal-mal- n, KILLthc the couch Dr. King's New Discovery rQucHG rw. A IV I -- 4- NEW RAILROAD Children Cry for Fletchtr's Will Be IS ASSURED Built From Barbour-vill- e To Manches- ter. TIio Kind Yon Havo Always Bonght, and which 1ms heen. r nas norno tlio Miniature of itu .v.. - iinu nas uccn. in.iuo under lil.s per- ji-;ir- jj.iiuiiunnui Infant and All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Limb Chlldrcn-Experle- nco SF rSAszzrz: utfyrz eucA f&C finnnl AllltlV lift mm Kitiiirvltii ui.mn Ha itjlntfifn .. "Jti.st-aM-guod" I.. r.. ...... 1.. 41.1.. iriuuvuii una cminnfjer tno health nro but against Hpt:rleiita ok CnMoria is n harmless snbslltuto for Castor Oil, Parc-jjorl- e, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It U plca.intit. 16 contains nuithor Opium, lUorpliiuo nor other 3nrcotIo Mibstancc. Its ajio is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms nnd allays Fevcri.slmcss. For moro tlmn thirty years it lias heeii in constant uso for the rollrf of Constipation,, rintuleiiey, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It rcgulatos the Stomach and Uowels, n.sslnilhitcs tlio Pood, giving healthy and natural (jlce. Tho Children's Panacea Tito 3Iothcr's Prieud. What is CASTORS GENUINE The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCNTAUN (2LM. Bears the Signature of COMPART, TT MUNHAT STRCCT. NCtV YORK CITT. CASTORIA ALWAYS Starck Pianos No Moaejr tlon BrtrbouTvllIc, Ky., April 2. A bonus of $100,000 ha sbcen raised by Clay county ami citizens of railroad, nnd work on tlio new extciiRion will bo started by May 1. Altogetlior the railroad btiolders In their contract have until July 1 to begin work, tho construction wll start Immediately, to take advnn!nf?o of summer weather. Nearly 100.000 cross ties havo been It Is stated, ns well as telegraph poles and lumber. An engineering force will go out within tho ne:t few days In tho preliminary work of locating changes for creek beds j The new e.tt union beginning at a juacMon with (he i.uiitavlllo & N'usp- vlllo railroad In tins c'tv, will havo a miles and total length of twenty-fou- r will bo constructed on a grade of less than 2 per cent. There wll be no tunnels. The road will bo completed within one yaer, opening for development one of the most extensive coal fields In the South. Owners ot a large coal and timber acreage on Ited DIrd Creek, Clay county, are now making arrangements for a lateral extension from Manchester, to tap their holdings, nnd the probability Is that a number i of feeders of this kind will follow the building of the main line. Clay county contains eight or ten different seams of coal, all workable, nnd In quality the equal of any. In the aggregate several millions of dollars are represented In investments in coal and timber lands, extending over the last ten years, and when this territory is opened for development great activity will follow, Barbour-vlllo-Manchcsii, I I I stnnd for tho world's liberation war, upon the basis of prinand agreements that would rethe cause of strife, nnd provide a higher structure than nntlonal sovereignity. He would have America strong cnought to make Its voice heard In the councils of the fearful nnd tho He was llko the greatest of our early statesmen, Washington, Franklin, and Jefcrson, In the breadth of his sympathies and his grasp of the largo essentials of human progress. His Americanism had in it no clement of hostility towards nny other nation; on the contrary, his principles nnd meth ods, If adopted by the leading peoples of Europe, would havo led tho world, long before this time, to practical disarmament and to some form of union that would havo made each nation, whether small or large, as safe as Hhoad Island and Pennsylvania find thcmsclvcso.afllccomrfdoil vanla and Arkansas find themselves under the arrangement by which they accept a modified sovereignty for themselves, and yield to the federal union tho right to adjust ail possible differences and to manage many common concerns. From "The Pro gress of the World," in tho American Review of Reviews for April. s would from ciples move STOMACH TROUBLE FOR Majority of Frieirl Thought Mr. But FIVE YEARS Hughes Would Die, Obc Helped Him to Recovery. taking other medicines. I decided to lake his advice, although I did notbarfl any confidence in it. I have now been taking (or three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headachs Black-Draufjaf began using it. so thankful for what Bttdfc vices irom this