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The Hartford republican: May 21, 1915 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 hao1915052101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 21, 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. tye Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV11. THE REPUBLICAN Jfartfxrtfi .J&qmbJsam. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 45 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTYY., FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1915. Green 13, Greenup 21, Hancock 11, flagrant imperfections In the Income CLASS 1915 HARTFORD COLLEGE. Hardin 19, Harlan 14, Harrison 1C, tax law. They could have been cor- EXPLAINS HIS Hart 20, Henderson 25, Henry 14, rected by thoughtful, Intelligent conHickman 7, Hopkins 33, Jackson 19, sideration and their frequent occurSTATE CONVENTION Jefferson 272, Jessamine 13, Johnson rence In tho act is still Inaccuracy TWO 23, Kenton C4, Knott C, Knox 28, that characterizes the enactement of laws by the Democratic Congress. (Larue 10, Laurel 2G, Lawrence 21, I Leo 12, Lesllo 14, Letcher 12, Lewis i Official Call Issued by Ce- 2i, Lincoln 19, Logan 23, Llvlngton Deficit Is $10U,!) .),()(). Wilson Writes Washington, May 12. the Deficit President 10, Lyon 8, Madison 32, Mugollin 1G, ntral Committee. for tho fiscal year has passed the 'Marlon 13, Marshall 12, Martin 10, Col. Haldeman. $100,000,000 mark. The daily stateMason 21, McCrackon 30, McLean ment of the treasury for the close 13. Mcado 9, Menefee 5, Mercer 1G, Delegate Vote Based on 1908 MetcaIte 13 Monroe 19 MontBomcrv of business on May 1st shows an excess of ordinary disbursements over Stands By Local Optiou As Set13, Morgan 14, McCrcary 9, Muhlen- Election and All Intend ordinary receipts for the year of berg 31, Nelson 14, N'icliolas 11, ' ma jfi-- 1 K s tlement For Liquor J $102,210,551.96, the month of April Ohio 33, Oldham G, Owen 7, Owsley To Take Part. nlono Increased the deficit by over 12, Pendleton 12, I'erry 13, Tike 3D, Question. C $13,950,000. The deficit for the Powell 7, Pulaski 41, Robertson 4, ending with April a year ago was Louisville, Ky., Feb, 12, 1915. Rockcastle 18, Howan 10 Russell 13, $24,488.19, and the deficit for April To the Ucpubllcan Electors of Kra-- j Scott 18, Shelby IS. Simpson 9, In responce to a request by Col. W. alone that year was $7,096,881.05. aponcer u, inyior in, iouu iu, itibk tuckv Receipts from custom to date for B- - Haldeman, asking that he state 3' U"'n The' Republican State Central Com- i f',n,b, this fiscal year have been $174,000,- - nls views on the prohibition question, 15. Wayne 17, Webster Tmltl of Kentucky hereby directs 000 as against $247,000,000 to the President Wilson has sent a letter, 18. Whitley 37, Wolfe 8, Woodford that a Stato ponvjntlon of dle-j?a:- 14. Total 2.35G. Top Row left to right Ruth Combs, Elizabeth Moore, Nancy Ford, same date last year, ordinary internal received by Col. Haldeman Tuesday, representatives of the lt.'pub-lla-i- ii ,n which the Chief Executive says E. T. FRANKS, Chairman. Gorln Flener, Mattye Duke. Second Miller, Maurlne Mar- revenues to date this year, $247,- Party in Kenii;c':y bo IhU tn 000,000, as against $256,000,000 to tliat he wishes to make It explicit ALVIS S. BENNETT, Sec. tin, Garnett Combs, Norlne Harnett, Margaret Williamson, Luclle Pirtle, tin; Ity of Lexington, Kentucky, nl be- Is no inconsistency Edna Elliott. Clifflo Felix, Mae Whlttinghill. Bottom Row Parke Tay- the same date last year; corporation that there 12:30 p. in., standard time, on Tues as tween two letters written by him, Pike County iioes "Dry." lor, Willis Lyons, Aaron Ross, Otis Howard, Raymond Nail, Wilbur and Income tax, $13,000,000, day, the lfith day of June, 191C, fori against $6,000,000, to the same day known as the Shannon and Grogaa Plkovllle, Ky.. May 17. Tho pro the purpose of adopting a platform hibition majority in the Pike county Hhoads, Howard Glenn. last year; and miscellaneous $57,- - letters. embodying the principles upon which Both were written in 1911 when 000,000, as against $43,000,000 to local option election Saturday was the Repubdllcan party and Its nomi- overwhelming. Out the same day last year. Net ordinary President Wilson was Governor of of 4,776 votes, nees will ask tho support of the elecdisbursements to date for this year New Jersey. In the Shannon letter In BRILLIANT "wets" received only 570. HAPHAZARD tors of Kentucky, at the November the Dlackberry precinct, where amount to $618,000,000, as against ithe President expressed his belief three the clpi'lion, 1915, $588,000,000 to the same day last that the prohibition question should Baloous were located the "wets" reThe delegates to said State Conbe settled by local option. In the METHODS USED, year. out of 153 ceived only forty-eigvention shall be selected br county The net balance In the general Grogan letter, one paragraph was to votes. Knox and Majestic precincts, mass conventions to bo held In the fund at the close of the business yes- - the effect that the writer was unwlll contiguous to Blackberry, polled only county scat In each county at 1 two "wet" ballots each. "M1,'-- " o'clock p. m., standard time, on SatHartford College Closes Income Tax Law Is Severe-."- Coburn precinct polled the largest urday, Juno 12th, 1915. except In State-wid- e prohibition would be Bribery Cases Set Aside. i out of "wet" vote, giving sixty-si- x Most Succecsful Year. the counties of Dell, Boyd, Campbell 355. Acting upon the warning ot j ly UnilClScQ. Pinevllle, Ky., May 18. It was an- - Justlflied. and Kenton, In which counties said Asks for Statement. nounced in the Circuit Court here Circuit Judge against the illegal I, conventions shall be held In the cities the . .. . .. ... itoday that the convictions of lQO.men J Col. Haldeman's letter to the Pre- cuusiueru- oi.uTT.,!' V.,7- - Good Work of Middiesboro Ashland. Newport In All Lines DIs- - LoatalrS NO LeSS Than Twenty-- 1 and two women who were charged ldent follows: 7.JK7 ; uuus iije nuiuuuiBu und Covington, respectively; provld- - nn nAMvA tint.. In tnA ,fHCU lu tunc with vote selling and buying some "Mr Dear Mr. President: AlAfinnn .ina ... .. . ... . V.W..V... Five Manifest Errors played Graduating Class a mm in me county oi jeucrson I UVW.H KV M "State-wid- e prohibition has been time ago, will be set aside. It was quor men in view of the great ma-a. City of Louisville, the city and also announced that the remaining made an Jssue by two ot the Jorlty will not contest tho return, Correction. Numbsrs Twenty-On-e. county executive committee shall.;pro- numbering close to 1,- - dates for the Democratic gubernator- The saloon keepers of Blackberry vide for the holding of conventions 000, against citizens of this county, fal nomination in Kentucky, and in have sixty days In which to discon- lu each ward and In tho county of i in which the same charge is made, that connection the business. Washington. D. C, May. , 20. The closing exercises of Hartford Jefferson, exclusive of the Clry of tinue letter Is being used to lmplythat jottrt will not be taken up by the court,. speciflc-defeqts- , College-an- d High School began last Aparjfrom I the struc Louisville. This announcement follows a re- - approve ot this principle in certain "er"' Un,0B Mo,er ?nU 0th. with the baccalaureate ser-is- s ture of the act as a whole is open to cent ruling by The form of voting In said county the Court of Appeals circumstances which are 'declared,' to mon at the Metnod,8t Church by the gravest objections. . conventions on all questions.! , a u of Kentucky that two witnesses to a At the present Kentucky political n. iiu.n.-- n I v,uiuillt:i. uwui,, mu7 n nf tho RnnllH The criticism above quoted refers shall be viva voce except in the City prosequi was entered ll, specific act were necessary to con-- , situation. On the other hand, thS y In the church( Loutov,,,e The. large church to the Income tax law, passed by the ft Louisville and Jefferson county, case agamsi Shannon letter is being vict a person for alleged election . . moyer rres.aeni audltorlum wa8 crowded to its ca Democratic Congress as a part of the where the county executive led in an effort to prove that you ...v.-- .a m.u uuiij - " pacUy and waa decorated with choice tariff bill. It Is taken from the reshall determine the manas a About 1,100 indictments were orig- - stand for local Western Federation of Mines, The sermon was a master- - port of the Taxation Committee of inally found against 800 men, while principle for Democrats to observe. , ner of voting. Tho county execuf. on cnarges o. conspiracy oy fql one and wag h , appreciated the American Bar Association. That aiciea tive committees shall give not less a number of women were also in"If you feel that the situation warmany made mere- dicted for selling votes well report was ,by all. It contained MU, KV J oiiukcu -mrt KU UD "UW " A in the elec- rants, I should be pleased to have . .. .. .. juai uku ao a M..l ul A1IAJ auto iipoiniea ous ot aavice lor me i cduil ly for the purpose ot having the particular place or building where of violence said to have been com- a statement of present date from you tion for School Trustees. uates and the students present. Music law improved from a formal and ald county or ward mass conven as to your general attttude toward mltted at the direction qt the defend- was furnished by a select choir from technical point of view. It was an tlons shall bo held and the manner ants during the copper strike. I W. D. Morris Withdraws. the questions presented by these letextended, exhaustive and scientific all the churches. of selecting delegates, by newspaper ters. Such a statement would, do Hartford, Ky., May 18, 1915. The order was made by Judge P. i Monday evening publication or by notices posted in the pupils ot Mrs. analysis, conducted by men of the Owing to the much to emphasize what you Editor Republican: H. O'Brien in the Baraga County Clr- MnrcnrAt Nnlt'a mitvlf Mnca frnVA a highest standing in the legal proconspicuous places in each voting Illness ot my mother, whose ly intended by the Shannon letter, .cult Court at L'Anse. on motion ot, fession. Their conclusions there- death was recently announced, have mu and precinct of the county. "Your obedient servant, I Prosecutor W. i. uuiurauu, of lighted a large audience. fore may be regarded as fair and im- been unable to prosecute my candiAll voters who were entitled to Houghton county. "W. B. HALDEMAN." ' Tuesday afternoon the first, second partial. participate In the conventions at dacy for the Republican nomination Letters Not iBCoaststeat. ' Their verdict Is a severe arraign- for Representative, third and fourth grades under Misses which delegates wero elected to the Poultry vs. Tobacco. The President's reply follows: ' I am still kept Marks and Pendleton gave a series ment of the careless, haphazard me- at home to give attention to my inva- "My Dear Mr. Haldeman: Republican State Convention held Mr. W. E. Ellis informs us that in the Ctly of Louisville on Wed- his Arm has bought and shipped of drills and songs and the Queen thods employed by .the present ad- lid father. Finding it utterly impos"I hare your letter ot May 5, and nesday, tho 10th day of April, 1912, $30,000 worth ot poultry the pres- of the May, at the College grounds. ministration In the enactment of one sible to make the necessary canvass must apologize for not having replied and those known Republicans who ent season. Other dealers would, These exercises were very creditable ot its most important laws. ot tho county, I have decided to with- to it sooner. I am sure that you frill In this report of the income tax draw from the race. I desire to understand the pressure of circumhave attained the age ot 21 since no doubt, bring this up to $50,000, to the pupils and the teachers and that date, shall be entitled to parti- the Ellis house being by far the larg- were witnessed by a large number law there are pointed out no. less thank all those who have so kindly stances I have been under, than twenty-fiv- e manifest Imperfec proffered their support and say to cipate in tho conventions to elect est dealers In this section. This ot citizens and patrons; "The reply to your letter Is very Tuesday evening the pupils under tions demanding correction by Con- them that I do not withdraw in the simple, My delegates to the State Convention docs not take into consideration the Shannon letand Mrs. Corine gress. Without amendment it Is said interest ot any other candidate and ter precisely defines my position with tierein called. egg output, which, will doubtless be Prof. Anderson 'One delegate Bhall be elected for larger than the other amount. Be- Thomas gave a short but enjoyable that the limit ot the law can be my supporters are free to support regard to the liquor issue, not only ach 100 votes or fraction thereof sides tho stock of each producer has play at College Hall entitled, "Pyra- -' reached only by Judicial interpreta- whoever they may desire. as It was when I wrote the letter, amounting to 50 or over cast for tho been Increased by new brood. Wo rnus and Thisbe," which was very tion, involving tedious, expensive Respectfully, but as it is now, and the letter to litigation. Republican candidates for electors contend that the poultry business well rendered. W. D. MORRIS. Mr. Grogan Is, tor was, at any rate, With reference to provlslbns for Wednesday evening at the Opera In each county at the Presidential In Ohio county is much better for Intended to be entirely consistent election in 1908, except In the coun- the farmer, all things considered, House the Juniors presented to a make the report declares: Rumsey Farmer Files Petition tn with. What I intended to say to Mr. ty of McCrcary (which had not been than growing tobacco. Especlaaly crowded house, "My Wife's Bonnet," "It is most unfortunate that there Grogan, and think that I said with Bankruptcy. eated in. 1908) where the com- is this true since the grower has and "The Dream That Came True." should be any doubt as to what this Henry Willis, a farmer ot Rumsey, sufficient clearness was that, while bined vote polled by the Republican lost all control over tho price of that Every character In each ot these plays precise duty is. Here, If anywhere, McLean county.has filed a petition In the position I had taken In the Shanand Progressive candidates for Pres- article and Is compelled to hand it deserves special mention. The ac- should be placed together In Intelligi- bankruptcy. Mr. Millis lists claims to non letter expressed my fixed convicidential electors in 192 is taken as over to a set ot sleek, well fed gentle- ting was good and the various char- ble terms, instead of being scattered, the aggregate ot $2,988.92, with as- - tions in the matter, I was not tho basis. On this basis, McCreary men at Owensboro, who pretend to acters were suited admirably to their involved with other provisions and sets amounting to $3,745. He claims enough or fjpunty is entitled to nine votes, and bid against each other and laugh in parts. It was a Well pleased au- phrased in obscure language as they the usual exemptions allowed by law. to say what the proper courrt ot these votes Bhall be deducted from tholr sleeves all the time, while the dience. The acting and songs by now are. The act conveys the imassets consists ot 80 acres ot tion was, either In Texas or any Whitley, Pulaski and Wayne coun-tlo- s, grower returns to his little farm with little Catherine Williams were hits pression that the farmers had not land valued at $2,500, bills and notes other State where I waB not person-$71reached any definite conclusions in the three counties from which his 25 cents per day wage, wonder- ot the evening. and the rest is made up ot ally in touch with tho condition ob McCreary County was created, in the ing how he ever escaped with his Last night the Opera House was their own minds concerning the re- stacle and farming implements. Most talning. I felt that It would be aragain crowded when the senior class quirement of personal returns" proportion that the Republican wagon and team. ot Willis' creditors reside at Rumsey rogant on my part to state that there With no thought ot making po- and Calhoun. presented, "The Thread ot Destiny," vote polled In these counties in 1908 were In my opinion no circumstances Celebrates 04th Birthday. a civil war drama, some spienaia litical capital, this report specificalbears to tho combined Progressive which Justified an agitation for Mr, John Shown, who resides near work was done showing ability and ly outlines the one weakness that and Republican vote polled In McDeatli of W. F. Condlt. State-wid- e prohibition. dominates the legislative methods of Creary County In 1912. The votes Beda in this county, celebrated his fine training. Mr. W. F. Condlt died at his home, "I am sure that you yourself felt anniversary Sunday deducted are three from Whitley, ninety-fourt- h tho graduating exercises the present administration, saying: near Matanzas, last Sunday night, af that there was no Inconsistency bepro- will take place Mr. tween the two letters, and I am sin"PoUticar intelligence demanded ter an Illness ot several at .the 'Methodist four from Pulaski, and two from the 16 Inst. Mr. Shown Wayne. Upon the basis above fixed, bably the oldest white man in the church, consisting of musical selec- the speedy enactment of the law, Condlt was one of the best known cerely obliged to you for having af-the several counties of the State are "ounty and his strength and. mental- tions and addresses by Aaron Ross, and there was not sufficient time citizens of the county and was very forded mo the opportunity to make eatltled to representation as fol- ity seem to be excellent for a man class representative and Miss Norlne tor the consideration of detail. popular among his neignoors ana tng very explicit. Finally-- this Committee ot the fellow men. He was a gallant sol ot his extreme age. While he does Harris Barnett, valedictorian, and the lows: "Cordially and sincerely yours, Adair 19, Allen 19, Anderson 10, not tako a great deal of interest in blass address by Mr. D. Lee Fitzpa-trlc- American Bar Association recom- dler In the Federal army during the 'WOODROW WILSON." mend a revision of the law that shall Clval War, and served hlB country ot Richmond, Indiana, Ballard 7, Darren 23, Uath IB, Bell present day occurances his memory A. S. ot E. Notice. 