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GerofTlco HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, MAY 28, 191$. Ingly against any ono holding this for more than two terms, and this sentiment has been emphasized in this campaign because Judge Illrkhead urged tho third term Issue against Judge W. T. Owen , twelve ycafs ago, and Judge Dlrkhend's repeated promise to the people that If they would elect him for two terms he would not ask them to elect him for the third. No. 46 BECKER'S DOOM IS NOW SEALED SAVED FROM ITS OWN IGNORANT ACT HEARING BEGUN IN CANAL GRAFT Colonel Goethals CASE tis European war to produce the necessary animal sinews. It was declared that the war was necessitating the use of so much glycerin that the entire supply In the United States would be exhausted ,th,n 90 daysji tne glycerin - is entirely used up speakers said, It will have not only Must Pay Death Penalty an Important effect on the war, but Party Domination. Burke Trial. much work, such as the development For Murder. of oil wells, will be stopped. Portugal' Decline. Members discussed a plan for poolNew York, May 24. English Convoy Vessel To Port So many othci things are taking If ever a political party was saved Gen. George W. Goethals, With MaJ, ing their Interests. Governor place In the world that the news of from its own economic Ignorance or "No explosive aside from nitrogly Former Lieutenant's Only Hope perversity by an outside event, this of the Panama Canal zone, as the cerin has fhe shattering effect neces- n involution in Portugal Is only Liverpool When Exam- -' of Hangs On Governor It seems oddly IncoiiiO-nuentla- l. European war has saved the Demo- first witness, the trial of Jacob Salas, Bary for .hooting oil wells." said Mr ination Is Made. Portugal's area Is about cratic party of, our day from the a New York tobacco merchant, indict- - ,'Oppenhelm. "Qtycerln is produced Whitman. ed with John Burko, manager of tho from one S0Urce. animal sinews, nnd equal to that ot .Indiana. It contains- - plain evidence of its own folly. only a few moro peoplo .than live lu . The war has been a double. life Commissary Department of the zone. there ,g no way of lncrea8lng tho pro. London, May 26. The American New York city. The whole adult preserver for the Wilson administra anu mcarcio uermuuez, ductlon uniesg we use of Albany N. Y. May 25. The second teanur Ncbraskan, Captain Green, male population wouldf hardly fill tton in this case. It has not only of Colon,, for conspiracy to defraud tne bodles of the horseg and men klll- i Iftom Liverpool, May 24, (or Dole-wnr- e the fighting trenches across the Flan- operated exactly as a protective Tar- uie uuvepmeiu, was Degun in me cd on the baUje In normal conviction of former Police Lieutenllreakwntcr, was torpedoed to- ders. The outside world is as little iff would have operated In the matter Federal Court here today. times the United States imports from ant Charles Becker for instigating; Salas, Burke and Bermudez are ac- Europe $10,000,000 worth ot crude the murder of Herman Rosenthal, the day by a submarine at a point forty concerned about a civil war among of Imports, by holding them down to pro- cused of graft transactions In connecglycerine annually. This supply has New York gambler, was upheld by miles west of Fastnct, off the south the Portuguese as the Portuguese are reasonable and the Court of Appeals. Becker now coast of Ireland. concerned with the great 'present portions but has greatly enlarged our tion with tobacco contracts with the been entirely cut off." must die unless he can obtain execbalance' of trade against Europe by Commissary Department. A proposTho sea was cntm at the time. The affair of Europe. crow at once took to the boats and And yet 500 years ago (the span reason of the enlarged demand from al by tlfeir attorney that the three be Willard Will Probably Fight Jim utive" clemency from Got. Whitman who, Is District Attorney of New Coffey on Labor Day. stood by tho steamer. of a few generations) Portugal was Europe for our eatablo things, which tried separately, Salas first, was acIt was soon ascertained that the tho greatest maritime power, pre- we happen to have in abundance, and cepted by the Government. New York, May 22. Champion York, prosecuted him, or can obtain Assistant District Attorney Nehrasknn was not seriously damag- ceding Great Britain In that emi- for munitions of war. Thus wholly Jess Willard wll meet Jim Coffey a reversal by the United States Supreme, Court. ln addressing. the'jury.sald ed. She had been struck forward nence. The Portuguese first explor- fortuitous combination of circumin a ten round bout in New York on foreholds were full of water. ed Uie two coasts of Africa. The stances, with which the Wilson ad that the Government would show that .Labor day, and right now It looks The tChb3f Judge, willard Bartlett, and her $20,-00- 0 No IilveM Lost, Cape of Good Hope was doubted by ministration had no more to do than Salas and Bermudez paid Burke and as if the scrap will be held at Henry wrote the prevailing opinion, in eleven Installments for tobacThe crew returned on board and Bartholomeo Diaz in I486. Vascolwlth the tides of the Day Fundy, it Pollock's arena, at Brighton Beach. Judges Hlscock, Chase. Collin, Cud- No lives jda Garaa reached India, via Cape of has secured all the, advantages here co contracts which they obtained While articles have not been signed, deback got the vessel under way. and Cardozu concurred were lost among