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No. 41 tho mercy of this kind of competifrequent visits to her parents' home. HARRY THAW ASKS ELECTION CROOKS tion? Sho would slip quietly Into town, it FRANK'S ' FATE Theso are the arguments which is said, and tho first Intimation her will bo brought forward to Justify a FOR JURY TRIAL IN FEDERAL PRISON acquaintances would hnvp of her ARE CONFIDENT higher tariff and a Republican adpresence In Washington was when SEALED ministration. Tho Republicans havo a chance meeting occured. complete confldenco that their arguMrs. Williams, mother of Mrs. His Sanity Twenty-on- e Terre Haute Men ment will bo popular, The Demo-crnt- Hopes To Prove has been regarded as one of To Failure of Democrats if they wanted to, could beat tho wealthiest women in army cir- Supreme Court Decides By Many Begin Terms in tho Republicans to the tariff Issue by cles, and her daughter Is an heiress Make Good Promises. adopting, when tho next Congress Against Convicted Man. in her own right. The Williams meets In December, a tariff commisfamily comes of illustrious stock. sion, nnd empowering tho commission Gen. Williams, Mrs. Williams' grandto adjust tho tariff to meet the father, defended Washington against Alleged Slayer of Mary Main Argument Relied On To gency conditions which havo emer 'N'ew York April 19. Harry K, Leavenworth, Kan., April 19. Phagan been tho British. application for a Jury trial to Twenty-on- e city offlclals and former caused by tho war. But It is entire- - Thaw' . Beat Them Will Be The Only Hope is Executive ly safe to say the Democrats will not determine whether he Is sane and county .ofllclals of Terre Haute, Ind Guy SI, Deano Dying From Pistol oe treea was set for convicted in the. election conspiracy consequently to ,10 tiifct. Tariff. Clemency. Wound. Tim t.,r,Mi.ii,..,- - ...111 i.. uiui.il vui-. - argument before Suoreme Court Jus- - cases, spent tonight in tho United ..u .uumiivciio win ia H. Charleston, W. Va., April 21. t,co Hndrlx todny. It was expected States penitentiary hero as prisonphasls upon tho fact that at a time Guy M. Deano, 40 years old, a native Washington, April 19. Leo Sf. It is Interesting to look Into the when business was suffering from.11101 J0,m " iancnneia would pro- - ers, serving time for their crimes. of Owensboro, Ky., and for some Frank, the sent tho ma,n contentions In Thaw's Tomorrow they will go out Into the Brooklyn facts and rcusona which undcrllo the many Ills, deserved and undeserved, man under time auditor of the New River & death the nenmnrntin niiriv nrhihitn,! in uonair and that the State would be various-- departments of the big Incompleto confldenco which tho sentence 'for the murder of Ohio Coal Company, of this place, Mary Phagan, an Atlanta- - factory havo ubout tho elections word, nnd In fact, a steady unfriend- represented by Prank Cook, Deputy stitution to take up the tasks aswas found this afternoon In a place girl, lost Attorney General. signed them by Warden Morgan. liness to it. year. wext another step In his fight for Thaw's counsel assert that conflictFifteen men, led by Mayor Donn known as Ruffner's Hollow, on the life in the Supremo Court of the Democrats of good Judgment, when Tho Republican leaders expect to they feel at liberty to talk candid- ing conclusions have resulted from Roberts, came to the .prison this outskirts of the city, suffering from United States regain not only the Presidency and In a ri opin which have morning in a special car, and were a gunshot wound In the head. He ion, to which Justice Holme3 and" ly, admit that If tho. election were to the various Insulrlcs the House, but the Sennto as well. was taken to the hospital, where It Hughes disented, Tho'mnln argument which the Re- be held today, nnd If tho Republican been made in the question of his san- put through the entrance routine. the court dismisspublicans will put forward Is that tho candidate were at all acceptable, ity and that a Jury trial is necessary Six, under special permission of tho was found that he bullet had pene ed Frank's appeal from the Federal Democrats have been extravagant Wilson would probably not carry any to a definite decision. Heretofore federal court at Indianapolis came trated the brain. He was still alive Court of Georgia, which refused to at a lato hour tonight, but his re- release him on writ of habeas corpus. and loose In their management of Northern State. But they go on to the hearings of Thaw's sanity have unaccompanied, later in the day. say that Wilson's position Is likely to been held without a Jury. Frank, contended The offlclals Bay they had never covery Is thought to be Impossible. the Government. This charge will that alleged Deane left his office at noon to- "mob violence" at his In preparations for the hearing be- seen a more sober and better disgrow stronger. They say that it is be easy to prove. trial and the Tho resounding pledge of economy the Democratic Congress.rather than fore a Jury which Thaw hopes for ar- ciplined group ef mien. They spent day to go to lunch. He did not re fact 'that, he was absent from the which the Democrats made in their Wilson, which brought discredit on rangements have been made to call the afternoon studying the prison turn, Dut it was'thought by his.force, court, room when the Jury returned mat ne was delayed on business. its verdict had removed him from the 'last national platform will be quote!, the partv.and that with Congress ou: four alllenlsts and fifty lay witnesses regulations. As "first-rate- " and their performances under that of the way Wilson, standing alone, is to prove lint he is now sane. Among prisoners, they will About 3 o'clock a telephone message Jurisdiction of the courts of Georgia. pledge will be made familiar to every certainly likely to make fewer mis- these witnesses, it was understood, enjoyall the privileges at the prison, to the police department said a dead The majority opinion of the Supreme voter. It is not too much to say that takes and may even affirmatively are members of a commislon appoint- including recreation hours and a man was lying in Ruffner's Hollow. Court to-drejected all these contho present Democratic Congress has make progress before tho country, ed by the Federal Court in New, ticket! to7 the baseball games on the InTe8gatlon showed that the sup-- tentions and declared Frank had which recommended Institution grounds every Saturday puaeu oeaa man was ueane. A reall his legal rights in the Georbeen tho most wantonly extravagant They argue that the mere fact otHamnP8h,re' volver was found near by. The bul- gia courts. In history. On this Issue the Demo- keeping the country at peace and out I that Thaw' be released on ball in afternoon! let has been located behind on of Seemingly no other avenue of es crats will be completely on the de- of trouble month after month wlllithat state-givRegardless of whether a Jury trial Beckliam and O'Rear Speak in Inter-- Deane's eyes. His wife Is prostrated cape from the death penalty is open hitu accumulative strength. fensive, for the facts speak plainly , ... . . .. is. a 1.to 1 k. .,!. iruseuy. mis aaugnier ujr iuo . est of Prohibition. This presumption is founded on a,'8 wanted, Judge Hcndrlx was for themselves, and, In addition, a rrank throueh tho court Tha Mayfleld, Ky.. April 19. A largo student of Vassar, from which she .State pardon offlclals might relieve groat many candid Democrats are on with regar.d to. popular psy- - Pected to set the date for a hearing record against their own party with etiology. Speaking of popularity alone on tne bnbeas corpus writ obtained crqwd was In town today to hear will be graduated in June. He has him. frank and Indignant charges of. ex- an distinct f'rnm mnrlt Irwnlni. tho by Thaw, Which gives him the, right Senator Beckham and Judge E. C. been regarded as an exceptionally P justice Pitney, in the maforitr- make an attempt to prove his san-e- d O'Rear speak. In behalf pf the nomi good business man, and It Is said 'decision, stated that the obligation. travagance nnd bad faith to their country, out "or war as a" very exciting' virtue; Any ltv ln court. This proceeding is in- -, nation by both, parties of candidates that he was connected with some rested upon the Supreme Court to platform. dependent of Thaw's appeal from & for the state senate and house who l ,arEe financial ventures in Owens-- , look through the form and into the On tho Inefficiency charge.the Re- President can keep Ills country out of war If ho makes up his mind to. recent decision of the appelate favor submission to the people ot a boro and elsewhere before becoming .very heart of the substance of the publicans will not only call aten- takes skill Is to keep a cquntry . vision ordering his return to Mattea- - state-wid- e prohibition amendment. connected with the New River & matter, not only of the averment to many familiar cases of de-- .. tlon ' .... j .. Both. speakers were given the closest Ohio Coal.Company. , in Jank:& Petition. Jmtaltt,tluufriAl.. umo wnn .A'tJlttm partmcntal looseness, but will make uuv ul "Br uuu av ",c bame ii attention: proceedings in the State courts much of tho fact that, thru unwise ima,nta,n a nrm and vigorous foreign! COURT NOTES. The addresses were made at the themselves. Insistence on passing the Shipping ,poUcy- - u ,B tho exhibition of firm Borah Declares He Will Not Be Can- The Ohio Circuit Court convened . courthouse, which was crowded to Tha netltlon cnnninn Bill, the administration allowed the Insistence of American rights and of didate. !. in court hall here Monday morning 0f disorder, hostile session of Congress to end in compelling other countries to Washington,. . April 19. Senator its full capacity. manifestations Siccnt without hnvlng passed April term, which and uproar," said Senator Beckham has spoken fre- for the several pect those r,Bhts tnat "PPeals to a Borah, of Idaho, Issued a statement the Justice, "which voter. quently In Mayfleld, and Is person is devoted exclusively to civil busl- - If it stood alone and were to be taken'-ness- . of the essential ajpproprlatlon bills here last night saying he was not Is Wilson likely to show this trait? ally popular, while Judge O'Rear, After the reading of the min-- as true may be conceded to have been and other routine legislation. and would not become a candidate" Based on past performances, it Is no, though not so well known in Graves utes and preliminary call for mo- - inconsistent with a fair trial and an Ono of tho main arguments which for the RepubHcan nomination for county, is also favorably regarded tions and the empaneling of the impartial verdict. But to consider wiisun ana nis President. the Republicans will rely on to beat injustice iu petit Jury, the court was adjourned this as standing alone" is to take a Tiomnrrnta In tho npaoMnntlnl Secretary of State to say that' they tnn "If by any chance the party should here. Both Senator Beckham and Judge until Tuesday morning In order that wholly superficial view; for the nar-th- e election next year will bo the tariff. !are not Hkely ,0 do anything like the nominate me," he said, "I of course Judge and attorneys might at- - ratlve is coupled with other state-ten- d ePB0(,e wnch made Roosevelt's O'Rear urged the submission of the Before tho European war there was should accept. To. pretend or to IntiBtate-wid- e famous his ultimatum mate otherwtsevwOuld'be the funeral of Hon. Reuben A. ments from which It clearly appears prohibition amendment, of of opinion among Repub- - e,gn P01 absurd. But government llcans as to whether the tariff could that the Moroccan I shall not seek the nomination or the constitution (to the people of Miller at Owensboro Monday after- that the same allegations of disorder . noon. WCrfl submitted .flrnf tn Hio bo made an Issue next year. But 8hould "Produce Perlcardls alive or strive In any way, directly or Indi- Kentucky. The following were empaneled as court and afterwards to the Suoreme undoubtedly tho European war has- - Kalsull dead." It Is tho latter sort rectly to obtain It. Nor have I the created a now situation with respect of fore,en policy that makes a Pres- slightest expectation of its coming. Democratic Chairman And Wife Re- petit Jurors for this term: H. R qpurt of Georgia, as a ground for Bennett, W. C. Overton. W. P. Leach, avoiding the consequences of the trial to protection. To fall to recognize ldent Brow ,n popularity. Mark Sul-th- my way." ported Separated. emergency Is mere stubborn ,lvan ,n Collier's Weekly. Washington. April 19. A Wash- W. H. Brown, O. C. Cox, N. H. Keown and these allegations were consider- The statement was issued, the Senblindness. ator explained, because of numerous ington . dispatch to the New Yoric C.uVtf Calvert, J. N . Nail, L. S. Eng- - ed by those courts at times and Daviess County Will Vote. ler, A. H. Ross, H. O. Daniel, E. F. places and under Even Democrats who are at heart Tribune saya: circumstances Inquiries received on the subject. Judge Lancaster In county court free traders admit that the war has Society: circles here were shocked Liles, J. A. James, Will Delaney, Ves wholy apart from the atmosphere of "A candidate Is a slave," he added, created an emergency condition, and on Monday morning granted the " and I prefer to keep my freedom, today when It became known that Taylor, T. D. Owen, J. W. Baker, M. the trial and free from any sugges-Ashleyy, E. F. Render, J. W. Car- - tlon of mob domination or the like, that as a nraetlcal matter It muat ho Prayer of the petition of Virgil M. to speak as plainly as I see fit, es- - William F. McCombs, chairman of Q 1 rt . Qhlvnlv nnrl -- ArKnn rtnnlaoa i peclnlly i The racca. u is not so mucn tne war as facts were examined by the " the Democratic National Commltteo ter, L. M. Ward, Phllo Duncan. " call-- 1 at a time like this, when courts upon evidence submitted on the ending of tho war that will cause county citizens, asking for the Cases Tried. ,ftn seems t0 De ukel t0 and Mrs. McCombs had separated. kl ling of an election for voting on the a tariff emergency. beCQme nece36ary ,f the RepubUcan The belief among close friends of tho Ohio county vs. Burroughs Adding 'both Bfdes and both courts found The election party ,g t0, bond Question. In tho first place there Is now run- ;coup!e is that Mrs. McCombs soon Machine Co., trial bj- - court Te3tored to power; taken Prank'B allegations to be groundless, .except with respect to a few matters nlng, In favor of American manu- - was ordered to be held June 22 In. 1 will bring an action for divorce. under advisement. facturers. a tariff higher than tho Mrs. McCombs has spent much ! v. O. Hlbba va. Central- - Cnni iron ot irregularity not harmful to the High Defeats H. H. S. no Fordsville most ardent protectionist ever dream- - viesa county. time for the last several months at Co., jury trial Judgment for plain- - defendant. lue rorusviue tiign ocnooi Many lines havo ceased to' be other question submitted to the ed. the home of her parents. Col. and especung tne fact that Frank ' manufactured in Europe. Other lines than whether or not thore ball team defeated the lota high Mrs. John R. Williams of this city. tiff si 8.00. Com'th. of Kentucky vs. Evans- - waa not present in the court room , which have been manufactured In the shall be issued bonds by Daviess school, here Saturday by the score Mr. McCombs Is on his way to the vllle & Bowling Green Packet Co. when the verdict was rendere(his past In Germany and Austria cannot county, in the sum of GOO;000 for,01 ls to 9- - The 8me was slow and Pacific coast, but intends to spend hung Jury. presence having been waved by his the construction ... of roads and ragged, many errors and bones be Bonio time on his plantation near rpich the United States, counsel, but without his knowledge ing made by both teams. The unin the county, Furthermore, ocean freight rates brld Llttlo Rock, Ark. He stated In Chior consent), the Georgia court held Cor load of Slachlnery for Sale. usual hard hitting, however, kept cago a tew days ago that his trip have risen cnormously.ln some cases that because Frank, shortly after We have recently received a ob much as t waive hundred per cent, lieo SI. Frunk Loses Before The Su- interest up and the bunch of rooters had no political significance. of the celebrated Webber Farm the verdict? was made fully aware from H. H. S. never missed a chance preme Court. making a tariff wall which enables Although Intimate friends ot Mr. Wagons, Deerlng Grain Binders, ot the facts and ho then made a The locals and Mrs, McCombs have sought Washington, April 19. Leo M. to cheer