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Ile-cau- so CRITICISES 11 S. America Taken To Task For Aiding: Allies. vii Exchanges Made Public ShowEm- bargo On Munitions Urged By Bernstorff. n Washington, April 11. Count von Bernstorff. tho German Ambassador made public tonight the text note he recently presented to the Slf.it e Department, declaring that "if the American people desire to observe true neutrality they will find .means to stop the exclusive exportation nrniB to one side, or at least to use this export trade as a means to uphold the legitimate trade with Germany, especially the trado In foodstuffs. The memorandum was prepared at the Germany Embassy, and while it docs not call for a reply, the State Department has already drafted one which will probably be delivered within the next few days. The Ambassador In his complaint Informs the United States that contrary to tho real spirit of neutrality an enormous new industry of war ninterlal of every kind Is being built up in this country and flint this is "supplying only Germany's enemies, a fact which Is in no way modified by the purely theoretical willingness to furnish Germany as well, if it were possible." The text of tills memorandum follows: Text of Note. "Tho different British orders-in-ounchave altered tho universally recognized rules of International law d n such a , manner that they arbitrarily suppress the trade ot neutral countries with Germany. lt Already prior to tho last tho shipment of conditional contraband, especially foodstuffs, to Uermany was practically impossible. In fact, prior to tho protest which 'ttffc American Government made la London on December 28, 1814, not "a single shipment of such goods for Germany has been affected from the United States. "Also after the lodging of the protest and as far as is known to the German embassy only 'one such shipment has bocn atacked by an American skipper. Ship and cargo were Immediately seized by the British and are still detained at a British port. As a pretext from this unwarranted action the British Government referred to a decree of the German Federal Council concerning the wheat trade, altho this decree only covered wheat and flour and no other foodstuffs, altho imported foodstuffs were especially exempt from this decrco and altho tho German government had given all necessary guarantees to the United States Gevernment and had even proposed a special organization in order to secure these foodstuffs for He civilian population, Vlolution Claimed. "The seizure of an American ship under these circumstances was In contradiction with the recognized principles of International law. Nevertheless, tho United States Government has not yet obtained the release of tho ship, nor has It after eight months of war succeeded in ll one-sideorder-ln-counc-- safeguarding the legitimate American trade with Germany, Such a delay, especially when tho supply of foodstuffs In concerned seems equivalent to complete failure. It is therefore assumed that the United States Government has accepted England's violations of international law. "Furthermore has to bo considered the -- attitude of the Government of the .United States concerning the question vot the exportation of war Imperial embassy hopes to agree with the Government of the "United Wates in assuming that with regard to the question of neutrality there is not only the formal sldo ta do considered, but also the spirit lu which neutrality penforced. "Condltona In the present war are efferent from those In any former wars. For this reason1 It Is not Justified to point. at the fact that perhaps In former wars Germany furnished material.'-Th- aganda," said Miss Addams, who is belligerents with war material. POLITICAL EFFORT LAST THOUGHTS OF to head tho Chicago delegation of DON ROBERTS In theso former cases the questwclvo to the Woman's Peace Conany war nintion was not whether TO RUIN BANK ference nt Tho Hague. "Personally BATTLE FOR PEOPLE terlal was to lo furnished to the I had no objections to giving out the YEARS belligerents, but merely which ono letter, but it appears that tho letter of tho competing countries would furnish It, In tho prosent war, with Kansas City Editor Kept Up Ligal Proceedings Begun Against sent here, which I supposed to have been a copy, was realty the original. tho exception of tho United States, Two Those In the party to start from He Is Also Fined capable, of a noteall tho countries Secretary Of The Fight Even While On here Sunday for The Hague besides worthy production of war material Thousand Dollars. Miss Addams and Mrs. Thomas are: Treasury. Death Bed. nre cither at war themselves or comMiss Sopbronlsba P. Breckinridge, pleting their nrmnments and have Miss Grace Abbott, Mrs. William B. accordingly prohibited the exportaWashington, April 12. The Rlggs Lloyd, Miss Florence Holbrook, Dr. Circuit Judge and Sheriff Draw tion of war material. Therefore, the Kansas City, Mo., April 23. FunUnited States of America Is the only eral arrangements for William Rock-hi- National Bank, tho largest financial Alice Hamilton, Mrs. Julius Leob, Five Years Others Get country In n position to export wnr Nelson, editor of the Star, who institution In Washington, today be- Mrs. Robert Kohlhammer, Mrs. Herbert Willctt, Miss Emily Naplerski material. Tho fact ought to give a died this morning, were being com- gan legal proceedings against SecrThree Years. new meaning to the Idea of neutral- pleted by the family .today. Mr. Nel- etary McAdoo and Controller of the and William H. Tuthlll. ity, independent of the formal law. son bad been unconscious since Currency Williams to compel them to Stnnteyls Glad Ordeal All Over. Thursday last. Death was due to desist from alleged efforts to ruin Indianapolis, Ind., April 12. MayIndustry in Munition. Indianapolis, uracmic poisoning Mr. Kelson's last Its business. April 13. A. O. or Don Roberts, convicted of fraud "Instead of that and in contra Temporary and permanent injunc- Stanley, retiring Congressman from in the Terre Haute election case, diction with tho real spirit of neu- conference with his associates took place in his bedroom the day before tions were asked from the District Kentucky and attorney for Mayor was today sentenced to six years in trality an enormous new industry Columbia Supremo Court against Donn M. Roberts and most of the Leavenworth prison and ordered to of war materials of every kind is be- he became unconscious. It pertain- of ed to the necessity of keeping up these ofjclals. The bill of complaint twenty seven Terre Haute politicians' pay a fine of $2,000; Circuit Coart ing built up In the United States, alleges that Messrs. McAdoo and who fought the Government case, ex- Judge Ell Redman, Sheriff Dennis inasmuch as not only the existing the fight for honest elections. "That Is a fundamental for demo- Williams, have persecuted the bnnk plained here how he felt after It Sfrea were given sentences of tiye plants arc kept busy and enlarged, for more than" a year past, culmi- was all over. years and fines of $1,000 each; the but also now ones are continually cratic government," he said. "I may nating March 30 with a refusal to not be here to see the fight won, but "I would not go through this president of the board of public founded. the Star will fight with all Its re- pay $5,000 Interest on government again for a king's ransom," said Stan works, Harry Montgomery, Cfty "Tho International agreements for sources until the present rotten sys- bonds on deposit with the United ley. "It "has been a terrible selge. I've Judge Smith, member of the board the protection of the right of neutrals tem is broken down." States to secure the bank's circu- just felt my way through darkness. of publio works, George Arenhardt, originate in the necessity for protectAs Mr. Nelson became weaker it lation. 1 understood the case was to have and Democratic Central Committee ing the existing industries of the neuThe refusal is alleged to have re- been, .prepared before I arrived. I Secretary Edward Driscoll were was necessary to resort to artificial tral countries. They were never In- means to prolong his life. He ob- sulted from a failure on the part of have sat day after day through this sentenced to three years each aad tended to encourage the creation of jected vigorously. Last Thursday, a the bank to make special reports trial Just feeling my way. The only given a fine of $500. entirely new industries In neutral few hours before ho became uncon- demanded by the Controller, the defendant I knew before I arrived Louis. Nunely, assistant city enStates, as for instance, tho new war scious, he protested to his physician representing a penalty of $100 was Roberts. He came to Washington gineer, Elmer E. Talbott,. former industry In the United States, which against keeping htm alive artificially. a day Imposed. for me. I was Just expected to help city comptroller Hilton Redman, son supplies only one party of the belligIn' Its petition the bank declares out and make the closing address. I of Ell E. Redman, John E. Green, Thursday he sank Into a coma from erents. that Mr. Wlllams exceeded his- au- had to assume charge of it all. Tho proprietor of a second hand store, which he did not rally. "In reality, the American IndusA day or so before he became un- thority in demanding such reports people know I have always been lind. William S. Crockett, an employe try is suppllylng only Germany's ene conscious Mr. Nelson, realizelng the and asks tho Uultcd States Treasurer against election corruption. I am hero at the city cemetery were sentenced mies, a fact which Is In no way mod- probability of a fatal termination of John Burko be enjoined from with- only in tho capacity of a lawyer." to two years and fined $100 each, ified by the purely theoretical will- his Illness, said to a friend: "The holding the $5,000 Interest. Maurice Walsh, county sealer ef ingness to furnish Germany as well Lord has been far beter to me than weights and measures, and treasinr--e- r The Liquor Issue. If It were possible. I deserve. I have had a long life and Bremen peposit Dank in Voluntary of the campaign fund, John M. One result of Mr. Bryan's commit Liquidation. "If the American people desire to a happy life with great opportuniKnsjellnkrclty inspector of weights Frankfort. Ky April 13. The ment for prohibition must be to bar and measures and member of 1911 observe true neutrality, they will ties for usefulness. My only regret exBremen Deposit Bank of Bremen, him from the stump this year and find means to stop Is that I have not accomplished more legislature, Charles Hoagfi Muhlenburg county, went Into volun- next in certain states. For In many Indiana portation of arms, to ape" side, or at But If this 1b the end I am ready." States prohibition is, or soon, will be, ton, assistant custodian of the etty upon the adleast to use (bis export trade as a Thruout his Illness the problem of tary liquidation hall, Joseph O'Mara, street commismeans to uphojd the legitimate trade the poor was of Intense concern to vice of John B. Chenault, State bank an Issue, and voters are taking sides sioner, Alexander Aczc.l, inspector ef Two States will illustrate the point. who examined it last Friwith Germany, especially the trado him. Ho made large gifts to o examiner, paving, Arthur Glllls", Tfro .In Kentucky this year a full State street In foodstuffs. This spirit of neutralInstitutions and was absorbed day, with ..the approval of State Bank? ticket is to be elected. As matters- - grosslv.e clerk on the election board", ity should appear the more justified in the work of a soup kitchen which" lng Commissioner Thomas J. Smith. Joseph Strauss, liquor salesaaa, to the United States as It has been his daughter, Mrs. Klrkwood, in- Tho bank will wind up (ta own af- stand; one hundred and six of the George Sovern, gambler, were' n one hundred and twenty counties of fairs and go out of business. All Its maintained toward Mexico. augurated and conducted. ced to one year and a day In tfce the Commonwealth are dry under "Acgrdlng to a declaration of a While no formal statement was obligations will be met. Lack of buspenitentiary and fined $100. Chief' Congressman made in the House made, it was announced that "as far iness to Justify continuance of the a county unit law, and many Demo- of Police Holler, who had pleaded Committee for Foreign Relations as is humanly possible the Star will concern was the reason for liquida- crats want this years' campatgn bas guilty, was given a year and a day ed on that law on the proposition December 30, 1914, President Wil- bo conducted in accordance with tho tion. sentence and fined $100. having said on Feb- alms and ideas of Mr. Nelson." The bank was organized in 1907 that it Is working welt, and is sufson Is quoted as George Woodall, William P. O'Don-nel- l. ficient to meet all the requirements with $15,000 capital stock.ruary 14, 1914, when the embargo J George EvansJohn ClarL. of reasonable temperance sentiment. on arms for Mexico was lifted: Bull Moose Party Dead. Physician Dies While Making Call. are Democrats Insisting yester Jordan, George Rouse, Clar But there Wilson Quoted. Simon e Dr. C. L. on prohibition, and de ence Stark, Frank Kiser, April 10. Senator Washington, Sebree, Ky., April 13. " Wo should stand, for genuine Miles Poindexter, of Washington, the Edwards, 51 years old, the claring that this year's platform Stlngley, all saloonkeepers, and Fired neutrality considering the surround- only progressive physician In Webster county, must contain a prohibition plank, Morrison, an employe of the egntneer- In the United He then held. ing facts of the case. announce himself died last night, two miles from town and that the party's candidates must ing department of Terrs Haute was States senate, will In that case because Carranza had a Republican when he arrives at his while making a professional call. He accept in good faith and solicit votes sentenced to six months In Marfea county Jail and fined $10. no ports while Hurta had them and home In Spokane soon. He will de- had taken a patient to on it, It was said to be the largest numwas able to Import these materials clare his purpose to run In the Re- in Evansvtlle yesterday morning, reSuppose, as now seems likely, the that It was our 'duty as a nation publican primaries as "a Progressive turning in the afternoon, and had at- county unit men win. "Mr. Bryan ber sentenced at one time In the looal Federal Court. to treat them (Carranza and Huerta) Depubllcan" for the United States tended church services at night. Afcould not participate in the cam Before sentence was passed. Judge upon an equality if we wished to senate next year.. ter- church he was called to the coun- paign without Incurring criticism, Anderson overruled motions for new- observe the true spirit of neutrality Senator Poindexter agrees "with try and left home in apparently good and maybe Injuring the Democratic as compared to a mere paper neu- most of his Progressive associates health. When he arrived at the ticket. He Is a prohibitionist, and trials, filed on behalf of 27 foaid guilty by juryy last Tuesday and to trality. that the third party is no longer home of his patient he was ill and Henry Wattcrson asserts that no "This conception of 'the true spirit serving any useful purposo and In told them to get another doctor. He Democrat can be- a prohibitionist. arrest judgement. Exceptions, were of neutrality,' If applied to the pres- many places, as in Washington state, gat down on a chair and expired In And Mr. Watterson, despite some re- taken to the court's decision. Notices of appeal were filed for 20 ent case, would lead to an embargo Is dividing the Progressive element a few minutes. He had twice been verses, is still a power In Kentucky convicted men who were sentenced of arms." to tho detriment of the general Mayor of the city, and was a promi- politics. to the penitentiary. Judge AndersottIn rcDly to published reports to cause. nent Mason and Knight of Pythias. In Indiana next year a full State said he would fix the appeal bond (he effect that American officials He will leave next Tuesday for He was a member of the BaptiBt ticket and a United States Senator the same as was fixed In the dynawere irruaiea ai mu Aoauuncuiueui. Spokane. His defection to the Re- church. He Is survived by his wife are to be elected Mr. Kern, to whom mite conspiracy case two years ago. of the Embassy's intention to make publicans blots out the Bull Moose and ono daughter. .Heart failure Is. Mr. Bryants much attached, will stand This was at a rate pt $10,000 for the memorandum public, Count von party in tho United States senate, j.'iven as tho csuse of his death. for a second term In the Senate, and each year of prison term given, RoBernstorff said tonight: and Is another evidence of the genof course Mr. Bryan will want to berts appeal bond being $60,000. Col. Roosevelt Denounces Woman's ".There is nothing unusual in the eral collapse of that movemeut. help,. Bujt the Hoosler rfemocrats As soon as sentence had been pass Pence Propaganda. publication as well as all the Amerie ed on all the courtroom was cleared Chicago, April 10. Publication of are not going to declare for can notes, that went to Berlin, inprohibition, and Mr. Bryan as and all spectators and defendants Wrong Man Released. the fact that Col. Theodore Roosecluding that regarding the Frye case, a prohibitionist might find stumping were taken in charge by United States Ottawa, Ont., April 12. Through velt had written a letter denouncing have been published. As to further in such circumstances a little awkdeputies. criticisms .that Germany had lu for- a clerical error the authorities of tho the woman's peace propaganda, ward. He would confront his pro- Marshal Storen and his They were served with lunch In the mer wars taken the same attitude penitentiary at Kingston, Ont., re- caused n sharp discussion among hibition deliverances wherever ho Fedoral building and later were tak as the United States in regard to leased from custody Thomas M. Ril- leaders of the movement here today. went. en to Jail. the Bale of ammunition to belliger- ey, serving a term for manslaughter, rThe letter reposed In the custody of There was no demonstration when What will be the loss to the I Thomas, secretary "of ents, I deslro to call attention to what on a pardon Intended for Thomas Mrs. William from this source? the sentences were passed, neither D. White, American Ambas- Riley also serving time for man- the Women's Peace Party, and she democracy Andrew remains, after eighteen years among the prisoners nor their rela sador to Germany, at the time of slaughter It vas announced AO.