the crew. The Ne-- Good Hope, eleven years later. Inlal home of a Protective Tariff, ex from him. It is probable all signatures will be Judge Hogan dissented, Judge Sam- liraskun did not carry any passen- - 1500 King Emmanuel ascended the cept the public revenue which It lost ' The examination of Gen. Goethals affixed within the next week, or ten . uel Seabury, who is a Supreme Court was scarcely begifn when adjourn- 1 Justice, and presided sers. at Becker's throne of Portugal and assumed the by making as nearly a Free-Trad- e days, was) taken until tomorrow. He Tho foregoing Information was re- -' title "Lord of the conquest, naviga- - Tariff as It could, and all the advan-imeWillard has decided that the second 'trial, did not sit on the caser powers and duties ceived today by the British Admlr-jtloand commerce of India, Ethlo- - tages of Increased sales in tho fqr testified, as to his public does not favor a "stage in the higher court. alty in London and It was at once pla, Arabia and Persia." In that elgn markets, in spite of Us sys-ye- in the Canal Zone and the manner In champion" and has consented to The opinion, held that the testl- communicated to the American Emthe Portuguese made settle tematic effort to secure an increased which thf Commissary Department battle with Billy Gibson's Irish mony of "Bridge" Webber and 'Bald bassy. ments in Brazil. History is a cata- - sale of foreign goods In our market, was organized. campion. Jack Curley, who pro Jack' Rose, regarding the It was hinted by counsel for the moted the Wlllard-Johnso- n To speak abou,t the "grave dlsturb- "was learned today that the subIt logue of dreams. The dream of em-- 1 cham "Harlem conference" at which the marine was seen last night off the plre Is nearly the oldest one. Its ances caused by the gigantic Euro- - defense In the examination of tales pionship struggle, and who is one murder of Rosenthal was said to pean war," as Mr. McAdoo does, as If men that, former President Tatt of Jess's managers, today admitted have beenjlanned, was true and thai ' Southern coast of Ireland. She was star Is vary floWe, : It had been an obstacle to such pros- - might be called as a witness. sighted shortly after 9 p. m., near lt was "corroborated on the second that this match would materialize. Galley Cove, which Is about ten miles perity as we now have, when obvious- "Willard will surely fight on .La- - trial by James Marshall, a negro, Ord to Cut Your Weeds. Dr. Wm. M.. Formaa Dies of. Heart from Fastnct. No connection has The tesjfmony of Deputy Police bor Day," said Curley. "He wanlj lo There Is an ordinance- - against ly U has been the main cause of Disease. producers out of the been established between this Incl- get back Into the ring. He doesn't Commissioner George1 A. Dougherty allowing weeds to grow In OR American says:,, Tuesday's Courier-JournPHtt. commonly dent and tho mishap to the steamer ifront of the, preml80a. in, Hartford, Pit, which the Wilson administration turn and Charles B. like stage workH.but Dr.. Wlllam "Marlon Formal 65 ' 'hereby js'ubrasknn, which Is reported to have1 All carefully and obstinately dug for down the easy money and get baCK known as "Beckers press agent,"ttl-Int- o warned to are occured shortly bofore 9 o'clock at observe this ordinance and cut their them Is pure .frivolity; while for Mr. years old, died of heart disease at September. Coffey will sutely.so was held to be true. Judge Bartlett held that although: a point about forty miles from Fast-ne- t. weeds at once, and also clean up Redfleld to speak of "those who have the home of his son, William Marion be his first opponent, unless Jim 'c brought the country through the most Forman, Jr., a salesman of the J. B. beatr:i ln the meantime. the first judgement df death against their premises. A steamer was seen outside Crook-haveterrible commercial shotfk in its his- Speed Co., at 304 Shawnee drive, "Coffey incWo Jim Flynn at tUn the defendant was reversed because O. T. O'BANNON, Marshal. 46t4 tory, and landed her safe and strong yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock, af- Brighton Reach club on May 31. he did not have a fair trial, the sec- -. which lies just north of Galupon the peaceful shores ot pros- ter an illness ot six. weeks. ley Core at about 9 o'clock last Somehow I have a hunch that Flynn ond judgement "Is not assailable on Court Notes. He was born in Nelson county, night. As she approached In the perity and Influence," Is no more will win But !f Coffey does laui n that ground." As a result of the court ot'tnquiry ot tho lighthouse two loud effort to claim Kentucky, and was the son of Dr. knockout on ;be fireman, then ve an ostrich-lik- e "Extensive as Is the power of reIn Hartford last than held In court hall rejiorts of a gun were heard. A boat week by County Judge John B, Wil- for the Wilson administration some George W. Forman. He attended will sign articles for Willi, d and view vested ln this court on a jttdg" county, ment of death, the law does not inin Crookhavcn harbor went in tho di- son and County Attorney C. E. occult and magnetic power over oper- te public schools of Nelson Coffey that r.f.lit." and took a medical course at the tend tosubstitute the conclusions Of rection of the steamer, which put Smith, the following convictions ative forces and events with which Louisville Medical School. After his about and was lost to sight. Judge Wilson's this administration has had no more graduation he practiced in Nelson 1100 Sheep, Poisoned 