their favorites. tho American manufacturer to ignoro to efMachines, Rakes, Osborne t,on tor a new trial upon over 100 eiftjrely all foreign competition. When Frank, the Brooklyn man under started off with a rush and it seem- fect a reconciliation, It Is stated by Disc Harrows, Hoosler Corn Drills, grounds, not Including this one. and tho war ends, this artificial tariff death sentence for the murder of ea tnat, alter maKing tour runs in tne one of them In a position to know Harrows, Cultivators, &c. Llkewlso had that motion heard by both the wall will disappear suddenly. This Mary Phaegan, an Atlanta factory . first, they would be tho victors by the real situation that there Is no all other kinds ot Farming Imple- - trial couryand the Supreme Court, d girl, lost another step In his fleht a score.' The visitors were hope for an amicable adjustment. sudden disappearance on an artificial ments, including Vulcan Plows, as be coud fot, after the motion had tariff will leave tho American manu- for life In the supremo court of the blanked In their halt of the first Mr. and Mrs. McCombs 'have been well as repairs for all ot this ma- - been adjudicated, against him, move but kept at it until the early lead married less than eighteen months, facturer holpless, and when the war United States today. chinery. We also have the Henney t0 set aside the verdict as a nullity In a decision, to which Justices against them was overcome. They the wedding having been celebrated does end there should be a statutory - because of his absence when the used three .pitchers In their attempt in London November 7, 1913. Wash Runabout, manufactured by the Mo- I verdict was tariff to resist the shock. That will Holmes nnd Hughes dissented, tho rendered. This court line Plow Co., St. Louis Mo. be a part ot the Republican argu- court dismissed Frank's appeal from to atop the slugging ot H. H. S. Pir-th- e ington society was greatly surprised Having purchased this machinery bold? that there Is nothing In the tie, tho slightly wild, went tho whole at tho marriage, federal court of Georgia, which ment. the announcement In carload lots, wo are prepared to Fourteenth amendment to prevent refused to release him on a writ of route for the home team. His sup- - of which, was made only one day In give very Tho second part ot the tariff closo prices to those need- - tue State from adopting and enforcport was at times very bad. corpus. ment can best be Illustrated by the habeas advance of the ceremony. ing anything in this line, Our aim ,nB so reasonable a regulation of pro-i- s 9 R Frank contended that alleged Innings case ot dyestuffs. We formerly reBefore her marriage Mrs. McCombs quick sales and small profits. So cedure." 0 3 10 0 3 5 0 lied upon Germany to supply us with "mob violence" at the trial and tho F. II. S. who was Miss Dorothy Williams, was it will pay you to see us before pur-- 1 Justice Holmes based his dissent 420 dyestuffs. Germany cannot now make fact that he was sent from tho court H. H. S. 10 a leader of tho younger set In the chasing elsewhere. We can save largely on the ground that the find them, nor ship them. Under these room when tho jury returned Its capital; and she Is recognized as you money. ing of the Stato Supreme Court on Burred Rocks. circumstances we turned to the, verdict had removed him from the one ot Washington's most prominent W. E. ELLIS & Blip., the existence of mob violence at a American business man and said: jurisdiction of the courts ot Geor- I have just bought from the es- - young 'hMtrons. Hartford! Ky. 39t4 trial is now binding on the United Kls. "Why don't you make these .tate of J. P. Foster 12 One barred On two occasions there hud been . States Supreme Court as was held by You should do it as a matter The majority opinion of the su- - rock hens and the rooster that cost rumors of Miss W(lllams' engageThe Cautloua Capltalli the majority. He said that be Baw preme court today rejected all those him $25; also one fine rooster from ment once'to Representative Glllett of patriotism." "I call It an unwarrantable blank no reason for adopting a sterner rule Assuming that the American bus- contentions and declared Frank bad Pope & Pope that I put In the pen and once to Capt. Archibald Butt, ety, blank Insult," said the get-rlc- h in criminal appeals than in civil apiness man accpts tho challenge and enjoyed all his legal rights in the with the 12 hens and I have penned who was lost with the Titanic. She quick promoter, angrily, peals and held that where questions j hap-jK- n Georgia courts. begin to make dyes, what will jthe Foster rooster with my barred and her sister were educated in the "Why, whats wrong?" asked his of law and facts were Intermingled Seemingly no other avenue of es- - rock hens. to him when the. war ends, and I now have three fine Georgetown Convent here, and have partner, In surprise. In civil cases, as here, the United 'Germany suddenly begins to make cape from the death penalty Is opea pens. Eggs 15 for $1.00; day-ol- d taken a great Interest in that instiDid you see what that old scoun States Supreme Court may review a and ship dyestuffs? Shall we leave to Frank through the courts. The chicks 15c each. Goshen and New tution, i drel did?" roared the promoter. "He State court's finding ot fact, man, who state pardon 'officials might relieve York rooster In pen No: 3.- ho American business FJWdYiAf, Mrs. .McCombs have carefully counted each of his fingers , Justice Hughes wrote no opinion, helped us out In an emergency to him. 41U J. C. ILER, Hartford. commented for some time on her atter I shook hands with him." but consulted with Justice Holmes. JS B, I to-da- y. -- ay ed e cy cannot-be.regard-t- o hat -- ' .. two-wee- co I ti-l- ls D. ... ' jad 0" -- ""j" I Dase-vote- rs 4. ng one-side- 12345C78 110 09 113 dye-stuff- s? 1 t M'ADOO BIG EMBARRASSMENT Son-in-laws Attitude Brings Wide Criticism. Controversy Between Bryan and . German Ambassador Also ". Causing Trouble. April 17. The Sec-rstn- Wfialilnslou. of mill tli Mr. Jolm B. Capon, of CH Pecan St., I'crt Worth, Tckm, had a significant cm It t'lM - particular. ' Ho tvi.i aflhi. . ' .ft so'- ri' c '.so of Ha trouble. constipation n 1 spent a pood d a', of vi n.- in trying to find a rerji'y. To l..i astonishment, reruna vory quickly isllevcd hlni cf hU bad b y m p t o in s . Thin happened a number of yeirs Slnco then, niro. Mr. Capers state at onco where leader OUR attention is re BRILLIANT LAWYER among such lawyrs became A.a Mason, as M. 4i spectfully called to W. S. Roberts, David It. Murray, J. D. Powers, K. Y. Rush, Clifford an important point PASSES AWAY Moormnu, Jns, K, Stone mid not generally known, othtrs. , Ho built up such a reputation as 41 that a laxative should have 49 tonic clement to success Hon. R. A. Miller Dies At an orator he wan In constant demand a at educational, temperance and po? fully meet constipation. nn he had been litical meetings, ho Y 0 I QUICK TRANSFER!! t 0 -- Three Good Automobiles Owensboro. iii" bril - Born In Ohio County In 1858 Local Bar Passes . Resolutions. Hon. Reuben A. Miller, one of the Treasury, Mr. McAiloo, Comptroller of the Currency, John Skelton Williams, have been churned with conspiracy to Injure one ol tho oldest and most respected banks in the country, by the IUrrs llnnh of this city an Institution which btfKUi business In 1S3C. The official-nniul are charged with iisIiir thttlr j office to satisfy a personal spite, in what promises to be the most suit In the history of the Nn-- 1 ' lloiml Bank Act. While tho controversy between the bunk and present management of tho Treasury is largely of a teclml-- 1 cat character, ami while the merits of that controversy will be detor- -' inlnoil by tho courts, the friends of j ' similar nttaclM of trouble, the prominent symptom oi r hleh la constipation, and has al-ays prompt find relief fro"i Tcruna. Ifo mya: Up to tho I Started tirtntj y wr IVriini I cuuld w that ho las had found e the most prominent citizens or Owensboro, and an attorney of wide fame, died at his residence In 'lie Hoover flats in South Fredrlca atreet, Saturday afternoon at 12::',0 o'clock. Mr. Miller was In his year. He had been seriously til for six weeks, nnd his death was He had suffered not unexpected. from an organic trouble of the heart for several years, and two years ago It was thought that he would not rise from his bed when stricken. flfly-soven- th c:H-ele- ni diink castor Ill.-- nl Tf .n.if ri o.t$a!Sj! KtfWiSi' J-- (d,h .m trassed ovr it because of Its incvlta- blif political offect. Such an attack, cers are alternating in dally InterinHdc ly so conservative and repu-taj- tl views to prove that depression has a i institution, on Secretary disappeared and that prosperity prefollowing the very general crivails. ticism of liim in connection with the Tliis campaign Is numerous shipping recently bill defeated there Is nothing so obvious as strike at Presidont Wilton adminis- real prosperity, nothing that reuires point. tration in Its most vulnerable less proof. The fact that the counDemocratic Sent ors said when try has to be offlclnlly advised of they Uonnrcss adjourned that, could its advent and impressed with its have allayed the widespread suspi-clp- h actuality shows the slim foundation which hail been occasioned, even assurance which are being atyong Their colleagues, by Mr. Mc- - lor the given to the country, and also the refusal to permit that bill to .decperate desire of the Admlnlstra- ! H.o.amnded to prohibit the Piu t0 invok(. thg alluteljr neCeg. sory conservator of the .Democratic to, blUraiiU, they could have pass-eU a well understood rule tfie.Jiipping hill, so dear to the rule. It T'onjr 4usinen men that economic I'reol&enfB heart. Furthermore, many laws are inexorable and eannot be Democrat Vin both Houses of Con changed .by artificial niethods. Pros- 'iAa v. mikajitil Va nnlnlrtH f Itait " "- pentj- - cannot be . created , by procla- tnothw had lon much unkind cri.-- mation nor can Its presence be de nlttiim- f Secretary Bryan, Mr. Jlc- hen It actually exists. The nied Atfoo bad become the ndministra-'fife- ; Administration cannot hope to con- -' greatest liability. pros-- , business Xjnf, jflrerelore. the courts shall vlnce a when his mafl"tfat lie Isshows ; perous trial balance Odnpltey oxoneratf Secretary Mc- - a loss. Prosnerlty fer political s brought by iAdpXlfrQifi' nnp,t bceatWj4lthnjust .. tit J 54tCBK Bbik, he will becprae A nsturaHy. The eraffcrats are liability and llie ires.- .ii, tia alnw 1nu(Jn!iment -. -- . .w . V... . , . ,. ... , woul ne moai em- lw. McrMfto.Uecauiio Mr. MaAdoo is ... nafffnrf of the aa Secretary hts soMn-law- , of Improvlnf conut- 'slon dor .flame of the Treasury, a fact which would . .x .,,, ,,.,.,.,,, make it moht ilistastoful to the Pres- ident to have to ask for his resigna- v TJiere is Intense ansiety In the tion. of the Secretary of the Navy lii ii n ami von IlcriiMorff. these days. It is gravely feared that SUU further to enibnrrasH tho Pres- the raiding ot the submarine, the ident has arisen an unfortunate con- F-which sank in the harlmr of troversy between Secretury Ilryau Honolulu with aH cr. uoard. will re- aJid the t.ernian aniiiassudor over tne ,.or; coditipa which will put the lHibHcBtion ot the latest G';rmmi note biame or that rilsa3fer squarely up-iis ot .ciear, In the first place, . Seert.tary Daniels. Commundr "note" Is really SMi,n fPaI,i,iv toid the Naval Cora- whether tho It- - communication from the Foreign mittee of the House of the unsafe Office or whether It originated with condition of a number of the subthe ambassador Furthermore, Count marines under his command, and he vten Bornstorff nialutuins that it wns was, on December D last, severely redelivered to the State Department on buked for his truthful testimony by April T. At tlrst Mr. Uryan declared Mr. Daniels. Representative Gardner It wntt not delivered until April 9. of Massachusetts has publicly charg- Now Mr Bryan says the note was de ed Secretary Daniels with responsiHvereil on April 5, just as he was bility for the dlsater and there are leaving to spend the week end at his many others who will not be slow to count y home In Aslioville N. C. that Indicate the Secretary if tlulr susit wati in German and ho paid little picions that his policy was responsiattention to It, merelyv passing it ble are verified. Another officer who over to n translator, and that he told the truth with entire frankness did not receive the translation until when he appeared before the Naval April 9. Mr. Uryan bays he never Committee was Rear Admiral Drad-le- y contented to tho publication of the A. Flske, and ho has Just been note, whereas tho ambassador main- made to walk the plank, metaphortains that he did. ically speaking, by the Indignant Some days ago Mr. Uryan said he Secretary. , had not read tho German note, but Admiral Flske has been one of that his subordinates had and were Hie chief aids of the Secretary and preparing a reply. Tho President has been regarded by all competent gravely objected to the character of to judge, as an exceedingly able adthe note and he considers it most un- ministrators of that office, but he fortunate that this controversy re- Incurred tho displeasure of Mr. Dangarding its receipt and publication iels because, when examined by memshould have arisen. bers of the Naval Committee, ho told 3Viieilty by Proclamation. them precisely what the condition Tho administration realizes keen- of the navy w'as and how unprepared ly thnt unless there is n return of for war. So he has now suffered . protpmity within the next twelve the penalty. months there will not he tho sllght-e,s- t. (Eunice tor' aDemocrntic victory No Use to Try unil Wear Out Your 1916, This is frankly admitted Cold It Will Wear You Out Instead. in on suffering keep Thousands by Democratic leaders In prlvato through neglect and the President him- Coughs nnd Colds conveisatlou and delay. Why make yourself an self is fully alive to the situation. oasy prey to serious ailments and have emphasized this elections as the result of a neglectfact and the spokesmen of the ad- epidemics Coughs and Colds sap your have begun a campaign ed Cold? ministration vitality unless checked to convince the country that pros- strength and stages. Dr. King's Now perity Is alreudy here. Tho Secre- in the early tury of Commerce haa Issued several Discovery Is what you need the first Your head clears up, !tat)innts showing the increased or- dose helps. freely and you feel so you breathe ders in certain industries, without, y Buy a bottle however, supplying details showing much better. 1 utid start taking at once. how many of these orders were directly due to the war In Europe. The ilunk Examiners issued another stateFOR FLETCHER'S ment tending to prove that the whole ..country Is prospesouu. Cabinet offl i Mc-Atjp- o, the Administration are greatly Uis-- 1 for help" 1'oruna was ablo to rect this condition completely In Mr. iTapera' ca'. at.d thcro la every rra-n- n that It was ti'e troilo to '' ,;:al!;..;3 f Poruni, n.'Je.l to iV iitmltt!. t!at proouru.l thU orv iksl-ablresult. cor- !' rv v riiyalc? of i no all KttuN and clasans meil. but v.-PaJ to call on the fountain yrlngs no g'Xid. ral'r, Aa for to '. ire Ills niagulficaut constitution, howovercame temporarily the trouble, and he regained his health ever, In some measure. to!le "?"" ft """ 1 - pur-1jjo- the-charg- es .('tfratcr ,dSoailont .... .. 1, ., ll !.. ,, V , f. Funeral services will lie hold at his late residence on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. J. II. Savage, pastor of Settle Memorial church officiating. Interment will follow In Elmwood cemetery, Horn In Ohio County. Reuben A. Miller was born In Ohio County, near the Hancock county line, at tho present village of Herbert. His father was a fnr-mand died when Reuben was a small lioy. Reuben wns soon, known as a typical widow's son. He, however, had older brothers, who shared the work of the farm with him. His mother was a Miss Ford nud was sifted with noble dualities of mind and heart. She quickly saw the aptitude of her on. Reuben, for studies, and' she did all htm In to encourage she could them. Attended I'lihlir Schools. He was sent to the publlb .schools in his boyhood days and later to an Institution of high repute iu that locality, for several years known as and which was Ford's seminary, presided over by a brilllnnt. man and genius as a teacher, Prof. John Clark. It was In this school that Mr. Miller first got an introduction to the classics of Englanft, "Koine and Greece. He delighted in these and even thus early' he becanio known as the orator of his locality. He then taught one or two terms of and in this way got winter leisure to got his first opportunity to read Blackstono and otber legal authorities, which he did without the assistance of any legal tutor. H never studied in a law otnee except nfs own. Located in Hauesiilie. He removed to Hawesi lib . where he took up the study of law regularly and. in 1S79, on completing year lie was admlt-e- d its. twenty-fir- st county bar, to the Hancock , j NOT SIT OF Now Does Her Own Work. Lydia E. Pinkham'3 Vegetable Compound Helped Her. Iron:n, Ohio." I am enjoying better health now than I have for twelve years. When I began to take Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound I could not sit up. I hod female troubles nnd wa3 very nerT used tho vous. remedies a year and I can do my work and for the last eight I cannot praise Lydia B. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound enough for I know I never would have been as well if I had not taken it and I recommend it to suffering women." women, too. months I havo worked for other He-ce- nt wa3 thirteen years old. She was in school and was a nervous wreck, and could not sleep nights. Now she looks so healthy that even the doctor speaks You can publish this letter if you of like." Mrs. Rena Bowman, 161 S. 10th Street, Ironton, Ohio. Why will women continue to suffer day in and day out and drag out a pickly, "I gave it to my daughter Daughter Helped Also. when she it existence, missing three-fourtof the joy of living, when they can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? half-hearte- d that Lydia E. lMnklinnr.s If you liavo ttio slightest doubt Vegetu-bloCoiupou- Children Cry CASTORIA (confidential) Lynn, Mn&s.,forud-vic- e. Your letter will bo opened read and answered by n wonior and held la strict confidence. to Lydia E.PlukhaniMedlcineCo. will hcliivuu, write slnco he wan elghlen years of age. ?! Meet all Trains al Beaver Dam and Hartford H lllerted County Attorney. Ik In 1S81 he was persuaded by J friends and leading Democrats to 11 a vo added a largo new car and wo aio now o make the raco for county attorney cfr against the nominee of the "Greenbutter equipped to handle our palnnnfo than ov- - h Ik back" party, which thon had the 43 or before. Will ri-n-t ear on Sunday? and other ascendency In Hancock county. Ho won easily, but after three years 1 tlays at reasonable price. Speed regulated to J2 of service, he resigned, as he found satisfy customer.-- . Nome tho place and tho iato i the office, which paid but a small i salary, more detrimental than beneh ? and we will do th'o rest. to his practice. ficial 4? l .Married To ."Miss Moielienil, lb Mr. Miller was married to Miss l l Maggie Morehead at Hawesvlllo, on sv IN CONNECTION WITH ODR LIVERY BUSINESS I Miss More-hea- d November 30, 1881. J resided with her uncle, W. S. i present veteran cashier Thomas, the r of tho Hancock Deposit Hank. Reo great popularity of the sides tho ? contracting parties, the wedding was notable In the town of ljnwesville, and Is often talked of yet, because 49 of the fact that It brought there t Inguest, the late most illstlugtilshcd Gen. Simon Roliver IlucUner, veteran of the civil war and the Mexican wa r. (Sen. Iliirkner's Foster Daughter. More-head- 's Miss In tho lntter war father, Joseph Morehe.ul, was a captain in Uuckner's division of the Confederate army, and wns kilted in the battle of Rowling Green Tho little Miss Morehead was left an orphan and Gen. Ruckner at one" became a foster father to her. lie neer coasod to teel a deep Interest In her and gladly attended the wedding. The union was a ery lmit one until the death or Mrs. Miller three years ago. To them wns born one daughter. Mrs. F. C. Malln and three sons. Kujrette. Reuben. Jr., and When you pay S895 for Wilbur, all of whom live in Owensin Inboro. and one child hich died an Allen 34 you get fancy. 895 of car. n The AUra J b Sfefomletl P.ti rktier's Nomination. Alien 37 You don't pay a cent for unIn May, 1R87, the Democratic Weston - Mtl necessary overhead expense. state convention met nt Louisville, fluking aIc, moiir. r to, who and le'!"rr upholstery, and Mr. Mitler was one of those Wc build integrity into every Allen WamrMrai'n.i'iHir seconded the domination of Simon automobile. 'Our organization ' is tert:ig .tv, Uft h.fi Bolivar Buckner in n speech that We are in strong and permanent. dnr, h made him famous all oter the state, hiS.fi, 110-ithe automobile business to stay. whccilu e, dcmouuutiV as he' had been In Hancock and Our purpotc is to make every Allen nmi, al'nir'ntim rranlt iielghtorlng counties before. RucU-ne- r rae and aluminum trai car do i: part in upholding our elected, and was triumphantly Cd .e, full fjuip-ntreputation for giving the createst ii when soon after, the legislature tf tltttnt lighu possible valiic for the price we get. ami cltctne jtarttr. Inspector created the oflce of state The i! t of IVr ! rr ! If you have been waiting until you the gtnernor apand oxamtner, 21iK lb . whirh weroMu'tmii-jcould buy a strong, swift, safe, .ui place. This pointed Mr. Miller to the economy of o;er..:i.:i kandsmr.t cjr without pajmg 3 doloffice was created because of the deW fiuilil ftvc Dthor lar more than its actual north, the aJvU. llkrn radli. falcation of "Honest Dick Tate," who rati tivs Imirini vr. Allen 34, car at ronii.ag In prlo fruoi had been stato treasurer for thirty 1678 t $1343. 5595, is tho complete answer to years Mr. Miller mjoii found this jour requirements. place wholly unsulted to his tastes slttt,fitiih, pwir, tttrtnj tf operr.lif., tiuifmeot, ifvttcablt nnd he resigned and came to Owensuauttei as J prut, Allen mri .alt il.t ItaJ boro to practice law In 1?S. convenIn the Democratic state JJ tion of 1S91, although just out of a I'octory Representative for Southern Ohio, Wont Virsick hed, ho placed In nomination ginia Icrritury, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. Joh,n for governor his neighbor. Dealers : Write or wire for agency proposition Young Drown, In a speech that was so oloquent that ho fairly electrified 225E2SaEHn!!Haffi3S?Si3?rCTiaffiSM tho audience He became associated with OwenB-- 1 - 4. C oro In the practice of law with Col. J. D. Powers, the firm being Powers & Miller. Later Judge J. D. Atchison joined the firm. Mr. Miller withdrew and for a time he and the late Wilfred Carico were law partners. In I have recently purehiiscd from A. C. Yeiser his recording Inter years he and the late Robert Agencies for the following Fire Inbiirnnco Companies: Continental, S. Todd became associated together, Hartford, JEtna, Phoenix add Fidelity, underwriters, which includes dissolving when Mr. Todd retired ! the business written in alt the towns and villages in Ohio county. from the practice. About three years ago a linn com- 1 These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, posed of Mr. Miller, Judge W. P. as circuit Sandlge. who resigned district, judge In the Russelvillo and removed to Owensboro, nnd Mr. of Mr. MilFrank Malln, ler, who moved hero from Ashland, ? Ky., was formed. Mr. Malln but recently retired from tho firm. General Council for I. II. and St. h. pi in 2s.i wtw Mr. Miller was In 1910 appointed wu ak v ftwuatfcjr tw general council of the Louisville, sen jwtnrude Uetachable Rowboat and Canoe Henderson and St. Louis railroad, Motors, which arc advertised in all reputable aVJMnvi succetdlng tho la'to James P. Helm, magazines of tho world. This advertising of Louisville. Within tho past year .campaign reaches thousands who have use ho resigned this position becauso of for portable and detachable rowboat motors, but who would have no use for launches on falling health. account of lack of time and no summer homes. Write During his residence In Owenspromptly for particulars us to how representatives are BLLflLvTBn H boro ho was engaged in the most with and protected. Begin operations at once 00 as 10 aotain tne lull Denent 01 tno season. important litigation that was tried years. at the local bar In twenty-fiv-e EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN He also was called upon to take part In big litigation in Loulsvlllo and many other points. Ills clients numbered not only the three railroad corporations that enter Owensboro, but a number of other big corporations doing business here. Ho camo hero a very poor man, but from his largo practlco built up quito a comIN THE petency. Notwithstanding his large pracSUNDAY SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY tlco ho consented to serve for many years as a member-- and president of the city school board. However, all overtures he steadily refused There Is a Sunday School near you. It is tbe best place la that wero made to him to become the world to spend an bour. But don't take our political or judicial a candidate for word for It. Try It for yourself. offices. to He literally worked himself KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. death in the practice of his profession which he so dearly loved. ; Cooper & Company Hartford, Ky. t?????rv??779c???eS 4 The Allen 34 worth Price, $895 Study these facts i- -J nt ',- -p I ii f Kenton Motors Go, 2lc;nShoiet niii-too- ." INEW t4 vv.CiC4- .- INSURANCE AGENCY E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. : son-in-la- w WA N T E D , .$$ s?jrjs&, TS "0" 5 APRIL 25, 1915 lui ' $ V$S$$$$tf.,$3$$$$$, Have You Seen It? i The New Ford Model With Cowel Dash. With Clear Vision Windshield. With Electric Lights. With Speedometer. With Improved Fenders. fc. kll) 11 I'll I, 82 Delivered to you and teach you how to put it over the road. .strong! of the Confederate States for th e 1&1G reunion of the United jj Confederate Veterans, Juno lst-3ri Ceremonies tho most solemn and av unique n re to be stneed In Illcnninml q muring reunion week, and from every s part of the South comes word of tho thousands of visitors who arc to attend. Arrangements for the care and , comfort of 10,000 loyal Southern people. riio outstanding feature of this week will be the formal opening of the Confederate Memorial Institute, the Imposing treasure house for relics of War between the States, which has been erected at Richmond afters years of effort. Another feature will be the laying of the cornerstone of the statue of Stonewall Jack son. Beautiful Monument Avenue is to bo converted Into a court of honor, In which all parades and ceremonies of tho week will tako place. Militia commands from all parts of the South and from the North as well, are to attend. Tho events gives promise of y being In tho extreme.. Invitations have been extended by the general committee to the Governors of all the States included in tho organization of the United Confederate Veterans, and it is confidently expected that in view of the Importance of the occasion many will accept. In addition the committee has in vited to be present the following ladies, wives of distinguished Confed d. I note-worth- I MI n VanderMJt Training: ScAooJ for Boj-- s I ' ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into tho best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and conies from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo made earlv. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write , IK 1 MATHENEY For catalogue and information. BATTS g Box A. 5 erate chieftalns:Mrs. J. Mrs. Rishard Lee. 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Her mother being very busy did not notice her absence, but when Mary Lou, on her return, vtold her mother what a good time she had had, she was rep- remanded for going without permis sion. Mary Lou listened patiently. and when her mother finished, she "" replied: "Well, muver, I dess I shouldn't have tolden you about this visit." This unique and valuable Atlas is free If not' now a subscriber, send $3.00 for a full? year's subscription, or $2.00 for a sixt to all Evcnine Post subscribers. Eody Is Americans Are Looking For Deliverance From Free duubu Apuuil &sjr uia PUaso nndmtasJ. tooio ratos aro by maH. ) I . OMr, and otlhroaiacarriaror(eab Auuiiiua f Trade. j tvm nvi kw lurasinAiivn viiuw jvur .UX.UAL. mbbiv i ttast Ak'LL'If. aj OaUr Jtvoalat Post, one year - - - 93.Q i KasftMtojSavariMVa.WaUCftart -Hartford Ttpnilhllcfln. - 1 vr - SLOWI . A- . Memphis, Tenn., April 17. The body of Itobert I. Crawford, missing was found this from Louisville, afternoon on an island in Wolf river only a short distance from disMemphis. A negro fisherman covered tho man In a clump of trampled down weeds. He was identified by a curd with his wife's name, her picture and a lock of her hnlr, that hu grasp in one hand. Letters addressed to Robert I Crawford wero In in his pockets. He had a gold watch with the Initials "It. I. C." In the centH In money. back and sixty-fiv- o Tho police say the man commitUnderwood TnrllT Doomed. ted suicide. His tracks from a river When from lullueutial Democratic landing to tho weeds, a secluded quarters comes an indorsement of tho nlunn tiflinin lin Ciilfitt n1 in Ollil fila Republican demand for a revision of life, wero visible, indicating that., l fPnrliT , nu' It lwifrltia ..' be must have gone there late last to look as If the measure were doom night. Republican ated to be short-liveThe body was turned over to the tack upon it is due primarily to the undertaker. Tho police have a re- fact that it "plays favorites" among volver found by Ills sldo with one Industries ami does not treat Americhamber empty.. Mrs. John Walters, can workiugmen fairly. The Demoproprietor of a grocery In North cratic attack upon It lays more emMemphis, told the police that she saw phasis upon its woeful and increasing n man answering Crawford's descrip- Impotence as a revenue raiser. Tho tion pass her store at 4 o'clock yes- current balauco in the Federal Treas terday afternoon. Ho was then walk- ury is $55,939,704 less than at ing in tho direction of the island, this time lust year, In spite of "war" three miles away. She said tho man taxes and in, splto of tho postpone- Hpoke politely, raised his hat and ment of payments due .in various di passed on. He was not acting strange- rections. Moreover, the deficit will ly. continue to grow, for under the law A card from Crawford's wife had sugars and sugar cano will bo adthe following wrlten on the back: mitted free on May 1, 191C, at great "For my darling, from your lone- loss of revenue. There have been ly little wife with a million kisses." demands from Norman B. Mack and It was 2 o' clock before the polico the Cincinnati Enquirer and from dilocated George C. Crawford, Robert vers other Democratic individuals I. Crawford's brolher. He went to and publications for a general revisthe undertaking parlors where the ion of the Underwood act, in tho inbody lay and positively Identified It. terest primarily of greater revenue, His grief was plainly visible as he and secondly for tle Protection of opened his brother's coat and gazed American industries, it is narmy blankly at some letters and cards likely that the Wilson administrajtrom tho dead mau's wife, Ruth tion will consent to a new Tariff law, Crawford. Ho was not satisfied with but tho evident need of it will favor a suicide theory, however, until he Republican success In 1916. Pltts- vlsltcd the place where the body was , burg Press. found and then said ho must have , A cure for Sour Stomach. shot himself. Father in Statement. Mrs. Win, M. Thompson, of Dattle Louisville, Ky., April 17. .Drown Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been C, Crawford, father of the unfor- - trubled with indigestion, sour stoni- tunato young man, received the first nch 0nd bad brenth. After taking news of his son's death from a re- - two bottles of Chamborlaln's Tablets porter this afternoon at 1.30 o'clock. am wejl. These tablets are splen- "My boh must have been dement-- 1 did none tetter.'' For sale by all m od. In a way I was prepared for dealers, -4 this, but It comes as an awful shock. Th.erp was no reason in the world why he should have killed himself. FOR FLETCHER'S He was happily man led and had everything he desired. He was a I I ITtwlni-li'nmd. J Children Cry CASTORIA fafiSSft'W Who can describe the Impatience with which all Americans of what- Health Promotes Happiness. i Without health, genuine Joy is imover fromer party conectlon, who have been ruined or injured by the possible; without good digestion and movement you canregular present Democratic tariff are look- not have bowel health. Why neglect keeping to deliverance? Its efecti are ing bowels open and risk being sick comparable to those of war or pesti and ailing? You don't have to. Take lence. J lie voters would see in a one small Dr. King's New Life Pill promise of prompt relief a star of at night, in the morning you will hope and would pin their hope to the have a full, free bowel movement party making It. Of all the failures and feel mucli better. Helps your If you are not familiar with Llppln- and criminal mistakes of the party appetite and digestion. Try one tocott's you are doing yourself and. in power, It has failed, aiftl failed ab- night. 