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PEKING MAKES flJE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL Subscription $1 per Year No. 43 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY; feY., FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1915. bcrs'of his own Government nro said already to have, voiced the. suspicion thnt ho may accept an alleged offer from Japan of military support and protection for himself against cased of nervous and mental disorders manifesting themselves In FLAG FLYINO ON Insomnia and abnormal sensitiveness to tho Influence of alcohol, often APPEARS AT WAR sulting the abnormal drunkenness.reEXTEND WELCOME FOR WAR TORPEDOED nations and his own people, In "Since the French offensive began return for conceding control of tho j In the middle of December a largo .country In fact, although not noml- number of men havo been Incapacitat100,000 Troops MaSSea nnlly to Japan. Wants Foreign Capital to Loois Very Much Like Mi- ed by mental and nervous diseases, and Stripes Go Down morbid excitement nnd absolute nerNear Chinese Capital. Come in With Peace. litary Barracks. vous prostration. These cases are With Ship. London, may t. A delay of forty- found. In many men who have never eight hours Is granted China to meet been actually wounded, and are caustho demands of tho Japanese governed by tho explosion of hcavys hells, Gulflight Refuse To Accept Demands of ment. Attacked Without WarnPromises That Doors of Mexico People Refuse To Consider The of fear and anxiety at the death of This was tho substance of a brief Japan and Prepare friends and comrades. Possibility ot Deing by Submarine, Says .dispatch cabled today to London by Will tie Thrown Open to fhn Tnkln rnrrpannnflmit nf thn f!pn- Approach Insanity. For War. feat. Officer. Americans. . "The acute symtoms, such as pa tral News. In tho meantime It Is ralysis, convulsions deafness, loss ot Known that Japanese worships arc in i speech, delirium or hallucinations. on tho the harbor of May 5. "I am author- - gulf of London, Washington, May 5. The Ameri about 150 miles Vera Cruz, May C. Promises that Berlin, May 6. Berlin gives you havo In most cases given wny to raItiitlvely Informed," says tho Times' from Pekln, presumably for tho pur- - Mexico, after pcaco has been secured, the Impression of an can steamer Gulflight was flying "a immense mill tional treatment In the hospitals, but correspondent, "that tho tone pose of removing from China the which wo expect wltl be soon .will beltary barrack.. Everywhere you meet yery often tho symtoms of nervous large American ensign" and was VToklo Chinese reply to without warning" by a subtho Japanese members of tho Japanese legation. thrown open to all honest foreign In soldiers of every rank and every prostrated as soon as the men redemands preludes further conversa Consular reports from all sections of vestors, and especially that Ameri- age. turned to their regiments and many marine, whose nationality has not tions. China not only refuses to con- China announce tho departure of Ja- can capital will bo welcomed, were On the other side, you see fewer have been sent home as absolutely yet been established, acordtng to a cede article five, but does so in lan- panese, or their concentration at tho made by Gen. Carranza In an author- wounded here than in any other unfit for military service. The mere cabled statement received by Secreguage distinctly provocative. signed by Chief Japanese consulates. ized Interview Tuesday. Gen. Car- city" In Germany, for these are sys- thought ot returning to the front tary Bryan "China's attitude since the pre"The Legation hero has notified all ranza said he wishes to overcome tematically sent elsewhere, so as to has often been sufflcent to produce Officer Smith nnd Consular Agent sentation of the modified demands Japanese to prepare to leave the cap- what he believes is a growing feel- avoid adding to the anxiety of the a recurrence of the nervous crisis Banfleld. I) oca mo decidedly less conciliatory ital within twelve hours," says tho ing in tho United States that the Con- Berllners and keep up the spirit in approaching Insanity. Ambassador Page reported that than at nny time earlier In the ne- Dolly Telegraph's Peking correspond- stitutionalists are opposed to foreign- the capital to the uttermost. "A young officer, who conversed Lieut. John H. Towers, one of the gotiations when Japan's proposals ent. "Telegrams aro pouring in from ers. He announced that he intends In front ot the royal palace stands with great interests about subjects naval .attaches of the American were much more exacting.' London, and Naval Conevery part of China foreshadowing to restore railroad traffic to Mexico seven big guns captured from the that had nothing to do with the war1, Poking, May 5. Military prepara- plan Is expected by tho latest on City as soon as the military opera- Russians and Frederick the began to cry and sigh whenever 'it structor Lewis B. McBride will make Great's tions aro being made for the defenso Thursday. tions against Gen. Francisco Villa statute is' surrounded by Belgian can- was suggested that he should return an Investigation of. the hull if the of Poking. According to Chinese ofto the front, asurlng me that he Gulflight, now in charge of the Brit "I learn In the highest quarters has ended. nons. ficials, whoso statcmnts have been that a Chinese surrender Is out of the He also ordered The doors of the Ruhmeshalle could not possibly take up his mili- ish Admiralty. Seated In his headquarters In the consul at Plymouth to take corrobated In other circles, tho Gov- question, as tho revolutionaries, who lighthouse overlooking Vera Cruz (Hall ot Glory) in Unter den Linden tary duties as long as the war lasts. ernment 1b making preparations else- honeycomb the country, wouid rise Bay, the first Chief of the Constitu- are kept open at all hours that peo "Their troubles had not been caus take depositions from the officers and where than at tho capital for defense, immediately with an army, thus pre- tionalists talked at length of the pres- ple who are down hearted may re- ed by violent fear, but was simply a crew of the Gulflight. considering that the Chinese will be cipitating the fall of Yuan The statement received by the state 's ent and future conditions of Mexico. vive their spirits by 'looking at the result 'of fear ot the horror of war. unable to oppose the Japanese should government. in some cases because they did. not Department from Chief Officer Smith many trophies exhibited Inside. "Tho Impression seems to prevail they mako an attack. possess sufficient will power to .over- whp cabled originally to the owners "I am authorized to declare that In the United States,' said Gen. CarVisits Hospital Daily. It Is asserted in high quarters that the Chinese government will make a ranza 'that the Constitutionalists are come the physical and moral exer- of the vessel.the Gulf Refining ComTwice I have seen the' Empress tions of military service, 100,000 troops have been concentrat- - xllrect appeal to Qreat Britain, Rus-e- d antagonistic toward foreigners. This but smy pany, who telegraphed It here y. Although there Is no record here in tho environs of Peking, but sia, franco and tie United States Is untrue. On Uie contrary, we pur- drive past on her way to the military frequently also, because they w'pre .Consular Agent Banfleld'a post, it wim sumcieni ammunition lor oniy i immediately arter an ultimatum is pose to throw Mexico open to all hospital, where she is a frequent, utterly lacking In patriotism. The almost, dally visitor. No ovations most frequent symtoms were ,a Drier resistance received violent Is presumed he was sent by Consul honest foreign capital as generously, Stephens from Plymouth or was staHpeclal Guards. The Times' Tokjo correspondent. but more judiciously, than was dope greet her, but the respect that every- convulsions." body feels for the kind hearted and tioned at the port where the Gultelegraphing under date of Tuesday, under President Diaz. . ' Special police and military pres6rely-tre- d woman Is seen on every "Recent events, such as the de- face and every head Is respectfully Morrow Opens His Campaign at flight was taken.The statements Of cautions havo been taken through- says that the. general feeling in Toklo wlil submit at the laBt feat of Gen. Villa at important points the first officer of the Gulflight and ' out the city, especially around the is .that China PalntsvUle. uncovered as she passes.. . Consul Banfleld, as mad e public by winter palace, whoro "President Yuan moment, in view of the hopelessness renew my confidence that the war "I have' talked to people of all ' Palntsvllle, Ky., May 3. Edwin P. Secretary Bryan follows: condition. ol ner will soon be ended. Then Mexico classes during 'the last week and MorroW Bppke Shi Kal resides. The officials de-here this afternoon, "One p'. m. Saturday, heavy weath' will start her reconstruction and altho they really admit that the Bltu- - opening his camgalgn for clarc that they are suspicious that Itoy Kills the RepubSister in Game of "War." will need lcgltimato foreign help. tlon It serious, nobody believes that lican nomination for Governor, to a er, fifteen miles west of Blshops.fly-iu- g the Japanese may attempt a repeMurray, Ky., May 4. "Playing large American ensign, following Tho resumption of industry .will at Germany will be defeated on her record-breakin- g tition of tho Korean coup d'etat. crowd. He was in- British patrol boats to Bishop was war," William Taylor, The Japancso legation, it Is said, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor, tract American capital, which will own soil. troduced by the Hon. H. S. Howes. torpeUoed without Subwarning. notified the Japanese yesterday to four miles west of Murray, aimed a be welcomed and protected. Our country is menaced on all Mr. Morrow made no reference to marine was seen twenty-fiv-e minutes my power prepare to leave Peking, and that loaded schot gun at the face of his "I will do everything In prohibition, but said that about three and one-ha- lf sides." they say, "powerful enemies State-wid- e miles ahead. to promote American friendship. have ploted to bring about our ruin, on all many women and children are get- vital subjects and Issues the Submerged about five minutes later. sister, Rosle, nnd fired, 4.1 Ing ready to depart. Many of the f rnmntntalv fpflrtn? nwnv thn rhlri'n Americans would be optimistic over but just wait and see. The world party platform to be adopted In June the conditions in Mexico it they does not know us yet, when the Will be his guide through the cam- Nothing more seen of t her. Number Japanese men probably will takere- aboye thj ,ower Jaw The Damage On could see the situation from this end. hour comes to defend our country paign. He devoted nearly his en on submarine Indistinct. fugc in tho legation quarter If hos-- j cldcnt occurred In the Taylor home bluff starboard bow below load watThe Constitutionalists have 70,000 against an Invasion, we will fight as' tllltles break out. on the Ewlng farm. tire spoech to criticism of the DemoReported extensive. Fore-ho- ld soldiers and; Villa less than half this no people ever fought before.flght cratic administration of the State, er line. Tho situation Is considered awkMr. Taylor, returning from huntfull, one foot over stokehole ward for some of the foreign lega- ing, placed the gun In a corner, In- number. We', constantly are. spread- to the' last man, the last pfennig, and declaring that Kentucky is now plate. Cargo in tanks apparently tions, especially those whose coun structing the lad not to play with It. ing our lines northward. leaving Mex- the last bag ot flour.' bankrupt and staggers under the in- undamaged. tries sympathize with the Chinese, His parents havtng gone to visit a ico City to be easily retaken by us at debtedness ot $3,000,(00,' which is Vary la Views. but none of them could oppose the neighbor, the lad disobeyed. Mr. and any time." More Trouble at Rockport. papers Is con- rapidly increasing," while the pres The tone of leading . Wl luo -- ,,auo .uiurca,uB. "How soon before you expect to Rockport, Ky., May 5. Robbery is Mrg Tay,or hcarj has done TepoH an(j tinually swinging between firm con- ent State administration' Telegrams rcceelved here from flnd r the baby dead and restore traffic to Mexico City, and fidence and admissions of serious nothing to relieye the situation, that thought to have been the motive .for Mukden say that the Japanese bank" p gon wUh th(j 8moklnK on permit foreigners there to have re"our present system, of taxation Is the murder of Tom Martin, an emand post-offlthere havo suspended ', h,8 handj) The bojr WM BQ bad,y lief and a chance to resume business? misgivings. antiquated, unscientific, unjust and ploye of the McHenry Koelnlsche Zeltung writes: business; that the Japanese resorv- - frtghtened that ho could glve no ex. Gen. Carranza was asked. yes"We must face the unpleasant ineuitablo," and that "Kentucky is who was found dead near here ima uafu uvvu maucu iu uio wiuib, planation except that he was "play"Just as soon as Villa Is driven truth that In spite of all. our vlcories burdened with all classes and all terday with three bullets from an auand that other civilians are concen- ing war." The Taylors formerly re- farther north possibly after another tomatic revolver in the head and the situation is exceedingly grave. kinds of commissions. There is, he body. trating in the railway zone. commission to regulate Villa defeat," was the Teply. "It Is The question before us is whether we said.-"sided In New Concord, this county. Dr. Paul S. Relnsch, the United. Martin, who worked In the coma matter of a very short time. I do must lose or be able to defend our everything forom fires to fish, and States minister here, expresses the "Possum Hunter' Victim Dies. not think there Is a possibility ot Kultur, our political unity our free- when it Is not a commission it .is pany store at Echols, left here yesopinion that the missionaries and Rockport, Ky., May 1. Testimoterday evening with over $150 in his called a board." the revolution lasting six months other Americans in the interior are ny was introduced at the Coroner's longer, As an instance of progress, dom or whether we are to return to "The Republican party has had possession. This was missing when miseries of the Thirty Years' He says the inquest In no danger whatever. over the body of I call attention to the fact that wo the the courage to call a platform con-- 1 the body was found. Bloodhounds Chinese Government will preserve or- - Harlson Maddox, a negro, who died have sent a. communication to New War, ventlon to meet In Lexington In mid rushed here from Rochester failed to "In the East we are threatened by aider in the regions over which the yesterday afternoon as the result ot York to buy three more armed transwill be com- - take the trail owing to the fact that SlavB, in the west we are fight- June. This convention I 'Chinese hold control. wounds suffered when he nttemnted ports, one to assist on the Pacific .the posed ot the most representative the tracks had been trampled. A reIn splto of tho belief which had (0 escape from a band of "Possum coast and two for the Gulf of Mexi- ing against 'the lust of'revengo of the members ot our party devoted to ward will be offered for the arrest ot rovalled In China for many years Hunters," who on last Monday night co. This commission Is due in New French, but even more against the its welfare and conscientiously seek- the murderer. 