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The Hartford republican: May 14, 1915 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 hao1915051401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 14, 1915 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. h Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV11. jWttrtfxrcfti DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE IkimMiim OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 44 FRANK GIVEN DEATH HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1915. BOND COMPROMISE FOR UNION COUNTY bofore peace was broken. Tho British fleet has succeeded In confining tho ENGLISH NAVY high soa fleet of Germany to Its home ports, recent reports of tho appearSAVES ALLIES ance at sea of a Gorman battle squad-In ron lacking confirmation. Invasion forco of the British isles uas aiso been prevented and tho sea has been kont oncn. not only for tho safe Portective Pow- transport to tho Continent of the British expeditionary forces, but for er of Great Vessels. tho safe escort of the contingents from tho oversea Dominions and India. Tho fleet, moreover, while ef When Properly Directed These fcctually disposing of tho oversea trade of Germany and Austria, has Fighting Machines Can Ac-- ( given the Drltlsh military authorities as well as tho governments of Bel cotnplish Much. glum, Franco and Russia, access to the world's markets for war muni tions, food and clothing. There can After nine months of tho most san- - be no question that British finances gulnnry, most devastating and niostjhave been greatly reinforced by tho Wtttly war of all human history, Us I comJ. ..fit I. wllti tin. Tlrltlall most, noteworthy achievement is still nav . nn8 from tno 8lnrt 8Upported that tof tho British fleet. It took tho UrItjsh prestlge. in tho eyes of navy of a century ago sixteen wori,jf any nlore than here can be years to accomplish what the navy of ' that th(J gupremacy of British sea today has accomplished In half as power Mag largely contributed to ninny months. While German armies bringing" unemployment in tho United were ndvanclng Into Franco and Hus- - Kngliom down to a lower figure than sin, the German fleet.wlthout striking it haa reached for many years. AH .. I 1. . t. nr n t a nnadAaolnll tt UOOVOOWU A l)UW IUII IIIU BUilO lit with fhla hna been accomDlished tho cnomy. relinquishing all the ad relatively small destruction of life vantages which sea command confers. To appreciate tho military slgnifl- - ly sninu increase In cost of the cuncc of such a movement wo must navy. imagine Its counterpart in terms What may be called tho Indirect olf land warfare. Had tho German military results of the superiority of and Austrian Armies retired within havo not been ,es8 a few fortified positions, leaving mo trlklng But for the advantage It armies of Franco. Russia. Belgium flcorod ftt th(j beginning of the and Great Britain to march thru tfce Ffench RopubUc mlght have their territories, seizing prlvato and been crughed and forccd to maJce a public property, and exorcising every i humlaMng pcace,and then the proprietorial right, no onoman &rmy wou,d lmve tufned upon would have questioned on which defRuMa before thQ Russlan army wa8 lay the balance of advantage in the f mobtllzed. WltV.a navy weak- war. But such a situation would ler than that of 0orpJanT Great Brit-hav- e offorcd an exact parallel toMn cou,uave taken no part In tho that which has happened at sea. Thetpngglo on gea of Qa ,and( und u two navies aerman and Austro-(woul- d haye been tnQ ,ot of her peo. .. retreated Into Hungarian have ,mt)otence the onward itrongly defended ports, while the f GemanvmiiiUri8m .la.tbe nrltfeh artdtFrehch eots TfaVo fixer full consciousness, that tho downfall' clsed all tho rights over the great of Franco and Belgium and the de sea routes. History records no more feat of Russia were merely the first remarkable illustration of the value Btepa toward tha vlolaUoa of theIr . . tWnaval power; and altho there is ganctlty and the dl8mem- Htlll a possibility that the German. nt of the Empire. Nor should navy may succeed in Btrlklng tne BnriCeB which the British navykind of blow which was contemplat has been able to render to neutral ed by Us creators, tho possibility de-- commerce be Ignored. In the absence .crlfeses, with every week added to of overwhejmlng power opposed Jto - -. iiiu uui.uu.i u. ... .,- -., her oerinany could nave uuiizeo. ner relative superiority of geographlcai p08ltlon not only to the because fhe the British navy is constantly In- - detrlment ot the United Kingdom.but crcaaiBK. There never was much II- - tQ the derlment ot the worid. There luston about tho kind of service Jg no trade route upon wh,ch dozen8 . wuicn me uerm.n ( German cruisers and armed mer- . u nf Mnrinr. it mav ho that Grand COMMENCEMENT OCCURS At COLLEGE NEXT WEEK After Fort-Fiv- e YeafS Litiga- Contin- - Splendid t Programs Arranged and Be Illustrates uous Exercises Will , Very tion. Henderson, Ky., May tIon bogun forty.flvc ..,-frtquently caused Union bo without a shuirr and 9. . I LItlga The thirty-fift- h annual commenceag0.whlch ment exercises of Hartford College county to begin next Sunday, May 16, with sermon at the othor i.fll the' Baccalaureate claj9i wa9 terminated at Henlo-so- n Methodist church. This will be yesterday whn a compromise was p reach etl by Dr. F. D. Perkins, of effect cd between taxpayers of i.u-da- ll Louisville, Secretary of the Baptist of Educational Work of Kentucky. and Caseyville precincts, On. monday afternoon the pupils Union county, and Miss Llllle Preston, of Davenport, la., whereby she of Misses' Marks and Pendleton's is to receive $100,000 as payment in grades will glvo a play, "When Polfull for a Judgment of 500,000 ob- ly was Queen of the May," on the tained by her father, A. J. Preston, school lawn at 3 o'clock. On Monday evening, In the school in the United States Court in 1876. The Judgment was awarded as a auditorium, the pupils of Miss Marresult of a bond issuo for the build- garet Nail's class will give a reciing of a new railroad through Union tal. county ln 1870. The precincts of Tuesday evening at S p. m. the Llndull and Caseyville started the pupils of Mr. Anderson and' Mrs. bonds and the road was started, but Thomas will present the play "Pyra-mu- s never completed, and tho taxpayers and Thlsbe," and a Chimes refused to pay the levy.' The bonds drill, "TIng-a-LingWednesday evening, May 19. at were held by Mr. Preston, one of the road's promoters, and he won his the Opsra House, the Juniors precomedy, "My Wife's suit for settlement in the Federal sent a bne-ac- t Bonnet,'' and a comedy drama of Court. Compromise of the long legal bat- three acts. "The Dream that Came tle was the direct result of a man- True." Thursday evening, May ,20, damus suit filed in December of last the Seniors present the Civil War year by attorneys for Miss Preston drama, "The Thread of Destiny." against L. D. B. Abell, Sheriff of Un Friday evening at the Methodist ion county, who is said to be the on- church will be held the commencely official who stood his ground and ment 'ei'erclses ot the Senior class, retained his office, other sheriffs consisting of orations by Mr. Aaron having resigned when ordered to Ross, class representative, and Miss Barnett, valedictocollect the levy to satisfy the Judg Norlne Harris ment of the court. rian, and the class address by Mr. D. ' Through efforts of Perry B. Mil- Lee Fltz'patrlck, of Richmond, Ind., ler, now United States District At- subject,5 '"Pluck vs. Luck.'' torney! Mr Weslern district ot Ken- i No admission wilLba-chargeei tucky, who waB retained as counsel ceptyfor the High School plays t Wednesday and by Sheriff abell, attorneys for the the opera house taxpayers and Miss Preston agreed Thursday evenings. Tickets will be to attempt a compromise of the liti on sale at the Ohio County Drug gation. Soon after the filing of Co. at 9 a. m. on Tuesday, Mar 18. adgeneral Miss Preston's petition against Sher Reserved seats, 35; iff Abell in the United States Court mission 26c. it Louisville, Mr. Miller succeeded, The Senior class ot 1915 13 the In arranging a conference between largest in the history of the school Helm Bruce, Kennedy Helm and John consisting of seven young men and A splendid Bruce Baskln, representing the plain- fourteen young ladles. tiff, and the law firm ot Morton . class spirit has prevailed and many Morton, of Morganfield, acting ln be- fads and iancles Indulged in. Vahalf, of, the taxpayers of Llndall and rious entertainments have been givCaseyville precincts. en in their honor and enjoyable In opposing the suit against the class meetings been held. They use Hnerin, nr. M11,er heid that the iein for the first time here the caps and exercises.' gown in commencement was lost on account ot strong, time since the levy was n This Is an exceptionally years ago. and that the tax could not class and the instructors are juBtly , v..v ..m ui plre. Had tne uruisu neei Deen be collected. After bringing about proud of them. The class roll Is as bo It would be found to be In gaged fQr months ln struggling to conference between attorneys, follows: 1914. If so, he must have been w,n the mastery of tho BeaB aKain8t the Norrine Harris Barnett, Garnett any such no- - tfce actlye nftva, forces ot Gertoany Mr. Miller obtained a continuance of quickly disabused ot case against Mr. Abell, and it is Combs, Ruth Combs, Mattye - the amerce, not on- nQW a88Umed the ,t0B wU, be d,8. th0 wh0,e Vn- Duke, Edna Louis Elliot, ,y ot ? Unted St"eS-"- " e:?Ly hissed and the Sheriff permitted to Nancy Ellen Ford, Mollye Gorln rZ " , . " -- neutral nation, wouiu nuv uecu i"'" bis new bond and continue Flencr, Cllffle Cleo Felix, Howard er being able to conccntrato against brought practically to a standstill execute, office. E. Glenn, Otis Howard, Willis CarGermany with considerable superior No endurable rate of marine lnsur in his Union county Sheriffs son Lyons, Maurlne Catherine Marone. 0U?'e;ir years ago when' the tin, Helena Coster Miller, Elizabeth ity of strength as a very remote aMQ wou,d coyered the r,gk of ships B". Yet. even so, he argued: "Tne ue- - and cargoes falling into the hands of ipecial """" personal property was Moore, Raymond Nail, Luclle Plrtle, levy of feat of a strong German fleet would Dr,tl8h or Gcrmnn men-f:w- a and ordered . to . 8atlsfy the Judgment of Wilbur Preston Rhoads, Aaron T. substantially weaken the enemy bo nHnni vmiH hnvn hpn Ross, William Parke Taylor, Ona ,ory wmkum , b,,.. LindMae Whlttlnghlll, Margaret (. say Williamson. "".?:" A.ter b.teg by secured world almost as serious as those Imposed on office of Sheriff several men were anadequate fleet." Until the strong the belligerents. ordered to proceed with collection of Col. Roosevelt Says Action Must Be CeHrnun 1ct haB elected to stako its Taken at Once. the tax to pay the judgment, but destruction on the possibility of beSyracuse, N. V., May 10. TheoMexicau Quail for Kentucky. they refused, as the task was looked enemy dear It ing able to cost tho dore Roosevelt tonight gave out the Frankfort, Ky., May 11. The upon as being close to Impossible will bo Impossible to pass on the corfollowing statement: State Game and Fish Commission at I rectness of that conclusion. "On the night of the day that the meeting here this afternoon ar- - uuregon uottiea up dj-- viua In a Cm one point the uerman uranu disaster occurred, I called the attenIrapuato. .. in orrnr. ranged for. the Importation next fall Washington, May 11. Villa rep- tion of our people to the fact that iVauiely. as to the Improbability of of 5.000 quail from Mexico and 3.the sinking of the Lusltanla- - was to 000 rlngneck pheasants from Eng- - resentatives hee announced the great naval power being able shipment of 2.500 ot the that the Carranza army under Gen. not only an act of simple piracy, concentrato all its striking forces at land. A that it represented piracy acdls- - Obicgon had been driven backward but Owing to the much- - do-- latter birds have already been shipment will be and bottled up by Gen. Villa's forces companied by murder on a vaster noSnced principles of strategy ad- - trlbuted. The' Spted by Sir John Fisher, when First Placed In the hands of people who at Irapuato, and Investment ot that scale than any old time pirate had ever practiced before being hung at- - volunteeer to keep thep, In coops, place was In progress. Sea Lord of'the 'Admiralty, no In rnpU nn,l flv hflnn to the COOD. , ,, No advices reached the State De for his misdeeds. ..temnt was made to maintain a "I called attention to the, 'fact or this report. natrol'of the outer seas by fio- - The planfive Executive Agent vara is partment to confirm veryllttle Tne that this was merely the application such .coops In .each coun.,dopftrtBaent'hasrhad to have till? .of ineffective .small . cruisers, 'ty, .' . The keepers are to free five matlon as to the military situation In on the high seas and ay our ex"-and every effort wa.oentu ... -,:,. ... -- received in their countl,8 and Central Mexico recently, presumably pense ot the principles 'which when -- ... atlonpr a gr and FUh 0oBmlMloB wiU -- MM of the limited wire facilities applied on land had produced the " ,. rp . Towering atrengtn to neutra,., thlli;;- -: -- ;. innumerable hideous tragedies that ,i?rrr.nemLtDwhlch France progeny, leaving the original birds In Duvai West .who a awaiting hero have occurred In Belgium and in th!T.reatest aaval power ras able, j possession of the. keeaers,. In this- an opportunity to present a full re. Northern France. pro"I said' that not only our duty to the war, way tie commission expects to; a i port of hi8 recent tour of Mexico a th riDenlaa-.o- f jwon-aite- r pagato birds"! already accllmted at president Wilson's personal rwfreaen- - humanity at large, 'but our duty to to eauuw '' pre-- tatWe 80 far has revealed hU con- - preserve our" own national self rein - .less expense1 and risk .than In a Lapeyrerethedefens, lUnu only to Secretary Bryan la spect dpmaatad Instant action on I qur part and' forbade all delay. the office of the commls- - one brief Interview, hald'on R9 la """ tuo unwsu wpf The European situation has crowd- can do little, aore than reiterate allB"mnow, with, practically the North. When the Gered consideration ot. Mexican affairs what I thus aald. the war I aside for the time belaj at the White man 'decree established perch Vlll arrive here VrlLea hiU the MedUerraawn with threatL ': rZ..-..v- .. fmmWhA nnvamment hatcheries and House, and State DeaartBaeat oflclals tone and ofaourse plainly . y all her ftrwia. a 'v .. h'v did not knoW whea ened exactly the type ot tragedy i.rvih..i i iiMim. in '..in ' tk? Qeriaa jJahad'whfeh tha Bectea of fl,sh formerly the Presldeat would be able to give '.which bat occurred, our govern-'menotlfled Germany that la the Mr. Wesfa reuort his atteatlon. Vi. i tyaa pttaatti was w?fv I ( 1 ." Ger-poslb- lo .--- '' ( Interesting. event of any such wrong doing at tho expense ot our citizens we would hold tho German government to a strict accountability. "Tho use of this phrase 'strict accountability' of course must mean and can only mean that action will bo taken by us without an hour's unnecessary delay. It was lnflnent- ly proper to use tho exact phrase that was used; and having used It. our own self respect demands that wo forthwith abide by It." Mrs. Randle In Trouble. Wednesday's Owensboro Inqulr.ir cays: Mrs. Kate Pandle, alias Mary E. Horner, who was brought to Owens boro Tuesday morning by Chief ot Police Bell from Birmingham, AU , charged wlth.hav'ng passed two forced checks for $75 each on the Owensboro Banking Company and the United States National bank, was allowed to return to her home on a bond of $300, executed by her attorney, Claude E. Rltter, for her appearance before Judge Hasklns on Friday morning, May 28. Mrs. Randle was again brought before Judge Hasklns at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, but County Attorney Blrkhead Insisted that the prosecution be postponed pending a further Investigation of the case. Mr. Blrkhead desired to get a report from the Burns Detective Agency, which was instrumental ln having the officers ot the two banks swear out warants for the arrest of Mrs. Rand- dle. Unless the prosecution can secure more evidence than it now has. Mrs. Randle wil not be required to return, but the case will be ds missed. While in Owensboro under charge ot the officers, Mrs. Randle made a very favorable impression with all of She is a fluent those who met her. talker and did not show any signs ot fear when she was being "looked over" by the officers of the bank. ;was:ln Hartford sev eral, weeks in' March, promoting what she termed a "Mother's Club."Whlle here she made a good' impression, conducting herself in a moat ladylike manner. It seems somebody has committed a serious blunder. MrsV-Jlari'd- le SENTENGf Asserts Evidence Proves He Is Innocent. Does Not Know Who Murdered Mary Phagsn. The Factory Girl. Atlanta, Ga., May 10. Leo MV was sentenced to be Frank hanged on Tuesday, June 22, for the murder of Mary Phagan. Frank, when brought before Judge Hill to be resentenced, made this statement: "Again I stand before you. Again I can but reiterate that I am innocent ot the murder of Mary Phagan. I have absolutely no guilty knowledge of that tragic occurrence. "I am Innocent of this charge and I assert that the record of the evl- dence conclusively proves this. No appellate tribunal has ever passed upon this evidence. The only Judge who has ever heard it stated that he had the most serious doubts as to to-da- y , my guilt. "My execution will not avenge Mary Phagan's death. A life will have been taken for a life, but the,-rea- l culprit will not havo paid the. penalty. I will suffer for another's crime. "My truBt is ln God, who knows thatffiay protestations ot innocence are thetruth. At some future date' the whole?- mortal world will realize it. It is the knowledge that God knows it now and that the world will know It some day that Inspires me-aI ..stand, before Your. Honor and as I -s u, .J en-the- n, "U. 'Z.Z1 ::va ' "xr sme-, tota San-dert- ur r ,, u.peo,lMv,h. ::,:,z lh. n.t,,i z '" ""' ;"" irr ,r;r.y.r; ''r. ..io. to-d- if.i ...... n: r. ." ..-.