1 the publishers an injustice. solutely, In almost everything, its ONE STAR. An Alluring Prospect. tariff Is the worst. Among disasters AS GOOD AS BOTTLED IN Georgie had come to spend the aftit is a catastrophe. no.M) Delivered anywhere In ernoon with little Mary, and a conEfforts to shift the blame to the the Middle West or East or war deceives nobody. The best Judges stant uproar issued from the nurany place In Kentucky for only of business problems are publicly ex- sery. In vain Mary's mother tried pressing the opinion that but for the to enforce tho etiquette of polite European conflict our situation would behavior. At Jast she took her little Either In Four Full Quarts "The Standard Fiction Magazine daughter on her lap and talked long bo worse than it Is. or Gallon Glass Jugs. to her. Tho sugar industry, an Ideal pro- and earnestly of America" Old Quality Is as pure and "Now, you see," she concluded, ducer of customs revenue, is facing mellow as Whisky can be NOW IN ITS ruin. Parts of Louisiana are repre- "you must let Georgie take whatth YEAR made. Distilled from the finest sented as already laid waste by tho ever he likes, because when you go selected grain, assuring that 25 Cents a Copy progressive strangulation ordained to his house he will let you have all $3.00 a Year wonderful aroma found only In by the Underwood law. Hawaii Is of his toys to play with, and won't good Whisky that is pure (The first magazine to originate bha experiencing tho depression. The take any of them away from you." especially suitable for family Idea of publishing a complete Mary sat thinking for a moment, beet sugar business Is beginning to or medicinal purposes. novel in each number.) brightly, "Mother, bo seriously affected. Tho great then suggested Get our complete price list. woolen industry was going from bad couldn't we go to Georgia's house Special prices made in quanA YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION to worse until partly revived by the now?" tities. war. The passing or the dividend on BRINGS YOU Stomach Troublo Cured. & Co. P. R. its common stock by the United H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa., Mrs. 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short Mall Order Department. States Steel Corporation was duo to CO 60 Timely Articles. Stories. Owensboro, Ky. the tariff as much as to the war. Ex- writes, "For some time I suffered Striking Poems. 200 Pages ot P. It. Lancaster & Co., perts have stated that selling prices from stomach trouble. I would have Owensbor, Ky. . and cost of production In the steel sour stomach and feel bloated after Gentlemen: Enclosed And business are so close together one eating. Nothing benefited me until I got Chamberlain's Tablets. After $ , for which send me, 'excould not pass a sheet of paper beLlpplncott's la enjoying. . a, bis retaking two bottles of them I was ... press prepaid, qts.; tween them. vival of popularity. , Thousands of dealers; m gals. Old Quality 1 Star. . Relief from these conditions at the cured." For sale by all sew readeru have been addcid to Its Name possible moment Is what a earliest subscription list during (he past A Real Catastrophe. Express Office vast majority of the people of this few months, and Its circulation is The cat settled herself luxuriously Postofnce country aro eagerly demanding. in front of the kitchen range. Little Increasing rapldlyK Cut Out and Mail Now. Hence, Immediate action without any Dolly regarded her with interest. of the delays Involved in framing' a They had no cat in Dolly's home. HOW TO REDUCE THE new tariff law Is what Is necessary. The cat began to purr. Tho prompt of the "Gran'ma! Gran'ma! Come here COST OF GOOD READING Payne-Aldrlc- h law, which was a rea- quick!" cried Dolly in great alarm. OVER SS YCARB' sonably satisfactory promoter of pros "The cat's begun to boll! EXPERIENCE y Send for parity, seems the best if not the Lippincott's "Little Beokof Big only means of obtaining this object. How's This? All tho United States needs is anBargains" t .. Wa offer One Hundred Dollars other McKiuley, and there will bo a Reward for any case of Catarrh New Edftlon Just Published for the yery general effort in 19 10 to choose Trade Marks 4 Season as good a substitute as can be found. that cannot be cured by Hall's Dcsiqns Catarrh Cure. Now York Sun. Copyrights &c. SENT FREE UPON HEQUE3T CHENET CO.. Toledo, O. a rfcttrh find description Anions m F. J. undersigned, & have known P. J. quickly xrrtulii our opinion frvu whetherwar We, the au Cheney for'tlie last IS years, and believe liirciiiloti s rroimblr ruuvniiifie, rumniutilm. Confcilenito Veterans to Meet. HANOEOOK oul'ateuis J. B. L1PP1NC0TT COMPANY him perfectly honorable iu all business lunlfrra. lMitet nuencjr Iir emrniff Patents. transactions and lluunclally able Richmond, Va April 13. Fifty out any obligations made by his to carry I'aivuis taken tuniuiu jiunu s i YIKSttltiarOSSti.ird.1792) PHILADELPHIA Arm. ntcuxt tut it t, without cunrse, IU Ilia years after tho destruction of the 'NATIONAL UANK OK COMMERCE. Scientific capital and the end, of .Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Toledo, O, Confederate Internally, ' To Prevent Wood Poisoning A tmniliomflr lllu.trtted weekly. I irsest clr. the blood and muStates, acting directly upon sybtem. Testimonials between tho war the cous surfaces of the ruUlioit nf iiur n icotlLC Journal. 1 trim. 13 a apply at ence (he wonderful eld rctlabl: DR yoirt (iHirttiunlK, tU Mudliiull r.eu..al.r. gray-cla- d 75 per bottle. Sold tho veterans of tho South- sent free, l'rlcu WUNN&Co.364BfMdj'-N6vyYorl- ( gical dretttnc Ibit rtlirtes mm ami hrals at cm armies are to gather in the old by all DniRKl'ts. Take Hall s rurally I'llls for constipation . '& .,:-- :, . t5itl "Old Quality" LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE $3.00 Per Gallon Lancaster - To-da- 1913-191- I Il0111111rial74-011udc11tl.i- fltttcricatt. tt-nt-s Ibc taiuc time. Mat a liniment. .'5c. 50c f I JO. .1 Itnnnl of Ifcnltli MectA. dental product of the business of ncWB The Ohio County Doard of Health ever it may bo Is always against evil, never for It. As Mr Sunday declares In their qunrtcrly meeting convened tfiMr.d ieortln to law at te I'oMofflc with such picturesque emphasis, the In Tlchcnor's and Taylor's office, trttord, Ky., amll matter of th ffconii newspapers have an Influence In tlio Whole board present, namely, County daM, prevention' of crime by tho mere pub- - Judge Jno. D. Wllson, President, r M nnNPTT. Editor & Pronrietor llcatlon of the news, but Its effect , Dr. D. F. Tlchenor, Secretary, Dr. V. Taylor, E. W. Ford and Dr. mere lncl-- J ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor nlonK that line Is not a dental product of theb uslness of news S. 1). Taylor members of the board. Meeting called to order by tho gathering. It Is an active, persistent Address all communications to and united enemy of evil In every President Tho following business The Hartford Republican. Upon transacted form. general recognized Motion made and carried that we somo moral questions thcro arc difNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ferences of opinion, some holding a institute a propaganda of education SaboctilMT lelrlnr th Nirrpntto n new thing to be evil which others, equally on laws of sanitation nnd prevention ddrroa mint pItb the iM nddm In making the honest believe to be harmless, and medicine throughout tho whole ' rqnt. newspapers which take a stand for or country by distribution of literature, Datlnrm Local" ntnl Stitlo 10c ter line and fc against sunch debatable matters are public addresses In schools, nt least pr llacinr each nililltloniil Inwrtlon. Obltunrlc, Herniation" ami Curd of Tliink t condemned or praised ns tho feelings one address on sanitation In each per lln, iniinry In mlvnnrr. of their readers incline. Rut every Magisterial district and that now beCbarrh Nntlcw for avrvlrra free, lint othw real newspaper supports nil that Is ing the time to swat the fly and In fa ifr line. torch nilvrrtbf inonymoof comnmnlrntlonn will mrivp no unquestionably good and opposes nil fact do general clean up work. Therettntlon that Is undoubtedly bad. We know by preventing much sickness nnd save of no exception to this rule. Globe many lives. Wo beseech nil the TBLSF3I01TEC. doctors, the people and especially the Democrat. Ohio county Medical Society to asCO rormoia' l.C'va.f.aal sist us. Same Old Story. 2 Motion mado and carried that we "Two years of Free-Trad- e is genFRIDAY, AI'RIIj 2.1. erally enough to make the public request each one of our county papers to allow us space In their valuwish they had voted the other way," China finds that being a republic says the Waterloo (111.) Republican. able papers and to have published does not relieve her of the troubles "The present is no exception, nnd each week In a column to be known she has heretofore had to bear. 19 1C will show another great land- as the Health column, so that we can more thoroughly promote our slide." Judge O'Rear's splendid support It doesn't require anything like sanatation campaign. n 3 Motion made and carried, That league in two years this time to convince (?) from the the 1911 no doubt prompts him to go on public Is the thing we Insist Hint each physician thru-ou- t that Free-Trad- e tbe stump now. the county comply with the they don't want. The present Tarconta-gcou- s iff hadn't been in operation six law by promptly reporting all Nobody In these "diggins" is get- months before they saw, and saw and infection diseases and that ting excited over "State wide." We clearly, that it worked the very same ror tneir convenience we have rehave oil the blind tigers we can at- way that every other Free-Traen port blanks printed and sent to them. 4 Motion made and carried, That tend to at home. actment by the American Congress we at once request the State Hoard had worked to the detriment of the Notwithstanding the great Repub- country through the shutting down of Health to furnish every physician lican landslide in Chicago the Demo- of American mills and workshops In the county with literature on sancrats succeeded in electing a negro and the consequent dispiriting of atation so that they may distribute to the city Council. American labor and capital in every it among the people. JUDGE JNO. B. WILSON.Pres. In Anyway Senator Beckham and line of industry and investment Dr. B. F. TICHENOR, Sec. every State in the Union. Judge O'Rear never ran against each DR. J. W. TAYLOR, Indeed, had they allowed the'fr poother for office. That may, account litical animosities to cool and their DR. S. D. TAYLOR, for it in a measure. DR. E. W. FORD. better judgment to assert Itself in they didn't, the AmeriIf the English sparrow would on- 1912, which Osteopathy. ly cultivate a taste for the house fly, can people might have foreseen what Dr. G. B. Dockery, whose olfice Is hardships were headed right In behe would go a long step toward makvictory of that at Beaver Dam, will be In Hartford hind the Free-Traing himself tolerable. year. True, some years had passed every Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week and will treat pa Judging from the protests already since they had experiences tho evil 37tf effects of a Free-Trad- e Tariff, but tients at their homes. written, should Villa fire into Brownsville, Texas, we will retaliate still not so many that they couldn't Report of the Condition of tho recall those dark days and, in their by moving Brownsville out of range. calmer moments, wish that they BANK OF HARTFORD The public Interest in the condi- might never look upon their like F-- 4 Doing Business at the town of tion of the before it met disas- again. ter U more than idle curiosity. The period may The present Free-Trad- e Hartford, County of Ohio, Secretary of the Navy will no doubt be a little tougher than anybody State of Kentucky at the close of business on looked for, but, we undertake to say, discover this sooner or later. nobody is greatly surprised when 15th day of April, It nay be true as many Democratic tough times follow close upon the 1015. leaders .prefer to believe, that there enactment of a Tariff . s no significance in recent election law. Day does not succeed day nor RESOURCES. Results, but even they must admit night ' more surely. Springfield Loans and Discounts. . .$188,475.53 that it is a strange chain of circum- (Mo.) Republican. Overdrafts, secured and stances that gives the verdict always unsecured 1,375.92 to tbe Republicans. Stocks, Bonds and other Altitudes in Oregon. Securities 6,300.00 Scattered over the State of T Daviess County is to vote on a 18,316.16 are more than 850 bench marks, Due from Banks bond proposition for roads June 22. 10,826,98 showing the exact elevation above Cash on hand If The amount asked is $600,000. mean sea level of the point on which Checks and other cash Daviess spends this much on her items 985.18 the mark has been permanently roads within the next few years, and placed. The highest point thus indi- Banking House, Furniwe believe .he will do it, what Is ture and Fixtures. .. 4,000.00 cated, which has an elevation of Ohio' county go i tip 'to do? Wo can00 feet, is in Crater Lake National Other Real Estate not afford to let Daviess get ahead Park, on the point of a perpendicu- Other Assets not includof us to that extent, at least. ed under any of above lar cliff at the head of the north fork heads. Current expenof Bear Creek, northwest of Mount It- is well to remember in discusses and taxes paid . . 2,345.00 sing the financial conditions of Ken- Cott. The point is marked by an tucky, that the Republican party has aluminum plate nailed to the base Total $232,625.00 fir tree. The exact elenever been In power In the State for of a LIABILITIES. one moment In all ite history. The vations of all these bench marks are State legislators cie.ite3 offices, oth- shown in Bulletin 556 of the United Capital Stock paid in, $ 40,000.00 in cash er than those provided for by the con- States Geological Survey, which con20,000.00 tains tho result of spirit loveling in Surplus Fund stitution, increases salaries and makes appropriations. It fixes the Oregon, 1896 to 1913, Inclusive, was Undivided Profits, less expenses taxes and with the State State tax rate. The Republicans have done In paid 1,005.28 never been in control of the legisla- of Oregon, under equal allotments of ture In Kentucky. Voter remember funds by the Federal and State sur Deposits subject $76,75S.S8 this when people talk of Republican veys. The bulletin also contains a to check list of about 200 secondary eleva Demand Certi rule in the State. tions from records and topographic ficates of De-- . 