-- to- refused to allow Us publication. "Mrs. Jane Addams says sho sees of activity, fits party's most popular tives who crowded the courtroom. Aln War, said In night. Tho mistake was dlscotf.-e- d the exthough the crowd filled corridors of his autobiography In regard to a when v. tli'igymtu from London, Cut. no reason for secrecy about the let- and effective orator. Ho is, not cluding even the President himself, tho building very few wore allowed Spanish vessel which was reported received a letter from the freed Riley ter," Mrs. Thomas was told. g "Sho may have thought that when the strongest Individual force In the to enter the court room. by the American consul at Ham- now living In Evertbn Mo., Edward Holler, former chief of pohim for his efforts to pro- she sDoke. but now she agrees with party. Very many more men swear burg, to be suspected of being loaded . lice, of Terro Haute, was tho only Into that here were sentences In the by him than at him. wiiu guns lor use against mo umieu cure the pardon. But there are great numbers of one of the 89, who pleaded guilty to The clergyman had mado no ef- letter that It would be unwise to States in Cuba, Mr. Whito said: TnrAlptl Of. forts to procure Riley's release and make public," retorted Mrs. Thomas. Democrats who will not accept pro- receive a prison sentence. Mr. Dalley ' hanianml in tlm agree announced that four men, whose flee, and urged that vigorous steps started an inquiry which revealed "Although Col. Roosevelt has said he hibition even from him. They to have the letter with Mr. Watterson that prohibition sentences were reserved, would be bo taken, with the result that the that the pardon was for Thomas would be delighted pro- witness for the government trial of vessel, which In the meantime had Riley, servlug a seven year term for 'published, I think It unwise to make 1b repugnant to the record and fession of the democracy, and that Roy Sbattuck, Republican candidate left Hamburg, was overhauled and killing his wife at Hamilton, Ont., 'It public." the the Democrat who accepts the doc- for congress in the Fifth district and searched at the mouth of the Elbe, j and was granted on the ground of ( The missive,, which aroused Mrs. Gcorgo trine ceases by tho act to be a Demo- four other Republicans on a similar The German government might east- - t Riley's HI health. Instead It freed discussion was sent to indictments ly have pleaded, In answer to my Thomas M. Riley, serving a flfteon Rublee, of Washington. One report crat. Judge Anderson set the trial for A very lively time Is scheduled for request, that tho American Govern- -' year term for manslaughter for the had It that the Colonel said that paconstituted a both parties of the temperance Is- May 17. op killing of a bartender In London, cifists la general ment had generally shown Itself 'menace to the future welfare of the sue, and before this time next year posed to any such Interference with Ont. Osteopathy. some Republican of eminence as was announced that the Govern- United States." It the shipment of small arms to Dr. G. B, Dockery, whose oftce ia everyone knowB Col. great as Mr. Watterson enjoys on "Of course and had contended that It ment Intends to rectify the mtstakn may declare at Beaver Dam, will be la Hartford was not obliged to search vessels to by releasing Thomas Riley, aad at Roosevelt's views on militarism and bis side of the fence not wonderful that that no Republican can be a prohi- every Monday, Wednesday 'aad Frifind such contraband of war, but (hat the same time make an effort to peace, aad It Is make a gen- day of each week and will treat pathis duty was Incumbent upon the extradite Thomas M, Riley and com- he may have expressed himself bitionist.. Which will 97tf tients at their homes. ' to peace prop uine howdy-dstrongly' ia opposition pel him to serye out his time. belligerent nation concerned.' " GETSjIX ll -- $,-0- 00 - ' I y, chart-tabl- sea-to- I S-- State-Wid- best-kno- - - , - I Stato-wid- Mr.-Brya- e Spanish-America- thank-thankin- T o. MING FORCE ! A Nervous Wreck BANKERS ARRESTED BY DEPUTY MARSHAL m Calmer REPUBLICANS, Seeks To Make Us' Cat'S FaW. BtJ-Salo- I KL jB To Live JPpprnnn ' j W. B. Catching and McCalla Fitzgerald Taken Into Custody. Ky., April 10. Federal warrants were received here today by Deputy United States Marshall K. M. Young for the nrrest of McCalln Fitzgerald cashier and W. II. Catching, president of the First National Rank of London, which was closed by order of the Controller of the Currency April 2, 1914, because of I impairment of capital. Indictments were returned against Catching and Fitzcrgald In the Fulled States District Court at Covington charging false entries, yesterday, false reports and misappropriation of the hank's fund. Both men promptly executed bonds before United States Commissioner C. Moore for their appear- j George nnce at Covington for trial on Oc- tober IS. F. M. Harnett a prominent hardware merchant and farmer, sign- ' ed ns surety for Catching, nnd Fltz- gerald furnished surety In the per- o ln j son of T. G. Moren. a surance man aim ueaier in macuinery 'and farm implements and vehicles. Iloth men nre prominent nnd be- ilong to influential fafnlllcs. No man has been so active or closely identified with the development of London ns Catching, who has been for years rated as the wealthiest man in Laruel County. Fitzergald lias long been well and favorably known in banking circles, and until the bank's failure had never been accused of any misconduct. London. ! well-to-d- aaaaaaaClBm League Would Divide Republican Party To .Aid McChesney. Jtr. JN Is A Tonic and Strength Builder So Says M r 3 . Frank to nominate our Stroebe, n. P. for Governor and there Is D. 1, Appleton, so a rumor current that the Prohl-VitVo- n Wis. Her letter party lina made the statement reads: "I betran uslng Peruna n few months ngo when my'health an J !i1 it h going to control the Convention that Is to meet Mrength were nil gone, and I was nothing but a nervous wreck. Could Sri Lriington, June 15th and some of not sleep, eat or rest properly, and Mr. TJcChcsney's friends nre going felt no desire to live. ru ai-- t in putting It over. This has "Three bottles ot Peruna made ?,.1.1 itinntiltii. mo look at life In a different Unlit, Tim Prnlillit. It,...!, are go.ng to try to control J mecove took the convention because they want a ncariy f0Ur months, at the end of iSTzSoslde platform, thinking that by that time I was better than I ever I had a splendid . itorcini: the Ileiiulillcans to take the had been nerore. color and never welshed more In my itr.i, it will give them a lever to life. vicitIi cm the Democrats, should that "I certainly think Peruna Is v.th-oa rival as a. tonic and strensth vstztr hold a convention later on. has my and tkK friends of Jlr. McChesney think, builder,CharlesIt nrown. R.endorsement." R. 4, Box 75, Mr. should the Hepublicaus place a State-wii- $ Rogcrsvllle, Tenn , writes: "I have plank in their platform it tried many different remedies, but fx.(t 31r. McChesney's candidacy in have found that Peruna Is the ureat-eSloinnt'li Trouble Cured. tonlo on earth, and a perfect sysXajpast. Is it possible thnt Ed C. Mrs. II. (1. Cleveland. Arnold. Pa., tem builder." a".inr is into this deal? This plan is """ writes, "For some time I suffered .. ts ! carried out by having some I would have from stomach trouble. for Governor, and have sent letters . on the Resolution .ITaiiiliitloniat sour stomach and feel bloated after in as many counties as! to preachers and laymen advising eating. Nothing benefited me until jiew.Me when the Republicans meet "" ' voe t'iat v''a'- - wllile the fe I got Chamberlain's Tablets. After! delegates to the Lexington nalo end of that contingent say, that t , ie taking two bottles of them I wns. tl'oy see no reason for deserting Mr. M.TtflHon. Should they fall to get cured." For sale by all dealers, m of Uie Resolution Committee, 'Newman, another Statewlder. Sup-th.one of these gentlemen should some Prohibitionist is to offer Pse The Itnsliful .Man. from the floor of the he nominated (and both of them jay rh Many a man. and many a woman, are certain to be) the Proh:-.twjt.:nHon. We hope that the Kopub-- , Some Forms of Rheumatism Curable. for that matter, is pining In the of Kentucky will not he de- - unionists are morally bound, to Rheumatism is a disease charac- shades of single blessedness who port that candidate, because unlit by tills move. terized by pains in thc joints and in might have emerged Into the sunLexington convention is to be j Hi.' present Primary Law, one entc 'the The The most common they muscles. of matrimony long ago a 21f.julllcan Convention and it '"f the Prim-- r- promises to mt.M-or- : forms are: Acute and Chronic Rheu- shine been quick wittcd to seeif their had --ficaia be controlled by Republicans. " choice of the Primary, ..t:d if Scia enough to take adtnter the Primary and vote for matism, Rheumatic Headaches, All chance or bold they rte would respectfully but .id vantage when tic Rheumatism and Lumbago. saw It. Though Democratic ca:i.-i- i nczUj .reguest members of other po- - i 'iyi ne of types can be helped abso-- ! matrimony is n serious step in life. Governor, they are honor of these IKiwtl parties that unless they can, dates for lutely by applying some good llnl- - n has often Itoen brought about by sub- - , hound, and morally bound to suppo.v hontbtly and conscientiously nient that penetrates. An applica - n j(,ke. which. If one of thc parties scribe to tlie principles of the Re- - tlle Democratic nominee in November tion of Sloan's Liniment two or three had not been sufficient witty to per- yalAieaii party, they should go join even though the candidate should be times a day to the affected part will petrate, or the other had not been U .party having principles nearer Mr Stanley, Mr, Cherry, Mr. Bos-sb- give instant relief. Sloan's Liniment sufficiently smart to see nnd tako vorlb or Mr. McDermott on any old is good for pain, and especially Itheu- Jipart. and have the decency advantage of, the happy union would platform, whether it be ' tli Ui7 sliould attend the Republi- - Mmldry.f Under these conditions wet tnatlc Pain, because It penetrates to nevcr have taken place. wo or csjitonvention) to keep their mouths yor instance, n doctor who had the seat of the trouble, soothes the rtw:. The Republicans of Kentucky would like to ask our Prohibition aflllcted part and draws Uic. pain. i,ec attending a lady friend was on what right they have to be art tting together, they are "Sloan's Liniment is all medicine." i,cr recoverv asked what bis clinrcn together on the idea that it is playing in our back yard, after giv-- f Get a 23c bottle now. Keep it nauuj WOuld be. He replied that lie seldom tiEI a Republican year, that the i'S our Interviews to the public press in ease of emergency. " or never made a definite charge to d mailing our letters all over the V&txj is Koing to pursue a conserva- patient-iriendbeing well conState to stand by Mr. McChesney IStisincs Men Will Select the Next ills yo'licj, it is going to relieve the tent to leave the mntter not only to "burdens that are weighing and Mr Newman. If they are honest Stai National Administration,'' their own timo but to their own ZTa.t7 upon the taxpayers; the peo- - they are tied hand and foot to the It is In the air that American busi- faense of what was due. i lion-ji swe coming to that party for re-- , Democratic partv and could not ness men are resolved upon asserting "Hut are you not often very dls- es,ir; oifer us anything, however Tid if any man or set of men, their right to be represented in na- appointed with the result?" asked &fiull enter that Convention with much they might want to. We think tional affairs. In Washington circles, the lady. "I may say that I never y other idea in view, he or they. (If they will allow us to suggest) the as sot forth by the correpsondont of am," said the doctor. .us V.e case may be, should be mark- - thing they should have done would the Xew York journal of Commerce, "As yoa are so easily pleased, here, lojal ll3V0 been to gathered their crowd the feeling is general that the next then," said the lady giving thc docvtS .y more than 200,000 of the State, and given ""d hunched them In a body and gone Administration is going to be select- tor her empty right hand, while she tft understand, that this it, no time, to the Republican and Democratic ed by business men. kept concealed a check for a hand- :.dlshness. The Republican par- - Parties and said to them "Here is In the Middle West, according to 80me amount n the other hand tff will not btand for outside in- -, our crowd, we will give this many the correspondent of the Philadel"How easily I could havo taken rjnencts. emissaries from other po- - votes to the party offering us the phia Ledger, business men are or- you in," she said a moment later, "est bargain." then they would have ganizing for thc campaign of 1910 IKicnl parties, attempting to transfer laughing in thc doctor's face and la lie Republicans that are in league "con in a position to trade, they and are intending to become a lead- showing him thc check.. j wo"ld have had something to trade ing factor in the events and results i&Or troubles to the Republican par- "On the contrary," said the docy. will meet, wo Imagine, a warm,0"- - ,,ut ns u ls the' have Bne to of next year. tor, "you only succeeded in drawing , "Jockey Street" once too often. We rfctpttnn. If there are certain par-Root lias me out. Don-- t insult mo with a check, in New ork tp in the State claiming to he Re- - would like to see the Republican, who been telling the men of big business t am generously rewarded and could picilJcans that are in league with after reading their interviews and that the time has come for them to wish nothing better." And he looked nO.tr political nartles. who are work- - .and letters, that would want to trade assert the right of business men to down at tho empty hand which ho w,ith them In this election. The only ,do las; to undermine the Republican parbusines without being hampered i,ad refused to relinquish. Such a ts. I hey will be found out and they way you could trade would be on hon- - land crippled by the hostile legisia- - piul nlnt could scarcely be mlsun- wiK be shown up in. their true col- - or ana ir tney are nonorauie tney tlon and the proclivl- - Ucrstood. jts. This will be a Republican year, "re gone from us this time. The Re-i- f j ties of the present Federal Govern- - j A Iady wltli a fine flguro having Hiples nnd traitors are detected publicans would have to deliver their ment tukeu a fancy to a ring which she goods first and trust to their honor In Jjioe. In Louisiana thc reputable busl- - saw ticketed in a fancy shop window