- . . ---- j I nvM toM?VriT.rr:":B" 7T?. .,.', pa,'f .'" ,. .4m rrr"!! iir at "Anything else fialghiB'JIa1?? time would be but an elaWrat6ff'orf-H- ' my words to the' court: 'Yet aaitfali ly alive to the fact that my position is most precarious. It Is a situation whJch is so far removed from any-thing that my life and mental attiMrs. Carman Acquitted. tude could have bespoken. It Is hidMlnneola, N. Y., May 10. Mrs. eous but at the same time so unreal, Florence Carman was acquitted this so incongruous. afternoon' of the murder of Mrs. "It Is fundamental in human life to Louise D. Bailey. The Jury was out want to live. This desire to exist, is only a short time. This was ner ingrained ln all ot us It Is the baaio second trial. morality ot all who live. To those The Jury was agreed on the first who have the proper ideals ot living, ballot and the verdict was return life without honor Is Insufferable. ed at 5:32 o'clock, one hour and This Is the message ot theology and twelve minutes after the Jury had ethics. retired. Mrs Carman, who had been "In the light ot the whole truth I depressed and apparently extremely know and the Almighty knows anxious all day, brightened as Jus that the morality of my position In This betice Blackmar delivered his- charge this case is unassailable. and beamed with happiness when the ing so, my complete exoneration ot verdict, was announced. this terrible charge lies in the future. She shook hands with all the Ju When that .day arrives I shall be vinrors and left after a few minutes dicated rand if I am alive I with her husband for their home in enabled to enjoy freedom and honFreeport. or. In his charge to the Jury Justice "Therefore I want to live. Blackmar said that theh state's case "The full truth and all of the centered on the testimony of Cella facts ln the case, when they come to Coleman, a negro maid in the Car- light, as some day they will, will man household, who testified that prove to the world that my. assertion Mrs. Carman had darted Into the ot Innocence is the truth. "The legal arena' Is closed f ntftv, kitchen the night, of the murder with a revolver in her hand and an The bar Is placed forever agalmtlEM " '' Yet the Issue of nounced "I killed him." Tho Cole- ther man woman also testified that Mrs. gullt'or innocence has been before Carman had come to her room early but one court, that in which the All subsequent appeals Jury sat. the next morning and expressed for having "killed ""that were made upon alleged legal and . poor' woman." judicial errors, not upon the facts In his charge Justice Blackmar or the evidence. Since the Jury heard said: the case no court ot inquiry or review r "It has been obviously shown that has sifted the evidence. No decision she (Cella Coleman) was careless ot of any appeals court undertook to the truth; but that Is not conclusive, predicate an opinion on the record of The It Is .for you to decide, after consid the testimony and evidence. ering all the circumstances, whether doubt of the trial Judge as to my the primary question In this case is guilt still remains." whether you believe Cella Cole Frank had prepared his statement man." but when Judge Hill asked htm it he had anything "to say why sentence Big JudRmeat Revised. Bhould not be pronounced upon4 him, The Court of Appeals last week re the prisoner stood erect, with his versed the Ohio Circuit Court ln the head thrown back and without once case Porter vs. The Taylor Coal Co. referring to the written text, deA Jury had awarded tho estate ot J. claimed it with the emphasis and gesE. Porter a verdict of 17,000 for the tures of an attorney making a plea death ot Porter two years ago when before the court. When- - Frank had finished the five men lost their lives ln an old air shaft from gas, Under the Court's Judge recited briefly the legal Judgruling It wttl be almost impossible mentB in the case and then ordered for the plaintiff to stay in court, un- that the original sentence of. death be executed and set the date. As the less new evidence can be secured. Judge concluded. Mrs. Frank, wo . Huaffry? Buy Herat sat at a table with her husband' athar kind of cereal do you eat torneys, showed W head a What for breakfast! We ar,aute to car- arms ea the table and sobbed tuletBLACK. X. 1LER ry it. Iwill-be' legal-'proces- ' . Modern Detective's BIG SKODA GUN OF THE AUSTRIANS "Park" for Kin-R- cr Prints. pack" In onti of Tho flngcr-prli- i' llic most IntercstliiR adjuncts to mevj-er- n police work, ami should you soo a detective on tlie Btrcet with one of the specially designed rccoiWarku you would not for niuomcnt suspon his Identity or oven surmlso wlih wh'il vital conscuo'ices the contents wtro concorncd. I .very police deprrtment usliifi tho thevury naturo B r.Itllou system ! of this phuse of detection, has rcBii-la- r finger print receptacles fashioned after the original French model, fl at least somo arrangement that may serve the people. One of these cases containing sonvj article that has Its part In the ordl- nar' economy of domestic or profes- slonnl life 'may also contnln Incon trovertible evidence to send some 'mn or woman to the death penalty for a crime of lilood or, on, the other jhand being sure conviction to an adroit, polite and unsuspected social bandit comlnc under tho romantic nlncalflr-itln- n nf "HnfllM." Ami In i this connection it is interesting to know that a well dressed, winning 'mannered rogue who had robbed the 'rooms of many guests of fashionable nr r nmn q wnH .nu innni. t . . uirougm to uook iiiruiiKit miKur-prij- u I1., Tin lt1mittst.il nmrbe U'npn nti wit ,l.lUCO l(IC IU(.llllVlil muiito three jewel cases he had emptied, 'The cases, carefully placed In the "pack," had been carried to police .headquarters on each occasion. Here are given two views of the original "packs" designed by the One case is for (great criminologist. bottles, tho other for plates. burglars and sneak thieves are wearing gloves, to avoid Bertlllon Identification, butYjf course it often happens that a skilled craftsman needs the deftness of his unincumbered fingers. And there it Is that he lays himself open to detection. The objects collected by the police for examination are handled as carefully as though they were fashioned of the most fragile glass. This precaution is natural, because the slightest amudge made upon the specimen In the handling of it may obliterate the only good clue that might be yielded by the entire detective investigation of the case. I "V-t- tte safe-blower- s, !tmmj&JWFft3F$3&xmtM&Hi y 9 'A t j siififlnBMiKaiwivk,Marj!afs.. C'7PHfS1TJV,fcij4rS mmmmmwmkmzKmmumM i w..lii mffimvrmm&m&ifflfflm im e.. !r-t Gan&YMSi,F.j4. W4 9W i&pi feet form, lint to uso such methods Indiscriminately, as the Democratic Congress has done, la practically to Insure the enactment of laws which future Congressmen must either re peal or spend ninny wcoks to amend. This Is tho task which Democratic luistn nnd lustful urc of a powerful majority has Created for fuluro Con- grosses. Specific examples of blundering will not ho enumerated In this article. It is enough at present to mnko tho general statement that tho Democratic party has "Sown a wind of legislation anil Is reaping n whirlwind of mistakes." Future articles will appear that will show In detail the various Instances of blundering, careless drafting of hills that finally went on the statute boks without correction. Ilmv Nations Will Kplorc tlie Sk at I ho Polo. The Home convocation of the Incommitternational mctropologlcal tee appointed a special commission, with Gen. Ilyknchev or St. Petersburg as president, to arrange an Inobternational campaign of uppcr-al- r servations iiround the north polar basin. In conjunction with similar ob servations to be made by the forthcoming Arctic expeditions, especially proposed north polar Amundsen's " aA Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest n " j j ' T T r If you had a machine that you could operate at n good pro- lit day In and day out, would you not count ns a loss tho time It stood Idle? T T r ' ) ' T T i ....... i. nn.i ..n.,nw.,,titllif, mnflitftMn ftivnetml In j our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It rams In- terest every day of the wcok, every week of tho month and every month of the year. Remember, wo give you absolute security nnd pay you tho best rate of Interest. I J J J J r W t Central Trust Cor. 1th KNOWN Mini Company j I'rcilcilui. KVi:itYVlli:Ki:astlie.S.ri:niiillti:i.I.HM:.XK :(. MMMa && J - fcT v '- "MIg r wwKw-- ' - scr; rr:SKffiffTww2-ifSWJBKW s udrKXMMr! i, -' i s 5SS? !HwSw5rS :Sfr4.l?J',r'Z:--,'i$flWra2E8'&;-."'.NiMW4iMJhAaAj'ANxaaC-XjyjWysfK- AJMal Utf"t ?SJjBi5iiaRSiwj t&SESS? ,.tftei:2,r - ' mmS3m&&mlmii&t " wwif wvf . wn &&&& XmTIvm w. sxtni ,vWrtw(4ti.' t ,jg2 a.SSSiWFi The commission held a meeting at Copenhagen several months later and heard with gratification the that tho Canadian government had decided to equip at least WORKING FOR POLAND PADEREWSKIS two, and perhaps four, Arctic stations with balloons and theodolites, nnd observations would be that upper-nl- r made by one or both sections of the "v jJZZiW Canadian Arctic expeditions now in r .(i.rfwt-- . j" Hi r ' n.w the field. Two Canadian stations, one at York Factory and one at the northern point of Labrador, are to be equipped with wireless telegraphy. The Russian mctcrologlcal service hopes to establish stations nt a point In Nova Zembla, at Yakutsk, and nt Verhoyansk, equipped with kites, pilot blloons and sounding balloons. whlle pilot balloon stations will be operated at Alcxandrovsk, Archan gel, Vaigach Island and Obdorsk. The Danish government will have stations in operation at Disco island. West Greenland and In Iceland. o-- o n The German observatory In Whooping Cough. promised their "About a year ago my three boys and several other stations were prohad whooping cough and I found posed, but war has interfered. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tho on&$m si r i It was decided that, ns far as posly one that would relieve their cough- sible, dally observations should bo ing and whooping spells. I contin- made at the stations, especially durued this treatment and was surpris- ing the period from September, 1915, ed to find that it cured the disease to September, 1916, when It was exIn a very short time," writes Mrs. pected that Amundsen would he nearArchie Dal'rymple, Cro'oksvllle, Ohio. est the pole. Since the meeting of Ignace. Paderewski, the famous pianist, and his wife photographed on For sale by All Dofrflers. the commission Amundsen has an' their arrival In this country, where they are carrying on a campaign for the J nounced the postponement of his exraising of funds to relieve the distressed people of Poland. Legislation! and lilunders. pedition for another Vcar.and the arhistory of two rangements described above will The leglslattvt sending one within five feet of him. years of Democratic rule was com- doubtless bo modified acordlngiy. DROVE AWAY THE TOOTHACHE When the twelfth one had been fired pleted March 4. ThoVe two years have cowboy rode off at the been marked by one of the most acAre You HIieiimatM'.' try Slonn'ti In His Thirst for Revenge the Colonel the top of his speed and the colonel tive periods of this counInto camp to dismount and . came Had No Time to Think of Physl- If you want quick and real relief try has ever seen. WltbN? House from Rheumatism, do what so many say: cat Ailments. "Get me a hundred cartridges and ready and able to execute hia..dc-cree- s thousand other people aro doing down to the last word and with whenever an attack comes on, bathe One rooming the colonel rolled out my own horse and I'll follow that man a working majority to the senate. tho sore muscle or joint with Sloan's of hiti blankets with the lumping to the end of tho earth." "How's the toothache, colonel?" was President Wilson took the oath of oftoothache, and, though he exhausted No need to rub it In ; Liniment. all the remedies in camp, nothing bad asked. fice March 4. 1913. With prophetic Just apply the Liniment to the sur"Toothache! Why, It's all gone, and eagerness he summoned Congress In any effect. It was 40 miles to the neareut town, with the chances against I'll have that fellow's scalp If I have extra session a month later. With face. It Is wonderfully penetrating. It, goes right to tho seat of trouble finding a dentist there, and it was to stay out here all summer!" Washthe exception of six weeks of respite ant draws the pain almost immedifinally decided to appeal to one of the ington Herald. last fall the party machinery has been ately. Get a bottle of Slpan's Llnl-me- n cowboys on his station, five miles in operation ever since, grinding out No Use. away. He came over in response to for 25c. of any druggist, and a message, and,' after taking a look i The civilians who volunteered the experimental laws that affect every have it in tho house against Colds, at the tooth, which was a double one services of themselves and their mo-- phase of our social and commercial Sore Swollen Joints, . T untfmnn UUIllUHbvi tor cars to convey tho Fatherland's jlte on the upper Jaw, the cowboy said Your Sciatica and like ailments. Kurnel.-kin shoot that tooth out .holiday gifts to the German troops in It discloses lit fact that during money bck if not satisfied, but it you don't mind tne trencnes at tuo iront were sum- that time tho Democratic Congress as slick . as. grease If 1 does givoilmost Instant relief. the scar It will leave on yourcheeks." moned before a gray old Bavarian has enacted and the President has "Shoot It out!" shouted the colonel. general to recelvo Instructions as to signed more crude, imperfect and Osteopathy. their behavior In the enemy's country. "Why, man, jou must be crazy." ' Dr. G. B. Pockory, whose office is Tho general explained to them that nugatory laws tlu.n ever wrltt"n dur"Wall, mebbe I kin pick In enough they might expect in passing through ing tho same length of time by any at Beaver Dam, will bo In Hartford powder to blow it out" a village to bo fired on by francs- - American Congress. It furnisher an every MondayX Wednesday and Fri"Never!" "Might chuck It out with a piece of tlreurs, and added that the persons indictment of Jiasto and lack of day of each week and will treat paIron-mia hfono!' continued tho cow- - who fired the shots might not always legislative intclllglice that Is found tients at their homes. 37tf be men entitled to bear arms. . jj0y( to be humiliating to the party rei, fixing "Take an example," said he, "And jomight go to Texns and be- sponsible. Safety In Dampness. yond!" exclaimed the buffering and In- - his eagle eye upon one of the That here has been a tremendous A scientist declares that In a thunteers; "supposo you have entered a man. quantity of pglslntlon cannot be de- der storm the safest courso for a hu"I'm only telling you how we do It Helglau village, and wuue you are out here, and If jou don't want that spinning along through the market nied. More tj"ian four hundred public man being Is to get thoroughly wet. laws have ijeenplaced upon the stac-ut- e He declared that hl could kill a rat square there is a lively tusmaue tooth out you'll hcv to stand the pain. at you from the surrounding books A' tho Democrats since when dry by means of nn electric The cowboy started for his station, hut after a gallop of u mile he re- houses. You turn toward your assail- they came i'nto power. These are dlfcharge, but never hcn It was wet. windesignated "public" because they apturned to beckon the rest of us aside ants and see nothing but empty dows. Only in the second story of propriate nigeyfor general purand ttald: Hick Headache. "He teems to be a purty squar' sort one house nn old woman Is peering poses or affcyC'iJenQral law. In adMrs. A. L. Luckle, East tochektor, yould you do In that case, of n man though a leetle techy and out. What dition to these? vlfyjdrfrd.8 of private N. Y., was a victim of Vlck headache I'm sorry fur him. Is he u good rider?" Mr. Meier?" bills have been pussci.j.y; and despondency, caused by a badly "I'd not look back," was the reply. "Only fair." Those who have cldtfiij obb'orved weakened and debilitated condition "Kin he shoot?" Limit Libations to Three. the methods of legislation 'Jtavl by of her stomach, whenshe began tak"Not very straight." The number of tho Democratic majority aro notMfyJ ing There Is a limit. Chamberlain's Tablets. She "Thtn I think I can cure that toothcocktails, highballs, fizzes, and other prised at tho faulty results. The Vi'ays. "I found (hen pleasant to tako, ache." Ho Bpentrtwo minutes unfolding the flavored and perfumed libations known present administration has been ad- fcfyo mild and effective. In a few plot and then went over to the suf- to possess a slow, sinuous, undulating mittedly notable, fcveti notorious, for peek's time I van restored to my familiarly known as a recoil action ferer nnd said: In enactIts steam roller short-putftVmer good health." For salo by "Kurnel, I've come back to say "kick," that may bo consumed at one ing laws. Every important bill passAicueaiers sitting is Just three. The three-rounyou nr a booby." put through with small ' "What," yelled the colonel, as ho limit applies, however, to a relatively ed has been small zone of operations, but, never- consideration beyond that of party rami For Sale. t b piling up from his seut before tho theless, a popular one. expedience. As soon as tho Presi Atout G6 acres 3 miles East ot campflie. The ruld has been promulgated by a dent proposed a law, then the cau IlartfVd, pn Hartford and Cromwell "A booby and a squaw, kurnel, and leading hotel for guldanco of the fro cus approved it, tho majority rush road, llkcwiue a durned old liar." 'i miles from pike. Four Tho colonel jumped for him, but tho d it through committees and back row in coVbo in good repair. Evercowboy dodged and ran for his horse. the President for his signature. lasting witer at residence Two We had another ready saddled with during theVnernoortrau: Slncto Willi US HllIU UVUUIU UO JU3BIUIV, baAis. tobVcco and stock. Plenty ot room la designed for the special Ull two loaded revolvers in the holsters. this under iron clad special rules peaces an apples. All hill' land, and tho "booby" sprang Into the sad- comfort of women, and no mere man and gave chase. After getting out can purchase anything In It unless lie that permitted no chance for intelli bu.t very iMod condition. Possesdlo and sion any tlilW, Torms reasonable. on tho prairie half a mllo the cowboy is escorting one or more of tho fair gent consideration or amendment AvPNETT1 & 80N, It U conceivable that a few hilts Apply to began to clrclo and shoot and yell, "ex, were is a suspicion mm iuu rm vepubllcun Office, and the colonel followed him and shot bad the women In view when, designed. might be put through a legislative Sao Francisco Chronicle. body la this way and emerge lo per- - 23tt Hartford, Ky. iwv. the whole 12 bullets without Spltz-berge- Tho Austrians have made excellent use of the Skoda 30.5 centimeter guns in the fighting In the Carpathians. One of these guns is shown here about to be fired. drift. 