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London, April 27, (9 p. m.). Tho occupied itself . solely y with discussions on the treatment of British prisoners of war ln Germany. In both the House of Lords and the House of Commons gratitude was expressed for the efforts that have been made by the United States to ameliorate the con ditions of the prisoners. Lord Kitchener's speech in the House of Lords, in which, as a soldier, he said he lamented what he was convicted was German Inhumanity towards British soldiers, was the most notable expression ot the day. There were, however, equally striking notes in both houses, notably by Lord Lansdowne, leader ot the and Lord Cromer, who expressed regret ln the House of Lords that the British Admiralty had seen fit to segregate captured German submarine crews and by Premier Asqulth In the House, who learned the end of the war the fhaUaf would expect reparation. No 'definite course of action concerning the treatment of prisoner was agreed on by either house. America Praised. In the House ot Commons, Nell Primrose said that American officials already had visited sixteen prjs- oner camps ln Germany and that'the. , reports thus far received had shown -Improvement ln the treatment that was being accorded the British prls- oners held ln them. Lord Kitchener made a statement to the House on this subject, in which he said ln part. "I have been forced with reluctance to accept as indisputably true the by the German army The Hague of British prisoners. Convention has been flagrantly disregarded by German officers. Our prisoners ln various ways and in some cases the evidence goes to prove that they have been shot ln cold officers even when blood. Our wounded, have been wantonly insult,.,. ed and frequently struck." Earl Kitchener said that as a, soldier he hitherto had always held officers of the German army ln respect, but "constant testimony that has come ln, not only from our own prisoners, but from French, American and Russian, Belgian l sburces, has brought, it home who have sifted the evidence that the inhumanity displayed by the German authorities, toward British prisoners especially, Is beyond doubt." The secretary quoted articles from adopted at The the conventions Hague relating to the treatment ot prisoners ot war and asserted that they had been disregarded flagrantly by German officers. He added: "I think It only fair and right to say that the German hospitals should be excepted in any charges There of deliberate Inhumanity. have been Indications ot a lamentable lack ot medical skill and, In Individual cases, ot neglect and ot indifference to suffering on the part of On the other hospital orderlies. hand, there are statements trom prisoners who have been released as In- OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, Ky., FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1915. itlea of the future Kentucky, edu-- I cattonally. The banquet at the Gait House given by the Louisville Commercial Club was enjoyed to the fullest extent by nearly 1,600 school trustees from practically every county In the State. One of the most Interesting and Inspiring events of the mooting was the singing of "My Old Kentucky Home." "America" ond other patriotic songs by nearly 5,000 school children from tho city under the direction of Miss Carolina O. Dour-BarIn tho selection of officers for another year Mr. R. E. Williams, a rormer umo county boy, was cno-se- n as secretary. It Is to be regreted that not more of our trustees nnd lencher8 ""ended and wo trust that nest year a greatly Ipcreased number will attend from 'Ohio county and get tho benefit and inspiration which such a meeting gives. d. $6,000 EMPLOYEE ENCAMPMENT TO ner, McKlnley, State Record Kecped; William Dingus, Prcstonburg, State" Chaplain; WITHLECTION T. J. Vinson, of Louisville, GUILTY OF THEFT High Salaried Man Makes Confession. Dramatic Scene in New York Court Room When Defendant Elected President. One of Greatest Meetings In tory of the Organ!- zation. rS His- & Proclaims Guilt. At tho closing session of one of New York. April 28. Philip T. fhe greatest meetings ever held by White, the $6,000 a year manager of iflo ''Kentucky Educational Assocla- the Masury Paint Company In Brooktlon In Loutsvllle, Saturday morning lyn, on trial as the leader of a band thn following officers were elected: of highwaymen who held up his emJ. T. Vinson, of Louisville, presiployers' bank messengers and robdent; V. P. Qaither, of Minerva, first bed them of $3,000 nearly a year Fish Gives Battle. vice president; T. Sanford Williams, ago, rose from his chair in the court Ky., April 27. An room of Augusta, second vice president; Llvermore, stretched both arms toMiss Ella D. Shaunty, of Washington eighty-fiv- e pound catfish was taken ward Supreme Court justice Asplnall county, third vice president; Mr. R. from Green River at this point this on the bench and exclaimed: E. Williams, Louisville, secretary; morning. The fight between three "Stop! I am guilty. I want to Miss Lida E. Gardner, Nicholas coun- - men and the fish lasted over an hour, confqss my guilt before God and ly, treasurer. and was witnessed by a large crowd the world." What Is termed the six and six of people, who were on the opposite A court room scene seldom equalplan o! education six years In the oanK ana couia render no assistance. ed In the annals of New York jurisgrades and six in high school was It was only after repeated clubbing prudence ensued. d strongly advocated by Commission- that It was landed. A White, trembling with emotion, er Claxton instead of the present 8 perch had first taken the hook, and turned from his bench and faced the and 4 system. It had been taken by the cat. FishRaising of standards of admission ing has been fine Green Rtver here, jury. I "I am guilty," he repeated. "It of Kentucky colleges was asked, with bass perch, cropple, sunflsh and chan cup that is forced to my proper support and equipment of all nel catfish biting freely to any kind Is a bitter lips, .but it la the Lord's will. I of them whether endowed by the of bait. have lived two lives a decent one St.(;e or maintained by churches. and that of a highwayman. I hope Mr. Claxton ridiculed tho idea of boys that God will forgive me and that learning to read about "The Dog" in REGULATORS RAID I may live long enough to make resthe primary grades, then going to titution." college In the German classes learn-I- t 8QCKP0RT NEGROES He reached up to his coat lapel all over again as "Das Hund" and and fumbled with a gold button In: the adjutant general's office here getting dignified college credits for the buttonhole, insignia of his mem- looking over the local sltuatlon.wlth It. fraternal order known a view to showing the advantages Establishment of libraries in every Hartford Negro Starts Flight bership in a country. Owensboro has to offer such an un all over the county of Kentucky, wltlu branches "And I surrender my membership dertaking: 'Quartermaster General In every village, cross roads and Brings Free, That fair in the Mystic Shrine," he continued, Woodyard approved ot the school and offering of profitable and tearing the button loose. "I am no grounds as a location some weeks ago dom. instructive outside educational dlver-sifcilonger worthy to remain a Shriner.'M and General Ellis registered his apto children were mentioned. White continued his Impassioned proval of the same this morning. Fully 7,000 or 8,000 persons witavowal. He freely confessed the de- Railroad facilities are considered, as A mob numbering about twenty nessed ono of tho most attractive good as any in the state and the fact features of the K. E. A. meeting Frl- - men raided the negro settlement at tails of the crime, but asked no - Rockport Mahday night and for sev-i.r- y. clemency and made no statement as that many years have elapsed since day afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Arencampment when 4,000 children, under the eral minutes made it exceedingly to the motive which Impelled him. Owensboro had an he sat down beside his long- - Rated to the advantage of Owensboro ' warm for the blacks in that leadership of Miss Carolina Bourgard over the other towns that have been of music in the Louisville Ity. Four or five negroes were tak- - time, friend, James F. CUnnln, audi- - endeavoring to secure It. Hendertor for the Hackett & WUhelms ComPublic Schools, filed Into the center en out and it is thought that the mob son business have been working of the auditorium and sang a num- intended to administer a whipping. ' Danr ln Brooklyn, who also was on collectively men individually to se- 'h and -- onlr. nf fhn n"ai on the same coarge. jiinuin ni.n,,al,.nn ber of choruses. cure the encampment this year. arose. Tho children, wearing red, white raiding party, however, prevented the General Ellis explained to the "I wish to plead guilty, too," he and blue caps and shoulder capes, carrying out of their Intentions and Chamber ot Commerce committee, Merc grouped to form an immense proceedings ended ln the flight of said, and sat down. The trial, which has been in prog- that has had the encampment work human flag, and at a given signal both parties. ress in the Supreme Court in Brook- in charge, that most ot the towns from the leaders, swayed from sldo The mob went to the home of ento side, giving the appearing ot a Frank Short and took out Short, his lyn tor several days, was at once that have previously had the The jury was dismissed campments had taken up subscriphaulted. wuvlng pennant. brother, Albert Short, a negro lawdeThe tableau was splendidly exe- yer, ot Hartford, who was visiting and the court accepted the two pleas tions among their merchants to cuted and not less splendidly was the him, a negro preacher named Hayes, ot guilty, Sentence was postponed a fray the preliminary expenses of helping to Install the troops. The fine chorus work of the children. nnd Harrison Maddox. The blacks week. CUnnln and White were charged Owensboro body, however, has made The program opened with tho "Sol-lweplnced nt the ncad of the proJ with having devised the scheme un arrangements through a local pro,,,. mnho,f nwnv , dlers' Chorus." from Faust, and der which two messengers of the moter ot enterprises, Cbas. A. closod with a wonderful melody ot Some distance from the scene of Masury Company were robbed of $3,-0- Payne, Jr., to derive sufficient monnational airs. the capture Albert Short made a tn tho hallway of the building ey from the sale ot concessions on The program was frequently Inter- - dft8h f0f ,lberty nnd darted ,nt0 a occupied by the Arm. The actual the grounds to meet all of the exrupted by enthusiastic applause , nearby houge geyeral 8ho1s wero robbery was committed by two high- penses that the Chamber of Comtrom the largo audience. flred after Um but none took effoct waymen acting under White's orders. merce will be put to, and the local by Ohio County was represented entering tho uouso Short called the following trustees: Messrs. E. fof a gun ftnd Bome momber of the The four afterward divided tho mon- organization will not call on the ey. White getting $900. This was business men ot the town who will O. Autln. Prentiss: T. J. Brooks. attMkl party yelled ..Look out testified to yesterday by Robert S. be benefited by the coming ot the Magan; nbers Pj the County , fe, 8UOOti and theyre g0,ng . Roberts, the man who actually took soldiers, to help in any way to se u. , uwrai j. v uxw. fled ,nclud,ng Maddox. The iaUer I Lee Barnes and II. L. Rummage, after runntng some distance with the the money from the messenger's cure the encampment. The preliminary details ot the en Beaver Dam; J. L. Brown, Rock- - mob, changed his course and sever- - hands. White lived in a handsome home campment will require not only the Ai iv O uawnouu, IIhIaii uu TJ I a, Tnnlfinn uuiuu, n- -j --1.1 M uurii ' BUUlB w"u """' " at Elizabeth, N. J. When he wait expenditure ot considerable money Tho following To county were also ?ta lnt0 the Umb and an0ther ,nt0 .first arrested, after months of inves-I- n but also a vast amount of work. from tlgatlon by detectives, his employers There are things called for ln the attendance: Prof. F. T. Shultzi A,bm 8hort brought his visit to were astounded, refused to believe plans and specifications furnished the and Miss Abbye Whittinghlll, Fords- to Hart- - nim guity ttnd assisted him to ob-- a. local organization ot business men Tlllo Profs. Layman O. Barrett and an abrupt end and returned He says taln bau. ford Tuesday morning. that will call for the employment of P. noswell. Dundee: Mr. H. D. local laborers and the purchasing ot 4 Brown, things were snakey tor awhile but the Ross, Hartford; Miss Rosa negroes wero so Graham Must Pay Penalty. materials for the construction of Im Magan; Profs. J. Logan Still well. 'prayers ot the other amusing that hla fears were turned Frankfort, Ky., April 27. Turner proved stands, tables, houses and Dudley S. Tanner, Harry T. Leach laughter. When he made his Graham, Jr., ot Hardin County, con- the like. Mr. Payne and Secretary and Misses Ismay Mason, Addle he was clad only in a victed for the murder ot Sheriff Cox, ot the Chamber ot Commerce, Belle Taylor, Edith Porter, Nell , Bh,rt' and he --says that rocks Robert T. McMurtry, of Hardin have already begun their arrangePlummer, Irene Taylor and May,"1 wou,u Bl oluer "mK0 uu" U,B County, and accused of the murder ments to take care ot these things, Hazejrigg, Beaver Dam; Prof. and Lonnte oaro leei iuii line roses ou inia uc ot James Weed, must pay the penal- - the first move having been the coneat P. Bell, Buford; 'ty for Ms crime in the electric tracting for the use of the fair Owen, .Belmont, and quite a number casion. Some ot the negroes had recelv- - chair. grounds. of others from the county who the, Th Annnllatn Cmirt tnrinv nftlrm. nnn,1. 'ed threatening letters before .i. iif v a xt le Commander ElkJa lng Green, whose names we were r,d ot the regulators but their visit e& the Judgment of the Hardin, Lexington, Ky., April 24. M. F. leading at this time was entirely unexpected. cuit Court, which Imposed the death to get. Most of the -was unanimous Short educators of the State were present Albert wny says he knows of no sentence. Graham shot McMurtry Elkin, of ne, or any or me otners. at Graham's home near Ellzaebth-tow- ly at the oth- - reason as well as quite a number from when he went to arrest Gra- quadrennial convention of the Kener States ot both State and National should be licked. "" ham on the charge of killing James tucky Tent of Maccabees kere Fri Amnnv thn Iflttpr. OHA .nmitnilAn Notlce. Wood. Tho killing occurred last fall day. W, E. Johnson, also ot this ot tho most noted was the Hon. P. I will not run the Ice Plant this and the Circuit Court ordered a spe-icl- city, and Commander Elkin were P. Claxton, United States Commts-rno- r HOOKER WILLIAMS. term of court. He asked for a elected delegates to the Supreme Reot Education, who gave an season. 