7 that Japan coveted control of tho mado a rad upon the negro 8ectlon York next .Sunday. Another commis- diabolic politics ot England, against ing the good of the people of Ken Coroner A. B. Rliey' held an incountry, considerable surprise was 0f Rockport. Several negroes testl-caus- sion will nrrlve In New York simul- which country the entire German peo- tucky. This .body ot men will frame quest over tho body Tuesday, but no . ple justly concentrate their hatred." by the report that Japan tnat they recognized certain taneously to act on the foreign oil our offer to contract clew was found as to who did the Almost simultaneously the Kreuz-zeltun- g our platform tended to Issue an ultimatum to the members of the "Possum Hunter" Interests. It is thought that robbery with the people our solemn pledge shooting. writes ot the war in 1870: as an outgrowth of Dand Government Tho dylng statement of to them. It will be an honest plat- - was the only motive. steps al"Indeed, we are taking Reached Ever Goal. refusal to concede all of Ja- - doX( Bi0 waa introduced, by honest men. and will ready for future foreign nnd indus"Bismarck reached every goal he form made pan's demands. j Windstorm la Owensboro. All the neeroes who testified at trial relations. Our hope is that Uie the sincere expression ot constitute Owensboro, Ky May 4. A windIt Is contended that the Chlneso'the hearing stated that the mem-hav- e United States soon will see tit to set himself. He did not believe In splendid minds and patriotic home-Jovln- g or want preventive wars, but this did conceded virtually all tho artl-iuef tho "Possum Hunter" band give us recognition. hearts. When this convention storm ot cyclonic velocity visited That will do not stop htm from giving the Ems cles contained In tho eleven demands uad blackened their faces and wore spoken, I shall obey Its Owensboro shortly after 7 o'clock much to end the war. dispatch a form which made war In shall have dam-ag- o mado upon them and enumerated to white masks, mandate, stand upon its platform last night doing considerable "There Is every reason why. the 'the" Powers, and a.hlgh official said both in Owensto property hearing was conducted by United States should orecognlze us, evitable. He did this because the and support, defend and maintain It The ' other side wanted war and he desired yesterday that It was not believed Coroner A. B. Riley. The Jury was with all the power ot my mind, and boro and in the country district. The '"' for the Constitutionalists governroot of the large building ot the that Japan would dare enforco those composed of H. L. Tucker, president ment Is the only one which has le- to avoid a first humiliation. There heart and body. aro those who hold tnat no acted Owensboro Warehouse Company, oh contained in group Ave, which ho ot the Rockport Coal Company; L. gal responsibility. Villa and Zapata wrongly, but we are grateful to him the river froqt between Daviess and uald Japan had Informed Great Bri- T. Hold, agent ot the Standard Oil are leaders ot personal ambitions. Death of Mm. Sam Rafferty. Lewis streets, 125 feet in length and tain, as well as the other Powers, Company; E. A. Barnard, W. S. Behind them aer the remnants ot for what he did and are convinced that his act was justifiable before the While seated at the dining table 25 foot wide, was blown away, the were merely regarded as desirable. Nickel, George Dunn and J. E. Madtho old reactionaries struggling to Almighty. May God always give at her home In Select Saturday even- greater portion ot the timbers strikWhether President Yuan 8hl Kal dox. The following verdict was re- regain lost power." Germany statemen who take up their ing Mrs. Sam Rafferty called to her ing the rear ot the business build- will concede all these points seems to turned: "We, the jury, And that task, as seriously and Intelligently as daughter for, assistance, laughing ings ou Second street. Tons of tlm- ofll- be an open' question. Chinese the deceased, Harrison Maddox, Passenger Excursion. did Bismarck." ly saying that she could not get up. her and roofing were carried against" ulals whose views are seriously cou - camo t0 hls death from the follow- In tho Muenchener Medlzln .Providence, Ky., to Louisville, Ky., It was found that she was stricken tue buildings. There were 1,200 o w....v,.. ,QK causes: iiy a gunsnoi wouna woivu iu iuiu Hiii ' (Munich Medical Week- with paralysis and she was never able hogsheads ot tobacco In the ware-t- o express opposite opinions concerning J fired by the hands of some unknown and return Sunday, May 16th, 1915. move thereafter, death coming house. Leave Centertown Ky., 3:20 a, m.,. ly), J ound an artlclo signed by the this question. Some of the officials'' perBon wno Is In a gang known as famous Prof. Guapp, ot Teublngen, Monday morning at 3 o'clock. tare $1.75. Round's jewelry store, M. Eberle's express the fear that the Japanese "Possum Hunters." Mrs. Rafferty was a widow, her ' toy 8tore, Glenn's drugstore, and the Leave Hartford, Ky., 3:40 a. ni., an expert on mental diseases, on inmilitary party, which they profess fare 1.75. Drowned la Lard Can. , sanity in the German army, from husband having died several years T? J furley hardware and implement to bellevo welcomes the present criago. She leaves one aaugmer, mr. 8t8re were damaged by the timbers deLeave Sunnydnle, Ky., 4:00 a. m which I quote: Mayfleld, Ky.. May 4. Earllno sis, will increase .the Japanese At the beginning ot tho war tho Ann Norman, and many other rea pt the warehouse being blown against mands should a successful campaign Hayden, 1 year and 4 months old, faro $1.75.. them. Leave Dundee, Ky., 4:10 a. ra., state ot health ot the Oerman troops ttves and friends. tho child ot Mrs. Mary Hayden, was follow. especially as regards nervous disFuneral services were held at her On the other hand It Is considered drowned at Clay Switch mines, six fare $L50. Notice. Arrive at Louisville 9:30 a. m eases, was splendid, but the awful residence Tuesday morning and inhere that Yuan Shl Kal faces calami- miles suotb,. ot this city, when It fell I will not run the, Ice P,lant this Louisville 9:00. p. to. conditions under which this, war is terment lu the Select burying tous consequences la China It he into a lard can containing about Returning-leav- e season, HOOKER WILLIAMS. being carried on has brought In many ground. . H, E. MISCHKE, Agent. yields to the Japanese. High mem- - two gallons ot water, CARRANZA WILL HOW BERLIN REM for-Jol- gn SHIP Stars o, Ma-Tun- g, "tor-pedo- ed to-d- Am-bassy- Shl-Kal- to-da- "7 ld ld vu, co Coal-Compan- a to-da- ed ln-fl- Mad-A?hln- a's rs .. t i I ; r ,- - "3 3'iK,,vr?cv::; possible In some particulars I mny attention U r by miscon- THE HORRORS OF have been Influenced called to structions or misinformation. It Is WAR IN AFRICA important point also my ardent wish that I may have been moro mistaken than I think I BURR FOUGHT not generally known, have been, and that he, by his future that a laxative should have conduct, mny show himself worthy British Colonial Soldier Tells of a tonic element to success- of all confidence and esteem nnd prove an ornament and a blessing to Camp Life in Hostile Xeasans For Accepting the fully meet constipation. tho country ns well, because It Is pos WHY HAMILTON Y3UR I laierunas neprtJbtjru Lost Interest If you hail a machine that you could opcrntc at a good profit day In nnd day out, would you not count ns a loss the time It stood Idlo? muclfcic. Invested In Your money Is n good moncy-miikln- g our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It earns Interest every day of the week, every week of the month and every month of thc year. Heiiiember, wc give you absolute security and pay you tho best rate of Interest. Challenge. Sense Facts In Regard to the Fa- roes Duel That Robbed America of a Great Statpsman. 1757; Mr. John B. Capers, of CIO Pecan St, Tort Worth, Texas, had a experience l:i th!i particular. He was nflllctcJ with a severe case of Ha constipation mid bowel trouble. spent a good deal of money In trying to And n remedy. To h!a astonishment Fcruna very quickly relieved htm of his bad Alexander' Hamilton, born Oltd July 12, 1S04, at what was then "known as Mnnlmttnn Islnnd, likely in lh neighborhood of what Is now JXirjety-fira- t street, around Central 3'ark. now the heart of New Yor,k City. He was a captain of Artillery in 7G and held a place on WashHo won disington's staff 1771-Stinction .at Yorktown in 1781, was a memoir of the Continental Congress JD 37ii, was a member of the Constitutional Convention in 1787, and 1. number of years ago. Since then, Mr. Capers states that he has had similar attack3 of trouble, the prominent pymptom of which Is constipation, and has ys symptoms.a This happened prompt dent relief found and evi- Secretary of the United States ury, He was commander-in-chie- f the army in 1739. Aaron Uurr, an ambitious viiu l)ut thirty-tw- o years of age, was Treas- of states- -- man f thnt day and once Vice PresrcuH. ident of the United States, was a political rival of Hamilton and they explanation or apology. The disa"became involved In a quarrel which Ham- vowal required of me by Col. Burr cnrt'd with a challenge sent to ilton ly Uurr and accepted by the In a general and Indefinite form was a'ormer with regrets. out of my power.lf It had really been Their friends Interceded and every proper for me to submit to be ques "ffrt possible was made to aviod the tioned, but I was sincerely of the ilnel. It was leond them, however, opinion that this could not he, and -- Mid the time was set for the night in tills opinion I was confirmed by a jf July 11, 1S04, at a desolate spot very moderate and judicious friend In the blulTs of Weehawkcn, X. J., whom I consulted. Besides that. Col. which Is Just across tho rher from Burr appeared to me to assume. In J 'Ike water. It dh no Good. As for rattF, they wero of no use. Physics of all klnJs and classy were used, but we had to call on ths fountain syringe for help." Peruna was nble to cornet t'.'.'i condition completely In Mr. "aprs" Cde. and there In every rea-to bel'otb that It was the tonto f'jalllki of l'criina. ndded to tho laxi-tlqiinlltt"i. t':at procured, this ery m vr 3tirtcd using jour Feruna I coul 1 drink castor or from 1'cruna. Ho siys: "Up to the time I tlPP i .'cw York. munication made by me and by my directions, and would be confirmed by the conversation between Mr. Van Xess and myself which arose out of the subject. I am not sure whether, under' all the circumstances, I did not go further In the attempt to accommodate than a punctilious delicacy will justify. If so, I hope the motives I have stated will excuse me. It Is not my design by what I have said to affix any odium on the conduct of Col. Burr in this case. He doubtless has heard of animadversions of mine which bore very hard upon him, and it Is probable that, as usual, they were accompanied with some falsehoods. He may have supposed himself under the necessity of acting as lie has done. I hope the ground of his proceeding is such as ought to be satisfy his own conscience. I trust, at the same tlme.that the world will do me the justice to believe that I have not censured him on light His lteusons. grounds nor from unworthy motives. On roy expected interview with Col. I certainly have had strong reasons tlniT,I think It proper to make some for what I have said, though It is remarks explanatory of my conduct, motives and views. I was certainly desirous of nvoldlng this Interview . for the most urgent reasons: "1. "Sly religious and moral principles are strongly opposed to the practice of duelllng.and It would ever Kive me pain to be obliged to shed ithc Wood of a fellow creature In a private combat forbidden by the law. 3. My wife and children are ex- Mrs. Aselin Was Restored to tremely dear to me.and my life Is of Health by Lydia E. Pink. the utmost importance to them In ham's Vegetable various views. X J feel a sense of obligation toCompound. ward my creditors, who, in case of accident to me, by tho forced sale of Minneapolis, Minn. "After my little my property.may be In some degree ono was born I was sick with pains in I did not think myself at unfferers. my sldc3 which the doctors said were liberty, as a man of probity, lightly caused by inflammain expose them to this hazard, tion. I suffered a toll 4. I am conscious of no great deal every ward Col. Burr.dlstlnct from politimonth and grew very cal opposition, which, as I trust, has thin. I was under the 55, proceeded trom pure and upright doctor's care for two motives. long years without any benefit Finally Lastly, I bhall hazard much and after repeated sugcan probably gain nothing by the gestions to try it wo of this interview. got Lydia E. Pink- I concelvo, ImpossiBut It was, ns ham's Vegetable Compound. After takble to avoid it. There wero intrin- ing the third bottle of tho Compound I sic dilllcultles In the thing, an arti- was able to do my housework and today ficial embarrubsment from the man- I am strong and healthy again. I will ner of proceeding on tho part of Col. answer letters if anyone wishes to know about my case. " Mrs. Joseph Aselin, Uurr. COG Fourth Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. Intrinsic, because It Is not to bo .denied that my animadversion on the Lydia E. Plnkhnm'a Vegetable Compolitical principles, character and pound, made from native roots and views of Col. Burr have been ex- herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful tremely severe; and on different oc- drugs, and today holds tho record of casions I, In common with many oth- being tho most successful remedy wa know for If ers, have made very unfavorable crit- a medicinewoman's iMs.you you need such try it? why don't on particular instances of tho icisms private conduct of this gontleinan. If you have the slightest doubt In proportion as thebe impressions that Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetawere entertained with sincerity and ble Compound will belp you, write uttered with motives and for pur- to Lydia E.PinkhaiuMcdlcineCo. poses which might appear to me (coulidcntlal)Lyni),MaH9., for adwould be tho dlfllculty (un- vice. Your letter will bo opened, til they could bo romoveiV by ev- read and answered by a woman, idence of 'their being erroneous) of , and beld ia txlct confidence. to-fl- carriages and ferry with their friends In the moonlight the distance vaf, stepped and they faced each oth-eine records show that Hamilton fired In the air, while Burr fired a Mingle shot, mortally wounding him. He wab then taken to a home of a friend in Xew York and received medical and surgical attention, but .succumbed to the wounds on the following day. He was buried in the Old Trinity churchyard at the head of Wall street on Broadway. His grave a spot of interest to the Is visitors to New York. Trinity church and its burying ground are now located In the heart of the business district of lower Xew York.wtth towering office buildings on every side with the subway fetation on Broadway Just in front. cOn the day bofore the duel, Hamilton wrote the following reasons for not declining Burr's challenge.whlch nhowB that his moral principles gave way to a bense of propriety, for In that day a man was called upon to defend his honor when challenged although It was In defiance of the statutory law. The following are the reasons he ascribed: r; They were conveyed by the first Instance, a tone unnecese. sarily premptory and menacing, and. In the second, positively toffen-slYet, I wish as far as might be practicable to leave a door open to This, I think, will acomodatlon. be Inferred from the written com- AFTER SUFFERING TWO LONG YEARS f e. ML lo sible I may hnvo Injured Col. Burr, I Territory. however convinced myself that my ' opinion and declarations may have been well founded. London, May. A young colonial As for my p.encrnl principles and In a letter sends the followlnc de- temper In relation to similar affairs, 8CI.ptlon of BritiBh camp nfc in Ger. I have resolved, If our Interview is in mi Southwest Africa: conducted In tho usual mnnner, nnd "We were Just innrchhiK away, It plenses God to glvo mo tho oppor- nhout fifty of us, from tho Schltttsh, tunity, to reserve nnd throw away my when tho nlanri was sounded near first fire, and I have thoughts even ,,y tho lookolll nll(1 thc cry of reserving my second flre.nnd thus. came floating down giving a double opportunity to Col. fronl nnotncr lookout on a hill some Uurr to pause nnd rolled. It Is not, wa,. 0ff however, my Intention to enter Into Well, there was no time to get any .planation on the ground. Apol- - out of camp or reach thc trenches ogy. from principle, I hope, rather jon thc out8klrts. so we Just had to than rrlde.ls out ni the question. To slieiter xvicre wo couUU r Rnt ,)e. those who, with me abhorring tho WCCIl S0Inu hnif.burled watertanks . I of duell'ng. may think Uin. ,,,,, not fcc, too llnppv i)CCauso tht to have added watertanU8 nrc tl0 aviator's objec-1- 0 I ought on no nctc-in- i the number u .implcs, I answer ,,jNL, that my relative sit.utlon as well in j .,' wn prety BUrotllo f,rst two public as In prlvatc.enforcing nil tnobombs woull, mss ll8 blIt No. 3 wn9 considerations which constitute what! coming struight for my hollow till men of the world denominate honor. 'a fow hundrcd fect Rrom,d. Inspire In mo (ns I thought), a pe-- u ,8 Jov mrd to JudBe ,ne , m(). cuhar necessity not to decline the mcltg ,kc tbesCi ,)Ut j W01,(, gny ie 1 call The ability to be userul In siiells took half a minute to drop ture. whether In resisting mischief ' tlic 1.000 feet, on In effecting good, In thoso crises Terrain Is Difficult. of our public affairs which seem l's of shells went whistling away lately to happen would probably lie Inseperable from a conformity with overhead, nnd three telegraph wires !"ere c"1 and dropped near me. I public prejudice In this particular. wns certain the shell had burst Just following let- - outside my bnrrler, and was surprlsAfter his death, the led to find it had done &o forty yards ter was found among his papcrs.ad- - away: we seem to live for years dressed to Mrs. Hamilton nnd dated ' , while tho bombs are falling .. ... ,i. . , xu, , , mo ....' i..v..-- ., ...- - ........ JU1J "We have a far more difficult Ullza, will not "This letter.my dear country to fight In, and n better he delivered to you unless I shall equipped foe to fight against, than first have terminated my earthly ca- our soldiers had in the Boer war reer, to begin, as I humbly hope from Every day we have awful dust storm? mercy, a redeeming grace and divine lasting for hours, nnd thc shade happ'y immortality. If it had been 100 degrees. the tenipcraturo always ocr possible for me to iaa avoided Ono day It was 113. Still I'm ten Interview, my love for you and my times fitter than I ever was in my creclous children would have been life, and have stuck all thc marches ilone a decisive motive. But It was in one heavy kit. ' not possible without sacrifice which "Mounted men huvo a thin time. would have rendered me unworthy of getting It Is frightfully difficult your esteem. I need not tell you of enough water for ourbelves. let alone the pangs I feel from the Idea of for animals. quitting you and exposing you to the "We've struck a place far worse anguish I know you would feel. Nor for sand and it than I.uderitzbrucht could I dwell on the topic lest viiid, it blow? like thc devil from should unman me. The consolations midday to dark and all the tents are of religion, my beloved, can alone going to ribbcm? Ours which had support you; and these you have a of been holding together In a miracuright to enjoy. Fly to the bosom for sonic days, went your God and be comforted. With lous manner sweet 1 with a hang yesterday afternoon. mv last idea I shall cherUh the 'The sand blows along Just ".Ike hope of meeting you in a better sleet and the wind has not even the world. Adieu, best of wives, best of being cool. Wo clean Embrace all my darling advantage of women. our shirts by spreading them in the children for me." sun for three of four days. Wc have to raise little calms or stones to Whole Family I)eeiideiit. Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio, mark where the shirts are, for they writes: "Our whole family depend can be completely burled in a day. Maybe someLone For Water. on "They have started dipping us Just one In your'family had a severe Cold perhaps it Is the baby. The orig- like sheep but we don't need prodIs an ding under the forked sticks as we inal Dr. Bell's remedy It go thru the tank. I'm beginning to ever ready household long for a holiday fo get to some gives Immediate relief. penetrates the linings of tho place where there's vegetable life Throat and Lungs, destroys the and water. 'Thank goodness they're having Germs, and allows Nature to act. At 3 what are called double sentries now. your Druggist, 25c. It means that two men at the same The World Oier. post keep watch together. The services of about 70,000 per'A good many men have to be sons are required to take a census of operated on to remove sand from this country. their salivary glands, under their tongues. When they eat, tho saThe Emperor of Austria owns tho liva, trying to forco its way thru, largest opal in the world. It weighs causes a good deal of pain and swellseventeen ounces. ing. Tho sergeant has just had three weeks in hospital from that cause. population of the It's impossible oven In a closed tent The Jewish United 'States Is 3,0SS,G7-- , accord-lu- g not to eat a good bit of sand when to the last estimate. the wind Is blowing. 0 "Two hundred Cupo boys are emare ployed day and night shovelling sand salmon About 60,000,000 yearly In the waters of Alaska. Ap- off forty miles of railway. The train proximately 100 canneries are in op- has a clear passage In the mornings, eration annually. The fish are but returning in the evening finds caught by seines, traps and gill nets. as much as four fect of sand over the rails. Of course, wo are allowRussian tolerance toward prison- ed to wear goggles." . ers of war is astonishingly Illustrated at Kostroma, where a number of Cliaiiibeiinlu'H Liniment. esAustrlans Interned there have been Tills preparation Is intended permlted to lease a cinema theater, pecially for rheumatism, lame back, of prisoners sprains and like ailments. It Is a while another group which plays favorite with people who aro well have formed a band Czech airs in tho streets. acquainted with Its splendid quali ties. Mrs. Charles Tanner, WabaBh, John Fowler, who has been in tho jnd 8ay8 f it, "I have found Cham- consular service of this country in Plain's Liniment the best thing for China for the last quarter century, lame back and sprains I huvo over will henceforth be stationed at used. It works like a charm and Quebec. He Is a nattvo of relieves pain and soreness. It has New Hampshire, entered the govern- been used by others of my family ment service in 1879, serving In a as well as myself for upwards of In 1890 he was twenty years." 25 and 50 cent botclerical capacity. appointed consul at Nlngpo. Pomo; tles. For sale by All Dealers. tlons followed, and in turn he servProbably Haiti on Purpose. ed at Chefoo and Foochow. For diswas exlbltlng Young Hlbbard tinguished services he was thrice decorated by tho Emperor of China, some phonographs to a charming soand from Jupan he received the Or- - ciety girl, with twhom he was very der of the Sacred Treasure, as well much In love. as a nation's thanks for his services I "This one," ho mild, banding her war. He has a picture, "Is an early photo of me in the China-Japa- n written extensively on Oriental sub- - with my two French poodles. Would jects, and is a member of various you recognize me?" "Why, yes I think so," replied scientific bodies. e of-tllo j Central Trust Company Cor. Ith and l'redcilrn. KNOWN i:T.KVWIIKUi: as thc SAI'i: nnd ItKI.IAHI.KH.VNK The Allen 34 When you pay 895 for an Allen 34 you get S895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. Wc build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is Wc arc in strong and permanent. thc automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our, reputation for divine thc createst possible value for the price wc get. If ycu have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handsome car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, carat S895,- - is the complete answer to your requirements. Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 34 h n .. Allen 37 honepower Weiton-Mo- tt and leather unliolttery, Warner tranimisiion and d Herring gear, expanddrire, ing brakes, 110 inch nheelbaie, demountable rim i, aluminum crank case and aluminum transleft-han-- floating axle, mohair top mission if iltttric and lUclric we, full tjuit-mi- nt tignu itarter. The weight of the cur l 2J00 lb . which, with the power of the raotor.iutuie economy of operation. We bnltd five other rodeW, lhr roUlar eaa twe touring er. raaftaf In prise front $473 S139 lis iiylt, finish, peuitr, ttontmy if ftralin, tquipmtnt, (jualitui and prut, AUm can tail tht ItaJ ttrx'utabli Kenton Motors Co. Dealers t Write or wir l&2g2r Factory Representative for Southern Ohio, adjascnt Weit Vir-fia- ia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. for af eaor proposition t 4mm4m NEW INSURANCE AGENCY! t I have recently purchased ,from A. C. Yeiser his recording Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Hartford, .Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes 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, thc young woman looking intently at tho picture. "You aro the one with the hat on, are you not?" I - Hartford, Ky. Kor A Torpid Mt er. "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets olT and on for the past six years whenever my liver shows signs of being In a disordered condition. They havo always acted quickly and given mo tho desired relief," writes Mrs. 1 V. H. Truhus, Springfield, N. Y. For sale by All Dealers. j When I in Louisville STOP AT I ECKERT'S I 5th Avenue Hotel : FRANK ECKEIiT, Prop. . . V f PAINT! ECKEIiT, Mgr. $1 Up. European Plan . House Paint, Floor Paint, Porch Paint, Wagon J'ulnt, Carriage Paint, Varnish Stain, Shingle Stain, Floor Varnish, Furniture We Knock the Spots Out of Things Varnish, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Flat Koat, Paint Drushes, Paints for Various Purposes. We handle good uallty, Now Is the tlmo to Paint, Wrlto us French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a We pay the for Prices, Superior Manner. Freight. Send ua your Garments and Havo Them Ladies and Men's Garments CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and delivered. Fordsville Planing Mill Company (Incorporated) JAKE WILSON, Mgr. 4 Fordsville. Kentucky THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. Ira Kail, Prop HAKTFOKD, KENTUCKY. , $20 INCREASE PER ACRE ON LAND ADJOINING ROADS BUILT UNDER NEW STATE AID LAW This State Aid Law for BuildinK Good Roads Fromiscs To Be the Create A Blessing Ever Brought To Kcnluckv Land Owners, If tnc Burden of the Taxe is Not Thrown'Upon Them Through Unwise Legislation. , I CAPTAIN OF EMDEN FINDS GENIAL HOST British Governor On Isolated Is land Did Not as will make It easy to raise money to carry on thesn great works or public Improvement, without laying too liravy a burden upon tno last payurs, many of whom nre noiv bearing tlielr fair harc, and aohie times morf- - than thHr share. The are jiot sufficient by Stal"'H nearly a million dollars a yiar to meet InniiRuratnd revf-niies ft Vanderit Training School for Boys m ELKTON, KY. m Will help parents develop tlieir sons into the best type of citizens nnd Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. .Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place you'r son in this select gioup of boys. Write Know . War Was On. K m m m m m London, May. A belated but amusing account of the German crul- lamusln account of thc German cruis,cu -- S -, er Emden's visit to the Island of ". v Indian Ocean, has reached London y. by mall. MSL Diego Garcia Is n British possesi jg- a s m y mu. ,. CmW h a.7 ".'JX"fTH ,Hn-vss"7B-"-'-sa-a. Ju.Hi.r.T" araaaaramAas: rB iH. t r?wi ia sion peopled by forty Europeans and w, iifi r at '7.wncws j i Mri tii .MB&i rra XZ If lVTkv V YIWl 'aWi 14.'. Tfc.'f.. ABiS.'JWSft'Mn Ai,!'H 'iWUrK'! JtTWKT. rHI VJrl COO natives. Thc great world war had been under way for four months the Hmden reached the little I when Island, hut the people of the island jgH For catalogue and information. Box A. hnd received no mail for six months , and had no suspicion of what hnd lal si HI IB sH Hsl H H H LH H H 1H H I H BsiHsHHIH'sHHsHHMIlHHiJIRfl been passing. So when tho Enulcn 'sailed In one day, the elderly "niana-'ger- " of the Island paid a pleasant Ktntjcky. Th.ncyuan,'' '""" I'SltiMicm. a sennit thc oM Kentucky, with unwise legislation, high taxn, btd toads, poor and worse school houses Whuh to you prttcr? , .call upon Capt. von Muller. An lncrio of at least J20 an nrre.Iuriit tenty-fjThe Lmdcn had come to Dlcgo millions of dollars the expenses of government. Theso on tho a'uo of nil lands adjoining tin In the counties where these roads are expenses have to be met out of the Garcia, explained Capt. von Muller, prtncu roads liullt under the iipw built taxes paid on the property of our to refill her coal bunkers nnd remove State Aid Low Is estimated by expert y"hat citizens. This Is a plendld'bpRlnnlnR calculators who linve gone nt0 the !i illffcrenco tills will make to tho land Any legislation that wbuld tend to tho weeds that had grown under her Hubjett ery thoroughly. owner, the farmers and all others cripple or render less valuable any of hull. But when the island manager The bulldltiB of tliene public high- who make use of county roads, wheth- the great Industries of way will alo Increase all other land". er lor business or pleasure. There Stnte, will necessarily transfer the asked what brought the ship to that tho corner of the world, ( fc"V In proportion In eery county and til nre many fine farms In Kentucky 20 burden to the Tanner, merchant and 'the Captain replied,"! am carrying trlct. or more miles from the railroad that homo owner. Mf." Mt r" This most notable forward Mep will are If half lis It for with the British to V pnnu the greatest blessing that lint?) werenot worth railroad much us for thev mantlIs time his every tax payer In de- 'out maneuvers near n station, the Representative that tho navy. wf.y unlulfllllt-eer come to tne lanu owntrs ol HoiM rcunn that It Is too far to haul farm iime Tor nnhnMin ilinnn fnakAn l f . 1 U -f . . ;i' ..J .t.Ji tucky. products to market over the them a imlt to tho I Tho n,a,1,lSer acce"te1 thc cxPlan" It Is tho Intent of this law that all loned dirt roads, which aro practically destruction, or threatened destruction, atlon and passed from the subject, taxable property shall bear Us pro- - Imr.aEf-abb- ' for nearly half of the ear. by hostile legislation, of property in There were other news of greater portlonatu burden of taxntlon for this What a difference, though, when terests in tho State from which we Interest to him than naval maneuvtht-i-building. State Fund for road same farniH shall hao been con- - derive our greatest revenues. r, It was not Intended that the land'ntcted with the railroad or the In other words, industries and en- ers. What of the home rule bill? FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN though possibly. receMng tho ket with a good State road over terprises that pay the largest taxes Was there really any risk of civil Governors beni'llt, should bear the great- - which It Is easy to drle and haul as and muke possible the great benefits wnr over It? Krtatest All Picturet of Kentucky' to tho pr...Dt est part of the tax burden. Such gnat compared with the old roads. To haul to b ijerhcd from good roads, good From the foundation of tbo SUlo Capt. von Muller professed to have tlmo The cnl compUto collodion in szlttcncs tources of nnenuc as our railroad ,n large load oter a good road, een Fohoils, nr? Improvements In ugicrul- properties, distilleries, financial Instl ' fwrnt" m'les. Is easier and quicker ture. must rot bo destroyed or ilriuu no information on that subject. But Pictures of all Presidents of the United States, from Washington to Wilson. Hassof all Nat ons In colors. The very luuun-- i aiiu iiuuiiiiiii:iui ins iwini ju ifj'Ti mi ii hi iihiii II ocr live miles 01 ine iroru the ii.atc al ho did know, he said that the pope latest Kentucky Map showine Counties.towns.rallroads.Con-Etesslon- and HI bear their Just part, as well nsold time winter mud ro-road. These Good brlrrs the cwrsiry folic was dead. districts, etc Latest Kentucky Census. Jill other taxable property The tbrot-- , good roads, therefore, will bring the1 and r.ty folk Into closer contact Jompletemapof theUnlted State, ru'lao?"?1'"0,0', Is siycn The Captain was so pleasant gentling or crippling of any uf these great j distant farm nearer to the market, means it broader gauged, world. IntheHIstorical Kentucky statlstlcsf rora the foundation of the State to the present time. resources by hostile legislation must muu miu i;ruii) 10 me proms oi ine uttilude toward public matters, toward erally that the old manager said he Itlncludes-AState Officials. Executive 'Deparuncnt. All ' lay a heavier burden upon the land products of the farm. Departments of the State Government lth the headsolcach public good. Mny our legislators and would have liked to pay him a secarious Department and the clerical force with their salaries owners and other tax payer. I'ndrr thc supervision of competent every r't- - ti ,f the Commonwealth ond visit had not an accident to the Kentucky Boards and Courts with their staff with officers and . More than 100 counties have al- state and county road engineers, coun- - look lorwrU to, plan and work togeth-t- y Organisations of tho. Political Committees and s ready levied a tax upon e Hate. Kentucky United States Senators. Kentucky Chief seats and the most populous sections ct 'fa. r'utTTventnckj; to conserve machinery of his motorboat preventL&ff?y ,J2S5f,fa5,rictf In order to take advan- of the State will be connected by lm- - evry souice of Tevenuo for meeting ed him. Von Muller was distressed ? tage of this State Aid Turn! for rrosed public highways, brlnglnj; the the State' oLMsatross, kecplns It out to hear this and sent two of his en' Counties of Kentucky, when made and from what Counties. the building of Good Koads In their church. hcIiooI and market nearer the of debt; lowering the "burden of taxa-do- gineers ashore at once to repair the All of Use Vital Statistics of Kentucky. respective ssctlonh. Tills jear alone of every family. Then will come tlon; placing It where 'It belongs and This unique and valuable Atlas is free , the fund amounts to G.S,1'20 This a new era of prosperity in Kentucky. ot throw the bnrden of the land own- - damage. s. n Vrtr. II TlOC n -- II TT..- -: hum will he Increased by levies in witn the markets thus of ready no-- er nor nny other one class. May this i The manager was charmed with I, jiow a subscriber, send $3.00 for a full theso counties ho that the Kiim ex cofs, the farmer can market his nrod- - ww dawn of a ureater Kentucky for- - this spirit of courtesy and entreated . years subscription, or .w jui pended will probably exceed two mifl ucts ct allklnds to better advantage ever put a stop to any movement that months' subscription by mail. In every way do it in less time, with would tend to cripple or destroy any the Captain to qome ashore and al lion dollars. It Is estimated that at leapt C.0OO more ease, Ipes cost and greater profit 'of our great 'industries, low him to make some hospitable Pioasa aodontanJ. thtsa rats aro by mail villes of cood roads will be completed than cvir heretofore. only, and not throtwh carnor or aaaaU Good Hoads r no good roads, we Captain declined. mnvp fnrivnrH nnH fnL't. nut- - return. But the rnnil urn mnra hhpaiu enn liftvpr V!llf under this new State Aid Law within OUR SPECIAL- - COHBQtATIOH OFFER: was par of great States The maneuvers in which he the next 16 years, costing when com- - I nary nnd of more economic Importance place in thc 1iDaiIr CToabut Post, ono yoar - - 3.0 , - ticipating, ho said, required all his .fleted approximately thirty millions than possibly any other civic Improve- - around and about uis In progressiveT AV k.1 rMMW. Wall KTKKTT 1 dollars, ll is aiao ebUin.iliu tiutti iut.nl tu which the people of the State ness, education, wealth and industry, time, and he must not allow any--u.rffn. TrnrmrilK'nTi. f 1 yr - aj fthe expenditure of fho two million tan turn their attention, there are.tmtll we have 'become constructive ! Ui las --to delay his departure. AlUfV.w. , dollars this year 'will Increase the other Important things to bo done.' rather than destructive In, our legls-Suc- h ALL. THREE FOR - - Before the Eniden sailed away, value of property to he extent of itt wholesome tax Teforms must beilation. however, the Captain sent his card to the manager with a farewell mes Schools sage, and with his card a bottle of wine and a bos of cigars. the far east to thc Iront with a. eon- her handsome husband, HOW IT FEELS TO "Stanislaus, why do we wait here? voy of Krpp guns flicked Imaginary White Man With Black Liver. tifst from his sleeve and talked .vr-- Oh, yes, I remember, the enemy tried- The Liver Is a blood purifier. It to bomb us. Never mind. Have pa- was thought at one time It was the TO BE BOMBARDED Idly In Krench. "After this war Japan hopes to or- - ttence. 