7mSSf The Allen 34 When j'oil pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get S895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. 'We build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is Krone and permanent-- Wc arc in the automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price wc get. If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handsome car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the touring carat Allen 34, S95, is the complete answer to your requirements. Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen Allen 37 14 h tt n e, horsepower Weston-Mo- Moating axle, mohair top and leather uphohtery, Warner tnniniisi ion ami steering Rear, expanddrive, ing brakes, 1 10 inch htelb.n;, demountable rimi, aluminum crank case and aluminum tram- u minion cue, full mint t tlttlrtc left-han- d -tautp-Ugh- and tltctrie starter. H3KB iPBI I Tlie weljht of the cur ta Z30O 11,1 . which, wltli the power uf Ihemolor.luiurc economy of operation. W build (Its other anodalt, thrcv roiditr ad Iwb tourlnt reniial In prlc from SMS to SUM. cr, In ityli,fintih, pawtr, tconamj tf operation, tjuifrttnt, itrvtttablt qualiuei and prut, Ailtn can laki tht ttaJ Factory Repreientntires for Southern Ohio, adjacent Writ Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana anil entire State of Kentuoky. Kenton Motors Co. 3tL2rt AGENCY Dealers i Write or wira for agency proposition kind-hearte- law-maki- 4 NEW INSURANCE I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Hartford, iEtna, 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, I ad 1 E. E. BIRKHEAD, Prairie Dog' Occupation. Rex Allaman, a traveling man who visits Clovla regularly, tells this story, says the Clovls (N. M.) Journal: "I was telling a lady friend la Atchison recently about the prairie dogs out hero. I said, 'Why, there are thousands and thousands of pralrio dogs on tho plains.' Tho woman expressed surprise and said: 'What aro they doing? Watching the sheep?'" , - Hartford, Ky. - J When in Louisville! , v volun-dlgnu- i i STOP AT ECKERT'S , s d Clianiberlalii's Liniment. esThis preparation is intended pecially for rhoumatlsm, lame back, sprains und like ailments. It is a favorite with people who are well FRANK ECKERT, Prop. acquainted with Its splendid qualiH.H.ECKERT.Mgr. ties. Mrs. Charles Tanner, Wabash, Ind., says of It, "I havo found Cham$1 Up, European. Plan berlain's Liniment tho best thing for lame back and spralus I have ever used. It works like a charm and reliovcs puln and soreness. It has bocn used by others ot my family We Knock the Spots Out of Things as well us myself for upwards ot twenty years." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For salo by All Dealers. By ProxyT 5th Avenue Hotel I t Ladies' and Men's Garments L TlTrJ. - French Dry Cleaned and Pressed in a metropolitan choral Superior Manner. conductor was once holding voice Send us your Garments aud Havo trials preliminary to the organization Them ot a colored choral club ot Jubilee singers. One of the Boprano appliCLEANED CLEAN cants was extremely reticent when Packages called for and delivered. asked to sing a scale. Finally the director, becoming Impatient, asked: "What's the matter don't you sing?" THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB' "Well," she. hesitatingly replied, "not A. Iva Nail, Irop. puasoaally." HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. A well-know- n k I'lirnKrapliH Worth Hauling, Women aro urging tlio creation of a farm women's bureau in the dc- parlment of ngrlculturo. Reliable evidence is abundant that women are constantly being restored to health by Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound The mr.iy testimonial letters that we arc continually publishing in the newspapers hundreds of them are all genuine, true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude for the freedom from suffering that has come to these women solely through the use of Lydia E. Plnkham's The scllng not long ago of several hundred copies of the Hlblo trans- latcd Into Japanese to the students of one of tlio leading universities at Toklo is In lino with the report of a Scottish lllblo society which distributed during the last year In China 1,676,000 Chlncso Dibles, issued from the society's printing press In Hnn-kons well as placing amongst the people of .lapnn during the Inst year 79,407 copies of tho Scriptures. Of approximately $7,000,000 emer30 Vegetable Compound. Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain such recommendations ; you may depend upon it that any testimonial we publish is honest and true if you have any doubt of this write to the women whose true names and addresses arc always given, and learn lor yourscir. . . For catalogue and information. Box A. Coughs and Colds through neglect and delay. Why make yourself an easy prey to serious aliments and epidemics ns the result of n neglected Cold? Coughs and Colds snp your strength and vitality unless checked In the early stages. Dr. King's New one from Mrs. Read Discovery is what you need the first N..F. "1 wns sick for two years with nervous spoils, nnl CAsmr.N, dose helps. Your head clears up, my kidneys wen? ixfl'edcil. I had a doctor all tlio tinio and used a More than a score of American you breathe freely and you feel so galvanic battery, hut nothing did 1110 any good. I was not uhlo to go firms are establishing new color much better. Uuy a bottle y and soon U) hut spent my time on a couch or in a sleeping-chai- r, works or enlarging the output of ex- and start taking at once. 1 lxicaino almost u skeleton. Finally my doctor went away for his isting plants to meot the demands of health, and my husluind heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetahlo the textile industries and other allied Compound and got me some. In two months I got relief and now I HcnutlfjIiiK. The Furni. , s, jun hko a new woman and am at my usual weight. I recommend brandies of manufacture for If A Kansas farmer who 'made a your medicine to overy one and so does my husband." Mrs. Tillie tho supply of which formerly wateks, 030 Mechanic Sticet, Camden, N.J. came almost exclusively from Germa-ny.an- d small fortune on his fnrm retired which has been cut off since and moved to town. After three From Hanover, Penn. monotonous idleness, with Great Urltain's embargo against Qer-mn- n ytars Hanoveii, Pa. "I was n, very weak woman and Buffered from commerco. The department of nothing to do and nobody to talk to, I had toen married over four touring down pains and buel;ach( commerce today announced it was de- he was visited by an idea a most years and had no children. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound iHv'i' voting much attention to the progress original one. He went back to tho woman. .After proved an excellent remedy for it made me a well FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN farm and began to develop a model In American dyestuff manufacutree, taking a fewliottlen my jmins dNapiieaud, and wo now havo one of Governors the liiH'st boy babies you ever buw." Mrs. C. A. JtiuKiiuui:, U.F.D., All Pictures of Kentucky'sto tho pr.i.nt and had found a noteworthy advance of the Garden of Eden in tho center From the foundation of tho SUlo Is'o. , H.uiover, P.i. nnd had found a noteworthy ad- - of It; a Paradise after the old oul coopleto collection In exUteaco time Tho description, of course, for he Pictures of all Prc!dent s of the United States, f rem Now answer this question if vm can. Why should a vance. was an orthodox fanner and knew or to Wilson, llaca of all Nations In color. Theoryal latest Kentucky Map showinn Countlci.towns.rallrcadj.Coa-crreslonwoman continue to suffer without first giving Lydia E. districts, etc. Latest Kentucky Ccntus. A civilization greater than, that cared nothing about the higher critcomplcteniapof theUnitri itatcs. Fullandcompletrnapolthe i;ikham's Vegetable Compound a trial? You know that now in the temperate zone will be icism. otld. IntheHistoricalKcntt.ck-El.'tchlienU.erolitIcstatistics from the founJitb- - ot the frtate to the present time. it has saved many others why should it fail in your case? built In the tropics as the result or He modled out of cement as InIt IncluJejt-- AU State OificUs. Executive Department. All habitants of ills Garden, Adam, Eve, to disease, according Departments of conquering .O n.rUrimrnt n.i t h,. fr.trr. with tfcelr "f SO years Lyd'n V.. rinklinrn's Vcjreiafclo For Surgeon General Gorgaa of the Unit- - the Devil, the Serpent, Cain, Able Kentucky Boards nnd Courts w i.h their stafl with officers and Compound lias been (ho standard remedy forfc-ma- lo I' :itical Committees and Organizations of tho. mhties. 'ed State? army. This prediction was (with some artistic disregard for ills, 2'o one MHc with woman's alliiicnts .cuv, --ior.nl H t te. KcatucL. umtcj s: tM scnaiotj. ". Cnnr-ll- . juticei. 'itallroad ot the Kentucky .Senatorial butrictsv made by him in an address beforo ehronologyhand over 100 figures. locs justice to herself if she docs not try this fu- 4 Commission rs. .Districts. To give the proper setting to this inn.lq trnm roefs nnu ncrno, it Counties. inn'is mciuctnc and from what th Alabama Medical aseoclatlon re-i- Couitlcs of Kentucky, w.ri made lias restored MimnnyHuffcringwomentolienUh. cently. "The valleys of South Aiuer-ilc- n large cement population required the All of the VJtd SlatisUcs of Kentucky. ya PTBff5.WrItc t o f YDIA E.PIXKH.VM XEMCIXE CO. arc greater in fertility than any establishment of n plantation, includ1 his tinihue and valuable Atlas is free ( CONTIIiKXTTAL) LYNX, .MASS., for advice. nor 'other In the world." Dr. Gorgas said. ing such trees and shrubbery as to all Evening Post subscribers. If full Votir letter will In opened, rend nnd answered now a subscriber, send S3.00 for a city park. by a woman and held in strict confidence. "I believe in time to come wo will would suit tlio L f..LT.UF hAM 25S1 year's subscription, or $2.00 for a mx The idea of such a Paradise may see a more intense civilization In H.iult..l.iilnHnfln. kJ ..iM Jlllillll33UUaV, IJJUUii ll, mill. these great tropical countries than strike the reader as a strange, amus(A Plctso unt2ertni)J. tliejo rates aro by rnsll The Turin was ilic Issue. aud the reason is as follows: oaly, and not ihroughfeifrier or agent. we now find in tho temperate zone. ing vagary and the result as provo1 ufs town is, with one exception, Unfailing and unmistakable signs OUR SFECIAL COMBINATION OFFER: Tills movement Is commencing now cative of smiles, but it filled the days ot n national reaction against the tlio nation's chief center of manu- nnd will affect the Southern States of Its author with delight and busied $3.00 Daily Evening Post, ono year &.&i&- - Kentucky Governor's WaUCuut yr, -- S1.50 !MX3m$jXZ21 Wilson Free-TraaOuih.ibtrutiou facture of railway supplies. The first. The Gulf ot Mexico and Carr every waking moment. Was It not impaired buying power of the. rail'$&?--& ' Hartford"' RejniMicarse --1 - r SlfMRft i and of .u general purpose to briug way supply business down to almost Ibbean sea will prove to the South' 'bqtter than moping In town, or conir..iwr.V(tVn ALL. THREE FOR tinuing his old round of plowing, tlio country back to prosperity what the Mediterranean Is to Euharrowing and harvesting, for which llirought a sufo and banc policy of nothing. In St. Louis there are rope," ?. Protection are to bo nottd In the re- - thousands of idle men who, two years there was po need? ago, were probably employed in inBut It is the Canadian wealth has been devoted k cent municipal elections in Chicago V 5, und Stv I.ouls. In both cases the steel foundries, car shops and re- liberally to tho cause of education, vites attention. IDEA thatnotmost every Might industries. Nine concerns but it has not been often that the farmer eager to make life on the Democratic nominees were defeated lated t alone showed last December a loss benefactor has been a woman. Can- farm something more than a dull by Increased majorities. Chicago gave to Mr. Thompson, Republican of 11,000 men and about $000,000 adian women owe much to Mrs. Lil- round of labor set aside ten acrccs wages peaid out, by comparinominee for Mayor, Uio unparalleled in total lian Massio Treble, who has spent a best suited to landscape 'treatment majority ot 130,000. St. Louis went son with the corresponding month great part of the wealth left by her tor his pastime and playground? Why Republican by, 25,000. That the lt of the proceeding year. father in building and endowing a should country boys leave the farm A year and a half of tho Under-woo- d college of household economy in con- to enjoy among other things the in both cities was govercucd Free-Trad- e TaTiff was enough chiefly by the Issue of Protection vs. nection with the University of Tor- charms of city parks, when they could It you are not familiar with Lippln- , to convince the voters of Chicago onto. ' Mrs. Treble was one of the have one of their own? To adorn it hardly admits of dispute. . Frce-Trud- o cott's you are doing yourself and In Chicago Candidate Thompson con- and St. Louis (hat the Democratic first to believe that tho highest edu- with every plant and tree that will i the publishers an injustice. policy Is a blinder and a detriment, ducted his campaign and almost cation for which women had fought grow there, Including those from ONE STAH und that protection must again bo for strange lands, could be a recreation wholly of the question of the unemhalf a century or more was not a AS GOOD AS BOTTLED IX ployment und distress caused by tlio installed if prosperity is to return. preparation for tho careers which denied to the urban dweller, who has UO.N'D Delivered anywhere in Tho same sentiment prevails through- most of them must lead. Sho had a to be satisfied with a lonely flower Free-Trad- e Tariff. One Underwood the Middle West or East or out the country. If a national elec- fortune, and she lived within the bed and perhaps the care of a soliissued just of his public appeals, any place In Kentucky for only tion prior to election day, was as follows: Free-Trad- e were to bo held tomorrow the shadow of a great university. She tary shade tree. administration and Con- determined to do for women what There are 15,000 men und women y In Chicago out of work. gress would be routed horse, foot the school of applied knowledge was For A Torpid Liver. Either In Four Full Quarts "The Standard Fiction Magazine They will be routed doing aro many more who are work- and dragoons. for men. In a small way the "I have used Chamberlain's TabThere or Gallon Glass Jugs. in 18 IC. Nothing can savo them. experiment was begun 18 years ago lets off and on for tlio past six years of America" ing half time. On acount of this Old Quality Is as pure and country. In a basenjeut in a mission in King whenever my liver shows signs of beluck of work and decreato In wages, Tills Is a Protectionist mellow as Whisky can be NOW IN ITS 6th YEAR street, Toronto. Gradually the work ing in a disordered condition. They our local merchants' business Is sufmade. Distilled from the finest Health Promotes Happiness. developed, und now there Is a facul- have always acted quickly and given fering, many factories und indusselected grain, assuring that Without health, genuine joy is im25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a Year tries aro shut down, und all are com- possible; without good digestion and ty of household economy In Toronto mo the desired relief," writes Mrs. wonderful aroma found only in University. Tho building Is In keep- F, H. Trubus, Springfield, N. Y. For plaining of bard times. The, Illigood Whisky that Is pure (The first magazine to originate the regular bowel movement you can- ing with tho splendid group to sale by All Dealers. nois Centrul has let a contract for especially suitable for family Idea of publishing a complete not have health. Why neglect keep" the purchase of 1,000,000 wortii ing bowels open and risk being sick which it belongs. It has a full staff or medicinal purposes. novel In each number.) of steel rails to a Canadian steel of professors, all of whom aro wo Get our complete price list. SIM Reward. SIM und ailing? You don't have to. Take The readers of this paper will be 1 company because theso rails can bo men. Special prices made in quanA YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION one small Dr. King's New Life Pill pieasea to learn mm mere is at least one Iiurchased In Canada 'J a ton cheap- at night. In the morning you will dreaded disease that science has been tities. the Nile, able to Hall'sall Its stages, Is that Is BRINGS YOU r-- er than . . In Chicago. This Is have a full, freo bowel movement Owing to the falling of nearly all Catarrh.cure Innow knownCure andthe only Catarrh & Co. P. R. positive cure to the medical Egypt will have to Import also a matter of local Interest, and and feel much 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short better. Helps your fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional Mull Order "Department. cannot be divorced from local Issues. appetite and digestion. Try one to- her rice this year. The Nllo has not disease, requires a constitutional treatGO 60 Timely Articles. Stories. ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken InOueiisboro, Ky. so low for nearly 100 years, ternally, acting directly upon the blood Throughout his entire campaign night. 1 been Striking Poems. 