VU: have no interest in the fight t0 deliver theirs in November, for men. regardless of previous party af- went isid0 to examine it, fyiius on in tho Democratic party. We them to do that would be to go back filiations aro forming plans which it Js exceedingly lovely I wish t"e,r interviews and leters. .not which one of their candl- look toward the rescue of that State !i. wprn mine." sbn said on s.itlHfvlnir Judge O'Rear delivered to them from the blighting con&equences of ihuir, U placed at tho head of their herself. "What smaller figure will ' ttaet. Neither do we care who the first and what they did for him in .Free-Tradtempt you? November was a plenty. ProliJuJUonlstH nominnte. We are not In Florida, where the business of ..No othCr figuro than tho flguro lRlTiwted in their fight, they have' If there ever was a candidate growing fruit and vegetables for the before mo." ho bald giving he an one plank In their platform, that deserved their united support, market has been practical- - j ,nrlng look ut tho bumo time. "It Is and we do not want that one in ours. It was Judge O'Rear. If there ever ly ruined by the free llbt of the i0Vely. I wish I could W. learned to our borrow in 1911 was a candidate that failed to get iierwoou larui sentiment is develop- - tempt you with tho ring." Ihi the Prohibition voto is nn tin- - their support it was Judge O'Rear. Ing that bids fair to work important ..j tlllnk nl tako u.. B,10 8al(li main iuantlty. We adoijted the Republicans of Kentucky, this is one changes In tho polltlcbof that iayB down the money amid blushes. pbllnrm they wanted, we nominated time wr should all be standpatters. State. a member of the IIouso of Ilnnrn- thtt inndidato they nsked for, and In Stand Ly the Countr Unit, as you In wool, live Bentatlves hud been paying attention In Texas Free-Trad- e November 90 per cent, of them vot- did in 1P07 and 1911. stand for it stock and other farm products has to a y0Ung ludy for u long timo and ed the Democratic ticket along with triorccnicnt, uut ueyoiiu mat V" embittered biuai uuijiui'in ui men had taken her to attend tho House 3 per cent, of tho whiskey vote, 'sliould not go. Do right and the who navo nitiicrto voted tho Demo- until sho was well pouted in tho nnd all of the Democrats. world will respect you. Do not go erotic ticket, and the situation is rules. On tho last day of tho session, A man with one eyo and half Into any deal with the whiskey men, ripe for revolt from the political ma a8 tilty cnmo out ho bought her a n w.vi(f ought not to want to repeat nor with tho Leaguer, hut chine that operates blindly, always bouquet of flowors and said to her: the 1911 Slium Rattle. stand by what ls right, and challengo for a party and never intelligently "Muy I offer you my handful of "J'luie Is not a leading Democratic tho world to combat, and you will for tho best Interests of the people. flowers?" liar it In the State that is advocating bo nblo to read your titles clear In In practicaly every State In tho replied promptly: tt)wide Prohibition, notwithstaud- - November. Your majority will be Union in tho South as well as in the Shomove to amend by omltlng all "I its-the fact thut two candidates for too large to contest, and you cau North, there are signs of positive and tho word ttavornnr have announced on that look your fellow man In the face aggressive activity among business after blU8hluglyhand." Ho seconded the amendjiraiforifl. Nothing would give our with a clear conscience. Green men in tho assertion ot tho princlplo ment and they adopted it unanillwiu) era tic friends moro delight River Republican. that "business has rights which poli- mously. '.thiui to bee tho Republicans embark ticians are bound to respect." A cure for Sour Stonuirli. via the dibasterous sea ot Statewide Tho influence of busines men In Prohibition, in order to send us on Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Rattle politics was plainly visible' In tho rhc rocks In November, and our Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been congressional elections of 1914. This friends, who betrayed us in trubled with indigestion, sour stom- was notably truo In Pennsylvania, Tor lafiuita and Children. 3311, would bo delighted to act us ach and bad breath. After taking where, in spite of some disadvanKM YMHivt Always BweM pall bearers tit the funeral two bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets tageous conditions, among them a tt.v leaders of tho Prohibition I am well. These tablets are splen- "Progressive" candidate whose only Bears the (the mule end of it) have did none better." For sale by all function was, or possibly could be, Wgnatuitfof declared for Mr. McChesney dealers. ni the division of the Republican vote Is can-rll2tc , Ji. Palmer, a Michigan JJ, ut nominee who stood specifically for the industrial and business Interests of the Commonwealth wns elected by and overwhelming majority. Pennsylvania's business men showed what could ho done when buslncs men decided lo lake a hand in politics. It Is time thnt the politicians were taught tho Bamo lesson all over the country; timo that business men came to tho front and by their votes and their influence and their active participation in political nffalra disputed tho assumption of political demngogues that it Is n crhna to do business nnd make money. Rut if tills result Is to he nccom- pllshed, If the right to employ labor pay wages and do business Is to ho established and maintained, tho business men must get busy. They must do things. It is not enough that they should merely ndvise nnd request. They will have to get Into politics bodily. When It comes to clindsi ig delegates to convention." they sliould themselves go as delegates and not send substitutes. If, for example, the Republican Nation- n, convention of 191G should he more jtIlnn ,,n,f lna(ic,p f business men, wo,,,, ,)0 ,,, ,)(lst thllB t,,.u C()l(, llappcn for thc pnrly ,,,, for tlle country. Thoni' lmlec(, t wolI(, pr()Ve truo that Amerlcan business men arc to select the next natlonui Admlnistra- .ion long-standi- the senatorial joooo 3 ftftsaftaaA5,si & 4? QUICK Meet all Trains at TRANSFER! Beaver Dam 0 Three Good Automobiles I 1 ? and Hartford i 19 4? ? 4) 41 4? 49 IInvo udded u largo now car and wo aio now batter equipped to handle our patronage than ov- 0 er ho lore. Will rent cars on Sunday? and oilier days at ro.Hoimblo prices. Spood regulated to i satisfy customers. Nomu tho place and tho pace i and wo will do the lest. & 4? 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 IN CONNECTION ti WITH OUR LIVERY BUSINESS i l i Cooper & Company Ky. 0 41 Hartford, W99999ee999W9999W999V9W9999999i st OM-mitte- ESss&iifT The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get S895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build intcerity into every Allen -ct ii AS Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen Alien 37 t'-p- B sup-wxiii- td I -- ear-thP- V 34 i trr s, Tt automobile. 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Caldwell County is probably no ex MOBILIZATION CAMP ception to the general rule through out the country there Is no reason why it should be and this being SS'5HI r jJBHFSy3J3Pr'Mjl w12 tho case, the bank figures refute President Wilson's statement and show a wonderful falling off In deposits by the people. The statements of the fifteen banks of this country for a corresponding period of last year showed the people of Caldwell County had deposits aggregating $2,028,181.88; this year the same banks show deposits aggregating only $1,913, 17G. 17 a decrease of $115,005.71 for the county. If every county throughout the nation shows a decrease so little as half as much, the depreciation should be sutnclent to convince even the President that there's just a litstagnation. Kingston (Mo.) tle Mercury. A '' $.grv W&HrrHl vMv--- !.J , ,'!. m Prosperity. 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They carry guns says a London cable. of Submarines. with very rapid fire and capable of One of the men noticed a disturbmortally Injuring, at a considerable ance of the water just beyond the Rural Club Entertains. any submarine showing it- - end of his fishpole. He shouted to dltance, The Ladies Rural Culb of Washingthinking that a his companions, Eeligiotis Services Arc Held At self on the surface." ton neighborhood commemorated the shark or some other big fish had The Kulser at Church. i, Resurectlon of Christ Sunday April tne Kaiser's tt A description of religious services been entangled in his lines. All four 4 th. with a bountiful Easter dinner held at the Kaiser's Great Head- had their eyes glued to the spot, being spread W. M quarters, and attended by the Kaiser when a submarine emerged a few at many Lakes.Table delicious eatables togeth- with himself, was given out by the Ger yards away. A door in the top opener with a great number of eggs. man Information Service. Hie au- ml niul n eliicrln fipml nnnp.nrfld tar n wero a food number of mem- Count Revenlow, in tho Berlin wlth-'Ther, minute or two. Then the head is Ludwlg Tangeszeltung, describes a "submar- thor of the article ". """'1 """ ",c" --- the Bavarian writer and drew, tho door was closed and the day was pleasantly spent by all. ine hunt" by British destroyers as . craft sank slowly out of sight. friend of the Kulser, Gang-hofer- 's present were: follows: 'story which is a translation from As soon as the fishermen regained Those light-foote- d torpedo boats Rev. S. F. Wallace and family, O. "The took off their T) 'TlMoln.. o.i.l Munich Neuesto Nachrlchtcu, their senses they fnrllv T.nttmil T.nfrn cither cruise nt definite distances the clothes and put on life preservers, reads: mm uuno anu ioiuh,, from each other or they lie still, U1IU liwmiv, "In this little city which harbors In case their boat, barely large Ike Shown and family, Henry Ca- tho same dlbtauces. Kach of the Gerat Headquarters, a largo nHnnnli In linnet n onlt ina nMnrtlrn,! steel and family, G. P. Jones and them, however, exercises all tho tlmo room has been transformed into a The wind being dead for the moment family, Tu nn extremely careful control of that J. II. Travis and family, Bar- church, and here Divine services are they rowed for the shore, where they , Beetlon of the bea uppolnted for It. 'nett T nsley and wife, of near Beav- held for the Kaiser and tho garri- informed the life guards of their jer Dam; Missis Cllffie Tinsley, Ma- The moment that a periscope of a cn,,C" surface, son of the headquarters. bio McKernon. Marie McCoy, Beaver submarine appears above the "It is the hour for service. Tho Harden Hajs .Mines AVIII Circle Etta Wallace, Clara Wallace, it Is fired nt. or else a torpedo boat large room is filled with rows of ,a'11, which happens to he favorable placed Messrs. Almon Tinsley, Domon Tins- soldiers of tho line, reserves, and Maximilian Hurden in his latest Tinsley, Corbet Lake, for tho maneuver leaps at top speed strong, sturdy figures lecture at Berlin on the course of iey, Hubert subma- Landsturn nondy Lake, Ellis Allen, Ray Ashley, toward the point where tho with heavy, calm, bearded faces, and V. Trogden, Nokley Jones, and R. rine has appeared, Its object being also the small cavalry troops of tho the war said: ad"Our chief enemy, England, has, Lake. Making a total of fifty. to ram the submarine before tho which is ONE PRESENT. versary has seen It or has time to royal guard, regiments formed from all It Is true, not yet received any morcavalry of the various tal wound, but the greatest danger ves- the dive deep enough to enable the German States. Fire At Smith Mills. is threatening her from our submasel to glide over It. Ky.. April 10. For "In their pews officers and must- - rines. As soou as we have succeeded Henderson, attempt to ram Is n "Even If the failure, tho enemy's destroyers In- - clnns stand awalutlng the Emperor, In extending the radius of action the fourth time In twelve months the crease their watchfulness, on tho A command Is given, and the click of the four bigger submarine types little city of Smith Mills was visited ground that he Bubmnrlne must ot the soldiers' heels sounds like a they can be used for lavish laying of by n disastrous fire this morning, entailing a loss of approximately $15,- somewhere to "low of Iron. On tho board floor next mlnes. sooner or luter come tilt surface to get Its bearings. That sounds the quite hut steady tread of "On that day the Island kingdom GOO, with $8,000 Insurance. The orl- -bUko man. Through files of sol wlll find Itself surrounded by a new gin of the fire Is not known, but is bohi particularly the case In waters clrcle of mines and her mastership of .lleved to have started from a lighted where there Is a great deal of mer diers the Kaiser strides to his pew. "The Emperor's face Is serious, the sea will be at an end. In every- cigar thrown into a wooden box conchant shipping. Owlnir to the narrow range of vl- - calm, reverent. His eyes are raised thing Germany can have confidence. taining sawdust and used as a cusAfter eight months of tremendous pidor. slou of the submarine through Its upward. The fire was first discovered by "The organ, assisted by eight struggle, It Is true, it Is not standing periscope, compared with the range Orvlng Rapp, who gave the alarm. A bridge trumpeters, peals forth the music of as conqueror, but its power is of Its own visibility from the shower of rain earlier in the night Of a destroyer, ll IS quite pustiiuiu iuu uiieuius uymu, uiiu uii'ii iviiup spot, lain Gons, who has the venerable ap- Last August Germany had build- - probably saved tho town from de- for a destroyer to reach tho travellng at full speed, before tho pearance of an ecclesiastic of tho ing five submarines of tho type U- - struction. of 800 tons displacement, a Those who lost by tho flames were miliinarlno In turn can sight tho 'seventeenth century, steps up to the .25-3i i surfnee speed of 10, and a radius of, Walter P. Keelau, stock of grocer- altur. destroyer and dive for safety. "A. nlo,i Iiviiiii nn.lr oii.nlla ' KOO nr infill mlloa Til nilllltlnn 1(1 Inn (ID 1)00 wltll $110(1(1 11R11 rilllCO t "It follows necessarily that sub torpedo tubes two for- - G. W. Powell, store building, $5,000 marines should show themselves as from 2,000 throats la a mighty wave, four of .thrilling all who hear. It vibrates j ward and two aft this typo carries with $2,000 Insurunce; C. A. Allen, little as possible on tho surface barber shop supplies and clothing the fervor or fulth. The hymn two largo disappearing rapld-flr- o tho water. Recently It has beon auburn- - ends, nnd we are now to hear tho 'guns capable of firing shells either and laundry, $G00 with no Insurance, peatedly stated that German Tho burned buildings will bo re- direct or at high angle, and two -) rlnes havo summoned British or sermon. sermon ended and another pounders. To this type belongs the placed. ordered 'The French steamers to stop and uy uapi. uieui. commnnueii tho crow to leavo the vessel uy sig- - hymn Having ueen sung, everiiung Fui-n- i For Sale. Weddlgen, formerly of the U-which nal or megaphone. That Is doubtless grows perfectly quiet. Eighty acres of good land contain"There Is no shuffling of feet, no had sunk six merchantmen up to but it Is exceedingly dan-- ( humane, clearing of throats, but nhsoluto si- - March 29, when her loss was re- - ing dwelling, barn and other genius, und may bo even suicide. bltuated on Hartford and "Destroyers so far off, or In such lence. The Kaiser has risen and bus ported. tt typo with Its radjus Rockport road. Well and spring on The a sub- - taken his helmet from his head. His vliglit us to ho vlsaule from marine, may be lurking or may noto face is happier, his eyes nro brighter of 2,500 or 3,000 miles may be In- - farm. Church and schoolhouse near. or address tho meeting of submarine and steam- - than when be came. With his face eluded In tho "four bigger subnia- For price, terms, etc call BARNETT & SON, Agts. may rapidly approach two raised to the cross the Emperor rlno types ' mentioned by Herr liar er and Hartford, Ky. however, that 34tf ot hidden perhaps behind the pruys in 6llence. while outside tho den. It is known, SIDELIGHTS the merchantman may to the submarine. 'The torpedo boat is rine's worst enemy. They n all waters. Thero are 1 Cold. When you have a cold you want the best medicine obtainable so as to get rid of it with the least possible delay. There are many who con- slder Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 'unsurpassed. Mrs. J. Boroff, Ellda.l Ohio, says, "Ever since my daughter Ruth was cured of a severe cold and i cough by Chamberlain's Cough Rem- edy two years ago, I have felt kindly disposed toward the manufacturers of that preparation. I know of nothing so quick to relieve a cough or cure a cold." For sale by all m dealers. kate. Kentucky United States Senators. 