5discussing reversal because he was not given a view ot the Maccabees at San Fran the tftdress Friday, change ot venue, and because he cisco begUnlng the week of May 16, For Sale. subject "An Educational Idea tor ...i nd Other officers elected were: C. One carload of claimed that be did not have time to an hour and a Kentucky." For half he held the audience almost barrel, net weight, at $1.10 per bar- - prepare the ease. The court says B. Thompson, of Lebanon, Past ComW. E. ELLIS ft BRO., wall-boun- d as he very eloquently rel. , that there is no prejudicial- - error and mander; Julian T. Yager, Lagrange, Lieutenant Commander; E. J. Tan- The produce Merchants, affirmed the Judgment ltd logically portrayed the powlbll- - 3U. y, Two-poun- ' Dr. E. B. Pendleton, Hartford, physician; W. E. Burk, BE; AT QWENSBORO Ashland, Sergeant; E, C. Cosby, Junction City, Master of Arms; A. J. Arvln, Campbellsvllle. First Mas ter of the Guards; C. W. Morrison, Kentucky National Guard to Paducah, Second Master of the Guards; T. J. Guthrie, Gravel Camp There July 15. Switch, Sentinel; C. A. Honhaus, Covington, picket. D. P. Markey, Supreme Commander of the Maccabees of tho World, ot Soldiers Means Much Coming was a guest at the meeting, but left this afternoon for home In Detroit. To Our Neighboring Hartford Delegates Honored. Hartford Tent No. 99, was highly City. honored when the convention recogr nized her good work by electing both of her representatives to office. Dr. The Owonsboro Inquirer of E. B. Pendleton was State Following the submission by the Physician, while Mr. Collins was Owensboro Chamber of Commerce of elected alternate delegate to the Sua proposition to comply with certain preme review to be held in San Franreulrements of the state to Adjutant cisco. That the local lodge chose General J. Tandy Ellis, of the Ken- Well in selecting these gentlemen to tucky National Guard, that body was represent them Is borne out by hon assured today by the adjutant gen- ors bestowed upon them by the coneral himself, who was In Owensboro vention. Mr. Collins read the reduring the day, that the encampment- port- of this tent to the convention very best that of this state's troops would be heldrnrnd lt was one of the In Owensboro this summer, beginning came before that body. July 16. General Ellis is authority Screens. for the statement that there will be Swat the fly! Certainly. But 2,000soldlers encamped here for first try to keep him out with good eIghtorten days, that during their screens. If the pesky critter does stay Mere they will receive from the get m and he seems bound to United States government the sum then swat him. And you need good of $20,000 and that the amount of strong screeils to stand the strain of money usually brought by the sol- the swat. It's screening time. Come diers, on a iv encampment, and spent In and get our prices on screens. by the statei.added to that, will total We cut to the size you want If. you about' $30,000, practically alt of are Do It now or you'll which will be spent In Owensboro, have to swat more flies later than beginning the middle of July. you want to. ILER & BLACK- The Chamber of Commerce has been' at work on this proposition for several weeks. It has had men from BONN ROBERTS -- Say Hospitals Much British Parliament to-da- IS IMPEACHED Authority Taken From Convict Mayor by Terre Haute Council. is , mll-Wh- vlcln-supervis- or re I 00 -- ru..... T LC nl .. "" "cr Bet-a-w- Clr-unab- d. Letma, n, 1 al - L.tmer-150-pou- Terre Haute, Iud.. April 24. Mayor Donn M. Roberts, recently found guilty with tweney-seve- n other Terre Haute men of conspiracy to corrupt the elecetlon here on November 3, by the 1914, was Impeached City Council by a vote ot seven to three. Roberts was not present at the trial, being tn the Federal prison at Leavenworth, Kan., serving a sentence fixed by Judge A. B. Anderson, in the Federal Court of Indlanapolln. The vote was taken after a day and a half of hearing testimony concerning the charges of the Council that the Mayor had illegally ordered warrents drawn to pay attorney's fees ln personal cases. Other charges were that he had attempted to bribe city Councllmen to vote for a boundary ordinance recently before the Council; that he had neglected the city's business by absenting himself for long periods, that he had caused persons to be arrested and held without bond on trlval charges, and that he had been convicted ot felony. W. L. Sllnkard, Roberts' attorney, said the case will be appealed. After the City Council had heard three witnesses in the Impeachment proceedings against Mayor Roberts, President Harry Skean announced a caucus. Tho witnesses were Charles S.. Batt, former City Attorney, who Is prosecuting the Impeachment case for the Council; Charles P. Man- coui(t, president ot the Board ot Works, and A. C. Duddleston, a news- capacitated and that their experpaper man, who reported the election ience in the hospitals''-di-d not- - form case ln Federal Court for . a local any ground for special, complaint. paper, . Muucourt testified that he made Notice To Claimant., out a warrant for $500 tor Attorney All Persons having claims against Ephlnman and that the warrant was the estate of John P. Foster, deceas- charged to the water fund. He said ed, are hereby notified to present the matter was discussed by the same to the undersigned admJnis-boar- d, but Roberts had not ordered ' trators at Harftord, Kentucky.prop-th- e voucher. Inman defended Roberts erly proven, as the law directs, on ln a local court against charges' or before the ISth dr.y ot June, growing out of the city election. ,1916, or they will be forever barred. Batt testified that Roberts de-- AH persons knowing themselves In- manded ot him that be, as City At- - debted to this estate, by note or ac-torney, draw a legal option support count, will please call and settle on ing the advance of the Mayor's sal or before the above named date, aa ary "from $3,000 to $4,000 a year. we desire to wind up the business as speedily as practicable. Batt said he repeatedly refused. ELLIS H. FOSTER. Duddleston was called to prove ' WALTER FOSTER, that Roberts had been convicted In Administrators. 40t4 the Federal Court. nt to-dsix-ye- ar to-al- ed tWWll MZfKBT JURY TRIAL OVER J. 0. METCALF, Mail!, Ah. FRANK ASKS GOVERNOR TO COMMUTE SENTENCE THAW'S SANITY New York Supreme Court Justice "After Metal 3-- Roofing! Using Wj'WbbbWWW Peruna Many Years I can say that Peruna Is a fine remedy for Grants Application On Habeas Corpus Writ. New ritarrh jmi kU ia York, April 23. The ques-- , tion of the sanity of Harry K. Thaw perfectly reliable." will be determined by a Jury. Su- -' preme Court Justice Hcndrlck, In a AlOIICatlTe qualities. granted decision handed down "I havp noticed a Brent many others taklnc this the application for a trial mnde by remedy, and I hate yet case whera failed to oo ause Thaw's attorney made on a writ of of Teru-n- a Among the grounds set forth by Fordsville Planing Mill Company tho continued habeas corpus. did not complote a satisfactory euro In reason- Frank In his appeal for executive (Incorporated) Thaw was In court when Justice able time." clnnirncy are thnt ho is Innocent opinion. llendrick announced his .1AKK WILSON, Mgr. ,aiid that the principle cvidenco upon Ills face at once lighted up with ' he was convicted was of "a pleasure. Ills attorneys, friends and 0f living Is too high. Reduce prices (which questionable and urellable chni.ic-iter.- " others In the court room rushed to anij never mind profits." His application he states, docs congratulate him and he was kept' Well, the tired body and dull not undertake to set out in full tin g busy for nearly holt an hour shak- - Dran si,ould unite. The present t.,1. 1i n n 1 a ' wtnn nna fnf lila nnnnnl We Knock the Spots Out of Things hands before he was taken back surii policy toward Industry and busl-t- o permission to do so at the hearing The Tombs. Incss wll only bring disaster. The before the Prison Commission. The "It will be good news to my moth- - American people must make up their text of Frank's application, which is cr he told newspaper men; that's all . nifnds as to how they stand toward brief, follows in part: I want to say for publication." the profit system, and be either "On August 26, 1913, I was conThe moot question which Justice wholly for it or against it. French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a victed In the Superior Court of FulSuporlor Manner. Hcndrlck had to decide was whether If they are for capitalism and the ton county, of murder, nnd I nm Send us your Garments nnd Have the court had power to grant a Jury pront system, they should quit their pronow under sentence of death Them trial. He held after a study of tho attempts to destroy the only nounced on said verdict. ,1 ask that that he did have such tlve that the private owners of CLEANED CLEAN nnd has decided to exercise It. dustry iiave for operating Industry-H- e this sentence be commuted to life on the following Packages called for and delivered. pointed out in the decision that profits. They should cheerfully pay Imprisonment the "Jury was called to aid the court whatever profits are necessary to grounds: "I am absolutely Innocent of the THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB by their advice" and that the finding ;create In the capitalist owners of in-crime of which I was convlced. My the Jury would not be binding, If dustry the required incentive, A. Iva N'nll, Prop. t death would neither avenge it nor the court was satisfied that It was h tne American people do not punish the real perpetrator. I have HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. not in accordance with the evidence . i.pUpvo In nrlvAtn nwnorshln and the no personal knowledge of the crime and with Justice. profit system they should vote to other than the facts related by me The court, he said, could disregard abolish it, and to substitute in lien the Jury's verdict and render his own of it Collective Ownership and pro- in my statement at the trial. "The main evidence on which I decision. duction for use, instead of for sale was convlced was of a questionable Hcndrlck set the date of and profit. Justice and unreliable character. My allegthe trial for May 17. The public can own and operate During the discussion of the date industry for public service, without ed guilt has not been established beyond a reasonable doubt, but on the of Hendrlck In his opinion after profits; or else, a few private precedents, viduals can own and operate Indus-"th- contrary, conflict of testimony, uncerauthorities and tainty and doubt still exist as to In this State there is ample try ror private profits. But both precedent for the impaneling of a plans cannot be adopted and'eonduct-Jury't- o every material feature of the case aid In trying the Issue of fact ed together, and at the same time, made against me. The attorneys presented copies of upon the traverse to the re- - The raised system (Socialism) turn' In a habeas corpus proceed- - jwouid have much difficulty to achieve evidence of Frank's trial and reng 'success, were all intent upon getting quested the Prison Commission to make a personal inspection of the In'view of the different conclusions private profits. And the profit pencil factory where the Phagan pro-(tein the various Judicial would slow down to a starva-ceedlnheretofore. I think the tlme(tlon piace were the pe0ple to deny girl was murdered before beginning has come when the question of lt the profits upon which It lives. ' an examination of the record. , Members of the Commission stated Thaw's sanity should be determined j x0 objection can be offered that a hearing would not be "given by the court with the aid of a Juryagamst starving capitalism except Do you know of twelve men, who are not lawyers that u Is very improbable that lt can before May 3, and lt was not unlikely that the hearing might be deferor doctors, but who are called to aid , uo knle(1 by starvation. If it could Hartyou the conrt by their advice in the de- - be it mIgn't be well to 9tarv.e it. But red until the meeting beglnlng the termination of a question of fact." 'the pe0ple are so close to the hunger first Monday in June. According to the procedure in such ford 8:45 "It is therefore evident," wrote dead line that they are in no condl-Jubticases the Prison Commission first the trial, Mr. Stanshfleld. of tion t0 try starvation upon capital-counsfor Thaw, said he thought ists. Wlien people become very hun-ih- e acts upon applications for executive do trial would last only a week. It'gry( they usuany surrender to the clemency and transmits Its recomto the Governor for fiwas said later that Thaw's counsel capitallst. The people are getting mendations Levys, would not call more than ten witness- - ready now t0 surrender. They are nal action. It Is thought probable may not be able that the commission es, all told, and that the State would golng t0 the Republican party to and to finish Its consideration of the case put on a few. including Its reat canltalist to full now- - before Gov. Slaton's term expires, the ..-- perts Drs. McDonald and Flint. er and greater profits. July 1, next, and that decision on the 6:15. fine. e Vaguely, the people realize that It application will rest with Gov.-eleCapitalist Development Develops Sois bad policy to regulate business N. E. Harris. cialism. so much. Experiences of the past, speaking Locklng'the knowledge which is so through a dull brain, says: "Don't necessary Rheumatic Pains Relict ed. ready-to-wea- r to end the froflt of sysand disturb business. Let the profit sys- tem, it is best that the people turn Why suffer from rheumatism when tem remain." The tired body says, back to the Republican party, big relief may be had at so small a in "Increase wages and reduce profits." cost? Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., business and big profits. The empty stomach says: "The cost Mark Hanna was for developing writes, "I have been subject to atSocialists know lt Is on- tacks of rheumatism for years. Chamcapitalism. ly the complete development of capi- berlain's Liniment always relieves And talism which can develop Into exis- me Immediately, and I take pleasure In recommending It to others." 25 Comtence the Social and 50 cent bottles. For sale by all transwill pay monwealth. m Woodrow Wilson is for halting dealers. capitalism where It is. He doesn't if A Democratic Editorial. want It to develop any more. Therefore, Wilson, In the handling of our The A Weak, Nervous Suffered business and industrial problems, Is Shelby following editorial Is from the Sentinel, a Democratic paper, on which no comment is necessary: Restored to Health by Ly- a colossal failure. anxLevys Business Is bad because Itoosevelt, "Peace will reign In Kentucky but dia E. Pinkham's VegWilson have thrown a dam- a few more days and then we will Taft and ious have you etable Compound. per upon the only Incentive which have a battle all to our little selves. for operating industry-p- The great war of the European nacapitalists have A a tions will be forgotten when the DemKatotn, Minn. "I am glad to say rofit. Twenty years more of Mr. Wilson ocratic primary campaign begins. Of that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has uono would throw America on Its bark, our beloved Commonwealth one of neighof more for me than and quench the aspiring spirit of the her birds has sung that In Kentucky anything else, and I people. Is where 'the scenery Is the grandest, buy from us. had the best physiTwenty years more of Woodrow but the politics Is the damndest.' The was so cian here. I , (&y weak and nervous Wilson would reduce the Socialist liars, slanderers, hypocrites, fanatics, Come us soon, frauds, etc., etc., will then have an that I could not do party to a skeleton. my work and sufTho Socialist party thrives only Inning. The sins of the wastefulwelbe glad fered with pains low upon tho development of capitalism, ness increasing offices and salaries, down in my right because capitalism Is tho plant that tilted and prized assessments, and in side for a year or you. producing Socialism. Halt capi- addition raised tax rates wilt be overmore. I took Lydia is and Socialism Is halted. De- looked by a deluded public, gone mad E. Pinkham's Vege talism Socialistic and capitalism zealous over an Issue that Is a hortable Compound, nnd now I feel like a velop different person. I beliovo there is thought is engendered, and social rid nightmare one Impractical and nothing like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- Idea Is begot with power Irresistible disappointing. In tho face of two table Compound for weak women and nnd Invincible. Tho people are best droughts followed by a world ener in young girls, and I would bo glad if I cared for where capitalism has at- vating war this surely Is no time to could influence anyone to try the medigreatest development, and experiment with any Issue that does cine, for I know it will do all and much tained its strongest. not mean curtailment of office, salSTOP AT more than it is claimed to do." Mrs. the Socialist party Is tho Capitalist development develops aries, expenses, and taxes. It the Clara Franks, R. F. D. No. 1, ModIc-cre- st Socialism since the owners of Indus- people of this state could have one Farm, Kasota, Minn. say whether good, wise business administration Women who suffer from thoso dis- try have tho power to shall be operated, they Just now they would be' Idathe to lis- 1 should industry tressing ills peculiar to their sex be convinced of the