3t Is .an Incident of war." seat of the passions. The trouble with Probably Europe and the Americas most people ts that their Liver be rango a close alliance with Russia." are already ringing with the story comes black because of Impurities in May Fight ia England. Mary Icylc 0'Reffly Writes of The Japanese axcept as Inevitable of ounpanic:" The suggestion secm- - the blood Ave to bad physical states. If you are not familiar with LipplsS- causing Biliousness, Headache, Diza conflict with Great Britain over the ed absurb enough to be true. cott's you are doing yourself ani During Experiences Presently a gun bombed in the ziness and Constipation. Dr. King's Pacific Archipellgo. It will bo the the publishers an Injustice. citadel. The hotel door was un- - Now Life Pills will clean up the third war. ONE STAR Zeppelin Raid. Thought none might leave the ho- - locked and mobs of soldiers were Liver, and give you new life. 25c. AS GOOD AS BOTTLED IX 3 tel "refugees" camo in. Three la- - pushing and Jostling tjiru the sunlit at your Druggist. BOND Delivered anywhere In Wursa-wt Polland, April 10. Let dies from the Polish Red Cross In streets again. the Middle West or East or Presently the throng separated Jevt' In Kalry History. me tell joh how It feels to "be locked military leather coats and nnn-llk- o any place in Kentucky for only Willi tho largo place the Jews bonnets entered nuietlv. The to couples. Comrades sought each In a hotel when the city Is being bombarded by a Zeppelin. 'That is ranking Itusslun officer escorted them other, sons nnd husbands their dear hare in the life of this country at lones. A clock clanged noonday. The present wo are well acquainted, but the adventure 1 had the third day to the elevator. Either in Four Full Quarts "The Standard Fiction Magazine: we have seldom thought of their ac"Our one touch with civilization, Zeppelin was aireaay out oi sigiu. or Gallon Glass Jugs. of my stay In this city. of America" . tivity In the Colonial period of the In the morning when I attempted mesdames;" ho smiled and saluted. Old Quality Is as pure and anrepublic. At the twenty-thir- d A long hatred IluBslan priest enSIM Reward. $199 to leave my hotel tho Bristol one mellow as Whisky can be NOW IN ITS 46th YEAR will be The tered In hnsto, searching for an off- pleasodreaders of this paper least one nual meeting of the American Jewmade. Distilled from the finest of the mnitagcrs locked the door. to learn .that there ts at science has been disease selected grain, assuring that "No one may go out while the icer. Ivan lvanovltch, dying of ty- dreaded cure In allthat stages, and that Is ish Historical Society, hold in New 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a Year its able to wonderful aroma found only in enemy's airmen are bombing Wnr- phus at the military hospital, wished Catarrh. Hair Catarrh Cure Is the only York City, the first day's Influence cure now known to the medical of Jews, mostly of Portugese stock, good Whisky that Is pure On a gunshot a last word with his Lieutenant. ?ooltlve saw," lie explained, (The first magazine to originate tb Catarrh being a constitutional especially suitable for famll "Walt, father, I'll summon him," dlaease, requires a constitutional treat- during our Colonial and Revolutionthis from the citadel I unlock idea of publishing a complole ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Ind Colonel, and Tan ternally, actlnr directly upon the blood ary periods. or medicinal purposes. called a door." novel in each number. mucous surfaces of the system, thereOne paper brought out the part Get our complete price list. So I sat In the crowded foyer to i upstairs simply as a subaltern. All and destroying the foundation of the disby ceases In nearing the ease, and giving the .patient strength by played by the Gratz brothers, Jewish precedence Special prices made in quanwutch behind the scenes of war. A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION building up the constitution and assisting A. zeppelin swooping aver Warsaw Great White Tzar. tities. , nature In doing Us work. The proprietors merchants of Philadelphia, In the so much faith in Its curative pow- trade development of the Ohio and BRINGS YOU Two 'motors held back by the po- have to bombard the new bridge and the ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars & Co. P. R. any case that It hotel Bristol dropped a bomb thai lice, coughed at the curb. From one for list of testimonials.falls to cure, Send Mississippi valleys. A paper read 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Start (or Mall Order Department. sprang an electrifying hussar in skinP. J. CHENET.A A4rM:all Tlrurrtala. tie. CO , Toledo. O. by Dr. Harold Korn, of New York, burst in a street near t&e hotel. 5 60 Timely Articles. Stories. Sold hv Owensboro, Ky. gave the result of a careful study of junr iruw jor constipation. As hundreds oX panes of glajs tight, braided uniform, tossing bis UUIS Striking' Poems. 200 Pages tt P. R. Lancaster & Co., advertisements In the newspapers of .were shattered in the surrounding cloak to an orderly. Anguished Owensboro, Ky. buildings a Polish officer enveloped muscles quivered as he attempted a Doctor's Office and Dwelling for Sale. New York and Massachusetts from Gentlemen: Enclosed find showing the extent ne in his great coat. Next moment rigid salute. We have listed for sale two acres 17C1 to 1789, -- , for which send me, exI Llpplncott's la enjoying a biglie apologized for disarranging my "Is Mme Zypold uptalrs? Then, good ground containing doctor's of- and the varied nature of Jewish press prepaid, qts.; , Thousands of popularity. mercantile activity of that period. thronged foyer witnessed for God's sake, keep her there." A hair. The gals. Old Quality 1 Star. v dwelling, all necessary Another paper brought out the part hew readers have been addid t fice, Colonel's quite voice puts questions. the lucident unmoved. Name subscription list during the pas 2 wells water, 1 cistern played by a Jew Moses M. Hays "They found him of course? God Women Protected. Express Office few months, and Its circulation J and orchard. Splendid location tor in the Introduction of Free Masonry Men near a firing line assume the be thanked for that. Dr. Bulman, Postoffice - of Increasing rapidly. Secretary Frled-enberInto this country. rlitht to protect the few women will you go to the madame and do physician. None wlthla a radiusCut Out and Mall Now. Easy teraifl to right five miles. as a result of extended re about. People aro their real selves what yarn can?" search, reported that when the RevImmediately a score of friends re party. Call on, or address behind the scenes of war. There is HOW TO REDUCE THE . BARNETT & SON. Agts., olution came the Jews, almost withno time for paltry conventions; life counted the dead man's qualities. A . Ky. Hartford, out exception an able commander, 34tf took tho American COST OF GOOD READWfr Is real, simple earnest. It becomes loyal friend, OVER 65 YEARS' side. curiously natural to show emotion these last months tho happiest of a y EXPERIENCE for Send "So far as Is known," he said, Man Taken His Own Medicine In public, 1 weep, even to pray. What pleasant life poor madame! Optimist. Is An K)en Weiirchlng Crowd. "there were ouly two Jewish families Is tho use of feigning when tomorrow Llpplncott's "Little Book of A little, old, old lady limped past ,He has absoluto faith in his med- among the United Empire Loyalists." may end It all? Perhaps the world Bargains" when ho takes it for Scattered over all the face of tho on icine he knows will Uo less of a stage after the great the door guard, camo tho marble' floor. Her blue eyes, big certain ailments he gets relief. . Peo- earth, it has generally been truo that war. New Edition Just Published for tUsj Dr, King's New Dis- tho Jews as a people have been loyal A very little boj In Russian bloufj and anxious as a child's, searched ple who tako Trade Marks 4 Season covery for an Irritating Cold are op- to the land they have adopted, and Dcsians the moving crowd. and fur boots piped up anxiously. Copyrights Ac. they know this cough reme- this sohietlmes In the face of relign "Mother!" The giant General timists SENT FREE UPON REQUEST AnToneM-nAliiartttrhnnddcucrlptlnnniaT "Little mother, why didn't tho qulrklr uiinum i,ur gjukmi ffto vhitlitr an ' is rniiAt y rUiii'H'i, t nmniiiuicn. stay to fight? Will they como folded her In his great arms so that dy will penetrate tho linings of tho ious persecution. IiUTfiulnii IliNOCCOK Ml 1'ulei.ta J. B. LIPPINCOtT COMFAHlf throat, kill tho germs, and open the Truly?" No one she quite disappeared. t icnifrco. oi.lc.l ncuicr lurrtturiuif paunta. back I'jiPius taken tiir.uLh Munu Cv.rn.Ure (Meoiwthy. KASIIINOTON SB-I- ' "Ml iMULADELPIfro , "NIcholl! They told me It said way for Nature to act. You can't rft M iiudcr, nilliuut cbart-e- tutuo c'eo pad the fler tho tribute of conDr. Dockery, whose olllco Is a Cold by superficial treat"she smiled uj ut dobtroy in tlo paper cern. Scientific go to the cause of at Beaver Dam, will be In Hartford soldlors In ,bi!f lilm thru happy tears, A doten ment you must To Prevent Uood Poisoning Three, hundred clr 'g A hindsamelr niuttrsl4 no an optimist. .Get every Monday, Wednesday and Frl- - euUiioii tmt vit.n eilr. Trcest Uu apply at ouce tUe woodufnloljl reliable UK trouble, iruil, 'leruis. Vru too strangers exprossod unanimous opin tho i x bootu and bpltod blo.tuiMi r. nri f it, mo f . l H!a Lr.ill tlnwaiW-ul- i ... pJ- OKrjiKSANTlbJU'VlC a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery day of each week and will treat ion of the papers, busy UteouwiinB actual war, ' cl tlMs.rz H; t rciirrn pain suit lirH ' 3 tltnts at' their homes. 37tf MiJNHSGo."BfM"'N6wYork A ollsa grutide- - dame questioned ( y sauveJai)a"neoe on his way from c. S0v. V- Xil.r wuit time. .Mil a liaimtct A . -" J- ZMawz5Zf&il . S. ,.. i.i.flTTILiWi' 'i- - jti "3-- . ni !' '..r 'mmmmmmi i :vCMfe'V; Tl ZJirsr&&HE&&VJSi.. VTtefcisP'-- :ft --- "' rr.-iw-tLT7" IT- -- .- Zi-j- - m MATHENEY & BATTS g "'" " ""'..' e g l IWt iZ'll -t- 1 a lS2i.rr"rIi, . I old-fas- tcan mar-owne- ds hand-!n-'i"- U . wlaj-ies- them-.itelvc- A2 or !ilci-rilfr- v- -- iNowFora Greater Kentucky, Better Roads. Better ami Lower Taxes "Old Quality" . LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE lto $3.00 Per Gallon -- gray-haire- Lancaster H-m- - lval g, - To-da- 12SEIE Jtoicrieaii S lis 1913-191- nlr-rre- i , JIi:AU.S-UOlt..aur- to-da- I aa. ALJtA- ..alv.sj. ffi .A a -- . ..-- ,. 5 - -- rrr i -- v wYrtr 2SuM,rttnftRHit - gulshed one by one t.i dwnlllnghoiut; D and their occupants re'ind for their A weary PsHm was TUC flUIl V DCllrnVln,Bhl8 rC8t nPPronc,,lnR river, ilo !llL UllLT ntMLlll tottered from exertion, oume neater, " " and his form appeared fr.mlllar. 't W,,M him the lost nrhcrman. ufc It Cannot Come Until Free-Trad- e had been lost since early In the niter-noo- n is Abolished in the Presidenlost on Rough river a stream about fifty yards wide and running tial Election of 1916. In only two He's no directions. youngster neither. He's noted for his knowledge of the forests and their The one great big Issue In the occupants, campaign of 1916 will bo the Tariff. The enactment of the Underwood a few days ago Al Uarnctt tacked Simmons law and up cards of his favorite candidate consequent dnmnge to business made for governor. He placed them so the Tariff the only possible issue, high 0n certain poles that only those Q 'There Is no country-wid- e condition with the best of eyes could read 1 y that demands remedial legls-- , the largo print and recognize the pic- lntlon as does the deplorable con.ll-jtur- e thereon. No ladder was used tlon of business. The great pity Is, and many marveled at his reach. I that relief cannot cgmo sooner th.int0w, A." Petty comes .out with thej assort-me- nt It will through the electing of n Re cards of his favorite candidate and W publican President and a Republican nnd on several trees and poles they' Congress in 191C. The problPty of 'nppenr several Inches.even feet.above such a change for the (much) better JAPs and It Is said that he tacked at this time grows stronger every them up while standing I day. In fact, it may well be termed ' . ns a ccrtalnity. The Free-Trad- e , The wrltc Raw blight has been hpavy nnd widespread gathercd on' the bridge the other day nnd the people of this country await am, tney ppcarcd t0 bo watching anxiously and with patience quite' nihnriI natural, and therefore excusable, for gnn to grow curious and In a few the time to come when they can minutes the bridge was crowded, again register their disapproval of and none BeemC(, , , ft t, muLLi-iaiaiaiuU...Bllll..B,once saw ,e 8,ght Th,g wa9 tJ0 mm arc khuwii wiruusii pasi exper- - ,...,. for mlr cllPnaitv nn,, tt. ,ninn, ience, to be Injurious to the business the crowd. Here's whnt we saw interests of the country. about a hundred yards up the river' It must be remembered that the R. R. Riley equipped with an old i majority of the voters did not really rusty hoc, was digging fishing worms ' vote for a tariff .for revenue only on the bank. Working coatless, ho' and for tho abol had dug up a spot about the size of ishing of the Protective Tariff. True nn ordinary garden. At last reports those who voted for Mr. Wilson vot his condition was not thought to be ed for the abolishing of the Protect- as serious as at first reported. ive Tariff, although many of them may not have realized what they were There are three fishing parties out doing in that respect. It is quite this week and altho they will be welposible that even some Democrats comed back, Hartford people are quite a considerable number of them, dreading the many fish stories that inadver voted for will be forced upon them next week. tently. It seems Incredible that any business man or any workingman 27-2Eight new members were Initiatwould vote deliberately against his With the baseball season on, the ed by the Yellow Dogs, Friday night. The business sessions will be held own interests the former voting There is a demand for kennels at European War and Roosevelt-Barne- s at the Watterson and an open meetlaw suit In full blast Mexico doesn't ing will be held at Macauley's The- himself a reduction of business and Rockport, Beaver Dam, and Dundee. .come In for much attention, Just ater, May 27, at which' time addresses the latter voting himself out of a In the near future lodges will be orjob or a reduction in pay, but thouwait, tho, she'll kill a president, or ganized at those points. will be made by some of the most sands did that very thing in 1912, do something to bring her Into the notable figures In the building and either unwittingly or with blind limelight again. loan work in America. Several enMr. E. G. Barrass, a very true and " An American, ship has been sunk tertainments are planned for the del- partisanship. there were not enough loyal baseball fan gave us the followHowever, and all votes cast for the Democratic ticket ing for publication. That is, he The ad- egates to the convention by a German submarine. ministration is holding an investi- Kentuckians who are interested in to have brought about this deplorable promised to, but it was thru the gation to learn the cause of the sink- the subjects, particularly the sub- -. change of the Tariff policy of the courtesy of Mrs. Barrass that we fining, and everywhere a big fuss is be- ject of "Farm Loans," are invited country, had the G. O. P. remained ally got it. "Batter Vp." ing made of the incident. But what to the Macauley's Theater meeting. intact. Without the aid of RepubliThe Kentucky League has decided cans calling themselves "Progresarc we going to do? Suppose GerShe was a bright girl and her esmany 'did sink It and without cause? to spend much of its energies this sives" Who voted for Colonel Roose- cort who was also her intended, was Are we going over and clean up with year in building associations, at least velt or Mr. Wilson, in either case the determined to find out how quickly themiscreants as we did those pesky one In every county and in this work effect being the same, the Democrat- she grasped the points of the game. I Greasers when they refused to sa- will have the fullest ic party could not have won. Those She got on so well that he" ventured from the banks and trust companies, voters were not Free-TraDemo- a light witticism on the subject. lute the flag. which are unable to make the long crats. Neither were they Free-Trad- e "Baseball reminds me of thehouse-hold,- " The first bath room for which I am given Hartford High School never has time loans that small home-seeke"ProgresRepublicans or Frcc-Trad- o he remarked, "there's tho contract, provided same is made within of any kind reulre, an average on the building sives." All were Protectionists bad an athetotic team plate, the batter, the fowls, the files, that could beat any other team with and loan plan of twelve years. some of the ultra kind anc others of etc." . the next month. If in need of other buildThe Louisville Associations have the conservative class, but still all Consistency. The fact Is it has had "And It reminds me of marriage," ing materia see me. .mighty few teams at all and even agreed to supply without cost copies Protectionists. Had they voted the she retorted, "first the diamond. 