28, Bopno 6, Bourbon 23, Boyd 29, ot past events Is remarkable, The yeanbas b.een one, ot the beat "extend to its form as well as to its with, distinction. Funeral services Ohio county wool pool will be de-During his younger life he was a In tho history ot the school from substance." Boyle 15, Brackon 11, Breathitt 16, were conducted by Rev. R. D. Ben- "TJio entire act should be recon nett, of Hartford, after which the llvered at Beaver Dam Monday, Breckinridge 26. Bullitt 7, Butler 23, great deor-huntand he remembers every point and the showing this Caldwell IB, Calloway 8, Campbell ot keeping a record ot killing 106 week li a credit to pupils, teachers, structed," concludes their report, burial took place at the John Bell May 24, and the poolers are called "and there should be placed upon the cemetery. He leaves a widow and six to meet at Hartford, Saturday, May 70, Carlisle 5, Carroll 5, Carter 26, deers all ot which he did near his town and county. ne county 46, Clark 19, present home. largest statute books an Income tax law so children surviving. Mr. condlt was 22, to elect a graaer. Casey 19, Christian He was also a great The graduating class is the ;iay 20, Clinton llr Crittenden 17, lover ot spirited horses aad can ever graduated from this institution arranged and expressed as to be con- 75 years old and had lived a useful union ot the A. S. of E. is called to favorably with venient for reference, consistent in life, devoted to his family and meet at Hartford May Z9'b at nine Cumberland 12, Davlees 39, Edmon- now relate many entertaining stories and will compare son 13, Elliott 6, Estill 15, Fayette ot his hunting adventures aad ex- young ladles and gentlemen seat out all its parts and capable ot being friends. He was kind and generous, o'clock. All members are asked to ' His be present. and a man of fine Intelligence. s 47, Fleming 20, Floyd 16, Franklin periences In breaking wild fiery hor- from any school in the State. la understood by a citizen ot average S. L. STEVENS, Pros. death Is deeply mourned by all who I 16, Fulton 6, Gallatin 3, Garrard 16, ses. At present he bids fair to live another column we prMest a clasa HENRY M. PIRTLE, Sec There Is no good reason tor the knew Bias. asMrters. picture including tk Grant 11, (Gravea 17, arfcytoa 24, to be a hUadrod years old. LETTERS Bt'MfalEA x remit rB " 'Z ul Row-i-Hel- ena 1 ht " ffTJZ 'ZZTSSSTZ ..... .T. ., m candi-lndlctmen- ts, ,,!, to-da- 0m-,Sund- ay Poi-Vln- a com-mitt- ".. ln-i,- M " M '' n, A I -- self-confid- ac-T- he 6, To-nig- ht w k, er I like (ho ground should bo kept as nearly levof loaulon. which It THAT PLEDGE MAY el and smooth as possible. luuit ii'uiut; u iuiik lllliu IV letiril 11113 am necausc mey were Known as When other hay can be saved DC riDDICfl I1IIT LASTS TWO YEARS readily, and the cornfields can be uiiu v ULi I ,U,D i'i"-UllliniLU UU cd as referring iiiu iuvc was suspect- - X to their beauty and pastured Immediately after the crop not their quality as a food. Is gathered It Is not usually profitSince rhubarb Invaded the market, i able to cut the stalks for fodder. ConCountry Shows Disposition j0 Pennsylvania Couple Crossed It has been growing In popularity. Corn which Is to be stored for Occasionally ono will meet another' some time should be treated with Hold Wilson to a Single tinent Twice' Gaining Fame 'who thinks rhubarb Is too common bisulphite of carbon to destroy InIf you had a machine that you could operate at n good proPresidential Term. and Fortune. land cheap a plant for style and good sects. fit day in and day out, would you iwt count aH a loss tho Seed should always be selected In time It stood Idle? jtnste, but such people are getting, oalin mnrl rtf ttinmonlcnd the field by taking the best ears tli itltml . "- " "" " ..ituumu The election returns from the var sauce Is the child of the sunshine Baltimore, Md., May 10. Jour- from the best stalks. Farmers Your money Is n good money-makinmacMic. Invested In lous cities of the country indicate ev for a whole family. If you don't ' op ney across the continent twice on Home Journal. our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It earns Inen more clearly than the elections lUke , ,eal;n to ,ke lu u s cas. foot within the period of two years j terest every day of the week, every week of tho month and ) ,a81 ,a" u,al ,ne lu,e ,s lowar(l uc to be entrealed. easy to woo. easy to every month of the year. inarlo'd the unique honeymoon trip Is Made and Laid. How Cubic people no longer ,ove nol because u ,s cheap blll be. lakrn Ty Mr. and Mrs. John Broxman A submarine telegraph cable is PubHcanlsm. The Ilemember, we give you absolute security and pay you tho of near Harrlsburg, Pa., who arrived merely a landlfne completely Isolated UKWi" i' " " par. t s rich. Don't neglect It best rate of interest. in Baltimore a few days ago, and of Ug who,e ength ag ftater ,g g0 The Democratic party has establish- - 'u wl ninko tne bran gIttcr am, the eu a reputation lor ueing long on stolnach sm!le. who, lor just two nours. were u.e nl a conductor of electric force. of Mrs. C. C Webber, wife of A cab,e congIst3 of thre(J essentla, theory but short on practise. There piie-f- t, at, the pastor of Emmanuel Kvangeucai partg ' lhe core or conductor Whooping Cough. of were cities in wiucn local issues were Church. Greene street, near Lombard. bMauge hat ls the beit' con. but the voters refused to Indorse any "About a year ago my three boys I Cor. Itli and I'rcdcrira. months they have In the nventy-fou- r ng substance known; the aMn thing bearing the Democratic label, had whooping cough and I found 4 K.NOW.V been away the young married couple or ,MU,ator ot sutta.percha.because Th,s counlr' for a century hns KVKltVWIIKlti: at the S.M'i: anil KHI.IAIII.HIIAMv Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the on- havt traversed the parched sands of thu g ,te ag effectlve ,n lt3 resis. governed by parties, and the voters ly one that would relieve their cough- countries of the tance to the electric current' the scmltropical and contlllue to hoW Parties responsible ing and whooping spells. I contin p The Democrats stee'i wlre. for conditions. South, the fertile valleys of the Mid-- , U(e . Qr protectorof ued this treatment and was surprls- - ' West and the rugged mountain t(j strengthen the cable In handUng ,y' if ,l ,8 good al dcclP1,crlnB m cd to find that It cured the disease paths of the Far Western States. am, 8Ubmerg,ng. and to protect It l'lerogIphIcs, might as well prepare In n very short time," writes Mrs. They are happy and have returned the dangWB of chaflng on tho for retirement March 4. 1917. But Archie Dalrymple, Crooksvllle, Ohio. . ,., ,,,,,,. In it should not be entirely cast down For sale by All Dealers. llwll , homes without reporting a , . to ... i uuuuiu was not elected by a ma mishap. shoal water: of Injury by marine In Its ticket a r'tJ'1 m tue "rst Place. Its candi In making their long journey on sects, and of damage from va rious Ancient Concrete. dates slipped into power because the fool IJr. and Mrs. Broxman have other causes. The statement that reinforced conwon fame and fortune, for not only England makes most of the world's enemies of Its theories of running they cordially welcomed In all cables nowadays, but some are manu- - the Goternment were In a fight crete has been found in French buildwert among themselves, a fight which be- ings erected In the sixteenth century ...:.. factured ,n Germany. me .owns ana cu.es uiruugt. Cables are will surprise no one who has even a piseci. nut as a result oi uieir tne ,e ,n two.mlle ,esths and a3 each came so bitter that each side became superficial knowledge of the history long hike they have been presented such section is completed, Its electri- reckless of consequences. St. Louis had the distinction of of architecture. Concrete in some with a large sum of money by a cal resistance is tested by a special brother-in-laof Mrs. Broxman in machine and carefully noted. When being the first city in the United form, is a very ancient building malnuee(1-1012- . California, and henceforth they will a cable Is made it Is put on board the States to rally trom the defeat of Some of tne lesscr Pyramids were It elected a Republican May- -' makq their home on a farm which cable ship which ls to submerge it. or the next spring. The consistent b,lilt of a P,,dllled mixture which Is purchased by the bride- There lias bten are now over forty such n 'air,v r,ose relative of our modern groom near Harrlsburg. steamers employed, not wholly for policy of oppreslon and persecution compound and Mrs. Broxman strolled in- laying cables, of course, but for re- - followed bv a Democratic State adMr. to Baltimore unnoticed and sought pairing them when injury occurs. ministration was probably the reason The donie of the I'anthcon at Home, When you pay S895 for ncquaintances whom they had known Damage to a cable when submerged why the Republicans got together bul,t nearl" nineteen centuries ago, is made of Puzzolan concrete, a vol- veais ago. In their search for their is evident by its failure to operate, sooner In 3t. Louis than anywhere an Allen 34 you get frlciiili they drifted in the neighbor- and then the ship has to proceed to else. But the vote Tuesday was canic ash ,)olnK the binding material, U ,s not reinforced, or rather there S895 worth of car. hood of Greene and Lombard streets the vicinity of where the break ex- still larger than 'fn April 1913. The The Allen 14 h an dropped into the parsonage of ists, grapple for the cable, bring It to majorltv. not plurality, was unpre- - is no reconl that u ls reinforced. But and You don't pay a cent for unAlien 37 horsepower en,ie sPPrtlng columns of Santa gine, Weiton-Mo- it the Emmanuel Evangelical Church the surface, cut it, and splice In a cedented. There have been contri- necessary overhead expense. Sophia, built five centuries later, are floating ute, mohair top as to new section so as to enable It to ener- butlng causes, but thoughtful men in order to get directions and leather upholstery, We build intccrity into every Allen t -- ets and Mrs. gize again. By determining the re- of all parties admit that national Is- - strengthened with lead rods, and house numbers. Warner trnimimon and automobile. Our organization is Hetring gear, lelt-hiWebber happened to be at home and sistance of the eftective portion of a sues were Involved. The voters re- - mediaeval builders used Iron cramps ,,lnd tl,oir courses of natural stone strong and permanent. Wc arc in drire, expandinv.ted the strangers in. She could damaged cable, it is possible to put fused to do anything that would t0 ing braVei, 110 inch Wh-- should not the architects of the! the automobile business to stay. quest for the a repairing steamer within a mile or comfort the Democratic party. There not aid them in their wheelbase, demountable Our purpose is to mike every Allen rimi, aluminum cranlc Baltimore friends, but she did enter-Jai- n so of where the break occurs.and re- were many causes for the low vote renaissance use the same reinforcerase and aluminum car do its part in upholding our 1U4 Hit them the greater part of the pairs are sometimes very speedily t m, nQ,,.rti,. .intnt in VlV.U,u ment for artificial stone? t.iV.l.lf W.n.V 111 case, full equip-r.eModern civilization even in its inreputation for giving the greatest afternoon, and while enjoying the made.though on other occasions, be but an analysis of the returns forof electric lights possible value for the price we get. young ; cause of bad weather or other causes, ces the conviction that the unpopular- dustrial aspects, is not wholly a hospitality of her home the and electric itarter. It has roots deep In the adThe wefjht of Uie cur U people told of their unique honey- If you have been waiting until you eka are often occupied in this ity of the Democratic national UOO lb . which, with Ihe moon trip. ministration was a large factor even past. could buy a strong, swift, safe, powtr of the motor loiuica work economy of operation. When handsome car without pa) ing a dolMr. and Mrs. Broxman were mar- ,g stored ,n tanks in the In that hotbed of Democracy. The cable We build (Ue other lar more than its actual worth, tho Husbando and Housewifery. ried two years ago and had planned shlp.s hoidiami when she reaches the Mr. Wilson has time to analyze the eioildi. three roaditcrt end cere tourtnf car. Allen 34, touring carat to Ejfnd their, honeymoon quietly j place where the laylng pr0ces3 is returns he may conclude that the Mrs. Thetta Quay Franks, who has refilled Ini9S! frees S895, is the complete answer to to 1 is miming on uie uemo- - found that the ancient profession of in the East. But Mrs. Broxman's , ,0 coramence.she lands a "shore end." singie-ieryour requirements. brother-in-lain Santa Anna, Cal.. a sectIon bound wUb steel to the crats or not, the country will see i hnnspwlfprv h:is KiiffpmH n trrovlnna . told them that he would present them thickness of a man's arm to with- - that it Is kept. decline, would have her sisters turn styli,finnh, ictnomy if tftratian, rjuifntnt, ttrvictabU qualtttti and prict, Allen can iakt the lea J Wlin a SUOSianuai sum OI money lllBfnnH th rhafln? nf the surf, winds. over a new leaf and give the Amerl- -' thoy would take as their honeymoon and currents. This Is taken to the Vour Child's Cough it a Call For can husband a square deal. And , Help trip a "stroll" from Harrlsburg to cable house, usually a short distance f since she has presented so vivaciously Factory Reprcienfatire for Southern Ohio, adjacent Weit ia Don't put off treating your Child's and appeallngly the case of the abusCalifornia and back again. They de- above high-watto which the and Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. It not only saps their ed, if undeserving, American husband cided o try and win the prize held cable Is laid in a trench, and then Cough. Dealer t Write or. wir for agency proposition nut to them, so immediately after the ship steams seaward, putting out strength, but often leads to more ser- It seems only fair and chivalrous that j the wedding ceremony was perform- the cable as she goes. The process is ious ailments. Why risk? You don't the side of the American housewife King's Kew Discovery is be heard. ed they started on their long hike. continued day and night, or from have to. Dr. From Baltimore the young couple seven to ten knots an hour, as the Just the remedy your Child needs. Arnold Bennett, among other for soothing, healing eign observers, has epitomized the made went to Harrlsburg. weather warrants. An Atlantic ca- It isantisepticwith balsams. Will quickly latter's complaint In his picture ofi ble is usually laid in little over a and A Sluggish Liter Needs Attention. check the Cold and soothe your the utter absorption of the American week. The last Atlantic cable was Let jour Liver get torpid and you laid from Penzance. Cornwall, Eng- Child's Cough away. No odds how-ba- business or professional man In his arc in for a spell of misery. Every- land, to Bay Roberts, Newfoundland, the Cough or how long stand- business or profession, an absorption body gets an attack now and then. ing, Dr. King's New Discovery will that excludes the details of g In thirteen days by the Colonla, the I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording stop it. It's guaranteed. Just get a Thousands of people keep their Llv-r- a biggest cable-layin- g from his consciousness. His ship in the Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, bottle from your Druggist and try wife, in saving his money, In temptactive and healthy by using Dr. world. "King'tj New Life Pills. Fine for the it. Hartford, .rEtna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes ing his appetite. Is put In the posi Stomach, too. Stop the Dizziness, a. the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. tion of one playing to an audience Constipation, Bllllousness and IndiCom incing K Ideuce. that is dozing or reading. She finds 1 These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to gestion. Clear the blood. Only 25c. Stevenspolnt, Wisconsin, has the the role eminently discouraging. X hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, L 2 sldeache from laughing at the hens at your Druggist. The time to berate her for turning of H. K. West and their wanderings his digestive appartus and his houseCoin Cultuie. i with labels hanging from guilty bills, hold budget over to the tender care TI.e hctt boll for torn lh a ilrh announcing that they had been rob of servants, therefore, will come f.i:k1j loam, which contain a fc'ooJ bing the garden of F. M. Sackett of when the American husband begins a. supply of humus. Land which has Declares Lydia E. Pinkhara's newly planted seeds. to show his appreciation of a square Ix'rn used for growing red clover complained that his seeds deal. And then the scolding may Sackett Vegetable Compound melilotus cowpeas or other leguminwere dug up faster than he could become superfluous, since with the ties of dress which for centuries have Saved Ker Life ous crops is much better than that plant thj'ni. Unable to convince the more temperamental sex apprecia- distinguished tho sallorman from his 1 which has been used recently for owner o the fowls of the errors of tion alone often accomplishes won- landlubber cousin. and Sanity. hoed crops. Don't do It gentlemen. their ways, lie politely stated he ders. Don't turn in In using manures and fertilizers Shamrock, Mo. "I f el It my duty would "show him." a battleship Into more of a foundry I t) 11 is better to use the coarse stable to tell the public the I condition of my He scattered corn In his garden, than It Is. Let Jackie go as he is, ws.nure and the whole cotton seed on neaiui before uiing but first ran a thread through each STOP AT nroud to be of the clorlous Dast as I your medicine. I had kernel, and on the far end he tied d the heavier soils, and the well as of tho oily and colorless presFOR FLETCHER'S falling, inflammaiiifcinire on the cottonseed meal on appearing litle cards. ent. I tion and congestion, innocent th lighter soils. e Hanging from each chicken's beak female weakness, -- XAll well drained lands should be 1 pains in both sides, when they went home, gayly flutterWisdom. Where Will It Knd. plowul flat, and high beds are backaches and bear- ing In the breeze, were the evidences map surveyed only on lands which are subAn unroinantlc theory ridden med- The weather man his ing down pains, wa3 of guilt. No jury's verdict was ever ject to overflows. When beds are short of memory, more damning. ico fn tho United States navy has And then a tiny dot he made. iitcii they should he wide enough norvou3, impatient, Here are a few of the Inscriptions recommended that tho firing trouser lie scanned tho East aud made a pa33ed sleepless for tvo rows each. leg, the wide collar, tho lanyard and second. on the cards: FRANK ECKEllT, Prop. nights, and Tlie best variety of corn for ordl-j-ar- y ;ii ' i i neither strengthhad "I have just been scratching In Mr. other traditional features of naval And with a pencil sat and reckoned. nor H.H.ECKEUT,Mjr. purposes is one which will pro- energy. untforms be selit to the scrap heap. Ho scanned the West and with preThere was always a fear and Sackett's yard." duce the great amount of shelled dread in my mind, I had cold, nervous, "They are useless," says he, "useless cision am a naughty chicken." "I $1 lip, European Plan Kratn per acre, regardless of ,the weak spolU. hot flashes over mv hodv. and ridiculous." Performed a sum ot long division. "I have been trespassing." 