00 r Mr. Sunday mill the Press. maps of the Federal Survey, Includ- posit n Billy Sunday, in his talk to the ing altitudes of summits Time Deposits 94,712.84 00 New York Press Club on "The News- water surface elevations of promi- Certified Checks 00 171.471.72 paper and its influence for Good or nent lakes, and other useful eleva- Cashier's checks Evil," pays a tribute to the general tions. The highest point In the Duo Banks and Trust Companies 00 integrity of the newspapers and the State yet determined is Mount Hood, d Notes and Bills newpaper editors of the country that 11,225 feet above sea level. oo Eugjneers and surveyors who need we believe Is well deserved. But when 148.00 he says that "if the newspapers of to have accurately determined points Unpaid Dividends 00 New York, Chicago, St. Louis and from which to start surveys of any Reserve for taxes g 00 bulletins Bills Payable move- kind find the Boston combined In a clean-u- p ment all tho gangs and thugs and published by the Geological Survey of Other Liabilities not included under any of thieves and dishonest politicians considerable value. Although the 00 above heads would beat it," he exaggerates our Survey's published maps show the power for good as much as he does elevations of points within the areas Total $232,625.00 in the declaration that 'if every news- mapped, these elevations are only appaper In tho country was suppressed proximate, whereas many of the elecrime would Increase 100 per cent in vations listed in the bulletins are State of Kentucky,) )sct. twenty-fou- r of a foot. hours and all hell would given to the Those who have occasion to use County of Ohio, ) hold a jubilee." The press will blush-ingl- y We, J. W. Ford and C. Hunter, admit that it has an influence, the bench mark elevations in Orebut it is not prepared to claim such gon should have a copy of this bulle- President and Cashier of the above tremendous power as Mr. Sunday tin for reference. Bulletin 556, which named Bank, do solemnly swear that would so 'graciously confer upon It. was prepared under the direction of tbe above statement Is true, to the chief geographer, best of our knowledge and belief. If it possessed such power and did R. B. Marshall, J. W. FORD, President. not ezesclse it it could very properly may be obtained free on application C. O. HUNTER, Cashier. be held responsible for the continu- to the Director of the Geological Subscribed and sworn to before ance of evil in the world. Unfor- Survey, Washington, D. C. me thiB 22nd day of April, 1916. tunately, evil is not so easily removed MARGARET MARKS, as bis assertion would indicate. It Black Minorca from J. D. Russell's Notary Public. has been firmly Intrenched upon the best matlngs. Eggs, from pen 1, My Commission Expires Feb. 11th, earth for a good long while, and $1.25 per 15. Pen 2, $1.00. White forces more potent than could be Wyundottes from L. E. Whltsitt's 1918. Correct Attest: brought to bear by tho press or any and Mrs. Tom Hayden's best blood. ROWAN HOLBROOK, other human organization have as Eggs $1,00 per 15. Castrating and R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, sailed It continuously for centuries, other Veternary .Surgery carefully yet it survives. J. C. THOMAS, performed. L. T. BARNARD, Directors. This much however, we ,do assert 36tf R. F. D. 4, Hartford, Ky. Hertford Republican. PROGRESSIVE FARMING The antiquated methods of breaking the ground, preparing the soil for planting and planting the crops look very much Implements manout of date when compared with the ufactured and marketed by the up-to-da- te . Famous Oliver Chilled Plow Co., For Which We .are Sole Agents for This Territory. The walking Oliver Chilled Breaking Plows are being suc- ceeded by the famous OLIVER Riding Breaking Plows, which means more and better results and very much less labor on the operatdr. anti-saloo- de Harrows are of little importance when compared with THE OLIVER DISK HARROWS with flexible steels trucks that insures lightness of draft and perfect operation of the Implement. peg-toot- h The old DROPPING and covering the corn by hand is being sup- planted by the celebrated BLACK HAWK CORN PLANTER which drops the corn and covers it all at the same time. Figure how much you can save with an implement of this kind. de t CULTIVATORS OLIVER MAKE, any style you need, DISK CULTIVATORS, FOUR-PLOCULTIVATORS, CULTIVATORS, FOURTEEN-TOOTCULTIVATORS, DOUBLE SHOVELS. Ride W SIX-PLO- W H and do better cultivating than you ever could walking and do doubleuhe amount of work. Implements enable you to cultivate a larger acreage with no extra hands to hire, just the same as you can haul three times the tonnage over a good road that you can over Labor-savin- g a bad road. 7,-4- Better Methods of Cultivating, Better Roads, all contribute their share in moving us further along the road of Up-to-Da- te Labor-Savin- g Implements, - progress. in carload lots. You can see them here any day or a telephone call will bring our salesman to your farm. 36-in- We buy these Oliver Implements well-know- E. P. BARNES & BR0; Beq-tfe Redls-counte- spirit-levelin- : Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest a If you had a machine that you could operate at a good profit day in and day out, would you not count as a loss the time it stood Idle? machine. Invested in Your money Is a good money-makin- g our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It earns Interest every day of tbe week, every week of the month and every month of the year. Remember, we give you absolute security '' '' best rate of Interest. and-pay ". you the Dciq, Iferitncly. TheHinge Door Silo TM Silt That Ovm SatiifactiM be kept closed all the time and. prevent silage freezing In winter, crying in summer. The safe, easy a climbing ladder all steel door frame and many more big features, Get our oner on aLans- Ing bllo or on the Sllbtr-tah- n 1 Has the quality construction that saves work and time. Doors can Central Trust Company Cor. 4th and KNOWN EVERYWHERE ma Frederic. Silage Cutter. Light Running the SAFE and RKLIABLEBANK 9Mmr9mHi THEGMBAISUPPIYCO. Owensbgro. Ky. S vUii "iiiiH , Report of llic Condition of the For Conda Itosa Tomato Slips call It on II. B. Mlflchke, Hartford, Ky. BEAVER DAM DEPOSIT BANK MrtmrR. B. T. Stevens and J. D. yes A Hunk Doing Ituilncs In Town Taylor, Ilravcr Dam were here terday. of Ileal er Hunt, County of m. m m Ohio, State of Kentucky, at After a visit" to her father, Mr. . the Clove of Iluslncxs on John Duke and other relatives, Miss inth Day of April, lll!l!l!llll!lll!!!lllinn Muhlc Duke returned to Louisville m illillllllllllllllllllllllll w lt)15. Sunday. Mr. W. 0. Henrictt and daughter, RESOURCES. MI&8 Bather, have returned from they Loans and Discounts ..$184,546.71 Florida, where Tltusvllle, Overdrafts, secured and spent tho winter. 419.95 unsecured i In thlR Issue we print tho state Stocks, Bonds and other ment of the Hank of Hartford, show26,308.55 M Securities ing un unusually prosperous condi Due from Banks rWmW Wk i Mc 68,988.76 de"Perfect gowning tion of that Institution. fUVMY 17,327.47 Cash on hand mands the Stocking Sec Cooper & Go's nd in this Issue. Banking House, FurniBenuliful." They arc prepared to fill your or 2,000.00 ture and Fixtures... m ders in auto hire on short notice and The "Stocking Benuliful" i ex- ML M1 prtned in 33tf u to any part of the country. Wm $299,591.44 Total For lower prices on Farm and LIABILITIES. Poultry Fencing and Harbod Wire, Capital Stock paid in, ACTON IJUOS., call on $ 25.000.00 in cash Hartford, Ky. 40tf Surplus Fund 31,500.00 Hj See our tillc and tillc tiile hosiery today. li ' Loit. Pockethook on streets of Undivided Profits, less Hartford last Saturday, containing expenses and taxes paper money. Kcturn to this office paid 2,620.79 Next to your Headwear comes your Hosiery 40tf Deposits subject for description and rewnrd. Get your Fertilizer, Field Seeds to check ...$ 95,244.42 and Footwear, to make your appearance neat. Time Deposand Farm Implements from. D. U. D. SANDEUFUn, $145,226.23 240,470.65 its you ever bought our BLACK CAT hose Have Deaver Dam, Ky. 40t3 widely advertised and there $299,591.44 Total from us? They IT. W. S. Stcarsaiah and wife, hlnl Mrs. John II. McIIenry, of Owens- made for the price. We have them is no boro, will motor over today for a Statu of Kentucky,) )sct. few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. County of Ohio, ) in Children's, Misses', Ladies' and Gentlemen's. P. Taylor. We, I. P. Barnard and John H. you Daybreak We can furnish Cashier of the All shades, and price ranging from 15c to $1.00 Corn and Tobacco Grower Fertilizer Barnes, President and above named Bank, do solemnly at reasonable prices. swear that the above statement Is per pair. ACTON BROS., true to the best of our knowledge Ky. Hartford, 40tf Our showing of Ladies', Men's and Children's "and" wife, for- and belief. Mr. Loney Hoover I. P. BARNARD, President. merly of Central City, have returned appreciated by seeing them. JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. Slippers can only be conhere, where Mr. Hoover will be Subscribed and sworn to before nected with tho Bottling Works of me this 19th day of April, 1915. appreciated and will give you an A call will be Hoover Bros. MARSHALL BARNES, Rev. Montie McFarland of the Bap Notary Public. seeing tne best line in Hartford. opportunity of tist Seminary at Louisville will January My Commission expires IT PAYS TO preach at the Hartford Baptist church 23, 1918. Remember this, and also morning and night of the 2nd SunCorrect Attest: day in May. TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU G. H. BARNES, JNO. H. BARNES, The meetings which are being MONEY. C. P. AUSTIN, conducted at the Christian church a by Eld. Lloyd are growing in InterDirectors. est daily. Ho is preaching some clear convincing sermons which are Pulntlnc Does your house need bound to accomplish good for our Painting? If so, let me paint it. town. The business house services Special attention and care taken with are especially beneficial and appre Inside work. Work done, by the day ciated by tho people. Eld. Lloyd or contract. Prices reasonable. Sat will lecture at the Methodist church isfaction guaranteed. Estimates fur. on temperance Sunday afternoon at nished free. ,.- CLARENCE CASE3BIER, 3 o'clock. Hartford, Ky. We have about five communica 38t4 tions from our Socialist friends all an Tlnsley. For Mr. J. C Riley was In Louisville swering articles by Mr. lack of space we must leave them this week. out this week, but they will appear Mr. A. R" "Carson was In Louisville In our next Issue. We would be this week. FRIDAY, APKIIi 23. glad If those who are debating this Mr. C. O. Hunter Is In Louisville question with Mr. finsiey would R. TIME TAULK. for a few days. agree upon one of their number to l. M. & ST. L. It. I Wo. 116 due at Ellmltch 9:20 a.m. Dr. B. F. Tlshenor Is the owner of represent their side. As a fair news paper we desire to give all a hearing No. ii4 due at Ellmltch C:15 p.m. a new Reo automobile, 3:40 p. m bue we cannot fill our columns from No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch i Mr. M. Bean will return today from so many writers who are all attempt Ar. Irvlngton . 3:40, p.m. trip" to Louisville. a short ing the same end. Lv. Irvlngton , . 5:46 p.m. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Miss Evelyn Clark spent the weekAr. For Sale. 'No. 111 Lv. Louisville , . 8:35 a.m. end at her home In Sunnydale. One carload of Lime Irvlngton .10:06 a. m. Ar. Mr. V. A. Clark, Sunnydale, paid barrel, net weight, at $1.10 per bar.10:40 a.m. Lv. Irvlngton our offlce a pleasant call Tuesday. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., rel. . 1:04 a.m. Ar. Ellmltch The Rtoduce Merchants. will pay 15c in trado Friday and 39t4. Saturday for eggs. M., II. & K. R. W. TIME TAULE. Other Baseball Notes. ILER & BLACK. Do you know South Hound, No. 115 Manager W. S. Tlnsley has been Mrs. McFee, of Cincinnati, Is the 8:45 a. m- Due at Hartford tho park in order and guest of her mother, Mrs. McCor-mic- k. busy getting Hartyou North Bound, No. Ill East End now presents the appearp. ro. C:15 Due at Hartford ball field. That part ance of a real Miss Lorena Ford, Bowling Green, (Both "Mixed Trains.) 8:45 ford of the fence which was blown down guest of relatives and friends is the by last winter's winds has been reIn town. built, the grand stand strengthened do Wire .cloth at S. L. King's. Mr. S. M. Everly, Centertown, R. and the grounds put In order. ' stop at When attending Court see us while here No. 1, came in to Levys, City Restaurant. Monday. Owing to an oversight the score hurry! Crackers7H). by the box Mr. and Mrs. C. ETMorrlson have of the game between Rockport and ILER & BLACK. returned to Fordsvllle, after a short Fordsvllle high schools failed to appear In last week's Issue. Rockport visit here. Loose MlnceMeat SO'GOOD! fine. 6:15. ILER & BLACK. New Lettuce, Radishes, Cabbage won by 8 to 6. Local fans who saw the game were well pleased. things. and many other Jumbo and Sweet Pickles. the" 'ILER & BLACK. ILER & BLACK. Rickard, the star pitcher of the Dr. C. DeWeese, of CUhton, Ky., Sunday Remember April 25th is 1914 team Is trying out with ready-to-wea- r :i is here as an expert witness in the local Schood rally day. the Lexington team of the Bluegrass Jones case. many friends League. "Rick's" Mr. E. Morris, Hartford, No.jl, in Mr. Smith Hoover has gone to Monday. here are anxious to see him make waB here Central City where he will work for good, but if he falls to stick with the W. S. Tlnsley Is spending the week- Hoover Bros. Colts he will be welcomed back to end In LoulRVllle. Miss Bessie Gillespie left Monday old East End. We'll kill the fatted called Mr. J. W. Baker7 Render, And for Louisville, where she will resume calf, It such does come to pass. ,to see us Tuesday. study as a nurse. , be Garden and Farm' Toolscan Every year there is more talk of Eld. H. BrGwInTThas bought a new transwill pay found at Her & Black's. the league in Ohio county and wo a Automobile company. Mr. Herichef Ross Is spending predict that not many years will if Infew days In Louisville Mrs. Rowan Holbrook entertained elapse before such a project Is Garden and Farm Tools can be the Ladles Social Club at her home augurated. Such leagues are being organized all over Illinois and Wednesday afternoon. found at Her & Black's. states and are a success where Seed Sweet Potatoes. . See- - the, statement of the Beaver other anxLevys they havo heen given a trlaL CerILER & BLACK. Dam 'Deposit Bank In this issue. It tainly It would not be a money makis an Institution to be proud of. For Bale A good work mule. ing proposition, but all that would be you ious U. 8. CARSON, Grocer. 37tf-- ' Large line loose Garden Seed leacarry Beans, Peas, Corn, Beets and all desired Is running expenses. A to 'WaatRellableman BEAN. gue of six or eight small townB with A a ILER & BLACK. DR. L. IL other kinds. mail, address. one or two games a week would do Dr. Joe that. Holbrook, Mr. Rowan y Mta Verna Duke left rnursaay neighof "morning for a few dayB In Louisville. Taylor and McHenry Holbrook Bpent v .. 24 to TiiPR.lav and Wednesday at the lake - - -- - Altho the boys didn't get to going ', T4re liiuiu,au; buy from us. good Saturday It was- apparent that 40' iachesblack. and galvanleed, at near Cromwell fishing. Dr. E. B. Pendleton and Mr. It. there is some good material In the '? 8. U. King's. us soon, 'Come - ' ' turdaf"Candy"Speclali:15c and t. Collins left Thursday morning for younger fellows here and with some Lexington, where they will attend good hard coaching they could be "". 20c values, 10c the pound. welbe glad CITV RE8TAURANT. the Maccabee convention. Mr, Col- developed Into good timber. With t.f: lins represents Hartford Tent, No. a little more experience Williams, .'Jus t received a large shipment oo Ptmillplnn eoea D.1 who played short for H. H. 8. will wVilta rr you. .4r4Voren. Wire, all slies make 'em all take notice. state physician. ILER & BLACK. Important i Ta j Yah v LOOK AT OUR STYLISH NEW GARMENTS ALL READY TO WEAR I Dame Fashion Says 5r-v- JtmW J x I I ........ mm Black Cat Hose hh are better OUR NEW .STYLIJH GARMENTS YOU WILL BUY YOUR J. OUR GARMENTS HAVE THAT YOU WANT. WE "NIFTINEJ.S" OF .SELECT OUR MATERIALS AND CoLoR COMBINATIONS WITH CARE. THE MAKE S .SEE READY-TO-WEAR DE-5IG- WHEN YOl PERFECT. WE PUT THE LOW PRICE ON OUR READY-TO-WEGARMENTS WHEN WE FIRST MARK THEM. IN OUR STORE YOU Do NOT NEED TO WAIT UNTIL .GARMENTS HAVE "GONE OUT" OF STYLE BEFORE WE "S,T ART IN" TO MAKE THE L6W PRICE. AR that JusuGb , , CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. ' Hartford, Kentucky, i Hartford Republican. $ Levys We Are Now ft 150-pou- Service can leave Showing that at morning, shopping every your Many good things in Spring and Summer goods for Men, Women and Children. Come in and see our big bargains in all lines and don't forget the famous A. B. KIRSCH-BAUSuits for men. all-wo- ol M X at and get home at Isn't that Clothing Hub Hartford, Ky. Co. tI MAKE AN I It puts best and EFFORT , millinery store Kentucky within your reach. your portation too your $20. NEW JEWELRY STORE Prices to suit the times. All kinds of repair work given prompt and careful t purchases amount to are to have for to get he best and don't be satisfied with anything else. Our Feed Is absolutely attention. In Ament's old stand, across street from Barnes Bros. Give me a call. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. great patron. many your to see the best obtainable on -- ' - bors the market. H Is food enough for the best stock In the land, while the price makes H cheap enough (or the poorest Obtain our prices. R. W. KING, Expert Jeweler and Optician, .