'by-lato persons through Republican ticket, those never had the real support and of their the business of the where they are engaged, then the backing of the school. Why has this out the State who are considering country would have continued to struggles and the hits, then tho men of such associa- prosper Immensely, for then there going out, and finally the difficulty phase of school life been neglected? the organization it appeals strongly to the aver- tions In their local communities. That would have been no Democrats med- they have in getting home." Application has been made for low dling witli the Tariff. The great age youth is admitted, and many a And he sat and thought and student could be attracted to the I.railroad rates to Louisville on ac- - bulk of these did not leave the Re- thought. Jpcal school by such means. Not only . count of the convention. Ing for tho workingmen that I publican party at all. They voted LABOR LEADER IS would athletics appeal to many who In and that will go the "Progressive" ticket or voted for A WorkinRmun's Answer. otherwise would not continue In "Possum Hunter" Cases in llutlcr Mr. Wilson for temporary purposes ahead. Even for me, It's a long way answering Prcsl- A workingman Continued. DECLARED GUILTY to tho penitentiary. My attorneys school but it would make school life purposes confined to that single dent Wilson's political speech made Morgantown, Ky., May 3. This campaign. more interesting for thoso enrolled. y will not give up until everything posthey are heart in Indianapolis in Jnnuary in a com- Tls true, there would be some ex was the opening day of tho May and soul with the G. O. P. and they munlcatlon to an Indianapolis newssible has been done to save me." pense attached but there are many term of the Butler county court, and will bo In 19 1C and with them will paper, writes: 'John K. Lawson Convicted of Commenting on tho verdict Horace ways by which money can be raised i a large crowd was in attendance in be no inconsiderable number of Free-TraN. Hawkins, chief counsel for the In the past or present business In e expectations that tho Murder Growing Out of for such a purpose and if the defense, said: hurt Democrats, and therin activity, resulting In thousands upon dents are really interested they will "possum hunting" cases would be lies the country's hopes for better thousands of wage earners being Idle "I do not believe the verdict ever Strike in Colorado. help. Organize this branch, put a called for trial. However, they were times after 191C. will bo sustained. It Is contrary to .' teaches a lesson It will certainly . .. .. up and it is understood manly coacii in cnarge a.nu tne moral not taken tho evidence. I shall fight this case make clear the fact that with the will be that an order will be entered by and physical development Notice To Claimants. coming of the Republican party again Trinidad, Col., May 4. John It. as long as there are courts In which surprising. A football team should Judge McKenzle Moss All Persons having claims against into control of national affairs, good to fight." Lawson, member of tho International be developed to meet the challenges putting them over until the October tho estate of John P. Foster, deceas- business activity comes also. Fred Karrar, Attorney General of Commonwealth's ed, are hereby notified to present high schools. It term of the court. of neighboring How many wage earners cannot see Executive Hoard of the United Colorado, commenting upon the conwould not carry away many laurels Attorney Gillian and lawyers for the same to the undersigned adminisof America, Monday was viction of Lawson, said: this after passing through these Demthe first year, certainly, but In a few accused having reached an agree- trators at Harftord, Kentucky, prop- ocratic dull times Is a mystery to tho found guilty of murder In the first "I think this Is tho first case on years it should bo ablo to hold its ment to that effect. It is believed erly proven, as the law directs, on writer. It the election of 1916 is degree in connection with tho death record where ono of the leaders ot diffi own within its class. There would be that if there are no further or before the 15th day of June, hunting" 1915, or they will bo forever barred. not a landslide for the Republicans, at Ludlow, Col., October 25, 1913, of a union has been convicted of crimes no trouble as to basket ball and, base- culties on the "possum the handwriting on the wall doesn't John Nlmmo, a deputy sheriff. Law-so- n of violence arising from tho conduct ball, too, would take caro of itself. typo between this time and the Octo- All persons knowing thomselves in- mean anything. ' was sentenced to spend the re- of a strike. The McNahiara case town would support these var- ber term the indictments will be filed debted to this estate, by note or acThe Who of us does not remember what was based upon a confession. The ious teams if they were deserving away. count, will please call and settle on we experienced during the Cleveland mainder of his life at hard labor in Lawson case was S not." Under About seventy persons are under or before the above named date, as the rupport. More than that. the Colorado penitentiary. ' administration? Thousands of us ... chance to support such teams would indictment. So far. there has been one we desire to wind up the business mechanics out of work. Many idle the Colorado statutes the Jury, which CASH 1MHCKS. , been deliberating since Saturbe welcomed by local lovers of clean convlctipn, that of Pres. C. Jenkins, as speedily as practicable. mechanics who were not accustomed had Dest quality Mixed Paint, any who was tried, at Bowling Green on eports. day night,, was empowered to return ELLIS H. FOSTER, to laboring with pick and shovel a change of venuo asked by the a sentence either of death or life im- color, $1.40 per gallon. .WALTER FOSTER, marched down to Garfield Park in Pure Lead 8c per pound, . , Scores Chump Clark. Thirty days were given Commonwealth. A motion for a new' 40t4 prisonment. Administrators, the early morning to earn a few dol- attorneys Pure Linseed Oil 70c per gallon. The fqlowlng is taken from tho trial is pending. defense to fllea mo. for the lars working for the city, on the dam All kinds building Material very Of ceo) a Times, Osceola, Ark. of the A number of civil caes growtion for a new trial. Local Gossip. for the present artificial lake there. ikbue of April 23: "possum huning out of the Judge lUllyer later announced that low. One of our old friends went. Ash- Soup houses wcre established about Extra "When it was announced dial' Hon. ting" have been put over until the Shingles $3.25-pe- r the labor leader would be released ing on RougbJ River the other day the city to feed worthy hungry. It 1,000. Champ Clark, Speaker of the House October bond' pending action on term. What disposition were caused consid- the Democratic wage earner will on 120,000 Also 38 second-han- d of Representatives, the second In in- will be made of them then is not and his friends Sewing Ma motion for a new trial. Law- erable uneasiness when she failed to be fair to bis best Interests, by being his fluence in our Federal Government, known. In these cases the plainbond la Las Animas chines, somo good as new; from "1 1 They watt- convinced that a Republican form of son's former was to address the Arkansas Teach- tiffs ask damages in various amounts. return at his usual hour. county was $15,000. The new bond to $10.00 each. Government Is the best friend any ed and waited, in anticipation of , HARTFORD MILL CO. ers' Asociatlon last week, the teachbefor at a a fine catch. Tho sun hcsl-tnte- wage earner can have, he will assert was arranged Hillyer conference N. Barred Rocks. ers felt hpnored. They expected a and Horace tween .Judge then ducked beneath the hori- his political rights as an independent I have just bought from the esgreat inspiring address from a great C.'C. Marlow Dead. f vanderlng fisher- voter hereafter, and thereby have a Hawkins, chief counsel for the deman. When he was introduced they tate of J. P. Foster 12 fine barred zon, and still the C. C. Marlow, a well known citman did not appear. Uneasiness had right to enjoy the good times coming fense. nfght gave him an ovation. His reputation rock hens and the rooster that cost Lawson sent a message izen of Haynesvllle, died at his home Last general alarm when us Republican workingmen did not reulre him to bo profund, him 25; also one fine rooster from by then been placed by to ihis wife telling her of the ver- Wendesday at 10 o'clock. of or but his, position and standing before Pope & Pope that I put in the pen among his friends and talk began again get a chance with the ballot. Lawson,' an invalid, sufwas 67 years old and had searching party Munlce (Ind.) National Republican. dict. Mrs. tbned down his bom- with the 12 hens and I have penned ganizing the nation have fering from" nervous breakdown, is many friends and relatives here .and was feared (bat our old friend had bastic announcement the night be- tho Foster rooster with my barred It at Fordsvllle. in Lob Angeles. Notice. Time passed on nnd I now have three fine been drowned. fore, and frequent reference to self rock hens. "They may get me, but they can't Funeral services will be,,held this Co. II, K. N. G will meet at the searching party wa almost roidj the in the address; but these things pens. Eggs l& tor si.uu; uay-oi- u armory Saturday evening, 2:30, for defeat the cause of labor," said Law-so- n. morning at Zion church,. near Fords- - k might be excused if lie had measur- chicks lGc each. Goshen and New to start. Grab 'hooks wtre sent for "I'm not worrying .about my- - vllle, at 10 o'clock, and burial will f and it was decided to urag the river. regular drill. Every member urged ed up lo the standard. While there York rooster Jn pen No. 3. self, lt'8 the fight 1 have been,mak- - follow in the Fordsvllle cemetery. C. B. SHOWN. - 'to be present. were occasional keen wijh, much 41t4 J. C. ILER, Hartford. Il.irjlits began 'to flioiier, were txtlnsound suggestion, and some practic-a- l Illustrations, tho address for such an occasion lacked finish, originaliHardly a rottofflca ty, force and real vision. ortlm to law t Cat.rd mull mttr of the et tond hearer that had inbt gone further In rtfor1, Ky., cJ&u, Still the disappointment thinking. over the quality of the address might C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor not have found expression If tho conALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor viction had not forced Itself on many In the audience that they were lisAddress all communications to tening to a man who was not himself I rji Hartford Republican. that alcohol had numbed his brain . and Impaired his physical powers. Pity, disgust, shame, Indignation NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ffut to n nm wcre tne feelings of many of his 8ubriirf deMritiK th ddrf..moH(rfTMheol,lnldiw.lomaUnKthe!hoarer8 nn) g0Qj c,zen8 of uule Think of the Speaker of the Notice. loc iriiiFHdte! Rock. House of Representatives, ih n.Mitionui moriiin. vt irtor iieiioiatiotiiiniiiitHriioi iniosf National narrowly escaped tne pres- w.w,0 ia(j Oiitnic. rer lln. - inoner In ndvnnrr. Idency, standing before the teachers . . .fttfk tmrco .'nun- - km d..HIlAAl "" bnt otter .ii.i in buu. mmiuii.u.. ,i,. per line. i..v j"' btrfhadTertl.emte.V no the men near hlra sat tense and win receir cuiuraaiiirntion Anon.ncono Mention ready to spring to tits side If ho " 'should reel from the platform. In :ec. a man speech .13 this today he declared that himself Ciica'eorlaiid. should disgrace who Ins Aaron Durr had done, could not hold office. Was he unconsciously FJUDAY, MAY 7. prophesying? In the duel between his two natures Champ Clark has The War costs England ten mil- killed his better self. Is he worthy lion dollars a day. Tommy Adkins of confidence In this critical hour? When the English Chancellor de- must belong to the union. : clares that England is fighting Ger- It seems that Japan just can't keep imany and Austria and drink, and the out of the scrap. Why not let her greatest of these is drink, are wo to tie up with Italy? Poor old China 'be led by a man who has tamely sur- 'rendered to this enemy of the liumnn doesn't want to fight. race? As a Democrat the editor has We used to think the biggest lies j been proud of the achievements of were told about fish but since! the Speaker of the House, but he If the Nation Sunday we have decided that hail is now feels betrayed. jls to be safe, if the Democratic par- the most fitting subject. ty is to maintain it must Back to the school room for Mr. banish such a leader. "Thou has Cherry. If we could only persuade been weighed in the balance, and art one other gentleman to take such a found wanting." Western Method- course the European War might not 1st. be such a drawback to business. Building and Loan Associations to Mr. Morrow opened his campaign , Meet. at Paintsvllle Monday for the ReUnusual interest attaches to the publican nomination for governor. A forthcoming convention of the Kenrecord-breakin- g crowd heard him tucky League of Building and Loan make his opening speech and running Asociations, which will be held at true to form it was a great one. the Watterson Hotel, Louisville, May H irtford RepubJican. LEGISLATION IS "p f' !SQrS-rorVMEN'S te OXFORDS! M r. Low Cut Shoes for Summer are a great deal more pleasant B.ii..ort . near-frce-trn- j i '"""' 9 to-da- and comfortable for Summer wear than Shoes. They wear as well and are just as economic I S cal for you to buy. We have quite a big of styles in all leathers for d. i J ,.,..... ,..,., ,,. you to select from. For over fifteen years we have sold to young men and old the U11-I.U- ' self-respe- (near-Free-Trad- e) celebrated KING QUALITY Shoes and Oxfords. We can truthfully recommend these shoes to you. We know what they are by years of satisfactory service to our custom ers. near-Free-Tra- Why should you take a chance? Come to this store. You can get a pair of Oxfords priced a) $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. S. E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. !tt&$$$sro$vros$;rvras; Will Install de at Absolute Cost rs PAUL WOODWARD, - Contractor J To-da- I de stu-Uli- Mine-worke- rs Star-A-St- ar d, A -1 WE ARE PREPARED We Messrs. Kobt. Hard wick, Owens Iboro; Harry Hrldges, Louisville; 'nowan Holbrook, J. 3. Cecil, 13. P. Thomas, J. W. Ford anil Hcv. II. W. Napier nro spending tho week nt ' Mr. Ford'B farm on lower Hough river. The revival which liaH been going on at the Christian church for over A 'two weeks, closed last flight. large audience was out to hear Dr. Lloyd's last sermon. Several addi tions to the church resulted from the revival. I STATE AID MONEY FOR ANY PURPOSE!! BLOOM VEVE GOTTHEL. NEW THINGS if Attorney General Says It Goes to Mfe it. ECai i jMr-. in .. rG ill m J ifXi are prepared now rl W Treasurer, Subject to Order. to show you a splenbid line of new Wash materials in Sheer Quality, plain White or Fancy fabric, that are so much in demand. These goods are very popular for your commencement dresses or midsummer wear. If interested call or write us and we will submit - Jf J 1 Frankfort, Ky., May 5. Counties which have issued road bonds and At the trnstou election held In the are entitled to reimbursement unschool building Saturday Messrs. J. der the State-nl- d I IN law to one-hathe 1). Duke und J. It. H. Carson were amount expended In construction or elected to succeed themselves. A reconstruction of tho roads, may use ' very light voto was cast and the tho money received from the State' election of tho above named gcntlo-Imc- n for any county purposes. An opinI me v was practically unanimous. W m .'I; ion of this point was given by AttorLightning struck tha ham of Mr. ney General Garnett In regard to iF. W. IMrtle, East Hartford, Sunday tho Hell county bonds, the question 'causing it to ho completely destroyed being asked whether this money by lire. Tho barn was a new, well must bp used for road purposes, for ' built and contained n considerable; the sinking fund to retire bonds or amount of feed stuff nnd other ma for some other purpose. He said terial, tho contents being insured. it goes to the County Treasurer sub The total los" amounted to about ject to the order of the Fiscal $2,000 Court. Attorney General Garnett takes Bjh" I !w Sunday at 12:30 hall began falltho view that the law enacted under ing and for five minutes rained upon tho earth like marbles. A hard the Constitution provides that the YOU NEED 5oME TA-5TY- , NEW FURNISHIdownpour of rain followed. It State may lend Its aid to counties for road purposes. This raises a Every Week. seems that tho rain as well as the NG GOOD S AND A NOBBY, NEW "LID" To hail was confined principally to this further question as to whether the A Smart W.i.1 and Skirl J road tax has become a bindFront and Back vicinity. A local paper hoy was caught out In tho hail and his face ing obligation on the State, which It Fine assortment of Slip- - Jwo jj.jjjn, No..6S7in.isso. McCain;. arc tnctuilril cannot repeal. Tho question has considerably bruised as a result. V LOOK THROUGH YOUR OUTFIT AND MAKE unon the q moIcIi made for the been considerably discussed In regard . o jmt. pers in Patent, Gun Metal, Mr. Wallaco W. Urowder, tho new to bond issues. A LIJT OF WHAT YOU NEED. THEN COME demonstrator for Ohio county, style Hosiery in farm arrived in Hartford and will A number of counties have Issued White, Black or Canvas. has running into the hundreds of bonds INTO OUR STORE. THE TIES, Ho.SE, have offices over the Bank of HartPure Silk or Silk Lisle in all the new shades, inthousands of dollars and aggregatford where the farmers can consult ing inlllons, State-ai- d which under the cluding the popular Palm Beach. UNDERWEAR AND HAT5 WE WILL SHOW him on topics pertaining to their law obligates the State to reimcourtework. Mr. M. O. Hughes, of BowlMcCall carried in stock .and exburse them to half the amount" YOU WILL PERSUADE YOU To BUY WHAT ing Green, connected with the Govpended for road construction when ous salesladies to aid you in your selections. ernment Farm Department for Westconditions of the law are 'observYOU NEED FROM US. ern Kentucky, was here? Tuesday the Mr. our inducements. Call and see us and These ed. helping Mr. Urowder in starting off county mayGarnett holds that the expend the entire amount remember AND WHEN YOU BUY FRoM JS ONCE'YoU the work. at once, the State paying back the Judge John B. Wilson and Countr pro rata 2 per cent of the road fund WILL COME AGAIN.' IT ONCE." Attorney C. E. Smith weilt to Frank- due the county year to year until the fort yesterday In response to re- county has been reimbursed half the quest of Robert C. Terrell, State amount expended. The same is true, Highway Commlbsloner, for the pur- he says, of the counties which make pose of confprrlng with him, con- a levy for their share of State-ai- d cerning construction of several miles operations. of piko roads In Ohio county under County Attorney Charles Dawson, the provisions of the State-ai- d laws of Bell, pointed out that if counties of the last Legislature. Mr. Grimes, issuing bonds could expend each year INCORPORATED. of the State Highway Department, under State aid only the amount the was hero a few days ago and went State is authorized to disburse In over the roads proposed to be im- any one year.'the bonds would avail proved, with Judge Wilson, Road nothing. Engineer Benton, and others. It Mr. Garnett also held that when will probably be determined during bids' for road construction have been the conference the date ot the begin- advertised for and the county and ' Mr- - c- - y- - AUen ot cromwdi. whs ning of the work. State authorities consider them, un- - days before the'dstte of the examinI' ... ' TrS'? . mc-isatisfactory, the- - county' may pro ation, otherwise it ftfay"bet impracAticu JO UUV Ul fcl Notice. thU paper,'B oldest subscribers. ceed to contruct its own roads, ac- ticable to examine the applicants. " The stockholders and Directors cording FRIDAY, MAV 7. to the plans as'prescrlbed by United States. Civil Service CommisKeown left 'yesterday of the Cromwell Deposit Bank, of Mr. Cat--P. ' ' r law. the State-ai- d sion. afternoon to attend the funeral ot Cromwell, Ohio County, Ky.,havlng -- v H. & ST. L. R. R. TIME TABLE. Mr C- - c Marlow, near Fordsvllle, It, by proper resolutions determined to Notice. Screens. No. IIS duo at Ellmltch 9:20 a.m. r Mr. William Lake, ot the Washing- go out of business and liquitate, Anybody wanting to buy a MonuNo, 114 due at Ellmltch 0:15 p.m. Swat the fly! Certainly. But ton neighborhood, went to Owcas-bor- o notice Is hereby given that all de- ment or a tombstone, write or call No 112, Lv. Ellmttch . 