1 had a place In my right 6lde that number or size of the cars. Great heavens, has the navy be Ho conned a telegram and drew "My owner don't feed me enough. wa3 White varieties will usually muke bo sore that I could hard'v bear tha I have to visit the neighbors." come so mechanical, so prosiac, so With compasses a circle true. 4444444444- a heavier yield than colored varieties weight of my dothe3. I tried medicines Their owner met them at his gate tied to tho apron strings of scientific He noted tho barometer and doctors, but they did rr.o Jii'Jogood, though many colored varieties are and I advances, that every last truco of Aud read tho oncometer. and was convinced. We Knock the Spots Out of Things never more vigorous and hardy than are I got Lydia expected to cot out again. its old and romantic past must swing Athwart his chart, with curved deE. Pinkham'3 Vegetable Mim of tho mor prolific varieties. signs Compound and BIcoi Purifier, and I cerat the year arm, If, indeed, there is a The 'jest yields are secured from tainly would have been in grave or in an yard arm left to swing from? He truced some isothermal lines. FOR FLETCHER'S drnt varieties, which require about asylum if your medicines hiJ not caved Sails, ropes, cutlasses, belaying And having fixed each "high" and 160 days for hmturing, and average me. But now I can worf: a!l day, sleep pins, capstan bars, romance and even "low," French Dry Cleaned nnd Pressed in a nearly two ears per stalk. The ears well at night, cat arything t want, have hat' grand old line of yarns haw Well satisfied he rose to go, no hot flashes cr weak, nervota spolb. Superior Mannor. hhould be of good size, have small All Iiasket of Ithuburb. pssed into oblivion chsed out by the Ho clapped his hat upon his head; Send pains, nche3, us your Garments and Havo cobs well filled at each end, and gone, my houao, fcar3 and dreadj are A man on tho car from nut in tho u.idtcoratiro nJ more useful Inven "Tomorrow, clear and dry," he said. children and husband Them should hang downward when ripe. are no longer neglected, as I am almost country ls taking home a baskot of tion!, of the day. Fvei. srasolrn Hut uh, next day came on a rain vigorous-lookin- g Nothing is gained by planting be- entirely free of the bad symptoms I had rhubarb, great, parlance has changed. Port and star- Which poured and poured with might CLEANED CLEAN fore the ground ls faufllclenty warm before taking your remedies, and all la stalks that fairly gleam with health board have become left and right. and main. Packages called for aud delivered. pleasure and happiness in my homo." dry to promote and immediate and Joy. It ls only lately that the Fathoms have become fleet. Every And "soaked the people as they ran Krowlng. Early corn should not be Mrs. Josie Ham. R. 1 D. l. Rn-- t ?i world has discovered the glory of last atom of the e picturesque- - Hut not, egad, the weather man. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Shamrock, Missouri. covered so deep as lata plantings. rhubarb. It was called the wine ness has been swept clear of the For be, the wisest wight in town, you wnnt special advice write plant and may be that that ls the decks. And now it is proposed to If A. Iva Nail, Irop Cultivation should be shallow and Lydia Had carried an umbrella down, K.IMiiklmm fregutnt, and tho surface of the (confidential) Lynn,Metlleluo Co.. ' reason that it was doubted, much take away those few llttlo pecullarl- Puck. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Situs. HONEYMOON WALK .rr .4444444444444444444444444444a o J a Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest g ""'" , """"" Central Trust Company bn par-,11- . thr ilngt , ""P IH MSv t11 The Allen 34 Price, $895 Study these facts ' -- Irani-mini- new-thin- m w ( tr, Kenton Motors Co. x3sJSr Vic-Jin- er d INEW t t INSURANCE AGENCY home-keepin- &SL CASE of Mrs, HAM I E. E. BIRKHEAD, - Hartford, Ky. 444,44. 4a,.a.4 When Louisville i well-rotte- Children Cry C ASTO R A ECRERT'S le 5th Avenue Hotel I Children Cry CASTORI A Ladies' and Men's Garments old-tim- a" . Telephone as You'd Be Telephoned To" ' courtesy is TELEPHONE of ordinary politeness and everyday kindness that we put into our conversation, when we talk by telephone. Its the face to face brand of politeness and kindness used when we're voice to voice. I :l . ' It's the same politeness and kindness that we like to receive from the other end of the wire. S CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. iDcorporatctl Giving a little thought to tele- phone courtesy and practicing its simple rules will make the telephone an even more efficient aid for you. "Telephone as You'd be Telephoned To" always. UOX 119, OWENSHOKO. KY. Tlio Clinrm of Palestine. "Those who iniiiRino Palestine to country will bo n fairly good-size- d he surprised probably to learn thai 1n nreu It only eiiunta flint of Wales," II. J. Shvpstone says In an interest-Iji- S article on the Holy Land In Ore "Weekly Scotsman (Edinburgh), "ant! It like Wales , Is very mountainous. i full or hills and valleys, with hero nnd then- - a rolling plain. The small-nc- s of the country surprises every traveler. In a stretch of land equal to that between Arbedeen and Dundee you cover the whole central i;rouru! if the Illhle, from the sea of Galilee to Jerusalem. Jn ' a rldo equal to tlio distance from London to Windsor there may be seen enough to Interpret many centuries of tlio world's supreme history. The Dead Hen Is but fifty miles from the Mediterranean, the Sea of Galilee about 21 miles, while the distance between the two sea is only fij) miles. 'The charm of the land lies In Us array of sacred and toly places. Its antiquity and in the prlmative and picturesque life of Its country peo- pie. Indeed, the actual peasant llfo of the land has not greatly chnnged since IMblo times, and every village today boasts of its upper room, or Ruest chamber, where the men meet and chat about the local news. These xuesl chamebrs have been In vogue since the days of the patriarchs. "Farming of course, is the principal occupation or these Interesting people. In addition to growing grain, they also raise olives, grapes and other fruits. Wo plow first and sow nfterwards, but the Holy Land farmer, as a rule, sows first and plows afterward. Ho scatters tho seed over the ground by hand and then plows It In. The plows are very primitive and are driven as a rule by oxen. A rarmer's field Is not marked on by a fence, as we understand the term. In the mountainous country lands are enclosed by loose stone walls, still called by the ancient Hebrew name Jedar, and on the plains by thorn hedges. When tho open fields are the boundary owned Individually, are indicated by deep furrows, lines ,ln which at Intervals stones are laid as 'landmarks.' It Is, therefore, readily seen how easily these boun-- . darlca could be changed by the Mo-- T nalp. warning, 'Cursed be he that his neighbor's landmurk.' Naturally tho gathering of the harvest Is a busy time, and every one assists. men women and children Tho reaping Is done by hand. Destitute women and girls are allowed to follow the reapers and glean tho fallen ears, which they tie Into neat little bundles, dropping them on tho ground as they go along. These they gather up every evening, and beat out the grain with a stick, Just as Kuth did of old In the fields of Bethlehem. per annum. Last year's business was 24.000,000 below that of 19U tind IT,, 500,000 below the previous average. Activity of tho Daldwln plant Is largely dciientlcnt upon prosperity and the great of tho railroads shrinkage in tho volnmc of business is explained by Mr. Johnson as duo Commerce Commission toward the railroads, to tho low tariff and to the war. The decision granting an Increase in freight rates has cured the first cause to which Mr. Johnson Tho war Is still with us and Its baneful Influence grows with the but the handicaps upon slilpplng, strife is sure to coino to an end and possibly sooner than Is generally surmised. As to the third cause of depression, the low TarllT, the remedy Is fully within the hands of the people. Whenever they choose 'to restore to power the party of Protection a sure foundation will be laid for business prosperity. Committees at Washington may theorize and special examiners may Investigate but words of wisdom from such an experienced captain of industry as President Johnson go right to the seat of trouble, and the remedy Is up to the voters. Philadelphia Press. tt) Meet nt Veteran Itlcliiuontl. Richmond, Va., Mny 17, 1915. Tho second week In May finds plans for tho twenty fifth annual reunion of tho United States Confederate Veterans, scheduled to he hold in Richmond, June 1, 2, nnd 3, all but whipped Into perfect shape. Work of preparing for tho hnndltng of tho reunion and tho vast crowds that arc expected to attend has been so thoroughly distributed by tho committee system employed that Richmond will ho ready to receive the visitors weeks before) the actual opening date. The 1915 reunion which comes fifty years after tho fall of Richmond nnd the end of tho war between the States, Is expected to bo of tho utmost significance and solemnity. To Richmond In June will come the greatest gathering of survivors of the Confederate arms that has perhaps ever been Been, With them will come thousands of visitors, relatives, nnl curoslty seekers, who will find much of Interest during the week to repay , them for the trip Acceptance from many Southern Governors of the Invitation to attend the reunion as the guests or the Confederates have been received. The presence of so many slate executives will lend much to the Importance of the occasion. President Wilson's reply to the Invitation of the general committee Is still In obedience. That he also will attend is the expectation of those In charge of the reunion. Richmond, almost to tho last man, is animated with tho desire to make reunion .the greatest the twenty-fift- h event la the memory of the old Confederates. For one week tho great city will be turned over to the visitors In strict truth. Each person seems determined that business and private affairs ar to give place to the greater duty of entertaining the reunion. Great plans fcavc been made for tho decoration at the city nnd of the Court ot Honor, In particular. The Court of Honor Is to be lcatetl at Lee Circle, 'n Monument avenue, a situation Ideally suited Xo such a pur-pot- e. lirick mortar in all Richmond is to be covered with flags and bunting during the first week in June and Urn city will Indeed present a beautiful appearance. Confederate mixing In the Riggs bank row. has troubles of Ms own. Ho Over 160,000 horses havn been purchased In American for shipment To the warring nations of Europe. At a fair estimate tho nvcrngo price was not less than $150, which would mnko a total of'moro than $22,000-00- 0 paid for horses nlone. This accounts for n part of tho balance of trade In favor or the United States, credit ror which the democrats havo made a vuln attempt to assume When In doubt, John Skclton Williams calls upon the Riggs bank for some more reports. n m VaDderbilt Training School for Boys m m m ELKTON, KY. Will lielp pnrcnts dovolop their sons into tlio best typo 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, l'luco your son in this select gioup of boys. Write M m m Farm For Sale. Eighty acres of good land containing dwelling, barn nnd other outbuildings, situated on Hartford and Rockport road. Well ami spring on farm. Church and schoolhouso near. For price, terms, etc., call or address HARNETT & SON, Agts. Hartford, Ky. 34tf ANNOUNCEMENTS. H IH m MATHEMEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. H H For State Treasurer. We are authorized to announce HON. R. L. MOORE, of Crittenden county, a candidate for tho Republican nomination for State Treasurer, General Primary election August 7, 1915. yttm. "?! re' f'K,,! wtrfL-- . For Circuit Judge. We are authorized to announce JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, as a candidate for the nomination for Judge ot the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action of tho Democratic party at the State Primary the first Saturday in August, 1915. P..- -! J.4M L - FREE TO EVERY KENTUCK1AN- Governor All Pictures of Kentucky' tha present From the foandatlon ef the Stat, to time The only complata collection in existence Wh-ingtStates, rictuiw of all Presidents of tle Unitedin colors.from very The to Wilaon. Hags of all Nat ons al Map8ho1neCountles.towiu.rallroad.,Con-rfreVsionon For Commonwealth's Attorney. to announce We. nre authorized LAWRENCE P. TANNER, of Owens-borKy., a candidate for the nomination for Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth Judicial District, sub ject to the action ot the Democratic party at tho State Primary the first Saturday in August, 1915. o, M P ramplctemapof theUnlted Mates. 'coY'vU'iS,ti glyen world. InthcHIstorical Kentucky sketch present time. tatlitlcsfrom the foundation of the State to Ajj ItinduJes: AU State Official. Executive Department Departments of the State Government imneiirau."v districts, etc. Latest Kentucky Census. .hull , r fete. salaries. , whenever my liver shows signs or being In a disordered condition. They have always acted quickly and given mo the desired reller," writes Mrs. F. H. Trubus, SprlngMeld, N. Y. For sale by All Dealers. - For A Torpid Lhwr. "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets off and on for the past six years House a nil Lot Por Sale. We have for sale a lot containing acre In old Fair ground addition on the pike, with 5 room cottage, good barn and all buildings. Fine well of water. About 50 young Would be a fine location for some one desiring to take advantage ot County High School. Terms reasonable. DAItNETT & SON, Hartford, Ky. fruit trees beginning to hear. We are authorized to announce BEN D. RINGO, of Owensboro, Ky., a candidate for the nomination for Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth Sick Headache. Judicial District, subject to the action Mrs. A. L. Luckle, East Rochester, ot the Democratic party at the State N. Y., was a victim of sick headacho Primary the first Saturday in Auand despondency, caused by a badly gust, 1915. weakened and debilitated condition of henstomach, when site began takFor State Senator. ing Chamberlain's Tablets. Sho We are authorized to announce says, "I found them pleasant to take, JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, also mild and effective. In a a candidate for State Senator, 7th time I was restored to my Senatorial composed of District, former good health.'" For sale by Ofcio, Muhlenberg and Butler counAll Dealers. ties. General primary election Aug. 7, 1915. Muruwuim Is Hold tto Dope Fiends. Marawana, a narcotic said to be We are authorized to announce extensively used in Mexico, but lit- HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver tle known in this country, Is report- Dam,- - Ky., a candidate for State Senaed to be taking the place of cocaine, tor in the 7th Senatorial District comheroin and other drugs, the sale of prised ot the counties of Ohio, ButRepublican which Is prevented by the new Fed- ler and Muhlenberg. eral laws. An Investigation is be- primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. ing made by the police and Government ofllclals which may lead 'to For State Representative. arrests in Louisville and many other We are authorized to announce cities. W. S. DEAN, ot Sulphur Springs preFederal authorities have been cinct, a candidate for the Republicseeking Its source for two weeks and an nomination for Representative of In the arrest of users it is hoped to Ohio county. Primary election Saturday, Aug. 7, 1915. trace the Importers. A small quantltly was obtained by Wo aro authorized to announce a secret service man in New York recently from an Italian, who said L. L. EMBRY a candidate for the an abundance was received in the Republican nomination for Represmetropolis for distribution among entative from Ohio County. General drug fiends in Chicago, Louisville, primary election Aug. 7, 1915. Atlanta and other cities. Miirawnna Is a gum from a plant, like the poppy For Circuit Court Clerk. We are authorized to announce that grows in the mountains of MexOTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for ico. the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk at tho general primary election Aug. 7, 1915. 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Philadelphia scurcely needed to bo Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CAS TORI A t, told that business was dull at tho great plants of tho llaldwln Locomotive Works last year, but Just how dull It was Is fully disclosed In the annual report of the president of the company. The reports of tho romnany date back to July, 1911, when the old firm was changed to a corporation and In the two yars and n half prior to Just year the sales of the company averaeed $28,832,034 D. C, e b : "I am pleased to endorse l'eruna as a splen of them pronounced In terms, for did medicine for . "a protective tariff," and the other catarrh and stonv "OW ! seven reaffirmed the platform of 1912 ach trouble, from ifcSti' which I suffered which was "a protective tariff" platfor several years. votes, In 1914, form. Progressive I took It for sevwere for a protective tariff and for eral months and that republican candidates as they will tt the endmyof health time found be In 191C. was restored and have folt splendidly ever Tho Jaskson'tTenn.) Sun remarks: Inro. T now take It when I contract "The terms of 17 democratic senaa cold and It soon rids the system of any catarrhal tendencies. tors will explro on March 4, 1917. Over Ten Years Ate. Six of these democrats are from 'I would not be without Teruna.' states that are unquestionably demoAlthough It was over ten. years ago cratic Tennessee, Florida, Missouri, that I first avo you my testimonial, I Texas, Virginia, and Mississippi.1' cm of the same opinion as when I wrote It. and give you the prlvlleeg to Very well, wo shall be content to use tt as you see Jit. I still use l'etake the other eleveil. runa when I think It necessary. I am recommending H to my neighbors The President defies that ho Js whwc cr a chance occurs," 1 Twelfth St, N. SiiH wv Tm Pointed Paragraphs. Republican platforms for 1914, iu all states declared In favor of "a protective tariff." There were fourteen states last year where the progressive party had a platform. Seven We are authorized to announce WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate tor the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. General Primary August 7, 1915. We are authorlzet CARL M. TAYLOR, of to announce Mall Order Department. Owensboro, Ky. P. R. Lancaster & Co., Owensboro, Ky. Gentlemen: Enclosed find $ , for which send me, express prepaid, qts.; gals. Old Quality 1 Star. Name Express Office Postofflco Cut Oiit and Mall Now. Lancaster & Co. YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION BRINGS YOU Great Complete Novels. 