- 'h I we'll come to W. E. ELLIS 4 BRO. The Produce Merchants KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, Beaver Dam, Ky. lies about her relatives. lloominft lrocrlty. Tho man who Is thrown on his, own The New York Sun has Joined the j SUNDAY SCHOOL DAY prosperity boom brigade. Its Issue resources seldom lands In an easy of Sunday, April 11, teems with san- chnlr. guine expressions from numerous There arc a lot of fool names for Order of Worship and Instruction, cities, nil testifying to the outlook laziness, but ennui Is about tho bigApril 25, 1915. Law Attorney for better business and a return to gest fool name of the lot. HAJlTKOItD, Kr. Why is it Hint thcro Is always one , 1. Music (Strains of sacred music prosperous conditions. .WASHIMTMiZ5l i Hut wo notice that nmong the per- cartridge left in the empty gun In Ui Will practice bin profwlo X Octl softly, nt the sound of which Large Things Are Being Done t i 'lll be fillent.) sons so quoted there is a very small which tho cheerful idiot playfully i i ftifd adjoining counties. Communal) percentage of Industrial producers points nt tho innocent bystander and Cr.inlnal Practice n Specialty. 2. C.tll to Worship by the Schools of Blue . k and wage payers. , when tho fool killer Isn't around? Superintendent praise the "Oh, infA milFl kSTTZZZit ii m.v Grass State Also It Is to ho observed that in : iiiiiii iirnMrK an Tho main reason why there nre so Lord, all ye nations: Praise him, all 1 practically all of the optimistic state- ninny divorces is because there arc ' ye people." in a city where food hotel! Z School "For his merciful kindness ments no mention Is made of the one too mnny married women and too abound, the Powhatan beads the Law A Is great towards us: And the truth of single factor that alone can Insure few wives. OUT MILLION FOR ARE the Lord endureth forever." It la first z ; countrymen. In the hurta.of lu H the return of prosperous conditions HARTFORD, KY. The fashion sheets predict a revoSuperintendent "1'ralse ye the that is, the employment of the lution in underwear. Well, a change M(fwb. W. II, Uartwti tuiU C. Lord." two or three millions of American Is necessary every now nnd then. Encouraged by Success of Last Year, announce Mint thoy havu form-3. Hymn "Holy, Holy, Holy." workers who have lost their Jobs When a man tells you that his wife the Kentucky Sunday School Atto a parUKrhi!jj fw the Boiwral irruc-- I 4. Hcsponshe reddlug from the as the result of e Tariff believes everything he tells her you fHHislil? clcitlon Has Appointed April 25th, lice of law, except cnLiuliial nnd dlyor Scripture. legislation. can bet that he Is cither monumental 101D, as the Second uw5, Mr. 6tnlth boliig County Mtur-- j Leader "The entrance of thy words This Is the crux of the situation. llnr or thnt he hasn't been married School Day" Extensive Prepara- giveth light; it plveth understanding ny Is prjvciitd f rum prncti'clug aiic milWhen will theso two or three more thnn two weeks. tions Are Being Made. to the simple." cwwi Mr. Ikirmvj u.Jll itullvldusUlj lions of the unemployed get back As n rule, tho man who Is a great School "Thy word is a lamp unto Oftluvj In practice. accent The TWIiatan n re(Inel, their Jobs? help to his wife and who Is handy my feet, and a light unto my path." and restful. Its excelHartford Republican building, HartWhen will the pay envelopes bo around the house Isn't worth a nickel lent location on Fcnnsyltama Last year the Kentucky Sunday Leader "Gre.lt peace have they ford, K" Avenue, 13th ami II streets, for any other Job. School Association, which represents which loe thy law; and nothing shall full and plenty again? makes it a desirable licadquar-ter- s When will the lost purchasing lor bridal couples, tourist offend them." fashWhat has become of the old all of the Sunday Schools of the state, utiles, conventions. Schools and. School "Unless thy law had been power of the country ho restored? tollcgcs. ioned supper that consisted of hash . about four thousand in number, with my delights, 1 should have perished in D. When will the missing $10,000,-00- 0 and stewed tripo nnd prunes for The Towhatan attracts the average attendance of nearly three mine aflllctlon." people ol culture and education. as a day of wage earning and wage dessert? Attorney Law Its proximity to State, War and Leader "I understand more than spending flow again into the channels Navy Departments, also to many hundred thousand, appointed May Ignorance Is bliss. That's the reaKY. HARTFORD, lointa of historical interest, uuun-uiii oecause i Keep wiy pie .of pr0llllct0Ili 3rd as a state-widconsumption, nier- - son why a married man often hides makes this hotel especially atASSOCIATED WITH M. L. IIUAVIMN tractive to a discriminating pub- Day," when an effort was made 'chandlslng, trade and trnnsporta- - his money in the sweat band of his a'u School "The law of thy mouth is. , to secure one million people in the linHn. ..., . This office Is equipped for handThe Powhatan offers room n1.l HOIll ,UnH lUUUkAUUa hat for a month after his wife dis11IC illilll tl...nnn UI &UIU UCllVI UlltU ith detached bath at SI.10, Is there any evidence of revival covers where he is hiding It. ling Commercial Sunday Schools of the state for that and sliver." and Collcctlou $2.00 and up. Rocms with private bath, S2.SC, 13.00 and up. Items as well as other legal nnd litiAll "Let the words of my mouth, along these lines, outside of the very day. This was the first time such a A man will go into u snake disWrite for booklet uith msp gated matters. I'ractlcu lit all ,yf( etute-wid- e movement had been at- and the meditation of my heart be ac- few which are profiting by the ab- pensary to get away from himself, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. ceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my normal and ephemeral market for and nfter awhile he will look Into courts. Prompt and vigorous service. tempted by any state. .Manager. strength and my redeemer." their products which is the result tho mirror nnd see four of himself. M. L.. llearln's Office. r Governor Jas. D. McCreary, Govern5. Prayer. of the demand for European war A man will buy himself n pair of r flHiiiniiii.iHinii.Tn-rrrrtor of Kentucky, Issued a proclamation 6. Hymn "Savior, thy dying love." j supplies? crimson socks and ho so proud of T. vriliKSTIIAlTOX OTTIIl'. MAUI 1.1 calling everybody to Sunday School These are questions which Amer- them thnt he can't hoist ills pants 7. Ilesponsive Reading. CruiiiMrll, K.t, lliirtliinl, Kjr. for that day. This was the first time Leader This Is the second annual ican business should he asking. It high enough. But If his wife buys STRATT0N & MARTIN any governor had ever Issued such a Day appointed by is an excellent thing to proclaim be- him a cerise tic he gets mad and asks proclamation. The governor said: the Kentucky Sunday School Associa lief ih returning prosperity and thus her if she wants people to Imagine Tho most economical, clennsing and Attornoys at Law "The supreme need In Kentucky to-- tlon for the purpose of bringing thou-fin- bring about'a feeling of greater con- that he is henpecked. germicidal of nil antiseptics Is CROMWELL, - KY. I. th.t u.p fnivna whih mnkp for Uands of Msitors to our Sunday fidence and hope. It would be still 0 Will practice their iirofcsslon Jn this Schools, and of glvlIng public recogni character and Christianity shall con tion of the splendid work these schools better if such expressions could give and djululug counties. Collections, lost wage trol the forces which make for Intelll are doing for our state. Last ear back lost employment, Commercial and Criminal Practice . wage spending. gence and patriotism, and one of the there were about three hundred thou- earning and Prompt und vigorous j Specialty. '.1 Booming prosperity is all right in A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Bcrvicc- - oiary in uiiice. greatest forces which make for char-acto- r sand visitors In the Sunday Schools Its way, but it doesn't weigh much Day; and since be dissolved in water as needed. and Christianity is the Sunday on that time the schools have reported an unless there is a solid foundation PROCURED AfID DEFENDED. As-medicinal antiseptic for douches He then urged all Kentuck-lnnf- c increase of fifty thousand in enroll- first laid for the return of prosperSchool." Unti, trade lilAXo,l Five adrlce, bow U) obtain in treating catarrh, inflammation or and visitors in the state to attend ment. corrrUKts.ti&, in ALL COUNTRIES. ity. ulceration of nose, throat, and that JlusiKrss i!irrctv.'.it It aMrgitm sjitt iimi. School How many Sunday Schools the Sunday Schools in the church of Thut solid foundation will be laid money art l y.v me faienx. caused by feminine- - Ills It has no equal. want ana lntrlngemnt fractic txciuuveiy. when adequate Protection to Amerithulr choice on that day that they are there in Kentucky? For ten years the Lydla E. Pinkham W rite or coma tu ui at Leader There are three thousand can labor and industry shall be reMedlclno Co. has recommenced Paxtlno T10 SUatt StiMt, aaar raltoi Ctabt htaat OSca, I na might give encouragement and honor S loraprlj obuJnrU la ! 0 oUaiu PATC N All couutrlr, ut bu lu sixty-fou- r WASHINGTON. O. C. Protest- stored, and not until then. In their private correspondence with TS to tboe "who teach In these schools, nine hundred and among THAT PAYalniUiMnUiurouhl7,atour women, which .proves Its superiority. ant Sunday Schools the white .. indlilp Jim taenia, This is a fact which business opBaBraaHferYBfaKV Women who have been cured say t KllJlrodrl phulocrla.ktlcil for FRtC rfnrt that they may see the work that is be- people of Kentucky. timists should not lose sight of now, en raUBUUllty. W ytart" pnrUc ing done, and that they might in this it Is "worth its weight In gold." At School Last year we werf toy that Ba B Bi Bb m Si ntrCRENCCB. rorfrMbulda and still less should they lose sight I aW druggists. POc. large box, or by mall. on I YefUtbl llttrnta wrlta to the Kentucky Sunday School Associa service worship their Go. V Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass." Savonth tion was encouraglu pl gmnnUtlng of It in the Presidential and Con n FrtCidwi JitUcm also sent a WASHINGTON. D. O: the work of all the fiinrttr Schools in gressional campaign of 1916. to t&6 association endorsing the our this state. What special tttlatt inoveaiint, caylng in part: "The Sun-sta- y Association trying to copmplish this Ah! tho Invigorating WlilfT of the Pine Forest. Aotrt lesson of today Is the code year? How it clears the throat and head Leader The first point of the "1915 atontls of ft Circuit Court T. F. Dlrkhcad. Goal" is five hundred thousand en- of its mucous ailments. It is this 1 Erery county In Kentucky was Judge; 13en D. Kingo, Attorney; W. rolled in the Sunday School. This spirit of Newness and Vigor from In this work and seventeen P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. G. Barrass, o Plney Forests hundred voluntary workers took pari means an increase 'of about eighty-tw- the health-givin- g Clerk; E. E. Wrkhead, Master Comthousand. Succeed when everything else fails. missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee In TlsJlliif flimiar Sihools and the brought back by Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta-rSchool How many new .members In nervous prostration and female Jury Fund; S. O. Kcown, Sheriff. largtjfBttjuslasm developed everyHoncy. Antiseptic and healing. Buy, The National Weekly should our school have during this weaknesses they are the supreme Deputies S. A. Dratcher: Hartford. where. a bottle Druggists, All remedy, as thousands have testified. offico deputies .Mrs. S. O. Keown arid j Many cities and towns made com- year? Time-i1 Pastor We ought to have an in- 25c. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Oilmore Keown. Court convenes first plete visitation of all people ia the Monday In February and continues per cent; STOMACH TROUBLE Ban- crease of at least twenty-fiv- e towns and country round about. three weeks; third, Monday In April, Iron in Water. it Is the best medicine ever sold ners were placed across streets. Pa- which would make our total enrollUntil this i iter two weeks; third Monday in October, Half a part per million of iron in over a druggist's counter. CtUitr't ha Ucen ssssssssssssssssRsWaV rades were held. Special Invitations ment two weeks. fold at $5.50. Nor. glTen to every home. Interesting proLeader The next point In the goal water is detectable by taste, and more County Court John B. Wilson. the price it Judge; W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk; grams were prepared for the occasion, Is fifty thousand signers of the tem- than 4 or 5 parts makes water, unC. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. palatable. In some mineral springs the Kentucky Sunday School AssocU-Jio- n perance pledge. ncoi)ceaionihere-b- y School Why should we sign tha iron is the constituent which imparts prepared and Issued to all Sunwe can offer it YOU Court convenes first Monday In each month. of service. Many temperance pledge? day Schools an order at a still further a medicinal value to the water, but Quarterly Court Begins on the bugreduction in conPastor The opening words of the ordinarily it is undesirable. More Sunday Schools used automobiles, first Monday in every month. nection nith this, gies and all kinds of vehicles on that International Temperance Pledge give than 2.5 parts per million in water' Court of Calms Convenes first publication. day In getting people to the services. the best reason for signing it, "That Tuesday In Jnnuarv am! rirnr. Tiim. was that the number who I may give my best service to God and used for laundering makes a stain (kly in October. The result Special Offer to Our Readers Other County Officers C. S. Mo-loattended the Sunday Schools that day to my fellowmen." Let that be ourjon the clothes. Iron must be removed Treatment KcrogmzinK the irrrai demand far Ctl'irr'i at from water from which ice is made, Surveyor, ForUsville, Ky., It. oiceeded six hundred thousand white motive in all our temperance work. Hie new icc, wc ImrnuJt arrancemrnta to for WEAK F. D. No. 2: Tom Hlncs. Assessor. thousand colpeople and over fifty-siare twelve hundred anil or a cloudy, discolored product will Leader There "tier it and our own publication each cue car HSBWBBBBSXa.VJBB' S TJ twenty-tw- o Olaton, Ivy.; Ozna Shults, Superin lor the price of Co.Wiaionc. 1 hit ji a tnitri) oiKunlzed adult Hlble classes result. An iron content of over 2 or people. ored LUNGS or tendent. Hartford: Dr. A. B. Kilev. tiler and mutt be taken adt antace oi pronptly. in tho state Sunday School ottlce. Encouraged by the success of tho The soal for thin department this jear Is 3 parts per million in water used in Coroner. Hartford;. T. H. Benton, hundred clan-es- . CONSUMPTION What You Get m. Collier's effort last year, the Kentucky Sunday. lirteen Vh should our organized the manufacture of paper will stain School Iload Engineer, Hartford. School Association has appointed April classes tin oil. paper. Iron is harmful in water used If you mention this paper we will send you JUSTICES" CObHTS. CofiVr'a it the one Me. Inilependcut, (cartel a l'astoi Jcs.uk hdid: "Let our light so 2f)tb this year as the second u eckly ol the wKote country. Not oulj it the Ed. Shown, Hartford. Tuesday aft Rhine before men thut they may see our tor btcaming, for its equilibrium a bottle FREE, bv mail a ciuick relief.. for . ex- - KOoil u oi lis ami eloi If y our Father which rood citiirn't handhouk hut it i alto a ! Day," and already !. in(,1!n lnlf tlfArl (an! Tuesday aftmacazinc lor the whole family. Amonj the sE aitcoic To eiuoll oui oiKunlzed with acids which insido the boiler J""V " SI'S er 3d Monday in .March, Tuesday aft Is In hem en." ... i.uv.i, infill er 3d Monday in June, tcnEive preparations are being made ..1 u.9.a I. iiliaultiir Iti unl-lthinga that a ycar'a ruhrcription tnc aret WCUS. .if tills rinm become disassociated, with tho result lungs or consumption. lii:illU!!lllC3, er da .Monday In September. Tues and plans mapped out to reach tlO inalid. 1000 Kdllorl.l, day after 3d Momlay in December. Leadei Our bois und glils are want that the free acids corrode the boiler million 10CK BOX 618 600 Now. Photoa . uic nn.on..nora tt,o .inii rd. too. In this and llieie Ih a c.ill for plates; but the amount of iron car- OHIO MEDICAL CO. 250 Short Articlra ah ui .i. COLUMBUS, 0, U A. .McDanlel. Rock port. Fr day u ""aii hundred unu iiiij uii;uiiieu teen ISO Short Storlr. after 3d Monday in .March. Friday year ihevenclussea. tendered valuable assistance last hrb 100 llluitratrd rraturra ried in solution by most waters Is no after 3d Monjday In June, Friday anouiti bciiooi 2 Complete Nol. and are entering heartily into the uired Imu way Ellis be ciuhsqh ui teen small that tbe damage It docs to organized? and after 3d Monday in September, plans this year, l'ustot Uvery clans of teen Mj'-'- l los stedm boilers generally amounts to Collie rs Thrice-a-WBB.