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Kfee Hartford Republican. ,We want the kind which wo used to .have, that we can see and feel and, twenty-fou- r hours to tho day. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS wc wnnt It distinctly understood that wo arc In favor of prosperity no matter how It may come, but we doubt whether Mr. McAdoo's Hank tixnnil-ncr- s SPIES WRECK GREAT PLANT Contained ,.... Meat For Use Allies Armies. Foreigners Seen Fleeing Prom! Be- - frobiKTll'frii Kansas City, Mo., April 12 -- An cxplositlQu of dynamite or nltroglyc- - i vjii.i, i'iuiiii;u ujt njui's, juilll' ra,t wrecked tho beef storage house of the Cudahy Packing company In Kansas City. More than 1,000,000 pounds of dressed beef, which was destined for the armies of the European allies, is believed to bo destroyed. Tho damago to thc building and contents Is estimated at $7G0,000. Oliver Bennett, an employe, and t Patrick Lyons, fireman were blown 50 feet. They may die. Four other ' men were injured seriously. Refrigerator cars on a switch track beside the building were mash- Taft and Koosevelt met and shook i reppntlv. I.nnks Hkn the rpst ufacturers and American Investors ed flat by the falling walls. hnnrln Three unidentified foreigners were !W,U lose U votcs ,n every Congress of us can afford to do likewise. seen necmg lrom the building a ional district in tne nation. "Fortunately for the country there few seconds before the explosion. When the regional bank bill was Investigation has been followed up for passage in Congress It was Is no chanca for a Democratic vic- said it would be a powerful weapon tory next year. The country is against by a statement from the head of the in the hands of officials' who had its leaders, alid recognizes that it lias Kansas City Detective bureau to the enemies to punish. Is this about to neither convictions nor principles effect that clows indicate thc wreckspies unfavorbe exemplified, first, in the oas.; of while dominated by its present man- ers were European the Rlggs National Dank at Washing- agers. The party was defeated last able to the allies. year in nearly every Important State A fire which burst out in thc same ton City? in the Union, and it is weaker with building several weeks ago and did Mr Stanley says it is known that every' day that passes. It repudiated several thousand dollars worth of he is opposed to "Corruption in elec- Its promise of 1912. It cannot be be- damage, was declared at the time to tions." Think of the help ho might lieved in 1916. Republican victory be of incendiary origin. have been to the people of Louisville, is assured by the votes of hundreds no That there was absolutely who have been robbed at almost of thousands of former Democrats. natural cause for this evening's exevery election for ten years, if he had plosion, Superintendent Hale, of thc only lifted his powerful voice for the Finding a New Paramount. Cudahy company, admitted. There jiurity of the ballot. Secretary Bryan's recent activity were no gas pipes, gas tanks, ammoin behalf of prohibition does not in- - nia tanks or any other tanks of ex;Becretary Bryan about to spring ;d,cate guch a Hve,i,lntereBt ,n thc plosives in the building. National Prohibition on us to cover Tho beef house was 2G0 by 300 Uon of that as m, lu opthe failure of this administration, pear at flm bIu, Nhe dc feet and had six stories and a basea he did the free silver question at gred t0 3,000 In it were stored ote proh)bItlon he would ment. the Close of the Cleveland adminis-,ndressed beeves. There were also quan- ,t dQwn we Jhe mon tration? The issue of National pro- - ment of the Democratlc party There t'tles of lard, sausage, pork and MWtlon won't clothe the naked and is a constantly-growin- g majority of other grades of meat. The plant was feed the hungry, any more than free American electors who have decided at East Kansas Avenue and tho Kaw silver did. that one might as well try to "gather river. The explosion apparently took figs' of thistles" of the grapes of thorns or Mr. McCombs, chairman as to try to get any good out of the place In the center of the north side Democratic National Committee, says of the building, probably on thc ed one. "He's a scab, that's all!" next day exactly tho same thing In a community which has been honDemocratic Its happened in the same place at a eycombed with corruption. the Chicago election is not to be tak- nowadays is party.serve chief function second floor". bellowed a second. to as a horrible en JJS a rebuke to the Wilson Admin-- , Across Randolf street for a block Thompson meeting. In view of the doubt as to fedjgV iteration. That the unprecedented example Air. Aryan's real purpose At thc big political headquarters Jurisdiction, the opposite sidewalk down into the tho state authpr'lilts .Man's Body Found on Trot Line. is to help tho Democratic party out Republican plurality was due to local street was packed with another mob other things of somewhat the same should bring immediate criminal acBowling Green, Ky., April 13. rAnHltlnns. What If IT had pnno ,of its present sorry predicament. He The body of A. C. Chapman, better made up of Sweitzer partisans. From complexion were to be seen. Mascu- tion against all the defendants. All largely Democratic? Would not Mr. has Plckeed out Prohibition as his known as were In supreme the evldenco has been' gathered and "Lum" Chapman, a weal both sides rose a. conflicting tumult line politicians Paramount. His partiality .for charge. But each had opened sub- is in record form. It would "niakeiLe McCorabs have claimed it as an" of unintelligible yells. or an men. thy and prominent farmer of Clark's doreement of the administration poll paramounts is Known Through it all the lady with the sidiary headquarters for women work of the state prosecutor'at Ttm But he is notionatc about them. He landing, this county who disappeared voters tics? Haute very light. Tho matter should never uses one more than owce. His suddenly from this city Saturday megnaphone stood close to the build"Ves," said one of tho cynical not bo delayed until the federal aping In front of the Thompson headApril 3, was found on a trot-lin- e in Kentucky is In debt more than ' "rst was free silver. His next was Barren river this morning by Cal quarters and bleated Impotcntly malo chiefs. "We've got two head- peal Is decided. Such delay might coupled with three million dollars. The debt is In- -, through her huge mouthpiece. One quarters for the ladles. We put them result In witnesses dying or moving at the rate of 1230,000 per militarism. The next campaign he Rector and Presley Duncan about at opposite ends of tho building, away or being spirited awhy. Tho of a mile from the had to be within two feet to being miffed by the Parker month. Thieves have been able, we sulked, because thc two old girls we've got offenses were so grave that state penthe words. & N. bridge where they had been are told, to steal $300,000 from the telegram supplementing the St. Louis L "We want Big Bill! We want Big charge of them would pull each oth- alties might well be addedllo those special penitentiary fund in broad Platform. He mounted the govern-da- y fishing. An ugly gash was found tn er's hair out If they ever met. ' Judge Anderson will impose, Bill!" llut. paramount, but was his head. light, without apprehension. The Not tho bravest man In Chicago tho chief reason for state proseriw'ou Men forcing their way through the Chapman was sixty-on- e years old auto tax fund has been systematic- - j forced to dismount by his Southern stopped and looked at her and would dare to criticise, no matter is the possibility that the foilunil' ally robbed and no conviction could friends long before the Denver con-b- e and cann: to this city witli his nitre Jam smiled. It was railcr like secng how mildly, any of the manifold man- convictions may como to naught, on' Miss Bessie Snell, and li. tho evenhad. A Democratic paper asks, vention. That convention gave birth one's aunt leaning up against the ifestations of feminism. But perhaps legal grounds. Gov. Ralston owes It tl f a HUer of paramounts, bank guar-fo- r ing had wandered away. A reward "will some of the various candidates a newspaper reporter may venture the reputation of his of $200 had been offered for his re bar in a saloon. state and party State offices please drop the anteo and a fixed percentage rule for She would not be worth notice to set down some of the things ho to Insist on vigorous state prosecucovery, whether dead or alive, by grading trust ueing tne most State wide Prohibition Issue a few saw particularly h nco he is nlan- - tions of theso defendants, who, acwhile they suggest some splclous. Next campaign ho posed his relatives and $5 by coroner Pot- but for tho fact that during the week ulng to go out of town Immediately. or lrratatlonal Hysteria which precording to the proof, committed om remedy for this condition of affairs?" !is tho savior of the Democratic party ter, which will be given Rector and ceded election day she was many of tho gravest conceivable crimes Here is a remedy. Turn the rascals from the hideous error of nominating Duncan. To the Public. times multiplied. She may stand as against tho state, affecting Its very man for whom the Nebraska the 4 out. Having bought out Black & 's foundation. Globo Democrat. Democrats had instructed him o A Story or tho Recent Chicago Cam- a typo of a surprisingly largo class. Livery, Transfer and Freight Tho first mayoralty campaign In paigns. Secretary McAdoo was the latest vote. I kindly solicit your pa She wap a woman approaching which women voters participated business, A. 8. of K. Notice. selection from the Cabinet to an-- ) Early tn his political career Mr. tronage. Prompt attention given to All members of tho A. S. of E. Ilr nouce "prosperity." The Secretary Bryan stumped Nebraska, for the middle age, with touches of silver in somehow failed to develop the reall orders. goodstandlng who arc wanting binInvented a new scheme to make it j Democratic ticket, on a platform in her hair. She was well but not ex- fining and elevating influence which When you como to Hartford bo der twlno are requested to aen I in real, lie instructed the several favor of the license system. At divers pensively dressed. Her face was thc sex was expected to exert. Jook sure to stop at my stable for feed your orders to tho C. Sec. Henry It was at tne down town meet- or hitch. hundred National Bank Examiners times ho has camnalcned in other gentleand there were soft lines in S. E. BENNETT, at ouco wo havo some y&t throughout the country to report to states where the liquor question was it which seemed to indlcata u ing of a club organized and presided 3714 Hartford, Ky. attractive prices to offer. him on business conditions. There paramount, hue even questions from thoughtful mind. She was standing over by a woman that the nearest apm HENRY M. PIRTLE Sec. in front of the proach to a real riot broke out. And were two unsurmountablo reasons the audience could not elicit a state- on tho sidewalk It is a good thing the English navy why these reports were likely to be ment from him as to his views of pro- Thompson headquarters on Randolph women partisans took a leading part people are setting those submarine street close up to tho building. In in tho yelling, catcalling and gener- nets out of this Jurisdiction. favorable, even optimistic. In the hibition. Even last fall, while Tho HlKh.Hred Trotting StalHim. Fish first place it would have cost the Job campaigning in Ohio, vain efforts to both hands she c(.ii()ieil a big al disorder which prevented either and Game Warden Sam Riley would men or women speakers to make arrest the "whole push." of any of them to have sent any get an expression were made. We do She was trying hard to make her- themselves heard from the stage. other kind of report at this time. In not insinuate that ho Is not at heart -' When one sees a woman of dignithe 6econd place a man who is draw- for prohibition. But wo do main- self heard above the wild storm of Indiana Vote Frauds. ing 13,000 per year, paid monthly, tain thut his record shows that, his sound, but the voice which came fied presence and cultivated appearThe Jury In tho United States without any question or discount, Is j chief concern is for tho Democratic from tho trumpet was neither shrill ance greeted with torrents of hisses Court at Indianapolis has found all not expected to notice tlie plncli of party. Practical friends of prohtbl nor overloud. It sounded like a vast- and Insults from the frenzied lips of the twenty-seve- n defendants charg hard times like some poor coal miner tlon try to keep it from becoming a ly exaggerated coo. both men and other women, when ed with a conspiracy to corrupt the "Everybody vote for Thompson. one sees her finally driven from the general election whose mine has long ceased to run, partlf.au Issue. Tho prohibition party at Terro Hauto or some discharged railroad or fac- lias only one trophy to show, after We want Big Bill! We want Big platform with no chance of speaking guilty, under the law and tho evtory employe. Now, we all want that forty years' existence. St. John did Bill." a word, one Is tempted to retire to idence Tho prosecution was under a The whole sidewalk for a block some quiet spot for a moment and peculiar federal statute, which was wave of prosperity, so long over due, beat Blaine In New York. But tho and which has been so many times party now casts a negligible vote. It was swarming with a shifting, Chang- meditate on what it all means. appllcablo only becauso a member of Announced, but It cannot be talked is usually six weeks after an election ing mass of yelling people, old and When one watches a venerable Congress was chosen at tho election young of both sexes. Four young men lady, with snowy' hair and gracious at which th frauds took place. There in. It must have some real exls- - j before anybody learns tho exact which can make itself felt by ures. And Its votes has been smallest their hands on each other's should- presence, trying to quell the tumult are many lawyers who question tho people who aro drawing no largo in the states that have adopted tho ers, walking In lock step, came by waving a flag and almost dancing Judgement, of tho court, and, no ROBERT RULER worming their way through the In tho same rhythm, while 1,200 doubt, its validity will be tested on Will make salary from the government. If tho most rigorous antlllquor laws. the season of 1915 at really desires tq get an sequently the shrewdest advocates of crowd. Tho leader yelled through a shrieking men and women order her appeal. While press reports from Dr. Bean's stable. Hartford. Ky. expression from over the country, prohibition have chosen a different megnaphone. to sit down and chase herself, one time to time mentioned remarks of Service fee $10.00 to Insuro mora from which to make a prediction as course. They must be praying that "One! Two! Three! Four!" he remembers his old grandmother and tho presiding Judge to which excep-'wlt- h foal, !Not responsible for to whether properlty is here now, or tho Democratic party will not kill counted. Then, with an extra head makes a feeble effort to blush. were taken, his instructions to cidents. Robert Ruler is three One is almost tempted to pick that the Jury appear to have been fair, years old, coal black,':lu Jiut how many miles out Jt may be their issue by adopting it. (Jlobe of steam "What's the matter with hands playing on the road let him havo tho Democrat, Sweitzer?" dicarded and discredited old relic The chief question is tho applicable high, is a beautiful high-bre- d horse ' traveling salesmen send In telegrams, I An automobile full of Thompson once known as masculine chivalry ty to the statute to such a case. Incl- - and a descendant of 4 ' the fauiouk wo, would enthusiasts stoml nt llm o1fm nt Hm out of tho scrap head and see how dentally, there are prosecutions of Kentucky Ruler. Robert Ruler wsV If this is not satisfactory Fur Sale. curb. At the challenge they leaped on i many people would recognize it. be willing for him to liave each1 One carload of Lime unquestioned validity growing out sired by Major Black, registered, d Democratic County Chairman In tho barrel, net weight, at $1.10 per bar- - tho seats and raised their megna- Tho first riot was at a Sweitzer of tho conduct of ono of tho defend-- . First dam Kittle nuler. reentered. phones. meeting. By way of being entirely ants and outside friends whose sue- United States send in a report and rel. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., DR. L. 11. BEAN, "Sweitzer, the Irish Kaiser!" yell- - impartial it may be said that the ccssful issue would be very salutary The Produce Merchants. Jwe these reports published. Now, 39t4. Hartford, Ky.v es six-stoJ of Democratic Authority. The Washington Post, a leading IlnlDff LochIk an't N'otlrpti 10c per line nud 8c Democratic newsoaper, and a news- fur line lor mob utlillllonul Insertion. Obltnntlf,llwiiliitloninn.ll,Mrili)fThinkf.iclpal,cr vllicll Supported Mr. WIlSO'l pr lln munej- In minion. In Iiin race for the Presidency, nua Irp frrp, lint ottrr Jhurili NntliTO tor Jtlred In the chorus Cf nllUSC, In a bnrrlindTfrtlfrmntii..V.Tlln'. no recent edltoral the Post said: win mt-lrAnourmoiiH cuiniuanirutioiii j ttntinn "Reopubllcans can now rest sat isfied as to the results upon the TE12PKOITEC. which will be presented to tho CarQ"eGilo.i-.- i ...... cs electors In 1910, for, with Mr. Wll-So- n X"OLrm.oro' IIVLtuail as the candidate, there can bcW successful dodging by the party In Kill DA V, APRIL 1(1. power of those Issues, no covering i up or avoidance of the record which Huerta is with us again, but he .thousands of Democrats arc ashamed has given no Indication that the sa-nli which hundreds of thousands lute is to be given. i0( Democrats will repudiate by their votes In 1016. As the days go by tho chances for ,. T. fftM ,, nnrfv opposition to the nomination of Ed.l upon ,. fnpf tta fnllllpn tn nrn. Morrow grow less. , tcct American workingmen, Amori- ddim rrqtiMt. ftpf-- dcfltltiK tlit- - trnperfoiit to b new mott plvc the uUI HiMren In 'linking thr a Scene Few Seconds fore Explosion. The product of (he Queen Quality factory is worn by over a million women each season. It is the largest factory devoted to the manufacture of Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords in this country. QUEEN QUALITY Oxfords in all the new styles and all leathers are at your service at this Store. You will;like our showings in these new Oxfords at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00. We will be glad to show them to ,,,. I you. The more conservative Oxfords in neat common sense styles, as well as old ladies' comforts, can be had at $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50. Our Oxfords for the Misses and children are as attractive as the market affords and the Quality and price are in perfect harmony. All your family Shoe necessities can be supplied in our Shoe Department. m E. P. Barnes (& Bro. ot Beaver Dam, Ky. I en-'ne- anti-ereasl- three-quarte- rs sh ment-ownersh- lp rrr7z Blrk-head- he-w- as meg-naphon- e. JnR.k ' flg-ten- ce ry uc-tlo- ns 150-poun- Korrect Sljape L. i - rtcutTcrr wTHOE FOR, MEN I H 4f VIEW THE Jl" ' v lK V JC EXPOSITION - IN COMFORT v Vl Af xr 1 . Vai xH c--frw 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 'FAIR & CO., Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, APRIL 10. - Exposition, you should wear "Korrect Shape" shoes. The Fair Dealei s. i Manhattan Shirts. CO. all-Wo- ol ILER & BLACK. See our $3.50 Slippers. HUB CLOTHING CO. Loose Mince Meat SO GOOD! ILER & BLACK. Remember Sunday, April, 25th Is N Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. Sunday School rally day. Ar. Ellmitch .. 1:04 a. m. ' Crossett ShoefTantTsilppers. HUB CLOTHING CO. Mr. R. E. Lee Slmmcrman returnK. It. R. TIME TAIUjK. M., II. H ed from Owensboro Saturday. South Bound, No. 115 S:45 a. m. Due at Hartford Jumbo and'Swein'ickles. North Hound, No. Ill ILER & BLACK. " 6:15 p. m. Due at Hartford Mr. Earl Rlckard ofLlvermore, (Both "Mixed Trains.) was In town first of the week. What about a spring Hat, Shirt Wire cloth at S. L. King's. or Tie? Fairs' havo the late styles. Pretty colored Linens at Fnlrs,. Grape Fruit, Oranges, Baunnas, 25c at Lemons, Apples. Wilson ILER & BLACK. Fairs Coffee and Tea, wo have the best Have you seen the new Millinery Chase & Sanborn. at Fairs'? ILER & BLACK. lWlff VaIlrapcrutOlito County Hon. M.""LT Henvrlifreturned WedDrug Co. nesday from a business trip to IlliMen's suits to suit jour pocket-boo- k nois. llose-&uppuii.- 4j 1, H. r?T. I R. R. TIME TABUS. No. 11C due at Ellmitch 9:20 a.m. No. 114 due at Ellmitch 6:15 p.m. tio. 112 Lv, Ellmitch ,. 3;40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. 3:40 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:46 p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. No. Ill Lv. Louisville.. 8:35 a.m. Ar, Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. HUB CLOTHING JV.B. Kirschbaum HUB CLOTHING Swann Hats. HUB CLOTHING Crackerir7c-ttoTbyth- e Suits. CO. CO. box hurry! at Fairs.' utK-uuia- s; '' s Court stop at When City Restaurant. See the new Palm Beach Dress Goods at Fairs.' Remember April 25th is Sunday Spbood rally day. ' Sitaaey spenTat Fairs' means at home. '. 'Wear one; of Fairs' new spring Suits. They fit well. Garden "and" FarnTTobls can be found at Her & Black's. Garden "ahdFdrm Tools can be tound at lief & Black's. will duplicate anybody's prJce quality considered. de at ''Trade at "home and-trashould be your motto. Fairs' ' Seed Sweet Potatoes. ILER & BLACK. For Sale A good work mule. U. S. CARSON, Grocer. 7tf MaTle"Ha7dwickTOweBsboro, Miss m Is the guest of friends In town. To get one of Fair's Spring Suits, . means that you get fetyle and quail-ty- mon-(ejr?ipe- nt Jus t received a large shipment Screen Wire, all sizes. ILER & BLACK. We have anything you want In the canned goods line. ILER & BLACK. New Lettuce, Radishes, Cabbage and many other things. ILER & BLAQK. See Cooper & Co's ad in this Issue. They are prepared to fill your orders in auto hire on short notice and 39tf to any part of the country, Lost. Pocketbook on streets of Hartford last Saturday, containing paper money. Return to this office 40tf for description and reward. Oet your Fertilizer, Field Seeds and Farm Implements from. D. L. D. SANDERFUR. 4 0t3 Beaver Dam, Ky. For lower" pTlccs on" Farm and Poultry Fencing and Barbed Wire, ACTON BROS , call on Hartford, Ky. 40tt Wyandott Eggs For day old chicks.,. Eggs per 15, and ppr fl.00. Day old chicks, fl-524 to doz. Pure stock from trap netted Wire Cloth.any width from 11. E. MISCHKE, 40 Inches, black and galvanized, at layers. Hartford, Ky. 3714. B. h. King's. Sale-WhTt- e" duced In Ohio County. These gentleCircuit Court Clerk, B. 0. llar-ras- s, men are doing a great deal for the was In Louisville several days horse and mule Interests In the this week. county by bringing in the ery best Mrs. Iko Samlcrfur and daughter, stock to bo obtained at any cost. Martha returned home from Mcllen-r- y Notice to the Public Saturday. Having bought the pooled poultry Blnck Cm Silk Lisle Hoso 25c. at Hartford and Beaver Dam, Ky., l'nru Silk Hose, all shades, 50c and we will lond two cars at Hartford, Ky., Thursday, April 15th, nnd Trl-du$1.00 pair nt Fairs' April 16th, 1915. Will load Candy SpeclnhT 15c and Saturday two cars nt Beaver Dam, Ky., Wed20C values, 10c the pound. nesday, April 21st, nnd Thursday, CITY RESTAURANT. AttornovMcDowe!l Poclo returned April 22, 1915. It will take 80,000 Wednesday from a visit to relatives pounds to fill the above four cars. There nre approximately In pool 40,-0nt Brazil, Indiana. pounds. Wo nro first obligated Dr. Pettlo moved wltlf his family to take care of pooled poultry. to WhltcBVillc last week where they Those who are not pooled deliver will make their future home. your poultry on last receiving day Large lln oTTooseG ard en Seed at each point. After pooled poultry Beans, Peas, Corn, Beets and all Is received, will take care of the ILER & BLACK. other kinds. outside at each point, at pooled Mcsfldnmcs. W. C. BTankenship nnd prices, until each car contains 20,-0Fred Cooper and Miss Myrtle Mad-do- x lbs. or 80,000 all told, the above were tu Owensboro Wednesday. figures show that the amount poolwhat the Remember next MonJny, Court day ed Is only about onc-hnto take your dinner with the Metho- four cars wll contain. But whatt. ever the pool contains, we are oblidist ladles at the new church gated to take caro of. From what Help clean up the old town. Wed- Information we can obtain from the nesday nnd Thursday April 21st and pool committee, It will take as much 22nd are the days set apart by the poultry outside of pool as there is inside of pool, to load the four cars. Mayor and Council wo will take care of your premises aMeast once Understand Clean at each point. To avoid cona year, Wednesday and Thursday, fusion at the car, those who are not April 21st and 22nd are the days to pooled, bring your poultry on last make Hartford a fit place to live. receiving day nt each point. a Mr. E. EBTrkhcaaTfnmlldln6 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. nice veranda to his residence on Li berty Street. The addition will add Kltt Will Open With Four Clubs. very much to the beauty of the buildPaduca, Ky., April 13. In a stateing. ment issued here today President fF. and Mrs. Jlmmie Cox of the Kentucky, Born to-Illinois and girl Tennessee Baseball League, declared Jones, Murray, Ky., a fine last Friday. Mrs. Jones was former- the league had abandoned the proly Miss Winona Stevens of Hart- ject of expanding into a six-clorford. ganization and that he season would For anything"lnGrbcerIes call on start May 11 with Owensboro, HenR. L. Bever & Co. Also handle White derson, Paducah and Cairo. It is understood this program forSeed and Feed Oats. Seed or Eating Potatoes, and all kinds of Garden mally will be ratified at a meeting 37t3 of the league's directors in HenderSeed. Wo can FurnTsh you Daybreak son next Sunday. Corn and Tobacco Grower Fertilizer Eggs For Hatching. at reasonable prices. Will carry two pens barred PlyACTON BROS., mouth Rocks this year. Hartford, Ky. 40tf First pen headed by First Pen Allison Barnett, Associate Editor Cypher's Poultry Cockrel from of The Republican, returned from Farm, New York. Second pen headOwensboro Wednesday, where he ed by First Pen Cockrel from was successfully operated upon for Farms. First pen eggs, tonsllltis. $1,00 per 15 eggs. Second pen, 75 Miss Minnie Tfrislcy, Simmons, Ky., cenjs per 15 eggs. recently graduated from St. Joseph's Also will be able to furnish day-ol- d Hospital as a trained nurse.recelvlng chicks, at 15c apiece. the highest grade ever awarded a J. C. ILER, graduate from that institution. Hartford, Ky. 37tt The Ohio Circuit Court will convene here Monday for a two weeks Votes Bond Issue For Roads term. The appearance docket Is not , London, Ky., April 13J At an very heavy and It Is doubtful it the election held Laurel county voted to Issue bonds to the amount Court will last more than ten days. Mr. andMrsTBeity Handcock, who of $100,000 for road building, The are the guests of Mr. R. A. Gillespie proposition carried' at the ratio of will leave In a short time for Bowling about 5 to 1. there being about 2,- Green where they will make their 000 votes for and 400 against it. future home. Car load of Machinery for Hale. Hot dinner will be served by the We have recently received a car ladles of Section One In the base- load of the celebrated Webber Farm on Wagons, ment of the Methodist church Deerlng Grain Binders, Monday, April 19th first day of Mowing Machines, Rakes, "Osborne Cream, cake and Disc Harro73, Hcosler Corn Drills, Circuit Court. home-mad- e caudles will be on salo Harrows, Cultivators, &c. Likewise all day. all other kinds of Farming ImpleWanted For Ohio county a sales- ments, Including Vulcan Plows, as man with some knowledge of auto- well as repairs for all of this mamobile supplies, to earn from $4.00 chinery. Wo also havo the Henney Mo-lia day up selling purchasing contracts. Runabout, manufactured by the Plow Co., St. Louis Mo. KenReferences required. Write Havlngpurchased this machinery tucky Auto Supplies Company, 508 In carload lots, we are prepared to S. Third Street, Louisville, Ky. give very close prices to those needun- ing anything In this line. Our aim The Mayor is asking nothing reasonable. You owo it to yourself Is quick sales and small profits. So purand neighbors to clean up your filth It will pay you to see us before What chasing elsewhere. Wo can save of a years accumulation. kind of a citizen are you, if you re- you money. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., fuse to comply with a request which Hartford, Ky. 39t4 may save the lives of some member o of your family? CHICKENS. Iast chance for Live Poultry this Messrs. Bond and Turner shipped season, one car load. T. W. Waltwo car loads of cattle from here to lace will be at Beaver Dam, Ky. two the St. Louis market Saturday. They da j s only, Tuesday and Wednesday, were sold at 7.30, which was a loss April 20 and 21st. 1015. They still have two to the shippers. Will pay the Farmers cash for tomore car loads which will go out their Poultry at the car. morrow, The cattle are very large Hens rlilUc and fat. They were fed on cotton Cocks ,8c meal on north side the river. seed All poultry must be free from y, 00 00 lf Imtso-menb. Gosh-enPoult- ry to-d- ay ne '- Some fine mules arc making their appcaranca in this vicinity, sired by Hartford yesterday. the young Jack owned by Black and Messrs. John II. Thomas and Dr. Blrkhead. Tlicyaro said by good stock W. L. Lawless, Narrows, were here Judges, to be ahead of any ever proTuesday. Mr. Jolm T. Mooro, Ellzabcthtown, In wns SPRING HAT HAS COME IN YOUR NEW gjR ft EX' WrfigSYJSxA f vflL i4.K a-r.- aC'gfer-- H A POET WROTE ABOUT A MAN "WHO NEVER FOUND CONTENT, FOR HE TOOK WIS DIJPOJITION WITH HIM EVERYWHERE HE WENT." ONE OF OUR WILL MAKE MATTER "NIFTY" NEW .SPRING LIDS EVEN A CRcSJ MAN HAPPY. WHAT YOU NEED, COME To COME, .GET ONE. .NO UFOR PRICE. IT. THEN YOU WILL -- &E JURE To GET IT RIGHT RIGHT IN 5TYLE, RIGHTIN CARSON 6c CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. Goat Suits and Skirts We have a few Coat Suits and Skirts left and will sell at a reduction. Come in and look at the big bargains. Sizes in Suits, 34, 36, 38. ' Sizes in Skirts, 24 to 34. t t t Clothing. Hub Hartford, Ky. Co byb Identifying James W. Osborne as the man who had called upon their sister at the Tanzer homo in the Bronx. J t You Can Tell By The Pail Rlack Mlnorcas from J. D. Russell's Eggs, from pen 1, best matlngs. $1.25 per 15. Pen 2, $1,00. White Wyandottes from L. E. Whltsltt's and Mrs. Tom Haydeu's best blood. Eggs $1.00 per 15. Castrating and other Veternary Surgery carefully L. T, BARNARD, performed. R. F. D. 4, Hartford, Ky. 3Gtf PaintliiK Does your house need Painting? If so, let me paint It. Special attention and care taken with inside work. Work done by the day or contract. Prices reasonable. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Estimates fur nished free. CLARENCE CASEBIER, Hartford, Ky, 3 St 4 Important Notice. To the Trustees and Teachers of Ohio County: A strong effort is being put forth to have all the trustees and teachers In the State the Kentucky Educational Association In Louisville on April 22nd. and 23rd of this year. Mr. John McFerran, of Loulsvtllo, feed. Come early and aold the rush. is offering $00 in gold to the county want at the price. One car Is all I sending the leargest percentage of T. W. Wallace, Receiver. its trustees in the one of four zones into which the State is divided. , The Gall House Is to be head FOR FLETCHER'S quarters for trustees. A large ban what kind of feed has been given tbo quet (free) will be given them 'cow. If it has come from us the milk will be rich and creamy, and there on the evening of the 22nd Iudlctinents Against Dora and Rosei there be lots of It, There is money in a large num- will I sincerely trust tha Tanzer. milk when we supply ihe feed and New York, April 12. Dora and ber of Ohio couuty.s trustees and grain. Try It for awhile and see the Rose Tanzer, sisters of Rae Tanzer, teachers wil attend this meeting milk money grow. Try it on the Uorsei were today indicted for perjury by and get he beuefit of tho helpful too. It will improve both his condf-tlo- n the Federal grand Jury, which has suggestions and Inspiration which and his value. been investigating the charge that such a meeting gives, knowing that increased inRae Tanzer used the mails in an at- it will add much to an tempt to defraud James W. Osborne. terest in school matters throughout The Produce Merchants The indictment charges that Dora our county. . HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. and Rose Tanzer commuted perjury at-te- nd Children Cry CASTORI A W. E. ELLIS 4 BRO. iwJlWJW,WMMbfrtWtfw'tofc.jiwClri.'i....,.il'!-rt.