place, iMr, A. J. Hughes Draught has done for me." writes as follows : "I was down with Thedford's has bees stomacli troubie 'for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for de would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herb, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freeljr I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should lM since 1 Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad- I am Black-Draug- ht inAdrnuoe Sati.fao tiiiar-atee- d Factory BBHHHk.' ae Emi est TonuM A 82 Prom Pnc lory Direct OO Prioon Saving ot 3 100 to IHBBI1I YOU Easy Paymtnts Ton p.ir no ash down, but after 30 naya of trial, ou can begin payment on the low. est, raiieit terms cscr rutted by a piano manufarturcr, Theac terms arc arranged to cult jour conrrn!rnce, and It la possible for to buy a pMno for your home, without )ou . misilre the money. , P. A. STARCK fcCStDCNT OWN HOME Wc will Hlilp you a beautiful Starck Plann for 30 ilas" frro trial, In your homo. No cnuli pa j mint required. All we ask Is that you v.lll play upon, uso nnd tent tlila piano for 30 das If, at tho end of that time, you do not find It the Inchest grade, xwectest tuned nnd finest piano In every way, that you have ever xocn for the money, you are at pet fret llber y to send It back, and we will. In that ovent, pay the both ways. ThU Starclc 1'iano must mal;o good with you, or there Is no sate. fn-ln- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL We tliiit direct to you from our fictory, at prtcca tbit uve jou uimards ot 150.00 in tlij cot of jour pUno. Wc guanntr V furnidi jou a bctttr piano for the nioncj" tlun jou rai KTirn elwwtirre. You arcatuurd of rvcMtiru; a satisfactory tontd durable Idgti grids Savt $150.00 or Mora i Ask Tlicm How They Like It. Our present administration promised to lower tho high cost of living, and It certainly did In Detroit, Mich. ! (probably tho busiest city of the United States); wo find 05,000 men out of work nil of them live on les3 than half of what they lived on be-fs. wo became a nation of Uy reducing tho pay envelope to lower contents or no envelope at nil, the purchnslpg- - power is jroduc- -. ' ed and absolute necessities are only j consumed. All ot these G5.000 men are enjoying low cost of living as j promised by our administration. Ask them how they like It! Ask the em- ' ployer who has to lay off his help how ho feels about It! Detroit American Drop Forger. or Free-Trader- s nt s puiw. 0fi.Yaa ,n tt RiaiAtta bat one house. oiarcK T.rtrr Otirck rAno ! cuanoU'cd fir tS year. it our 35 yrars ot'plioff fipirirnce, ami tho rrrns. of ins a Utlon nf nn nt:onlbIe plans 50 Froi Musio Lessfns S'.src!; I'lanos, wc give free mule lesions. In one of the best Itiown schools In Chiracs. Tlie9 Jossons you ran take In your own home, iY! pUnoa ot aB nl T03.1-lunttandanl iiuKm tiken In cliiiiuf for m-- StarcW Planoi Tlia follow. and IMaycr-PlJnIns are a few aample bargalnai Weber Stein way Chiclcemtg Kimball K Iuih nuwtr ut uluhtlr uM nMidtJiitlv on hand To rvcry purchaser of $110.00 92.00 00.03 85.00 105.00 Playtr-naStan'k I'layer-t'land thi twat and nwiKt ltiut! tut Player lljuus on ua narket. You will be with ttw many e featurea of theM wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with th rery low prices at whleh tbey can bo secured, ay Send today tor our new beautifully Illustrated piano booh which cites jou a lareo amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. ) Piano isbk ma What Would Uncoln Do? constructive The two statesmen of the last century were Lincoln and Dismark. In Germany they are now celebrating the centenary of Dismark, who was born April 1, 1815. The present month brings to us in America the fiftieth anniversary of the end of tho Civil War and tho death ot Lincoln. Preslden Lincoln accompanied the Federal troops when they entered Richmond April 4, 18GC; Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox April 9; Lincoln was Migratory lllt-- Law. t.am Washington, D. C. Aprll.5. Many of tho presscomments of the decis ion of the United States District Kti!5S!5S2K3mS0OTjfcKlMS5! Court, rendered March 20, nt Topeka Kansas, holding that tho Federal migratory Bird Law is unconstitutional, according to the United States Department of Agriculture, are erroneous and arc apt to mislead the public concerning tho real situation in this matter. The Kansas decision, like a former decision to the same effect in the Eastern District of Arkansas, is llmifcd in its operation solely to the full of life and action, filled with the district in which it was rendered. 