'By 'Weed, Bun fact which may be drawn by seyea were secured 'in Judges for the conclusions ot fact Shots Fired at- Craft. to do than. Julius Caesar. To say Wild In Town. court last Monday,' viz.: now Is Democratic busi county until 1896, when he came to Several residents ot Crook'haven Spokane. Wash.. May 23. More which have been drawn from the evi- Com'th. vs. such thlnea In the case of the dence DT twe,ve Jurors, unless we are turned out and went along the shore Dick Stewart, charged with s'elling ness, and all the Washington oracles ! Louisville tollve, Dr. Forman was at one time, dep than 1100... sheep are dead within a clear thnt the view of th facta takes .. U with straight faces, keeping a sharp lookout. They sight. noyau, ramus 01. inree mues iroiu t. j a option territory, the are hard at liquor In local uty Internal revenue collector In a foolish effort. ed a submarine off Galley Cove, near the Jury Is wrong. It Is our duty miles north of jury found the defendant guilty as but it is county and participated In hamlet seventy-fv- e Nelson tho mouth of Little Creek. "Spokane, as the, result ot eating the t0 afflm If the trial was fair and charged in warrant No. 838 and Speaker Clark Snubs William, Jen many raids on moonshine-stills- . He One of tho men on shore fired two " " " "" " fixed the penalty at a lne ot $75. was also a member of the State "white camus" weed, was the re- was not asalnst the weight of evl--a nlngs Bryan. shots with a ride at the men in the and 20 days in Jail, with the work I port here Thursday by I. J. Mlnnlck. He Bowline Green. Mo. May 24. Wll- - 'Board of Pension Examiners conning tower of the submarine. The t0 see t0 u tnat state food Inspector, who returned dence- - We dne i8not paid Um Jennlng8 Bryan 8ecretary of 'is survived by his wife and two sons ,,hmPr.lhie dived Immediately.' but clause attached If the lria' waB la,r uu luttl luv """ from Boyds last night. or replevied. 8tate wll, not wltness the marriage George W. and William M. Forman. soon rose again farther out. Three, Crazed by the weed, part of the nciem eviaence wnn recoguizeu In the case of the Com th. vs. of Ml88 Genevteve Clark, only daugh- - Jr. The body will be taken to Cox's pr nt her and fir nr .ho.. vv u.w m sheep ran wild through the town, un- -, ol "w lo color, charged tw of Speaker Tessle Bassett. of morning for . .. champ Clarki t0 Creek, Ky., . .. Irinnp tho rnannnnthltltv for the rgeult .. alio again disappeared. ' with permitting liquor to be sold on Jameg McUny Thomg0n of New Or-h- burial In the Forman private cemete- tu tney aieu in convulsions, wnun hundreds plunged into the Kettle rests wun me jurors, uuiuiug our wr premises, the Jury found the leang ,n Bowllng Green on Juno 12 ry. Hecond Grandchild Born .To Wilson' tlon by these established principles defendant guilty as charged In war- - Th,8 wag made known ,n BowUng Dr. Forman and family were for River and were drowned. Mrs. McAdoo. cases The sheep were part ot a flock of ot criminal procedure in capital fixed her fine at Washington. May 21. A baby girl , rant No. 835 and Green today, and confirmed by & years residents of Hartford and he ago we do not feel Justified ln interfering a few days 1900 shipped the second grandchild of President . J0- - ana c08- vs. same defendant, member ot the speaker's official fam- - and two sons were owners of the to be pastured there forest reserve. with the verdict." ln the ,,. - ....a Com'th. . ,.OUM, .,... horn tnniiit in sere- lly. Mr. Bryan will be the only man Green River and Rough River fact wherein she was charged with like prominent In official public lite who et "We Three," which burned on tary and Mrs. William O. McAdoo ' Havoc Wrought by Mount Lass Why Italy Loves the Army. will bo christened Ellen Wll, offense In warrant No. 830, a plea will not receive an invitation to the Green River. Dr. Forman and his She Redding, Cal., May 24. Their was emerea. mw uuu iuC The Italian soldier Is not only se family have many friends here who Weddlng. Every person of high and son for the late Mrs. Woodrow Wllexpect farms burled by Lassen Peak under -- " nna c818 verely drilled, but he Is, also t0 courl aa nnea n. low degree In the Ninth Congresslon- - will be grieved at his death. . Com'th. vs. Bill Taylor, of color. a, DBtrict, all members of the cabinet ed to Derform a good many duties a thick layer of volcanic mud.wb.lch T The Secretary and Mrs. McAdoo. In local except Bryan aU not usually regarded as falling with- - has solidified into an impervious Jury Decides in Colonel's Kavor. members of is tlio president's youngest .charged with selling liquor who pan, refugees from Hat Creek option terrjory, a plea ot BUtyjgresg except onG( and near,y 5000 Syracuse. N. Y., May Z2 - The in the reulrements of military woro married In the Blue Valley said today they had no at the White House Just awas entered to warrant No. 841, 'per8on8 famed ln national and Inter-ya- tr Jury in tbo trial of William liirnes' vice. It Is considered incumbent on R6om to the natlonal !lfe wlu be nsked t0 be pres- - suit Xor libel against Theodo.