75 Short G 60 Timely Articles. Stories. Striking Poems. 200 Pages o? Humor. Llpplncott's la enjoying a big reThousands ol vival ot popularity. new readers have been addojd to ita the paa subscription list during tew monthB, and Its circulation to Increasing rapidly. Prentiss pre- cinct, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk ot Ohio County. General Primary Saturday, August 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce NDREW THORPE.of McHenry a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County. General Primary election August 7, 1915. We aro authorized to announce S. P. McKINNEY, of Beaver Dam, as a candidate for the nomination for Circuit Court Clerk, subject to tho action of the Democrats of Ohio county, at the General Primary election, August 7, 1.915, HOW TO REDUCE OVER 63 YEARS' EXPERIENCE THE for BT COST OF Send GOOD READING To-da- y iSfSEE Anyone sornltng a rketrh and description roi? quickly nKvruni Mir opinion frig vlieilier uu luftimoti Is urobDtlr MiiiiM. foruniurilra. tlnnsktrictlrroMUilciitlul. HANDBOOK onl'aieute patents. sent free. OLll uiteiiry fur Tatuus ttkcii tiiruusli ilmm & Co. melts Uppincott's "Little Book of Bargains" New Edition Trade Marks Designs Copyrights 4c. 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Ky an mall attr stood that there Is to be united acClfcM, inlshed only by those who havo made tion this year in Kentucky. visited the place Two Ways of Promoting Business J'"""fe8 r ' C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor In mi Georgia of tho accused. ,of The Associate Editor I'lenn for Frank Pour ALLISON BARNETT, public officials of Ohio county neither Governor. Interests and the Welfare Of e buy liquors from blind tigers nor May 17. Threo Atlanta. Ga to Address all communication American People. qucnt them. Hence evidence neces- thousand letters, many from public ITi Hartford Republican. i?ary to convict the offenders must be officials asking that the sentence of furnished by others than the public death Imposed upon Leo M. Frank There Is no doubt as to the Im- - officials, NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS be commuted to life Imprisonment, the great and wide- d Can this be done? I am nbucribern dooltlnit th jmj.T fnit to n t.f by Gov. Slaton. provement were received movement-r- of business In OUR,ly convinced that It can. Any drfn mnt Rive the old intdnva In mnklnp of similar appeals The total number is the United States during the past four individual who has a well founded BntlDr" I.ocnli" ntnl Nutlet 10c lr lite and 1c now In the hands of the Governor months. inMllloiml per line for estimated at 75,000. ielof'hat liquors are being sold In This has been brought nbout by , his community and who has sufficient ObltnnrU. nmidatlunn mul Curd ol Th ml f Prominent men who have Interper lln. money In ndvuine. desire to suppress the illicit traffic ceded by mall for Frank In tho last the labor of our agriculturists. Church Notice lor eervlee free, lint other with his nclgh- per line. few days Include Myron T. Herrlck, favorable climatic conditions In 1914 'therein to adrertlfemi-ntebsrch nud by the immense yields of food bors nml the public officials can prowill receive no former Ambassador to Franco; Phil ADon.Tiuone communlcntlon ttentlon duce the evidence necessary to conander C. Knox, of Pennsylvania, for- products In that year. It has been allied greatly through vict the offenders and eventually mer Secretary of State; Frank P. advantages of the. facilities proTSliBPKOIIEO. of Intoxicants ,123 Walsh, chairman of the Federal Com-I. the for business men 'by the Fed- suppress the sale If you are Interest-in Cxaa.bexla..i ....... ..... vided that community. Relations; F. mission on Industrial STaunsaeza 2JwtAStl Hartford Republican. ly Invited WWQWCivroCJarDrarnrarvarvr a mul a aim uvjd fre-th- HatsandCaps in Men's and Boys' STRAW and FUR HATS will prove very interesting to Our showings to-da- y -- thor-sprea- eit.-- - . .V- - FRIDAY, MAY 21. It Is remarkable the number thrashings Russia can take. Delano, of the FederalReserve Board; Senators Borah, Thomas, Newlands and Reed; Governors Brumbaugh, of Pennsylvania; Ferris, of Michigan; of Hall, of Louisiana, and Mayor Rolph, of San Francisco. If we actually go to war, what about a war tax? It Is already on us. the President run. Governor McCcrary has endorsed whether we fight or This Is a good year for our European tourists to admire the beauties of America. In her Intercourse Our country! irjtb foreign nations may she always be right; but our country, "right or wrong." No neutral nation Is wearing a placard Inscribed "please kick me." Results would indicate as much however. who can tell all the different kind of taxes he pays is an expert Government matheA citizen off-ha- matician. ' . ., "China is sick and Japan is the doctor," declares a Japanese Statesman. "Why not let the patient choose bif own doctor. It ought not take our new Farm Demonstrator long to demonstrate to the farmers that it does not pay to grow tobacco. ' Justice Hughes has earned the everlasting good will of tKe by declaring that he will not run for the Presidency. -- Demo-crate Looks like the Democrats made a mistake last year in trying to exterminate the Bull Moose. In other words they accomplished too much dJH too soon, of roads in Ohio County on which to spend the State aid money some attention should be given the roads building toward us from other counties. " j In the';selection " The cost of living has not been reduced, but the chance to earn a dollar has been reduced more than 60 per cent, under the present administration, while taxes are higher and extravagance increased. Should A. O. Stanley receive the Democratic nomination for Governor be can make good his, after the Indianapolis election thieves trial, declaration, that he 'has always been opposed to election fruds," by issuing a warning to the Louisville Democratic machine. A prominent Ohio county citizen stated a few days ago that the marketed poultry crop of Ohio county, this year, far exceeded the tobacco crop in financial returns. Is this not a good hint to our farmers? These chickens go direct to the New York market and there is no end to the market. Which can you raise easiest, chickens or tobacco? The Hawesvllle Press Is a new Ree. publican paper Just started at It is a well gotten up, weekly newspaper, under management of McAdams and Gregory. This makes the second Republican newspaper Haw-eevill- started in this judicial district within the past two months. The other being the Owensboro Sun. We wish the Press all the prosperity possible. The State call for the Republican Convention, to be held at Lexington June 15th, is published in this issue. Under the provisions of this call a mass convention is to be held at the court house in Hartford Saturday, June' 2, at 12:30 p. m., to select 33 delegates to represent Ohio county It Is furin the .State Convention. ther provided that all those who voted with the Republicans in the 1908 Presidential election, those who have elnce become voters or any who may desire to act with that party now, re elliglble to take part In the County Conventions and are cordial X eral reserve bank system. ed to tho extent Indicated come to The people realize now that they see me. It don't do any good to nro In control of the monetary sup- write letters to me or other officials, plies of the republic to an extent fo which you are not willing to sign heretofore denied them, and, being your name. now endowed by legislation with I am thoroughly Imbued with the such control, they will never relin- idea of suppressing this illicit trafquish it. fic in intoxicating liquors in this Rap- - Ky. State Militia. The Improvement has been also county and have written and pubS. army officers who reThe U. promoted by the unexampled demand lished these lines In the hope that cently Inspected the Kentucky Naforeign countries for tho products those who can, If they will, furnish severe criticism of tional Guard offer of our lands, for the output of our the evidence upon which convictions in their report Just made public. s. mines, our mills, our shops, our sufficiently to entirely eradicate the Lack of armory facilities, absence blind tiger business from the borfrom drill and enrollment below the These purchases were most wel ders of our county, will be constrainmany companminimum strength of come, but they were forced by the ed to do so. ies arc noted among the chief faults. wants and needs of those foreign C. E. SMITH, Better Instruction in care and use of countries, not made in order to pro- county Attorney Ohio County, Ken- the rifle in particular Instances and duce good times here, tucky. Instructions to recruiting officers for There are two means of mnking war are mentioned while the whole still better times in the United Black .Minorca. from J. D. Russell's organization is reported fair. States; two ways of promoting the In- best matings. Eggs, from pen 1, The first regiment is severely terests of business men and also those $1.25 per 15. Pen 2, $1.00. White scored and three companies aro put the great majority of our popula- Wyandottes from L. E. Whitsltt's on probation for one year for In- of tion. and Mrs. Tom Hayden's best blood. efficiency in drill, care of arms and There are two legislative acts that Eggs $1.00 per 15. Castrating and attendance. Co; L. of that regiment administration shouldhasTelTainr other Veternary Surgery carefully is especially mentioned as being the the which the President should call the performed. L. T. BARNARD, worst in all three regiments. Congress together to pass. R. F. D. 4, Hartford. Ky. 36tf The third regiment gets by with The war tax levy should be reless criticism than any although pealed at once. Appreciates The Republican. some defects in this organization are The revenues of tho government Hartford, Ky., R. 6, May 17, 1915. pointed out. should be increased by an immediate Knowing Editors Republican: Co. H. the Hartford boys, is menrevision of the Tariff. you to be intelligent, patriotic, protioned as "good" in all points which Justice to the people ot the Unit- gressive men, who, according to the should be very gratifying to Capt. ed States demands that both be lights before you, ever stand for the DeWeese and Lieutenant Shown who best that is in our present form of have given much time to bring it up done. The interests of the Democratic society and in Republican governto the standard. party, which has always opposed di- ment, I here express my praiso of rect taxation and always stood for a 'Don't Let the Republicans Know It.' Tariff for revenue, are now and in you and your paper, The Hartford The South is in favor of Demo- these instances peculiarly in line with Republican, which, most excellent, crats at Washington revising the great majority of the people of the publican, which, most excellently, counsels wisdom and Justice In govTariff back to Protection for United country. ernment, and always deftnds free States industries, but It insists on a The dislocations of the unexpected speech, free press and free conscience flag being' attached to the revision European war reduced the revenues without which our boasted Amerito" Inform tho people that 'this is and induced the administration to can Institutions would perish under done with the explicit understanding favor an odious war tax. the assaults of bigotry, Intolerance that it shall not be allowed by you The situation Is clearly defined. You and your paand persecution. to injure the prospects of the The administration should free the Democracy in the national election of country from the tax and the party per, in consistency and fairness to 1916." In some respects that is fair, and itself from the odium of that all that Is just and right in our laws and constitutions, state and federal, for the Democrats naturally hato to measure. must, In accordance with your conlose next time. They are good felThis can be done by a Democratic ceptions and convictions of social lows at home and it hurts them to Congress framing a Tariff law to propolitical justice, accord-t- o be nice and quiet, so they want the duce the revenues the country needs. equity and every one his right of freedom of offices. Here is the whole story in Business men will rejoice and ap- expression on all problems which the Birmingham (Ala.) prove these two measures. concern life, society and government. a Democratic newspaper published Democratic leaders and DemocratBelieving The Republican by Its where Congressman Underwood lives ic voters and the Democratic party granting free discussion to all, merand whence he is soon to hail as a will be strengthened by such acits praise and approval from SocialUnited States Senator, but to retain tion. ists, I most earnestly beg all my Free-Trad- e bill: the glory of his Their political opponents will be comrades The G4th Congress will be wise If forced to cry "amen" to these two Riihsprlhn of the social revolution to fnr Tim Hnrlfnnl Rnnnli- it revises the Tariff and if It does It propositions even If they pull wry,,, Youpg f(jr SocIallsm and The in such a way as to give just and faces when doing so, Hartford Republican, proper relief and at the same time It is a duty the administration W. H. CUNDIFF. not afford to the Republicans an op- owes to the people of the country e high first, the business of the country secportunity to make, their Notice. Tariff slogan tell in the next cam- ond, and to tho party third, to reTho stockholders and Directors paign. vise tho Tariff to produce revenue of the Cromwell Deposit Bank of If it shall be possible that the Re- and to destroy the war tax. CincinCromwell, Ohio County, Ky.,havlng publicans can sing better in the at- nati Enquirer (Dem.). by proper resolutions determined to Promosphere of a Democratic and go out of business and llqultatc, tective Tariff, for "proper relief," Notice. notice Is hereby given that all deIncluding country, the then this Anybody wanting to buy a Monu positors and creditors of said bank South, must not havo that relief ment or a tombstone, write or call will be paid In full through the which It so much needs. That Is mo. Phone 2 on 1. Beaver Dam Deposit Bank of Beaver the Southern Democracy, the most LESLIE WHITE, agent. Dam, Ky., and distribution to stockwonderful of the world. It howls Bafzctown, Ky. holders will be made at once through Democratic "Give us relief from same bank. 42t4 Free-Tradbut don't let the Repub Barred Rocks. CROMWELL DEPOSIT BANK. licans know it.' Worchester (Mass.) bought from the esI have Just By J. J. Stewart, President. Telegram. tate of J. P. Foster 12 fine barred By Delmer Stewart.Cashier. rock hens and the rooster that cost A Protectionist Argument. him $25; also one fine rooster from A Good Word for Thomas. How amusing It Is to And Demo Pope & Pope that I put in the pen Esquire A. S. Aull, a former well Free-Trad- e papers point- with the 12 hens and I havo penned cratic and ing out how the war in Europe will, the Foster rooster with my barred known citizen and influential Repubcounty, but now by checking imports, stimulate Amer- rock hens. I now havo three fine lican leader ot Ohio druggist of Auburn, a prosperous day-ol- d ican industries to supply the home pens. Eggs 15 for $1.00; market and operate to diversify pro chicks 15c each. Goshen and New Ky., writes letter expressing his confidence and good wll to his old friend duction, thus making the country in York rooster in pen No. 3. John H. Thomas, candidate for State a high degree industrially self-su- p 4 it J. C. ILER, Hartford. Senator: porting. Auburn, Ky., May 8, 1915. With OUcers Why, that substantially, Is the People Must . Hon. John H. Thomas, Tigers Are Suppressed. argument which the Protectionist If Blind Dear Sir & Friend. It gives me Free-Trad- e wiseacres havo been floutIt has como 'to my attention Hickory (N. C.) through the medium of anoqymouB much pleasure to see your name aning for years! letters that at least a few citizens In nounced as a candidate for State I cencerely hope that you some parts of the County have a suf- Senator. ficient desire to put down the illicit will be elected and I believe you A Square Deal. When the Jury in a Western court traffic in Intoxicating liquors to crit- will be. Your district is Republican and found the accused guilty ot the crime icise the public officials of the Counalleged prevalence If you get the nomination you will charged, the prisoner rose in the ty because ot the In be alright. I hope you haven't and blind-tiger- s ot dock and dramatically exclaimed: much opposition and I will be happy respective communities. "May heaven strike me dead if I those The statute making it unlawful to see you get the nomination. am guilty!" If you should make a trip through The Judge waited a few minutes to sell and furnish Intoxicating liquors In local option territory can be this part of the moral vineyard be and then said: "Prisoner at the bar, since Provl- - enforced only as other penal statutes sure to make your arrangements denco has not seen fit to Interfere, are enforced; by the production ot to stop off and see us. Sincerely Your Friend, the sentence of the court will now bo evidence sufficient to satisfy a jury adv. A. S. Aull. that tbe accused Is guilty. Such ev- pronounced." fac-troleI i Age-Heral- d, old-time, te Times-Mercury. boot-leggers 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, $3and$4. line of everyday straws in Amalagas, Peanuts and Mexicans. All sizes and shapes, A big priced at 10c, 15c, 25c. Ymrrheadgeaicnbewell" taken care of at this Store. c. r. Ddinci a diu. , D&AV&K 1JAM, A I. $ $ s&rororossM$surosro$t 1 JM 1 Will Install at Absolute Cost S 5 1 j 8- The first bath room for which I am given contract, provided Bame is made within the next month. If in need of other build- ing material see me. 8 PAUL WOODWARD, - Contractor 9 J I WHAT 1 CENT WILL DO! J A postal costing one cent, might save you some good money on Building material this year, by bringing to you our prices on any- thing you muy need In this line. Let us uoto you our price on Lum- ber, Builders Hardware, Roofing, either Metal, Felt or Shingles, Paints or Wire Fence. We will quote you price Freight paid to your railroad Station. Write for prices. FORDSVILLE Joke WIlMOn, PLANING MILL COMPANY Incorporated J Mgr. FORDSVILLE, KY. LIVELY AS A KITTEN NEW JEWELRY STORE Prices to suit the tinies. All kinds of repair work given prompt and careful Good Feed makes your stock lively as a kitten. THE BEST FEED is to be Those who follow market quotations on Oats, Hay, Corn, etc., and note our figures, will find we make low prices. In Ohio county attention. In Ament's obtainable found here. old stand, aoross street from Barnes Bros. Give me a call. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. R. W. KING, Expert Jeweler and Optician, W. E. ELLIS 4 BRO. The Produce Merchants KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, Beaver Dam, Ky. V t . ,.'' WE ARE PREPARED We Miss Iter, of Owcnsboro Is tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Dennett, t Miss Wlnnlo Slmnicnnnn will homo Wednesday from Nnsh-vlll- o where she hiis been In school. I Br-rl- vo TRANSFERS GOLD TO ENGLAND France Deposits Cash To are prepared now to show you a splenbid line of new Wash materials in Sheer Quality, plain White or Fancy fabric, that are so much in demand. These goods are very popular for your commencement dresses or midsummer wear. If interested call or write us and we will submit I ri vi0 J vTf mfvT i !1 Mr. B. II. Kills, of tho firm of W. E. EIIIr & Ilro., Ib expected homo where from New Vork ho went with a car load of poultry for Ills firm. Mr. .1. C. lllley, Col. T. J. Smith and Esq. J. II. I'atton attended tho Masonic lodge meeting at Hell's Hun last Saturday afternoon They are old members of that lodge. KKKI' (OOu liuy yiiu? Ico from They O'llaunon & Co., Hartford. Your will deliver Ico every day. patronage solicited. 'Phone your 45t4 orders to Homo '1'hone O'J. Mrs. Napier and daughter, Miss Kener will leave Saturday for Rus- where they will attend tho ( scllvillo commencement exercises of Logan College. They will he accompalncd home by Miss Key Napier. Unusual cool weather marked tho present week In many parts of the country. In this locality there was frost In certain places enough to stain sweet potato vines. This Is almost unprecedented for tho middle of May. A monument to Sovereign Forest Chlnn will be unveiled at Heaver Dam next Sunday by the Woodmen of the World. State Manager, J. H. Brewer, of Louisville, will be present and requests all Woodmen to meet him on that occasion. Hon. Thomas S. Rhea, candidate for the Democratic nomination of State Auditor, was here Friday and Saturday of last week in the interest of his race. Mr. Rhea is a Logan county man, a near neighbor, and has many warm supporters In Ohio county. It is thought ho will receive a large majority in the primary In this county. The examining trial in the ca?o of the Com'th. vs. S. B. Brookins, charged with cutting and wounding with intent to kill, was held before The deJudge Wilson last Friday. fendant was held to answer to tho next grand Jury. His bond was fixed at $250. Falling to give bond the defendant was remanded to jail to await the action of the grand Jury. No Old Stuff Here! Reliable Ketchup, Olives, Salad Dressing, Oils and things of that sort In bottled form are offered from fijcsh stock. the We do our ordering from wholesaler In a way that keeps old stuff off our shelves. This Is Important. ILER & BLACK. Pay Debts Due United States. Now York, May 17. Local bankers conversant with the credit arrangement existing between the British y conand French governments firmed the report that tho Bank of France had transferred a large amount of gold to London, pursuant to tho ugrcement entered Into some months ago between treasury officials of tho two countries. Accounts vary ns to tho sums nlready shipped across the channel, but it is believed that the entire amount to be sent to London from Paris will approximate 500,000,000 francs or about to-da$100,-000,000. LiWPlliH NEW MILLINERY Every Week. A Smart Waltt and Skirt Front and Back Fine assortment of Slip- arming the " niodelt made (or the . pers in Patent, Gun Metal, Black or Canvas. Late style Hosiery in Pure Silk or Silk Lisle in all the new shades, including the popular Palm Beach. McCall patterns carried in stock and courteous salesladies to aid you in your selections. These are our inducements. Call and see us and c'8r:hIIS-6.V.,"K,rfi&,j '- -- remember-that , It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. -- fffifg3 Darin, LouisMr. and Mrr. A.-.ville were in town yesterday. Messrs. J. II. Thomas, R. M. Narrows, were here yesterday. Kuy-kcndo- ll, This money will be used to defray purchases already made in England 'and this country for the French Government, chiefly of war supplies, although it is said that foodstuffs also enter Into the account. So far as seems to be known here, London bankers disbursed large sums for France early l.i h,- current year, with the understanding that the Bank of France would later remit gold. Shipments of the goM, accord'ng to tcports received here vere tnaJe from Paris to Boulogne and Bordeaux, where Brlth'u warships! took on the precious metal. The transfer was conducted with grei care and secrecy, because of the possibility .tSint the ships might bo captured or dctlrnyed by the enpv. . j Receipt of this gold in London has already figured tenatlvely in the re- ports of the Bank of England, but could not be placed to the actual credit of that Institution until landed on British soil, as was the case with gold received in Canada and South Africa. It is probable that the next statement of the Bank of England will disclose to what extent the shipment of the French gold has been accomplished. I If of women all lovely things them appear. more lovely than wearing delightful things made of white love to wear, nothing make,s that lovely materials. our and fea.st your your pur-se "thing-- in white," both made j? in bolt; are delightful. come, eve-- upon them. too plenteoujly filled when'you come in; our pricej on white be GOOD nor need S ARE LOW FOR OUR UP-QUAL- ITY. CARSON & CO.; INCORPORATED. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MAY Ii., H. & No. 115 No. 114 No. 112 V Committee Called. The members of the Ohio County Republican Executive Committee are hereby called to meet at the court house in Hartford, Ky., at 10 o'clock a. m Saturday, June 12, for the transaction of Important business. .p. .QTXO C. MARTIN, Ch'.m,'n. RAMEY E. DUKE, Sec'y. May 18, 1915. 45t4 CASH PRICES. Best quality Mixed Paint, any color, $1.40 per gallon. Pure Lead 8c per pound. Pure Linseed Oil 70c per gallon. All kinds building Material very low. Shingles $3.25 Extra per 1,000. Sewing MaAlso 39 second-han- d chines, some good as new, from $1 to $10.00 each. HARTFORD MILL CO. Star-A-Star Hartford, Kentucky. I ' dk I w i 21. No. Ill ST. I R. R. TIME TAULK. due nt Etlmitch S: 20 a. m. due at Ellmltch 6: 15 P m 3 40 P m Lv. Ellmltch Ar. Irvlngton . 3 40 P m Lv. Irvlngton . 5 4C P m Ar. Louisville . 7 40 P m Lv. Louisville . 8 35 a ni Ar. Irvlngton . .10 OG a. m Lv. Irvington .10: 40 a. m. . l: 04 a. m Ar. Ellmltch Mr. John York Hartford No. 1. called to see us while in town yes- terday. Mrs. Hannah Park, Red Hill, Ky., was the guest of her sister Mrs. J. A. Park, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Flener, Cromwell, are attending the Commencement Exercises this week. Mr. and"Mrs7"lLTrCollins and Mrs. S. K. Cox were the guests of friends In Owensboro last week. Mrs. Paul Woodward spent the week-en- d with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Barnes of near Beaver Dam. Ice. We are in tho Game to stay. Customers holding Ice tickets get Preferred service. HOOVER BROS. Mr. Aiuos Carsonr of "the Hub Clothing Co., went to Louisville last Sunday on the excursion train over the M. II. & E. Mr. George W. York, Central City, Mr. was here on business yesterday. York is collected with the Central City Marble Works. Mr. K. "cr"NaplerScottsvillo, arrived In Hartford last Saturday and will' be the guest of his brother, Rev. B. W.i Napier, for some time. Everything In the chicken line. Little Grit and Charcoal Chicken Feed and Drinking Fountains. ILER & DLACK. For lower prices on Farm and Poultry Fencing and Barbed Wire, ACTON BROS., call on Hartford, Ky. 40tf of Pocketfiookbn8treet8 Lost. M., If. & E. R. 11. Tl.MK TABLE Smith nnunil. No. 115 8:45 a m. Due at Hartford North Dound, No. Ill G:L5 p m, Due at Hartford (Doth "Mixed Trains.) Wire cloth at Swan Hats. S. L. King's. CO. HUD CLOTHING Mrs. Adelia Tracy Dead. Mrs. Adelia A. Tracy, Widow of the late D. F. Tracy, died very suddenly at the residence of her son, Ernest H. Tracy, 501 West L. street, Louisville, Ky., last Sunday afternoon. Her son Ernest, who is employed as clerk of the L. H. St. L. Railway Co., on returning home found his mother dead on the kitch en floor. Coroner Ellis Duncan was called and said death resulted from heart failure, probably an hour beShe was alone at the house fore. when she suffered the attack. The deceased was brought to Hartford Monday and her remains were Interred In Oakwood cemetery by the side of her husband and son, who preceded her several years. The only surviving son, Ernest, has the deepest sympathy of all In this his sad bereavement. Will Serve Cream. The ladles of the M. E. Church, South, section 2, will serve Ice cream In the basement of their new church next Friday evening from 5 to 11 Everybody cordially Invito'clock. ed. Proceeds to go for benefit of the church. Owensboro Auto Line. that I have a splendid auto-bu- s now makes four trips a week to Owensboro and return, on Monday's, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Safe licensed chauffuer in charge. and light Will carry passengers Goodby, Old Top! For hat style and .hat value this store is your best bet, gentlemen. Manhattan Shirts. See our All-Wo- ol HUD CLOTHING CO. SuitB. HUD CLOTHING CO. The Missel cTarkandDuko spent Sunday in Louisville. Mr. uniPMrsT" James Nanco left Thursday for Owensboro. For Ble-- A good'work" mule. U. S. CARSON, Grocer. 37tt OrnRRetfShoes and"" Slippers. v HUD CLOTHING 1, was among CO. Mr. H.'crMedcalfr'Fordsvlllo R. Court of Inquiry. County Judge John B. Wilson and County Attorney Smith have been holding a continuous Court of Inquiry this week In an effort to develop the places and names of persons engaged in the sale of liquor around Hartford. About fifty persons In all walks of life have submitted to Inquiry. No startling developments have been made so far, although enough evidence has been adduced upon which to base several prosecutions. However, for the most part, tho witnesses are of tho "know nothing" class. The court will be continued from day to day until everybody Is given an opportunity to tell what he may know. The Judge and Atorney are both sincere and anxious to vlndlcateMhe law in all directions and they plead for public aid and sympathy, which should be theirs without the asking. We're right up to the minute in hats and everything else we handle. Make us back this statement up. Come and let us put a new kelly on you. HARTFORD KY. cers left for Owensboro, where they will arrange the camp grounds for the Brigade Encampment to be held there beginning the middle of July. our callers Wednes- day. ,Mra. S.wA7Anderson, of Louisville spent the week end with relatives here. ding will arrive Miss NoTa-WedCentral City last of this home from week. Wire Cloth.any width from 24 to s40 inches, black and galvanized, at freight. 44t4 Announcement. Russellville, Ky., May 19. Mrs. J. A. Lewis announces the engage ment and approaching marriage of her daughter, Carrlo Chapel), to Bernard Reeves Bretney. The wedding wll take place Wednesday, June 16, at the Methodist Church In this city. Miss Lewis Is the daughter of Rev. Lewis, many years the pastor of the Hartford Methodist Church, and has a host of friends here. Special Meeting O. E. S. Hartford Chapter No. 84, O. E. 8., will meet Monday afternoon, May 24, at 3 o'clock. Special work. All members are urged to attend, especially the Points of the Star. MRS. ANNIE BARNETT, W. M. Hartford last Saturday, containing paper money. Return to this office 40tf for description and reward. Ice. 10 per cent, discount on Ice tickets. We are In the business to stay. Ico delivered every day at the rate of 50cts per hundred lb, rain or shine. Wo can furnish you Daybreak Corn and Tobacco Grower Fertilizer at reasonable prices. ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. 40tf The Hancock county Fiscal court State on the recommendation Engineer, has decided to use the State aid which will be drawn for that county In building a pike toward Hartford, beginning at of-th- Engagement R. T. COLLINS. (S..L. King's. Rev. 0.'M7Shultz and'famlly, are the guests of relatives here this week. Llv-rmo- it X Mrs. DrTMcKiney and children of McHenry are the guests of Mr. J. f. Sanderfur and family.. Fot.iilhTirade Pennsylvania Coal Oil, call on or 'phone O. T. O'BANNON, Hartford, Ky. 4Ct4 fLost. On streets o- Hartford, frame spectacles. tmlr sold rim i.hinrni reward for return. E. M. WOODWARD. Villa's Brother Shot. What kind of cereal do you eat El Paso, Tex., Max 17. Gen. Anfor breakfast? We are sure to car- tonio Villa, a minor commander and ry It. ILER & BLACK. a brother of the Northern leader, was shot through the head and prob' ably Rifle Range for Co. II. fatally wounded, and seven men Capt. Easton Gibson, U. S. Army, . were killed, among them some Villa Maj. Thomas W. Woodyard and 1st officers, as the result 'of a political Lieut. John L. Terry of the Ky. Guard dispute in a public place at Chihuawere In Hartford Monday for the hua City last night, according to repurpose of constructing a rifle range ports reaching here today. for Co. II. the local military organl-- 1 An official report today stated that zatlon. The drill for this week was the troops of Gen. Obfegon had failchanged to Monday night in order ed to turn the flank of the Villa pothat Capt. Gibson, who is assigned sition at Leon by a movement from to the state for this year as Inspector the east, this movement being checkInstructor, might make a causal In ed after three-dayfighting. spection of the company. LJeut Shown had only a brief time In Duroc Pigs For Sale. which to notify tho members of the Duroc pigs of the very best breedchange In drill dates, however, a large percentage of the membership ing now ready for delivery. Price, reported for drill and acquitted $10. Pedigree furnished. themselves creditably. After finish- 44t3 BARRETT BROS. ing their work here the visiting offl- Route 3, Beaver Dam, Ky. s' Hungry? Buy Here! TheHinge Door Silo lit $ TW Civts SatkfactiM Has the quality construction that pe kept closed all the time andi prevent mage neezing in winter, drying in sum1 mer. The safe, easy climbing: ladder all steel door frame and many more big features. Get our offer on a Lansing Silo or on the Silb&r-tab- n saves work and time. Doors can ' Silage Cutter. GHWI Light Running" THE SUPPLY CO. Owcnsborg. Kj jPUiTmPi The Republican f 1.00 per Year. 'lbi vrcro often Involved and complicated iff. After years .f struggle the promany of thff importers have under Of AMERICAN tectionists tcr r. time nt le.fji had valued tho cost of their products and. M..I .I.aU fir.., tn tlirt oCti,111 wlilrll ,usl ,,M" "t,,k '"' " "' often have made carefully prepared In city where food hoteli Law abound, th Powhatan heads U far n8 has proved so wdlou tded upon tar-lik- e tariff measures appear-s- o The prolcciUc HARTFORD, KY. Is concerned- - tlonnl nccpi'y of enforcement It U"firitiif thi'nurti of lt wave which i. .'started to .oil our countrymen. tho tax laws of our states, where Mifre. W. il. l)urn. and C. a. S1 now had run policy In Smith aiinounoo Uint Uwy luve ifwui-- a "tax dodging" and undervaluation national its course. The w ivomcnt toward parUuffahli) for tiiiu tueral pracnotorious features. act of 1828. protection haJ ljsf. Its vigor, and tt So it was with tho tice of law, vzc iiit criminal and tllvor years protectionist. English merchants especially lost no was not to J" until scvsral casus, Mr. Smith bedug County Attor-Uv- y Being a protectionist, Lincoln, with advantago of later that t'ao protective principle opportunity to tako Is jrn utitotl from practcliv; oucV was to '. brought prominently other protectionists, based his belief cii.isMi. Mr. UtU'tHt; will individually the custom officials of this country again and from a cause remov- upon the very theory of tho effect of In In undervaluing their products and to tho frout Offices accej-- t Midi practloa ed from tint )t direct benefit of our protection which Is expressed In this wares. These minimum scale was Hartford Kepubllunu building, llort- The Towhatan is rcfincJ, simple sentence that has been used elusive, and restful lit excel found to he one of the weakest fea- manufacturer1?. i ford, It" lent location en Pennsylvania After the passage of tho act of with such effect that Prof. Taussig tures of the act. A loophole was Avenue, 18th and II btrccts, prospcrty generated has been digging around trying to of makes it a desirable headquarfurnished the importers to evade the 1S33 the tide ters (or liridal couples, tourist imne, iiutriN wwiKvritATro.s country on for disprove its Llncolulan origin. parties, conventions. Schools and payment of vast sums to this govern--tnen- t. in 1828 carried the llnrllonl, Ky. (.luniwrll, Ky lollegcs. . need for This illustration, whether or not It was made to dis- several years. Perhaps the Little effort The Powhatan the attracts STRATT0N & MARTIN mer- a very high rate of tariff had passed may properly be attributed to Abrapeople ot culture and education. guise the Intent. European Its prnximity to State, War and laughed at for the time bning.For the change of ham Lincoln, was merely n clear Attornoys ut Law Navy Departments, also to many chants and manufacturers an agricultural to n way of setting forth n truth which toints cl hutorical interest, the custom officials, and pointed out the country from CROMWELL, - KY. makes this hotel especially atcommunity now had Lincoln expounded in other ways tractive to a ducriminating pub the section of the act of 1S2S which manufacturing successfully effected. Will practice their profession in tbi-- ' lie. again and again. For Lincoln made the importer's valuation tho been safely and and djolulng counties. Collectiout.r-Commercia- l The Powhatan effera rooms to thrive was not only a protectionist, but, Manufactories continued with detached bath at SI. 50, basis of the tariff duties. and Criminal Practice 32.00 and up. Rooms with pri$100 Reward, $100 Protectionists however, were not under the slightly lowered duties. as he declared In his first announce.Specialty. Prompt and vigorous) vate bath, $2.50. S3. CO and up. The readers of this paper will be dement that Robert G. Ingcrsoll gave pleased to learn that there Is at least one They saw the danger which be- But it is a significant fact that Idle. Write lor booklet with msp, sen Ice- - Notary in office. disease science has been set what otherwise was an excellent spite the lowering of duties in 1832 the first currency to the Illustration dreaded cure In allthat stages, nnd that Is CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Its able to pro.Manager. Is Hall's Catarrh attributed to Lincoln, In a speech Catarrh. cure now known eurothe the only law and set about soon after and 1833 the tariff remained a tariff positive to medical which appears in the authorized ver- fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional the passing of the law to remedy tho tective tariff. requires a constitutional treatOr i)iiuiiii)itiniT77rri''tniUuL'0i sion of Ingersoll's works, published disease, Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Indefects. Part of these were abolishment. to Chamberlain's Liniment. ternally, acting directly upon the blood by the Dresden publishing Company ed in the revision of 1830. After and mucous surfaces of the system, thereesThis preparation is intended by destroying the foundation of the disof Xew York, ns follows: year the movement to secure that strength by ease, and giving "'". inAUL.MHIinn pivw llj ixKiimi 'Lincoln quit the farm went down building up tho the patient nnd assisting the elimination of what properly pecially for rheumatism, lame back, httrfHiiiUir. r iiu It, it i, ubuiin TATCNf It is a the Ohio and Mississippi as a hand nature In doing constitutionThe proprietors Tho most economical, cleansing and Its work. were called "abominations" in the sprains and like ailments. THAT PA. MTr1.t ILrm IliuruUtfU, at o have so much faith In Its curntixe pow. .,..'