1 fire of fine inspiration and followed Neither decision settles or nullities by 250 short stories of adventure, 1 tho law, and the exact contrary haS win mane been held by the United States District Court for South Dakota. The Arkansas case has been appealed to, and Is now pending, the United States Supreme Court. The Act of Congress protecting migratory birds stands effective until the Supreme Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page,' Court finally decides the question of Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of its constitutionality. In the meanTravel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best time, it Is Incumbent on every minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone citizen to observe its provisin the home. 1 here is no age limit to enthusiasm for The ions and the regulations. It Is the Three Current Issues Free duty of the Department of AgriculYouth's Companion. If rou da not laow THE COMPANION ture to enforce this law and the oflet us send you Three Current Issues FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year ficials in charge will endeavor to do request. not 12. so as long as it Is In force. Reports 9 ' Those who subscribe new. sending $2 of violations will be carefully Invesfor the 52 Issues of THC COMPANION More good reading than you will ' for 1915. will receive The Companion tigated and when sufflccnt evidence ' get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. magazines. is secured they will be reported for prosecution. In this connection it SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE should not be forgotten that an of- THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH fender against this, as In the case ot ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. other United States laws, Is subject to prosecution any time within three years from tho date of the offense Is committed. Black-Draug- and ail my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. would die. He advised me to try Get a package to ay. Thedford's Only a quarter. and quit xftSMIBB !s;' HxYOUTH'S COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 law-abidi- Starck This represent! one ytar'a free instruction. by mall. Send for our lattit complete second hand bargain Hat. shot in the evening of April 14 and died the following day. Wholly without prejudlco or sectional feeling, Lincoln was Intensely occupied with plans for the restoring of harmony and the quick return ot the seceded and States to their full autonomy their proper places in the Union when his death plunged tho nation in grlof. Ho had the sarno conception as Jefferson's of tho paramount Importance of national union, and of maintaining our contlnnental republic upon tho basis of tho federal system. For his leadership all parts of the country ought now to bo profoundly grateful. If ho could have lived a fow years longer, wo would perhaps havo been spared some unfortunate chapters of our subsequent history and should have worked our policies, both domestlcand foreign, that would have mado us a greater and a stronger nation than we are today. But ho accomplished enough to earn secure fumo as a statesman of supremo rank Ho was an American In whom were blended the characteristics ot all parts of the country in a way that made him national in the full sense; a humanitarian of great vision, In whoso heart there was no animosity towards any nation or raco of mankind. The world's greatest 'need to day Is ot leaders ot the Lincoln mold, who wjll believe that the welfare of each nation can be made to harmonize with that of all the others. Hating war, Lincoln was, nevertheless, four Impelled to lead a collossal years, struggle on behalf ot an American unity that should make for permanent peace and human liberty. he would If ho were olive y probably hold that our country ought to ascertain and then to express in clear terms the common sentiment of lie countries. tho nt P. A. STARCK PIANO CO. 1343 Starck Bid,., CHICAGO FARE xliaiE5tv yBlfHUtJv S522 M k-DAI- LY SS&m -- C H1 N mmm .