- .i 1. .11 Jl OiftlV ml Seek, )lfcrm&n OFFICER KILLED WIFE has accentuated his mannerisms in tho House. Winston Churchill at times Is in n terrible state. At one FOUND NOT GUILTY critical moment In the House he actually hroko down and cried, which reminds mo of tho story, which I have on the best of authority, She Persisted in Following Her Sir Edward Grey hroko down at that tho cabinet meeting at which the Husband Front Against to Germany wo decided upnltl-li'iitt- OProlToaisH-on.- 1 HOTEL i Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAJtTFOHD, KY. Will prnutlce hlH profession (n UsU and adjoining coutitU). Conuuerolm) Specialty, and Criminal Practice ' -- V POWHATAN .WASHINGTON Qtf&ntioTt Is it possible there is a woman in this country who continues to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial after all the evidence that is continually being published, which proves beyond contradiction that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffering among women than any other one medicine in the world ? We have published in the newspapers of the United States more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been published in the interest of any other medicine for women and ever)' year we publish many new testimonials, all genuine and true. Here are three never before published: From Mrs. S. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I. PnoviDENCK, 1?. For tlie benefit of women who suffer as I have done I wish to state what Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I did some heavy lifting and the doctor said it caused a displacement. 1 have always been weak and I overworked after my baby was born and inflammation set in, then nervous prostration, from which I did not recover until I had taken Lydia E. Vegetable Compound. The Compound is my best friend and when l near ot a woman with troubles like mine I try to induce her to take your medicine. Mrs. fa. T. Iucumoxd, 84 Trogrei Avenue, Providence, H.1. Pink-ham- 's I." pound I was very irregular and had much pain. I had lost three children, and felt worn out all the time. Ihis snlemlid medininn helped me as nothing else had done, and I am thankful every day Out I took it." Mrs. Mama Iitwi.v, H.F.D. 1, Peru, X.Y. J- From Mrs. Maria Irwin, Peru, N.Y. Peru, N.Y." Before I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- - From Mrs. Jane D. Duncan, W. Quincy, Mass. ' The doctor said that I had organic trouble and he doctored me for a long time and I did not get any relief. I saw .Lyuia . rmKliams Vegetable Compound advertised and I tried it and found relief before I had finished the first bottle. I continued taking it all through, middle life and am now a strong, healthy woman and earn my own living." Mrs. Jane D. Duncan, Forest Avenue, West Quincy, Mass. teWrite to LYMAE.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. MF (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for ad vice. Soutu Quincy, Mass. i TIicfo stories can bo readily be.; :.- -; . -. lOTELbrAMERlCAN IDEALS lieved when It Is remembered how , great a responsibility each of theso Paris, April 10. Captain Jean men is bearing. Somehow tho generIn a city where food hotels abound, tht Powhattn hcidi the Law cavalry Herlnl, a French officer, al public gets tho Idea that the cabInt. tried by a court martnll for tho kill- inet of twenty men meet so many It firit la the htarti of III It HARTFORD, KY. j countrymen. ing of his wife at Compelgno last times n week to discuss naval moveMet:. W. II. Harms iwil C. November, because she persisted In ments or army movements, or forannounce that Lby hau form-,- a following tho army to be near him eign affairs, and thus assume a diparUwrahlj) for tlio goraeral pracIn direct violation of orders issued j vided responsibility. Such, however, tice of law, excopt criminal and illvor by the military authorities, was is not the case. Under the present .Mr. Smith balug County Attor-'u-cvst-f- , today. She had pleaded love system each department of tho Britis provoiitod frwu practicing such and a desire to ho near Him it he ish Government is n sort of waterccjkus. Mr. Um'iioi will Individually was wounded. Paris forgot the big tight compartment. A few weeks ago acoej't ouch practloe, In Ottluy refined, ex phase of the war and awaited with tho outbreak of war a member of The Towhatan is clusne, and ml fill, lit excelHartford Ilipubllcaa building, Hartcharacteristic excitement tho result the cabinet told mo that they all lent location on Pennsylvania ford, K" Avenue, lSlh and II Streets, of the trial. mailo agreements with each other makes it a desirable headquarIt was brought out today that whereby they were not to he told ters lor bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and Captain Herlal became mentally un- - what was happening In any , colleges. but their balanced through worry over pos-- 1 own department. For instance, the The rowhatan attracts .the people ot culture and education. slble results of his wife's refusal to president of tho Board of Trade was Law Its proximity to Stale, War and Navv Departments, alio to many obey the law and leave him. HARTFORD, KY. not to be told about military or naval interest, points of historical Seldom has a more pathetic scene affairs. Thus one can partly realize makes this hotel especially at a discriminating pub. ASSOCIATED WITH M. I,. UEAVRINtractive to been witnessed In Paris In a court i the breaking strain on Winston he. than that of today when Captain Churchill when he sat down in the Thla office is equipped for handThe Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at Jt.30, Herlal took the stand in his own House of Commons during Sir Edling Commercial I.nw and Collection 12.00 and up. Booms with private bath. J2.S0, JJ.00 and up. defense. Tho soldier wept as he ward Grey's war speech when it Is Items as well as other Icgnl and litiWrite for booklet with raip told of tho great love ho bore for known that the day before tho gated matters. Practlco in all CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. his wife, and how, when she stead youthful Prompt nud vigorous service first lord of Manarer. lastly refused to return home, he the admiralty had on his own reM. L. Hcavrln's Offlco. believed he would be "cashiered" he sponsibility sent the grand fleet Into GIJml.lllnilimliilmiimmtTTnR)' was the North Sea under senlcd orders. became "absolutely mad and IT. W.UiUKrilATTO.N OTTOC. M.itri driven to tho last extremity," that As matters developed, that was the Cromwell, Ky. lluritnnl. Ky. of killing ills loved one. The court l only correct move, hut at tho time STRATT0N & MARTIN room was crowded with women and It held tunny responsibilities of Ir j Attornoys nt Law officers, and as Herlnl sobbed out retrievable disaster for the daring I Tho most economical, cleansing and ! his story many of them shed tears minister. germicidal of all antiseptics is CROMWELL, - KY. ! of sympathy. Will practlco their profession in thls-andjolnlng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice a. How's This? 13 Prompt and vigorous-service- Specialty. Ws offer One Hundred Dollars I A soluble Antiseptic Powder to .Notary in office. Reward for any case of Catarrh Orders. on. D.C. Barnes & Attorneys at Smith 1 ' y .ARTHUR i O. Attorney at KIRK half-Americ- an Y J i SPECIAL TO WOMEN that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENET & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe mm perrecuy nonoraoie in an Dusiness transactions and financially able to carry oct any omiKations mane oy ins nrm. NATIONAL. BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. I iMwlimpiiut..lorep-ttKarliiuiiirrrcr'por- lve adVlcr. how to ouudn p.iti.t, tnule uus,lI copxrihu. etc, in ALL COUNTRIES. , Watkltglon taiti iimr.i BusiKtss turret :; ma:iry and cj:rn iPtfaitni. 2nd Infringement Practice txciuiiveiy. ntint or come to us at WrlUi 110 UhU Etnet, smt Unit! BUlM hunt OBc. I WASHINGTON. D. C. innxiinrnitinnrrrHiirD. t Si nd model. be dissolved in water as needed. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict coniidcncc AL vEtKHAf,' As a medicinal antiseptic for douches in treating catarrh, inllcmnintlon or ulceration of nose, throat, and that caused by feminine Ills It has no equal. I For ten years th Lydia E. Plnkham Medlclno Co. has recommenced Paxtlno ' in their private correspondence with women, which proves its superiority. Women who have been cured say It is "worth Its weight la gold." At druggists. POc. large box, or by mall. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. juid I ilU TRADE-MARK- S 'rorailj otUlnnt la rvuLU-irfor ua 1 1. tw oUJa PATENTS THAT FA't fclTtrUM Uun HiorvufUj, at our I iprnfti'. tail lirlp sou to sucrcc. !nd irojfl. i,lwU) cr sketch for mrc rrorl Ion itnUUH(7. to jriV imln. BUR PASSING RirCnCNCES. TorfrMOuU iron on iTenubi ixirnu writ to B03-B0- REAR-ADMIR- FISKE WOULD QUIT DESK JOB Aide For Operations Asks Secre- tary Daniels Of To Be Relieved Place. Washington, April 2. Hear Adpremiral Bradley A. Flske sent a written request to Secretary Itaniels asking to be relieved of his Until h nr aide for operations. He has held the position as senior military adviser to the Secretary of the Navy JUJte ehortly before tiie close of the Tuft pilnilnistration. Klicmnatic Pains Relieved. hy admiral No j'aon was Why suffer from rheumatism when 1'iske for his action r .Ms brief relief may be liad at so small a en and he declined o ills cost? Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., cum il In testifying oefori' writes, "I have been subject to atthe I'o'iie committed on Naval Af- tacks of rheumatism for years. Chamfairs " vntly the AcMuiral expressed berlain's Liniment always relieves v't 4 (.'ftering frm those of Mr. mo immediately, and I take pleasure Daniels as to the preparedness of the in recommending it to others." 25 American navy, which had led to and 50 cent bottles. For salo by all the general belief in naval circles dealers. m that he would not he chosen for tlio e new position of Chief of Naval OperKentucky's Itouil Fund. Whole Family Dependent. ations recently created by Congress AccordFrankfort, Ky., April 8. corresponding in importance to the ing to an Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio, estimate of revenues from chief of staff of the United States the writes: "Our whole family depend road tax, based on the Maybe some-on- o nrniy. 1914 assessments, furnished Commis- on Secretary Daniels said he sioner of Roads It. C. Terrell by in your family had a severe Cold perhaps it is tho baby. Tho orighad not determined upon whom ho State Auditor II. M. Bosworth, the 2 is an would appoint to the post, but that per cent., which is the maximum inal Dr. Bell's he had asked the advice of Admiral amount any one county may draw ever ready household remedy it y Winslow and would confer on tho road fund in any one year, gives Immediate relief. penetrates tho linings ot tho with Admiral Fletcher ,Capt. Winter-baite- r will amount to approximately $13,-1GThroat and Lungs, destroys the and other naval officers of The total road fund upon this to act. At Germs, and allows high rank in the near future as to estimate will be $058,220, available your Druggist, 25c. Nature 3 the best way of organizing the new out ot this year's revenues, which bureau. President Wilson will bo Includes $109,760.12, now to tho Cabinet Members Nervous Wrecks. consulted before a final selection is credit of tho road fund from tho The war, as one would suppose, is made. department. telling visibly on tho nerves ot tho The Secretary stated that Commissioner Terrell is estimathe was not given the reason for Ad- ing the amout each county will draw cabinet. This has taken a curious miral Flske's request to bo relieved front the fund this year. The Stato form in at least two of tho members. Both Asqulth and Lloyd George of his post and had not decided to will put dollar for dollar with tho what duty he would assign him. lie counties for actual road construction liavo shown a strange unwillingness has another year to servo before re- - under tho Stato supervision up to 2 to huvo their huir cut, and it Is facetiously reported in the House ot tiring from the active list and has ' per cent, of tho total road fund each already commanded threo different . year. This provision was Inserted in Commons that tho latter has made a vow ho will not clip his already divisions of a fleet. If, not assigned the law so that no largo ricli county to sea again to replace tho officer could appropriate a big road fund long locks until pcaco has been signed. One wonders what ho will look who might bo brought to Washington I and get the bulk of tho State aid. liko If tho war lasts tho twenty years to become chief of naval operations, Admiral Fiske may bo appointed to Doctor's OflU-- and Ditclline; for Sale. mentioned in a recent speech by the premier. the General Doard of tho navy or to We have listed for salo two acres At any rate, Ills long hair now tho command of one of tho navy good ground containing doctor's of- gives tho chancellor u utrango apyards, dwelling, all necessary pearance With his half-gra- y fice. locks ' 2 wells water, 1 cistern sticking out from beneath his slouch Foreigner .tsusluuted in Mexico. San Antonia, Texas, April 5. and orchard. Splendid location for hat ho looks llko soma old man of Eleven foreigners have been assasl-nate- d physician. None within a radius of tho wopdti who has been dragged recently in the City of Mexico, live miles. Easy terms to right from his secret hermitage into a ucordlnp to Arthur Milliard Johnson, party. Call on, or address strange world of civilization. an attorney representing Jointly tho BAIt.NETT & SON, Agts., Asuulth'B hair has turned quite two thousand Americans of the city 34tf Hartford, Ky. white. The nervous straiii of the war to-d- and the International Committee of the Capital District, who passed through here last night on his way to Washington. The persons assassinated, according to the statement ot the International Committee, counselled by the diplomatic corps, says Mr. Johnson, were an American, a Swede, three Ottomans and six Spaniards. "I carry affidavits," continued Mr. Johnson, "in the following statement: "Obregon stated at the time of the first occupation of the capital he would not recognize foreigners until foreigners recognized him, and publicly stated at tho time of the second occupation that he would 'live to see the day when a cross would mark the place where the City of Mexico once stood.' " V'u con-inun- irat PLKAS.VXT GROVK. April 5. Tho people in this vicln- ' ity are very busy farming. Messrs. Ralph Walker and Bee Payton left recently for Illinois. Mr. C. H. Walker and wife went' to Askin Wednesday shopping. Mr. Vealls Matthews and family Succeed when everything else fails. returned home Friday from Mt. VerIn nervous prostration and female non, Ind. weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Mrs. Annie Sapp has bought Fred WhittinghiU's farm at Trlsler. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Mr. C. H. Walker and family were STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold the guests of Mr. A. C. demons over a druggist's counter. Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. W. A. Loyd and family were the guests of Mr. Arthur Dalton and wife Sunday. YOU Mr. Enimett Debruler returned home Thursday from Illinois. Messrs. Clarence and Virgil Ma son returned home, recently from Illinois. Miss Ella Davisson went to Askln Treatment Saturday shopping. for WEAK Miss Inis Carter spent last week LVBLvamHL LUNGS or with her aunt, Mrs. Ed. Dehaven, near Rockvalc. CONSUMPTION Miss Viola Gaither was the guest If you mention this paper we will send you of A. R. Stone's family Sunday. a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for Mr. Virgil Mason has tho chills. feeling, coughs, pains that tired, Dr. W. C. Hedden Is very ill. in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak Mr. W. II. Obenchaln is very 111 lungs or consumption. at this writing. OHIO MEDICAL CO. Electric Bitters K Directory Oliio Savonth 13. nnaninuTun, tXtrat, C S County I WILL TAKE OUR FREE v run-dow- n & The Tlirice-a-Wee- k Edition Of The flew York World to-da- 4. Practically u Dally ut The Price of u Weekly. No other Newspaper In tlio World Gives bo Much ut io Low u Price. Tlio year 1914 has been the most extraordinary in tho history of modem times. It has witnessed the outbreak of tho great European war, a strugglo so titanic that it makes all others look small. You live in momentous times, and you should not miss any of the tremendous events that aro occurring. No other nowspaper will inform you witli tho promptness and cheapness edition of the of tho Tlirlco-a-Wee- k New York World. Moreover, a year's subscription to it will take you far Into our next Presidential campaign. Tho Thrico-A-Wee- k World's regular subscription price is only $1.00 per year, and this pays for 1BC papers. Wo offer this unequaled news- J J e paper and TIIK HAItTTOItn KKPUULICA.V together for ono year for $1.05. Tho regular subscription price of the two papers Is 2.00. Circuit Court T. F. Birkhcod. Judge; Uen D. Klngo, Attorney; P. Midkiff, Jailer; E. G. Barrass, Clerk; E. E. Birkhead, Master Commissioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, Deputies S. A. Ilratchcr; Hartford. office deputies Mrs. S. O. Kcown at id Ullnioro Keown. Court convenes first Monday in February and continues three weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks; third Monday in October, two weeks. County Court John B. Wilson, Judge; W. C. Blankcnship, Clerk; C. E. Smith. AtlorneJ. Hartford. j Court convenes first Monday in each moutii. Quarterly Court Begins on the first .Monday In every month. Court of Calms Convents first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday in Octohor. Other County Officers C. S. Mox- lioy, Surveyor, Fortlsville, Ky., It. F. D. No. --'; Tom Hlnes, Assessor, .Olaton, Ky.; Osna Shulta, Supcrln-'tenden- t, Hartford; Dr. A. B. ltlley, 'Coroner, Hartford; T. H. Benton, uoad Liigineer, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after 3d Monday in March, Tuesday aft er m Monuay in June, Tuesday after 3d Monday in September, Tuesday after 3d Monday In December. L. A. McDanlcl, Roukport, Friday after 3d Monday In March, Friday after 3d Monjday in June, Friday after 3d Monday in September, Friday after 3d Monday in December. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday after 3d Monday In March,, Wednesday after 3d Monday In Juno, Wednesday after 3d Moi(day In Wednesday alter 3d Monday in December. It. C. Tlchrtior, Centertown, after 3rd Monday In each month. Winson Smith. Select. Tuesday after 2d Monday in March, Tuesday after lid Monday In .May, Tuesday after 3d Monday In August. Tuos- Iday after 2d Monday In November. w. a. Dean. Wod- Dundee. ncbday after tho second Monday In Aiarcn, wcunesuay alter 3d Monday In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday In August, Wodnesday after 2d Mon day In Novombcr. Bon F. Rlco, Foitdsvlllo. Tuesday after 2d Monday in March, Thursday after 2d Monday in May, Thursday after 2d Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday In No- vemoor. Ben W. Taylor. Ralph. Friday aft er 2d Monday la March, Friday after 2d Monday in May, Friday alter 3d Monday in August, Friday after 2d Monday In November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin. Judgo: McDowell A. Foglo, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Marshal; Court convenes second Monday In each month. City Council J. O. Her. Major: It. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treas urer, .nemuers of council j. c. Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pute. J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. II. Olllcsple. School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chairman; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. Sop-tembSat-urdBcoi-nett, l Collier's The . National . 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You will be delighted with the many s clusKc features of these wonderful Instruments, and will lie pleavd with the my low prices at which (hey can be secured. at thi; tioRt and llarlt lhiyarNtiM Plsjrer-l'lano- oiarcR art Man Starck Send for our latest complete second hand bargain list. Sond today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book ahlch gltcs you a large amount ot Intorma t ion regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. leok Frtt P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO ' FARE ium2M W $522 a Mffl 2 LWa&v lfo. tesssssnt&iafjsfe:.,. BUFFALO ,a -- - feDAILY BETWEEN tWl!w CLEVELAND & JXtfAiSU 57Wr tr A sort of "raw head and bloody bones" story of tho old women to hold tho children In awe as It were I suppose. "The religion of Henry Tlchenor and Phil Wagner Is deeper and higher nndhollcr than any sex or creed, It Is the religion of human brotherhood; tho only priest they know Is Knowledge; the only Savior of the human race Social Justice" O.Hare in April Klpsaw. Urother Socialist did you think you knew another savior of the human race even the Savior of Mercy? In a lecture to children Debs taught them that Jesus died for the poor. In an address to a lot of laboring men In Louisville Debbs said as reported by the dally press "I do not bellovo In Moses, I do not believe In Inspiration, get tho priests and preachers out of our way." So now brother these Socialist claslcs as Debs calls them, havo done away with future punishment, and with the Savior of Mercy and with Inspiration. What do you think about it? The vice president of the United States suid, in substance In a recent address "I would like to look on Socialism with favor but never will I becomo a Socialist while they fight the Christian religion. So you sec I am not the only one who has the impression that you Socialists oppose religion. y debate, In the Taylor repeatedly charged these facts to the Socialists and McKinley could only answer "We do not indorse the men. Hut brother Socialist Debs says such books as Sorrows of Cupid, Tricks of tho Translators and Free Love are "red Socialist classics,, and urges the friends of Socialism to make clubs for the Itlpsaw and thereby procure these books as premiums. Well let us examine the Socialist doctrine on Confiscation. "The Industrial democracy if ever achieved as all Socialists hope and believe, must be Industrially organized by the workers themselves. "Leaders and sympathizers however wise and willing cannot do this for them. "All the votes in the world cannot accomplish this task for the working class.. "Tho industrial organization ot the workers Is tho greatest question that confronts the workers of the world and when they have solved this question they will be the masters of the world. Now this wizard of Socialism fails to tell us how this mastership is to bo acquired and have a change ot masters would bo mutually beneficial to all classes. Henco we must look somewhere else for ;tho modus operandi of theso revolutionists. In "The A. D. C. of Socialism" we have the very enlightening Information that "a Socialist Is a human being like yourself." But does not professing Socialism change ones morale, his morals, his spiritual, his Taylor-McKinle- mako up with tho Christian religion and satisfy mo that it is right of method for thoso to take who have tho power and guarantee mo that six dollars a day nntl show mo how you all enforce your confiscation plan without producing a bloody war (and you know you don't bolleve In war,) I will become somewhat Interested In your propaganda. Now n few words In reply to After Foot Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand, my critics and I gave up in despair. Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave At last, my husband got me a bottle of Lepanto, Ark., March 29. 1915 Up in Despair. Husband Mr. G. T. Tlnslcy, Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 comSimmons, Ky. menced taking it. From the very first Came to Rescae. Dcar Sir: Replying to your radose, I could tell It was helping me. I cialism" thoroughly, then assert your manhood by apologizing to tho can now walk two miles without Its readers of tho "Hartford Republi Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all i.:y work." can. Yours for the uplift of humnn-ItIf you are all run down from womanly from this place, Airs. Bettie Bullock TUED T. OKEENWAY. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE y. Simmons, Ky April C, 191C. Mr. Trod T. Green way, Dear Sir: Ilcplylng to yoitur favor of tho 29th. ult. I wish to acknowledge receipts of Socialist literature and thank you for same, I nm so grateful to you for the advice and suggestions contained In your communication that I feel Impelled to return It In kind. There nro two documents, classics In their line. One the Declaration of Independence of the U. S., the other the Constitution of the U. S. and the BUI of Rights. These are usually found appended to the school histories of the U. S. Procure them and study them carefully and then acquaint yourself with the fun- damental Ideas of this the greatest Republican government In the world "The land of the free and the home of the brave." The New Testament, such parts of It as you Socialists have left in Comtact, would be good reading. pare with these the rant jargon of your cult and say whether you so- pnlloil Snnlnllst lpnrlprs nm tint tlin 'common enemies of this great free country in which you live and have your being, and whether your periodicals and publications should not be barred from the malls, and furthermore, whether "possum hunting," "night riding" and anarchy, are not the legitimate outgrowth of your teachings. Yours, GEO. T. TINSLEY. s years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggisl has sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. soon confined to my bed again. After re 'v. wiunoogra mcsicine Kja,t LaJTf Advisory, Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn.. for SpeculJ .. ,uui w uttsvfs-c- t DWR, that, nothing seemed to do me any good, Treatawnt for Women." cm in lain wmoow. dOOlV TS writes as follows: "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, 1 could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. more than It ha3 helped a million women, in its 50 HSjuBBl 10 Great u 1 full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine Inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, will make eYOUTIf S COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone intnenome. 1 nereis no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current hsues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THC COMPANION let us tend you Threo Current Issues FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your request. - ,v mmKnuJfBmr ' fm ' S'V.Oi Z-( "OTY Tha lii-i- et a an' ' - i- .y?iMMpgsassssawJSi. lira frrraea'gas?' ara&sMataa Slsep'tar aecommoJ. industrial temperament? You affirmed In tho debate that Socialism and Chrlstanlty are identical. It that Is true why have them both? Let's eliminate one or the other. Taylor-Mc-Klnl- . $1.36 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis I'loridu Hurt by J. N. Babcock, of Lagrange Coun- The Republican and Home and Farm 1.60 ty, one of the best known farmers in northern Indiana, was a caller at The Republican and 1.76 Republican State headquarters the 3.50 other day. During tht last two cam- The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald paigns Mr. Babcock was an enthus3.50 iastic Progressive, lut he Is now a The .republican Hnd .Daily uwensDoro inquirer vigorous Republican. He has just re The Republican and k O'boro Messenger 1.75 turned from a two months' stay In a Florida where he Faw a State's 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer ruined by the application of a The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine. . 1.30 Democratic Tariff Uiw "Florida has beeu hard hit by the 1.50 Democratic Tariff law," said Mr. Bab The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Ti rn iin nannla iliiWIi til a Virttk H. Ui' UWJlb UUUti aiiVIW Vl'l Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 the way they are talking now that The y. not 12. Tukes Ills Own Medicine Those who subscriba now. sending $2 for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION Is An Optimist. More good reading than-yowill for 1915. will receive The Companion get in any of the monthly He has absolute faith In his medHome Calendar FREE. magazines. icine he knows when he takes It for SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE certain ailments he gets relief. People who take Dr. King's New Dis- THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH covery for an irritating Cold are op- ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. timists they know this cough remedy will penetrate the linings of the throat, kill the germs, and open the way. for Nature to act. You can't destroy a Cold by superficial treat ment you must go to the cause of the trouble. Be an optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery .Alan u Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTO R A ssV FOR I 52 Times a Year OUR CLUBBING RATES. Globe-Democrat 3 - : Free-Trad- e. Twice-a-Wee- busl-ne- fVs sj 11 l Of tsaBajag How do tho Socialists propose to Tha Great Shi? "SEEAND3EE" ttcaaur on any UiUaJ water cf tha world. 3 Mm'-Heen-t gsswa SB take over the machinery of produc- nnd rcost cost! OF E!UU" S CLEVELAND Daily, May 1st to Dec. 1st BUFFALO 0.WA.M. ArrvCUUrJ ArilvaUinrlo) tfA.Il. ll'rrIBtaii(rd'lmei and Cira'an points. Kailroad rails Connoct'onj at Iloffalo Klisirs iinv sn u.1 liutr-- trouaocLiuj.i ou our ttcamera. tlekj ii.. i. rl i iu mxiJ ft our tleUetaVTtfntfor ticm? i !(!. ft . Llrg. i xt.rwrmali ,wrf coIortHcoctUntlnu7alJC'L.-t.- r lorn r U cover alHci5 c jnti iiOJtas J oaj pjiUIiiir. snt ovrsrclnt of Ehl o 'hnKANDSKi." I n . ! I fc k.twx;i Steame - s "CITY OF BUFFALO" I it vur v THECLEVi.LANU . t I ... -- - & J1UFFALO TRAH31T J3ijj CO CUrcland, OhU . JTHOS. E. MOSSii t Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. Lifetime experience with best of workmen, andean;; give any reference desired. "Call me on Hartford 'Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. ! tion? Answer. "By whatever means tho majority may decide upon. Tho people cannot take over the factories, mines, shops and railroads and other utilities necessary to their economic liberty and welfaro which the law now recognizes as belonging to the capitalist clatu until a majority In favor of tmch of tho voters a majority have decided, that majority alono can decide upon tho method ot doing it, and it matters not what method may be decided upon tho majority will rule. "The method Is a minor detail, easily determined when once the majority has decided that It Is necessary to free themselves from a robbing and enslaving system such as now prevails A. B. C. Socialism. What wages would a man recelvo under socialism? Ans. Every worker would receive the full social value of his labor, which could not by any possibility be less than six dollars a day. This Is the price a farm hand Is to receive. Well brother Socialist if you will Mill be added to the Republican column next year. The fruit growers of Florida find It absolutely impossible, under the Democratic Tariff law to compete with the cheap labor of Cuba, tho result being that the citrus fruit grown on thousands of acres of Florida land will never be touched It will bo allowed to drop from the trees and rot. No, we havo got to get rid of that Democratic Tariff law at the very earliest moment posslblo and tho only wuy to do It Is to restore the power of tho party of Protection to American homes and American Industries." Muncle (Ind.) National Republican, March 27. Slate Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. NEW UNDER ANY THE SEWING MA 3mNK OF USE LIV-VE- R LAX QUALITY NOT SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Feellright all tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps you when pleasant Lia- - Vtr-La- x on your feet, whilo relieving your trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take anything- else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, naturalin its actions, sura in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long before Lin- - Vr-La- x completely displace calomel in evert home. Children can take it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and l in bottles. Nona genuine without tho likeness and signa ture of L. K. Grigaby. For sale by . H. WILLIAMS, Hartford. Ky. - Farm For Sale. About 6G mites East ot WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell If you purchase the NEW HOltK you will road, IVz miles from pike. Four have a life asset at tho price you pay, aud will room cottage In good repair. Ever- not havo an endless chalu of repair. lasting water at residence. Two Quality barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty ot peaches and apples. All hill land, Considered but in very good condition. Possesk is tho sion any time. Terms reasonable. BARNETT & SON, Appjy to Cheapest Republican Office, ia the end Hartford, Ky. 23tt to buy. acres '4 CASTORIA Children XDry FOR FLETCHER'S If you want a sewing Diaculaewrtte tar ear latest catalogue before ro'u purchase. Tb( Ne Horn Sewing HarMae Co., Orange, Mass. For pill us In tti'i liuck a stood remedy U Or. Miles1 Antl-I'ul- u Pill. "W"4i t'Vlm'H,TTtyirt'WCTWTl'"jff'',Mt-AJWH"- ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. For State Treasurer. .We nro authorized to announce irON- - It. L. MOORE, of Crittenden, county, a candidnto for the Rcpub- mean nomination for Stnto Treasurer, Geocral Primary election August 7, to prevent the Turku from repairing the forts, It Is not believed here that thoblg attack will be resumed until tho land forces' arrive. ROBERTS UNABLE TO PROVIDE BOND Haute Politicians Appealed Has !roro$rSrsroraro$$$rovw$$$$$$$$ ii,,in.Ti,c jnro a9ir... ,., Tuesday. in me uar- - None of Terrc nrnM(l fnP r,ci.,v flnvs. Who Have regarded as nenrlug a termina names Have You Sjeen It? tion, and the Russians arc said to Left Jail. ;We are authorized to announce bo moving nt vnrlous points by rail, $ OHM ir. THOMAS, of Ohio County, rivers and roads down the Carpa- u camu,lo "" slopes Into Hungary, where composed of 'thtan District, Indianapolis, Ind April 1.1. Maytie reslstnnco Is expected. Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler counor Bonn Robprts nnd fifteen others Aug. ties. General primary election steamer who have appealed from their sentKnulnnd. The British 1, 1915. Wayfarer which had been In the Liverp- ences to tho Federal penitentiary at ool-Galveston trade for ten years Leavenworth Kansas, given them V.'e are authorized to announce recently been requisitioned yesterday by Judge Antcrson, folLEACH, of Beaver and had SH0N. ALBERT by the British Government, was bad- lowing their conviction In tho Tcrro Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Senmine, Haute election fraud case, wcro still District com- - ly damaged by a torpedo or ator lu tho 7th Senatorial and Is being towed Into Queenstown. in the Mnrlnn jail at noon rfcwl nt tin) nnmitlna nf Oh(n. lint n,c" f,rom Some of them, however, hoped to Republican 0,,e hundred a,ml lor and Muhlenberg. so that the Wayfarer hae been landed at obtain bonds late primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. they would not have to spend another Falmouth. night In jail. V.V nrn niilliorlznil tn announce Germany. It Is reported that Gcr-for- d With two exceptions all those who D. MORRIS, of East Hart- WILLIAM ! nln"' w" ninke reprisals against received sentences to the Marlon precinct, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Repre-- j Dr,t,sh officers who are prisoners county Jail had begun serving their John W. Clark was still tentative of Ohio county. General for tho treatment being accorded time prisoners of German submarines in under a smallpox quarantine In primary election Aug. 7, 1915. England. Reports of heavy firing in across the river from Terre We are authorized to announce the North Sea are persistent, but no Haute, and Guy Powell is in the W. 5. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs pre- official information of a naval battle United States army. George Klntz, the third man who wns not in court cinct, a candidate for the Republic-a- o if forthcoming. yesterday, appeared at the jail last nomination for Representative of United States. Moved by appeals night and asked to be locked up. The Ohio county. Primary election Satfor relief from the owners of Ameri- Jailer, however, had no commitment urday, Aug. 7, 1915. can ships and cargo now held in paper from Klntz and he was told y We are authorized to announce British ports, the State Department to report to Judge Anderson SL. L. EMBRY a candidate for the Is preparing further representations and receive his papers. Klntz said he Republican nomination for Repres- to the British Government reuuestlug had been ill in bed. The bonds, in addition to the entative from Ohio County. General quicker action by the prize courts. large amounts, must provide for the primary election Aug. 7, 1915. Wednesday. payment of the cost of the case, We are authorized to announce Russia. Russia's efforts to ham amounting to more than $12,000, JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, mer through the Carpathian passes and also guarantee tho payment of sa a candidate for tho nomination have been checked by the heavy the fine if the case is upheld by the for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Disthrown In behind the higher courts. Maurice Walsh, County Sealer of trict, subject to the action of the Austrlans by Germany. One report, INCORPORATED. JDomocratlc party at tho State Prt- -' has it that the German Emperor Weights and measures and treasurer njiiry the first Saturday in August, personally is directing the campaign. of the Democratic County Committee, .tT IS 15. The German General Staff Is evi- withdrew from the appeal this after noon and was handed his commitdently In charge. "We are authorized to announce ment papers. He was permitted to OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for ..England. The British Govern- remain at his home until Sunday the Republican nomination for Clr- - ment has agreed to pay for the car- noon and will make the trip to ruit Court Clerk at the general pxl- - go of the ( American steamer Leavenworth with the four who withthe fundapage .roary election Aug. 7, 1915. Ohio County Clerk's We Knock the and also compensate the drew from tho appeal late yesterday, fundamental capitalism, Spots Out of Things mental wrong, must bo abolished, office. owners for the loss due to the delay and without guards. production must bo for use in"We are authorized to announce encountered. Levied on as tho property of said Walsh was sentenced to serve a and 'CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the Parliament meets today and it Is year and a day In the Leavenworth stead of for profit, which robs the S. A. Raffcrty. Credit or six months with bond Republican nomination for Circuit expected that the Government's li- prison and to pay a fine of $100. Be- whole working class. Humanity cannot endure Idleness nnd approved security. Court Clerk of Ohio County, General quor plan will be presented for fore sentence was pasted yesterday This the 15th day of March;-1915- . primary election August 7, 1915. he declared tn open court he was and pauperism, entailed by profit-takin- g French Dry Cleaned and Pressed fn a from labor, because idleness S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. "absolutely Innocent of any wrong Superior Manner. and pauperism are destructive of S. A. BRATCHER. D. S. We are authorized to announce France. Since the successful of- Intentions." Send us your Garments and llavo g tho of society. WALLACE II. RILEY a candidate fensive of last week the French have Judge Anderson reported that the Them Industrial Democracy and a cofor the Republican nomination for been contented to hold their own, defendant seemed to "regard the InCourt Clerk of Ohio county. according to last night's War Office diana corrupt practice act as a lnlgo operative Commonwealth must own Circuit CLEANED CLEAN General Primary August 7, 1915. Joke," and then discussed Walsh's1 and control the machinery of producstatement, Packuges called for and delivered. tion and distribution and socialize statement of campaign receipts and "We are authorlzet to announce Italy. Warlike preparations on expenditures, declaring that "it was and democratize them both, in order THE ELITE PRESSING CUB to abolish unemployment and ti 'CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss as false as false could be." the part of Italy continue. a candidate for the Republican STOP AT The withdrawal of Walsh from A. Iva Null, Prop. The socialized state, having connomination for Circuit Court Clerk the appeal leaves fifteen still seekThursday. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. trol of the tools of industry, through of Ohio County. General Primary England. Field Marshal French, ing release on appeal bonds. and by collective and Ownership of Saturday, August 7, 1915. In a detailed account of the battle of the Means of Production and Distri- 1 Notice To Claimants. bution, wil set men and women to "We are authorized to announce Neuve Chapelle. places the British having claims against work All Persons to supply the needs of all, and ANDREW THORPE.of McHenry a casualties at 12.711. Of the Gerthe estate of John P. Foster, deceascandidate for tho Republican nomina- man losses, the Field Marshal says ed, are hereby notified to present with fewer hours of labor, too! WILLIAM H. CUNDIFF. tion for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio "the enemy left several thousand same to the undersigned adminisCounty. General Primary election dead on the field and we have posiKentucky, propFRANK ECKERT, Prop. House and Lot For Sale. tive information that upward of 12,- - trators at Harftord, August 7. 1915. We have for salo a lot contain900 wounded were removed by train. erly proven, as the law directs, on H.ILECKERT.Mgr. or before tho 15th day of June, ing acre in old Fair ground ad"We are authorized to announce S. Thirty officers and 1,657 of other A German 1915, or they will be forever barred. dition on the pike, with 5 room cot $1 Up, IP. McKINNEY, of Boaver Dam, as ranks were captured.'' European Plan We trim Hats to suit .the Zeppelin airship passed oyer Blyth All persons knowing themselves in- tage, good barn and all buildings. a candidate for the nomination for debted to this estate, by note or ac- Fine well of water. About 50 young CiTcuit Court Clerk, subject to the and other towns, dropping bombs in count, will please call and settle on fruit trees beginning individual, and expect to to bear. met ion of the Democrats of Ohio each. or before tho above named date, as Would be a fine location for some county, at the General Primary elecmerit your trade by prompt Russia. The battle of tho mo- we desire to wind up the business one desiring to take advantage of tion, August 7, 1915. attention and superior goods. County High School. Terms reasonment Is going on In the Carpathians, as speedily ad practicable. ELLIS H. FOSTER, able. particularly in Uzsok Pass, where the Call to see u?. WALTER FOSTER. BARNETT & SON, Austrlans and Germans LATEST WAR NEWS the Russian advance haye brought 40t4 Roil Cap, with Caps and. Cleats. Administrators. Hartford, Ky. almost to a Pressed Standing Seam, v Crimp standstill. Socialism and Unemployment. Sheriffs Sale. ' with Strips, v Crimp with Stick3, Monday. NALL There'll be no movement under By virtue of execution No. 697, is(United States. Charging that the Austria. According to Geneva Socialism, because the workers will v Crimp without Sticks, 2 H Inch sued from tho Ohio Circuit Court in XJnited States is building up a new dispatches Emperor William, upon HARTFORD, . KY. Corrugated, Metal Shingles. employ themselves by collectively Any industry in the exportation of arms receiving a report that negotiations owning the means of employment. the suit of T. W. Wallace, plaintiff vs. S. A. Rafforty and F. B. Rafferty, of the above In either painted or gal.to enemies of Germany, and that had failed between Austria and Italy, Hence, also, there'll be no need of defendants, wheroin the plaintiff has vanized. American diplomacy has found no made a hurried trip to Vienna to charity, for Socialism is industrial recovered a judgment for the sum relief for neutral shippers of confer with Emperor Francis Write us a postal card for deliverfreedom and economic justice, which of $65 with interest at 6 per cent to Germany, the United will Insure employment and a good from the lGth day of October, 1908, ed prico on any style you may need. .States is arianged for aleged failure living for all. and the further sum of $13.55 costs, We pay the freight and guarantee to dbsorve neutrality in the memoranNothing So Good for a Cough or Upon industry depends the oppor- I, or one of my deputies, will offer our Rootling to be satisfactory, or dum handed tho State Department Cold. tunity to live. Upon industry, then, for sale on Monday, April 19, 1915, money refunded. by Ambasbndor ton Bemstorff. When you have a cold you want depends the supplying of need, the Cirit being the first day the best medicine obtainable so as attainment of comfort, a chance for cuit Court, at tho of the Ohio court houso door hVanie. Tho French offensive to get rid of it with the least possi- wholesome recreation, opportunity continues to make progress in the ble delay. There are many who con- for education, and the satisfying of I in iiartroru, ny about l o'clock p. Fordsville Planing Mill Company m., the following described property: Woevro district, according to tho sider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy higher aspirations. h interest in a tract of land (Incorporated) Paris official statement, and military unsurpassed. Mrs. J. Boroff, Elida, Under capitalism opportunity for in Ohio County, Ky, ou the Maters critics buy the Germans will be com- Ohio, says, "Ever since my daughter workers does not exist, and tho supJAKE WILSON, Mgr. J Ziiuddy Creek, same being part pelled to send to Ruth was cured of a severe cold and plying of human needs, a chance for of tho James Raley survoy, and fctrengthen their wedge, which peue-- I cough by Chamberlain's Cough RemPrices to suit the times. recreation and for education is small, bounded as follows: Beginning at a rates St. Mihiel. edy two years ago, I have felt kind- higher aspirations cannot be enterstone, corner to W. T. Taylor in tho All kinds of repair work ly disposed toward the manufactur- tained, and comfort Is unattainable, northern boundary Hue of said tract Russia. The Russians are mak- ers of that preparation. I know of because tho private ownership given prompt and careful of of land; thenco with W. T. Taylor's ing progress in tho capture of im- nothing bo quick to relieve a cough land and capital, and of all the means line S. 178 poles to 2 black oaks and portant points which are essential or cure a cold." For sale by all of production attention. In Ament's and distribution of white oak, another of Taylor's corn before a general forward movement dealers. m wealth, deprives the worker of time. ers; thence E. 177 poles to a poplar old stand, across street ran be undertaken. They are lu pos means anu opportunity uy taking a and 2 chestnuts; theuco N. 160 poles session of tho whole principle chain barm For Sale. from Barnes Bros. Give profit from his Industry which leaves to a sweet gum In Mrs. Leach's line; L. L. of the Carpathians and at some 150 Acres on Hartford aud Rockpor him barely enough to sustain au aniW. 81 W. 90 poles; thence thence me a call. ALL WORK .points are descending tho bouthern road, 1 2 miles from Broadway and mal existence Dates of Balef April S. 87 W. 87 poles to the beginning, slopes aud uro approaching, If they We must look to industry as the containing 190 GUARANTEED. and 36 20, 21 and 22,' 1915. are not already in the Uzsok Valley, 2 miles from Rockport. School house basis for all work for Social uplift poles; conveyed acres, 2 rodsRafforty, to BenJ. P. on Alge of farm aid church near, Miuth of the pasage of that name. Return Limit, April and economic welfare in the com- deceased, by James Raley and Sallle Throo roads pasa dwelling house munity. Raley on tho 11 of Nov., 1884, by 27, 1915. Turkoy. Hainadan, au important which Is ou Hartford R. F. D. No. Industry established on the wrong deed recorded in deed book 6 page trading center in Persia, has been ( Moat of Jand perlectly level. Any busis of private ownership and prof- 234, Ohio County Clerk's office, and Expert Jeweler and captured by Turkish forces. The alraj desiring to purchase farm will do its (derived from labor exploitation) conveyed to the said S. A. Rafferty. Optician, lied fleet has, according to unoffimeans that everything In our indus by the heirs of Benj. P. Rafferty, de cial reports been bombarding the wail to Investigate. Price reasons.- - trial system and In our social order; ceased, in the division of said estate Dam, Ky. Dardanelles forts from the Gulf of ble. Apply for further Information nor can charity or mero Dhtlanth. by deed dated day of , This doubtless is being done to .fiaros. BARNETT tr SON, AsnUi. ' phy right the wrong. The wrong is1 , and recorded in deed book V. M. WOMACK, A. G. P. A. .. ". The New Ford Model With Cowel Dash. With Clear Vision Windshield. With Electric Lights. With Speedometer. With Improved Fenders. ID to-da- tnt' y, to-da- y. Tay-lorsvll- in, 1! to-dn- Delivered to you and teach you how to put it over the road. ia 8211 h Barnes Automobile Co. CENTRAL CITY, KY. 4tt&RTOS5 Wil-helmi- radi-ftcatlo- n. Ladies' and Men's Garments well-bein- I When inLoufsviJIe ECKERT'S i pre-cinc- 5th Avenue Hotel New Millinery Z -- Latest Styles I Metal Roofing! 2-- 3-- MISS POPPIE 5-- -- NEW JEWELRY "' STORE V Ono-slxt- Fordsville, Kentucky mSl. Louisville, Via H.&St. A. Ky. Ry. $3.50 R. 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