. .mi ... y .vw mj .uivil, germicidal of all antiseptics is act of 1828 became stronger and it favorite with people who are well on a flat boat afterwards clerked in ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars hnd inM. iliotucntrtch for FRCC rrjwt splendid quali- a country store them In partnership for nny case that It falls to cure. Send en tnllilll(r J Jtan BUfl- proved irresistable in Congress in acquainted with its for list of testimonials. passing nircr cNcca. iirrrMuuu -- sf-. Addreea: F. J. C1IENEV A CO. Toledo. O. ties. Mrs. Charles Tanner, Wabash, with another bought the store fail1832. by all Druggists 75c. Sold 1 Ind., says of it, "I have found Cham- ed. Nothing left but a few debts -Snvnrnth Stront, Take Hall's Family nils for constipation. Under the revision probably the berlain's Liniment tho best thing for learned the art of surveying made outstanding feature was the com- I have ever about half a living and paid soiue- A soluble Antiseptic Powder to pletc" abolish iiient of tltw mtnimum- - lamo back and sprains a charm and thlng on the debts read law adBystem. Woolen goods continued to used. It works like be dmclvcd in water as needed H 3f pain and soreness. It has mitted to the bar tried n few small be the chief subject of consideration relieves Asa medicinal antiseptic for douches been used by others of my family cases nominated for the legislature In treating catarrh, Inflammation or in the revision of the tariff and it Wedding myself for upwards of and made a speech. This speech was ulceration of cose, throat, and that was to the duties of manufactured as well as twenty years." 25 and 50 cent bot- In favor of a tariff, not only for revcaused by feminine ills It has no equal. woolen goods that the minimum sysFor ten years th Lydia E. Pluhhnm enue, but to encourage American tem had proved most obnoxious. tles. For sale by All Dealers. Medicine Co. has recommenced Paxtlno manufacturers and to protect AmeriCongress abolished the minimum and In their private correspondence with Sidelines Pay. The National Weekly can workingmen. Lincoln knew then .replaced it with a simple ad valorem women, proves FLORIST Women which have its superiority. The manner in which the people of as well as we do now that everything duty of 50 per cent. Troubles of the who been cured say It is "worth its weight In gold." At custom officials In dealing with im- the Southwest are giving attention to to the limits of the possible, that Masonic Temple the small things on the farm is sig- Americans. He knew the great men druggists. 50c. largo box, or by mall. porters of woolen goods had arisen UltallMA n It the first The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Until this )tar OWENSBORO. KY. to a great extent out of the dollar nificant. of means in profitable place and great women are the best things Cofirr'a been that some the most side that a nation can produce the finest minimum. Goods worth $1.25 and sold at $5.50. Now lines in farming which have been bad crop a country can possibly raise. 41.50 were invoiced to bring the the price ii $2.50 SAKS "To invent, to manufacture, to andneliacecutrd value to $1. By doing this the im- ly neglected in recent years are to be Gfelo Couaty aconccsslon whereporters escaped the next minimum of made a part of the system. Gardens, take advantage of the forces of naby e can otfer it truck patches, Iambs, calves, colts ture this requires thought, talent, raluatfon of $2.50. Circuit Court T. P. Blrkhoud, at a mil further and poultry are now receiving more genius. This develops the brain and Judge; Ben D. Hiugo, Attorney; But it must be said that all of the reduction In conP Mldliiff. Jailer; E. 0. Barrass, nection wit' this gives wings to the Imagination. troubles arising out of the act of attention than for many years. Clerk; E. E. Blrkhead, Master ComBy raising such crops and animals publication. t 1828 did not have their origin in the "It Is better for Americans to purmissioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee depravity of the foreign exporting as have ben mentioned the teams chase from Americans, even if the Special Offer to Our Reader Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff. Succeed vhen everything else fails. JUMiees. The high tide of feeling to and hands are given employment at things purchased cost more. Deputies S. A. Bratcher; Hartford. 2 In nervous prostration and female Kccocnuine the treat demand (or Cttlitt'i times when work could not be done office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown aii ward protection had in some part weaknesses they ore ihe supreme "If we purchase a ton of steel rails the new price, we hae made arrangement l'vir Ullmoro Keown. Court convenes first filer it anil our own publication rich onriyear I allyed by the national prosper- in general crops. The pigs, calves, from England for twenty dollars, then J remedy, as thousands have testified. been (or he nce ol CoOwr'aalone. Ihtl i a limited Monday in and uiTeraml mult be taken ad vantage of pHmpil. FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND three weeks;February Monday continues ity and there was a laxative of en- colts and lambs cost very little and we have the rails and England the third in April, STOMACH TROUBLE two weeks; third Monday In Uctobor, forcement, then, as many times since, even consume much that would be money. But if we buy a ton of steel What Yo Get m Collier', k ia the best medicine ever told two weeks. flp the part pf the custom officials wasted. These animals bring In rails from an American, then Ameriover a qrucgists counter. County Court John B. Wlleon, cash at times when the field crop is ca has both the rails and CMtr't ! the one bis. independent, fearlo. i f wtio, strangely enough, often the money. weekly ol the wfcle country. Nolonl) irixtffri Judge; W. C. Blankenship, Clerk; -" not salable. The pigs may be raised good citiren'i handbook but it it alra Jost no time In tho Protectionists are satisfied to know C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. manarine (or the whole Umil. Among the for pork and bacon, the colts for that Lincoln bgiieved In protection as lost not time In the eras-Jp- s linnet that a ear'a aub.cription ciwt tiet Court convsncB first Mondae in each month. of the abominations from our teams, and the lumhtt and calves for i policy essential lo the welfare of 1O0O Editorial. YOU Quarterly Court Begins on the 600 N.w. Pboto book of tariff laws. Probably one tbe menu the American people. The authentic2SO Short Article first Monday in every month. ' aV ssssb The various truck crops may be ity of any particular quotation from ISO Short Slorlt. of the most unreasonable features Court of Calms Convenes first 100 llluitrat.d Foaturrt 2 CompleU NoteU- Tuesday in January and first Tuesot tbe act of 1828 was the provision used op the family table, the sur- hlnj on this subject is therefore of day in October. Bail far mJj plus sold or canned and saved for no very great importance. Collier's $2.50 Ulily Of $40 8 tOil lljlOll h&hlpY 5 Other County Officers C. S. Mox-lofuture use. The poultry uutl eggs, 4 'i'his speedily Was reduced to $40 A Surveyor, rorUsville, Ky., It. addition tt) furnishing the best of Treatment F. D. No. 2; Tom Hincs. Assessor, Hartford Republican Whooping Cough. ton. Importations of heriip incrpased in rajk 1 mBm. sisiBBBBBBiBf foods for Ihte table and thus saving UfFAK 'Olaton, Ky.; Ozna ShulU, Superln-iu- i Well everyone knows the effect under this more reasonable duty, and tendent. Hartford: Dr. A. B. llllcv. the coil Vif meats, bring in consider Of Pine Forest on Coughs. Dr. Bell's competition fostered by domestic T. II. Beuton, LUNGS Or Coroner, Hartford; able revenue during most of the Is a remedy which llni.l ii,rn..i Beveral years of progress under a year. Poultry and eggs are marketjustices' courts. CONSUMPTION brings quick relief for "Whooping prohibitory duty was stirred. Thu prices and most of the Pnnirli InnrjMio 1ii- miinnna cArttfina Ti able at aft- Shown, uuot-wyou mention iL '. i...v ...v-- o, the price was bent down and agricul- Income fair you i er Ed. Moiiday Hartford, Tuesday imspaperwcwiiisena ii 3d in March, Tuesday at from this source (s clear wuu"" and luncs a bottle FREE, bv mail a ouick relief for tbe linlne of the throat tural America benefited. Manufacture of hempen articles in this coun- profit as the cost of the production and makes the coughln spells less I? M M insignificant. on farms With severe. A family with crowlnc chil- - I" day after 3d Monday In December, . try had reached a stage where a enough cows is produce u- u: (.uuztUiiiULJUiL to a few pounds dren should not bo without It. Keep luiiir . Ij. A. McDaniel, Rockport, Friday -i. rA(it,Kns reduction from a prohibitory protCCK BOX 616 tat atyle, tlnuillc!tran4 after 3d Monday In March, Friday K Celebrated nearly 40 perfect fit,bold in nearl of butter for market every week in It handy for all Coughs and Colds. OHIO MEDICAL CO. reliability COLUMBUS, 0. jean, tective duty to a more "reasonable" after 3d Monjday in June, Friday ery city and town in Hie United Sutei and addition to the supply needed for 2Cc. at your Druggist. 2 by direct. More nld than dutv did not effect a demoralization. after 3d Monday In September, T Canada, or mike.mailSend use the income is increased any other lor tree oUlogue. e Friday after 3d Monday in DePig and bar iron on which there home rMcCALiS MAGAZINE the available cash made useTlieTlirice-a-Wee- k Edition cember. Conflicting Prosperity HepoitN. More lulltrrihr. Iltin .nw nfrta. r..!!... was such an excesstvo rate In 1828, and S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday magazine million a month. Invaluable. I.aU now received the same duty as they ful. The fact that there Is a decided cit atylei. patterns, drctsmakinir, millinery, after 3d Monday in March,, WedWhen this system of management plain tcwing.Ianry necdlcwoik.iiairdreiilni;, Of The New York World nesday after 3d Monday In June, possessed in 1824. Other articles etiquette, Holies, etc. Only W centi a crops may difference of opinion regarding evi Wednesday after 3d Morfday In Sepupon which It was generally admit- is practiced, the general year twjrth double), including a free pattern. returning prosperity Is be cultivated with tho cash from tho dences of u.uuiwt wuj, vi .cm jur wmii.a copy. tember, Wednesday after 3d Mon ted "abominable" duties wero chargsome Interesting WONDEBFUE. INDUCEMENTS day In December. various sidelines, and when harvest made the text of J I ed under the law of 1828 were reWashington cor- Practically a Daily at The Price of a toAccnti. I'ottal brlnga premium catalogue R. C. Tlchctnor. Centertown, I comes the grower is independent to comment by the andaewcathprlteorTera, Addreta duced. Wool alono remained suburday after 3rd respondent of the New York Journal Weekly. Xo other Newspaper in each OS McCAU. CO, XM to UlM7tfc SL, HIW TttM stantially the same. A competitive sell or hold as he desires. The homo of Commerce. Reports received at month. in the World Gives so Much Is thus provided with food for fuduty of four cents a pound was namWlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday use, the stock have feed and the capital, outside of those which at bo Low a Price. ed for raw wool. Cheap wool costing ture alter 2d Monday in March, TuesJay are presented by tho agents of the there are no credit accounts to pay. after 2d Monday in May, Tueaday less than eight cents a pound was department, do not agree as to prosafter 3d Monday in August, Tuesand CURE LUNCS admited free under the revision of lUiCMmatiVm Yields Quickly perous conditions. We should think The year 1914 has been the most day after 2d Monday In November. to 1832. Wedthey would not agree. The Govern- extraordinary in the history of modW. S. Dean, Dundee, Sloan's. nesday after tho second Monday In WJ.T.H Treasure brought to bear by the You can't prevent an attack of ment agents went out with Instruc- ern times. It has witnessed the out- March, Wednesday after 'M Monday free traders upon the tariff acts of Rheumatism from coming on, but tions to find prosperity. They rein May, Wednesday after 3d Monday 1828 was great. Naturally they you can stop it almost immediately. ported having found it, and the coun- break of the great European war, In August, Wednesday after 2d y , were elated when they succeeded In Sloan's Liniment gently applied to try was forthwith assured by tho a struggle so titanic that it makes in November. Ben F. Rice, Fondsvlile, Tueadqy 1832 In reducing tho duties to a the sore joint or muscle penetrates Secretary of Commerce and tho all others look small. auer 2a Aionuay in juatcu, Tiiurftvi point where they had been eight in a few minutes to the inflamed Comptroller of the currency that riot, oftm. Oil lAn,lnv tn Ufi.tr 1t.iiio?S: You live in momentous times, and AND ALL THROAT AMD LUMP TROUBLES. years before. For, in effect, the re- spot that causes the pain. It soothes prosperity had returned. But reyou should not miss any of the tre- day after 2d Monday In August, Thursduy alter 2d Monday In Noports are now current in Washington vision of 1832 brought tho tariff atTABAHTEED SATI8FA0XOKXI the hot, tender, swollen feeling, and occurring. vember. OK aOHSf .REFUNDED. 80 far as protection was concerned In a very short time brings a relict which prove that tho prosperity pic- mendous events that are Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftpractically where it had been in that Is almost unbelievable until you ture was greatly overpalnted; that No other newspaper will Inform you er 2d Monday in March, Friday after 1824. experience it. Get a bottle of Sloan's while in some lines ot production with the promptness and cheapness 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d Protectionists saw Immediately af Liniment for 25c. of any Druggist and business European war orders of tho Thrlce-a-Weo- k edition of tho Monday in AtiguBtj?rlday after 2d ter the passage of the much belittled and have it in tho house against have helped to improve conditions, Now York World. Moreover, a year's Monday in November. POLICE COURT. act of 182S that there had been cer-- j Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lum-tai- n in many other lines thero have been subscription to it will take you far O.HARTFORD Judgo; McDowell A. C. Murtln, Improvements, especially provisions Injected by tho free bago, Sciatica and like ailments, no marked into our next Presidential campaign. Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, PROCURED AtirneFr.NDED.'kl"lnudl. I Court convenes scconkl Montrade sympathizers which prevented Your money"" backlt'liot' satisfied, in merchandising, whero the decreasWorld's regu- Marshal; each month. lW '... .u l.nM ,n .Jilitln tiMl. nt.. triirlu l.unkrL I The Thrice-A-Wee- k day in , but It does give almost instant ro- - ed average volume ot sales still M I LL COUNTRIES. tbem despite the apparent prosper-lar subscription price is only $1.00 City Council J. C. Her. Major; n. EitiiKtu dirtttvu Wn,luglim taut timf.M shows tho effect of greatly curtailed per year, and this pays for 150 pa. ity which followed passugo of the lief. I ml nf'M tL tiltmmt T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, purchasing as the result of lost em- pers. We offer this unequaled newsIt So they fitsr.tind liulngtmtnt Pnctlci Exclusively. net from advocating Members of Council J. C. Bn-uet- t. WrU, or cosur W ut at ployment and ihYhner and fewer pay paper Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate, I'll UlbUi Strict, but C&1U1 SUtw TaUct Oflce, I attempted In 1832 to so lower tho Osteopathy. and W. H. Gillespie, W. H. Barnes, q. M. WrJBIKNCTON. O. C. "abominable" duties as to Dr. G. B. Dockery, whosa office Is envelopes. Confirmation ot this Is THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Crowe. put the law Into shape where pro- - at Beaver DanVwJtnio in Hartford found In Bradstreet's of May S, as Hartford Board Education J. 11. together for one year for $1.05. .every Monday, Wednesday and Frl- - follows: tectlonlsts could stand upon it. B. Carson. Ch'm'n.; C. M. Bnrnett, The regular, subscription price ot Sec.; E. W. Ford, Treas.; R. T. ColApril failures as reported to Brad- But the free traders were not to bo. day of each week and will treat pa- lins, J. D. Duke. 37tf street's Journal numbered 1,091, u the two papers Is $2.00. thwarted in their fight for tl fur- - lleuts at their homes. thcr production of tho tariff hy thrso Short Story of the Tariff. Quick;, tho History of tariff revision In tho offortB of protectionists. element shown conclusively leaders of the free trade United States has Hi Concresn scented the slight ncr- that system In which tho honesty of elon which was arising against pio tho importer Is solely relied upon ns generally and d'd not heal a fcasls for valuation la doomod to tectlon tako advantago of It. In July tato to Generally speaking, tho failure: attempts to cvado the pay- of 1833 they passed a compromisel, as Its object tho firad-uaof tho full amount of tho dutt s bill which has ment yet steady, reduction of the tarOpenly or through schemes vb rli A er Lincoln Protectionist. tTho Dresden publishing Company of Now York, has sent to many newspapers of the country nn account of tho labors of Prof. P. Taussig, of Harvard to prove that Abraham Liu- coin never said: "When wo buy goods abroad, we get the goods, and thu foreigner getts tho money: and when we buy the goods made at homo wo keep both tho goods and the money." Why nil this anxiety about tho origin of tills statement? It's truth is undented and undeniable. It's wisdom Is worthy of Abraham Lincoln. Even Professor Taussig will scarcely deny that Abraham Lincoln was a , 1 1 decrease of 10 per cent from March, but an Increase of 38 per cent over April n year ago, and to this extent tho largest total ever recorded In April. Liabilities aggregated $34,-- 1 029,104, and Incrcaso of 12 per cent over March and nearly double what they wero In April a year ago. For four months of tho calender year failures wero 43 per cent moro mini- crous ,1,al1 ' U1. while liabilities iro 40 per cent lnrger A 38 per cent Increase over tho failure of tho same month last year, the largest total ever recorded for April, and with liabilities nearly doublo what they were In April 191 i; failures in tho first four months of 1915 moro numerous by 43 per ceut .ban tlie same four mouths of 1914, and liabilities 40 per cent larger all fills shows there Is good reason for difference. of opinion regarding tho return of prosperity. The fnct Is that the business of the country Is still suffering from Free-Trad- e depression and stagnation. You may lead a horse to water, but you cannot make him drink. Neither can you bring back prosperity by falsely asserting that prosperity has come back. Prosperity will come bnck when It Is given n chance to come back. That will be when Protection has come hack. J ' ' nmsm .WASHINGTON HOTEL 3rProXoisiioiaaJi Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. Will praotlce hiw profession (n lM and Adjoining uounrjea. ComnmrateJ Specialty. and Criminal Practice " . D.C. 1 Barnes & Smith Attorneys at t saw jriiCiAL TO WOMEN mib a &4M44 V&s 03-801- ForBsMior Plants Decorations. Funeral Designs. Etc.. sec TAPSCOTT, Collier.'s h.