-- Unose- man wearing the king's unl- - tentlon, for tho present at least, of ago. McAdoo went to his office lw nnl facts 'submitted Tho uujo '" ,ent. Bryan's name will be left out, rlt. toduv returnt-- a verJi t 111 fa form to give aid whenever and wher- - returning to their homes. Treasury Department for the court ana nneu ou aim bT the jail with work clause attached, It ! Five thousand personal friends ot or of iht defendant, after nnslder-'n ever It may be needed for thu pro- - menace of the volcano, they said, first time since he was operated upon e, tectlon of life and property, against made life too precarious In the Tor mere then deven hcure th tho 8peaker wln reCelve invitation for appendicitis nearly two months not paia or repie,viea. Com'th. vs. Dick Stewart, charg- - card8 and the residents of the Ninth (,u6st!on ot placing all the costs of accident or disaster, and when- - ley. ago. nt option Sixteen families fled from the the ever a calamity befalls such-n- s D,8trct, most of whom are known to t'c 1 :irn upon the plalntlr.'. The president was at the McAdoo ed with selling liquor in local earthquake the first move Is ' ley when Saturday's explosion sent a territory verdict of Jury guilty, as Mr c,ark by name wU, be mvted Jury that evIt li the belief of the home when his granddaughter was charged ln warrant No. 834, and jby noUces t0 bQ prlnted ln the neW8. erything Colonel Roosevelt charged always to send troops to asslbt the river of mud and lava down the born. punishment fixed at a fine ot C 'papers. Speaker Clark more than once was true and therefore the pltintlff Buffering. That Is ono reason why , mountain, side. They found refuge and 20 days In Jail, with work clause hM regorted t0 the U8e of "blanket not having been libelled Is entitled to iniv reeanis her armv with uffoctloa In Burney. a hamlet far removed Glenn Will BwMpVTfeve, District. as her protector at home and her de- from the danger zone. reports That ,Judgo J. S. attached. The invitatlons" ot this kind and they no damages. . Lassen was reported to have been uom-wvs. uic oiowun vuur.ou . haye a,wayg brought crowds t0 "Hon The forman of the Jury, Wrrm fender against foreign aggressions. Olenn's friends are receiving relative in eruption again last night, but Democratic nom- wttn selling liquor in local upiiuu ey Shuck," his Bowling Green home. W. Summers announced that the ver to his race for the owing to cloudy weather the outbreak Blown To Pieces. dict was for the defendant and then e ination for Circuit 'judge are very territory the Jury found the deln Fulton, Ky., May 24. News has ( was not generally observed. anHancock fendant not guilty as charged Should Lose His OMce. Sullivan flattering. He first ylslted the jury was polled. Ten jurors From small towns ln the shadpw. Washington, May 25. To the sur swered "For the defendant," then the Just reached here that Jess Oliver, ot County, last week he, completed the warrant No. 837. Mose Illnes, colored, charged with prise ot the friends of J. M. Sullivan, clerk hesitated, called the name of Harris and a Mr. Lewis of Missis- - of the mountain word came toaay County, and Is trip through McLean ! prevailed. excltoment These procuring liquor for another, trial minister to San Domingo, a recom- Edward Burns, and waited. Burns a slppl. were blown to atoms by dyna - that great now" campaigning ln Daviess. mite when on a flslng trip on the Fall Rivers, one of the villages, was for him by Jury Wednesday, verdict $75, with mendation has been made to Secre- big Republican, stood reports indicate a majority tary Bryan by Special Investigator DP in ,hls seat and In a deep vloce Obion river, seven miles south of subjected to a heavy fall of ashes. lu" these three Counties. In Ohio work clause. W. J. Rushing, forest supervisor, Other cases have bee,n set over Phelan that Mr. Sullivan be separated said, "For the defendant." Juror No. Fulton. The two men both of County It is certain his majority will whom worked near Harris, were on reported that the Forestry Bureau's for trial at future date. from his office. 12 gave the same answer. exceed 1,069, e a heavy dredge boat and the suppo- - meadow near Lassen Peak was bur-sltiCharges ot various sorts were made These reports are peculiarly grati, Glycerine Almost Exhausted. Is that when they threw the fed" deep In vqlcanlc substance. Tho against Mr. Sullivan by Walker Vlck, W1H Pasture Stock. fying to Judge Glenn's host ot friends Chicago, May 25. Albert Oppen-hel- dynamite In thq' water the swift cur- - service station was destroyed by man acres ot ot New Jersey, and the AdministraI have several hundred who know of his Integrity as a of Marietta, Ohlo.a member of rent turned It under the boat, when huge rocks thrown upon It. yuid high order ot the qualifications good pasture land and can pasture tion asked Senator Phelan, ot CaliHat Creek, which went dry so your surplus stock cheaper than you fornia, to investigate and mako a the Western Nitroglycerine Manufac- the oxploslon occured. Searching 'shlch be possesses and which are found part of the boat, a hat terday for the first time In years as It is understood turers' association, In session here, essential to fill a judicial position can keep them at home. For fur- recommendation. ot being acceptably ther particulars call on or address, that the adverse recommendation was discussing means for the production and coat floating in the water, and a result, it was reported, was run-fouWl H. COLLINS. made to Mr, Bryan by Senator Phelan ot glycerine, an essential element in the bodies of the two men were later dammed by volcanic mud, is apparent that the sentiment It In the stream horribly man- - nlng today with a small stream of voters of the 46t2 Hartford, Ky. last week, but as not yet been taken all high explosives, today suggested t the Democratic muddy water. using the horses and men killed In gled. , Jxth- Judicial