00 Pages ot Hu& Co., P. II. Lancaster ,and tho facilities for water storage and mucous surfaces ot the system, therefor the mayoralty, Mr. Thompson by destroying the foundation of the dismor. Owensboro, Ky. persistently pushed the Turlff Issue have been iusufllcieut to relieve the ease, and giving tho patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting Enclosed nnd Gentlemen: Ho denounced the Unto the front. distress. nature in doing Its work. The proprietors , for which send me, ex$ Llpplncott'a Is enjoying a big rehave so much faith In Its curative powderwood Free Trade Turlff law for PE-RU-N- A ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars press prepaid, qts.; vival of . popularity. Thousands of us a revenue- producer docs not burn becauso It for any case that it falls to cure. Send Asbestos its failure gals. Old Quulity 1 Star. new readers have been addejd' to ita The Traveler's Companion has been'burned already, like stone for list ot testimonials. & CO., Toledo. O. and for Its dreadful blow at AmeriCIIKNKV Address: P. J. N'umo Sold by all DniKHltt. 7(c. subscription list during the past or sand, and can be burned no more. can business. Evidently tlio arguTako Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Express OfTlce tew months, and 1U circulation la ment struck homo. Tlio vnst army It Is also very difficult to melt and Mr. Arthur L. Postofflco Increasing rapidly. will not melt with the heat of an a,ot the unemployed, the additional Pierce, JC1S SheAdvice to Republicans. Cut Out and Mall Now. Ave., St. flame. So It can bo used for number who are working reduced ridan Mo. If livTho editor of tho Ileglster, Louis, "Tlio many purposes to line safes, for gas ing, w(U support tlio Republican can"hours and tho great body of small curative valuo of HOW TO REDUCE THE stoves and 60 on. Tho word Is tak- didate for President, In 1910, whethmerchants and tradespeople whoso I'eruna Is truly Greek, and means "un- - er ho Is called n "progressive," "recrippled by Freo-Trad- o wonderful. I think en from tho business has been COST OF GOOD READING OVER 65 YCAHS' stagnation all theso forces It especially valburnn,)le." actionary," or Just n plain Republiuable as a, specifics y EJIPCniCNCE , ,Sond for . s must havo contributed mightily to for catarrh ot tho can, as Lincoln and McKtnley wero. overwhelming disaster suffered Ip eight of the 15 counties In Mis- And wo uiuko tho prediction that system, nnd for a ;i,:tbo Llpptncott; "Little Book of Big party in Chicago's man who lias travki souri' which havo farm .advisers thero tho ctuidldato will bo such a Repubby tho Free-Trad- e v,? eled for years as .i.V, Bargains" municipal election. Flvo hundred of lican ns tho martyr presidents were. , aro 700 schools. I have nnd who Is ,lLiossoojM ' 5' H wE.fpLt JB,i r J - -tlieso schools were visited '.by fnrm Wo muko the further prediction that Thattho same forces operated In certainly exposed N'ew Edition Just PubJ,sued or o ;As82iim agents nnd In many of them tlio boys ho will bo triumphantly elected. Our bringjng' about tho Democratic de- - to irregular meals Trade Marks" Season lflljljlsil nnd uncomfortable J HiA. .'. question. organized to compere advlco to all Republicans Is, forget Designs and girls wero feat In St. Louis is beyond IAQWtir.UT Xrf tkepinK accommoagainst other schools. This competi- the terms progressive standpatters, Tho St Louis Republic, leading DemSENT FREE V'i'ON REQUEST AnvnnetnVI Ci tf4iih nnd rtMcrlntlon war dations, I'eruna Is ffl tion co'nMsts of athletic contests.liilk-ln- reactionaries, . jvuouicr oi( mi' hit , jui cr i ij, .ii ocratic newspaper of the Southwest,, one ;of his best i?3& the 111! but remember . w J. B. LIPPINC0TT COMPANY tv ...wl'.VUtfiCKuifuieiiu sewing, Cooking, stock judging pi oud admits, In the following editorial and most needed Mur.on word Republican. lt t If m. i lAi V!C W tr i.' faU't.tii. IravtUnc compan- WASIIINnTOSbQ.If rf i?92 lHILAll!trillA comment, that the big national issue trm. and grain contests. First in theso (In.) Register. C JVIWMVVi SUIbO S VAiwirai It Ihthmf glrjs of o-- of unemployment was paramount In- - off ' dlsesQ nnd raf8Ni4 eight counties the boysy apd meeting, 1 jHisertcan. ftfc? the municipal campaign: r.eeps mm wen. x each district had an .(. To Prcvju't Itlood Polonlne A hinitioni ii lUntlratri wMilr. larceit clr. ,.. ' Wq cannot efford to blind the real tbrtiforo beartPy recomire-i- It" 1 tholr parents being present, in which ri,4i. jt'iuii. la a ct u.it 'i 'I ui r "' pp)r.Jt once tne vondci(uUia rcllabu DR. to liquid ii' 't. Thoao who object rr r t urn itstl. tit FOR FLETCHER'S oKTt K ! AN r.MtrilC llJ.Ai.INO OIL.aaur cause of our defeat. We were overthy competed la numerous events. ' cine can now erocura Purunu I lUNfSCo."61Ef,"N3wYork I'rciius lb t x.icvca lain and li. alu at rrl...n all flia SVMVV.W ft n nu'li l 111 f thrown by the votes of tho working M IMV ,ji? ijuc louc. otvummcuu lllttl .x.icv. Ji.oa. j this Waters: gency currency outstanding, cent Is in Texas, 8 per cent each in California and Alabamn, about 7 per cent In North Carollnn, C per cent each In South Carolina, Louisiana and Iowa, ubout 5 per cent in Pennsylvania, about 4 per cent in Florida, ubout 3 per cent each In and Oklahoma, about 2 per cent in Oregon and about 1 per cent each In Virginia and Conis scattered Remainder necticut. throughout the country. per met for a big day nml the Attest nlono survived for still final competition that was to take place. Only .pupils who nre regular attendants In the ru- iral school that they represent, bc- tween the nges of J0 nnd --18, arc al- lowed to enter. All mn'terlnl shown In any exhibit In competition must have been made, prepared or gathered by tlio one in whoso name It Is entered Tlio studcntB usually work in teams of threo members. Doth boys and girls nro eligible to all contests, but It Is the aim of the farm advisers to get the boys Interested In the particular lines that apply to their Interests and the girls to theirs. They believe that It Is far better to center a girl's work and ambitions on a to bake a prize loaf of bread ban to bu a good stock Judge. de-sl- re Vaoderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KYl Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and conies from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo made early. Place your eon in this select gioup of boys. Write pi No t'so to Try and 'Wear Out Your Cold It Will Wear You Out Instead. keep on suffering Thousands S m MATHENEY 5l BATTS ld, dye-stuff- .ffif jfv al i o-- Mll-tonh- in Wath-inet- on I !$'. 85? te m', de mmwtt I,- re-ttu- s jfefryi "Old Quality" LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE $3.00 Per Gallon to-da- Lancaster . i ry To-da- itimm j d CT 3 iTtTltlw A fnaja&ir pf(Uifl'-kT,wlt- g, f i all-da- 'Children Cry Sc!eaffli w -- CASTO I RA . 4 H Artford Republican. tilt. nrfordltn to Uw st tfc roMottl fU'tford. Kj., Mtniill 'mttr of thf Mtond Ktri C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor Address all communications ITis Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 8nbr)lifm IeilrlnR th mirr wnttn ddw mnt Blre tlie olil iidilrtwa In HmklnR BnilncM" Lornln nnd Xotlcr 10c per llt Hue tor hi Mi nililltlooul In ertlon. to rn-- h rrqnwt. nnd 5c Obltnnrlv. Itmolnllnnn ntnl Curt nf Thick" fe per lie, nioticj' In nilvnticn. Charch XoUw for nervlow free, but other line. bnrch ndTertl'nnmt. Ac Anonjinoaa coniiuunlrntlonfl will rectUe do ler tr ttentlon CM.ra.toTlD.n.5. 2 TELPHOITEC. uwcu MAY 14. Faimiss' 1S3 CS FKIIUY, Wo can Cblna. now sympathize with The sweet girl graduate is almost ripe. Is it not about time for another Democratic withdrawal? "Turning the other new role for Uncle Sam. cheek,"" is a Wilson now realizes what a man's Job he has on his hands'. Ohio county is due to Join the good roads procession about next spring. of the American nation and the small boy. Certain facts In connection with two of our financial crisis lend a hit of justification to this saying. In August of 1914 the greater part of the world became engnged In war. More completely than over before In the history of the world were trade and financial relations disturbed. For a time the shock was paralyzing. After the recovery from tho shock financiers were still much concerned ns to how to deal with the situation. In this country the condition was acute. It seemed that the commodity, cotton, on which we had depended to pay a largo part of our trade balance would not be exported In very considerable quantities. Our largest consumers were nniong tho belligerents, some of whom could not get cotton, others of whom were not In position to consume the usual supply. We were due to pay Europe by January, 1915, a floating Indebtednnd ness of at least $300,000,000, more would follow after the opening of the year. How were wo to meet the obligations with cotton on the decline? The fact,s are Illuminating. Between August, 1914, and February 1, 1915, we exported a total of $1,157,000,000 worth of commodities, and imported a total of $771,-000,0showing a favorable balance of $384,000,000. Of the total value exported of $1,157,000,000, were represented by agricultural commodities and $495,000,000 Beby manufactured commodities. tween August, 1913, and February 1, 1914, of the total exports, $616,-000,0were manufactured pro $G62,-000,0- KICKS ON DIET OF Taylor's line, to nn alley and crossing Rebels Wife Now Sues .For same In same direction 204 feet tb the beginning. The alley mentioned VARIEGATED VEAL In this deed Is not conveyed nnd it ' no part of tho conveyance. Terms, six months credit with security. After Four Days and S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. By S. A. UUATCHER.D. S. 4413 . QQQQQQQ&!X&mQQQG!XXZQQWZ trt Men's and Boys' I Separation. Ncw York, May 10. Unable ap- Notice. Directors of the Cromwell Deposit Bank of Cromwell, Ohio County, Ky..havlng by proper resolutions determined to go out of business nnd liqultate, notice is hereby given that nil depositors and creditors of said bank will be paid In full through the Beaver Dam Deposit Bank of Beaver Dam, Ky and distribution to stockholders will be made at once through snmo bank. 4214 CROMWELL DEPOSIT BANK. By J. J. Stewart, President. By Delnicr Stewnrt.Cashier. The stockholders and HatsandCaps in Men's and & Boys' STRAW and FUR HATS g will prove very interesting to Our showings parently to determine offhand JubI how much of 'the spice of life" a man may bo entitled to under certain circumstances, Justice Weeks in the Supreme Court, the Bronx, reserved decision on the application of Mrs. Augusta Krack for alimony and counsel fee In her suit for scpn ration from William Krack, a clothing merchant of No, C49 Evergreen avenue, Brooklyn. While Mrs. Krack says her husband struck her, swore at her and was altogether cruel, he retortu with n homely tnlo of dietary woe. On April 4 the clothing merchant, enjoying his day of rest was served by the wife of his bosom with roast veal. Much refreshed, ho went his way to business next day, glorying In a good digestion. Returning tired frpm the marts of trade, he found that his thrifty wife had warmed over the veal. His satisfaction over her saving propensities, was slightly dulled by a feeling that steak would have tasted better. Nevertheless, he consumed the veal and hoped for the best. Met Familiar Aroma. At noon on Tuesday Mr. Krack went home to luncheon, taking with The odor of him a keen appetite. veal arose as he sat down and slew that keen appetite on the spot. The veal had been stewed, but the appetite recognized it. Having lost all right to glory In that good, digestion the clothing merchant on Tuesday night went home and sat down to dinner. Without either a blush or a smile, as far as the papers show, Mrs. Krack placed before him a savory dish of veal. This time It was ragout. The di gestion of Mr. Krack followed the lead of his appetite and went on ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce HON. R. L. MOORE, of Crittenden county, a candidate for the Repub- lican nomination for Stnto Treasurer, General Primary election August 7, 1915. We arc authorized to announce JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, a candidate for State Senator, 7th composed of Senatorial District, Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler counties. General primary election Aug. 7, 1915. any prospective buyer in this line. All the new high crown shapes are represented in different style straws as well as a big variety of the always good styles and they are priced at 25c, 50c, $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3 and $4. A J big line of everyday straws We are authorized to announce The total value of agricultural proHON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver ducts exported in this period was Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Sena $729,000,000, but the cotton exports Ohio county farmers are now tor in the 7th Senatorial District com in that year for that period were more thought to the road prised of the counties of Ohio, But$443,000,000, and the food and meat Republican than ever. ler and Muhlenberg. products only $286,000,000, while primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. Guess Huerta has ceased to won-d- from August, 1914, to February 1 why we didn't administer that 1915, the cotton exports were only We are authorized to announce drubbing to him. $16S,000,000, and the other agriculWILLIAM D. MORRIS, of East Harttural products were $494,000,000, so ford precinct, a candidate for the Even Editor Knott is inclined to that it may safely be said that the Republican nomination for Repre"waver in support of President Wil- farmers of the Middle West came to sentative of Ohio county. General son's German policy. the assistance in this second crisis primary election Aug. 7, 1915. and enabled the nation not only to Jt is almost impossible to convict pay its floating Indebtedness but to We are authorized to announce A woman of murder In any State in secure a margin. From "How Our W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs prethis country. What further 'rights" Farms Have Turned the Financial strike. cinct, a candidate for the Republicdo they want? Tide," by Hon. David F. Houston, in Late that night Mrs. Krack found an nomination for Representative of ' American Review of Reviews for It necessary to administer a seditlve Help your officers rid us of the the Ohio county. Primary election Satto Mr. Krack and she gave him gin! urday, Aug. 7, 1915. blind tigers which are becoming a May. Why say more? great stench in the nostrals of good But as a revealer Mrs. Krack was people who visit Hartford. Americans Reported Safe in Persia. We are authorized to announce not through even then. At noon L. L. EMBRY a Washington, May 10. Assurances candidate for the 'ringing words" of the PresiThe Wednesday Krack sat down to a dish Republican nomination for Represfrom the Turkish government that dent, addressed to Germany some Urumiah, Persia, where of meat balls. Yes, veal Is meat, entative from Oblo County. General time ago were alright, but they will Americans in uprisings were reported some though about that time Krack was primary election Aug. 7, 1915. cease to ring and become mere bandit ago, were safe and not in need beginning to doubt it and to make "sounding brass," unless lived up weeks However, for peace's sake of financial aid, reached the State remarks. We are authorized to announco he devoured the meat balls. Department today In a cablegram JUDGE J. S. GLENN.- - of Hartford, Rebelled at Last. as a candidate 'for the nomination The man who files a petition to from Ambassador Morgenthau at But when that night, Mrs. Krack The first bath room for which I am given m- Constantinople. for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Disget his name on the primary ballot served up the left over meat balls contract, provided same is made within as a candidate for Governor, when j Haiti Bey, an uncle of the Turkish Mr. Krack's attitude changed. Fling- trict, subject to the action of the lie has not yet made up his mind War Minister, is in command of the ing his calf like docility to the winds Democratic party at the State Prithe next month. If in need of other build- to, run, is making a funny spectacle Turkish regulars sent to Urumiah at he momentarily asserted his inde- mary the first Saturday in August, ing material see me. tne Ambassadors urgent request, in 1915. of himself. pendence and also flung the meat his message today Mr. morgamnau balls Into the coal scuttle. Mrs. It Is evident to almost every citi- said: We are authdrlzed to announce enraged at this treatzen of Hartford and vicinity that li"The Minister of War Informs me Krack became ment of the sacred relics and the LAWRENCE P. TANNER, of Owens-borquor Is being sold here, or near here, that Halll has telegraphed that all Ky., a candidate for the nomitwo proceeded to vilify (or "veallfy" in large quantities in violation of Americans in Urumiah are safe and nation for Commonwealth Attorney each other. the local option law. It is the old well and need no financial assistMrs. Krack called a policeman, of the Sixth Judicial District, substory of the utter Inability to enforce ance." who pro'essed entire ignorance of ject to the action of the Democratic the law, without strong and deterKurd bandits are believed to have party at the State Primary the first mined public sentiment, assisting been responsible for the disorders stock raising, butchering and the Saturday In August, 1915. law governing domestic relations as 1 the local officials. Time and again which caused uneasiness as to the applied to cattle or human beings. we have seen juries, from the coun- safety of American missionaries to announce J We are" authorized try too, turn these people loose when there. Since then reports from Ar- - What happened to Mrs. Krack, Mr. BEN D. RINGO, of Owensboro, Ky., A postal costing one cent, might save you somo good money on Krack and the veal that night after it looked as though there were suff- in ('ill a have Indlciitoil Rlmllnr (Hstiir. Building material this year, by bringing to you our prices on anydeparted, does not ap a candidate for the nomination for icient evidence to convict. It is al- bances there. No definite word has'"16 Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth thing you may need in this line. Let us uoto you our price on Lummost impossible to obtain evidence of reached the State Department as to pear, ber, Builders Hardware, Roofing, cither Metal, Kelt or Shingles, next day when Krack re- Judicial District, subject to the action But the a sale. The class of men and boys the Armenian situation, altho an InPaints or Wire