ability of Lydia E. should either be given the necessary ten to any more of the woolngs of, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to re- incentive to operate It, or, else the the sweet-voice- d hypocritical class of . store their health by the many genuine public (Society) should take over politicians, wnen tnis people uoi and truthful testimonials wo are con- the ownership of Industry, and oper- wake up a realization of the burden- stantly publishing in the newspapers ate it only and solely for the public J some condition that politics of late FRANK ECKERT, Prop. doubt years have brought us If you have the HllglitestVegeta- or social good. the Euro- H. H. ECKERT,Mgr. that Lydia E. lMukliam's not be a circumstance Turn loose business enterprise; 'pean war ble Compound will help you.write stop stagnation and uncertainty, and to lt. Thewill reign of the wild, extrav- to Lydia K.PinkuumMedlclueCo. ty Up. European Plan (confidential) Lyan, Mass., for ad- begin the advance toward a New So- agant rule must soon end and the vice. Your letter will be opened, cial Order. present foolish ravings will come to read and answered by a woman a quick dissolution. WILLIAM II. CUNDIFF. strict coaUdtacc to-dawell-knoto-daI nnd Alii- cases of the tonsils and many other ailments. Tt Is manufactured by a company, who aro Itoll Cap, with Caps nnd Cleats, Pressed Standing Seam, v Crimp Atlanta Jew Seeks To Escape with Strips, v Crimp with Sticks, v h Crimp without Sticks, Death Penalty For Any Corrugated, Metal Shingles. Murder. of tho above In cither painted or galvanized. Atlanta, Ga., April 22. Attorneys Write us a postal card for delivery filed a pe- ed price on nny style you may need. for Leo M. Frnnk tition with Governor Plnton and tho We pay the freight nnd guarantee Georgia Prison Commislon, asking our Hooding to be satisfactory, or that, the sentence of death Imposed money refunded. upon Frank for tho murder of Mury Ph.tfon bo commuted to life Impits-tmnen- t. 2-5-2Vi-lnc- QUICK Meet all Trains at TRANSFER! Beaver Dam Three Good Automobiles and Hartford IIuvo udded a lnrge now car ami we are now butter equipped to handle our patronage than ever before. Will rent cars on Sundays and other days at reasonable prices. Speed regulated to satisfy customers. Nome the place and the pace and wo will do the rest. IN CONNECTION WITH OUR LIVERY BUSINESS Fordsville, Kentucky ab-in- i 1 L&dies' and Men's Cooper ? & Company Ky. . Garments Hartford, Incen-nuthorlti- Idle Funds Represent of Lost Interest If you hail a machine that you could operate at a good procount as a loss the time it stood Idle? fit day In and day out, would you npt Indi-quotl- Levys Your money Is a good money-makin- g macHkie. Invested In our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It earns day of the week, every week of tho month and every month of the year. Remember, we give you absolute security and pay you the best rate of Interest. t at ( Service can leave Central Trust Company Cor. Itli nnd Krcderlra. KNOWN EVKRYWHKRE as the SAKE and REMMII,E1I.NK m gs that J ce at el re-on- ly re morning shopping at get home every your at ct It Isn't that puts the best store The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get 5895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build inteerity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is ttrone and permanent. We are in the automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Alien car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get. If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handsamt car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, touring carat $895, is the complete answer to your requirements. Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen en- Sine, Weiton-Mo- tt axle, mohair top ind leather upholitery. millinery FARMER'S WIFE Kentucky within your reach. your 14 Allen 17 horsepower hu a TOO ILLTO WORK u portation too your purchases amount to Warncrtranimuiion ana iteering gear, expand-la- g drive, brakes, 110- - inch nheelbate, demountable rimi, aluminum crank cue and aluminum left-han- d trani-missi- on $20. are and tltttrit mtnt tf tltttrit tutu ifrttr. case, full fault' to patron. fcr great many bors your aiodeU. three roedstara ed let lourloj ear. rBtai In prlee freai SS7S te $139. The weight of the car la 2J0O 1U . which, with th power of the motor, lutuiea economy of operation. We belli! IW other , if to see we'll come to F."c,.r RP'ntBtiTe for ginia Kenton Motors Co. In itylt, finish, foivtr, economy titration, toutpmtnt, iirvictabl lualitui and f net, Allm tan tah tht lea J Southern Ohio, adjacent Weit VirTarritorr, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. Dealers t Write or wir for agency proposition nSSTJSr I When Louisville NEW INSURANCE AGENCY ECKERT'S 5th Avenue Hotel I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser hl3 recording Agencies for tho following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Hartford, jEtna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, whichincludea the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, E. E. BIRKHEAD, - iiariiuru, ny. t FOR FINE JOB PRIN- . I CALL ON THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN TING. !(VtfS$ifcKhm Have You Seen It? I I,""11" " i meir ucpnncu out of the church. Something like this for nn example, and this Is the brother's belief, who Is going to break up the Socialist party with a cap pistol argument. Hear It and then show the ratlonnl part of your brain to exercise Itself nuniu dead, wlio died Pl lhlr belief on the tomb- - VanderNt Training ScJiooi for Boys ELKTON, KY. S Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens nnd Christian gentlemen. Its pationago is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo made earl v. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write The New Ford Model With Cowel Dash. With Clear Vision Windshield. With Electric Lights. ' lonce nnd Beo what Is going on: With Speedometer. With Improved Fenders. i IB. HI 1 I I, 8211 1 Delivered to you and teach you how to put it over the road. Barnes Automobile Co. INCORPORATED. CENTRAL CITY, KY. ;ssssgBSSsssssssssssessssssgsssg OUR BEET SUGAR come. He looks upon stealing an election as one of the line arts, for which jails and penitentiaries were INDUSTRY IS DOOMED; never really Intended; and, then, he encourages himself with the notion that because the judges and Last Year 722 054 ting omcera are often the beneficiar ies of his crime, they are as guilty Tons of Sugar, but It Must as himself and cannot afford to see him suffer. In that latter sugges- Now Close Down. tion there is, doubtless, Just a grain loved one and gave him protrncted repose, In a lake of flro and brimstone, where nil the doomed sinners go. Hut our cup of Joy will run over while wo sing with an Angelic choir nnd listen to tho pleaH of our loved one for water and relief from tho fire." Now, If there is any one In Ohio county who believes that strong enough to have the above inscription carved on the stone that marks the resting place of their departed dead, pleabe drop mo a card and I'll pay ten dollars on the stone and wage ten more that who ever has the Job done is run out of tho neighborhood In less than twenty-fou- r hours. We want you to pull off this cloak and como out In God's Sunlight where wo can see you. We aro going to twist you out and you had just as well come clean. I can stand to hear the fellow kick that's doing the riding but when It comes to tho fellow that's being rode squealing when we are trying to get the other fellow off his back, that gets our goat. He says ho can't understand how wo are going to get these things. Well brother, "wo are unable to explain just how the other fellow got them away from us, but you will surely agree that he has them. If I steal your watch and you can prove that it is yours do you think the court would want you to explain just how I got it. I think not and so do you. Now brother, get the Bible and turn. to James 5 and you'll see the cause of this so cial unrest, but don't wait to hear it from tho pulpit or you'll be disappointed. ROBT. OWENS, McHenry, Ky. MATHENEY & BSTTS For catalogue ond information. Box A. riiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii !& I rjt nM - r. Wi. .. il-.. 1 : $ tuna Thwoolr complete colloctlou in axlstenca Pictures of all President s of tlie United States, from Washington to Wilson. Flags of all Nations In colors. The very al latest Kentucky Map showing Counties.towns.rallroads.Con-gresslondistricts, etc. Latest Kentucky Census. complete mapof theUnitcd fetatcs. KullanUcomjjlctemapolthe world. Inthellistorical Kentucky tVetch Is given the political statistics from the foundation of the State to the pietent time. State Officials. Executive Department. All It IncluJest-A- U ., . 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Thousands of people keep their LivC3 nn (nr n Cull "I I'' ....... ,..i.:k ers active and healthy by using Dr. . u. .:.:.. Tlchenor and tries to make the pub7rt tntn tirll I lic believe that these two men con- King's New Life Pills. Fine for the months' subscription by maiL It stitute the whole Socialist party. He Stomach, too. Stop the Dizziness, Fiona undmtaaJ. fJscsa rata at by mail . air, amd net Uuwsrii carnarar reminds me of two darkies talking Constipation, Billiousness and IndiOFTERrtfrfln gestion, Clear the blood. Only 25c too "e Blue lu u,e ou,er- - 1HO ""iese 2 UiUr Zmim, have got a b,Ser nrn,y than En8-o- f M your Druggist. a--n - J4H.9- : engage in i land, now if they should .i war whlclr do you say would win? The Mall Order Ten Commandments. Everybody knows that elections in The Department of Agriculture ji't- rfrtfrW1 ""'MTjr:'i" rijjat "Well" said the other "the Chinese." The following ten commandments announces that in 1914 there was Louisville have been for many years say that England would win" "I are offered for the guidance of cataproduced in this country 722,054 'little more than a farce. To such said the first. "How do you make logue house patrons: or refined beet sugar, and it Is 'an extent haB this brazen debauch-- a Ions that when China has the biggest 1. You shall sell your farm promatter of common knowledge that, ' ery of the ballot proceeded that a array." "Well he said, "England ducts for cash whenever you can, war conditions and the fact certain amount of stealing on the .owing to could pray to the Lord for help." that sugar does not go on to the free part of the Democratic machine is "Well, why couldn't the Chinese pray but not to us. We do not buy from you. spring, the acreage for always calculated in advance and list until next too" said the other. "They could, 2 You shall believe our statements The 1915 will probably be larger than taken as a matter of course. who the H could understand and buy all you need from us. bebest the Republicans and Independ- - but ever before. them. cause we wnat to be good to you, alAnd there it will stop. There is nn cuts can figure on is that they may The brother writer is alright but though we are not personally ac sugar factory in this State be able to poll a sufficiently strong beet which expects to run next year, and vote to overcome tho Democratic who can understand him. He be quainted with you. If you are not familiar with Llppln- 3. You shall send the money In ad nil which hnvo mnde any statement theft. This they have seldom been lieves if we can christianize the cott's you are doing yourself aud world we will be alright and wo be- vance to give us a chance to get the on the subject say that they will able to do, since these accomplished the publishers an injustice Democratic skullduggers have reduc- lieve Just the same, but we we don't goods from the factory with your run because they cannot. not ONE STAR believe that the package they are money; meanwhile you will have to It is presumably the same in all ed their nefarious craft to such a AS GOOD AS MOTTLED IX other States, and It Is certainly the fine point that they can figure to a handing out and calling religion will wait" patiently for weeks as that Is BOXD Delivered anywhere In case with the cane sugar growers of nicety just what is needed. Our turn the trick. Rome was christian our husines methods. the Middle West or East or 4. You shall apply to your nearest Louisiana, whoso sugar costs more old friend, Wood Axton, could throw ized with the same dope and about any place In Kentucky for only two per cent of the people owned all city to aid you In building good roads, a Hood of light on thnt subject. than beet sugar. Is only one way to put n the wealth of the Grand Christian so that you can conveniently get the But that will not help the There In the least. While with all stop to all this, nnd that Is to follow Government when Nero got out his goods from the depot, for we do not Either in Four Full Quarts "The Standard Fiction Magazine forms of sugar as they now are the the example of Indiana and send a fiddlo and peeled off Old Cal Weg- build country roads. or Gallon Glass Jugs. - big batch of these thieves to tho pen- - ener. He says Socialists are respon5. You shall buy church bolls and beet sugar factories cannot run withof America" Old Quality Is as pure and out Protection, with the million tons Itentiary. It can he done all right sible for possum hunters, why he church fixtures from us and forward mellow as Whisky can be possum hunters Is some tho money in advanco for this Is of domestic sugar withdrawn the re- if we can only get them arraigned condemns NOW IN ITS 46th YEAR made. Distilled from the finest finers will be ablo to get tho same in the right court. For thnt very thing I can't understand when it is our business method, and you shall selected grain, assuring that 25 Cents a Copy old prices and pocket the profits, reason we are particularly Interest- taught to our children as being noble. collect from the business men in your $3.00 a Year wonderful aroma found only in for years the reflneers' trust, which ed in the forthcoming nominations Visit our schools and hear the teach- city as much money as you can for good Whisky that Is pure (The first magazine to originate the has been characterized by the De- by the Republicans for Criminal er tell the little ones the story about tho benefit of tho churches, for It especially suitable for family idea of publishing a complote partment of Justice as having prac- Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney Boston Tea Harbor and how white Is against our rules to donate any or medicinal purposes. system of in this district. We want for those men disguised as Indians threw the money for country churches. novel in each number.) ticed "a Get our complete price list. defrauding the Government of un- - nnsttions men who nnt nniv know tea overboard and that was alright G. You shall buy your tools from Special prices made In quanA YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION Now I think that there is just as us and be your own mechanic In or paralleled depravity," has been the law but will dare to enforce it tities. , men of the pattern of Judge Ander-iiuc- " striving to put the beet sugar produc-right in doing things with a der to drive tho mechunics from your BRINGS YOU crs out of business. & Co. son who can teach lawyers, like Ows- - towel tied around your head as to vicinity for we wish it so. P. R. 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short At last, by the aid of the President ley Stanley, that gall and cheek are to be covered with feathers and war 7. You shall Induce your neighbor Mall Order Department. 60 Timely Articles. ' 50 Stories. nnd Congress, it has done the trick, not good substitutes for brains in a paint. I talked with two fellows in to buy everything from us, as we Owensboro, Ky. Striking Poems. 