District is Oa Hartford and Beaver Dam Pike. up by the President. European Waf Has Served to set Effects of Free-Trad- Off- First Witness In e Salas, Bermuo'ez and ne fle-d- Car-starph- nt n, ar ! keep-nfion- ta , -- al i,,'' can-hardl- y n, - I -- ... ,? " . .... " '"" "" er -- -- aiin V- y -- er, ser-(ha- rd a val-crlm- yal-rece- . v rosy-cheek- t ' on m yes-part- ies over-whel- tries must not ho caught napping. the fly will with alacrity Just now there Is n sentiment that visit your sumptuous table, even if ACROSS AT THE tho downfall of tho Is he hns to ride on your back through nn assured fact, and hero Is where the well screened door. These InSALT LAKE we aro going to mako a serious tnls-tah- o HOUSE FLY sects are nmong tho filthiest of llv- -, If tPtlvlty and efIng creatures. They breed In and fort Is not properly directed. The feed on stable manuro as already American voter Is a peculiar person. stated, also on privy contents and Marvelous Bridge Carries Kaslly swayed by oratory, tho suf33e Carries The Most Dread- garbage. ferings of tho pa-i- t uri If you had n machine that you could opcrato at a good proforgotten They are dangerous ns regards the Freight and Passengers- - when 'the voting day oftm nround. fit day in nnd day out, would you i)t count as a loss tho comes spread of typhoid Infection In proful Germs. Thero Is no doubt but whatlho best time it stood Idle? portion to their numbers and to their In tho country will soon opportunities to travel from human Your money Is n good money-makin- g maclio. Invested In Million Do- be In our midst, explaining tho gteat (Good Advice Contained In Abl excreta to foods nnd beverages for Four andOnp-Hal- f our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It earns ingood (?) of tho prcsi'nt Tarirf, and human consumption. terest every day of the week, every week of tho month nnd llars Spent to Comthe situation can only be met by nn Therefore, gentlemen, it Is plainly Paper By Dr. B. F. every month of the year. carry out nn cducntlnnnl campaign, keeping before our Imperative duty to plete Span. Tichenor. the people the bad effects of the energetic campaign against llles to Remember, we give you absolute security nnd pay you tho Tariff on our homo Industries and lessen their numbers nnd to prevent best rate of interest. tho serious danger In the frturu them from having access to lnfcc Thousands of Easterners who when tho war closes. tlous matter, and to foods and beverMay 24, 1915. Hartford. the San Fiunclsco and San ages. Ovcrconfldence Is one of the sins Ir. President' and Gentlemen, of the I. lltnitn 1..ta. .1..,In .. ,., ...lit c.sa .uiu t ...,-s.,u., i of tho tmo8i nm, ,h0 mlu lUcr0!(B B. F. TICHRNOn, M. D. Ohio County Medical Society: ureal sail i.nKe on a train. are listening to bad advice If they rest I presume that when you gave me Sec. of Ohio Co. Hoard of Health. Cor. Illi mill I'redorlni. In the sixties tho Union Pacific nn Iinllnvlim Hint Friw- their place on your splendid program, Railroad was built west from Omaha Tra,,c ,, (,cm, , j KNOWN i:VHKVWIII:RI: as the SAI'i: anil HKMAHLKIIANK VaImillIo t,niL. roiifstinj; a paper on general sani- Some Forms of llheiitnntisiu Curable. Rheumatism is a disease charac- - ami me central rncinc (now part will be lost unless a vigorous cam tation, you expected me to forward of the Southern Pacific) was built paign Is started nnd the voters are ahe motion of our sanitation pro - terlzed by pains in the Joints and In When tho given the real facts beforo the inls- IllOSt mUSClCS, The COIllmon east from San Francisco. nnrnnfln tlint una liilrlntnl it nnr tllO forms are: Acute and Chronic Rheu mumi-i- taiiiu iu uiu uruui B.ui representation of the last meeting of the Ohio County basin nt Ogdcn they veered the road takes root. If I am correct matism, Rheumatic Headaches, Scia21oard of Health. and went around tho All to the Wo must remember that the great i in my assumption I will proceed by tic Rheumatism and Lumbago. abso- Inkn tn north 1. union n fllntntinn it 1 J7 types can bo helped majority of men arc outside the clr-- 1 wnying that what I will advise with of these miles. In a third of a century enreference to the prevention of tpphold lutely by applying some good lini- gines grew live times na powerful cle where tho Inside effects or the, penetrates. An applicaTariff are thoroughly understood,' fever is largely true of all contageous ment that Freight trains would carry five times and spreading Protection around a and infectious diseases; and "that at tion of Sloan's Liniment two or three as much weight. Whero once one confined circle whero nil within some future time I will bo glad to times a day to the affected part will give Instant relief. Sloan's Liniment train a day ran each week a dozen know full well the benefits of it and write a paper on any of the maladies )) if - -now puff around the lake, pulled by j,eiovo t for the good or all JTarir which general sanitation would is good for pain, and especially Rheuengines over the mountains j trllll Workers, will not have any 0 simclfjQrate or prevent. The meas- matic Pain, because It penetrates to high, down valley lng crrect the thu lnasses who are ures to prevent typhlod fever are well j the seat of tho trouble, soothes pain. and upfeet mountains into theand again the afflicted part and draws the easily from things that are .known to all physicians. From Ogdcn to for thelr greatest good. "Sloan's Liniment Is all medicine." to Liiclcn, Utah. A problem in the average