Fence. Wo will quote you price. Freight paid to turned, he found the veal, so to of the Democratic party at the State who buy blind tiger whiskey will quiry was ordered as soon as the rePrimary the first Saturday In Auyour railroad Station. Write for prices. generally perjure themselves, rather ports were brought to Secretary speak. In possession' of the house, gust, 1915. for Mrs. Krack had gone. Thus than give away their friend, from Bryan's attention by the Russian Amended nine years of married life and- Is, of bassador. bought. This FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY whom they We are authorized to announce a roast of veal. Incorporated course, a mistaken and exagerated OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for Wilson, Mgr. idea of loyalty and honor. Yet it PORDBVILLB, KY. the Republican nomination for CirA Card From Esquire Dean. Notice. is not always an evidence of depravgeneral priDundee, Ky., May 13, 1915. Anybody wanting to buy a Monu- cuit Court Clerk at the ity. Our local officers should have mary election Aug. 7, 1916. ment or a tombstone, write or call Republican underI Editor the support of all good people, many 2 on 1. of whom will criticise, but lend no stand that it is being circulated in me. Phone We are authorized to announco LESLIE WHITE, agent, Ohio county in order to Injure me In aid, or help shield the guilty. CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the BECAUSE Balzetown, Ky. my race for the Republican nominaRepublican nomination for Circuit GERMANY'S HAND C'ALLKD. tion for Representative, that I am a Court Clerk of Ohio County, General Sheriffs Sale. The sinking of the British ship miller and would, if elected Introduce By vlrtuo of execution no. 700 Is- primary election August 7, 1915 Lusitania last week with loss of legislation in the interest of the mil1,200 men, women and children, over lers and against the interstes of the sued from the Clerk's office of the We are authorized to announce 100 of whom were Americans, by a farmers. I desire to correct this Ohio Circuit Court in favor of J. W. German submarine has brought the story and to say that I am also a Cooper in the suit of J. W. Cooper WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate United States and Germany to the farmer and stock raiser, and one vs. K. V. Williams, Ed Cooper and for the Republican nomination for brink of war. The administration of the best In the county. In fact J. B. Wilson, for the sum of $182.50 Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. at Washington had previously warn- I am more of a farmer than a miller with interest thereon at the rate of General Primary August 7, 1915. ed Berlin that a continuance of such and my Interests aro Identical with 6 per cent, from the 12th day of We areauthorlzet to announce a policy would cause this Govern- the common farmer. Some years ag December 1910, and also for the furPrices to suit the times. ment to hold them to a strict ac- the common farmer. Some years ago ther sum of $25.05- cost therein ex CAJJL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss preAll kinds of repair work count. The President, has sent a I had the honor to represent this pended, I or one of my deputies will cinct, a candidate for the Republican note demanding apology financial re- County in the House of Representa- offer for Bale at the courthouse door nomination for Circuit Court Clerk given prompt and careful muneration and pledges for the fu- tives and did not then introduce or In Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, of- - Onto County. General Primary ture. It is thought Germany will re- support any laws in the interest of on Monday June 7, 1915, between Saturday, August 7, 1916. attention. In, Auient's An animal is a hog Is no reason why fuse tb comply and even may (Jo so the millers, and will not do so if the hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m., old stand, across street in aa offensive manner. Should this elected this time. We are authorized to announce his food should not be carefully sethe folowlng described property lev-le- d on as the property of said K. V. UNDREW THORPE.of McIIenry a lected. It actually pays in dollars take place, there (if only one other from Barnes Bros. Qivp Respectfully, top for us -- frar. If this should re- adv. candidate for the Republican nomina- and cents, to do so. Come to our Williams: W. 8. DEAN. Inspect me a call. A certain lot of ground In the tion for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio store and sult every true American citizen will THE FEED WE CARRY part of Beaver Dam, Ohio County. General Primary election be found standing by the President. southern GUARANTEED. Black MiBrcM;jCrom J. D. Russell's county, Ky., bounded as follows, viz: August 7, 1916. His demands are reasonable and In that makes stock grow and brings accord with all the rules of War, We tioct 'inillnn" HsVa from pen 1, Beginning at a stone, E. P. Taylor's you in larger profits. We have Hog $1,00. White corner in the Morgantown & HartWe are authorized to announce S. Feed, Horse Feed, Cow Feed and cannot be expected to get oft the 11.25 per ior"" P. McKINNEY, of Beaver Dam, as Chicken Feed. face of the earth while other na Wyandot W:- - E. Whttsltt's ford road; thence N 185 feet. to an 's best blood. stone, C. D. Chick's corner; thence a candidate for the nomination for and Mrs, tions fight. Expert Jeweler and Eggs ffjrH uasiraung ana N 88; 235 feet to Harry Waddle's Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the Optician, Kiports of Our Partus to Europe. other Veicrnary urifry carefdlly corner; thence with Maple street S. action of the Democrats of Ohio The Produce Merchants "lLT. 1ARNARD, Dam, Ky. It is a common saying in this performed! county, at the General Primary elec 2 E. 186 feet to a stone, E. P. Tay. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. country that Providence takes care 3vtf ft. P. p: 4, jfartford, Ky. lor's corner, thence with said E. P. tion, August 7, 1916. ducts. in Amalagas, Peanuts and Mexi cans. All sizes and shapes, priced at 10c 15c, 25c. er Your headgear can be well taken care of at this Store. ' E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. '.9SfMSS9S9SS&SSSS9fiSifiSSSA I Will Install at Absolute Cost S 5 PAUL WOODWARD, Contractor o, ill WHAT CENT WILL DO! 444 I Pce Joke JUST NEW JEWELRY STORE - AW0RK fMf Jf9 R. W.XKING, Beaver '' W. E. ELLIS 4 BRO. v -- t u V- WE ARE PREPARED - Doard of Education by tho of J. II. I). Carson, Chairman; C. M. Uarnctt, Secretary, and Dr. B. W. Ford Treasurer, for the ensuing year. ' Tho Hartford has been reorganized SMALL TOWN IS WIPED OUT BY FIRE u V V 'V i Kentucky is in See the Kentucky Rural Credit As- Pleasurcville sociation ml. on the eighth pago of Ashes Fire Uncon- this Issue. Messrs. C. M. Derr & We are prepared now Son nrc looking nfter tho business of trolablc. this enterprise In Ohio County and to show you a splenbid line may be seen at tho office over tho iDnnk of Hartford. l'lcasurevllle, Ky., May 10. The of new Wash materials in Messrs. J. H, Thomas, Fred Coop- business district of l'lcasurevllle is Sheer Quality, plain White er, J. II. Renfrow, W. T. Kcown and in ashes nt midnight as the result of County CliTk, W. 0. Blankenshlp n lire which originated atS:30 o'clock j are or Fancy fabric, The fire (were In Frankfort this wek to repre- In Matin's livery stnblc. Ohio County before tho State Is still raging and menacing outlying sent so much in demand. These Board or Equlllzntlon In an cnort parts of tho town. No lives have been lost, but one to get the rnlsc of 10 per cent, on goods are very popular for 15 per cent, on town man Is missing and fears are enterfarm lands and lotB and personal propecrty removed. tained for his safety. your commencement dressEstimates at midnight plnco the They succeeded in getting tho raise es or midsummer wear. If down to ten per cent on town lots damage thus far In excess of $10,-00- 0. Tho following business housand two per cent on personal proper . .v.vyuT.- .1 w r interested call or write us es havo been destroyed by tho flames: ty and farm lnnds. Matin's livery stable, Congleton's Gilbert Hays Is In jail charged with m If lilifrn AS " WRb STMn- -l and we will submit coal and lumberyard, Fallls' coal and the murder of Tom Martin at Echols lumberynrd, Brown's barbershop, last week. Martin, who is a harm- Estes' grocery nnd t, less negro, wns thought to have been Fallls' hardware nnd Implement murdered for money as he was known store, Hall, McGowan's Fallls to carry a small amount on hisjper-soconsisting of coins, mostly nick- blacksmith shop, Bates' coal nnd beef store, Hudson's hardware store. up els. Hays had a large number of OUR WA.SH dOOD-J- , BOTH ck Tho Deposit Bank, which recently Buffalo nickels when arrested. His Week. Every consolidated with the Farmers and examining trial was set for WednesIs burning. Malln's A Smart WfUt uj Skirt BoePU.I.J day In Judge Wilson's court, when Brokers' Bank, and Back Front livery stable, in which the fire orighe waived examining trial and was inated, Is Immediately in the rear of Fine assortment of Slip- held without ball to the June grand this hank, but the (lames spread in model made (or the Jury. "none the 59 other directions first. pers in Patent, Gun Metal, The storm on Plough Rivo.1 !nt WA-STwenty horses were killed by TUB. style Hosiery in Black or Canvas. damage ':i .i flames In the livery stable. week aid ruiiflile'-HlilMr. J. W. irrl nil trior nf The origin of the Are is unknown. Pure Silk or Silk Lisle in all the new shades, inWE PRICE OUR WAJH GOOD-- AS LOW wps ilihe largest loser. His .rpe Before it was discovered it had gainpopular Palm Beach. bnrn on the farm below the mouth ed great headway and the efforts of cluding the WE CAN FOR THE EXQUISITE QUALITY WE of No Creek was entirely demolished, volunteers to cope with the rapidly carried in stock and courteMcCall killing a fino mule belonging to a spreading flames were useless. (JIVE. In tenant. He also lost many timber the lack of to aid you in your selections. facilities, volous salesladies trees. In all his loss will amount to unteer corps did their utmost, but 1,5 These are our inducements. Call and see us and $1,000. Tho school house at Wash- could not check the spread of the ington was entirely dcstroed. Two fire. wajh-goodj;an- d remember oil derricks belonging to theee West Frankfort, Shelby ville, and LaKentucky Petroleum Co. were blown grange have been asked to send aid, .see. down. This storm through Ohio but local volunteers are still workcounty followed almost identical the ing unassisted at midnight. . great cyclone of some twenty-th're- e years ago. f CASH PRICES. -, Best quality Mixed Paint, any No Old Stuff Here! color, $1.40 per gallon. Reliable Ketchup, Olives, Salad Pure Lead 8c per pound. Dressing, Oils and things of that Pure Linseed Oil 70c per gallon. n sort in bottled form are offered All kinds building Material very INCORPORATED. from fresh stock. low. We Ao our ordering from the Shingles $3.25 Extra way that keeps old wholesaler In a per 1,000. stuff off our shelves. Sewing MaAlso 39 second-han- d This is important. chines, some good as new, from $1 ILER & BLACK. to $10.00 each. HARTFORD MILL CO. . Meets. Fiscal Court ? . jMr. XAgan-- and daughter, , Miss The Ohio County Fiscal Court was Logan arrived hero from OH City Landed Big Fish. In session Thursday and Wednesday Pa., last week. While camping on lower Rough with the full membership present. FRIDAY, MAY 14. Mrs. Fannie Taylor, who has been Besides considering routine business River "with a Hartford party last ill for several weeks, 1b thought to consideration was given to the ques- week Mr. James Lyons, Proprietor ' Ii., H. & BT. L. R. K. TUIE TABLE, be some better. tion of the use to be made of the of the City Restaurant landed a 12 AbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbWESLi jl 'No. 115 due at Ellmitch 9: 20 a. m. I Mrs. Trimble Pendleton of New State road fund which the county pound German Carp with a hand No. 114 due at Ellmitch C: 15 p.m. Mexico is the guest of Dr. E. B. Pen- will begin to draw this year. It was hook" and line. This was probably m. . 3 40 No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch decided to build or extend the pike the largest fish ever caught in Rough family. River, on a hand 'line, and the feat m. dleton and Ar. Irvington . 3 40 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gillespie are on the Hartford and Centertown road has added to Mr. Lyon's already no m. Lv. Irvington . 5 4C Next toward Greenville this year. m. the proud parents of a fine boy born year to extend toward Morgantown, ted ability as a fisherman and hunter. Ar. Louisville . 7 40 m. last Saturday morning. Lv. Louisville . 8 35 No 111 to build on Owensboro pike year after It took him several minutes to land Mrs. C.M7TJarnetnefTla8t week next Ar. Irvington . .10: 0C a. m. and third year toward Hardlns-bur- g the fish in his boat and ho was exwhere she Is the hausted as well as the flBh. Those Irvington .10 ;40 a.m. for Nashvile, Lv. and Leltchfleld. who wltnesed the feat say it was a Ar. Ellmitch . . 1 04 a.m. guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cooper. For hat style and hat battle royal. Owensboro Auto Line. Ice. We areln the""Game to stay. , value this store is your best Several large catches were made M-.I have a splendid auto-bu- s that H. & E. It. It. TIME TAULE. Customers holding Ice tickets get BBPsVv bJih "ifc "tlJ"UX JbV now makes four trips a week- - to by members of this party. Mr. John No. 115 service. Preferred South Dound, bet, gentlemen. T. Moore of EUzabethtown landed a m. 8:45 a. Owensboro and return, on Monday's, HOOVER BROS. Due at Hartford BXf mud cat with hand line. We're right up to the North Bound, No. 114 .PbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbLVbbbbbbbbbbbbPbbbT Mrs. 0.M.Shultz ,of Llvermore, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. 6:15 p. m. ,Ky., will spend tho week-en- d Due at Hartford with Safe licensed chaulTuer in charge. minute in hats and everyCard of Thanks. (Both "Mixed Trains.) Mrs. S. J. Wedding and other friends Will carry passengers and light The many friends and neighbors freight. in town. thing else we handle. -- who were so kind and attentive to R. T. COLLINS. Everything" In tho "chicken line. 44t4 Wire cloth at S. L. King's. our wife and mother during her illMake us back this stateLittle Grit and Charcoal Chicken PLEASANT GUOVE. ness and at death have our most Swan Hats. Feed and Drinking Fountains. May 10. Rev W. C. Taylor filled grateful thanks. You will ever have ment up. Come and let us HUB CLOTHING CO. ILER & BLACK. his regular appointment here Satur a warm place in our hearts. Manhattan Shirts. put a new kelly on you. Mrs. J. Noy Foster, whoso home day and Sunday. J. W. Morris and Family. .HUB CLOTHING CO. is at Philip Miss., was successfully Mr. Dee Harrison and Miss Grade Hartford R. No 2. SultsT" See our"Ail-Woo- f operated upon for appendicitis at Muffett, were married at this place CLOTHING CO. HUB Memphis, Tuesday. Sunday. Rev. W. C. Taylor offlcl "tlgnrrtte Bug" In White House. Dr. E. V. Ford went to"Loulsvllle Washington, May 12. Discovery For lower prices on Farm and ating. "Wednesday. Mr. Willie Davison and Miss Grade of a small speckled-backe- d Poultry Fencing and Barbed Wire, beetle laid Hedden, and Mr. Azro Hcddon and bare the mystery of the White House ACTON BROS., CrossettShoes and Slippers. call on HUB CLOTHING CO. Miss Sarahelen Mason were married redroom. 40tf Hartford, Ky. Is Of a species doubtful, it is believ"C. Yelser," Evansvllle, Mr. Wilbur Condlct, one of the Thursday at Hardfnsburg, Ky. Mr. A. most prominent citizens of the Coun- - Born to Mr. and Mrs. James White ed the insect was brought to the have immediately taken to his feet home for a few days. T" Wednesday, a boy. White House in the tobacco of ci For Cabbage and Sweet Potato ty, la reported seriously ill at his again with the pained expression of garette-smoker- s, although experts at Mesrs. R. C. Carter, Claude Fraze 42t4 home near Point Pleasant. Slips, see Albert Rial, ' Fords-vjll- e, the Bureau of Entomology, of the one who had been deceived. Lost. Pocketbook on streets of and Charles Davison were In E7Blrkhead spent Mr. and'Mrs. E. Saturday. Department of Agriculture, gave it as That, it is said, decided the serHartford last Saturday, containing the day in Owensboro Tuesday Mr. John Armstrong, of Cloverport their opinion, after the Insect was vants that something more radical paper money. RBtyra to this office Mr. Shelly" otMcHenry. was the Ky., has been visiting friends and described to them over the telephone, was needed. Today a local furnl-- . for description and reward. 40tf guest pf friends here Sunday. relatives here for the past week. that it waB a dermestes beetle. lure aeaier was sent lor, ana me Ice, ip per cent, discount on Ice good work mule. Dr. D. H. Godsey and family of For gale A For months servants around the tickets. We are in the business to Sulphur Springs, attended church White House were mystified by the mystery laid before htm. With the 'u'B. CARSON, Grocer. stay. Ice 37tt air of a man who was wise, he tore delivered every day at the here Sunday. peculiar behavior of the chairs and open one of the cushions, and, sure ,M1bs Effie Duke, of Uukeburst. . rate of 50cts per hundred lb, rain Mr. T. E. Butler, who has been sofas in the redroom, but kept the enough, there was Mr. Bug was the guest pf friends hero last or shine. JSbv I wRFi bHW NbMIj very ill is no better. mystery to themselves. The cushre week. "He Just dotes on hair s Mr. Rethel Duke, wife and child, The farmers of this vicinity are ions' on these chairs and sofas ap marked the furniture maHj "MHltigh rias tbe quality cbnt& Vtfbnthat Rev.. Birch Shields, Beaver Dam, Henderson, , are the guestB of Mr. R. rejoicing' over the' fine rain that fell peared to be victims of a cure for he's called the bug."