3:40- - p.m. first try to keep him out with. good Monday to servo as a juror 'in positors and creditors of said bank mo. Ptione 2 on 1. Ar. lrvlngton . 3:40 . screens. It the pesky critter does will be paid in full through the Federal Court. LESLIE WHITE, agent, Lv. lrvlngton . G:4 p.m. get In and he seems bound to-- then Beaver Dam Deposit bank of Beaver Just ln,large line Spalding Base Dam, Ky., Batzetown, Ky. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. swat him. And you need good and distribution to stock Goods Balls, Hats and ,all No. 111 Lv. Louisville . . 8:35 a.m. Ball strong screens to stand the strain of holders will be made at once through Prices to suit thetimes. Seeds. Ar. lrvlngton . .10:06 a. m. kinds of gloves. the swat. It's screening time. Come same bank. 42t4 ILER & BLACK. It's seedtime now. If you haven't in and get our prices on "screens. a. ni. Lv. lrvlngton .10:40 All kinds of repair work CROMWELL DEPOSIT BANK. already begun your garden you'll We cut to the size you want if you city, Mr. E. Ar. Ellmltch . . 1:04 a. in. By J. J. Stewart, President. given prompt and careful find a fine variety of seeds here. The are passed the law oxaminatlon at Do it now or you'll By Deltner Stewart.Cashler. beauty about them is that they are have to swat more flies Tuesday and will practico M., H. & K. . It. TIMK TAUI.K. later than attention. In Ament's brand new stock and bound to give you want to. the profession here. South Bound, No. 116 CENTRAL GROVE. ILER & BLACK. you the best results. Speaking of old stand, across street y8:45 a. m, Potatoes-Earl.May 5. Sunday School Rose"and Early Duo at Hartford at this imNorth Hound, No. Ill Ohio 12.00 per bag whllo they place Is progressing with Mr. M. G. gardens, do you need any new Poultry Wanted. of from Barnes Bros. Give plements? Remember this store G:15 p. m, last, 2 Sjiell Superintendent. Due at Hartford bushels in bag. Will receive at Dundee, Ky., all whenever you think of hardware. Trains.) me a call. ALL WORK (Doth "Mixed ILEH & BLACK. Rev. Wade preached an interestYou have a big variety to select day on Monday, May 10, and Hart Mr. W. F71sTevens7"of route 7, was ing sermon at this place Sunday. ford, Tuesday, May 11 beginning GUARANTEED. Mrs. Diannah Martin who has been from, and the prices are just as low Mr. SteveiiB has hero Thursday. Wire cloth at S. L. King's. at 10 o'clock. Will pay the followVisiting her daughter, Mrs. Pearl as we can make them. been a subscriber to this paper ever ing cash prices at both places: Mr. Llgo" Williams was in ILER & BLACK. Sanderfur, at Simmons, returned slnco it was founded. Hens 12c Monday. Ice. We are in tha Game to stay. home Sunday. Fourth-Clas- s 6c Roosters Postmaster Kxuminu-tio- n. Swan Hats. Misses Euna and Charlena Rowe, Customers holding Ice tickets get Expert Jeweler and Ducks 10c HUB CLOTHING CO. of Centertown Ky., are visiting their Optician, Preferred service. Geese 5c Saturday, May 22, 1915. The sister, Mrs. Elsworth Rowe, this Manhattan Shirts. HOOVEIl BROS. Turkeys 9c United States Civil Service CommisDam, Ky. HUB CLOTHING CO., week. Everything-i- n" Guineas 16c each -the Chicken line. Mr. Goble Porter who has been on sion announces that on the date Mr. It. TrColllnswas"in Owens-bor- o Little Grit and Charcoal Chicken Please do not feed your poultry the sick list for about thirty days is named above an examination will be Tuesday. Feed and Drinking Fountains. held at Hartford, Ky., as a result of on date ot dellvery.as poultry does thought to be Improving. Mr. I. P. Darnnrd, of Louisville, riot thrive that has been stuffed, ILER & BLACK. Miss Mable TIchenor and Mr. which it is expected to make certifi"THE STUBBDEN BUST" this week. was hero Get your Fertilizer, Field Seeds Thomas Barnard, visited Mr. and cation to fill a contemplated vacancy and in addition to that, it runs our to and Farm Implements, from. shrinkage up. Mr.-- J. Neyostcfrreturne(J; Mrs. Emerson Stevens Saturday night In the position ot fourth class postPlen&o tell Last car cf season. Phlllpp, Miss., Tuesday. D. L. D. SANDERFUR. master at Cromwell, Ky., and other and Sunday. Beaver Dam, Ky. vacancies as they may occur at that your neighbors. Mr. HoyafTaylor arrived from 40t3 Tlchenqr, Mr. Worth of the W. E. ELLIS ft BRO., Elkton, Tenn., Saturday. For lower prlceson Farm and Goshen neighborhood was thrown office, unless it shall be decided in t Hartford, Ky. spent the day Poultry Fencing 'and Barbed Wire, from a mule last Monday and was the Interest of the service to fill the Mr. Glenn Barnes ' palnfuly hurt, but the doctor vacancy by reinstatement. The comACTON BROS., call on in Owensboro Tuesday. la Memory. pensation of the postmaster at this Hartford, Ky. 40tf finds the case not serious. Suits. See ourAH-WoAt an early hour on the morning office was $356 for the last fiscal Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rowe returnLost. Pocketbook on streets of HUB CLOTHING CO. 'la" VVCk. year. of April the twentieth, nineteen hun- Allen, of Mt. Pleas Hartford last Saturday, containing ed home- Monday, after a four weeks Prof. Clarence Age limit, 21 years and over on dreed and fifteen, the death angel vispaper money. Return to this office visit to the latter'a parents, Mr. and ant, was in town Monday. 40tf Mrs. R. H. Brown. They were ac- the date of the examination, with the ited the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. for description and reward. wo- York and claimed as Its own their Hon. E. M. Woodward was in cent, discount on Ice companied by their little son Nor-vll- le exception that in a State where Ice. 10 per and other points this week. men are declared by statute to be of youngest daughter, Jennie, aged sixLenwood, who made his arrival tickets. We are in the business to full age for all purposes at ,18 years, teen years, two months and fifteen Crossett Shoes and Slippers. stay. Ice delivered every day at the April, 18. women 18 years of age at the date of days. Her life was one of much HUB CLOTHING CO. Mr. J. W. Roader and son, Roy are rate of UOcts per hundred lb, rain pain and suffering, having suffered may derive bis obstinacy from the vIsltlngjMr. and Mrs. Emerson Stev the examination will be admttted. Fpr Cabbage and Sweet Potato or shine. Applicants must reside within the since early childhood from rheuma fact that he is being led away from, 42t4 ens, ot near Prentls, Ky this week. ,M,811ps, see Albeft Rial, Just received, .another large shipfinally affected her rather than to, our supply 'of feed be Miss Carrie Stewart is visiting her territory supplied by the, postotflce tism, which For gale A good work mule. ment of Farming Tools Hoes, aunt, Mrs. Sallle for which tho examination Is an- lungs, liver and heart causing drop- - knows will make him a good meal. Porter this week. U. B. CARSON, Grocer. ZUt Try driving htm our way won't take Rakes, Spades, Shovels, Pitchforks By of the heart. Messrs. Noah Rowe, Ellis Brown nounced. Mrs. Ned Turley of Beaver Dam, and many other, things, She had been an Invalid about four much compulsion. 'We hare no fear The' examination is open to all and Willie Roeder are the proud ILER"1: BLACK, was the guest ot relatives here last cltlsena of the United States who can years and though all those long ot temporary and permanent results owners of new whele. week. , , .(, V comply with the requirements. We can furnish you Daybreak months of suffering, she was always from feeding horses, cattle, pigs and Application forms and full Infor- patient, cheerful and bright. . Jen-- , poultry on our bay, grain, etc, Wire Cioth,any width from 24 to Corn and Tobacco Grower Fertilizer Farm, New Wftfcwvtfle, Vr Bale. ' I 40 inches, black- and galvanized, at at reasonable prices. We have listed with w a, good 10& mation concerning the requirements nie was the moi or tne nome ana ner ACTON BROS., L. King's. be secured Bweet presence will be sadly missed. 8. acre farm 4 Miles houih or of the examination .can Hartford, Ky. The Produce Merchants Whltesvllle, about half ot it bottom from the postmaster at Cromwell Her sorrowing loved ones have the Mrs. John WfTaylor and daughter 40tf sympathy ot their friends ' HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Messrs. 'tThT Black," P. B. Taylor, land, and .forty acres in timber in- or from the United States Civil Ser- heart-fe- lt will leave in a short time for her , Bud Bennett, W. P. Mldklff, Sheriff cluding 58 gum, besides various other vice Commission, Washington, D. C. and neighbors In their sad beereavehome at BIrdseye, Ind. ,. .. Applications should be properly ment. See us for Miss Ruth""Hunley,"or McIIenry S. O. Keown and Judge Joun u. trees. No buildings. Subscribe for Hie Ileimbllcau executed and filed with the Commie- - and neighbors in their sad bereave- Mrs. Wilson are' spending the week camp- prices. wjib the guest of her sister, only $1.00 per year. A FRIEND. 'slon at Washington at least seven meat. BARNETT & SON, Agents. ing on Graasy creek. Ike Sanderfur this week. I I WsAJaW ! lf ifK yMMim ml Im ill I jln , . NEW MILLINERY Box-Ple.- l. nt tone v? your appearance. Late SHIRTS, patterns are that It Pays to Trade With a House That "TRY Saves You Money. JBkuGb x. p.-m- CARSON S: CO, Hartford, Kentucky. .! Hartford Republican. JEW JEWftRY- - STORE Mor-ganto- - Ciu-loa- R. W. KING, Beaver ' ol KML Lou-'javll- le - ..... W. E. ELLIS t BRO. jcsrK. s?c- -. . --- ., ...iV?--i TURNING this country will bo Hooded under the low tariff with the goods of tho foreign manufacturers and at prices PARTY OF PROTECTION lower than anything we can meet here for a long time to come." It would bo welt for the country Indication that Voters Are if there were more American TO THE but she will enter anyhow. Miss Hostetter Hocks, who has been buying stamps at tho postofflce every week for the past year, missed last week, ns sho Is contemplating a For Bedding Plants Wedding Decorations, HOTEL Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. . Will prnotke oIh proftsAloa fe U)t j and adjoining counties. Coiumnr)) and Cr,iulnn.l 1'rucUix' a. Specialty. Abandoning the Party of Free-Trad- e And Hard Times. May- -- The election of a Republican or in Chicago by n plurality of oer 135,000 in an election nt which a very large vote was cast, together with similar successes at St. Louis and elsewhere, are but additional evidence that the voters of the nation are again returning to the Republican party to save them from Democratic misrule. It Is said that it makes no differ ence to a city whether Its Mayor is temporary niul a Democrat or Republican, the rep j "PPlns that the arising these elections do show the entirely fictitious conditions is that out of tho European war have any trend of public sentiment, for these bearing upon the question of restorelections were contested by Repubing the policy of Protection to Amerlican and Democratic organizations, rightunquestionably Indi- ican labor and industry. He and the result ly contends that the hardest test of cates a landslide of voters into the tariff law will the present free-trad- e Republican party. come after the war shall have closAnd it also shows how important will come the flooding of it is that party divisions be retained ed. Then the American market with the surIn tho first place, in State elections. peothere is party responsibility for the plus products of nations whose by ple have become impoverished respective nominees, but, especially, power the disclosure of the trend of public i war and whose purchasing be able has diminished that they will fctntlnient which these elections give importance as an to absorb only a small portion of the is of the utmost products of those counaid to the decision upon party pol- industrial tries. icies. Mr. Wanamaker sees clearly, what Mo sane person would advocate the every wide-eye- d American business on national elimination of division see, that this great inlines in State elections, except mem- man ought to now bers of a moribund organization who dustrial surplus of the nations at war will have to be disposed of desire to cover its death struggles in any and all of the markets of the from sight. world that will take them. More Another 'indication of the elections is the showings that the Social over, they will have to be marketed any price the producer can obtain ist party is no larger than it has at for them. This means wholesale been. There is, and always has been, an irreducible minimum of the dumping upon our market, which is unbalanced who permit demagogues t,ie only market in tho wor,d that any great to lead them they know not where. can aosornpriced products.quantity 01 these low Then .we The percentage Is fairly constant and shall wish we had a complete Projfoes cot tend to increase. At such periods as that which we tective Tariff, a rigidly restristlve have just been passing through, Tariff to bar out this inflow of foreign exports into the American marwhen party faiths generally are broken up and masses of voters cut loose ket. It 'is well to be considering this from (their political moorings, an extremely radical party is quite cer- question nt this time, and Mr. Wnir-tain to get a large vote from the amaker is. entitled to much credit unsettled and discontented, who im- for his plain, practical, business-lik- e agine that any change must be for presentment of the absolute need of the better, but who know nothing organizing the business forces of our own country as to insure tho restorand care nothing about Socialism. show that this class ation of the Protective system in The elections full force as the result of the camis nor; reglpntnj- - lo realize that or ailvun-'tcs- e paign of 191G. Other merchants has n it nothing to them and are returning to r.nd business men well follow Mr. parties of solidity and responsibility Wanamakers example in this regard. The next Presidential election Is in this case, the Republican par- not far off. The European war cannot Inst much longer. It Is full 4-V, were arous,ftotae Forms of Rheumatism Curable. time that our jwn people ing themselvoH to tho conditions that Rheumatism is a disease characprevail when general peace is terized by pains in the joints and in must restored. It is full lime to look forThe most common the muscles. forms arc: Acute and Chronic Rheu- ward and to be planning for the Free-Trad- e and the matism, Rheumatic Headaches, Scia- abolishment of Lumbago. All restoration of Protection in 1916. tic Rheumatism and of these types can be helped absoby applying some good linilutely ment that penetrates. An applicaI tion of Sloan's Liniment two or three For Infanta and Children. times a day to the affected part will give instant relief. Sloan's Liniment Ui9 Kind You Have Always Bough! Is good for pain, and especially RheuBears the matic Pain, because It penetrates to the teat of the trouble, soothes the Signature of afflicted part and draws the pain. , "Ctnan'o Inlninnt to ntt tnniUnltm I House and Lot For Sale. Get a 2oc bottle now. Keep it handy We have for bale a lot coutain- i J. tube of emergency. ground ing acre in old -i- and business men generally who showed an equally good understanding of the fundamental economic basis of American prosperity, namely, the tariff. Tho majority of American merchants seem to look more to the buying end of their business and overlook the purchasing end; that Is, the consumer. They lose sight of the fact that people cannot consume, cannot buy goods, when they are not earning wages. Particularly sound and businesslike was Mr. Wnnamaker's counsel for the future. He at least seems not to be misled Into the error of change in unknown correspondents. Columbus Allsop desires to announce to Ills many friends and acquaintances connected with the FLORIST Fiddling Hand, nnd asks the TAPSCOTT, public to gather up near the cast cud Maeonlc Temple of the band when tho band plays in public. OWENSBORO, KY. The Mall Carler desires to say to his patrons, nlso his friends, Hint it Is n waste of time and money to scud The llluli-Hrc- il Trotting Stallion. n letter over his route by special delivery, as ho will travel at the same Knit and tnko the same pains on a postal card ns he does on cither one marked special delivery or general delivery. Slim Pickens made an unexpected visit to Ryo Straw last Saturday. He was leading a calf down the road near Hogwallow.'and when tho animal beml-MJ came unruly and began to run, Slim '"t W " T" r'w-r- S discovered that lie had the rope fastened around one of his wrists and immnKaB9SwmFmMzjltt!' had to accompany the calf all the way to its former home, in a long or Funeral Designs, Etc., sec POWHATAN MflWTOl D.C. IlLOrAMERtCAHl bound, th Int. . A . In a cltr whtrt food tioteli Powluttn ntidi lh It li fint la tin Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith countrymen. buru of it I f tivL '- run. Dock Hocks our enterprising blacksmith, who cuts hair on Saturdays, is preparing to open Ills spring and summer barber business, and will go to TIckvllle to buy the calico for the apron that goes around the neck of the customer. He used a shirt to fit down over the patrons last season, but some of them objected to it as they want to have their hands free for protection while the work is going on. ROBERT RULER Will make the season of 1915 at Dr. Mean's stable, Hartford, Kjv Service fee $10.00 to insure maro with foal. Not responsible for Robert Ruler Is three years old, coal black, 154 hands high, Is a beautiful high-bre- d horse and a descendant of the famous Kentucky Ruler. Robert Ruler was sired by Siajor lilack, registered. pi!immii)uijimutiii.iniimuifi First dam Kittle Ruler, registered. Hit. L. II. IIKAN, Fiirin For Sale. Hurtfoitl, Ky. Tho most economical, cleansing and About 5G acres 3 miles East of germicidal of nil antiseptics Is Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell 14 road, miles from pike. Four room cottage in good repair. Everm mm m mmm lasting water at residence. Two 1 barns, tobacco and stook. Plenty of A soluble Antiseptic Powder to peaches and apples. All hill land, rnodcL I I be dissolved in water as needed. but In very good condition. Possesnnriinrn m nrrrMnrn. . As a medicinal antiseptic for douches sion any time. Terms reasonable. I ctpjnghw.il., in ALL COUNTRICS. in treating catarrh, inflammation or Apply to BARNETT & SON, Fus in. 4 i ft ::.. i Washington us iinA ulceration of nose, throat, and that novrjrut,t rj-- irr nf. Republican Office, Patent and Infrlr.jtnurst Fnctlc txcluvlv;!y. .caused by feminine ilia It has no equal. 