&; .c ..WJiW?'t'1r. rlflfTV BETWEEN CLEVE! AND & BUFFALO Prosperity in a Circle. In a few words the Evening Ledger, of Philadelphia, sums up a situation that is facing the country at the present time. It says': Secretary of Labor Wilson has a remedy tor wiping out unemployment. "Put the Jobless to work," he says, "on land reclamation. Government buildings and river harbor Improvements. Let Federal, State and municipal authorities do the same, and there will he work all the year round for those who want it." Good! It is a splendid time for the beginning of great public enterprises that would bo undertaken anyhow. But this idea of a paternal government that will always furnish work and wages for the people is decidedly awkward. No people ever get rich by taking money out of one pocket end putting it into another. There can never be any permanent prosperity achieved by piling on taxes for the purpose ot doling them back to the people in wages: That, nevertheless, Is the principle on which many of our statesmen base their conclusions. They are convicted that business is something to be whacked and government something to be fed with pap. underThe sooner Washington stands that there will always be unemployment unless business is aged Instead of discouraged tho sooner the country will he back on a Instead of a souo diet. --rBrlstol .Pa.) Courier. bread-and-butter 4 OUR CLUBBING RATES. Globe-Democrat $1.3 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.7 The Republican and 3.S0 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald The .republican ana uaiiy yj wens Doro inquirer........ 3.50 k O'boro Messenger 1.7 The Republican and 175 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 ro Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. .4 ThI"rSNTlr,tctt!ejajiixcnii.iyuSand tlaisf irCsariJtvt-s- . . '."iei-- l 3M vitv CP V1T" CLEVELAMD-Da- iK wawrer tl:awv.a. Strn-ne-- lccriln seocumoaa 7" m "CTi lal-BUFFALO it ' ISfcH: K K aa M ujruriVrlir N tui 3 "i j M (OmTalffaidsTt'f.rM!) pobts. Kiltriad th.lt; 1'al'a -- 3 1 e J tatars rtd far H!a.-j-.a VMiniceudfjr traatpuruOia w .lt stciasa. rflJvlMlU' a. ipgr tla-- t qrint fue lionctn a ti. n at Ub. isn I .r'aiot f ny worlds ei.rl per un.i w-- s r In. lev'ivtUco ..jnj( iraiiinf 1 my t lnit j. Abo amis f rtKjwitatac V ifclp',SMAI.DEi:C"e-it.nrwo'iito(rrinll-liAwli- Masa, l ' May 1st to Doc. feiViSuJi- NEW NOT THE SEWING MA 3 USE U V-VE- R-L AX OF QUALITY ,! i'.Hw'rAt TMC CLUVElXFIb ft CUPf ALO TRAfUn' '. l. on-to- ut letfr, J. COw CtmrsjUnJ. 1 Q''5 UNDER ANY SOLD -- to OTHER NAME. HOME 2 For Lazy, Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. ax ! THOS. E. MOSS i Plasterer. Decorator and Contractor. . ftiYN Hin Snatuitj Bears the CASTORIA IafaaU For and Children. Always tatst Z&0& re-gr- ot T i t Lifetimo experience with best of workmen, nnd can give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford till Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. Can Only Regret it. Firing across the border by the warring Mexican factions will not be Troops have beeu sent permitted. to tho lino to prevent it. Of course, it after this warning the Mexicans go ahead and fire anyhow there will be nothing for us to do but to it. Louisville Times. Feel right all tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps you when pleasant WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. on your feet, whilo relieving your troubIf you purchase the NKW HOME you will le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don t have a life asset a t the price you pay, and will take anything else. You can't afford not have an endless chain of repairs. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure effect and certain in results. It I will Cderesi in its bo long beforo ll I won't M completely displace calomel in ver freely atul home. Children caa take it with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness and signature of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by J. H. WJLLIAMS. - HarUord. Ky. It you want a atwlnj machine, write for our latest catalogue before you purctuue. ys-te- ra ax rv-OV Tbe New Horn Iiwl Co., Orae, Maes. For pains In tho back n good reraea U Or. Mile.' Atitl-I'ul- n Pill. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Hungary, has been evacuated. Hprbla. Paris dispatches report Kor State Treasurer. Hint Serhla hns nrotcstcd to rtulcarla Wc nrc authorized to announce bW3UlBe ot the lnvn8on of Serbian HON. n. h. MOOIIE, ot Crittenden tcrritory wher0 tho irrCBUinrs WCre county, n candidate for tho Repub- - dr,vcn ,)nck wlth coll8tJerablo ,0S9. ,,, llcan nomination for State Treasurer, I (Continued from First Pago.) General Primary election August 7, Tuesday. J915. United States. The United States caUcd t0 .,, Dlatform and ln . fw ,lfl notc t0 areal, Ur,).well chosen words thanked tho con- to announco n,ade m,bl,c We aro authorized " " ventlon for tho honor conferred. JOHN II. THOMAS, of Ohio County, ,"'" "nu rru"c'--- ' " on motion the election of Mr Kay """"l candidate for State Senator, 7th tuu,u " AI"C c,a,ms. forwas made unanimous Senatorial District, composed of of thc inn in or, th.clr nil urn imrirn . iiiopitiit iiiDrmnnr o, motion mane and unanimously Ohio. Muhlenlicrc and Butler coun- - nt. fAll AA feri .............. A uiui tfttASAAlmA Ulluil luuuui'iBltfIf iiut;i tuuiou uc Carver be elected tics. General primary election Aug. tsveen Germany and the United vi Prpl.iont 7, 1915. ad-- 1 States. The note claimed such Nominations for Sccrctnry-Trcas- '" oou,.i, , ..... declared In order, anil S. P. v om niitlinrljorl in nnnnuneo ""BO,u" ot "nneutrallty toward Robertson, of McLean county was SION. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver an attUude of Great Britain. pIaced ln nomlnatlon. Motion made Dam. Ky., a candidate for State Sena- -' the Prcscnt enemies uuuik uo..u u.u ;um-thcom- - ine '"Jusunominations close and elect by tor in thc 7th Senatorial District pribtd of the counties ot Ohio, But- - nlerco ol lms ana omcr neumu cuun- - acclamation. Carried. Olfford PinNominations for State Organizer RcDUbllcnn ' tries Is emphasized. trr nml MulilPIiliorc. chot. special agent ot the United declared in order and T. P. Tanner prtanry election, Aug. 7, 1915. States from Belgium by the German L. N. Robertson and Mr. Garrison authorities. Washington dispatches were placcd beforc tho convcntlon, We are authorized to announce the objection t0 Mr- - Plnchot is j resulting In the election ot Mr. Gar WILLIAM D. MORRIS, of East Hart-s- a' ford precinct, a candidate for thoj"asca "P" lus reiaiionsnip to me rlson, of Warren county, who came Republican nomination for Repre-tentati- iormcr unusn minister 10 uenmarK. forward and delivered a splendid talk which Indicated that he was In of Ohio county. General Russia The Russian armies are full sympathy with tho principles of primary election Aug. 7, 1915. ii'nu- on the Hungarian side ot the the American Society of Equity. The election was made unanimous. to announce ,"UK,a auu UP""W f"sts- - " We aro authorized w : nw a v' nra,iini,rSnHnrranr. i struggling for the heights which Motion made by Mr. Moscley, that " "' cinct, a candidate for thc Republic dominate Uzsok Pass. The Austrian we not elect delegates to National an nomination for Representative ot ofllcial report admits that fighting is Convention till next meeting of State Carried. Ohio county. Primary election Sat- now taking place in the Laborcza Convention. valley, south of Lupkow. Nominations for members of Board urday, Aug. 7, 1915. of Directors ot State Union resulted Italy. Great excitement prevails in the election of H. M. Pirtlc, of We are authorized to announce Is. L. EMBRY a candidate for the in Italy over the sinking by a Ger- Ohio county; W. D. Osbom, of AlRepublican nomination for Repres- man submarine of the Italian steam- len county; Louis Webb, of Logan entative from Ohio County. General er Lulgl Parodl, bound for Gcnora county, and M. W. Carver, of Nothing is known from Baltimore. county. primary election Aug. 7, 1915. of the fate of the crew. Motion made by Mr. Moselcy that next place of meeting ot State Con We are authorized to announce Turkey. Berlin reports the Brit vention be at Central City, and that JIUDdE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, ob a candidate for the nomination ish battleship Lord Nelson destroyed time be second Tuesday in Novem for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Di- Inside the Straits ot the Dardanelles ber. Carried. strict, subject to the action of the by the Turkish forts. Motion made second and carried by the State Convention, that we exDemocratic party at the State PriEngland. The King of England tend ln strongest terms, our hearty mary the first Saturday in August, has taken a definite stand on the appreciation and sincere thanks to ? 