- - v: WM a pleasant caller at this office E. Duke. Mr. Duke was formerly sv4s ork and timi. obesity, last week. Kirfiii be kept stated alltb ;t The bug was-'- ofiwr yesterday. an employe of The Republican and is Week after week they seemed to. sent to the Bun Kfitiatyflgy. pretest aUage freestag . ,Rev. J."Tr"R"uibing jireached an now in the employe of Passenger Excursion. wmtK, oryiag in sum' the Evansvllle grow flatter In appearance. The The furniture to te Ue fur- - mer. The safe, easy able sermon at the Methodist church and Henderson Railway Co. Providence, Ky., to Louisville, Ky., stuffing of the cushions was disap- niture man's es climbing ladder it fox ae ail ssrs. Sunday nighty AlTa Morgan and return Sunday, May 16th, 1915. pearing, although never a sign was cushions. Last week-Mesteel door frame and ining ii, But it! to Palmer many more big features. Wire Clota.apy wldtlffrom 24 Leave Centertown Ky., 3:20 a. m., there as to where It was going. There nnlvpri ta the and E, S. Howard of. Hart., rw. Get our offer on a Lans40 Inches, black and galvanized, at ford and Rev. Ell Wesley 'No Creek, fare $1.75.( cliiWeWW were reapeattwas not a break in the velvet on top ' "Whose ing Sjlo or on the Silbcr B. L, King'a. were examined at Morgantown for Leave Hartford, Ky., 3:40 a. m., or In the burlap beneath. ble for ta 1h sahn Light Kaasing . Fords- - ja HCenBe. Ihey-a'l- i Attoraey.-AD.Kirk was in stood a highly fare $1.75. mystery grew, embarrass As the Silage itutter. The PrewamCiCeea ot WPKe. "" ' before AlLeave Sunnydale, Ky., 4:00 a. m., ments accumulated, yllle op legal business Wednesday creditable examination for visitors, , r VmL ' tcrnu8 N. T. Howard, W. R. Gnrd- - faro $1.76. and Thursday. lNg For some of them rather distinguished, f K4BBg4BBgB Daybreak 'ner and G. V Willis, constituting THE &CNERAL 5UP.Y CO. ' of the very bpel breed Leave Dundee, Ky., 4:19 a. m., would insist on sitting downtn the We can furnish you Dure Ky. Owcfiboroi chairs and sinking further than they ing saw ready for delivery. Prce, Corn and Tobacco Grower Fertilizer thbe Examining Board for tho Mor- - fare $1.50. gantown Bar Ihe license were sign Arrive at Louisville 9:30 a. m had .calculated on doing. The pres; 1 10. Pedigree furnished, i at reasonable prices. od by Judge .McKenile Moss of Die Returning leave Louisville 9:00 p. ra. ident hiaiself is said to have sat down 44t3 ACTON PROS., BARRETT BROS, The RiubllcBiiiOe"yfctYciv Warren Circuit Court district. . Hartford, Ky, H. E. MISCIIKE, Agent. recently on one of the. tofas, and to 40if Route 3, Beaver Dam, Ky. that meat-marke- Youcanshttmimml I OUR WASH GOOD! 1 v-- n, NEW MILLINERY made ?ifjjcr;h6S'ta.S?a June-Whit- bolt, are delicate and dainty, mst as women love for them tobe; yet they will .stand the wear of the AS and Late ).. c patterns flre-flghti- our .store that It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. need. come the place for your everything ele you u- JSkl&Gb, -- CARSON St CO. Hartford, Kentucky. - Star-A-St- ar Hartford" Ttepublicafr. ?. 4.i44;4fQfu Goodby, JtSbiiiibW I -- Old Top! iBi. 'PBBBBBia'' uLBMMp SjMbbbbbbI HARTFORD KY. bins: Oo. TheHinge KT floor Silo rv BE.0 atw c c!ffte ii w fcr,'' - v re SJ, 1 . .i "ft r?.v? and Davis dfffcr so widely on tho More on Socialism. two, very fundamentals of Socialism, how I am In a strait betwixt should an illiterate man like mo bo whether It were better to take note supposed to understand them? of the philological coxcomby of Dav-JHrother Davis says my arguments Attorney Law the eructations of Cuiullff or the will drive men from Christianity. Well brother Davis that may bo but utrablsnus of Owen. HARTFORD, KY. - NsTl UiaWUIUl 1111 fnii My good and venerable brother, tho kind that will bo driven nway Will practice bin profit Ion te UiU by my arguments .aro not tho kind Cundlff says of me, "Ho has not 'and mlJoiiilHK countlui. ComuioraWJ that add anything to Christianity by a word or n lino on Social-Iswritten and Cniulnal I'inctice . Specialty. neither can he. Ho does not professing It or that get any good inf :' understand Socialism. He "has not out of it. They are tho kind that ELOFAMERICAN lipllv. ' llLULli the faintest conception of the princi- 1'niil finvn rrinlro n rni1 nf lllolr ples, program and philosophy of and not the kind that seek first tho city where food holclt In kingdom of heaven and trust tliolr scientific Socialism,, abound, the Powhatan htadi the Law lilt. And yet brother Cundlff and his HiTvcnly Father to add these oilier Til In the hurt! of III It li first HARTFORD, KY. I colaborers have used more than a things as the reward of diligence, Incountrymen. M(tr8. V. II. U.irn-- s mid C, K. whole page of perfectly good space dustry and economy. They are this Smlili annoimoe Uia.t Uijy liavu ifonn-,- a In the Republican trying to combat k'nd which Jesus described when nc said "ye seek me becauso ye ate of my "illlte'racy." See? pnrUhTaJii for tlie gonoral prac-- I tlce of law, exoipt cnmiiul and d Ivor It will be noticed that those who the loaves and were filled and not bef Not for 1,nl's onc ,,,nR . do not agree with brother Cundlff on cause ye saw the miracles. casts, Jlr. SmlUt being Couitty Attor-'iw- y "",,-""- " Socialisni are characteristically "Il- nnv morlt In .Testis himself. Now Is pruwntuil from pMctiltlivg Bitch Ioomiii; lor in these days yjjglyt"1? 'ar. rjr. .,p"frf m'it No brother Cundlff, So- brother Davis you will learn by read-- 1 of high living cost Calumet insures a wonder literate.' ccis. Mr. ULrnvj will ludlvidiuUly ful nixing in your KiMnji. Hut it docs more. cialism has anything In It that looks ing that sixth chapter of John that Offlciia uocej't buch practice. In The Tcmhalan u refined, exHlnsurcswholcsomcfood.tnsty rnlsitl food. clusive, and restful. It excel llko principle, science, or philosophy, it was Jesus' preaching that caused Hartford Iti'publlaia building, ll;irt-forlent location on Pennsylvania Cnhimct Is inmle right to icll right to Kike right. Ak K- I have failed to discover it after a these to turn back and follow after Avenue, ISth and II Streets, one of the millions of women w lio use it or nsk j our grocer. makes it a desirable headquar Hut it him no more. Btudy of It for four years. lor bridal couples, tourist lets RECEIVED HIGHEST AWAKDS And the apostle that Jesus loved Schools and does seem to have a program. And I artiet, contentions, World' Pure Pood colleges. , Chic.ro. 1U. program seems to me to be ut writing about this same Incident, that Paria Expoaitlon, France, March, 1C12. The Towhatan attracts the said: people of culture and education. terly to annihilate the principles of Attorney Law Its proximity to State, War and "They went not from us, but they mi peace on earth and good will among Xaiv Departments, also to many HARTFORD, KY. Daaiar row rftr. Daa'l ac Bolea. Bar CataBrt.. of historical points interest, Til oWt ura asoaev vaea Tee ar carta er ale. eta were not of us, for If they had been men. more vaoleaoaae t iff i teit mans, laiaaici itur rapenar la icer sulk avd reea. ' 1 vara cceaemical makes this hotel especially atCundlff says, "in all things 'of us they would no doubt have con-I- t, Brother ASSOC1ATKD WITH M. l. HUAVRIi tractive to a discriminating pub. lie (Socialism) ignores religion" Now jtinued with us, but they went out The Powhatan offcra rooms This offlio Is equipped for handbrother If you and your that they might be made manifest mth detached bath at $1.50, ling Commercial Law and Collection 'Which Is Preferable, Coiiqiieior or S2 00 and up. Rooms with prihad said that some time ago there that they were not all of us. 1 John vate bath, J2.50. (3.00 and up. Items as well as other legal and litiRevolutionist? would' have been none of this con- Write for booklet with mjp. gated matters. I'ractlco In all Urn The historic page, alas, is covered Iroversy. It is very good of you to i would not give much for the reCLIFFORD M. LEWIS. courts, l'roinpt and vigorous servlry Manager. make that admission only it does not hlgion of a man who would turn back with the bloody achievements of such Wedding M. L Hcasrlu'a Office. butchers as Hannibal, Caesar, Alexfully set out the truth. Hut let me after Socialism. I do not think It C M lefresh your memory. Did you So- would take him higher than a "holy ander and Bonaparte, rather than a IHUi)l).)MIHhl)iTTiTm story of peace and love preached by IT Wlli:Tlt.TTON i iirroo MMtii.t cialists not bring a champion of your roller" can jump. Cronmrll, Kj llurtlcinl. Ky. says, "No man having put a Jesus of Nzarcth! political faith from Texas here to Jesus Cruel conquerors, causing poverty, this county to champion the affirma- his hand to the plow and looking STRATT0M & MARTIN 1 LUilIU 1 Tho most economical, cleansing and! "That the back is fit for the kingdom of God." misery and death, have been blazontive of the proposition, Attornoya at Law germicidal of all antiseptics Is But one more word to brother ed on the pages of history, while, too Ethics of Socialism and the Ethics Maeonlc Tomplo CROMWELL, - KY. Cundlff, I like him, he Is so vulner- often, the tale of the deeds of the of Christianity are identical?" OWENSBORO. KY 'HI practice their profession In thl Now they do say that you are so able, and so honest and so educated, good and wise has been neglected. Revolutionists, who, like Lincoln and djoiulng counties. Collection. highly educated that all else seem like. Hence if the SSTtosKKiCWl immcrc.nl and Criminal Practice rv "illiterate" to you. Brother Davis fears my arguments and Brown, sought and labored for and freedom &j ssoA A soluble Antiseptic Pov.'der to! Specialty. ttc-Prompt and of the two are identical.the will drive the Socialists from relig- human emancipation, "ethics" irioroti things (Socialism and Christianity) ion, brother Cundlff says there is no and justice for the lowly and (low be dhsclvcd in water as needed. ;8orvlce Notari ln vlUv themselves must be identical since religion to drive them - -- from nnd trodden, are of more worth to man As a medicinal antiseptic for dniclrs rf V .aJ !ALilijLXJLJZl- .TI ltr'-"things equal to the same thing are , brother Owen thinks there are no kind than are millions of conquerors IK In tr.atirr catanh, lutlamiaauon o." n. . tF ii uai Horanco Greely, the great abollw t ' ' JUl ptttiut.. t at equal to each other." ulceration of noso, throat, i.i.d ;. at gospel preachers and so there you I c ryr s .. n r u. courirn r . caused by feminine Ills It has r. iciii.il -- ., 3ut. brother, taking what you say are. Brother Grecnway examines the!t,on,st and Republican, has well said . y.'i. wJ if; I f ' II askl"ton ta t t IKor ten cars th Lydla L I'lrhata rm,yc.Kj .tatlefaUKt. In regard to Socialism's ignoring re- word confiscate and converts it Into the following glowing truths JlcJ.clneCo.h&srecommcnsoil PaxJno , Pa'" S 'wnger-r- t Ffsc'.lco Eic!l$"c . "Though the life of tho Revoluligion, as the least word in Socialism, the word forfeit, nnd thereby takes r nmie lu u. at i TRADC-MAiin tnoir private correspondence with rroruM, .Uiiwi in i CCm, I TIO II;Sti EtJMt, tnr XiM. Statu you not a little Inconsistent injhis brothers property by a more ou- tionist may seem rugged and arduous ic naoMalii p.Triirn are women, which proves its superiority. I I THATur a.urrioir tliam tTorwi4;u.r, D. C. WASHUNGTON. at wir It is hard to say considerately that PAtf a.ltn.a tvoting scriptures to sustain your phonlous process, but he takes It just Women who have been cured say J. !! TT any other were worth living at all. KJrrr J, i - c i st a fi r FRCE Tepnrt ' At Socialistic foibles? it is "worth Its weight In gold. the same. The good book says, 'Thou n tAVn'ft t ar Blin druggists. 50c. largo box, or by mail, t PASSING RTrrr CNnPR. rra.11 And are you not a 'little unhappy shalt not covet thy neichbor's house. I Who can thoroughly affirm that thoi lVrfrr ,J B ! ' Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. t'tl Rlu1 uSfiventh tu Stroot, interpretation of thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's career of tho conquering, desolating, In your citation and !03-iSO'subjugating warrior of the deotee r BCripture. Had you noticed that ,..if nnr i,D n,n cn.,.nn U. C i Socialism" says, organize and take!ot E0,d- - or pomp' or sensual that was God's chosen poeple? And IKTi that Palestine was the especially It, the method Is not Important," but the monarch in his purple, the miser tv by his chest, the was sailed over his designated land where God would take it. G. T. TINSLEY. bowl is not a libel on humanity wTtr a- i have them permanently abide. Clrcuit Court T. F. Blrkhcad, i i 'Judge, Ben D. Ringo, Attorney; W. Have you not read how Abraham Ah! the Imigorating AVIiilT of the and an offense against God? But M P. MIdklff. H Jailer; U. G. Barrass. the earnest, unselfish revolutionist, recognized the right of ownership of Pino Forest. Clerk; E. E. Blrkhcad. Master Com- a state of darkness, evil TOjSl the land which was to be his and his How It clears the throat and head born into posterities' after him, in that he of its mucous ailments. It is this and suffering, and honestly striving a n L'nnn ti ct.nHtrr l Tiifv iniwt Succeed when everything else fails. I jlartford. ' Deputles-- S. bought a grave yard from the in- spirit of Newness and Vigor from to replace these by light and putlty A. Bratchcr,' The National Vcchht In netvous prostration end femtde S. O. Kcon aitofnce duputles-.M- rs. and happiness he may fall anl die, habitants. Did he not assert the tho health-givin- g Piney Forests as so many have done before him, ,!omore Kcown. Court coa.cnc first, ":,n.f5".ih?.L-a;right of ownership of the land when brought back by Dr. Bell's ! Jif. Iii vt ebruary and i Monday continues but he cannot fall. he gave Lot his choice of all the KIDNEY, LIVER AND three weeks; third Monday ln April, FOR Antlspptic and healing. Buy 5 i OIVIACH THOUBLb is preferable, conqueror or Which . two weeks; third Monday in October, land ? a bottle All Druggists, Until thu car two weeks R It is the best medicine ever sold Revolutionist? Cof.Vr'j ha? bi'n (aaaaBBaaaaVaL(a what Peter says to Annlas: 25c. ' U l County Court John B. Wilson, over a druggist's counter. sold at $5.50. b'Jf WILLIAM II. Cr.NDIFF. But Peter said, Annias why hath Judge; W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk; the priie i $2.10 --C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. JSatan filled thine heart to He to the Muslims a rimitco. anduch to'Ctitt-ltevoriilKC (Jives Views on War. Court convenes first Monday in each herea tiiiu-iuJJoly Ghost, and to keep back part Had the new freddt.nl which Presl-.XNew York, Mny 10. As a month. by c tan oiler it tho price of the land? While it dent Wilson talked so much about In YOU Quarterly Court Begins on the "reporter," just back from Euat a still further remained was it not thine own? Acts i connection with Democratic Tariff rope, where ho "covered" the first .Monday In every month. reduction in conCourt of Calms Convenes first nection twit this -- i2,1!. tinkering meant freedom of business assignment of studying conTuesday in January and first Tuespublication. Brother Cundlff says Jesus Christ from continual harrassing by State ditions in France, Germany and Engday in October. was communist, etc. Well brother and federal legislators seeking glory land during the present war, former Special Offer to Our Reader Other County Officers C. S. Mox-loSurveyor, FortlsUllc, Ky., II. admitting that to bo true, which It at tho expense of these intercuts, states Senator Albert J. Bev I'ccocninnc tlic crrat dcman.l for Catfur't at Treatment F. D. No. 2; Tom Ulncs, Assessor, 1b not, and I challenge you to tho stead of freedom of American nianu the new imcr, we have made arrangements tr er(lg0 prese),ted to the Sphinx Culb lTcr it and uur wn publication each one ) car Olaton, Ky.; Oina Shultu, Superinfor WEAK tendent. (or the price ol Co'.Wjalonr. 1 hi. ii a limited scriptural prooi oi your statement. lacturers nom uusiness aim ireedoni,at jt8 diner Tuesday night what he Hartford: Dr. A. B. Rllev. clTer and must be taken advantaged promptly. what does that prove for Socialism of American worklngmen from Jobs, termed the outstanding facts about T. H. Benton. LUNGS Of Coroner, Hartford; tioau. jiiigimer, uartioru. bince Socialism in "all things ignores results would have been different tho great conflict. Ho said in part: What You Get 'm Collier's. CONSUMPTION JUSTICES' COURTS. I laud present-da- y business conditions relJion?" i "U'.i bml liptlnr make un our minds Colirr's 1. the one big, independent, fearlcta Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft' You say Jesus and his disciples would be vastly better. Give tho that at least so far as Franco and W you mention this paper we will send you er 3d Monday in March, Tuesday aftweekly o( the wlote country. Not only Is it the ccmmI rituen'a handhouk hut it a also a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for er 3d Monday In Juno, Tuesday aftbusiness Interests in this country a Germany are concerned, this Is a war held all things common. (or the whole (amity Among the ft.eHng. coughs, that ,iredi n,,,. things that a scar's subscription gives arci way. of tho peoples, not ot rulers or arls- - in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, pains er 3d Monday ln September, TuesWill you specify what things they rest Stop trying to devlso weak day after 3d Monday in December. 1000 Editorial. held In common, or tell mo whero in , and means of provoking them as tocrats. What I saw and heard In lungs or consumption. L. A. McDaniel, Rockport, Friday 000 New. Pbotoa hucfcGsallly bad, because prosperous Germany sninbhed to smithereens i OHIO MEDICAL CO 10CK BOX 616 after 3d Monday in March, Friday 250 Short Articles the Bible to find It? COLUMBUS, 0. ISO Short Stortr. And Jesus hiild uhto him, "foxes 'and big. Don't try longer to pun-ha- my original theory that the masses after 3d MonJday in June, Friday 100 Illustrated Features busl-nest- s, 3d 2 Completo Novel Monday in Sopteinbcr, after holes and birds ot the air have ish them for becoming Immense were against the war and that every Friday after 3d Monday In Debut the son of man hath not ncss concerns by giving the home one was compelled to go to the front TlieTlirice-a-Wee$2.50) Collier's cember. Edition ' k market over to their foreign cheap-Broth- and many went unwillingly. Not In where to lay his head, Luke 5 S. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday Hartford Republican Don't longer try tho days of Frcdrck the Great or of Cundlff has put all Antl- - labor competitors. after 3d Monday ln March,, WedOf The flew York World nesday after 3d Monday in June, pclallsts under the ban of Infidel- - tho often tried andoftcufallccd Deni-it- Napoleon did men pour out their Wednesday after 3d Morfday ln Sepjcrattc experiment of "restoring com- - blood more willingly than Germans tember, Wednesday after 3d MonI must confess that I do not know petition," by bringing In lorelgn and Frenchmen are shedding theirs day Practically 11 Dally at The Price of n R. inC.December. Ccntertown, Satreasoning tho 'competition. It means the destruc-brothby wha,t procesb of Tichimor. "No matter what sldo wins, 0110 urday alter 3rd Monday In each Weekly. No cither 2few diaper readies that conclusion since Hon of homo production and the en-h- e result is certain: month. has to completely divorced the forced Idleness of thousands ot work- in the World Ghes (.0 Much That, excepting In Russia, there WJnson Smith, Select, Tuesday lngnien as at present. Don't longer will bo an ndvanco in democracy two. at so Low u Price. afteru;'d, Monday lu March, Tuesday ThO lact is tho brother lays down try to delude tho people with the greator than has been made in a cenafter 2d Monday in .May, Tuesday a proposition In the beginning of j declaration that "the Protective Tar-hi- s tury. Socialism will make great after 3d' '.Monday in August. Tues MeCAIX PATTERNS Celebrated for style, perfect fit. simplicity ani The year 1914 has been tho most day after 2d Monday In November. article which ho utterly Ignores iff is tho mother of trusts." Don't strides. When this tiling is over tho reliability nearly HO years, hold In nearly w. S. Dean, .pundce, ani try to "kill otf" tho trusts by tho worklngmen will havo a lot to say extraordinary in the history of modclear through the article, f every cityorand tonn In the United Stitts than Canadi, by null direct. More sold after tho second Monday In ' Eng- about tho economic distribution. Tho any other make. Send lor lice catalogue. route. Free-Trad- e Brother Cundlff says, In tho Hart- Free-Trad- e ern times. It has witnessed tho out- March, Wednesday after 'SI Monday McCALL'S MAGAZINE ford Herald "Society is not com- land Is the most trust ridden coun- masses will demand a hand in tho In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday More subscribers than any othet fashion break of tho great European war, In August, Wednesday after 2d Mongovernposed of chibbes and of people who try In tho world. Yes, give business afalrs of their respective magailna million a month. ImaliuWe. LaU tst styles, patterns, drcssinakinir, millinery, a struggle so titanic that it makes day lu November. have antugonlbtlo and warring econ- a chance. Also give tho working-me- n ments. plain sewing, fancy needlework, halrdrcssing, Ben F. Rice, Forklsvllle, Tuesday etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only W cents of tliisc ountry what is duco omic .interests." "Tho feeling is unanimous ln Eng- all others look small. year (north double), Including- a freo pattern. after 2d Monday In Marchj Thursbubtcrlfse today, or send fur tatnnla copy. employment at land that at least tho railroads will Socialist platform says, "So-- s them continuous fhe You live in momentous times, and day after 2d Monday in May, ThursINDUCEMENTS,,. ici'c'tyi8 divided Into warring groups good wages. There Is but one way never pass back into privato con- you should not miss any of tho tre- day after 2d Monday ln August tVONDERFUl i'ostal brings to Agents, premium catalogue 1 Thursday after 2d Monday la No..iSwdClasses, bated upon material In- - lu which to bring about these most trol. Tho old economic disposition and new cash prise oilers. Address mendous events that are occurring. vember. CHE UcULL CO.. 2!8 It Ml W. 37lh St. NEW YOU desirable conditions and that is Is passing away and a now one Is beBen W, Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftNo other newspaper will inform you 'JS.V-Brothe- r Davis says,, "wo would through the restoration of 'the Pro- ing born." er 2d Monday In March, Friday after MafitiUfil: fevlriirg about this transformation (tak- - tective Tariff. Tiffin (O.) Tribune. The great lesson of tho war for with the promptness and cheapness 2d Monday in May, Friday alter 3d Monday In Angust, Friday after 2d Jj-lnover the prosperty) by tho bal- ; Beverldgo of the Thrico-a-Wee- k edition of tho tho United States, senator Monday In Novombor. House and Lot For Sale. Ti'lot." said, is that "wo cannot llvo ;.for Now York World. Moreover, a year's and CSJRE t.ie iLSjyiCS HARTFORD POLICE COURT. Dobs says In April Itsue of We have for salo a lot contain- ourselves nlono, but are part of tlio subscription to it will take you far Brother ', O. C. Martin, Judge; McDowell A. . into our next Presidential campaign. Fojde, City Attorney; J. P. StovonB, 'y.Tho Natlona.1 Ripsaw, "If Socialism ing $i aero in old Fair ground ad- family of nations." Court comencs sccoind Mondition on the pike, with G room cot'A is to be curried out and tho workers "3" World's regu- Marshal; each month. The Thrice-A-Wce- k day In tage, good barn and nil buildings. - KCf tho country aro to atwumo control lar subscription price is only $1.00 City Council J. C. Iler. Major; R of the nations Industries, tho work-- 1 Fine well of water. About CO young per year, and this pays for 15C pa- - T. Collins, Clerk; J. U. Bean, Treas-per- s. 5 I crs nm ta organize tliolr forces.' fruit trees beginning to bear. Members of Couneli- -J. C. Wo offer this unequalod ncws tt. Capt. A. D. White. A. 13. Pate PCIH5 2K fM. r .n. .t i. For Infants and Children. All tha votes in the wurld cannot Would be a fine location for some o,i ...... ,m,.v. . W H Gillespie, W. H. Ramos, C. M. desiring to take advantage of acjMiMpllbli this tubk for th work-,011- 0 Bu KfnrJ You Have Always Bough? Crowe. TH13 HARTFORD RHPUHI.ICAX broMior Cuudiff j County High Sthool. Tor ins reason-ulamc- e Ink class. And Hartford Board Education J. II. A'.'DftlLTH'KJATA'.Tl.'r.OriJCLI.Jff. JMkM'WMiaaa together for one year for $1.0.1. an lllitorata man 1'ke m for ablo. B. Carson, Ch'ni'n.; C. M Barnett, GtriSANTi;sr) fcjaaxai'AaiOitxi Bears the Tho regular subscription price of Sec; K. W. Ford, Troas.; R. T. Col& SON, on wqwhy nrvvKsm. Socla'i- BAJtNETT Whrn not understand in if ttifttt&ttUoOf lins, J D. Duke. the. two papcra is $2,U0. " Own, Hartford, Ky. learned ini u like bros, Cu b, I fA Costs .4EPE less Bakes Belter CALUMET BAKING POWDER 3FroroailojaLJ5ili Otto C. Martin at Barnes Si Attorneys at Smith I ' ECONOMY nuns d, W&m. It f Expo-itto- ARTHUR at D. KIRK 9. For Bedding Plants Decorations. Funeral Designs. etc.. see i I TADrnTT lillUUUIIt n noiQT social to women i - ," pporiir-OAOPTCriO- , ! rtt aWSKI I M P IP- I iy; ESecfrie r.'!i,.ai ".r.c Directory vMonirupi, B .!) wM qi' . 4 Collier's jrirst time - y. in Clubs to-da- I ' (q in. I of self-styl- ed self-impos- I stM WILL TAKE OUR FREE y. tmiiBvis 'y vi 9-- er )t))at)U JJ y, i cr Wod-noisd- I I s t KILsLtiibCOUC. "" Dr. CASTOR A "r. w8t! b iseeiay I iUgS yt DECORATED FOR BRAVERY A I'llnblo President. President Wilson Is pliable poslnR Children Cry for Fletcher's w--- .H CZCTZ, bk .H K h v Jaft Tlio Kind You IIuvo Always Untight, nnil hloli lias lccn in uso lor ovor HO years, litis Ixirnotho Blgiiuturo oC and lins been mado under Ids jcr- s-t-f . sinco mry. J6CCSU4Z Boiuil supervisiondeceive If .4 iiifum-yyou In this. Allow no ono to AH Counterfeits, Imitations mid are j:lierliiiriits that trlflu with and eiithuiger the IWltlihut of Jiifants and Children lluerienco against 32x.iurliu.-i- t. ".Jii.st-tis-gootl" aalaaJasV U n. snlistUuto for Castor Oil, Parr-gorl- c, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Jt U plasant. Ifc contains neither Oiituiu, 3Iorpilno nor other Kareotio Mihstanee. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys A ormj and allays Ftnerisluicss. Tor more than thirty years it lias lieen in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation , Flatulency, AViud Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrluen. It regulates tho Stouiaeh and BowcLs, assliullatcs tho Food, giving healthy and natural bleep. Tho Children's Panaceu-T- ho aiothcr's Frleud. What is CASTOR I A Caqtorla harmless pENUINE CASTOR I A PBears the Signature of aaBaaaaaaaKarBR, xJ'fe'yKy WvMjCaaB ALWAYS Miss Muriel Thompson of the British First Aid Nursing Yeomanry corps, lio was personally decorated by King Albert of Helglum with the order of Leopold II for her bravery In Ik Kind You Have Always Bought 30 THf CtNTUN COMPANY. rescuing wounded men from trenches under heavy shell lire. tho In Use For Over TT MUftSUT Years TITLES ALMOST OF AFFECTION 3THCCT, NCW YOPK CITY. ALL THE STATES HAVE POPULAR NICKNAMES. Starck Pianos No Moaey itsArlvnnce Snttufnc-Ho- Many Sources of Suggestion, but Few of the Appellations Are Malicious Geographical Features Have Given Rise to Some. Nearly everyone of the states of the Union has a nickname suggestive of its chief product, physical character or historic association, and some of the states have a dual nickname of two or more nicknames, which in most cases appear to be equally popular and about evenly employed In current use. California Is called both "Golden State" and "El Dorado;" Connecticut is tho "Nutmeg State," the "Freestone State," and also the "Land of Steady Habits;" Delaware is the "Blue Hen Stato" and also the "Diamond State," and Georgia Is the "Cracker State" and also the "Empire State of the South." The sons of Illinois speak of It both as the "Sucker State" and the "Prairie State;" Kansas answers to the name of "Sunflower State," "Central State" and "Jahakuer State;" Kentucky is known as the "Blue Grass State" and Louisiana is the "Pelican State" and the "Creole State." MInnesotans affectionately or familiarly describe their state as the "Gopher State," the "Dread and Butter State," and the "New England of the West;" Michigan Is the "Wolverine State" and the "Lake State;" Nebraska Is the "Silver State" and the "Sage Hen State," and New York is the "Empire State" and the "Excelsior State." If a man speaks of the "Old North Stato" or the "Turpentine State" or the "Tarheel State" he means North Carolina; Oregon is the "Beaver State" and the "Web Foot State;" South Dakota la the "Swing Cat State" and the "Blizzard State," "Washington Is tho "Chinook State" and the "Evergreen State" and Virginia Is repeatedly spoken of as the "Old Dominion," the "Mother of States" and the "Mother of Presidents." Tho general nickname of Maryland Is tho "Old Line State" and it Is sometimes called the "Oyster State" and tho "Terrapin State." Maine is either the "Pine Tree Stato" or the "Lumber State." Using geographical features as nicknames are Florida, the "Peninsula State;" Massachusetts, the "Bay State;" Mississippi, the "Bayou State;" Tennessee the "Big Bond State;" Vermont, the "Green Mountain State" and West Virginia, "The Panhandle." Animals give their names to Arkansas, tlje "Bear State;" North Dakota, tho "Fllckertall State;" and Wisconsin, tho "Badger Stato." Madame Sans-GenIn splto of all the nursing and mourning In the city, Paris still retains a touch ot gayety. It is related that a certain lawyer of Paris, whose delight it has always been to make solemn folks laugh, appeared the other day as counsel for a woman charged with some not too grave misdemeanor. She was only a washerwoman, she was elderly and plain, and the court was distinctly bored. "Gentlemen," the lawyer exclaimed suddenly, addressing the bench, you cannot find my client guilty." "And why notT" asked the presiding magistrate somewhat sharply. "Because," came the smooth reply, "she washes for General Joffre, and It Is her glorious privilege at this moment to be. weeping Into one' ot bis handkerchiefs." The entire bench of magistrates thereupon gave strict attention to the case. They not only found the washerwoman guilty as charged, but added ten days to her sentence tor stealing General Joffre'a bandkercbleL "gon-tleme- antoed LowrntNet Fa o t ory Pricon Termn Guar n for tho "now freedom" nnd tho "psychological" stnto of mind, for these Irrldescent dreams, nnd not particular facts. Tho President Is pathetic prnylng for peace nnd proving no purpose of helping to solvo tho great Industrial problems which confront this nation.' He should know now, Hint, high abovo his puerile remedies for existing social unrest and economic evils, stand all the social, political and economic ovlls ot capitalism, all untouched and unsolved. Tho Democratic plntform declared that "The high llcpubllcan Tariff Is tho principal cause of tho unequal distribution of wenlth." Well, tho high Republican Tariff Is no more Mr. Wilson and his patriotic colleagues killed It. Did he nnd they render this an easier way for tho working man to obtain it living? No. Did he and they make It harder for tho capitalist to get the working man's living away from him? Not at all! The high cost of living mounts higher and higher tinder tho Democratic low Tariff, unemployment of labor is greater, and industrial and economic conditions nre worse under the Wilson administration than ever before known. The Democrats have failed to lower the high cost of living, and to dispose of the unequal distribution of wealth. The profit system remains, and poverty Increases. Wilson's policies are ineffective! No amount of capitalistic reform can change Industrial and economic No conditions under capitalism. Tariff reduction can stop labor exploitation, or end profits. So long as capitalism exists, just that long will poverty and misery exist. Only Socialism can free the workers, and end their poverty. The Democratic party is reactionary, nnd not revolutionary. Wilson is a pltable President trying futile reforms under capitalism. He is pathetic In his pleadings before the people, powerless before plutocracy, and a pltable President trying to cure the evils of capitalism by reform dope. W. H. CUNDIFF. 1'nrm For Sale. 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor road, 1 2 miles from Broadway and Schoolhouse 2 miles from Rockport. on adgp of farm aid church near. Three roads pass dwelling house which is on Hartford R. F. D. No. Most of land perlectly level. Any onj desiring to purchase farm will do wtfll to investigate. Price reasono ble. Apply for further information BARNETT & SON, Agents. to 4- HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. I had goltcn and I so weak I could not stand, gave up In despair. Husband At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I commenced Came to Rcscae. taking it. From the very first dose, Qatron, Ky. In I could tell it was helping me. I an Interesting Idler Mrs. Bettle Bullock can now walk two miles without tiring me, and am doing ail i.;y work." Its' from this place, wriles as follows: "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, 1 could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist fas-solCardui for years. it will do. He knows what d Ask him. He will recom The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Write la: soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooua Mfilclne Co., Lajtes' Chattanooia. Term., for Spmal e Instructions on your case book, that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment for Women," seat In plain wmomo Haia Uf an364-t)ag- UBsn k V..T3 -- Serials full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, . will make 1 . iaiw- - u jamrMmw as AYOUTffS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Sctence, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone in the home. 1 here is no age limit to enthusiasm for Tile Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION let us aend you Three Current Issues TREE. Inclose this Coupon with your request m K BE3aSJil3lr, 'jYw Eats lost A Saving of II S1U0 to j B pB HHtSMMHi9nfl S2O0 P A. STARCK From Fac mrsioixr lory Direct IN YOUR OWN HOME XV'o will slilu jou a beautiful Starck riami for 30 days' freo trial. In lour homo. No cash iament require J. All we ask Is that jou v. Ill play upon, use and test this piano for 30 da) 4. If, at the end of that time, you do not Mm It tho tilch.nt crmlp. HAeMeat tnnpil nnil finest nlnno In ovptv un II. il van h.iv Her Kucn fur the money, you are nt perfect llber'y to senil It back, and we will, In that ccm, pay me irciRiu doiii nays, rnis aurcic nano mu matte good wun you. or mere is no sue. We hln direct to rou from our fsctorr. tt prlcrs that mip ou upuranls uf $1&0 00 In tha it ui your pn no. ne guaranire 10 itrnua Reel a bitter pinna lor I Ik monrv thin jou c.n 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL . Savi $150.00 er Mr rltculxr?. Von re Easy Paymints Too pay no cash donn, but alter SO days of trial, jou can begin payment on the low. est, easiest terms crer suggested by a piano manufacturer. These, terms arr arrangnl to Milt your comenienre, and it is possible for jou to tny a piano far your home, without iriidrg tli money, . . tweet toned durable high grade T Ini-Harilirga- ins aiiunil of rrcivlnit pi i no. 4K.V-r!-:aaa- aiarvn M Starrk Piano U ruarantrrd tor 23 yean, tucic Tliii iruarante b ot It our 3S yrari of piano erprrlrtiee. and the rrpa-tIon of an ntonslble plana house. lrrr Maytr-lHaa- 50 Frit Musis Wn hate constantly on hanl !irnuTb it .hrfhtlj ami second hand pianos of all standard malrs taken in ex. chare for t. new StarcU I'lanoa The follow. and 1'layer-rUnoInar are a tear sample bargains t t- il Lissom Weber Kimball To firry mrchiwr of Stank Pianos, wo jite free" .music lessons, in one oi the beft known school, in Chicago. Thee iotuoi J on ran Uke la your own home, ly mail, This rrprevnti one ycar'i free Instruction. Steinway .nickering Starck .... ....$110.00 ,. 92 00 9003 95.00 195.00 Btarck rUyr.l'lano art the and mor hpautl. lul'riajer fl.iN. yn IS4 market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful instruments, and will be pleased with the sery low prices at which iney con ue securcu. !t Send for our latest complete second band bargain Hit. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 Starck Bid., CHICAGO Send rodar tor our new beautifully Illustrated piano book which girra you a large amount of information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and pltase you. Write today. Plant task Fraa FARE ItjftUsaSaal $322 MAILY rUswiXSSi tf?ryTilT-i":'V..,iikw'i.S:!v BETWEEN f9f5 . aw1 CLEVELAND & BUFFALO Hiiwf lH0KSGStJSrKBB3KB1j . Tha Great Ship "5fciiANUBt.." 