200 Pages ot and not only it not profited the con- -' court of justice. If we can get a Central City who were awaiting trial have room for more money the less P. R. Lancaster & Co., Burner by one cent but the war exl- - judge of that kind in Louisville, as possum hunters and they didn't money you have In your community Owensboro, Ky. came these same refiners would ( ed by a Commonwealth's Attorney know any more about Socialism than the sooner we can put your local merGentlemen: Enclosed find sell only at the most extortionate 0f similar courage and honesty, the Bro. Tinsley does and he seems to chant out of business and charge , for which send me, exI Lipplncott's is enjoying a big reprices, and are endeavoring to do J regn of the Buckingham theatre In think that all Socialists are possum you any price we please. press prepaid, qts.; vival ot popularity. Thousands ot gals. Old Quality 1 Star. still. Louisville politics will cease forever, hunters. From what I read about 8. You shall look often at the new readers bav? been addcfcl to 1U That which this most villainous and Louisville become, what every-tru- st possum hunters they are a class of beautiful pictures in our catalogue so Name subscription list during the past has done before it will Express Office people who have been deceived by that your wishes will Increase and knows it rightfully is a few months, and Its circulation is continue to do whenever it is Hon cty. Kentucky Sun. Postofflce tongued politicians smooth and so you will send In big orders alIncreasing rapidly. I possible. a preachers and have decided to do though you are not In Immediate Cut Out and Mall Now. The one possibility of preventing Rheumatism Yields Quickly to their own legislation and hold their need of the goods otherwise you extortion was In the beet sugar in- HOW TO REDUCE THE convention after the sun goes down. might have some money left to buy Sloaa'H. UU8try. Ynil ran't nrAVAnr an nttnolr nt And If there isn't something done for some necessary goods from your lo COST OF GOOD READING aajr OVER And that the refining trust, in col- - nheiim.ti.m the common people, I'm looking for cal merchant. mm onmin., nn .. YCARS laboratlon with a theoretic President you can Btop u alm08t lramed,ate,yi the fulfillment of the Prophet Dau 9. You shall have the merchants EXPERIENCE Send for and a Democratic Congress, has re Sloan's Liniment gently applied to !. Such a time of trouble as has who repair the goods to buy from moved. San Francisco Chronicle. Lipplncott's "Little Beok of . Big us book the bills bo you can send the sore joint or muscle penetrates not ueen since it was a nation, M L night one of my little the money for his labor to us for in a few minutes to the inflamed) Lafl aaT ' Bargains" l aV aV 1 that causes the pain. It soothes lows came home from church and he now goods, otherwise he will not ' asked me who made hell and told notice our Influence. New Edition Just Published for the FOR FLETCHER'S the hot, tender, swollen feeling, and I Traoc Marks 4 Season 10. You shall In case of sickness in a very short time 'brings a relief him that Grover Cleveland laid the Designs CoYniQHTs Ac. that is almost unbelievable until you foundation and Woodrow Wilson or need apply to your local dealer SENT FREE UPON IIEQUE5T Anyone nmdlng a rartrh ond description mas Take Notice. Kentucky Democrat! experience. It: Oe a bottle of Sloan's was doing the structural work and for aid and credit, as we do not know ejitcklr ascorulu out piftiilnMn, Conimunlrn-lion- an oi'HUoii live abeiher ItiTciillon It I'rolinUf We trust the result of the trial of LYniment for 25c! of any Druggist all most had the Job complete. It you, nor caro to, Mlneola, Tex., HANDC00K en I'steut riricilTTiriUdeutlkU J. B. L1PP1NC0TT COMPANY tent (re . OUot ciinirj for Wktama. the Indiana election thlece3 will not and have it In the house against is something that I cannot under- Monitor. 1'alei.ts uittn tbrouuu Munu A Co. rtx.lT WASHINGTON SQ-- t '"" PHIIADEU'IIIA iptriol uotlct , without cUreo, Intti , be altogether lost on the Kentucky Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lum- stand why a man will stand up and especially here in bago, Sciatica and like ailments. scare little children with such rotten Scientific Democracy, and To Prevent Blood Poisoning A pundsomelr llln.lralei whIIt, Ijrvet dr. Your money back if not satisfied, stuff as that. Now here is what Louisville. rnbluiii i( mir rlviitlut' Journal. IvrmsitS a irrly at once the wondniulotd reliable. DR. elecInur iuouus,tt SuMLju)! but it does give almost instant re- - they want to ay you believe and if FOR FLETCHER'S rrirt It is difficult to convince an elcai dirsslci; It it itrlltves luftfautl heals at PNpGo.364B'"NewYoii lOKTUH'S ANTlSKITip )1'AUNG OU,.aur. 2 they believe It why don't eomo of tion thief that his time will ever lief. ,. OUR.'5riaXL-'C0HBrilA,n0- .. iij 'nP?rf;FWinrr2ryr'r :rW!$ xyr. 1W- fiiATt'- IMS "Old Quality" LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE con-Hum- cr $3.00 Per Gallon long-continu- Lancaster aid-gen- cy cer-(i,o- dy Re-taln- ly ( To-da- y Children Cry Lt fel-ep- ot 9T7il'lI 3 I aVJ s CASTORIA 1913-191- Ch.il.dren Cry American. CASTORIA oa aret, wuuiuu, u a th tawc time, riot a lluuutut. tfc. 30c. fl.00. . (r.M ago they had adapted their land to something else, they would now ho better off financially and morally, Caterod arrordln.; to Uw at tan roatofflw while the State would bo far In nforfl, Kj., aa mull matter of tr wcond of Its present disgraceful posicIam, Tho raising of tion educationally. & Proprietor tobacco Is what has ma do moonlight C. M. BARNETT, Editor necessary in Kentucky. ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor schools H irtford Republican. LAWRENCE P. TANNER Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney. cc MILLINERY H Address Ti communications liartford Republican. U 10 NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS SDlMrllirr llrlns the Mrr man give the old ndilni rrti to u Iifw Jnr In mnkliigtbi' - rnqowt. llnilniM Lorain nnd 'otlcpr lice tor eH'ti mlcllllcmnl ferllne money 10c irr lib? olid fc program has beet; for the occasion. 4 Notice. ttettl ti The stockholders and Directors of the Cromwell Deposit Dank of Cromwell, Ohio County, Ky.,hnvlng . CO Zvrzaexs' Sutuai by proper resolutions determined to go out of business nnd Uqultate, FRIDAY, APRIL .10. notice Is hereby given that nil depositors and creditors of said bnuk Huerta seems In no hurry to go on will be paid In full through .the Deaver Dam Deposit Bank of Beaver back home. Dam, Ky., and distribution to stock- It has now been three weeks since holders will be made at once throuch gave out that game bank, McAdoo Secretary 42t4 prosperity report. Next. CROMWELL DEPOSIT BANK. life. A good Oliltuarlt- -, lleiioliitloiin imd Curd ot Think tx In ndMiiue, Cfcirtli Notlirn for ienlo free, Imt otl.w torch iidtertlnnent. Re T line. will reerlve to AnpDjriuoua coinmunlciitlon Farmer To Meet. Every farmer In Ohio county la Invited to meet the new Farm Demon strator at Heaver Dam next Monday. I' will he a rally and greeting to ilie gentleman who is laboring with us durlrg tho coming jear for the bet- tornunt of farm conditions nnd more intelligent nnd systematic work on nil Hres looking to the uplift of farm ed BrtMaFiSgBffrfi ' wv;i aaaaaaaaaaaaw&aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVE&K RjaBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaapW v :. h'MiIIIIIIIIIHBH ItaaaaaaaaaaMnHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaK aaaHaaaaaaaaBwHaaaaaanaaaaaaV raw-- ' n?" v. v.xL VV aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal aaaaaaaaaaalaaaaV cSaaaaaaaaaaaaaHL9l MBOIESi JLaaK SHHRI Our Millinery department needs no introduction to many Ladies' in this section of the country. Everybody knows the repu tation of this store for up-to-the-min- ute Cnr load of Machinery for Sale. We have recently received a car It looks as though the road bond tload of the celebrated Webber Farm carry In Daviess Wagons, Deering jixopositlon would Grain Binders, county without much trouble. Mowing Machines, Rakes, Osborne There Is persistent rumor that Disc Harrows, Hoosier Corn Drills, &c. Likewise Rnmp nf thn Democratic candidates Harrows, Cultivators, Have,aI1 other kInds of Farming Imple- for Governor will withdraw. Ihey seen the hand writing on the ments, including Vulcan Plows, ns well as repairs for all of this mawall? chinery. We also have the Henney e Ohio county has been exceptional- Runabout, manufactured by the Plow Co., St. Louis Mo. ly free from lawlessness, but it seems that we are to share the troubles of Having purchased this machinery carload lots, we are prepared to our neighboring counties in this res-.I- n (give very close prices to those need- pect. ing anything in this line. Our aim The Allies charge the Germans is quick sales and small profits. So with discharging noxious gasses at it will pay you to see us before purthem. We suspect they had simply chasing elsewhere. We can save cut a limberger cheese in some of you money. their trenches. W. Ex ELLIS & BRO., 39t4 Hartford, Ky. Whitley county voted a road bond proposition 3,000 to 500, one day Mr. Thomas Addresses Voters. this week. The mountain counties To the Republicans of Ohio County. years I have been are going in to get their share of For twenty-fiv- e one of you. I have voted with you the State road fund. at the ballot box, sat in your party A. O. Stanley succeeded in send- councils, served on your committees, ing a large number of more or less f.poken in your meetings, written prominent Indiana politicians to the your defense for the press, suffered penitentiary. What will he be able with you In defeat and rejoiced with to do with Haley, Rhea & Co.? . you-Ivictory, and I am now asking as a candidate for the first time Our Democratic friends lost their your support. ireet bet when they failed to get Harry Sommers, Editor of the Elizabeth-tow- n When I announced as a candidate News, into the race for Go- for the Republican nomination for vernor. He is the best timber on that State Senator I assumed that the unbroken rule would be followed of al'Hide. lowing the county whose term it was The State Board of Equalization, ' to furnish the candidate to Indicate fitting at Frankfort, has raised the its choice between its own citizens, assessment of Ohio county 15 per and for the other counties to indorse cent on town lots and 10 per cent on that choice. The Republicans of Muhlenburg farm lands and personal property. If allowed to stand this extra tax and Butler counties, with whom I will fall very hard on a people al- - have conferred, assure me they want The 'to respect this rule of rotation in the ready burdened by taxation. Board has set May 11th for a hear- - time honored way, but for reasons, lng from the county and we hope you must conjecture or my opponent explain, he declines to agree to any its action may be recinded. test of the sentiment of the Republt- The Owensboro News is the name cans 0f our home county as to which Republican of U3 ti,ey would offer to the district of the new paper, published at Owensboro. The as tiieir candidate for State Senator. News is a healthy youngster and un- - i have proposed to Mr. Leach that der the guiding hand of that eminent we submt our claims to our county Indiana Statesman, Hon, Frank B. nlas8 convention at Hartford In June, Posey, we predict a great future for whlcn wl certainly be composed of our new neighbor. We need more Representative Republicans of Ohio papers of this kind in Kentucky. )COllnty( nn,i tjlat the ono of us d field has been too for dorsed then bo offered t0 tho dis-th- e good of tho State. May the trict as ohlo county.s candidate. I News fulfill the fondest hopes of its wl aIs0 agree t0 gubmlt t0 any other jr,enaSl test of the sentiment of the Repub licans of Ohio county that he may The race for Circuit Court Judge be willing to suggest. and Comonwealth's Attorney, in this No other candidate for tho Repubdistrict, is warming up, on the Democratic side. As yet tho Republic lican nomination for State Senator ans have no candidates in the field in this district has ever been called ' t,m nd ,nCUr I for the nomination but they have!""0" and!1'16 e,xpense of massing the entire eeveral strong men In training at tho proper time they propose to dlstr,ct' nor' 80 far as l know' has candidate ever before declined enter a team which will come can-an- y tho terlng in several lengths ahead lnt0 consult the w, and ab,de resuu oi nis pany in nis nome counNovember. Save your money and place it all on this team. We don't ty. The right of ail the Republicans of often hand out tips; but this is a the district to a full participation in good ono. tho selection of a candidato for Ohio county farmers will get out State Senator is in no way questioned because it has been, in the whole of the position of farm domonstrat-bu- t or yaluablo Information which would history of the district, the unbroken require years of actual experience to rule to allow each county to deter-acquir- e, who should be its candidate, if they will only take advan-inlin- e tage of the opportunity. It will be because this rule once broken wasted unless appreciated, bably could never be reestablished Jf on the one subject of diversified and because the salary of the office farming our people would get a 'does not Justify the sacrifice of time change of mind, It would be well and expense necessary for a close wprth the money. This thing of canvass of the three counties, I clinging to tobacco until lleve my proposal to ray opponent to tke chains of slavery have been riv- - allow the Republicans of our home eled bard and fast hus been the ruin county who best know our merits of our people and their land us well, and fitness, to determine between "What have they ever gotten out of It? us, will appeal to tho spirit of falr-wit- h few exceptions their tobacco ness of the Republicans of the en-heach year been taken over by tire district. means Htle short of high way rob- -' As former editor of The Hartford Jiery. If ten, twenty or thirty years Republican and several times chair Mo-linn I semi-weekly en-Tone-sidepro-mon, as Why exploit the feat of David with Billy Sunday is going to Goliath? tackle Louisville this fall. By J. J. Stewart, President. By Delmer Stewart.Cashler. To the Voters of the Sixth Judicial party and that the government should be conducted for tho benefit District: I take this means of Informing of the whole people and not for the you that I am a candidato for tho benefits of the favored Interests or I office of Commonwealth's Attorney believe classes. for this Judicial district, subject to that the welfare of the people Is the action of the Democratic party, best conserved by the operation of at tho primary election to be held In the Democratic tenet of rotation in August of this year. office and I do not believe in long in office. With an experience of 25 years In terms or I have always been on the sldo active practice in the courts of this State, I feel that I am prepared to of the laboring people, whether on capably discharge the duties of that tho farms or elsewhere, and I have newspaper important position, and I assure you never edited a gold-bu- g that, If I am elected, I will use my or advocated a principle inconsisutmost endeavor to fairly and faith- tent with Democratic' doctrine. fully conduct the affairs of the ofHoping to have the pleasure of fice, in order that the greatest good meeting you before the election and possible may result to the people of talking to you personally about this the district. I am a Democrat and am one who matter, I am, Yours sincerely, believes in and at all times advoLAWRENCE P. TANNER. cates the cardinal principles of my office-holdilife-tenu- re .I HHk Millinery. m- yJMmmm - prepared to furnish you a Hat to suit your purse. We are All new shapes and trim JHhHIkp; SHui iHHBWaHV'Ut? &SK&ryy V mings that come out if practi cable, are found in our stock im mediately. Big assortment for you to select from. It's easy to satisfy yourself here and we will appreciate a look from you. E. P. Barnes & Bro. man of our county campaign com- The snako was finally consigned to mittee I have had close and pleasant an old ash barrel. Owensboro Mesrelations with our active Republi- senger. cans in every precinct In Ohio counReport of the Condition or the ty, and the unsolicited and hearty assurances of support that come to me in practically unbroken chorus McHENRY DEPOSIT BANK from those good men leave small Doing business at the town of Mc- room for doubt about the sentiment Ilenry, County of Ohio, State of of Ohio county in this contest, and Kentucky at the clone of inspires me with the warmest feelbusiness on 15th day ings of gratitude and good will. I of April, 1015. could scarcely ask a larger measure of confidence of my fellow RepubliRESOURCES. cans In Ohio county than the assur- Loans and Discounts. .. .