1915. question of teetotalism. In an ofll- the people of Hartford and Ohio Majesty com- county, the pastor of thc Methodist We are authorized to announce cial announcement His mands that no wines or spirits shall church, and especially to thc ladies OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for by any of his households af- for their splendid hospitality, during the Republican nomination for Cir- be used ter all the sessions of this convention, ed with assault and battery, examincuit Court Clerk at tho general priand especially for the bountiful re- ing trial, held to grand Jury. mary election. Aug. 7, 1915. Wednesday freshments at the noon hour, and Germany. Three vessels two resolved further that we will ever Osteopathy. We are authorized to announce flying the English flag, which were look back to this meeting of the KenDr. G. B. Dockery, whose office is CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the sunk, and a Swedish vessel, which tucky State Union as a pleasant rest- at Beaver Dam, will be In Hartford Republican nomination for Circuit ot every Monday, Wednesday and FriCourt Cleric of Ohio County, General was seized were added to Ger ing place (the great Journey many's score on the sea yesterday. life. day of each week and will treat pa primary election August 7, 1915. Two statements were delivered to Resolved, that this convention tients at their homes. 37tt to our retiring State the American State Department yes We aro authorized to announce terday by the German Embassy. In J. H. McConnell, our President Slierifl'b Sale. heartfolt WALLACE II. RILEY a candidate one the charge Is mada that no warnBy virtue or execution No. G97, Isthanks for his untiring efforts and or tho Republican nomination for ing was given to the Odenwald be Interest in our behalf, in the past, sued from the Ohio Circuit Court In Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. fore it was fired upon in an attempt and wish him long life and prosper the suit of T. W. Wallace, plaintiff General Primary August 7, 1915. to leave San Juan harbor. The other ity and hope that we shall always vs. S. A. Rafferty and F. B. Rafferty, note disclaims responsibility for the have tho advantage of his mature defendants, wherein the plaintiff has We are authorizet to announce death of neutrals in the sinking of advice and wise counsel. Unanimous- recovered a Judgment for tho sum CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss pre- the steamer of $G5 with Interest at G per cent Falaba on the ground ly adopted. cinct, a candidate for the Republican that thc merchantman was armed. We are unable to give tho full re- -, !rom the Kith day of October, 1908, nomination for Circuit Court Clerk ports of the various committees ow- and the further sum or $13.55, costs, of Ohio County. General Primary army, ing to the fact that Secretary Rob- I, or one of my deputies, will offer Austria. The Austrian Saturday, August 7. 1915. aided by German troops that have ertson was compelled to leave be- -' for sale on Monday, April 19, 1915, been sent into tho Carpathians in fore a copy could be made. He In It being the first day of tho Ohio Cir We are authorized to announce great numbers. Is said to have re- forms us that little change was made cuit Court, at thc court house door ANDREW THORPE.of McIIenry a pulsed the Russian attacks in the ln the constitution and A in Hartford, Ky., about 1 o'clock p. candidate for tho Republican nomina- passes with heavy losses. Thousands rule was adopted allowing all mem- m., the following described property: One-sixt- h tion for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio of prisoners are said to have been bers to be reinstated on payment of interest In a tract of land County. General Primary election taken. $1.50 into their local which sum al In Ohio County, Ky on tho waters August 7, 1915. so pays their dues for one year. of Muddy Creek, same being part Kngluud. Lord Raley survey, and The delegates were warm In their of the James Kitchenor has We are authorized to announce S. named a committee to obtain enough praise of tho citizens of Hartford bounded as follows: Beginning at a IV. McKINNEY, ot Beaver Dam, as labor for use In tho manufacture of and Ohio County for the manner in stone, corner to W. T. Taylor in the n candidate for the nomination for . war supplies by whatever means pos which they had been received and northern boundary lino of said tract Circuit Court Clerk, subject to lmL.i.i of land; thence with W. T. Taylor's sible. action of the Democrats of Ohio line S. 178 poles to 2 black oaks and county, at the General Primary elecWhite oak, another of Taylor's corn Serbia. Serbia is said to be disHEAVY DOCKET. tion, August 7, 1915. County and Quarterly Court con- ers; thence E. 177 poles to a poplar satisfied with the Bulgarian statement disclaiming rcssponslbllity for vened Monday with the heaviest and 2 chestnuts; thence N. 160 