23tf Writ or ie to t j nt Hartford, Ky. or ten years th Lydia E. I'inUhani T10 XJbt& ttrwt, ur tlaJUd EuIm rUat Ofic. I Jledlcic Co.huB recommenced Paxtino WASHINGTON. D.C. in their private correspondence with women, which proves Its superiority. as. Women who have been cured say it Is "worth Its weight In gold." At drugglsUT 50a large box, or by mall. Tho Poxtoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. The Towliatan 11 rcfincil. ex elusive, and tcttful. lit excellent location on rcnnvylvama Avenue, 18th and 11 Streets, malcet it a rlesirablr headquarter! for bridal couplet, touriit larliei, comentiont, Sclioola ami colleges. . The Powhatan attracts the people ol culture and education. lit proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, also to man? of points Interest, historical malts Hut hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan cllcri rooms) with detached bath at II. JO, $2. CO and up. Rooms with private bath, S2.S0, J3.00 and tip. 'Write for booklet with map, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager, Mtfstvu. W. II, U.irwe tmd 0. ft. Smith announce tk.it thoy huv'o ifurm-- a parlnvMp for the goueral pmo Uce of law, excitpt criminal and dlvor casu?, Mr. Smith trnlug County AUor- iwy Is proveutcd f rom nnwci'dtw eucfc ccteui. Mr, Uariiti will individually in, Offlutj accept Mvch practice Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K" , ARTHUR HARTFORD, U. KIRK Attorney at Law , KY. ASSOCIATKD WITH M. L. HEAVRIN This office 1b equipped for hand- ling Commercial Law and Collection Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practice in all the courts. Prompt and vigorous Bcrvice. M. L. Hcavrlu's Office. T. n'AIIIShTlltTTII.V Cronmrll, Kj. 4 Y urruu. MWtri.t llnrtliiril, Ky. si'EClAL TO WOMEN oj .m j Z f STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession iu tlit and djolnlng counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt Specialty. lj;oroii nnd service- - Notary in office. ' co-- uut TRADE-MARK- S promt! okulnvl la .w ".. wm.- - v. mw ... .win rnll.fl IB THAT PAt tTf rt. Ui.ro lhcrounl, t ear 00 bi1 rrolrl. photo crakrwji for fRCC rwonuumr. n jrtrf practice. BUN- fASSINO RircrCNCCS. rorrmtluVla nooa on iTonubio lltrnu writ to rtrl B03-B0- lift 2 m Succeed when everything eice fails. In nervous prostration nnd female weaknesses they ore the supreme 1 remedy, as thousands have testified. 1 FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Electric Bitters it is the best medicine ever sold over a drcglst's counter. Directory Oaalo D. WASHIHOTON, StrO. B Seventh County i STOMACH TROUBLE iH,vu:iJ-.i(.,v.- k'uziih;i?A t 'OtrSifl, J mmm mm y.i'Pfcfc. issmi m CASTOR A &tf Fair FREE Treatment taHaLHasVm. JpTT for WEAK kmmm'J LUNGS or CONSUMPTION W WILL YOU TAKE OUR 1 If you mention this paper we will send you a nottie fKbb, by mail a quick relief tor feeling, coughs, pains that tired, nm-dow- n ja ' 'Ution on the pike, vth li room cot-I- t Sense and flood Counsel. Econ-- , 'iftKP, "find Imrli u'lul all buildings. is not often tho American omlst has found reason to compll"-- jfW W " Ullfer. About o0 young m' W near. to fruit trees beginning Wuimmaker- bit lli biellt John be a fine locution for some attitude UnVari U16 liuetoioU of Would THt'fo has been one desiring to take auVtthtugo of Tariff Protection. Wanttulaker'H speeches County High School, Terms reason- miiii in u'n Ms subject which did !1,lc and action UAUNHTT &' SON, not harmonize with sound Protection Hartford, Ky, amplo But we do find principles. solved once wr to congratulate and commend reason t"rtP nil liv fnlmnft- Hogwiillow News. the remarks of Mr. Wanamaker at For dalb? In millions of kitchens Washington Hocks is thinking of proved tWt Calumet Is highest not onlyhas the recent meeting In Philadelphia in supporters His utility but in Itqvenwg power as well in support of the now Chamber of running for Coroner. hi results puro the extreme Commerce In that city. On this oc- huve guaranteed him several casoi Wonderfully economicaltoin use. Ask and your casion Mr. Wanamaker, as quoted In if lie is elected. grocer. And try Calumit next bake day. llaz Rarlow visited the Wild Onion Evening Lcdfcer, said: the school house last Kr'day afternoon. Received Highest Awards Mr. Wanamaker said just wanted to see it 'he teacher would be badly needed among busl-ll- e WwU't Fir. ness men at the close of the war In had any sense. FmJ Espcntisa, peace predicted Jefferson Pollocks Is sharpening Ckku. III. that Europe and rarlf EsaMi-tlFraact, would result in the United States, up his knife, as the poutmaster lias crisis. Manu- - Just set out on tho front porch a now Mtrca. in a great commercial 1IIZ. facturers abroad, he said, had stored soft p'no box. Poke Eazley had a riud offer on most of their products and other ar- -' tides, which at tho first sign, of ,111s nqulrrel rifle tho other day, but peace they will unload on American decide J to wait mi' atut what tn merchants under tho low Tariff, at Un'ied States is goln;: 10 dc. The Dog Hill church took In three rates that manufacturers In this country will be unable to compete new members last Sundfy.Thls makes It tlm leading church of this sectlr.i. . with. He said: "I don't know whether you real- - I vr u while the Hapltot was ilitf ize tho danger this country will bo In t.lsgcst. Y.im Sims hns renlmieii n nice suit jvhen the European war Is over and I of clothes 60111 a rrali- order hou.e conditions aro again adjubted. believe that when tho war eunio a and for a few days will wear tlioni great many firms abroad had to do with tho tag uttached to show how bomcthlng with tlioir assets and much Jhqy cosj.. en lor a lues Kruno Alluip U thoir wereuaHdUQ. on baud. I think D I witch of Uwir gooda is "Atll to p.ittu artty otest m T"kv)llo. Tlo B Yu ioa'l sait BVrerlso rail luclie that r. Lv..'lluiJcJ. CrrUluMt It's B tilinj !, to tksnrM- - 9 Here eoatcikal mi vMb rirea Lerl rciUii. eoi.tfaj, k. tu.tMpidj. be sold. u auilh wd 1 Csiunt Is far su,)irMr to li. "The moment tliut peacw eomw Host and most popular young lad. 111 '""' " fiW SWf,-(jr- al rr. f m rf 333e jKT'inn tfsKJl :trt in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak lungs or consumption. 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Ask aw cood for traastwrUt- -o our ticket urmt tor t eiittl v' C. ft fl. Lli. . Dally, May 1st to Dec lot BUFFALO 6J3A. M. . ArrivaClcrvUxl f:"A.M. IJUT171XN 'aEEANDBlX" acr.t on roeeipt of flva, cents to caw fiibuca anj oalu. AU ask rimfinaii an'jtii"M. - lur onr if jj IM TUB CLEVSLANO & toUFfALO TKANaiV CO. ap lansaaajs" s l m mo I , ""aBarJWJ' ITHOS. E. MOSS and I i Plasterer. Decorator Contractor. js-- t Litetime experience with best of workmen, andean ;; givo any reference desired. Call me on Hartford I! Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, ky. plain most of tho signs, but thero AnlmiilK Ah Hnrometcrn. The cat Is one of the boat weather Is one other, known In every household, which Is more puzzling. It Is foretellers because she la very sensi- the famous sign of the tcagrounds. tive to atmospheric electricity. When It on stlrlng a cup of ten, and then n chango of weather Impends, and letting it settle, the floating grounds particularly when wind Is coming, collect and remain In the center, the cats how uncaslncs and frequently weather says the saw, will be fair; rub their cars. This may be duo to but if they scatter on all sides, and Irritation caused by minute electric gather around the edge of the cup, discharges affecting the sensitive It Is going to rain. If this "sign" Is n truo one, th'cn hairs covering the cars. In dry windy weather It Is easy to obtain little we mny go back to our original consparks by rubbing n cat's back, and tention that electricity Is the great' In fact a cat may sometimes bo seen rcvcaler of weather secrets, for the with her hair fairly standing on end scaterlng of the ground recalls what always happens when particles free with nn electric brush discharge. It is probable thnt electricity plays to move all receive a like charge of the principle part In the significant electricity; they rcpell one another. behavior or many nnlmals on" the eve 4 Whooping CoiikIi. of a storm or other atmospheric "About a year ago my three boys chnnge. It Is the most subtle of nil meteorological elements and the had whooping cough and I found the Chamberlain's Cough Ilemcdy tho onmost dimcult for us to discover,' but ly ono that would relievo their cough niittnal senses seem to be peculiarly ing nnd whooping spells. I continacute In detecting Its effects. ued this treatment and was surpris In the caso of certain persons who to find arc known among their acquaintances ed a very that It cured the disease In short time," writes Mrs. for their ability to foretell the weathArchie Ualrymple, Crooksvllle, Ohio. er by "rheumatic pains," or other by All Dealers. physiological indications, it may be For sale atmospheric electricity, rather than "Broadway Beauty" a Man With dampness, or change of baromctic Truck Drivers Voice. pressure that produces tho phenoBridgeport, Conn., Monday. That mena. spear bearer In pink Amazonian Geese nre famous "weather protights the one with the big calves phets." According to tho belief of and tho Xo. 1 slipper usually the those who should best know them, second from the end of the chorus geese foretell fine weather no less Girls," and later In certainly than they tell foul weather. of 'The Seaside Broadway Beauties," was togeese rub down and dress their "The If day opfise(' as a man with a truck feathers with care, says one ancient driver's voice. In the leading bur saw, a spell of fine weather Is at lesques lie had figured on the prohand. If they keep away from wa- grammes a1? Miss Leonora Pols, but says another, look out for a rain, ter, he Is locked up in a cell as and if they cry In a frightened man- plain Leon Pols. ner yott may know a storm Is brew- Several of the best families In ing. Assuming that the forowarn- llngs of theso geese are trustworthy, Bridgeport nnd hundreds of girls In factories will bo startled by the dishow do they get their Information? closure. For ten years Pols, who Is no meteorological InstruThey have years old and has been wearing i SO ments except tholr nerves, which arc so long that he. has the organized than ours. corsets for less highly physical development of a woman, nevertheless, They must, detect country as a chorus girl something In the atmosphere which traveled the in various burlesque companies, alescapes our notice. though he was a married man most Before a storm hens rub themof the time and had a weeping wife selves with dust and show uneasiness living in Middleton, Conn. all barnyard fouls make unusual The Burlesque business, he said, neigh, cattle low, noises; horses on the decline recently, and barn has beeu sheep' bleat and stay around tho last January he came to this city and instead of going afield; cows take obtained work in the fitting departsudden freaks and throwing up their ment of a large corset factory. Two tails chase one another around the bray, hundred girls worked with him and enclosure; swine grunt, asses did not discover his true sex. birds utter harsh cries, swallows fly Early in February he obtained a along low, bees stay in their hives; place as a maid In a wealthy Bridgethe seacoast gulls appear over the port family;. He did notknow the land In- - short, and I am quoting business fvery "well, an,'d "changed these statements from collections of 'old weather saws, and farmers' al places several times until two weeks ago, when he became a maid in the manacs of the whole animated creahomo of Gaston Fourier, at 4SC Fairtion man seems to have the least field avenue. foreknowledge of atmospheric chang As a chorus girl the name Leonora es, attho'his general Intelligence In-- I was fancy enough for him, but as a finitely exceeds that of all the rest maid he aptly changed It to Lena. combined. Pols was able to change his voice, On the side where his senses are speaking either as a man or as a dull those of the others are acute. woman. He missed his cue today Even Insects exceed man in power and the disclosure came. to foresee the weather. We have Pols was standing on a chair adi just seen what the conduct of bees justing a curtain when Mrs. Fourier is before a storm. Spiders never suddenly entered the room, and as when a storm la she acctdontly stubbed her toe and weave outdoors brewing, but It a spell of fair weath- said, "ouch" she observed the mascuer la at hand they set to work with line muscles in Lena's calves. Her great Industry and span the gang- exclamation caused Pols to drop the ways of the flies and other small curtain, and, missing his cue, he said, winged Insects with their deceptive In his truck driver's voice:" . nets. "What's the matter there?" There Is onoTUnd of weather sign, Mrs. Fourier ran from the house however, which seems to have sig and called the police. At the station nificance to human senses, and that Is Pols frankly told all about himself, appearances of the sky, and heavenly and la his baggage were found numbodies. To read the clouds skillful- erous letters from his wife, who was ly Is, In Itself, a kind of education, Mlqs June O'Oell of a good family In and one not easily acquired. But Middleton, and from his father-I- n some things are plain to everybody. law. He also had letters from nuFor Instance, unusual scintillation of merous vaudevtllo and burlesque the stars is the sign of the approach managers concerning engagements. both of rain and of wtnd. Halos around the sun and the moon fore- Our English Cousins See The Joke. tell rain or snow, because they show preat Britain in her recent note that the upper atmosphere is filled in answer to that of the United States with condensing vapor. protesting against lnterfenence with A pale moon does not signify, as American ccommerce on the high Shelley poetically Imagined, that the seas, disclaims all responsibility for goddess of the night is wetary with depression In industrial activities In much "climbing" of heaven's heights Amerca. Thus do our. English cousbut shows the brewing of a storm, ins give the Democratic "war tax" preceded by an almost Imperceptible tho "merry ha! ha!" , And lt'would "thickening" of the upper air. As be funny were It not so utterly riditronomers know a constellation of culous, this levying of a tax to bolslittle stars called, from ancient times, ter up the falling Underwood-Simmon- s the "Manger." When the Manger Tariff law and labeling It a vanishes Bays Aratus, the old Greek "war tax." It Is a trick of the Demoweather watcher, "no feoble tempest cratic administration that has failed then will soak the leas." to fool'anyone in this country who Among alleged weather signs that has gven tho situation any serloUB T have come upon are these: SnaiU and Intelligent thought. Eveii our art-- unusUally ;i;t!u Just before n English cousins, whose minds are rain; If your glovcf pull on with diM-cul- Just now taken up with matters of it is going to 'aw, Jf the hantt.o war and who are said to be very slow o' "ur cane o utt.lirUa feels stick. in seeing 'a joke, evidently see this lrok out for rat.'i. I' the house-on- t Joke and apprecate It. Tiffin (O.) tl..ti usual,, Uj Tribune lUk4 herself .. rain coming If tho salt he i' Sick Headache. fo mi's caky, rtt'it ' li.uMng, if y;i'u.' Mrs. A. L. Lucklo, East nochestor, i:j vapapcr tea's ir,'ly, the ulr tn damp with coming rain; If your shoe- N. Y was a victim of sick headache laces snap suddenly, rain Is approach- and despondency, caused by & badly ing; window cords unexpectedly weakened and debilitated condition break, rain Is In the air; It chickens of her stomach, when she began takstay out at the beginning of a rain, ing Chamberlain's Tablets. She It will become a steady downpour, says, "I found them pleasant to take, and last a long time, but It they run also mUd and effective. In a few for a shelter at the first drops, It week's time I was restored to my former good health." For sale by will only be a. shower. A little thought will serve to ex All Dealers. STOMACH TROUBLE FOR Mjerity ( Fries.li Tfaagbt Hr. H-f- FIVE YEARS ke Weald Die, Bat I decid- e- at take his advice, although I did not tar any confidence In if. I taking other medicines. 