$26,945.48 ances of support already given me, Overdrafts, secured and and have now only to urge them unsecured 55.66 to impress this preference upon their Stocks, Bonds and other neighbors, of Butler and Muhlen00 Securities burg counties, who are anxious to Due from Banks 804.45 know and willing to confirm it. Cash on hand 3.917.35 With the warmest feelings of grat- Checks and other cash itude I am, 00 Items Sincerely Yours, Banking House, Furniture JOHN H. THOMAS. 5,354.13 and Fixtures (Advertisement.) Other Real Estate 245.00 m Other Assets not included hatred Rocks. under any of above I have Just bought from the 00 heads of J. P. Foster 12 fine barred cost rock hens and the rooster that Total $37,322,07 him $25; also one fine rooster from LIABILITIES. & Pope that I put In tho pen Pope Capital Stock paid In, in with the 12 hens and I havo penned cash $15,000.00 my barred the Foster rooster with Surplus Fund 1,600.00 I now have three fine rock hens. Undivided Profits, less exday-ol- d pens. Eggs 15 for $1.00; penses and taxes paid. . 851.20 chicks 15c each. Goshen and New Deposits subject pen No. 3. York rooster In to check $10,343.63 41t4 J. C. ILER, Hartford. Demand Certifi 00 l'lnylng of Piuno Brings Out Snake. cates of Deposit 00 Howard Harris, nn employe of tho Certified checks 6,311.72 Time Deposits. Daniel-SamuMusic Company, in East Third Street, was given the Cashier's checks 15.52 16,670.87 scare of his life shortly after 8 outstanding .. o'clock last night when, after he had Due Banks and Trust Companies 00 open tho top cover of a thrown piano which had been shipped from Notes and Bills Redls- 00 counted Central City in the afternoon, and 00 started fingering the keys, the head Unpaid Dividends 00 of a large black snake appeared over Reserve for taxes 4,000.00 Harris se- Bills Payable the top of the piano. the Other Liabilities not incured a club and soon killed cluded under any of reptile. 00 above heads The supposition is that the piano, which was enensed in an old box, Total $37,322.07 had been placed In the yard preparatory to removing It to the train, and that' tho snake crawled State of Kentucky,) )Sct. into the box and thence to the top of the piano. The noise caused the County of Ohio, ) We, Geo. W. Baseheart and L. C. reptile to crawl from Its roomy quarters. The snake after being Brown, Vice President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do killed measured five feet. Considerable excitement was cre- solemnly swear that the above stateated when Mr. Harris jumped from ment is true to the best of our knowl the piano and ran to tho rear of the edge and belief. GEO. W. BASEHEART.V. Pres. store. When he returned with the L. C. BROWN, Cashier. club he was followed by every emSubscribed and sworn to before ' ploye of the store. A few blows with m the club killed tho snake. Pedes- me this 24th day of April, 1915. My Commission Expires January m trians were startled for some time afterwards at the sight of the snake 30, 1916. A. M. SMITH, Notary Public. hanging limply across the old box. es-ta- to I el BEAVER DAM, KY. A Cash Buyer In a credit house has no more show than the proverbial snow ball. Don't Do It. hard earned cash against your neigh bor's credit. Come to our big sale and buy all your goods at Don't put your good Wholesale Prices. It will open your eyes to see how you can buy here. J. T. VINSON & SON BEAVER DAM, KY. I Will Install at Absolute Cost B The first bath room for which I am given contract, provided same is made within the next month. If in need of other build- ing material see me. J PAUL WOODWARD, Contractor ll f j J A -- - Important To You! Dame Fashion Says "Perfect gowning demands the Stocking Beautiful." The "Slocking in tSmwm Beautiful" it Black Cat Hose See our (ilk and iitk liile hosiery todey, Next to your Headwear comes your Hosiery and Footwear, to make your appearance neat. Have you ever bought our BLACK CAT hose They are widely advertised and there is no better made for the price. We have them from us? , V in Children's, Misses', Ladies' and Gentlemen's. All shades, and price ranging: from 15c to $1.00 per pair. Our showing of Ladies', Men's and Children's Slippers can only be appreciated by seeing them. A call will be appreciated and will give you an opportunity of seeing the best line in Hartford. Remember TRADE MONEY. this, and also that IT PAYS THAT SAVES TO YOU WITH A HOUSE !fHartford J6b Republican. Mr. Tho Statement published in this Issue of tho Citizens Bank, of Hartford, shows this 'institution to be In a most satisfactory nnd prosperous condition. nish you "Daybreak Wo can"-furCorn and Tobacco Grower Fertilizer nt rensonnblc prices. ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky..', 40tf Just received" nnotherIargG shipFarming Tools Hoes, ment of RokcH, Spades, Shovels, .Pitchforks and many other things. ILER & BLACK. Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, Misses Mar-laHolbrook, Luetic Plrtle and Mr. Harold Holbrook will motor to where they will spend tho day shopping. Tho publication of""tho"Stntetnctit if the Mcllenry Deposit Bau:, in a intlicr column shows a subs'.uitljl nrowih for this llnnk, which Is unions; the younger Institutions of the County. The Angler "will pTiilnnchor tomorrow n bo nt noon and the following will spend tho week fishing on arasBcy: Messrs. Jno. T. Moore, W, S. Tlnsley, E. P. Moore, James Lyons, E. G. Bnrrass, C. M. Barnett and J ' It. Plrtle. The attendnnco of "all the Sunday Schools In Hnrtford last Sunday was Methodist 545, divided as follows. 253, Baptist 180, Christians 112. One year ago the attendance was 499.. Reports Indicate that the county al so showed up well. Mr. Sep Williams, of Bald Knob vicinity, who raised the first crop of cotton, In a large scale, ever attempted In Ohio county last year, is planting thirty acres this year. Mr. Williams was so well pleased with last years crop that he will make it a permanent crop on his farm. He has demonstrated that this crop can be profitably grown in this soil and climate. Georgo tyro, aged 55, died nt the homo of his brother, Mr. Pendleton Tyro, on !n street Tuesday morning between 5 and G o'clock. Funeral and burial took place at the Milton Taylor burying ground Wednesday afternoon at 3:30. George was well known In Hartford and Is a brother of Mr. Pendleton Tyro, the main Street merchant. Eld. Gwlnn of the m ro M-- Report of tlio Condition of the CITIZENS BANK DoliiK nt the town of Hart fold, County of Ohio, State of Kentucky, nt the close of liulncs on lodi day of April, 11)15. a jBR kv K il r.i. .UNDER S-ft- GARMENTS at UNDER PRICES RESOURCES. Loans nnd Discounts ....$00,018.22 Ovcrdrnsts, secured and 00 unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other 00 Securities Duo from Banks 0,910.07 Cash on hnnd 9,293.57 Checks and other cahli Items 597.00 Hanking House, Furniture 1,000.00 nnd Fixtures 00 Other Real Estate Other Assets not Included under any of above 125.00 heads $84,543.92 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid In, In $25,000.00 cash Surplus Fund 12,500.00 Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid 2,702.28 Deposits subject to check $30,721.57 Demand Certifi00 cates of Deposit Time Deposits $13,G20.07 00 Certified Checks Cashier's checks 00 44,341.64 outstanding .. Due Banks and Trust 00 Companies Notes and Bills Redis- 00 counted 00 Unpaid Dividends 00 Reserve for taxes 00 Bills Payable Other Liabilities not included under any of 00 above heads Total Total 1 WE MAKE OUR "UNDERPRICEJ" AND ON GET BUY- UNDERGARMENT-- BECAUSE PRICE. WE 5UY LOTS OF THEM THE "BIG QUALITY" ING LOW MAKEJ VS ABLE To .SELL LOW. COME AND BRING THE WHOLE FAM- ILY AND LET n FIT THEM OUT FROM Ho.5E.To COLLAR. GET ALL OF YOUR THINGS AT ONE ..$84,543.92 J. M. Brownd. Rosine, was FRIDAY, APRIL 30. here Monday. Read the ad of McAtee, Lydanne & Hay on page eight. - tr ;t :g to "4, Wire Cloth.any width from 24 to Lu, H. & 8T. U It. It. TIME TABLE. 40 inches, black and galvanized, at No. IIS due at EUmltch 9: 20 a. m. S. L. King's. Sunday. No. 114 due at Ellmltch 6: 15 p. m. Mrs. J.S. Glenn and daughter, From his beached house boat beNo. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3: 40 P Miss Lelia, spent the day in Owens-bor- o low the bridge Lewis Bozarth saw a Ar. Irvlngton . . 3 40 P Saturday. queer specimen of bird Sunday on the Lv. Irvlngton . . 5: 46 P Saturday Candy Specials 15c and river about two hundred yards below. Ar. Louisville . 7: 40 P 20c values, 10c the pound. He got an automatic pistol and after No. Ill Lv. Louisville .. 8 ;3G a. m CITV RESTAURANT. paddling to the middle of the river Ar. Irvlngton .10: OC a. m V McFce, ot. Cincinnati, in a boat fired, missing the bird only Mrs. A.-Irvlngton .10: 40 a. in Lv. The steel bullet glanc. l: 04 a. ni is the guest of her mother, Mrs. M. a fow inches. Ar. EUmltch ed from the water and passed McCormick, East Hartford. leg of Mr. Rufus Brad-shaDr. E. W. Ford Is the owner of a through the M., II. & E. R. R. TI.ME TAULK. who had been running his trot jiow Ford automobile, bought from 8outh Bound, No. 115 line and was at that time on a point, 8:45 a. m. the Barnes Automobile Company. Due at Hartford which mado him on a line with BoNorth Bound, No. Ill Just in, large lino Spalding Base zarth and the fowl. The bullet 0:15 p. m. Ball Goods Balls, Bats and all Due at Hartford passed through the fleshy part break(Both "Mixed Trains.) kinds of gloves. ing no bones. Bozarth says he lookILER & BLACK. ed down the river before he shot but Miss Bessie Gillespie has returned saw no one. After the shot, how, Wire cloth at S. L. King's. to Louisville whero sho will resume ever, he saw someone go up the bank Mr. L. Trnileywas"TnOwensboro her studies leading to trained nurs- but didn't know he was hurt. UpMonday. ing. on learning that his bulllt had bit When attending Court stop at Potatoes Early Rose and Early Bradshaw, Bozarth went to the home City Restaurant. Ohio $2.00 per bag while, they ot the latter, made arrangements Mr. George Trout, Beaver Dam, last, 2V& bushels in bag. for another man to work In his place was here Tuesday. ILER & BLACK. until recovery and promised to pay Ice. We are In tho Game to stay. all doctor bills. No hard feelings For Cabbage and Sweet Potato Bozarth 4214 Customers holding Ice tickets get resulted from tho accident. Slips, see Albert Rial, killed his bird with the second shot Preferred service. Mr. Nat Llndley, Point Pleasant, and It Is a very unique specimen. HOOVER BROS. was in town Wednesday. Everything in tho Chicken line. Ho has sent It to Owensboro to be Mr. Jno. T. Moore will arrive tomounted. Little Grit and Charcoal Chicken night from Elizubethtown. Feed and Drinking Fountains. ster, Court Notes. of Phlllpp, Mr. J. Ney-FoILER & BLACK. J. Watt Stevens vs. Sarah Q. MIbb., is in town for a few days. C. P. Turner will ship stock from Smith verdict of Jury giving plainDr. J. OTMcKlriney, of Taylor Hartford on Monday, May 3,. Will tiff the land sued for. Wednesday. Mines, was lu town pay market price for all kinds of Fronio Gross vs. Rete Clark, &c. For Sale A good work mule. live stock. by agreement was dismissed, each U. S. CARSON, Grocer. 37tt See Cooper & Co's ad in this Ibsuo. party to pay his own cost. Hon. J. H. Thomas and Mr. B. P. They are prepared to fill your orW. D. Hocker vs. J. D. Baugh-7-huPetty, Narrows, were in town yes- ders In auto hire on short notice and jury. Coal terday. 39tt T. C. Patton vs. Williams to any part of the country. Mrs. AlienTol Chicago, is the Get your" Fertilizer! Field Seeds Co. continued for defendant. Judgment for plaintiff's cost. guest of her daughter, Mrs. John B. and Farm Implements from. ' Win. H. Jones vs. L. H. & St. L. Wilson. D. L. D. SANDERFUR, R, It. Co. continued. Judgement Beaver Dam, Ky. .Mr. andMrs. Loney Hoover are 4013 cost. parents of a fine boy, born. Friday For lower prlceiT"on "Farm and for defendant's vs. I. C. R. R. Co. Warran Evans opening. Fencing and Barbed Wire, Poultry Judgment for plaintiff, $ 5,000. ACTON BROS., Mrs. JotaTTTr Moore, of Elizabeth-'tow- call on Com'th. vs. Helfrlech Lumber and Ky. guest of her mother 40tf Hartford, wbb the Manufacturing Company Heard and reets last week. of submitted to the Court. Lost. Pocketbook Dr. E. B, Pendleton and Mr. R. T. Hartford last Saturday, containing Mary Coleman &c, vs. A. P. Kel-le- y, Collins have returned home from paper money. Return to this office et al. judgment of $2,00 for 40tf plaintiff. for description and reward. Lexington. Ice, 10 per cent, discount on Ice Mr. HoylTaylorTof Elkton, Term., Com'th. vs. Bob Woodward, colorspent Saturduy and Sunday with tickets. Wo aro In tho business to ed, found guilty and sentenced to 2 stay. Ice delivered every day at the years and 10 days in penitentiary, friends here. C. P. Morris vs. C. I, Klrkley et Mr. John Barnes, Beaver Dam, rate of SOcts per hundred lb, rain al. on trial. spent several hours here Wednes- or shine. HOOVER BROS. Court will adjourn day afternoon. w ng n, on-stto-da- y. First Christian church conducted the funeral services. The revival meeting'at the Christian church, conducted by Eld. Wo. Ross Lloyd, still goes on with interest. Ten additions to date and many others greatly interested in the greatest of all questions, "what, shall I do to be saved." Meetings will continue through this week. We have set our mark for 600 In S. S. in Hartford, only missed by 50 Let us make a greater effort and reach, that number next -last-Sunda- - State of Kentucky) )Sct. County of Ohio ) We, Alvln Rowe and J. C. Riley, Vice President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ALVIN ROWE, V. Pres. J. C. RILEY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22nd day of April, 1915. Expires March My Commission 6th, 1916. JOHN T. RONE, Notary Public. Correct Attest: ERNEST WOODWARD, ALVIN ROWE, J. C. RILEY, Directors. TIME. THI S SAVES TROUBLE. GARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. We Are Now I Cherry Withdraws From Race. Prof. H. H. Cherry, of Bowling Green has resigned from the race for Democratic nomination for Governor. Among other reasons given for his action is the attempt to force the state-wid- e issue into the campaign. Mr. Cherry in his card of withdrawal thanks his friends for their support and makes it plain that he with draws in favor ot no other candidate. Many Ohio County Democrats will regret the withdrawal of Prof. Cherry as he has many friends here In the race and had he remained would have received a substantial vote in this locality. Seeds. Showing 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-BAUall-wo- ol M t 4f Suits for men. already begun your garden you'B It's seedtime now. If you haven't t find a fine variety of seeds here. The beauty about them Is that they are brand new stock and bound to give you the best results. Speaking of gardens, do you need any new im this store plements? Remember whenever you think of hardware. You have a big variety to select from, and the prices are Just as low as we can make them. ILER & BLACK. Clothing Hub Hartford, Ky. Co. THE PROBLEM t NEW JEWELRY TheHinge Door Silo Thi Site That Cffts SatkfactiM Has the auality construction that saves work and time. Doors can be kept closed all tne ume anoi prevent swage ireeziug winter, arying in sum' mer. The safe, easy all xllmhlnv ladder steel door frame and many more big features. Get our offer on a Lansing Silo or on the Silbcr-zah- n Silage Cutter. STORE Prices to suit the times. All kinds of repair work given proihpt and careful SMn- of successfully feeding horses differs somewhat from tho FEEDING OP CATTLE, 8HEEP, pigs or poultry. Horses aro fed to enable them to do the most work. Cattle are fed to produce milk or in crease weight. Sheep to Increase weight, and poultry for tho production of eggs. We handle feed adapted for every' purpose. Let us suggest tho kinds from which you will, get the best results. attention. In Ament's old stand, across street from Barnes Bros. Give me a call. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. R. Light Running R. W. KING, Expert Jeweler and. Optician, Mrftciffr v?u3j2; W. E. ELLIS HARTFORD, 4 BR0. KENTUCKY. 1HICHEMISIMYC0. OKCUkboro. Ky The Produce Merchants Beaver Dam, Ky. I i.- - i.. , i -.- wrti." 'srarrrawrc. sus jso. atesus. jg rrrregjeac!g.is-JX- - y "" vK A Card to Owners of Rural Telephone Lines We are anxious to see that all lines owned by other parties and connected with us are kept in such condition as to furnish efficient service. Where the owners of rural lines are responsible for their upkeep, with them. we want to All lines require a thorough overeauling occasionally if the best service is to be obtained. We recommend that every line connected with us be overhauled at least once a year, and that at least one experienced telephone man assist in this work. The cost of this work when divided among all the patrons of the line, makes the amount paid by each man small, and this cost will be more than offset by the improved service. If the owners of rural telephone lines in this section are experiencing trouble with their service, we will appreciate their talking the matter over with our Manager or writing us fully. We will gladly do what we can toward helping you improve the condition of your line. co-opera- te Will make the season of 1915 ot ASSOCIATED WITH M. U. HL'AVRIN lic Dr. Bean's stable, Hartford, Ky. This office ls equipped for handThe Powhatan offer, room Service fee $10.00 to Insure mare with detached bath at $1.50, ling Commercial Law and Collection $2.00 and up. Rooms with priwith foal. Not responsible for acvate bath, $2.30, $3.00 and up. Items ns well us other legal mid lltt- - , cidents". Robert Ruler Is three Write for booklet wilh m,p, CUMBERLAND gated matters. I'ractlco In all I lie years old, coal black, 15 hands CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. courts. Prompt and vigorous service. Manager. high, Is a beautiful high-bre- d horse & COMPANY M. I.. Henvrln's Office. O and a descendant of tho famous INCORPORATED Kentucky Ruler. Robert Ruler was HUIHrlHIH),,))''.,.' 'i.lMUB Socialism Simplified. IT. WAIlUhTIIATTO.V OTTOU.MAIITl.t. According to Webster's Interna- sired by Major Black, registered. BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. Croinnrll, Kt. Iliirtfi.nl. Kr. tional Dictionary, Socialism Is, "a First dam Kittle Ruler, registered. 1)K. I,. U. 11KA.V, STRATT0N & MARTIN theory or system of social reform buy direct from the producer and which contemplates a complete re Hartford, Ky. Tho most economical, cleansing and BittK A pa in Answers Tinslcy. Attornoys at Law germicidal ol all antiseptics is Dear reader what would you think sell direct to the consumer. No construction ot society, with a more CROMWELL, - KY. me If I should judge you by the vate concern could sell at a very big just and equitable distribution of Will practice Uiolr profession in this religious utterances of Bob Ingersoll profit if Uncle Sam should sell at wealth and labor. In popular usage I cost. and djolnlng counties. Collections, or Tom Jefferson? Wouldn't employed to indithe term is often Commercial and Criminal Practice a falsely judge many millions of Demany Now would be a good time for cate lawless , revolutionary Prompt and vlgorous-scrvicc- i ocrats and Republicans? A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Specialty. Uncle Sam to build a railroad not out schemes." Notary In office. Would I help anyone by so doing? in According to Johnson's universal but here In the Sunny be dissolved in water as needed. AND DF.FCNDED.,nJn,OI,jl PROCURED The Gentleman of Simmons quotes South. He could get enough labor cyclopedia, "Socialism Is a moral reI ie Hcirkv. how to ol lala JwU nts. truic As a medicinal antiseptic for douches wpyrikhta. tta, in im COUNTHIC3. I Mr. Tlchenor hut you can't judge from the ranks of the unemployed. in treating catarrh. Inflammation or form; it is the vices of mankind and EustKtis t'.rret v Ui II askingen mitt .n.l ulceration of nose, throat, and that 1,000,000 Socialists by his religious vwity axj j tn itteftiuni. The gentleman of Simmons bawls the miseries resulting from these ratint snd li!rmjemM Practice uclusively. caused by femlnlno Ills it has no equal. I belief more than you could 7,000,000 out like an angry calf about the So- vice, to which Socialism wishes to Li UltlctrccmoluL at 713 LixliUi Stmt, u E't Hunt 0Oc, I For ten years th Lydla E. Plnkham Republicans by that of Ingersoll. cialists confiscating the property of put an end, and it seeks its means Medicine Co. has recommenicd Pastlno WASHINGTON. D. C. He would have us believe that the capitalist class. Well, Brother, not in a new Religious issue, but In n4 THADCMARKB prom Ml r okulnad la their private correspondence with allcuuuuiM, or, no fr W. obuin PAT C NTS Mr. Debs Is an Infidel, that the daily wasn't Mr. Lincoln right when he said a new social organization." women, Mhlch proves Its superiority. press quoted him as not believing that, "labor creates all wealth?' upMuo. aan!p Too to raceMk W. J. Ghent's condensed definiWomen who have been cured say SandnxnlrUistovrakMcb for rRCC report I It Is "worth its weight in gold." At in inspiration. This is the thought If so the capitalist class has confis- tion is, "Socialism means collective on rWnubl!itr. : rnnf. prattk. 8UR. druggists. COc. large box, or by mall. they say he sprung before an au- cated Its fortunes from the working ownership ot things collectively used, PAflsiNa.fizrcncNccs. rTfrwouu.i ihwi on iTpmabieiwwta wrtu to The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. dience of laboring men in Louisville. class. Brother how could we confis- and private ownership of things pri03OB.3dvatH Stre TVny didn't you tell us In which pap- cate the means of life for the peo- vately used." WASHINGTON. O. O. er that was found. Can't the dally ple, when In reality they belong to At present we have collective owpress tell as big a He as you or I? s. the working class of people? It the nership of public roads, Ohio County Brother do you believe in the sep- thief steals your horse an officer of school houses and church buildings, Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhoad. aration of church and State, it so the law will run him down, take the etc. We wish to extend this system Judge; Ben D. IMngo, Attorney; W. why are you trying to mix politics horse and bring it back to you. That to all things collectively used. Under P. Mldklff. Jailer; E. (1. Barrass, and religion in the same kettle? would be restitution. In some cases the head of private ownership comes Clerk; E. E.- - BIrkhcad, Master ComSucceed when everything else fails. When the Abolitionist begun the we might have to resort to restitu the little farm, stock and tools to missioner; It. T. Collins. Trustee In nervous prostration and female Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, Hfitatlon for the Black mans freedom tlon for the good of all. This would farm with, household goods, etc. If weaknesses they are the supreme Deputies S. A. Bmtcher; Hartford. your kind of priest and preacher 'be another way to acquire the means private ownership of things collecThe . National Weekly remedy, as thousands have testified. office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown arid Mid that It was against religion, or life, but in order to avoid serious tively used promotes Christianity FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND Ollmore Keown. Court convenes first Borne of the churches split and are disputes between capital and labor why not sell our churchs to IndividMonday in February and continues STOMACH TROUBLE three weeks; third Monday In April, Hot yet united, that was a great blow most of us are In favor of taking uals and pay exorbitant rentals for I it is the best medicine ever sold , two weeks; third Monday In October, to the real religion of man, for it them over carefully by purchase use of them? If collective ownership vi.ggui. wuu. Until this year two weeks. CtUUr't hs lxn created a predjudlce that exists to and government competition. of churches does not destroy religion, County Court John B. Wilson, told at S5. 30. Now his very day. Judge; W. C. Blankcnshlp. Clerk: gay we cannot do these things why should collective ownership of You the rice is $2.50' C. E. Smith, Attorney. Hartford. Uow Brother Tin you and your but we say that lt tne Government the Industries, discourage religion? andneliae5ecurrd Court convenes first Monday in each a conccsion cult are doing more to harm religion' can sell stampg at cost then It can For Instance would the people of hr rc-YOU month. we can orfer It than Mr. Tlchenor or any other So- - 8elI grocerles at cost, if It can build San Francisco become Infidels If Quarterly Court Begins on the at a Mill further cialist writer. You tell us that our and own a post offlce lt can buUd they could get their mall carried first Monday In every month. reduction in conCourt or Calms Convenes first pontics are against religion, by so and operate a nection with this. store. If from New York for ?100. per ton? Tuesday In January and first Tuespublication.doing you will drive some of us away the people through their Govern-frp, At present they are paying $2C5.53 day in October. . t ., christanlty. per ton. Whose religion would be Other County Officers C. S. Mox-loSpecial Offer to Our Readers; Treatment Surveyor, Fortlsvllle, I fear that you are going to in own railroads, If they can own court- affected by riding over a collectively Ky., It. Ketosmunc the crrat demand for Collitt't at F. D. No. 2; Tom Hincs, Assessor. for WEAK volve the church in this great strug- houses they can own packing houses. owned railroad, at 1 c per mile or the new price, wc have made arraneetncnli lo "Ti Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shulte, SuperinEKHlMilllKllMr oiler it and our own publication each one star gle between labor and capital. less? (or the price ol Colirr't alone, 'IhU It a limited If the Government can buy a LUNGS or tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Klley, offer andmuttbctakcnadiantaccofprompily. Our best preacher would not blasCoroner. Hartford; T. H. Benton. Does anyone believe it Is easy to battleship it can buy a CONSUMPTION Road Engineer, Hartford. pheme any political party by the tobacco factory and buy the convince a man, who has to work What You Get jn Collier's. JUSTICES' COURTS. Hayings of any of Its leaders. If you mention this paper we will send you farmers tobacco at an equitable price from ten to sixteen hours per day to Shown, Ce.'iVr'i l the one Mb, independent, fearltta you blaspheme then sell it to the consumer at the provide bread and molasses for his a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for er Ed. Monday Hartford, Tuesday aftBrother the more weekly of the whole country. Not only n It the 3d In March, Tuesday aft-a- r feeling, coughs, that tired, cond ciliten't handbook hut il t alo a, less will bo your chances for walking former's price plus the cost of man- family, Is lt easy to convince him or in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, pains 3d Monday In June, Tuesday aft-i- r magazine lor the l.ole (jmllj. Anion it the weak 3d Monday In September, Tuestlunga that a car' subscription Gives arc the streets of the Golden City. and distribution. his family that there ls a just God? lungs or consumption. ufacture day after 3d Monday in December. Shame on you! You should hit 1000 Editorials 10CK BOX SIS If the Government can give a man If we thought so we would advo- OHIO MEDICAL CO. L. A. McDaniel, Rockport, Friday 600 News Photo COLUMBUS. 0. Billy Sunday's trail to the alter and 2SO Short Articles after 3d Monday in .March, Friday the sword and send him on the mis- cate standpatism instead of Socialism ISO Short Slorle. there kneel down on your ma Moniday In June. Frldav after 3d sion of destruction, why can't it give On the other hand If a man is moro 100 Illuitrated Foaturn and ask God to give you the aiier ju Aionuay in Sontcmber. 2 Complets Norel. apt to accept Christ by being able to him a hoe and send him on the misFriday after 3d Monday In De old time religion. It would make sion of production? read Intelligently, and having ac TheTliriGB-a-WeB- k Collier's $2.50 ) Belt far crJj Edition cember. you love the Socialist. It would cess to food that is necessary to keep S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday I You say we would give the farm Hartford Republican make you apologize to the good 3d Monday In March,, Wedthe body healthy, and the mind active Of The New York World after uu a aa nanu "criuiniy u u.u nesday after 3d Monday In June, readers of this paper for what you don't you think Socialism would help Wednesday after 3d Moifday In Sephave written about the Socialists. Js a man on earth who deserve that millions of people to get nearer to tember, Wednesday after 3d MonYou had better clean your own house u ls the n,an wl' works tne ,and' we have failed to Now, thut day in December. Brother farmer the land question God? anything so awfully bad about Practically a Dally at The Price of a before you condemn our house-keeIt. C. Tlchenor. Centertown, SatIs a great one at the present moment find , Weekly. No othcr Newspaper urday after 3rd Monday in each jngi "Socialism," lets tackle that awful month. I used to shanty with you and The "Peculators have gobbled up the word "Confiscate." in the World Gives so Much Wioaon Smith, Seloct, Tuesday Tommy Marshal. We slept in the othcr utilities and now they are turn- at M) Low a Price. Webster says lt means to "forfeit" aouars to me icai after 2d Monday In March,"" Tuesday aiaan name political bed, but the old thing " meir wmwmj' - j jt- - w. with or without this can be after in May, Tuesday got so lousy that I could no longer fiirmer for hlo land They will mo recompense. done after Jd Monday in August. Tues MCALL rATTUNS I believe a majority ot The year 1914 has been the most day after 2d Monday in November. Celebrated lor style, perfect fit. itroplfcltr an endure it. No, not the Crowder nopoltze the land In the same way the Socialists would vote to pay for years. Sold in nearly reiUDiiitj nearly w, a. Dean, WedDundee, kind but the human kind. This kind that they did other public utilities. sni for the Industries, and all non So- extraordinary in the history ot mod- nesday after tho second Monday In K V"y.tilJor "by town '" ",e United States thai. The big farm will absorb the lltt 3 Canada, mall direct. More (old f any other make. Send for fret caUloruct doesn't suck llko the other kind. cialists believe the Industries should ern times. It has witnessed the out- March Wednesday after ad Monday one. They take from the producing class ho paid for, so there is very little break of the great European war, In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday McCALLS MAGAZINE subscribers than any othet fathto The ouly remedy Is the real life of man. By controlling narazlns million a month. Intalua'ile. Lab doubt about the outcome ot a gener- a struggle bo titanic that It makes In August, Wednesday after 2d Mon-la- y In November. est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, nnd owning the means of life they farming. We would greatly enlarge of taking over plain scwlnr, fancy needlework, fialrdresslng! lien F. Rice, Fondsvlllo. Tuesday our experimental farms, use the most al vote on the method all 'Others look small. control the conditions of life. etiquette, good stories, etc. Only N cents the Industries. We realize that many after 2d Monday In March. Thurs jear (worth double), Including a free pattern. We Socialists believe that the peo- scientific machinery and the very You live In momentous times, and day after 2d Monday In May, ThursSubicrnt today, or send for saiuule copy. mills, etc. bave to enrich the land. of the It. R., and ple collectively should own and con best fertilizers 2d INBUCEMENTS already been paid for a number of you vbonld not miss any ot the tre- day after after Monday In August, WANBUFUI.Postal brings premium catalogue lo Agents. Thursday i Here 2d Monday in Nois where the farm hand would trol the means of life. and new cash prise offers. Address I We also know that, by pay- mendous vents that are occurring. vember. times. The mines, mills, railroads, the Bet