poles the recent border attacks. Serbian docket that has been known ln years, to a sweet gum ln Mrs. Leach's lino; LATEST WAR NEWS officials say ln addition, that Bul- and after tho probation of nuraer-pu- s thence W. 81 W. 90 poles; thence garia Is actively planning further wills, making fiduciary orders, S. 87 W. 87 poles to tho beginning, etc., the following Is a partial result containing 190 acres, 2 rods and 3G raids. ot the trials and prosecutions had on poles; conveyed to BenJ. P. Rafferty, .Monday. deceased, by James Raley and Sallie Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday: Administrator's Sale. Turkey. The sinking of tho TurkRaley on the 11 of Nov., 1S84, by On Wednesday, April 21, 1915, as Monday, April 5. ish armored cruiser Medjldleh by Com'th. vs. Charles Leach, ct al., deed recorded in deed book G page striking a mine on tho Russian const administrators of John P. Foster, deis reported from Petrograd. Tho crui- ceased, we will offer for sale at his charged with disturbing lawful as- 234, Ohio County Clerk's office, and conveyed to tho said S. A. Rafferty ser is a veteran of the Turkish Black late residence on No Creek, 5 miles sembly, verdict of jury not Jullty, of Hartford on Hartford Com'th. vs. Luka Taylor, charged by the heirs ot BenJ. P. Rafferty, deSea Ueet, which is credited with the North-weceased, in the division of said estate und Llverniore road, the following with petit larceny, dismissed. kinking of many Russian vessels. day of property: One fino harness and , Com'th. vs. Elvis Murphy, charged by deed dated , and recorded in deed book Knslaiid. The steamer City of saddle stallion; 4 fine young Jacks; with breach of the peace, verdict of page Ohio County Clerk's Bremen, of Durbln, was sunk by a 4 Jennets; one mare and colt; one Jury, not Jullty. Mrs. Bcttlo J. Johnson vs. I. C. R. office. German submurlne off Wllfrock, In maro; two good work mules; several Levied on as tho property of said tho English Channel. Four members head of hogs; several tons of hay, R. Co. &c, claims for board bill, ver S. A. Rafferty. and lot ot corn; 150 bushels Irish dict ot Jury, $30.50. of the crew were drowned. potatoes. Credit of six months with bond Also lot of farming Imple Tuesday, April O. ments of all kinds and some houseCom'th. vs. Arthur Gross, charged and approved security. umnany. The German steamer hold and kitchen This the 15th day of March. 1915. furniture. One with abusive and insulting language, Orete Hemsoth struck a mine in the stock of goods usually kept In a coun verdict of Jury, $10.00 and cost. S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. Baltic and sank. Twenty-fiv- e memS. A. BRATCHER. D. S. try store. Ferguson, vs. James Com'th. bers of her crew drowned, according Terms of Hale $5.00 and under, charged with obstructing passway, to a Stockholm dispatch. cash; all amounts over, 9 months verdict of Jury, not Jullty. tinme with approved security. A Com'th. vs. Byron Arnold, charged Hustin. Tho Russian army, which reasonable discount will be made on with the offenso of failing to supfor months beselged tho Austrian amounts over $5.00 for cash. port wife and infant children, verfortress of Przemsl and finally forc-ce- d ELLIS H. FOSTER. dict of Jury, not guilty. it to capitulate, has achieved WALTER FOSTER, Com'th. vs. Euka Hunt, charged another victory, Starting webtward with falling to support his infant, Administrators. L. H. L. from the Gallclan stronghold Imfiled away with leave to reinstate mediately after Its fall, tho MuscoGets The Meat. on motion of County Attorney. Dates of sale April vites have now entered the Beskid Wednesday night some thelf broke Wednesday, April 7. 20, 21 and 22, 1915. mountains, a range which connects into the meat house of Mr, Kern Com'th. vs. Basel Lawrence.charg-e- d tho Little Carpathians with the east- Alvey ut Laffoon and stole several Return Limit, April with selling liquor, hung Jury. ern Carpathiaus and forms part ot hams and one side of bacon. Messrs. Prosecution continued to May term 27, 1915. the boundary between Gallcla and J. P. Stevens and T. II. Black took of court. Hungary, uud have driven out the Mr. Steven's blood hound to tho Com'th. vs. Charlie Fulkerson, Austrlans, who for some timo past scene yesterday to traco the thief. charged with carrying concealed a had stubbornly held tho passes and They report that they aro satisfied deadly weapon, examining trlal.held heights. 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