11 a UrcMt ud tnoit rpsy aUamer on any lnlaod water of tha world. ai . r rkW- - 'iaJ7 Slosplog aet!onuiiai4 CITY OF EIUE" 2 CLEVELAND Dally, May 1st to Dec. 3 Mnre.'flcnt Steamed utrrvcEM "CITY OF BUFFALO" lstr-BUFFA- LO u is lib t.JOA.U. - -- 6MA.M. . Arrive ClwUanJ , a ! for NUgara kalla oat u.1 LM'cra nnj CanadJin roInU. Railroad cooj tot trjanorutwu oa our aUamen. AU Uu fa! a sour llciit u i for tick.u i liO. fttl.Lne. of Loi 1 n jut.f r ciloitil awciorsl pux.lj clurt. alionui i to cover poatacncJ uailing. Itns Oreat Alio lulc oaj ats hhlp urXANOBtC" cnt onrelptof booltlet nirtorlal rd I re our at ArtlvVlIu.alj ir,jl i,n C!u:n lirl & ha THE CLEVCLAHP aUFFALO TRANStT CO.. fr. I CiTlsjd. Ohio JTHOS. E. MOSS t X J X Plasterer Decorator and Contractor. ft $ Lifetime qxperience with best of workmen, and can give any reference desired. Call 'me on Hartford Mill Co., 'phoae, or address me at Hartford, Ky. The Hope of the Nation. morning In the He riseth up when the voice of the rooster the approach of day. He wandereth around In the darkness of the morning seeking his trousers and findeth them by and by where he left them not. Ho uncoverth the coals ot Are and heapeth on kindling and awaketh 11.3ft Thk Republican and Louisville Herald the sleepers of his habitation with a loud voice. 1.76'' The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at He departeth for the barn with1.50.. out a lamp to guide his feet, tumb-let- h The Republican and Home and Farm over a sleeping cow and land-ct- h Inquirer The Republican and upon his nose. up quickly, klcketh the He riseth Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 d beast and proceedeth on The way. his 3.50- The uepublican ana uauy uwenBDoro inquirer He cllmbeth up Into the loft and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.76 falleth throught a holo In the floor The Republican and Into the midst ot the young mules. Republican and Kentucky Farmer 175 With a voice soft he besifecheth then! The to remain quiet and taar not but The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 they barken not unto his voice. And straightway ho cllmbeth up The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 Into tho trough and remalneth there The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 until the break ot day. Who Is the strange creature who doeth these strange things? Verily, verily, I say unto you, he is tho hope of the nation. He tllleth the soil and tcedeth tho people with the fruits ot his labors. Ho gathereth corn Into his crib and poureth wheat into his granary THE and pnyeth his taxes with the price of SEWING one yearling. MA 'ttnNK Ho baleth his cotton and selleth OF it at eight cents and the next day QUALITY. beholdeth it mount up to ten. He watcheth the rain descend upon his growing crops, tho squeal NOT, ot tho pig dellghteth his heart and SOLD tlio bawling calf fllleth his mouth UNDER with a merry whistle. ANY OTHER The pumpkin blooraeth as a rose NAME. In his field and watermelpns adorn Feohrlcht all tho time. Don't lay off his trout veranda In the copl of tho from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Uo- - VerLax keeps yor WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. evening. your feet, whilo relieving: your troubHis children grow not up In IdleIf you purchaw tho NEW HOME you will on Safer too, and easy to take. Don't le. ness, they become pillars In tho have a Ufa asset at the price you pay, and will take anything 'else. You can't afford have an endless chain of repairs. syschurch and rafters In society. Farm- not it Eliminates poisons, cleanse A nattem and relieves constipation. Magazine. ers Quality ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura a. .i. j results. It in its effect and certain in Vtr-La- x CoruidertW Doctor'aOtUce and Duelling for Sale. will won't be long before Ify- 3 I'-f- li. II We have listed for sale two acres completely displace calomel in evert k is the home. Children can take it freely an4 good ground containing doctor's o, d. with perfect safety. Every bottle Cheapest dwelling, all necessary 50c and l in bottles. Nona 2 wells water, 1 cistern mtheetv) genuine without the likeness and signature of L. K. Grigaby. For sale by and orchard. Splendid location for tohuv. physician. None within a radius of jM animator) J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky. . Easy terms to right five miles. If you ttjtaKewIoTtuacMue,rrUe for ear latest catalogue before you purchase, party, Call on, or address Tbe tow Horn Sewn. MacU Co., Oraot, Mas. BARNETT & SON, Agts., For pains In th- - hark good remedy u U Or. Miles' Pills. Hartford, Ky. 34tf her-aldct- magazines. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE' THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. Those who subscribe now, sending $2 for tho C2 laausa of THE COMPANION for 1915, will receire The Companion Home Calendar FREE. 52 Times a Year not 12. More good reading than you will i?t In any of the monthly " OUR CLUBBING RATES. , IVice-aWeekOwensbo- ro 1.-7- 5 four-legge- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. -- NEW . USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. HOME truar-antee- AQtl-rai- i l ! . am EENTUCET SURAL CREDIT ASSTN. INDEPENDENCE A LEXINGTON, KV. CeipiteJ $1,000,000.00. C. H. BERRYVWN, V. PROSPERITY 1 President. GOVERNOR JAMES J. L. WATKINS. Treasurer. 13. McCREARY, President JO C. VAN METER, Secretary. J. M LASSIING. General Counsel. JAMES B. McCREARY, Frankfort, Ky., Governer of Kentucky; C. H. BE RRYM AN, Lexington, Ivy., Manager Huggin Elmendorf Stock Farm; J. I. WATKINS ' Lexington, Ky., Banker and Merchant; MORGAN O.HUGHES, Bowling Green, Ivy., Banker and Farmer; T. 0. RANKIN, Lancaster, Ivy., Farmer and Banker; WILLIAM H. GILTNER, Eminence, Ky., Farmer and Live Stock Breeder; P. M. WITT, Newport, Ky., President of the Central Savings Bank & Trust Co.; J. M. LASSING, Newport, Ky., Banker and Court of Appeals; JO C. VAN METER, Lexington, Ky., Farmer and Live Stock Stock Breeder; FORREST BUTES, Carrollton, Ky., Farmer and Coal Operator; THOMAS J. BIGSTAFF, Mt. Sterling, Ky , Farmer and Breeder, ROBERT H. SCOTT, Paducah, Ky.. State Senator; L L. DORSEY, Anchorage, Ky., Farmer and Live Stock Breeder; GEORGE D. HOPKINS, Attorney; J. L. ZARING, Shelbyville, Ky , Banker and Farmer. Ex-Judge j organization for the practical working farmers of Kentucky. You now have the opportunity offered you to clasp hands with This is a your neighbors and make possible what yon and your forefathers have needed for the past hundred years, namely: Money at cheap rate of interest running for a number of years. Did you ever stop and think of your position as a farmer? You have the best security of any class of men, yet the least credit. You have but to look about you in any rural district to see the result, the handicap, and embarrassment which have been placed upon you who produce our food. Are you satisfied with these conditions? Do you want your children to go through life asking strangers for help? Or do you want to be in a position when you need assistance, to get it from you own company at 5 per cent and as long as you want it? Would you like to improve your farm? Sometimes improvements double the value of your land. Would you like to stock your farm and be in a position to hold your crops when the Markets is off? What we tell you are facts. You will be benefitted in many ways. Don't let this opportunity slip by. We will loan vou monev un to lf the valuation of your land at 5 per cent, running from 10 to 50 years with the privilege of paying off the mortgage or any part thereof at any time by giving 60 days notice. We now have over three thousand members in this State and will only accept a limited number in each county.. ne-ha- The organizers are here now in your county to explain Rural Credits and offer you the opportunity to become a member, as only members can borrow. They can be found Saturday, May 15 at their headquarters over the HartfordlBank in Hartford and at the home of Mrs. Laura Stevens. Will also be at Beaver Dam, Friday, May 14, at Hotel; McHenry, May 17; Centertown, May 18; Rockport, May 19; Fordsville, May 20. This is to yourinterest! Don't fail to see these genilemen. C M. DERR & SOTM -- - & dispatches from Italy. News Rome state that unless a favorable France. The Fronce War Office reply was received from Austria by report ot last night claims imporMonday. midnight Italy would consider all ne- tant successes for the Allies in the Queenstown ad"The Lusitunin. gotiations at an end. neighborhood of Dlxmude and Ypres vises that there were 764 survivors and also near Arras. It is reported the Lusitania disaster, Including 4S2 passengers and 302 crew. One England. Zeppelin airships dropp- that the Germans are again using fwmdxcd and forty-fou- r bodies have ed bombs in Essex, doing serious asphyxiating gases, but the British ;iwn 'recovered; thirty passengers' damage to property at Southend and are said to have devised a mask .and seventeen ot the crew are InjuWestcltfTe. The House of Commons which enables 'them to withstand this passed on second reading the liquor form of attack. ria United States officials in Queens- lown are taking affidavits of survivregulation bill advocated by Lloyd-Georors ,as to the material facts In the amending the Defense ot the England. feeling, en .torpedoing of the liner. The Brit- gendered by the sinking of the LusiRealm Act. ZaS Hoard of Trade, with the concurtania, has caused riots In Liverpool, rence of the Admiralty, will investireport Manchester, Salford and Birkenhead. German France. The gate the disaster through Lord Mer-a- s, claims advances In France and In Property of Germans In all these who investigated the singing of Flanders. Field Marshal Sir John places has either been burned, looted (fee 'Titanic. Among the dead whose French says the British are holding or damaged. . bodies have been recovered are a Newspaper . dispatches their lines In France and have reParis. torse number of women and children. from Switzerland to Paris report Aus-trla- pulsed five German attacks. Austria. Vienna asserts that the The bodies of Alfred G. Vanderbllt, Toutonlc alles continue their victorand Germans fleeing from all Eisln, Stone. Hubbard and other parts of Italy. , A Geneva dispatch ious campaign against the Russians Wednesday. avlables have not been found. The asserts that 600,000 Italians have The Lusitania. The United States in Gallcla and the Carpathian region Ea act of Vanderbllt was to take off been concentrated at Verona twenty-fiv- e within the next day or two will In- and also that a strong force ot RusMa life belt and put it on a woman. miles from the sist on an explanation from Ger- sians has been repulsed near the A common funeral will be held this The Russians, many ot Incidents frontier. Involving the Bukowlna boundary. nilernoon over the bodies that have United States which have occured however, have succeeded in getting a Seen recovered. since the proclamation of a war zone footing on the southern bank of the Tuesday. Dniester near Horodlnka and the The Lusitania. President Wilson around the British Isles. This course fighting there continues. Tension Is high In Washington was decided upon yesterday followover the Lusitania's fate, and the addressed naturalized American cit ing a Cabinet meeting at which the President Is awaiting further facts izens at Philadelphia last night, and situation was thoroughly discussed Italy. The Opinion prevails In Imfore announcing the policy of this spoke by implication of the Lusitan- by President Wilson and his ad- Rome that Italy's entry Into the war Cavern ni en t. United States Senators ia disaster, the audience interpreting visers. Is a question ot days, while along .generally oppose calling of Congress Ills remarks as meaning that while The note wll ask that some as- the border the untversial feeling is the United States would remain at in extra session. Dudley Field Is a matter of hours. The peace, tt would seek to convince Ger- surance be given that hereafter un- that it Collector of the Port at New armed merchant vessels carrying non peace party, however, hopes that the' York, announced that the Lusitania many of the Injustice to mankind of combatants will not be destroyed bo- - country will remain neutral. was not armed. Telegrams are pil- the latest sea tragedy. Ho urged fore the passengers and crew have i ing up at the White House urging America to stand as an example of been transferred to a place of safety, Thursday. drastic action. The president, It Is peace and elevate the world. f.irmnnv vpstoritnv trannmlttpfl ft Englund. Throughout tho British The German Foreign Office cabled note to the UnUed statea n wh,ch Isles strong retaliatory measures stated, may express an opinion on the disaster In his Philadelphia the Stato Department at Washington It anounced an entire change In Its have been taken by the British peoIts deep regret that citizens ot the attitude toward neutral shipping, ple themselves against German resispeech United States were lost through the presumably In an effort to discount dents, neutralized and otherwise. t Krance. In the fighting that Is In destruction ot the Lusitania, but laid the indignation caused by the sinking There has been serious rioting In progress along the battle lines In the blame on the British Govern- of the Lusitania. In the note it is various cities, and Premier Asqulth Helglum and France, and in Russia ment's policy ot attempting to stated that German submarine com- - is reported to be taking steps in conand in the Carpathians, both the starve the civilian population of manders have been cautioned not to sonance with the demands of the Triple Entente and Teutonic allies Germany, and said theUnlted States attack neutral vessels and prompt people, to intern or deport all alien claim successes at various isolated should have heeded the warning of payment for the loss of any ships enemies ot Great Britain. the German Government. Secreta- not belonging to the enemy, through spots. None of them, however, The news of tho sighting of no possibly Austria and Germany, ry Bryan denied that there had been accident, Is promised. less than 100 bodies was brought to v record successes on a great scale. any official warning given. Senators A rumor was current in London Queenstown by a fishing boat. Among :Kven the statements of the Teutonic and members of Congress are quoted nght that the body of Alfred G. Van- the twenty-on- e bodies landed at reiterations of the reports generally as opposing an extra ses- derbllt had been recovered. Sixteen Queenstown yesterday there were no tallica of several days past that the Rus- sion of Congress. bodies were recovered last night by Americans. The body ot Mrs. Charles sians continue to be pressed back In The verdict of the Coroner's Jury tugs, but only two were those of A, Plamondon, of Chicago, was IdenGallcla and the Carpathians, and that Investigating the sinking of the Lu- Americans. tified In the morgue. Great efforts Elungary is free ot enemy forces. are tbelng made to find the body of sitania at Klnsale finds that "this appalling crime was committed conThe Allies claim to Alfred G. Vanderbllt. Dardanelles. ftula Petrograd does not deny trary to international law and the have .made an important advance on. the gains claimed by the Teutons, conventions of all civilized nations." the Galllpoll peninsula, and with the Austria. The Vienna report In diof aid of the fleet fire to have captured rect contradiction to itho Russlaa hut declares that the Russians are The verdict charges fighting back hard at certain, points the submarine, the Emperor and the Important Turkish positions. Con- - statement says that the successes pf forces are con ..and that the attacks of the Teutous, German Government with "the crime 'atantlnople reports the capture of an the Austro-Gerraa- n 1ATEST WAR NEWS tf I while undiminished in vigor are be coming less irequent. On the Western line Berlin declares that the Germans have driven the allies out of strongly fortified positions near Ypres, and that they villages In have captured several Flanders. Sir John French, the Bri tish commander-n-chte- f, takes issue with this statement, and says all Germany's 'atacks have' been repulsed with heavy losses and that the British line Is firmly established. A repulse of the Germans near Neiuport, the capture of lines of trenches over d a front of four and miles near Carency and the taking of a front of about two and a halt miles in width farther east are chronicled by Paris. one-thir- of wholesale murder." Australian submarine with its icers and crew. off- tinuing and that many important This it The Life positions of tho enemy are threat- Dust and discomfort. ened. Disorder and dirt. The world topsy-turv- y Nit! Italy. Austria's final proposals At the whim ot a skirt. In the matter of territorial conces- Supper in the kitchen, sions are said to have been delivered Bed on the floor. tt Italy, and the situation was con 'TIs housepleanlng time sidered at a Cabinet meeting lasting And home life's a boro. two hours. No statement was made Akron Beacon Journal. at its conclusion. Final action rests with King Emmanuel. Russia. The Petrograd reDort In dicates that the Austro-Germa- n of fensive, which swept the Russians back last week has been checked. Several successes are reported. ' ge Anti-Germ- CASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S ns Farm, Near Whitwville, For 8le. We have listed with us a (rood 108 acre farm 4V, miles, South of France. Additional advances In Whttesville, about halt of It bottom the fighting around Arras are report- land, and forty acres in timber In ed in the French War, Office state- cluding 58 gum, besides various other ment of last night. Along the rest trees. No buildings. See us for of the front there have been no ex- prices. tensive operations. BARNETT & SON, Agents. Austro-Hungar-i- FORDS PR0FIT-SHAR1M ASSURED. re-ba- te Ma-lon- e, 800,000 cars will be sold by July U. 50.00 on each car bought between August 1st, 1914. and August 1st, 1915. Factory 75,000 cars behind in their shipments. We can't get cars as fast as we can sell them. rt With all this enormous production, and can't ply the demand. 'supen-clos- pl Mail orders received with $50.Q0 cash deposit will receive fifst attention and will be first delivered. Delay in getting your order in may deprive you of a season's pleasure. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Bearer Dam, Ky., Or "WVite Barnes Automobile Company, i ,. CENTRAL CITY, KY.