$2.50) " Friday after 3d Monday in DeThe Edition k . . Itev. Geo. A. Jopnn, uenerai Cprrp. unu kiiim Biioum mv;uiuiiiii iivo, iiuiiHa of .hR ,.laR. cember. 4)Z.i)U Hartford Republican tary: Tlev. T. C. Gebauer, Mr. W. J. nlleelanco to Jcbub Chilat a .valor and little. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday Waters having high iron content pipld ' l.oiU: and piovlde the opportunity ror Of The New York World after 3d Monday in March,, Wed.Miss .Mauue u uance, 1)lesgon of lhe ciiilstlan life In eiice nesday after 3d Monday in June, Workert, and Miss Frances Grigbby, to otheiB in the name and the spirit of have in some places, where they have to uccouipnn tnese WiUnesday after 3d Moifday in SepSecretary, are visiting all parts (jurist.organization Is neceiiaaiy.ivto uunsa been used as city supplies, caused Office class of the elate organising the local forces, Leadei Theie ate two departments an Immense amount of trouble and Practically u Dully ut The Price of a tember, Wednesday after 3d Monday in December. School for the people In nnd tending literature to every sec- of the Sunday can not attend our regular expense, for they favor tho growth the home who K. C. TIchtfnor. Centcrtown, SatWeekly. No other Newspaper tion of the state. Information con Sunday services. We want nix hundred of Crenothrlx to such a degree that urday after 3rd Monday In each cerning tbe movement can be secured home departments and one thousand cra- the water pipes become clogged with m Much In the World Gives dle rolls In Kentucky. month. by writing to the Kentucky Sunday departments these Would School ut ro Low a Price. the iron sheaths of that organism. Winson Smith. Select. Tuesday stieiigthen our Sunday School ticbool Association, 712 Louisville of I'astor The reportmany pastors and su- The removal of iron from water is after 2d Monday lu March, Tuesday places is that In perintendents Trust Building, Louisville. Ky. after 2d Monday In May, Tuesday McCAU. rATTEBNS these depaitments cause an Increase In sometimes easy and sometimes very Celebrated for style, perfect lit, alrnnllclty an The year 1914 has been tho most after 3d Monday In Aucuat. Tues- church and Sunday School enrollment, (Water-Suppl- y Paper 273, ., more active service r.iiiun 17 nearly u yeira. Sola in nearly Iday after 2d Monday in Novoniber. CELEBRATING ITS FIFTIETH AN and luicer offeilriKS of church members, difficult. every city and town In the United Sutet an for the work of the U. S. Geological Survey.) extraordinary in the history of mod; w. S. Dean. NIVERSARY. Dundee. Wed f Canada, or by mall direct. More anld thaa Kingdom. They are doing a great vtoik any other make. Seud for tree catalogue In establishing family altars and promotcm times. It has witnessed the out- nesday after the second Monday in ing svstematlc lilble study. McCAIX'S MAGAZINE Forty-ninjears of senlc to tbe Leader "The supreme lack In th of the great European war, March, Wednesday after 'M Monday Alora Bubsrrihr break Ih,. anw a(I.. f.Vtn. In May, Wednesday after 8d Monday k anaratlna Sunday School Is the ol present-da- y a childhood and youth of Kentucky u sufficient number of thoroughly lack equipFOR FLETCHER'S a struggle so titanic that It makes lu August, Wednesday after 2d Mon- A cat atylct. million month. Invaluable. Lat. palterni, drexmakinr, ni.lllnery, get plain aewlns;, fancy necdlenoik.lialrdretilne. day iu November. should make every true citizen of our ped tent Men." The way tohence good W etiquette, good atorles, etc. Only W centi all others look small. each teachers Is to train them, Ben F. Rico, Fondsvllle. Tuesday year (vtortli double), incluJlnj a free pattern. desire to have a part in the Sunday School should have Its tralnlnr utute so You live In momentous times, and after 2d Monday In March. Thurs oana U kh class. We want to have rive hundred In uiui wwj vt wua ,VUJ Luke McLuke Kuys. Kentucky during 1916. work that the Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l INBUCEMENTS you should not miss any of the tre- day after 2d Monday in May, Thurs WONBESFUL Pottal brlnga premium caulacv our Sunday School School Mow A vigilance society has denounced doing In its fiftieth have a training could day atter zq Aionaay in August, ItoAcents. prize offeri. Addrcn 'Association Is class? ' Leader Our year. Thousands of boys have been Sunday School county and the Kentucky the wearing of low necked dresses on mendous events that are occurring. anurwiay axier za Monday m Ml McCAU fO. .UKlTY.STBaSL. HtW T0I Association will be glad trained for good citizenship and pre to help us in this and any other depart-- 1 the street, and each member or tno No other newspaper will Inform you veraber. BenW. Taylor. Ralph. Friday n of Sunday .School work, infoi ma- - soclety will offer a pin to every criminals nient vented from becoming with the promptness and cheapness er 2d Monday In March, Friday alter can be obtained by writing to the Thousands of girls have been prepared Sunday School office, 712 UmUvilla Trust i man who Is exposing her chest. It of tho Thrice-a-Wee- k edition of tho za .Monday in Way, Friday after 3d , Qf for the duties of fine home life and U.itldlng, mere are Ky. Tli - l.lll fnr nlnn will .. --- . Monday In August, Friday after 2d .. many oiner iiiinga. I'ustoi AND CURE New York World. Moreover, a year's Monday in November. .prepared to meet successfully the that this state association Is doing, but i.n niw.nt " ...0.nr.i nnn LUNGS mnuii n7 life. It means so mucb buck of It all and through it all runs the temptations of HARTFORD POLICE COURT. - subscription to it will take you far one supieme puipone oi winning tne What has become of tho old fashO. nore to form life and to have to re Martin. Judge: McDowell A. l.oru. wu.pwg.1. Foglo,C. City up It l."lh. buslnVs.'of t. w,th Attorney; J. P. Stovous, form it. Tho Association Is asking and 'Very herewoiker to lead unto "Him loned school boy who used to hold Thrlce-A-Wee- k World's regu-th- .Marshal; Court convenes second Mon Sunday School immi alui Bnal) " ia ficcr wi,en ho this ear for $12,000 and must depend Is able to keep ou f.nm falling. andlms ,ur subscrlntion nrlco is only i.uu day iu each month. befoie the pies-- 1 wanted to attruct the teacher's atten- entirely upon voluntary contribution! to ptcsent ou f4utic , per year, nnd this pays for 15C u City Council J. C. Iler. Mayor: R. of his giorj with exceedinu joy, to I for Hb work. There should be nun tlon f only vise God our Halui." T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Treas8. Hylnn "Tell mo the old. old stoty.'M dieds when tbey know of the oppor'n,0 lnau Vio marries one? Is cn- - pors. Aye offer this unequaled news urer. Members of Council Bean, 0. B(i- J. paper and ,,.,..., ... 9. The l.tson Taught. tunity who will gladly send from one i... ..., ""-nett, Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate. Iteports Announcements. uucu iu duihu ;miiii;, wi 10. lluslness dollars. The opportu n to twenty-fivTIIK IIAItTI'OKD HKPUIU.ICAN VDLDb Tlh! HaltloFrenS J. D. Ralph, A. C. . i witu jio makes the same mistake two or it shoit ddrn-- s by the AI1UAU. THROAT AND LUNQYnOUSlCS. cow our. Send your check imltatloi to h.i 'i services t'ustor nlty lb Gillespie. together for one year for VI, 0.1. j three limes he deserves all he gets. Cuds us." 12 II M1H-- . nt ence to Mr C'arence Watkins 71S IU UauaMlTED SATISPAfn'ilR' I -- .K. ww 13. 'ZJTZ T"" aHtneHitic The recular subscription price of 'llian. When they are courting he always T. Collins. Lctn'rv- - nr. Louisville Trakt Building, LcJisiUta Ui ffiUHSZ ltKi?OWDmi. li. Li.tii.Jisui lies ubouthU income and bho always tUe two papcra Is 2.00. . Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. J. iiy. SUNDAY SCHOOLS ' STATE-WID- E GO-T- O- p!JiJj3,Hj-- DF"rorsiori.cil Otto C. Martin at OF KENTUCKY !?j&dr , I Barnes & Attorneys at Smith Krec-Trad- I ARTHUR at KIRK e s SPECIAL TO WOMEN 1 v '''"'.''. a TnAOC-MARK- av an Q 03-BOe- tele-sraj- Strat, f Electric Bitters Directory Collier' Colliep First to-da- y. n Clubv ...... WILL TAKE OUR FREE x HiPm y, , I t ":,"ilY' ucii - i ...,, euji e Children Cry I CASTO Rl A -- wo-tlo- !.., I I KILLthc COUCH the I "'7 ut Dr. King's i pa-tli- I Hew Disccvsry e ,i., '.'.. y. f y Another Wllllnm MrKlnTcy Needed. Children Cry for Fletcher's I J I TIio Kind You Huvo Always JJonprlit, niul ihirh haa been ,. ! uiit . jiai noriio..io Nlunuiru ot nun nn j nccn iii.kio untkur hit )r- 80""1 supervision shiir lniinicy. C .u C&Tp&T - Who can describe tho linpntlcnco with which all Americans, of what ever former party connection, who have been ruined or Injured by tho present Democratic tariff nro look-in- s forward to deliverance? Hh of- -I fects nro comparablo to those of war or pestilence. Tho voters would seo In tho promise of prompt relief a Htnr of hope and would pin their faith to tho party making it. Of nil tlio failure and crlniiual mistakes of tho party in power, it has failed, and failed almost absolutely, In al- most everything; Its Tariff is tho worst. Among disasters It is a catas-itrophe. tions under the Dlngley and tho tariff laws, which had given It high rank among the disburses of capital in tho form' of Pnyne-Aldrlc- h I:IhtIiiioiiIs Unit triflu villi niul fndiuijcr tho luvltli of Jiifuiils ami Clitlilroii i:iiurluuuo against 2:xiciiiacat. Cnstorla AH CiunorflJs, Iiiil(ntl(uisninl".Tu-.t-iM-j'ooa- " ju-- 5 Juft . Mibstiuifu. lis jiro Is Its It destroys Worms And allays Fovorlshness. Tor more tli.m thirty years it In constant uso for the. relief of Constipation, lias riatuletiey, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and guiii-untoola-e- n Jnis atil contains neither Opium, What is CAST0R1A u liannlcss M IHoi-plilno Milistttjito for Cantor Oil, lnrc-Krl- c, Sontlilii Knim. It U i1annt. 16 nor other Narcotic Diari'liu-a- . It regulates tho Stoniaeli and IJovcla, assimilates tho I'ooil, living liealtliy and natural s.coo. Tho Children's l'niuiceu Tho Mother's l'rleutl. GENUINE CASTOR2A S Bears the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always BougM In Use For Over 30 Years TUt CtNTlUR COMPAHr. TT saatfqnBBBaaBBeBB3HaB STUtlT, WW VSmt CITY. (.Sou To Money in Advui.co SntIitto tiiinr-n 3)L(K2jrXI fr&.USv1rgf- -- nt po t efforts to shift tho blame to the war deceive nobody. The host Judges of .business problems arc 'publicly expressing the ojdnlon that hut for tho European conflict our situation would be worse tlinn It Is. The Hiignr industry, an ideal producer of customs revenue Is facing ruin. Parts of Louisiana nro represented as already laid waste by the progressive strangulation ordained by the Underwood law. Hawaii Is experiencing tho depression. Tho beet sugar Is beginning to be seriously affected. The great woolen industry was going from bad to worse until partly revived by tho war. Tho pas-In- g of tho dividend on Its common stock by the United States Steel Corporation was due to the Tariff ns much ns to the war. Experts have stated that selling prices and cost of production in tho steel business are so "close together one could not pass a sheet of paper between them. Hullof from the conditions nt the earliest possible moment is what a vast majority of the people of this country are eagerly demanding. Hence, immediate action without any of the delays Involved in framing a now Tariff law is what is necessary. The prompt of law, which was n the Payne-Aldrlcreasonably satisfactory promoter of prosperity, seems the best if not the only means of obtaining this object. All the United fyates need's, is another McKinley, niidtliere will bo a very gentle etfort in 1910 to choose as cood a substitute as can be found. h. wages. Tho first protectlvo duty ever ho laid In Its protection was desperately opposed, and for a tlmo defeated by Democrats then In control or tho House. Not until tho making of tho McKinley lnw In 1801, did tlnplate gel recognition In tho metals schedule. In tho ensuing national campaign tho duty was denounced as n subsidy to nn Industry which could not otherwise exist here. That cry helped to fool tho country In 1802, ns much as any other. Hut the new Industry showed such remarkable development, and was i made the source of so manv millions apent annually In labor, that not un til the Democratic restoration, March 4, 1013, could the duty he effectively nssailed In the present tariff law the duty h fixed at 15 per cent, a sweeping cut trom tho Payne-Aldrlr- h Emduty of 1 2 10 rents ployers have found that they cannot compile with the Welsli product pouring In, without a reduction In wages, to bo adjusted on a sliding scale In a way that can bo restored whenever protection Is restored. Tho men have Intelligently realized thsituation, and arc agreeing to th3 terms as a mean? of helping both their employers and themselves. Nothing which has come under our( notice since the tariff for revenue began reducing everybody's revenue, been more eloquent than this. sought to It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardtil, tiie woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to u$c Cardtil, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought tlie pain would kill me. I was hardly able to dp any of my housework. Alter fakinrr. three bottles of Cardtil, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a bin water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Tiie Woman's Tonic I still use Carduf when I feel a little bad, and it always does me-- good." Headache, backache, side ache,' nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc:, are sure signs ofwoinan-l- y trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. Vou cannot make a' mistake in frying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ut a trial. ! per-poun- "J r?-.- Get a Bottle Today! iin1.. it irwmawmmMMhLMMkMlX''-wW- i m - i . Form For Sale. Eighty acres of good land containing dwelling, barn and other outbuildings, situated on Hartford and Hockport road. Well arrd spring on farm. Church and schoolhouse near. For price, terms, etc., call or address HARNETT & SON. Agts 34tf Hartford, Ky. Alcohol in America. We are not at war with powder and Hut tho war that some of bulllts. our good peop'le have been waging against King Alcoliol Is progressing favora'hly to the former. A. gallant Knight "i that army is Hon. Wm. J. Bryan In a speech in the Billy Sunday Tabernacle in Philadelphia, on March 15. 1913. Mr. Bryan said. "It Is estimated that the people of the United States4 spend almost 2,500,'000,000 for intoxicating liquors. Tho annual appropriations 6f the Federal government are little less than l.oOO.OOO,-00think of this nation spending twice that amount for alcohol 0, fSSlO Great Xavf'tl 3 -- sjm&zjm KWS4&9Affi'PWWVZVW?M - v t "".,, &4rSr S(!&Pt? f. . 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AVkat cxarcu n S." rnpontlMr na "iilt4lill'ii Uni liouw. p lr.i 50 Froo Musis Lessens fit rrk 1'lin.is, mUKtt Websr Steinway of 5110.00 0103 'th I'i inny ex. ol .ivc f. ..i r of1 .thew liKtlriiacntf, and t wttli tlie will lie r liw pnr.f ot will l the; cin t fcKin..t2, 0 . 1 tui mjrk ri.r 'rlallM , You will U.1 tx- - Ol de-l!- Mhhl Te iMry rMuvr 111 Iivuiii. the iMft knouq ChlraKn Tli-- " i;iic (rtc iiw of .m Ciiickcring Kimball I. ran t.ke In your own liomr, liy mall. Tlili rcprcMtiti one ycar'f frit Initnictlon. ! In you Starck 00.03 03.00 195.00 Piano licof; Frco h.r.l tojir n tip lit illustrated liwl wlik'i gttrt fur ottr new Sen I for our latest complete iccoml lianl barilla lUt. A. STAHCK PIANO CO., 1313 Starck Uld.. CUIC.VGO large amount of lnfjrnu-1 in recarling piano?. TliU txwk Kill Interest and pUaw jou. Write toJay. plan') jou a FARB LIVtE4 $522 r --DAILY BETWEEN SJ - r, Ci,BVJliJ.A.W What They Know In Xcu.