-- .s Colli&s in Clubs First Time j Electric Bitters Directory " favor-Congre- ss eras-Congre- ss 2MM WILL TAKE OUR FREES y, $2.50 "&, t'n.l. i 0..- ,;egaSS5gS 'V "ZSTt 'j I act-nt- ay KILL the COUCH Ming's Inn-da- New Discovery F0RC8s;gi,8iai. Cvlf.t-liU.ltO- !!': I WHY DOG'S NOSE IS COLD GOOD AND EVIL IN EXERCISE JBjjpPlill;LltiA.vll.1,J,j,t;ji'jji!p Being Crowded CASTORIA For HI ap5ggip?3g The Infanta and Children. Kind You HUtfVL Out of the Ark It a Stair Climbing, Done In the Proper Pretty Story, but Not Sclence't Way, May Be Beneficial or May Explanation. Be Made Injurious. It Always Helps tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use CarcM, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would Give Have ESS1 1N ALCOIIflf i nni ',..,'.'.- '-JJ:I '" r.n I, ANcgclnWcIWtiionlbrAi sinirainiSiacnMifaniRnfiih llngllieSiomtlis andUmtiiscf Always Bought Bears the Signature of JOY nl Kail av sasW.TjLi irrhrTil in n ,i ncnptiT ypmni.Moriiiunc norMiKMl. s El BSoii i Promotes iii'Mtl lniH-- 4 Ksum iOT NARCOTIC InjVlJr f JfoirtfOfJDrSL'CZUmxa yttut&nt Sill W F fW fA f Ml- 2ol -) Sjatr limirrmi tljnr. Anrrfir I Rcnudv fr.r Cossltu I Ion . Sour StonucIUMsrrivx, Vorms,ConTj!.-,ioiis.rfi"n:- ,i hj ( Jrv In Use For Over ncss and Loss or San.'. FacS'ureli Signature of SSSfg o NEW YORK. Thirty Years When your faithful old dog pokes his noso Into your hand, even your affection cannot prevent a little shiver, bccauBo tho noso Is so cold. Why Is It? When the body ot a dog is bo warm, why should this ono spot be different from all the rest of him? The old fable tells us that when Noah tried to not nil tho animals Into tho ark somo of them wcro troublesome, and ho had to get a dog to help him drive them in. Hccati3o of this tho dog was the last to enter tho ark. There was no room left, so he had to Btnnil In tho doorway with his noso outside In the wet, and It has never been warm slnco. Science Rives quite another explanation of the matter. Tho coldness of a dog's nose is, It says, due to tho fact that it must bo kept moist all the time In order to sharpen his sense of smell. And, of course, as tho moisture Is evaporating all tho time, It keeps his nose cold. A.dog depends a great deal on his powers of smell, especially In tho wild state, nnd It Is because of his keenness of scent that he Is valuable to man for hunting purposes. In addition to the olfactory or smelling nerves Inside n dog's nostrils, tho whole black membrane around tho nose Is very sensitive, but this can only bo retained by moisture. Thus It is that when a dog's noso is dry and warm ho is 111 and needs doctoring. sensl-llvcncs- -i Climbing stairs always has been thought to be very Injurious to a woman, vet In many cases, If It Is rightly done, It may be of real benefit and gradually strengthen the heart and shoulders instead of doing actually the roverse. Mount the stairs slowly with tho body erect, the head and chest high, and allow the leg muscles to do the work. Try this for a week, Instead of tho old way of bending tho back and depressing tho chest, and seo how It Improves tho general carriage. A physical culture exercise that I? unrivaled for giving one an erect and graceful carriage, straightening the shoulders and making them is level as those of a West Point cadet Is done by tills same stair climbing, only In this case, with the arms hanging at full length, the hands should be clasped behind th bock, with the fingers Interlaced and tho hands turned as nearly back to back as possible. Then, standing very erect, mount the stairs slowly, and before half the ascont is made every cell In the lungs will have been expanded many times. These exercises are excellent for anyone whose heart is in good condition, but when this organ Is in a diseased state it Is well to avoid stair climbing whenever possible. SCAR MARKS says Mrs. Syhranfa Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's CARDUI Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's ionic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ut a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always docs me good." The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! isi mi m vmi sat mj isu ... isj im ij ti wi ti j EVERY FACE itiaraittccd trndcrtkroou'-y-l Exact Copy of Wrapper. Iil la tmc otfiTtun i iSiilil ncw Ten city. NOT AN IMPRESSIVE MONARCH Napoleon III, In Appearance, Left Much to Be Desired, According to John Hay. Mysterious Affliction That Is Common to All the Inhabitants of Bagdad. An uncanny, pernicious pest called the "dote boll" scars the face of every human born in Bagdad, writes a correspondent of the National Geographic Magazine. Children Invariably havo this dreadful sore on their faces Throughout the middle east this mysterious scourge is known by various names "Bouton d'Alep," "Nile sore," "Delhi button," etc. Its cause and Its cure are unknown. First a faint red spot appears, growing larger and running a course often eighteen months long White men from foreign lands have lived years In Arabia, only to have this boll appear ujion their return to civilization, wherp Its presencu Is embarrassing and hard to explain. Maybe it was "date boils" that Job had! Once a British consul at Aleppo lost almost his whole nose from one of these boils. Nearly every Bagdad native you meet has this "date mark" on his face. wK&SSi( Great 'i.:valsME4asP' eoMr. Stare k Pianos inAdvnnce Snilnfao (ion Ciunr No Money LovrenlNet ybbbbbbbbbbbbV' f ateed i Pries Knnieiit TerniM A Saving Fa ot ory sino S200 to of P. A. STANCK From Poo (ory Direct We Trill Rlllll 10U n beautiful Slnrrk I'lnnn fur -- I) ,1.ivb r.. Irlnl In vnnr hnme. No cash paymrnt required. All we auk Is that you will play uion. use Jnd test tlili piano for 39 day. If, at tho end of that time, you do not tlnd It the iiiKiicai Kruno, nweeiew loneu ana nnesi piano in ctery way, mat you liae ever een for the money, you tiro at jmrfect llbcr y to send It bad:, and wo will. In that event, pay the both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, or there Is no sale. imp uirrci 10 rou ironi our isciory, u rrif tlut sste you upwards ot 1150 00 in the np 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL &'.& Short and stocky, ho moves with a queer, sidelong gait, like a gouty crab; a man so wooden looking that jou would expect his voice to come rasping out liko a watchman's rattle. A complexion like crude tallow marked for death, wlienever death wants him to be taken some time In half an hour, or left, neglected by tho skeleton king, for years, perhaps, If properly coddled. The mustache and imperial which the world knows, but ragged and bristly, concealing the mouth entirely. Is moving a little nervously as the lips twitch. Eyes sleepily watchful furtive, stealthy, rather Ignoble, like servants looking out of dirty windows and saying "nobody at home," and lying as they say It. And withal a wonderful phlegm. He stands there as still and impassive as if carved In oak for a ship's figurehead. He looks not unlike ono of tboso rude, inartistic statues. His legs are too short, his body too long. Ho never looks well but on a throne or on a hrso, as kings ought. From the Diary ef John Hay. Edited by W. R. Thajer for Harper's Magazine. It Was a Mouse. SSSB full cf lifs .and nct!on. filled vith thf fire of fine inspiration and followed I by 250 short stories of adventure, 1 will make i IfieYOUTiTS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone intnenome. i nere is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current hsues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION let us send you Three Current Issues Savi $150.00 or Mtri Easy Paymants Ton pay no os!i (loan, but after 30 dayi trial, joti ran Ixtrln payment on the low. rt, railott tenm ever aui;Mted hy a piano manufacturer. These trnns are arranged to ult jour convenience, and It la pwble for on to buy a pVino fjr your home, without . . nll"e th- - money. Of there's anything that will make a woman throw good resolutions to the If wind quicker than she made them, it Is a mouse. A young woman arrived at one of the New York hotels and cux oi jour piano, Ruaramre to urniw cxi Utter piano tor tlie money than you on coir tlscwtirre. You ire asuirnl of rrculnir ntLfaclory avert toned durable lilgli grade piano. Everr BUrck Piano it ruiranterd for IS yean. Elm inaiantrt bi Met aiarea at PlayK-Han- ot it our 35 jrrsr of piano and the reputation ot nn ol J Mtablliticd, mponiiLIe piano bouse. a 50 Frtt Mui! LlSIMS To Mcry purchaser of Stuck Pianos, we jive free muiio Irasons, In one ot the best Inown Khools la Chlcaeo. The) Jotunt you ran take In your own home, by tnalL Thla repreientl one ycar'i free Instruction. and Tond hand planoi of all ctandard makes taken in ex climes for new Starck Piano and Player-Piano- . The following are a few uaiple bnrgilnit Wefcer $110.00 !!? uoinlM- TVe hae nn.tantly - it on hind IiithU '"I Stclnway Starck Chickering Kimball 9200 9003 93.00 195.00 anil snot tiurl-fu- l flayer riano on (Ha market. You uilt be with the many features of these wonderful ImtrumcnU, and will lie plnseil with the very low prlcei at which wry can be aecureJ. tb Btarck l'la) erl'tanoj Irfir tr Piano Semi Send (or our latest complete second band bargain Hit. 1'. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1313 Stank Bid., CHICAGO for our new beautifully ill jstrated piano look which sires you a large amount of Information resartlins pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. tojay leak Fraa FARE $322 fe-D- AILY wnr Tr lartreit siSiii& T3 -- ia?s. fo BETWEEN CLEVEI AND & bofore retiring at night she decided to straighten up the things in the close; of her room. She was singing over her work and was doing nicely until she discovered two shining little beads la one corner and decided there must be a lost hatpin there. So she reached out to take It. What her hand met was soft and covered with hair. It was a mouse. Tho yell that emanated from that room convinced everybody tangoing several floors above that cruel murder was afoot, and there won a scramble to the hallways. The youni: woman finally succeeded in opeulny tho door of her room and Informed the gathering crowd what a narrow escape she bad from annihilation. Now there Is a standing reward of $5 for the head of that mouse detached from the rest ot the mause. It it over appears again, there's no telling what may happen. The Likeliest One. Tho lata Admiral Malian, at the FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year The Unity of Life. request, Thereyls nothing, I think, that not 12. '- ' Those who subscribe now, sending $2 brings home to one more conclusively for the S2 issues of THE COMPANION Mors good reading than you will the unity of life, and therefore the for 1915, will receive, The Companion get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. unity ot knowledge of that life, than magazines. the attempt to study any particular SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE subject by Itself and confine yourself to It alone. You find very soon that THK HARTFORD REPUBLICAN A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH you cannot do so. No aspect of life ONK YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. can be separated from the 'rest and understood even in any smalt degree without some knowledge of the rest of lite. No part of life stands alone. Every phenomenon of life is the result, not of one or two causes alone, but of the Interaction of Innumerable causes. To get near the understanding of only one item you must be able $1.3 to estimate more or less truly all the The Republican and Louisville Herald forces thai make life, and the objecGlobe-Democr- at 1.76 tive of life. As with the eddy ot a The Reptblican and St. Louis river, to estimate It you must know 1.50 not merely the eddy, but much also The Republican and Home and Farm of the river, its volume and its speed, 1.7& the density ot Its waters, the configu- The Republican and ration of its banks and its general 3.60 direction. The observation of tho The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald eddy only would lead you into the 3.50 The .republican una uauy uwensDoro inquirer wildest fallacies. The Atlantic. OUR CLUBBING RATES. BUFFALO be- BKEES Slerpuii aoMmmods-"CIT- Tho Great Ship J. Tlari'leert itatiirs ncrvvrN s n FVF.LANil Datlir. Mav 1st to Dec 1st . K?ivuS?a.r"SEEANDBES" a I rvwt eostlr steamer on uny laUn J water ot th worM. 3 OP ESIZ" - 3r.:?aC. "QTY Or DUFFALO" BUFFALO points. I MAvA...a,J1v'"tU:,, Tta'Uani 1 iut.-- liu'aV, nro ?e"lG"t"wn CVTlilj rni tr II, l.mo. STd Xr tratsjorution oi J- ttoanwrs. Aak vU C. yoa1 ULt airu.1t I ae sriarnadt-urtorihaGreat I iSltiuai.liitu-t.tw-nl,- J ileuut f t r rn'iirwl a emta ta cover poetatM cad ciaUaar. AiiaaJ I tf! tlfl-et- a mlCanilUi Railnad tick-"- a for .nr 'ki pletirlal eid drsjnptlvs bona't f re .oTt-cbtc- I ,LAf(D U JUl'i'ALO TftANaiV CO.. Cleveland. Oh'.o a- - ginning of tho war, was arguing with a lady at a luncheon about the British navy. "But m dear madam," said the admiral, "It is hard to argue with you because you are so er, uardon me so Ignorant. "You remind we of the young wife who said to her brother about her volunteer husband: just wonderful? Jack "'Isn't Think he's already been promoted to field marshal. "'From private to field marshal in two months? Impossible,' said the brother. "'Did I say field marshal?" murmured tho young wife. 'Well, perI know It's haps It's one or the other.' "New York Tribune. court-martial. as In Olden Times. In eastern Palestine and Arabia are to be found the most picturesque race In the East, those strange, nomadic tribes, the Bedouins. Their mode ot life has not greatly changed since Biblical times, and' today they steal cattle and camels, and their joung men steal wives, as was their wont in Old Testament days. Indeed, the purloining of cattle and camels Is considered lawtul among them, and the more a tribe or an individual can enrich himself In this manner the more their prowess comes to be recognized, These people, however, who live by thieving and move by stealth, are inva-rlbl- y tiospltallty itself to the stranger within their gates. Live The The The The The Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.73 and Kentucky Farmer...' 175 and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. e. moss Ithos. Decorator Plasterer. Contractor. and Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can me on fgive any reference desired, metall Hartford, Hartford at Ky. Co., 'phone, or addreBsr aiavaiaA ' Logic of the Loaded. "Who goes' there?" the sentry challenged. "Lord Roberts," answered the tipsy -- recruit. '"Asln.Jthe sentry put the question, and received' llke.answer, whereupon ho knocked the offentto?.. down, When the latter came to, the s'ergiiant was bending over him. "See here,w3fljd T the sergeant, "why didn't you answer right when the sentry challenged you?" "Holy St. Patrick!" replied the recruit, "it he'd do that to Lord Roberts, what would he do to a plain Mike Flanagan?" Boston Transcript. Didn't Get the Idea. A missionary from China gave an Impromptu lecture on the subject ot NOT the country and the work being done SOLD there, before an audience of Sunday school youngsters and believed he bad UNDER ANY thoroughly impressed the children with the idea of idolatry. To test OTHER NAME. them be put the question: "Children, if you were to go into a Chinese place ot worship what WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. would you seo there that you would If you purchase the NEW HOME you wilt not see in any place of worship In this have a llfo asset at the price you pay, and wlU country?" not have an endless chain of repairs. With one voice the entire class UsJESaHSlsMsssWssWtsfe yelled, "Chinese!" Quality NEW THE SEWING MA OF QUALITY. ;iNK USE LIV-VER-L- AX HOME Considered For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Feolrrlfrht all tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking- calomel keeps yor when pleasant Lin- - Vr-La- x on your feet, whllorelioving your trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleansea system and relieves constipation. A statural remedy, natural in its actions, tmro pffect and certain in results. It Ver-La- x will won't be ori) Iwfam completely displace caora;t la evert home. Children can take it freely and with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness and sissa ture of L. K. Grtesby. For salo by Hartford. Ky. Flowers In Potatoes. I want to tell the readers of your paper how to send flowers to friends during the winter, wrltea a contribu-toV'to- " Angeles Express. I .some take very small "p'6tatt)ei,-b- or. holes In them, and Insert about two" stems to a potato,. Rosea and orange blossoms can to sent very nicely in this way and will keep their fragrance as well as freauuess. rho-J.nit.. i4t k is the Cheapest in the end to buy. !' If you wunt a tewlnc machine, write for or latest catalogue before you purchase. The New Home Sewing Micbira Co., Ora.a, Miss. For pains In tho tuick good U Dr. Miles' Antl-ral- n Plus. rnes rarttt "S Kentucky Rural Credit Association GOVERNOR JAMES E3. McCREARY, President 5 Per Cent Money. & i Long Time Loans. The Organizers can be Found at Their Headquarters Saturday in Hartford Next Door to Post Office. Come in and See Them. C. M. DERR PLENTY DIVERSIONS FOR THE SON, WAR Organizers. 