about 6.00 a day, This would ing for them once more and InvestBea W. Taylor. Ralph. Friday aft HI steCAU CtV. M I Ml W. K St. MM Itlft No 'ether newspaper will inform you and other public utilities are be the only way to break landlord-tb- e land er 2d Monday In March, Friday after money in the Government lism. No, Mr. farmer we don't care ing tho with the promptness and cheapness 2d 'Monday in May, Friday after 3d means of life. they will never have to bo paid You ask how they would get In 'if you own the land you use but we that edition of the MonoayJn August, Friday after 2d (he quick- of 'the 'Thrlce-a-Wee- k for again and consider this Monday in. November. possession of those things. Well, we don't think that you should own the anb CURE THE LUNC8 est easiest and best way out of a bad New York World. Moreover, a yedr's HARTFORD POLICE COURT. would first have to get control of land purposely to exploit some other subscription to It will take you far O. C. Martln.Jydgo; McDowell A. predicament. the Federal and State Governments, man. Into our next Presidential campaign. Fogle. City Attorriey: J. P. Stevens. Correction. Marshal; Court WITH By having control of the mints we I You say this Is a land of the free The Thrlce-A-Wee- k World's .regu- day in each convenes scconld MonLepanto, Ark., March 29, 19T5 month. could coin money and pay it direct and the home of the brave. Yes it lar subscription price is only SI. 00 City Council J. C. Her. Major: R. to the workers for service rendered. Is a land of free soup, but let us Mr. G. T. Tlnsley, per year, and this pays for 156 pa- T. ColllnB, Clerk; J. E. Bean, TreasSimmons, Ky. In this way we could muke Uncle see if It Is the home of the brave. pers. We offer this unequaled news- urer. Members of Council J. C. Beji-net- t, Dear Sir: Please Investigate So According to Vol.11, .P xcvll of the Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate, Bam in business not for the Interebt pnicB FOR W, H. Gillespie, W. H, Barnes. C. M. assert paper and of a private few but for the welfare twelfth U. S. Census, 1900, There cialism,, thoroughly, then OLDS THE H.VRTFORD "REPUIIUCAN ti 111 Cotk-- Ft Crowe. apologllng to the AND ALL THROAT AND UJNQ TflOUDLES. of all. In the course of a few years were 4,73f,941 free homes, 2,180, your manhood by Hartford Board Education J. H. together for one year for $1.05. readers of the "Hartford Republl-ciU. S. would crowd the others out of 229 mortaged, S,24C,747 rented, B. Carson, Ch'm'n.; C. M. Harnett. QUAIiANTHED BATZSrAOl'Ott'X ' subscription price of Sec; E. W. Ford, Treus.; R.'T. ColThe regular Yours for tho uplift of hum'nri Two thirds of America's families business because we would use the v.i I'Lvutzx atituiJOEU. lins, J. D. Duke. the two papers ls $2.00. FRED T. GREE.NWAY. most scientific methods, lie would living In houses that are not their ity TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH own, yet you say this Is the home of the nrnvo. Read the preamble of the constitution mul then look about to see If justice rules In the land. I It Is conditions that cause these present system of robbery, you will g have as well ns .nlght-rldlng instead of pas- .sum hunting. We will have what Sherman said war wns Instead o Every strike Is a proof of anarchy. what is coming. The world Is fixing to substitute and Socialism, for competition and Industrialism. Wo Soclnllsts would bring nbout this transformation with the ballot, but the hirelings of capital will go on .and not grant labors demand, then some day somewhere the volcano will burst forth with destruction and death to the Innocent and guilty alike. The thinking man can dla--1 tlnctly hear Its rumblings. Brother working man don't let the deceive you any longer, but get our platform and see for your self what we stand for. I would like to discuss with any local the subject that the principals of the Socialist party would greatly benefit the producing class. Brother the best way to meet an evil Is to meet lt face to face. Suppose we shake hands and have an old fashioned debate at Simmons or McIIenry. R. A. Davis. I , day-rldlng, man-huntinI I st nnti-Soclall- st "He-solv- For Bedding Plants Wedding Decorations, HOTEL Fx'ofessloxi.eil Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. i Funeral Designs, Etc., sec POWHATAN WASHINGTON, r " TAP5G0TT, FLORIST D.C. IlL Of AMERICAN In l Masonic Tomplo OWENSBORO, KY. lllKli-Hie- d Will practice his pruiIrn to UtU and adjoining counties. Cotrunrrslex) Specialty. and Criminal Practice IDEALS Trotting Stnlllon. first In the heirti of III countrymen. Int. city where food hotsls bound, the Powhatan hcidi the Barnes & It it . Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith k.H T Wi i1 J j. 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It rcgulatos tho Stomach and BowcLj, i!r,ni!!l!!;8 tn. Fom, Plv,nf I'i'althy and natural Bleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is C ASTORIA GENUINE CASTOR I A FBears the Signature ALWAYS v 2L&tfffl&&i The Kind You Have Always Bought thc ctwraun oompaht. In Use For Over tt ssumur itwict. ncw rowt cm. 30 Years Starck Pianos laAdrano Satiafao tioa Goar LovrratNet No Money aleed Fa et orjr Prloea iOaaaaaaaaaaSaaalU E a it i eat Terroa Saving of flflO to A P, A. STARCK .HCtiDCNT From Fae lory Direct IN Y4)UR 200 Cundiff on Boclallsm. Geo. T. Tln-slcEditors Republican: "Old Socialist writer," No, beg pardon, "Old Writer on Socialism," and also author of "Strictures on Socialism," Is a mlscrablo failure. He has not written a word or a lino on Socialism. Neither can ho. He doesn't understand Socialism Ho has not the faintest conception of tho principles, program and philosophy of scientific Socialism. Socialism Is a matter of economics. It Is tho political economy of thc working class. Hence In all things It Ignores religion, reform nnd bases Itself on tho class struggle in Its revolutionary propaganda for tho overthrow of capitalism and tho emancipation of the working class from Industrial slavery and economic dependent on thc master and ruling class. No! Socialism Isn't against religion, but your individualistic, capitalistic and competitive religion is "agin" us; God, Justice and humanity. No! Socialists aro not fighting persons, parties, races, religions, colors or creeds. Dut they aro fighting capitalism, and incidentally Illiteracy like that of Geo. T. Tinsley's. No! the Socialist party isn't "all of a whatners." It has rqMglous people, profane people, workers, cap italists and Infidels In it. So does the Republican party. So does the Democratic party. Dut, bless the Lord, the Socialist party has no fools In It. Mr. Tlnsley mentions wages. Well under Socialism, the competitive wage will bo abolished. Tho competitive wago will be abolished. The commonwealth will produce for use, instead of for profit. He also talks about confiscation. Well, I say .the capitalist class has confiscated the nronertv of the work ing class. Would it be Immoral for tho workers to confiscate It back again to themselves. Lawfully, all property belongs to the capitalists (who didn't produce It.) Rightful ly, an property ueiongs to me wortc-er- s (who produced it.) Slavery is the sum of all vlllanles. Was the Southern slave holder paid Capitalism is a for his negroes? crime against God and humanity. Must the capitalist be paid for this. Under capitalism rent, Interest and profit are moral. Yet, they are only methods of getting something for nothing. Would It be Immoral to stop people getting something for y, Inspiration attached to tho season which kindles hope in all hearts, but causes us, In tho temporary buoyancy of the balmy days, to forget tho serious. It Is the season when millions of Insects will soon bo abroad In tho Innd. Just as soon as tho sun warms the earth these hidden creatures of tho nir and earth will creep from their winter hiding places and humanity will be worried with them until tho frosts of October put an end to their careers. These hordes of Insects that are already beginning to appear with the advance of spring come from many sources. If we could take a record of those so ensconded, make a rough cstlmato of the relative number In n given area as the lawn, the garden and the grove, we would bo greatly surprised. Thousands of crawling things, winged and wingless, appear Immediately after frost leaves tho ground and thc warmth of the new season Is felt. The earth will soon be teeming with these small Insect pests. Among the first to make their appearance are files and worms. The fly is the most dreaded"" and most dangerous of all the summer insects and files havo already made their appearance, so the swatting season has been duly Inaugurated and the time of the fly crusade must not be neglected. They multiply with miraculous rapidity. Every fly killed means that millions of other flies not yet In existence, will be also ex- COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Aael For Tkree Somen Mn. ceat Wat UaaUe te Attest, to Via- - believe I would have died If I hadsVf taken it. After I began taking Cardui, I wai greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so tnuct stronger in three months, I felt like a other person altogether." Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonlt effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased slrength, improves the appetite, tones up the ner vous system, and helps to make pals, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a mlllios weak women, during the past 50 years, It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. Writ to: Chsttanooza MeJIclna Co., Lsd!i' Vltnrv IVn- t- fh.lf.nnn. T.nH L........f I ttmctxmit on your caw and book, Traatawnt (or Woman," MM la otaln wraoixc. J-- J kj of Her Heuewerk. Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, ''and the third and last time, was my worst. 1 had dreadful nervou3 headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains In my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and He down, until it wore off. I wa3 certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly A. w&w&&Hxc&jxrap;!7!. mm w88SSswiati terminated . rs The cut worms, which are cater-pillaof dull gray and brown moths with forewlngs often delicately marked, come next. They hide in crannies of earth and under stones and logs, emerging to feed at night on whatever growing succulent vegetation substance can be easily reached. Following these, sometimes earlier, the beetle family begins activity, the wasp and yellow Jacket and all of the rest of the insect world. It Is at such a time that the farmer should appreciate the friendship of the birds for they are the insects' natural enemy. Only one of this fast breeding family of Insects is welcome, and that Is the honey bee. These busy little Insects began work weeks ago. Floral wagons on the streets of the city were visited before Easter by these active hunters of honey. The other pests should be destroyed and the work ot destruction should begin at once. Memphis Appeal. I 'SBsWK!asa v full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, will make TfieYOUTiTS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone in the Home. 1 here is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION Throe Current lt us sand youthis Coupon withIssues FREE, inclose your request. mmmmmm OWN HOME Wo will utilp you a beautiful Starck Piano for 39 days' freo trial. In your homo. No cash pament required. ATI wc ask Is that you will l'lay upon, use nnd test till ilano for 30 days. If, at the end or that time, you do not find It the hlKhrxt Krade. sweetest toned nnd finest pinna la every' way, that you have ever Keen ful the money, you are at perfect llber'y to send It back, and we will. In that ccnt, pay the freight both ways. ThU Starck Piano must make good with you, or there Is no fcate. illrnt to you from our factory, it prices that iate )ou upward of f 150 CO In the eusrantre to furnlJi cot of your piano. )ou a Utter piano for the money than )on can You are aivirrd of recnlnff aceiirr rliewhrrt. We 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL $150.00 r Mm nothing? produces al wealth; all Labor wealth belongs to the producers thereof. Capitalism, then, being a system of getting something for nothing (from the workers), what's wrong In Socialism stopping people from getting something for nothing? My dear Mr. Tlnsley, fret not your honest soul about Christianity. There is no Christianity in the world. There has been none since the third century after the crucifixion. Constantino destroyed It v. Well, you are Infidels. Christ was a labor agitator, a communist and a revolutionist. He, his apostles and disciples held all things common. Why, you fellows don't live up to his "Golden Rule." You take your rent, Interest and profit something for nothing! Christ would disown you. He never indorsed rent, interest and profit. Brother Tlnsley and you are my human brother were I to ask you If you believe In tho Bible, you would say, "Yes."BuC you do not. You believe In the capitalist system of rent, Interest and profit. Jesus did not. You believe In private ownership ot the land, and in usury. The Bible doesn't teach that. In Leviticus we are told not to sell the land, nor to take usury. Now, sir, you accuse Socialists ot free lovo. Socialists do not believe in tho free love, or promiscuous Intercourse of capitalism. Socialists do not sanction the prostitution of the woman's body for the sake of a homo and economic dependence, or In tho sale of a woman's body for a living. But the capitalism you believe in causes this kind ot prostitution. Tho free love of Socialism Is the love springing from Industrial freedom and economic Independence. Yours for a divine Civilization and a Pure Religion, WM. H. CUNDIFF. ts Sm lilp Easy Paymtntt Ton pay no cull down, but after 30 diya of trial, you can begin payment on the lowest, rasint tenni ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your romenlence, and It Is possible for you to buy a piano for your home, without . mlttlra the money. Those who subscribe now. sending $2 Your Child's Cough is a Call For for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More .good reading than you will v nelp for 1915. will receire The Companion get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. Don't put off treating your Child's magazines. , Cough. 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Call me on Hartford Mill Co., phone, or address me at Hartford, K y. Whooping Cough. Well everyone knows the effect ot Pine Forest on Coughs. Dr. Bell's is a remedy which brings quick relief tor Whooping Cough, loosens the mucous, soothes the lining of the throat and lungs and makes the coughing spells less severe. A family with growing children should not be without It. Keep it handy for all Coughs and Colds. 2 25c. at your Druggist. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey '. ', Good for a Cough or Cold. When you have a cold you want the best medicine obtainable so as to get rid ot It with the least possible, delay.. There are many who consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed.. Mrs. J. Boroff, Ellda, Ohio, snys, Ever since my daughter Rath wtscured ot a severe cold and cough &y Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two years ago, I have felt kind" ly disposed toward the manufacturOut ot Doors In SprUg. Spring will not linger with us ers ot that preparation. I know of long. It will be merged quickly into nothing so quick to relieve a cough summer. The air Is filled with grow- or cure a cold." For sale by all m ing things and new life, There Is an dealers. Nothing So WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase the HEW IIOMK you will have a life asset at the price you pay, aud will not have an endless chain of repaint. aTrmTtutlVT-- t' T Mir latest caUlcsju before you purchase. H New Heme Swmg 'Mm to, OrangB, Ha Lu Allies' ltrk a goo4 Antl.ralo Fill, remeOff V ' 'J . . y BON. BEN D. RINOO ANNOUNCES FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY c es a Democrat Who Has Stood by His Party in Every Battle His Public Service is Known to Every Voter in the District. To the Democrats of tho Sixth Ju- ono of armed from the beginning ahd watchful neutrality." There Is much talk of negotiations looking to an Austro-Italla- n agreement, but so far as It is known no tangtbto results have been reached. The Socialists favor neutrality, and It Is reported that one faction of the Socialto bring about a ists is planning gencrat strike should mobilization of the army be ordered. t Sale of House Furnishings : To will and commonwealth's attorney subject lo the action of the Democratic vot-.