0e Helped Hub to Recovery. have now been taking Black-Dratg- M for three months, and it has cured me - haven't had those awful sick headache, since I began using it. so thankful for what BUcIc Draught has done for me." Thedford's has beea stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herb, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and did not seem to do mc any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should to ad- Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting I am vices Irom this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows: "I was down with Black-Draug- ht and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest would die. He advised me to try Get a package to ay. 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In tho Western theater nn attack on Hill No. GO, to the southeast of Ypres, held by tho British, was partly successful, nn official communication from tho British War Office saying that "the Germans attained n footing there under the cover of poisonous gases. England. Ten British trawlers .. . pass snowing uuu ui .me tumuu iipiiifrao in tlio HoaiwMtn- nffnrts of ; Russians to have been sunk by German subma. the - i... ..ii.n.ri .. oi A view or tue uzsok ":. place, with astonishing casual-tles'o- rines during the past twenty-fou- r take and the Austrlans to hold the Uzsok pass, lighting of the fiercest character took hours, bringing tho total since Sunboth sides. The Uzsok pass is the key to Hungary day up to fifteen. Many of the trawlers made an effort to escape, ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. County. General Primary election of certain points by the British had and, as a matter of fact, some did escape, reaching port In safety. been acompllshcd. August 7, 1915. ... Hub Clothing Co. Hartford, Ky. :i n We are authorized to announce S. P. McKINNEY, of Beaver Dam, as a candidate for the nomination for Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Democrats of Ohio county, at the General Primary elecWe are authorized to announce tion, August 7, 1915. JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, a candidate for State Senator, 7th composed of LATEST District, Senatorial WAR NEWS Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler counties. General primary election Aug. 7. 1916. Monday. United States. The American oil We are authorized to announce tank steamer Gulfllght, which sailed HON., ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver from port Arthur, Tex., April 10 for Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Sena- Rouen, France, was torpedoed off the tor In the 7th Senatorial District com- Scllly Islands, according to a disprised of the counties of Ohio, But- patch received by the Central Republican News Agency. The captain of the ler and Muhlenberg. .primary, election, Aug. 7, 1915. Gulfllght died of heart shock. Two seamen jumped overboard and were We are authorized to announce drowned. The other members of the WILLIAM D. MORRIS, of East Hart- crew were taken off by a patrol boat ford, precinct, a. candidate for the and landed. The vessel was towed Republican nomination for Repre- into Crow sound and beached. The sentative of Ohio county. General news of the disaster caused a sensaprimary election Aug. 7, 1915. tion in official circles at Washington, where the seriousness of the occurWe are authorized to announce rence Is everywhere recognized. OfW. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs pre- ficials ia the absence of, President cinct, a candidate for the Republic- .Wilson made little comment. It was an nomination for Representative of stated that a thorough investigation Ohio county. Primary election Sat- would be at once ordered. urday, Aug. 7, 1915. England. German submarines We are authorized to announce sank the British destroyer Recruit L. L. EMBRY a candidate for the and the trawler Columbia in the Republican nomination for Repres- North Sea. British destroyers purentative Jrom Ohio County. General sued and sank two German torpedo boats, rescuing some of the crews. primaryelection Aug.'7, 1916. 'men of Four officers and twenty-on- e We are authorized to announce the Recruit were saved. Only one JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, deck hand of the Columbia was resas a candidate for the nomination cued. The British steamer Fulgent tor Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dis- was sunk by a submarine. The captrict, subject tq the actlqn of the tain was Hl'!e$- - Nfne survivors Democratic party af the State Pri- were landed. The French steamer mary the first Saturday in August, Europe was torpedoed ai4 sunk, the crew being resqued. Other running "IP- battles are reported between German craft and merchant vessels. We are autjiqrized to announce ' LAWRENCE P. TANNER, of France. There has been little a candidate for the nomination for Commonwealth Attorney fighting in the Belgium and comof the Sixth Judicial District, sub- plete quiet along the british front. ject to tho action of the Democratic The French have bombarded the Inparty at the State Primary the first trenched camp of Metz and announce that their Are has proved efficacious Saturday in August, 1915. against one of the forts, the barracks and the railway nearby. The French We are authorized to announce occupation of the summit of BEN D. RINGO, of Owensboro, Ky., Is confirmed lu a nomination for a candidate for the dispatch from a correspondent who Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth just returned to Paris from a Judicial District, subject to the action has visit to the French position there. of the Democratic party at the Stato The entire hill has been devastated Primary the first Saturday in Auas a result of the desperate fighting gust, 1915. which has been going on there for to announce weeks. We are HON. to-d' Owens-borott-K- are authorized to announce R. L. MOORE, of Crittenden county, a candidate for the Republican nomination for State Treasurer, General Primary election August 7, ' 1915. "We Tuesday. The Germans and to their report.have achieved a great victory in Western Gallcla. destroying the Russian center along a front qf many miles from near the Hungarian border to the juncture of tho Dunajec and Vistula rivers, at the front of Poland. Eight thousand prisoners were captured. Berlin, decked in flags, Is celebrating official the victory. The Russian statement refers to the fighting of great Intensity, but makes no mention of reported general reverses. Russia. Dardanelles. Tho towns of Dardanelles, Maldos nnd Gullipoll have been burned, and tho campaign ngainst tho Dardanelles has now assumed a foremost place In tho war. FORDS PHHT-SBMi- G CASTORI A BASE IIAIiL. The second base ball team of defeated tho second team of Hartford tn a close and exciting game at East End Park Saturday by the score ot 8 to 9. It was a fight from start to finish and It took ten Innings to decide tho winner. Rogers and Phelps started tho battery work for the visitors while Plrtle and Keown were on tho points for Hartford. Later in the game Parrot went on the mound for McHenry and May relieved Plrtle. Only a few loyal fans were present to see tho youngsters perform but those who did go got their money's worth, as the local team played much better ball than at any other time this season. Had It not been for two 6r three costly errors they would havo been the victors for their pitching was superior to that of the visitors. These teams are evenly matched and should have sorao very pretty fights before the season ends. The McHenry boys played clean ball and nt no time did they dispute a decision of the umpire. 1 2 3 4.5 6 7 8 9 10 Innings T McHenry 020103002 Mc-Hen- ry Children Cvy ' FOR FLETCHER'S ASSURED. 300,000 cars will be sold by July 1st. 50.00 rebate on each car bought between August 1st, 19.14. and August 1st, 1915. Factory 75,000 cars behind in their shipments. We can't get cars as fast as we can sell them. United States. The President has directed that an investigation be made of the torpedoing of the American steamer Gulfllght In the North Sea, as a result of which three American citizens lost their lives. While the attitude of the administration Is said to be far from passive, yet hints of hostilities contained In Eastern newspapers are declared to have had no Inspiration in Washington, though of strained diplothe possibilities matic relations will be demanded of Berlin is thought probable. v , England. For the expressed purpose of facilitating the trade of the United States with neutral countries, the British Embassy issued a statement yesterday pointing out how shippers might guard against interference by allied warships. With all this enormous production, and can't supply the demand. Mail orders received with $50.00 cash deposit enclosed will receive first attention and will be first delivered. Delay in getting your order in may deprive you of sejison's pleasure. a ' E. P. BARNES & EM, Beaver Dam, Ky., Barnes The-- One Road to Automobile rosperlty. Or Write Company, CENTRAL CITY, KY. selves with the question of restoring a prosperity that Is not dependent of foreign wars a prosperity that wll bo restored when Protection aha have been restored, and not untf Italy. Italian consuls In Austria have advised all Italians in Austria-Hungar- y to leave that country, and Hartford many are flocking to the Udlne. Wednesday. The British AdmirDardanelles. alty aserts that the Allies have repulsed the attacks of the Turks everywhere on the Galllpoli Peninsula, inflicting enormous losses upon them, and that the British are now advancing Into the interior ot the peninsula. The Turks, on the contrary, say that the advance near Vviburnu was Btopped and tho British driven with heavy losses back to the coast. Two British trawlers the Cruiser and the Scottish Queen have been sunk by German submarines oft Aberdeen, Scotland. Concerning tho inroads of the Germans into the Baltic privinces ot Russia, nothing has come through to show that the Germans are not continuing their advances through this rich territory virtually unchallenged. Germany. Russia. 120300110 19 08 Io the game at Beaver Dam Saturday between Morgantown and Beaver Dam the latter were victors by an pverwhelmtng score. The Physical Wrecks, a team composed mostly of old timers, will play the second team at East End Park this afternoon. Admission nothing, and your money back It not satisfied. This team is named for three of its star players, namely, Bob Walker, E. Y. Park and Heg Caseblcr. Notice. All wool must bo pledged and pledges sent to S. L. Stevons by the D. M. STEWART, Sec. 15th. Black Mlnorcas from J. D. Russell's Eggs, from pen 1, best matlngs. $1.25 per 15. Pen 2, $1.00. Whlto Wyandottes from L. E. Whltsltt's and Mrs. Tom Hay den's best blood. Eggs $1.00 per 15. Castrating and other Veternary Surgery carefully authorized a candidate for the Republican uomluatlon for Circuit Court Clerk at the general priOTTO C. MARTIN mary election Aug. 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the Republican' nomination for Circuit Court Clerk ot Ohio County, General primary eloctiou August 7, 1916. We are authorized to announce WALLACE II. RILEY a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. General Primary August 7, 1915. .We aro authorltct to announce t, CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss a candidate for tho Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County. General Primary Saturday, August 7, 1915. pre-clnc- We are authorized to announce ANDREW THORPE.of McIIonry a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio The TurkB are declared by Petrograd to have been completely defeated by the Russians In the Culture Looks Beyond. Russia. German forces are to the Caucasus, leaving more than 2,500 Culture looks beyond machinery, southwest of Wltau, capital of Cour- - dead on the field, with their survlv- - culture hates hatred; culture has one great passion the passion for sweetland. and their operations In the Bal- - ors fleeing beforo tho Muscovites ness and light It has one even yet provinces seemingly have taken tic Kuglund. Tbo cost of the war to greater, the passion for making them This the Russians off their guard. prevail. It la not satisfied UP w niAVrtni on t UVViVIUUlKor in (tin HoiMn i England Is $10.5Q0,Q00 each day, ac- - all trrA l IVf HIV UVIIIIUt4 lltUIWtUUIUl all come to a perfect man; It knows official staement. Is making satlsfac- - cording to the statement made by that the sweetness and light of the tory progress. The Russian War Of- - Chancellor of tho Exchequer Lloyd-flc- e few must be Imperfect until the raw admits tho occupation by tho George In his speech presenting the and unkindly masses of humanity are Germans of the region of Shavll In new budget to the House of Com- - touched with sweetness and light. the province of Rovno; that German mons yesterday. His figures estl- - Matthew Arnold. patrols have appeared near Llbau, an mate the'eost of the war, it It lasts Th. Artist important port in Courland on the a year at 5,000,000,000, and shows The whole function ot the artist In Baltic Sea. and that hostile fornedo that tho national debt ot bnglana the world Is to be a seeing and a feelhas doubled already. boats liavo visited the Gulf of Riga. ing creature; to be an Instrument of such, tendarness and sensitiveness Chlnu. Troops are being massed The Dardanelles. The British tbat no shadow, no hue, no line, bo by China in anticipation x at Peking War Ofllco announces that tventy-siInstantaneous and evanescent expresmen of the British fleet were kilt- ot the attack that Is expected Japan sion ot the visible things around him, ed and fifty-thre- e wounded in the will make- - following the ultimatum nor any ot the emotions which they landing operations against the Dar to be delivered within the next tout are capable of conveying to the spirit danelles' between April 25 and April I days. China does not plan any re which baB been given blm, shall either .. . . . ... ... "iuu;o AW.knt nfri A KQIltlnl ItUalf be left unrecorded or fade from th .,...... A. ou. An unomciai aispaicn irom aiu-- , nln.nnn hook of record. Ruskln. ens says that 4,000 French troops, Thursday.' who were landed in the Asiatic side, the ao Japan. Notwithstanding returned to their transports after FOR FLETCHER'S purpose for which they were In- - tlvitlea of the Japanese fleet and the the Japanese la tee tended supporting the occupation coucentratlon of M performed. L. T. BARNARD, R. F. D. 4, Hartford, Ky. 3Ctf "in . n.., Children dry CASTORIA Much of tho growing optimism In business' circles may bb attributed to tho expectations that the war In Europe will cease in the next six months.. It may or It may not. No ono can tell how Ions the struggle wll continue. A month ago the indications pointed toward peace by tho beginning of October. More recent developments hardly tend to strengthen'that expectation. But even though the war should end or next week, or next month, would that Insure the return ot prosperous conditions In our own country? Thero is small reason to think so. With equal force It can be argued that tho advent ot peace would be harmfuPrather than beneficial to American business. Orders for military supplies to the extent ot hundreds of millions ot dollars have helped rollove tho strain of Free-Tradepression In the United States. Many mills and factories that In the first ton months of the Underwood Free-Trad- o Tariff wore idle or working half-tihave been kept busy filling theso European war orders. When the war ceases the orders will cease. There will be a decrease of exports and an Increase ot Imports that take the placo of American labor and production. It Is bard to see how that Is going to put American business on its feet again. Commenting upon the growth of optimism, the Iron Trade Review makes tho following sensible comment: Another factor in tho present situation is cheerfulness due to rosy re-- 1 ports sent .out by officials at Washington. While all worthy efforts ot the Government to furnish authentic Information are, to be commended, It cortalnly Is true that much of tho optimistic talk at Washington Is without solid foundation. There Is real improvement In many directions, but let us not invite a dlsasteroua collapse at an early date by giving undue weight to predictions of. early poace and assertions about wodderful prosperity. This is a good counsel. Business men will do well to concern them me then. . A Sad l'artln. Tho death angle visitor the homp ot Willis and Gertie Daugherty and took from them their little darling boy, who died ot fever and his suffering is now over. He has gono to bo an angle. Their loss will bo his gain. 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