1 ports that Sunday much activity. KtiKlanil. A EDITORS To Kentucky Press Association Week of June 7. Meet At Olympian Springs All phases of newspaper making with plentiful diversion are Included in the program for the midsummer meeting of the Kentucky Press Association, to be held at Olympian Springs the week of June 7. Editors and publishers from all parts of the State wll present papers on technical subjects; connected-tfitthe game wnmany questions of social and civic better'iatra&.,will be discussed. The Complete ' program for the week, completed at a meeting of the committee in charge, held at The Is as Scelbach, as announced follows: MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 7. 3 O'clock Arrive at hotel. Lunch. Informal reception. TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 8. 9 O'clock Call to order by President James R. Lemon, Mayfield Messenger. Address of welcome. Response by B. F. Forgey, Ashland Independent. Reading of the minutes by Secretary J. Curtis Alcock, Jeffersontown Jei'.'ersonian. Annual address of the president. Report of the secretary-treasure- r. Report of the Executive Committee and election of new members. 10:30 O'clock Reading, Miss Frances Friel. Ashland, graduate Borton School of Oratory., 11 O'clock "Mechanical End of a Newspaper," rpund table, led by " t'itrtes, R. Nelson, Winchester Demto-da- y, ocrat. ... WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 9 9 O'clock "The Mission of a Newspaper," H. A. Sommers, News. 9:30 O'clock "The Ideal Country Paper," J. M. Allen, Cynthlana Democrat. 10 O'clock "Progress in Mountains," Elraln Elani, Jaskson Times. 10:30 O'clock "Getting the News for a Daily Paper," Jack Sallee, Coar-ic- r Eliza-bethto- Journal. O'clock "The Evil of Price Cutting." Bruce Miller Paris 11 11,: 30 O'clock "State Supervision of Roads Built with State Aid." round table, led by Robert J. Jr., Louisville Times. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 10. 9 O' clock "Things Women Like Miss to Read In a Newspaper," Louise Uabbage, Cloverport News. 9:30 O'clock "Snap Shots at the Kentucky Press Gang," Col. Loving W. Gaines, Todd County Progress. 10 O'clock "What Good Roads and Night Schools Have Done Toward Stamplug Out Illiteracy," Congressman W. J. Fields, Olive Hill, Ky. O'clock "The Business 10:30 End of a Newspaper," C. S. Clark, Western Newspaper Uulon. 11 O'clock "How to Get Circulation," round table, led by William Henry Jones, Glasgow Republican. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 11. 9 O'clock Aunual election of offe, clock "Mountain George Moore, London Mountain Echo. 10:30 O'clock "The Kentucky Press," Col. E. Polk Johnson, of Louisville. The programme Committee consists of Woodson May, R. J. P. M. Thomason, B. F. Forgey Mc-Bry- icers. 10 O' News-papcrdom- ," homeward bound Monday. Zeppelin, returning from n raid on United States. No word has been England, was attacked as It Old Union Agricultural League. received from Ambassador Gerard the Belgian coast. The big bng I had the honor Saturday night of as to th'e attitude of the German Gov- reported to Irn e been damai;- , is being the guest of The Old Union 'ernment toward the American note. the Austrian frontier. Agricultural Community League at It is stated that official Washington ed. Ren-froOld Union school house near 'attaches much significance to Intlma-itlon- s arRussia. The Austro-GermaItaly. The strain or waiting for and was so favorably Impressfrom sources friendly to Gerdefinite news of Italy's Intentions mies In the cast continue their massed with the system and order of the many that the latter country may against tho Russians, who League that I want to call attention offer to suspend attacks upon mer- with regard to the war has been ed attacks of the farmers everywhere to the chant ships while the United States somewhat relieved by the statement are attempting to form a new line good work It is doing, and to sug- renews Its Informal proposals for that nothing further Is to be done behind tho River San. These atgest that they might with pleasure .passage of foodstuffs to Germany's until Parliament meets next Thurs- tacks havo met with greatest success similar Com- civilian population. It is Indicated day. Meantime special trains are north of Przcmysl, where the Gerand profit organize munity Leagues in every dlsctrict in by dispatches that the situation has reported to be in readiness to take mans have crossed the river and occupied Sicniawa. the county. progressed to the point where the the Germans and Austrians AmbasThe The purpose of this League as United States would not be satis-- , sadors out of the country. The Dardanelles. The Allies set out in the preamble to the con- fled with any conditional acquies German press is plainly gloomy over Is to promote have silenced the Turkish forts at the situation. stitution and cence in the American proposition. . Killd Bahr on tho European side of Bociallblllty and the study of agriThe fall of Naga culture and to encourage plant Joao Chagas, the new the Dardanelles. Portugal. France. The Southern end of the growth and stock raising.- - MemberPresident of the Portuguese Cabinet, fort Is said to be imminent. British line, which extends from ship is confined to the school disabove Ypres in Flanders to below La was shot four times by Senator Frei-ta"Why Fear Death?" men, women and children trict, but who in turn was killed by gendBasse, Joining the French front north Stundlng on the deck of the Lusl- over a given age are eligible to Join It. Chagas died later of his of Arras, has been engaged In heavy armes. tanla when it was evident the big The League meets .twice a month fighting and the British troops have, wounds. Reports from Madrid say and its work consists of carrying out according to official statements from that fighting had broken out afresh ship was about to sink with its disabled lifeboats, Charles Frohman, a varied program which was an- both British and French War oft-- , in Lisbon and that warships are the famous dramatic producer, turnnounced at the last previous meet- ces, gained marked successes against bombarding tho city. ed to a fellow passenger also of the ing. Music and recitations by the the Germans, whose line has "been I stage, and said: "Why fear death? younger folks add interest to the Wednesday,. broken over the greater part of a It is the most beautiful adventure Is the two-mil- e meetings, but chief business Italy. The next few day&,. If not front. Farther north' at reeding of papers and practical talks Steenstraete the Belgian allies have hours, will it Is believed find Italy re- In life." It is easy to give utterance to that on seeding cultivating and harvest- checked several German counter at- nouncing her old allies of the Triple sentiment, and to be wholly sining crops. The farm work being tacks and have held previous gains, Alliance and Joining the Triple Endone at the time Is gone over at the notwithstanding the most violent ef- tente Powers as a belligerent. At tho cere In it white comfortably seated before a library fire, in the enjoymeeting and each farmer makes a fort of the Germans to win back the same timo some change is expected ment of health and prosperity and talk on some farm topic In which all 'position. in tho Government of Great Britain. surrounded by congenial friends of are Just at the time interested, and. It Is reported that the Teutonic Am- a poetical and philosophical bent. in this way every one profits by the Russia. In the East the Rus- bassadors at Rome have demanded It Is easy to write that sentence In a experience of everyone else. sians are preparing for their stand their passports. magazine or newspaper article and After observing the social and on the River San. Heavy ' for tho writer to believe It fully. practical benefits to be derived from Germany. The German Imperial But to say It when death suddenly are believed to have reached such an organization I feel like urg- ,that section and the retreat of the Chancellor, In a speech In the Reichand unexpectedly appears and becking the farmers of other sections of i Russian army, which was character- stag, outlined the offers that have ons for the surrender of life that is the county to form a school district ized by severe rear guard action, la been made to Italy as tho price of rich with the fullness of bodily and patterned after thl3 one at Old Un- thought to be ended, temporarily her continued neutrality, and while mental vigor, notable achievements ion. he said he had not entirely given up accomplished and abundant opporat least. hope that peace would bo maintained tunity for the doing of even greater Mr. Cicero Crowder, tq whose originality and energy the organizaItaly. The situation has taken on among the powers of the Triple Al- - and better things, Is vastly differtion and successful operation of the a more definite aspect, as Premier jllancc, he left no impression on the ent. League Is largely due, would be glad Salandra and his war Cabinet have minds of his hearers that the end of For most men and women of to advlao and...wputId probably attend returned to power. The popular ex jthe alliance, so far as Italy is con sound body and mind fear death. and assist at the organization: ot.tjxe citement which was aroused by the cerned, is far off. To those borne down by sorrow, farmers Into a community League in resignation of Salandra has subsided misfortune, wrong, ill health, or the England. Lord Kitchener, the Impotence of old age, death often Is most any school district In the coun- In a large measure, and the people ty. Mr. Crowder or Mr. E. F. Llles, are awaiting decisive action, which War Minister again warned the pub- 'welcome as an angel of deliverance, the live secretary of this League, possibly may be taken before the lic that great sacrifices already had but for those whose days bring would, I think, upon request fur- convening of Parliament on May 20. been made and that greater ones nothing worse than the ordinary nish any farmers Interested a copy Italy Is reported to have 1,700,000 would be enacted. He made an ap- i buffets of the world, it looms In of the constitution and under soldiers ready for war It war should peal for 300,000 more recruits. He prospect In the form of a terrible, which their own organization has come. There are reports of clashes attached the greatest Importance to relentless reaper. Christians though grown In numbers and Interest since between Austrian and Italian troops the use by Germans of asphyxiating they may be, with a full belief In gases. "Our troops," said Lord on the frontier. it was organized six months ago. their Immortality and a higher, betKitchener, "must be adequately pro- ter existence beyond tho grave, they These Leagues, If others are orPortugal. The success of the rev- tected by the employment of similar yet dread death and fear It. ganized, wll remain separate and distinct from each other. The pur- olutionists In Lisbon has been an- methods." Charles Frohman was not a pose Is for community nounced and the new Government 'christian his belief was founded Austria. The Austrians contlnuo upon that out of which Christianity benefit. No admission fee Is charged proclaimed. their big efforts in tho East. Heavy sprang. no dues are colected and memberHis faith was the faith fighting Is in progress along the upon which all religions are based Tuesday. ship Is limited to the patrons of the y is ex- River San in Gallcla. According to United school dlsctrict. tho subconsciousness of humanity After being the guest of the Old pected to reply to the American1 note the Austrian account of the fighting, that it was not brought Into the Union Community League, learning before the end of the week, Wash- the Germanic allies have forced a world merely to strive upward for a of Its plan of organization and see- ington dispatches state. Ambassa- passage of the San at several breath of time and then be oblitering It In operation I am so impressed dor Gerard was given no Intimation points. ated tho senso of eternal fitness with its usefulness that I will say to of the attitude of the German Govwhich makes It Impossible United Mates. Two factors, it Is celve that tho spirit of all mankind The German and Austhe farmers of any school district ernment. In Washington believed, will delay the German re- knows is within it can ever of the county that if they want to trian Ambassadors die. meet to have the plans and purposes are showing much activity, and are ply to tho American noto of May 13. And great was that faith and noble of this Community League work ex- understood to be urging Germany to One is the Italian situation, which that calm courngo which faced sudplained to them that either Mr. Crow- suspend submarine attacks until the is at tho breaking point, and the den and appalling death with the der or myself will without charge questions in controversy with Ameri- other the belief that Germany will words: "Why fear death? It is the ca are settled. The German press await to see if the United States most beautiful adventure In life." meet with them for this purpose. has been directed not to discuss the will not mako a goneral protest to J. H. THOMAS, Charles Frohman did much for the allies on tho interference with his fellow men. Narrows, Ky. American note. But his greatest the shipment of foodstuffs to neutral gift to them as he waB about to step France. Field Marshal Sir John countries. The German papers, com into. the hereafter. Cleveland News. Notice To Creditors. All persons having claims against French Informed the British peop'e menting on the American note, still Doctor's Office and Dwelling (or Sale, the estate of J. W. Westerfleld, de- that their troops again had assum- maintain that Germany cannot from the position taken after ceased, are requested to prove same ed the offensive after a fortnight We have listed for sale two acres The general opin- good ground containing doctor's ofas required under the statutes and spent In hurling back the German at- due deliberation. dwelling, all necessary present and file same for payment tacks and had swept across and cap- ion in Washington, however, Is that fice, 2 wells water, 1 cistern with the undersigned administratrix tured all German trenches, to the the answer will be conciliatory in over n tone and make some concessions. and orchard. Splendid location for of said estate on or before the 1st south of Rlchebourg-L'Avou- e two-mil- e physician. None within a radius of day of July, 1915. front. The British force.i Thursday. Easy terms to right Ave miles. captured 1,000 prisoners and the MARY F. WESTERFIELD, Italy. While dispatches from party. Call on, or address Admrx. of James W. Westerfleld, de- French troops captured 650. Rome are conflicting the majority BARNETT & SON, Agts., ceased. "' Hartford, Ky. Fordsvllle, Ky R. No. 1. Austria. In the east Vienna re- - Indicate that the decision of Italy to S4tt 4St3 -- and J. C. Alcock, and the Entertainment of James M. Ross, Mrs. Harry McCarty and Mr3. John S. Lawrence. LATEST NEWS passed without enter the wnr t , on the side of the Allies Is a question of hours. The THAWS FIGHT FOR Hnguo reports that Germany sees In tho cntrnnco of Italy In the war the FREEDOM BALKED ( possibility of Austria-Hungar- y .eluding a separate peace with Rus-ga- s 8la. Lieut. Gen. Count Cadorna, Italian Chief of Ctaff, has arrived at CDurt Issues Order Staying Procon-reach- y ceedings In Habeas pus Trial. Cor- n I I by-la- s, Now York, May 17. An order Issued late today by Presiding Justice Ingraham, in the Appellate Division of the Supremo Court, staying all proceedings In the habeas corpus petition of Harry K. Thaw, In which Thaw seeks to have a Jury In the Supreme Court upon his sanity, brought another delay In the proceedings against the slayer of Stanford White. Thaw's case had been twice called during the day In the Supreme Court and Justice Hendrick had postponed the case until tomorrow at request of Deputy Attorney General Becker. The Justice at the time stated that unless some action was taken In the meantime by the Appellate Division ho would begin the hearing tomorrow. The stay granted by the Appellate Division is part of an action begun by Frank A. Cook, of the Attorney General's office. The order directs Thaw to show cause Friday morning why a stay should not Issue pending tho determination of an appeal taken by the Attorney General from the decision of the Appellato Division last Friday in which the ruling Issued by tho Supreme Court granting a Jury hearing-- as to Thaw's sanity was upheld. ut I Farm For Sale. acres 3 miles East of Hartford on Hartford and Cromwel road, IVt miles from pike. Four room cottage In good repair. Everlasting water at residence. Two barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of peaches and apples. All bill land, but In very good condition. Possession any time. Terms reasonable. About CG Apply to 23tf BARNETT & SON. Republican Office, Hartford, Ky. k States.--Germa.n- to-c- on, ro-ce- Sheriff's Hale. By virtue of execution no. 700 issued from the Clerk's office of tho' Ohio Circuit Court In favor of J. W. Cooper In the suit of J. W. Cooper vs. K. V. Williams, Ed Cooper and J. B. Wilson, for the sura of $182.50 4' with Interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent, from the 12th day of December 1910, and also for the further sum of $25,05, cost therein expended, I pr7one of my deputies will offer for sale. at the courthouse door W In Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, on Monday June 7, 1915, between tho hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m the folowlng described property lev-le- d on as the property of said K. V. Williams: A certain lot of ground in tho southern part of Beaver Dam, Ohio county, Ky., bounded as follows, viz: Beginning at a stone, E. P. Taylor's corner In the Morgantown & .Hartford road; thence N 185 feet to a stone, C. D. Chick's corner; thenco N 88; 235 feet to Harry Waddle's corner; thence with Maple street S. 2 E. 186 feet to a stone, E. P. Taylor's corner, thence with said E. P. Taylor's line, to an alley and crossing same In same direction 204 feet to the beginning. The alley mentioned In this deed Is not conveyed and is no part of the conveyance. Terms, six months credit with approved security. S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. By S. A. BRATCHER.D. S. 44t3 Call oa The Republic Job Printing. vx For Fia v.