communhandy Luclen.as the crow or, perhaps, the So far the rolectJoll doctrine has ity, not only In Ohio County, but Get a 25c bottle now. Keep It 3 aeroplane llles, the distance was 1)con circulated too largely in circles In case of emergency. most everywhere, is how to get In about 103 miles, 30 miles of which wncro aU wlthi i,eive In It. A telligent public sentiment sufflcently Old Rooster Kills Fish With Poison was covered by the waters of Great ))roa(ler flolll muat ne cultivated, and to make the inforcement of airoused Salt Lako from one to thirty feet the industry killers will not be Gathered on Rill. tho necessary measures feasible. Weighed against the water turned to private life until the voters Los Angeles, Cal., May 16. An old In the United States about 450,000 When you pay $895 for was a level roadway 103 miles long. ;aro counted 20 months hence. Fibre persons are incapacitated and about rooster named Peter, who is an ear an Allen 34 you get by typhlod fever ly riser, and who loves to greet the with no mountains to climb. Rut nn,i Fnlirlr :35,000 are killed there washed the salt waters of the each year. A large proportion of S895 of car. j high tenor, and who also Great Salt Lake. Whooping Couch. The Allen 34 hat in the castfs aro In persons at their per- dawn in You don't pay a cent for unAllen J7 horsepower In 1902 engineers "About a year ago my three boys decided on a iod of maximum earning capacity. dotes on Juicy worms, and his sweet Weston -- Mott necessary overhead expense. this' old henmate, Annie, who also likes trestle brldce 23 miles lone. Of the 'had whootiinc couch and I found Thus the Nation suffers from floating axle, mohair top 20 miles of trestle 11 in the end' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the on- -' and leather upholttery, disease a tremendious economic loss, fat worms, are said by a man who We build inteeriry into every Allen So of i ly one that would relieve their cough-- i Warner irnnsiniiiion and amounting to many times over what never told a fish story In his life to were to be filled with earth. automobile. Our organization is steering gear, miles through, water nearly lifg and whooping spells. I continthe 27 the work required to, prevent such ' oe responsible for this one and permanent. Wc arc in expand-i- r drive, Krone brakes, 110. inch loss would cost. peter and Annie live out Sixteenth 10 miles were to be a solid ridge of ued this treatment and was surpristhe automobile business to stay. 16 feet wide at 'the top and 17 ed to find that It cured the disease nlieelbase, demountable Typhoid fever Is a filth born dis- - street way. Next door to their earth Our purpose is to make every Allen runt, aluminum crank ease. It is well that the people should scratching ground lives a man who feet above the water. The engineers in a very short time." writes Mrs. raseind aluminum transcar do its part in upholding our "know that It Is caused by germs ' nas pretty little ponds, white rocks decided to build n mile and a quarter Archie Dalrymple, Crooksvllle, Ohio. mission cae, full equip' reputation for eivinn the greatest nent electric lighli which are parasites and which de- - aml fountains for his hobby with a of trestle a week, over 1,000 feet for For sale by All Dealers. possible value for the price we get. and electric itarler. nend for their perpetuation upon 'few sman flsIl thrown In. And right each work day. Tlie weight of tlie cir It If ,you have been waiting until you multiplication In the bodies of In June. 1912, train loads of steel Man Out of Work Had Some Appe UOO lbs . which, willi the of this man's yard Is the lot could buy a strong, swift, safe, power of the motor lusuie tite, See Hill of Fare. man beings. The germs are .dlscharg-- j 0f another man who could eat sauer-- d rail reached the lake. In July came economy of operaUon. handsome car without paying a dolNow York, May 16. Twenty-thre- e piles. Many of them were from the bodies of persons In the kraut all day, and therefore likes the first W build IU othr lar more than its actual worth, the nodal,. ihr rnadatar stools and urine. To cause the dis- -' cabbages. So he grows 'em in the so long that three cars had to be rolls, eight scrambled eggs, two and Iwp rourlntf art. Allen 34, carat ranitafl fn prlj Iroia esaein other persons the germ must'iot. Unlike Peter, he hates worms, used to carry them. Three thousand bowls of oatmeal, threo cups of cof S&7S to JUTS. SSS, is the complete answer to At night men fee. be swallowed. Jso he puts paris green on his cab- - men went to work. your requirements. This is not the breakfast order of gravel pits by electric worked in the Kvery person who has bad typhoid bages. Hi It, finish, finutr, economy if iptratUn, equipment, serviceable Usht. In tho cold of winter and the the Yale football squad. It Is Detecfever recently iias swallowed (some xow, old Peter got a habit of ijuaimei ana fnct, .men ran take the leaJ germs which have come in derlng Into the next yard and grab- - heat of summer there was no stop- tive Daly's .statement of what one hungry man ate In a Cortlandt street .some way from the excreta of some bing off a breakfast for himself and ping. "infected person. Unless we put ln- - frau. Peter's d Sixteen hundred and eighty tons restaurant. restaurant F actorr ReprentatiTe for Southern Ohio, adjacent West Vir The man who said he was Charles to our mouths and swallow some- soon became badly depleted and de- of fresh water were used each day, inii Territory, Southern