- ! of this judicial district,- at tho primary election to bo held on Aug-nst dicial District: J am a candidate for the office of 7, next. In asking for your support I do .so with tho full knowledge that as Democrats jROOds citizens and good you will select for this Important office the man whom your sound judgement shall Indicate will most probaWy conduct the affairs of the .office fairly and Justly and In harmony with the spirit of the times in which we live. As Democratic voters I assume rthat jou will choose for this position a Democrat who has stood by Xhe party In the past who has believed in Its principles and supported its nominees. I have given the 'heat jears of my life to faithful and unswerving allegiance to the principles of the Democratic party. I ftawo at no time found myself too wise or too good to be governed by the wisdom and Judgement of Its I have not founders and defenders. attacked either from Inside the party or from outside It the men and measures chosen and announced fcry regular Democratic authority. The character of public cervice I Jiave rendered as your servant in hie department of your govern ment te known to you all. My record n the office Is an open book; and I feel that I can truthfully say that I nave not at any time sought the -- of any man at the expenso of I conceived to be my official While I have had to deal the misguided and unfortunate every wnlk of life, I have not conscious of favoring in any particular either the rich or the poor, the weak or powerful, but in the spirit of tho mother commonwealth whom I serve I have tried to treat each individual with absolute fairness and to aid as far as posd sible in dealing out to each one Justice. How far I have succeeded the people of my district know. As an officer of a great court having the power of life and death in its hands I have always been mindful that the office I hold Is a great public trust. If through your kindness to me or what you conceive to be your duty to yourself and the commonwealth, I shall be chosen as your candidate at the comI ing August primary election shall, as I always have done, contribute whatever of energy and personal Influence I have toward securing the success of our party and its nominees In the general favor what duty. with from been even-hande- Turkey. Tho British battleship Triumph entered the Straits of the Dardanelles and opened fire on the Turkish trenches of the Galllpoli Peninsula, and came under fire of u Turkish battery on the Asiatic shore. Three shells struck the ship, doing little damage. Tuesday. The news that tho allied fleet and army had commenced an attack on the Dardanelles arouses only passing attention In Europe in the face of the stnkes thut are In the battle being fought around Ypres. This battlo is described in the official reports as continuing with unabated fury, with tho Allies claiming to have regained much of the ground lost when they wero pushed back last week. Holland reports the cannonading Is growing heavier, that German are more numerous as likewise are trains returning more heavily laden with wounded. The British report says the battle is unchanged, and that the British troops east of Ypres have borne the brunt of the repeated Ger man attacks. Needed Articles Make Home Comfortable Greatly Under priced. Every housckecpor naturally wnnts their money to go as far as It especially nt this season of tho year "Spring Cleaning Time" when so mnny things seem to show tho wear and tear of winter. This sale of homo necessities means much to careful shoppers. Space will only allow a mention of a few lines. A visit to this storo now Is worth a trip to Owensboro. France. Spring Sale of Carpets and Rugs By Otrcnshoro'i Room-siz- e Vudor PORCH SHADES Equipped With a Device. Live Out on Your Porch, enjoy overy part of the home by making it cozy and comfortable. Vudor Porch Shades add another room to your house. Vudors make the sunniest porch tho most comfortable place, night or day. AH Sizes Moderately IMccd. Vudor 4 ft. Shades $2.2-Vudor 6 ft. Shades $3.25 Vudor 8 ft. Shades $4.23 Vudor 10 ft. Shades $3,30 No-Wh- ip Store of Standard Merchandise. New Carpeting. Cottage Carpets, yd 2S)ic 50c Ingrains, yd 10c 55c Ingrains, yd 45c 74c Ingrains, yd flOc 79c Ingrains, yd 74c 75c Tapestry, yd 05c 90c Tapestry, yd 75c $1.00 Tapestry, yd 85c 11.10 Wilton Volvct. yd 05c $1.20 Wilton Velvet, yd. ..91.05 $1.35 Axmlnstcrs, yd 1.20 Fonrth Floor. Riirs. Tapestry 9x12 ft. Rugs . .y 0.50 Tapestry 9x12 ft. Rugs . . 12.50 Tapestry 9x12 ft. Rugs . . 14.85 Axmtnstcr 9x12 ft. Rugs. 10.50 Axmlnster 9x12 ft. Rugs. 18.50 t Body Brussels 9x12 ft... 25.00 s ap Russia. The party and my country owe me parently have won a big victory Jn nothing; I owe them everything. In vicinity of Uzsok Pass in the Carthis spirit I am asking for the the pathians, capturing additional votes of my neighbors and fellow heights and many prisoners, accordparty-mesuccesful I shall reIf ing to Vienna claims. The Germans pay your confidence In the best way regard the battle as' one of the greatI know by local and faithful serv- est ever fought in the mountains, Ice to your Interests and to the taking positions impreg- My Austro-German- Extraordinary Size Rugs. Tapestry ft. ...$15.00 Tapestry ft. 10.50 11-3x11-3x- ... .. Axmlnster ft. Fourth Floor. 11-3x- 25.00 Fourth Floor. PORCH RUGS Crex and Ogontz Quality. Showing a beautiful range of cplors and sizes. New Greens, Browns. Reds and Blues, ranging in price all the way from 50c to $4.08 WE PAY YOUR FARE TO OWENSBORO. This Is a splendid arrangement that will enable our Hartford patrons to enjoy a day's shopping with us. Let us explain this refund system to you. n. public welfare. ant, Your obedient serv-BED. RINGO. considered Our Splendid Furniture Section Interesting in Every Detail. This splendid department deserves your patronage particularly on account of tho wonderful range of Interesting prices constantly on display, and the moderate prices attached. Third Floor. Featuring Porch Furniture. Comfortable Rockers at '. $2.50 to $6.50 Splendid Porch Swings, at $3.05 Porch Settee Rockers, at .$3.50 Porch Settees, at $3.25 nable. ANNOUNCEMENTS. W are authorized to announce ; L. MOORE, of Crittenden county, a candidate for the Republican nomination for State Treasurer, "General Primary election August 7, 1915. MON.-R- We are authorized JOHN H. THOMAS, of a candidate for State Senatorial District, Ohio, Muhlenberg and ilics. General primary .7. 1915. to announce Ohio County, Senator, 7th composed of Butler coun-'- f election Aug. "We are authorized to announce HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Sena-to- r In the 7th Senatorial District comprised of the counties of Ohio, Butler and Muhlenberg. Republican .primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. "We are authorized to announce WILLIAM D. MORRIS, of East Hart-Cor- d precinct, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative of Ohio county. General primary election Aug. 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs Turkey. Attacks by land, sea and Court Clerk of Ohio County, General air have been resumed in the Dardanelles, a large army having been primary election August 7, 1915. landed on Galllpoli peninsula under We are authorized to announce cover of allied warships. WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate Japan. Apprehension in London for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. as to the scope of the Japanese policy In China has been relieved by a General Primary August 7, 1915. detailed explanation of demands on , We are authorizet to announce China given Great Britain. CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss preWednesday. cinct, a candidate for the Republican The Dardanelles. Land operations nomination for Circuit Court Clerk Ohio County. General Primary have been begun by the allied troops in connection with the naval attacks Saturday, August 7, 1915. upon the Dardanelles, and several determined attacks have been made We are authorized to announce on the Galllpoli Peninsula. The ofANDREW THORPE.of McHenry a ficial statements as to the success candidate for the Republican nomina- are absolutely contradictory. The tion for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio Paris statement says that Kum Kaieh County. General Primary election was captured by the French troops. August 7, 1915. The Constantinople account gives a report of four attacks all of which We are authorized to announce S. are said to have been repulsed. The P. McKINNEY, of Beaver Dam, as English statement says the "advance a candidate for the nomination for is continuing." Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Democrats of Ohio England. The time of Parliament county, at the General Primary elec- yesterday was mainly occupied with tion, August 7, 1915. discussion of the treatment accorded English prisoners in the German detention camps. Severe condemnation the LATEST WAR NEWS voicedofby methods employed was all the speakers. Monday. : I McATEE, LYDDANE & RAY. Owensboro,Ky. ! . engagement ovenlng near Trlslcr Ky.. at three ed with the general around Ypres and the Yser Canal, p. m. Rev. H. W. Mortou which lasted five days. There has been marked activity on the part of Charlio Davlsson and wife spent the air men for several days past. Thursday night with the latters parA squadron of allied, aviators has ents Mr. and Mrs. R. Moxley. made a raid on Friedrlchshaven, and Miss Inez Carter dined with Mrs. one of them dropped six bombs on Charlie Davlsson Saturday. the Zeppelin hangers. Mr. T. E. Butler Is very ill at this writing. Dardanelles. Berlin reports that A Sunday School was organized the left wing of the Allies' landing at this place Sunday. Everybody is force on the Galllpoli penninsula has surrendered to the Turkish force. The British official report makes no mention of surrender, but says their offici-catln- g. cordially invited to attend. Rev. H. W. Morton superentendant Rev. Wllbert E. Hall, of th Fords-vlll- o Times was the guest Friday and Saturday of his mother, Mrs. Hall, at Trlsler. Miss Pearle Vandincr visited Viola Galther Sunday. Miss A Dr. W. C. Hedden, who has been very ill Is improving. Mr. W. H. Obenchain Is no better at this time. troops have now established selves on tho peninsula. them- an nomination for Representative of Ohio county, Primary election Aug. 7, 1915. Sat-.urda- y, ciact, a candidate tor the Republic- France. Although spring has failed to bring the "big effort" of the Allies against the Gerlong-expect- man line in France and Belgium, it has furnished three of the most desperate engagements of the war. Tho first was at Nueve Chapelle, where, In three days' fighting, the combined losses numbered 30,000 or more, with victory resting on the British 'We are authorized to announce arms. The second occured in the JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, Southeast of Ypres, where the Brit.as a candidate for the nomination ish captured the important stragetic for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Di- point known as Hill No. 60. Then, strict, subject to the action of tho bringing up heavy Democratic party at the State Pri- the Germans began an attack around mary the first Saturday In August, Ypres, which Is described as one of 391C. the fiercest of the war. This movement was partly the nature of a surWe are authorized to announce prise and resulted In pushing back LAWRENCE P. TANNER, of Oweus-hor- the allied lines for a considerable Ky., a candidate for tho nomi- distance, estimated In some quarters nation for Commonwealth Attorney as several miles. of the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action .of the Democratic Russia. The Carpathian situation party at the State Primary tho first remains with no notable change, the Saturday In August, 1915. only operations reported being of an isolated nature. Poland, for the "Wc are authorized to announce time being, has almost ceased to BEN D. RINGO, of Owensboro, Ky., play a part in the activities of the a candidate for the nomination for campaign. 'Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth , Judjoial District, subject to the action Germany. newspapers German .of the Democratic party at the State still Insist that the German fleet has "Primary the first Saturday in Au- been cruising in the North Sea. Acgust, 1915. cording to these published reports, tho Geman fleet has been "vainly We are authorized to announce seeking the British fleet." The Ger kOTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for man commander of a steamer which vCbe Republican nomination for Clr-ou- tt Is said to have met the, German fleet Court Clerk at the general a week ago off Heligoland declares election Aug. 7, 1915. that the Germans have only one desire to engage the British. We are authorized to announce Cttili P. KEOWN a candidate for the Italy. The position of Italy with gVjgf afelican nomination for Circuit respect to the war remains as it has We are authorized to announce Tk. L. EMBRY a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative from Ohio County. General primary election Aug. 7, 1915. o, J prl-aaa- r? Russia. Berlin states that the Austrians stormed and captured the Bojan, said to be the key to Japan. The new draft of the de- town of the Russian frontier positions. The mands which Japan is making on dispatches say that the Russian GenChina has been placed In the hands Staff narowly escaped capture. of the Chinese diplomats. In many eral sections it is said to be more severe Austria. Austrian submarine No. in tone than the original note. 5 torpedoed and sank tho French cruiser Leon Gambetta in the Ionian Italy. Italian Ambassadors in Paris, London, Vienna and Berlin Sea. All of the officers perished. One thirty-si- x of the crew of are said to. have been recalled to hundred and 714 wero rescued. Rome for conference on the attitude to be taken by the Italian GovernPublic Speaking. ment in the war. John H. Thomas, candidate for tho Republican nomination for State Thursday. Frnnce. The British official state- Senator, will address the voters of ment declares that the operations of Ohio County at Balzetown, Saturday, the Allies have definitely stopped May 8, at 2:00 p. m. and at Mt. the German attack, which has not Pleasant at 7:30 p. m. Ladles esbeen renewed. Counter attacks ap- pecially invited. parently are still being delivered by PLEASANT GROVE. both French and British, but these are of minor Importance as compar- Mr. R. C. Carter and family visited Mr. W. A. Loyd's family Sunday. Mrs. L. B. Grant of Hltes Falls has been visiting friends and relatives the past week. Mr. J. N. Shrove and wife visited the laters parents, Mr. W. C. Keene, Sunday. Mr. Arthur May and wife of Ola- ton visited Mr. Vernon Sapp and family Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Shelby Loyd and wife were the guests of O. D. Petty and family Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. W. II. Davlsson visited Mr. Charlie Hare Thursday evening. Mrs. John T. Allen is slightly improved at this time and for ten days she enjoyed the fresh country air at the home of her mother at Trls-lo- r, Ky. Mrs. Allen has been in delicate health for more than five weeks. Mr. Charlie Davlsson and Miss Lucy Moxley were married Tuesday Men And Young Men Owensboro's Foremost Clothiers Want to fit you out lor Spring. Large and attractive stock of Clothing. Hats. Shoes and Meo's Furnishings We make a specialty of fine Wedding Outfits. To out of town patrons, we refund 5 per cent not to exceed actual railroad or 'bus fare. : . . t : i 1 ,.-H -- 4' New Millinery 4 8 Latest Styles Wo trim Hats to suit the -- individual, and expect to merit your trade byprompt attention and superior goods. Call to see up. WH WILE BROS. The Bin Clothiers 1 v ' I MISS POPPIE HARTFORD, NALL KY. OWENSBORO, KY. r