-nk-. Tlie exoelient iir, uutcrwqou, ot Alaliaina, who is now translated from tlie House, to the Senate pf tle United States, avers, according toN a local correspondent, that the Tariff, has done no harm. Perhaps not. JVlth England, France, Belgium and Germany Ufciug their best In tho fiold of war. and devoting their manufactories to the, sustenance of their armies It Is quite probable that foreign competition with American industry is not ospectially at his moment, What wo in Newark know Is that the. Tariff bill started trouble for Industry, and when the war which tho nations whose Interests Mr. Underwood served so carefully began. It caught tills section at least in the stato of 'business alarm and disintegration, so that manufacturers were unable to take advantage of the trade situation which Europe had ruined by uct of tlio American Congress and which Europe had thrown away by act of war. Mr. Underwood, Mr. Wil-poMr. Bryan and the rest of tho administration at Washington, may bo great statesmanlike personages, but it they can convince that their advent into the control of this country has been good for business they will have to uso hypnotism such as no Indian fakir over succeeded in operating overa large population. Newark (N. J.) Call. man-materin, Tho cosofbe PanamaCanal about, 4Q0',000,000T it is not appalling SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE. to think we spend for drink every tiii: iiAitTj'Onn kkphilicax axd youth's companion year six timos' the cost of the Panama .', . '. '. ' that wo OXi: YEAK FOK ONLY $2.75. Canal. It Is estimated spend 750,000,000 annually for and ,yet we spend for drink more than three times that amount. . lie nation submits to this taxation ' which Is five tlme3 as great as any .r v taxation Is would permit any pojitl-c.i party to levy. that for every The Republican and Louisville Herald It Is estimated i.....$1.3 dollar collected for whiskey in the . 1.76 The EEPTiiucAxand St. Louis Globe-Democr- at United States It costs us twenty wn for 1015. will reccivo Tho Companion Home Calandar fZlEn. tl iuj ?' ,'qth edu-CHtlo- iv OUR CLUBBING BATES. , -- al dol-lar- s.r The nations bore turned their backs upon God, and unless they turn about face who can count tho cost. Let some one in each town in Ohio County figure along those lines, for your own town. J. S. SMITH, M. .D. McIIenry, Ky. t entl stumer on nay rI j4 The lr-- et J" uviaixrl.wr H1 'CiTV O? EUiC" 3 f t.-'.n-er. wt sr jauma wut ui - vu . "CITY oepla 7 . ItV ri P.vrT.A?-JffilValiSjIato . DaSIv. -- Mav 1st to Dsc Is , Arriva Cimrctasl i...r!Ji Stm 6? DUFFALO" BUFFALO JA.U. iji MA.fl. aU W cnnectlcn, at .IMU. f r Wfe--n rt.U, 'aU C v ill taiiimn in.'LWii'T i. CVPDJU ' u & II. J.m. l"" aV. i.iwtlekitmtfnettCKCJviH. of lb. liroat r j bo. tJ it tnJ S AU.j 22 I "ffp'WOTW:K!Miwsenrfplfvwu rej. I rlftlotlT of our tWa'af Ift . - .. . . - . . n . r. ... .J ' ?l " .ftT.m.i flkln S la THE CLEVfcl.AN0 Ct --3r . !aam j ia jaa . TZLa J5 "w . - 'nit JS&I?&Jg2? .s X g ft .ftNW.' "--r- uuitalu ijii A l.J I Kurin For Sale. About CG acres it miles East ot Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell road, 1 miles from pike. Four room cottage in good repair. Everlasting ' water at residence. Two barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of peaches and apples. All hill land, but In very good condition. Possession any time. Terms reasonable. Apply to BAnNETT & SON, Republican Office, Hartford, Ky. 23tf - r X THOS. E. MOSS and Plasterer. Decorator Contractor. Lifetime experience with best of workmen, andean; give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford'! "TT TT .a Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at nartioro. ivy. - An Eloquent Testimonial. A most unusual movement In labor circles Is the action of tlnplate workers favoring by a referendum vote a reduction in wages proposed by 1 . ! 1 employers. At a time of higher living cost than ever before, such action would be incredible but for a very simple explanation which does great credit to the intelligence of ithe operatives. ine unpiaie inuusiry in mis country Is the direct result ot tariff protection which began less than a generation ago. It bad attained propor Prosperity in n Circle. In a few words the Evening Ledger of Philadelphia, sums up a situation that Is facing the country at the present time. It says: "Secretary of labor, Wilson has a plan for wiping out unemployment. 'Put the Jobless to work,' he says, 'on land reclamation, Government buildings nnd river and harbor Improvements. Let Federal, State and municipal authorities do tho same, and THE there will be work all the year round SEWING for those who want it." MA Good! It Is a splendid time for the OF beginning of great public enterprises QUALITY.) anyhow. that would be undertaken But this idea of a partial government that will always furnish work NOT and wages for the people Is decidedly SOLD people ever get rich awkward. No UNDER by taking money out of one pocket ANY aud putting it Into another. There OTHER can never be any permanent prosperNAME. ity achieved by piling on taxes for the purpose ot doling them back to the WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. people In wages. That, nevertheless, If you purchase the NKW HOME you will Is the principle on which many ot our have a life onset at tlio price you pay, and will statesmen base their conclusions. not ha vean end leas chain of repairs. They are convicted that business Is Quality something to be whacked and govConsidered ernment something to bo ted with pap. it utlie The sooner Washington underCheapest wJll always be unstands that there unless business Is employment iodic end Instead ot discouraged the to buy. soonor the country will be back on a ot a soup instead If you wnrft'mewlnir macular, write tor ear la t cat tolalocua before you purchase. dlot. Bristol (Pa.) Courier. The Republican TnE Republican The Republican The republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican and Home and Farm andTwice-a-WeekOwonsboroIiiquirer .1.50 1.75 3.50 and Louisville Daily Herald 'S.SO and, JJaiiy wwensDoro inquirer O'boro Messenger '1.75 and and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine- ,- 1.30 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Twice-a-Wee- k 1.-7- Address ail orders to THE REPUBLICAN. 'iiNI NEW USE LIV-VE- R LAX HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Feeltrlght all tho tlmo. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps yoJ when pleasant 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, natural in its actions, suro in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long before Liv- - Vtr-La- x completely displace calomel in everj home. Children can take it freely and with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness and signa tiiro of L. K, Grigsby. For saia by ;. k. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky. Lio-Ver-- WUM Imi bread-and-butt- er The New Hmu HacMne Co.. Oruga, Ma& BVaa ltalnaa ttt Tlie Republican 91.00 Per Year. ttn fiUcO a nfkA THaraa U Dr. Mile Aotl.I'alu .'ilia. . 4 QUIT BUSINESS The greatest Slaughter Sale of fine NEW MERCHANDISE ever held in Ohio county. Thousands of dollars saved to the people just at the time they need it the worst. Hundreds of people have asked us to continue this Sale Is now in full blast. - lO DAYS LONGER to allow them the opportunity to supply their wants and be saved from the ravages of high prices of old time Credit Stores. This Sale will go on as requested for the extended 10 days. Everything to wear, from head to foot. If you want the bargains of your life, come. J. T. VINSON St SON, ANNOUNCEMENTS. Beaver Dam, Ky. cedented majorities, while several States which had never voted for a Republican Presidential candidate improved that opportunity. It was a victory achieved under a shibboleth which appealed directly to busibig and little. ness Interests, Washington Star. Homo Coming. Baptist The West Providence church will have a home coming on the fifth Sunday in May, 1915. At which time, she eslres the presence of every member and Everybody Is Invited to come and help us to make this a pleasant and profitable meeting. J. L. BROWN, A. L. MADDOX. LATEST WAR NEWS For State Treasurer. We are authorized to anndunce Monday. HON. R. L. MOORE, of Crittenden Turkey. The British, submarine county, a candidate for the Repub5 was lost in the Dardanelles, and lican nomination for State Treasurer, according to the Turkish report, sevGeneral Primary election August 7 en of the crew are missing. E-1- 1913. We are authorized to announce Ohio County, JOHN H. THOMAS, a candidate for State Senator, 7th Senatorial Distric- t- composed of OhiorMnhlfenUerg and Butler counties. General primary election Aug. 7, 1915. jJ Efiypt. In Egypt British airmen have been dropping bombs on tho Turkish encampment near the border, while a French cruiser, the fire of which was directed by a seaplane, has been throwing shells on the Turks near El Arlsh, where the army for the Invasion of Egypt has its headquarters. We are authorized to announce HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver Sam, Ky., a candidate for State Senator in the,7th Senatorial District comprised of tho counties of Ohio, ButRepublican ler and Muhlenberg. primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. Russia. In the Carpathians there has been fighting, but no battle to be compared with those which the arrival of spring brought to a close. The Austrians officially report that they have repulsed Russian attacks mittee reported to the adjourned to the southesast of Lupkow Pass. meeting the following resolutions We are authorized to announce which were unanamously adopted; Greece. The sinking of the Greek WILLIAM D. MORRIS, of East HartHonorable Reuben A. Miller was ford precinct, a candidate fdr the steamer EUIspontos by a submarine born In Ohio county In 1S5S; was Republican nomination for Repre- off the Dutch coast promises friction admitted to the Hancock county bar sentative of Ohio county. General between the German and Greek Gov- in 1879; removed to the City of ernments, it is stated. primary election Aug. 7, 1915. Owensboro in 1888, and died at his residence in South Frederlca street Tuesday. We are authorized to announce city Saturday afternoon, April France. The British claim a suc- in that W. S. DEAN, of Sutphur Springs pre17, 1915. cinct, a candidate for the Republic- cessful action in the occupation of a Blest with a magnificent constituan nomination for Representative of point known in current military his- tion he filled life's cup to 'its utter- Ohio county." Primary election Sat- tory in France as Hill 60 , .which lies Jmost efficient toll. In a quiet and near Ypres. The official reports of urday, Aug. 7, 1915. unassuming way, by his kindness the action all claim a repulse of Ger- ' and his greatness he made the world man attacks. The claim is also made AVe are authorized to announce were far better by having lived in it. His two German aeroplanes L. L, EMBRY a candidate for the that of the law, his skill as a I knowledge Republican nomination for Repres- brought down in this attack. I practitioner and his forensic ability ft entative from Qhio County. General 'not only gave him prominence at England. The British Admirality pre-cprimary election Aug. 7, 1915. ' report lays a claim of murder against I his local bar, but placed him charg- jlnently In the first rank at the head the German submarine force, We are authorized to announce ing that when the Vanilla was sunk lot his profession in this state. Wo JupGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, a rescuing force was fjred upon by keenly feel the loss we sustain la aa a candidate fpr the nomination the Germans, and as a result all of his death. Resolved, Therefore, that we com tor Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dis- the' crew of the Vanilla were lost. It trict, subject 'to the action of the is claimed that the killing was wan mend to our brothers In the profession of which he was an honored Democratic party at tho State Pri ton. member and which he so dearly lovmary the first Saturday in August, ed, the life of this man; that we ex1915. Wednesday. tend our sympathy to his family and Serbia It Is reported that two deWe arc authorized to announce tachments of Bulgarian irregulars his friends; that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the records OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate tor have invaded Serbia. of the Ohio Circuit Court, and a the Republican nomination for Circopy presented to tho bereaved famcuit Court Clerk at the general priAustrian troops are be- ily. Austria. mary election Aug. 7, 1915. ing hurriedly massed on the Italian T. F. BIRKHEAD. frontier to prevent an invasion of ERNEST WOODWARD, We are authorized to announce Italian troops, according to reports W. H, BARNES, CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the received In Rome. The Austrians Committee, Republican nomination for Circuit have placed batteries In hastily conCourt Clerk of Ohio County, General structed lntrcnchments. It is ru- Nothing So Good for u Cough or primary election August 7, 1915. mored in Rome that the Italo Cold. situation may be relieved by When you have a cold you want We are authorized to announce a general peace. the best medicine obtainable so as WALLACE II. RILEY a candidate to get rid of It with the least possiofficial ble delay. There are many who conFrench France. Tho for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clork of Ohio county. statement says that fifty Incendiary sider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy General Primary August 7, 1915. bombs were dropped on Rheims by unsurpassed. Mrs. J. Boroff, Ellda, the Germans and reports advances Ohio, says, "Ever since my daughter nuHrnrlvpf Wo nr in nniinnnnA along the front In several places. Ruth was cured of a severe cold and England. Although sharply ques- cough by Chamberlain's Cough RemCARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss pre-- 1 cinct, a candidate for the Republican , tioned in Parliament the British Min- edy two years ago, I have felt kindnomination for Circuit Court Clerk i ister revealed little about either tho ly disposed toward the manufacturof Ohio County. General Primary war operations or the Government's ers of that preparation. I know of nttltude on the liquor question. nothing so quick to relieve a cough Saturday, August 7, 1915. Great Britain has asked the United or cure a cold." For sale by all m We arc authorized to announce States to forward a protest to Ger- dealers. ANDREW THOKPE.of McIIenry a many on the retaliatory treatment Next Year and Business. candidate for the Republican nomina- of British prisoners for measures takThis, suggestion is being pressed en against captured submarine tion for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio upon business men: "Organlzo for county. General Primary election crews. next year. You elected McKlnley August 7, 1915. Resolutions of the Hartford liur. on a business Issue In 1896, and you At the closo of motion hour on can elect a man In opposition to WilWe are authorized to announce S. the first day of the present term of son It you go about the matter P. McKINNEY, of Beaver Dam, as court, the Bar asstinblcd promptly and in the right way. m onndldatn for the nomination for to pay tribute of respest to Hon. R. Stand together, and the fight's won." Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the) A. Miller, deceased. Hon. H. P. The business interests undoubtedaction of the Democrats of Ohio Taylor was chosen chairman and A. ly elected Mr. McKlnley. States county, at the General Primary elec- -' D. Kirk was selected as secretary. which bad always gone Republican tion, August 7, 1916. On motion the folowlng committee went Republican that year by unpre-- J I was appointed to draft appropriate the characresolutions concerning ter, achievements and death of Mr. Miller; Judge T. F. Blrkhead, Hon. E. M. Woodward and Hon. W. H. Barnes. The members of this committee, together with Judge J. S. Glenn, Hon. R. E. L. Slmmerman and Judge John B. Wilson, were appointed as a committee to attend Mr. Miller's funeral at Owcnsboro. All the members of the committee named attended the funeral which Monday took place at Owensboro afternoon. At the conclusion of the actions of the Bar above mentioned, the Bar adjourned to meet Wednesday morning of this week at the close of motion hour, to hear the resolutions above referred to, and take such other steps as may seem propH. P. TAYLOR, Ch'm'n. er A. D. KIRK, Sec'y. morning the ComWednesday mil 10 DUlUlllg Wedding Decorations, Funeral Designs. Etc see TAPSCOTT, FLORIST 1 1UI Enr Da1 J inn- - Dlinfc,WcKu0ckthcSPots0utofThJn&s Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. Send us your Garments and Have Them Tomplo OWENSBORO. KY. Maponlc CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and delivered. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Metal 3-- v. 5-- Roofing! 2-- A. Iva Natl, Prop. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Committee. - Notice To Claimants. All Persons having claims against the estate of John P. 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