Indiana and entire Slate of Kentucky. Uges, 55 years old, was arrested by thing which as been soiled or velopments proved that Peter blamed all of it brought by train some SO Dealers t Write or wire for agency proposition Daly for begging from stores along with human filth we will the Ash. miles, some 130 miles. Over 3S.O00 Droadway. Ho said he was no ordinot nave typhoid fever. Some one claims he saw Peter and trees were cut down to make plies. Therefore it behooves the physi- Annie carefully wiping their bills on On November 13, 1903, tho track nary beggar; that he had had a good cians to Inform the general public the third man's cabbages on which from the east and track from the Job on the Panama Canal, which feliow to avoid swallowing tho human was the paris green. Then this same west1 were Joined. The great bridge ver had forced him to give up; that Jilth which is more or. less always one sayS ho saw Peter and Annie hop across the lake is now a solid path, lie had Just money enough to bring present in every community. To tell back through the fence and wash except for 12 miles, which Is a him to New York, and that ho could hardly remember when he had had y is the great. their bills In the second man's fish trestle. 1 them that tho house-flhis last meal. common carrier of typhoid fever, and pond. Every fifteen feet five piles aro After buying him a breakfast, tho I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording that by Its Industry thousands aro At any rate, the fish are dead, driven in a row crosswise to the policeman took the man to tho every year is not an exaggera- - And 'tis said paris green did It. slain Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, track. They aro fastened together Tomb's Court. He told Magistrate tion. on their sides with heavy timbers, Marsh ho was convinced that Uges Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes To bay that wo eat with our arcli . the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. four inches and eight Inches thick was badly In need of food and medienemy every day during tho summer Across their tops and Joining them cal attention. The magistrate com These are all old line Insurance Companies and 1 will he pleased to months and allow him the glorious together Is a heavy beam IS feet mitted the prisoner to the Workhouso hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, 2&iit&a privilege of bathing in our butterlong and a foot square. Connecting for thirty days. milk, and then drying his legs on this beam with the next set of piles our bread, and that ho expects as a 15 feet away aro 11 heavy timbers .Man Takes His Own Medl'dne price for theso privileges often tho with the track. laid lengthwise Is An Optimist. .death of our friend or loved one, is Above these stringers is a plank floor . He has absolute faith In his med' Have All Gene Since Taking We don't licit nn overdrawn picture. three Inches thick. Above that is a icine he knows when ho takes It for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegonly refuse to challenge this lothc- -' coat of asphalt, then a foot or moro certain ailments ho gets relief. Peoborne enemy of mankind by screen- -' of rock ballast on which ttie track ple who take Dr. King's New Dis- Camden terminal, and Special Otn- etable Compound. jng, trapping and swatting, Imt wo and rails aro laid-- . The floor of tho covery for an irritating Cold aro op- ccr Goetz was Bent for to tako htm Terre Hill, Pa. "Kindly permit mo trestle i3 1C feet wide. The cut-ofurnlr.li a delightful breeding place X timists they know this cough reme- in charge. Ho liy leaving the manure in our stables to give you my testimonial in favor of from Luclen to Ogdcn Is almost as dy will penetrate tho linings of tho ho crawled into tho Lydi E. Pinkham a m sill the bummer whero they multiply Vegetable Com- level as a table. For 30 miles there throat, kill the germs, and open the but probably liy the ttemlng nilllons; also the garFor 30 miles more tho way for Nature to act. You can't tho train was mnde up at Pennsgrove j 5 pound. When I first is no grade. bage, dirt water and tilth of all kinds CITil A 'H began taking it I grade Is so slight that an average destroy; a Cold by superficial treat- with several carloads of powder and out tho back kitchen ire .hoveled was suffering from person would need to travel a halt ment you must go to tho cause of dynamite from tho arneys Point female troubles for mile to rise his own height. Nowhere the trouble. door to the fly's delight, and that Do an optimist. Get works of tho Du Pont Company and , somo time and had Is the grade over five Inches to' the they misht multiply by tho thousa bottlo of Dr. King's New Discovery dfd not come by way of Urldgeton. almost all kinds of hundred feet. The track Is above ands. Not satisfied with this court-fot- is any rate, tho car was locked after 3 At nche3 pains in lowtreatment, of the liy, wo careThe solid way he had stowed away and started up- - 1 ' er part of back and tho water 19 feet. lessly provide an unsanitary toilet, cut off one 'north arm of the on Its journey to New York, where Osteopathy. In sides, and press- has where their chief sport is to bath Dr. G. B, Dockery, whose office Is tho explosives were to be transhipped. ing down pains. I lako into which tho Rear River flows. tlitilr lee In excreta, contaminating could not sleep and This has made that part of tho lake at Reaver Dam, will be in Hartford In tho darkness of the car he lighted typhoid, germs, and probubly many had no appetite, Since I have taken so fresh that it has frozen over in every Monday, Wednesday and Fri- a match to learn what he was to ride FHANK ECKERT, Prop. other infectious microbes. And then Lydia E. Pinkham'3 Vegetable Com- winter, though the moro salty water day of each week and will treat pa- with. Ho said ho could feel his hair H.H.ECKERT,Mgr. Pound the aches and pains are all gone on the other side of the track never tients at as a mere matter of courtesy and in their home3. 37tf rise as ho discovered tho marks upon .,w and I feel like a new woman. Lcannot freezes. Four and a half million i, -- . x ji r.H dviiuiuou;! uiu von uiu tuutiit tho boxes and packages and realized praise your medicine too highly." Mrs. $1 Up. Rough Ride With Death. European Plan liy inunfs us an extended visit at dollars has been spent to make this his peril. For several hours he was Augustus Lyon, Terre Hill, Pa. It was a mighty thankful man who obliged to stick to his dinner hour, Ho doesn't need an In- - i Indianapolis News. highway. . . . . u lruo lnac nawre anu a woman a was takou trembling from a box car Jail, cjoso to death. When taken troduction. For we recognize that It in tho Pennsylvania Railroad yards from tho car he was scared half out is he by the flower that we sprinkled thk? tE " In Camden early tho other morning. of his senses. on his back one hour previous while, )0Ver known. From the PhiladelFrom tho roots and We Knock the Spots Out of Things FOR. FLETCHER'S Glad ho was, too, to bo locked up at phia Uecord. ho waB enjoying tho privilege afford- - herb3 of tho field, Lydia E. Pinkham, tho City Hall, preferring anything to ud In our valued Insanitary privy. forty years ago, gave to womankind 0)4 a longer ride in that death chamber. He Is not at all batlsfled to carry a remedy for their peculiar ills which mora efficacious than any Whole Kuinlly Dependent. Tho, man gave the name of John Fit- typhoid germs ulone. but will carry lia.8 Pved Take Nothing for Granted. While tho war has been a wonder- APjjO years old. He had ridden without burden to himself, or oven othep. combinat ion of drugs ever comMr. E. Williams. Hamilton, Ohio, E. Pinkham's and today Lydia e party iur nines iockcu in wun tons of gun writes: "Our whole family depend French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a n lazy feeling, thousands of tubercle Vegetable Compound is ful asset for the recognized Superior Manner. nrnvliloil knino nnnr pmtfiiiimi. from coast to coast as the standard now in power, the end Is not far away powder and once he struck a match Maybe aome-o- no Send us your Garments and Have on and then we are going to see the full to get his bearings in the dark. That live person has bwullowcd his own remedy for woman's ills. in your family had d severe Cold Them "half-baked- " xputtim and In turn deposited It In Tariff that was when he discovered his plight, In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, effect of the perhaps It Is tho baby. Th.o orlg- the backyard nulcauco (toilet) men- Mass., are files containing hundreds cf would havo Just about ruined our and after that he could picture death Innl Dr. Hull's nn CLEANED CLEAN In horrible form as his portion every ovor ready tioned above. It not in this way ho thousands of letters from women seek' textile industry but for the war. remedy U Packages called for and delivered,. household (ill bravely wade through the gobs ing health many of them openly state Signs are becoming more defined time the train gave an extra lurch elvos immediate relief. Plnrvrn- ru( tliut the poor unadvised over their own signatures that they havo all the time that England, particu- and hit a cross-ove- r or halted with a ironi.v nenetrates the linlnea of tho THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB regained their health by taking Lydia larly, is preparing for a textile In tubucular patient has spit upon the Jar Throat and Ludkb. destroys the E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound; vasion of this country, Fltton was discovered by one of Germs, and allows Nature to act. At tloor or left in an open receptacle. and in some cases and believers A. Ivit Nail, Prop. that it has saved them In Protection for American Indus- - the crew after the train reached the your Druggist, 26c. .After gathering all this death deal- - from surgical operations. H Aim OKU, KENTUCKV. ? 3f Ing fluid THE Free-Trade- rs well-plann- Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest spell-hinde- rs ". Company Price, $895 Study these facts left-han- d t K, nt-tn- . ,ai Central Trust ! I ! Free-Trade- rs ! -- Indus-powerf- ul dJPwHWjBHBBBBPJBliBWB last-1.90- I j I p. The Allen 34 worth I -- hu-'ba- wan-typho- id Kenton Motors Co. new-foun- n!sfc3Sr NEW INSURANCE AGENCY! j J , LYON'S mm m PJUMO I E. E. BIRKHEAD, - Harttord, Ky. ff I riSsSsrii When Louisville ' ECRERT'S to-da- 5th, Avenue Hotel .t,., f. bh -- .i ZTflta Children Cry CASTORIA Freo-Trad- I Ladies' and Men's Garments Itiw-pll- I ov f HE REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION Official Call Issued by Central Committee. Look at Me I am Well. runs. my "I cannot eajr too much for recured mo of trouble. My It has en-Ur- eye lids were i c k and red 1 ' J'Voni Collier Weekly. m Tho events of the past few weeks Delegate Vote Eased on 1908 Inevitably have a powerful bearing ' on tho 191G Presidential situation. trouble. I had Election and All Intend Tho new status thus created might my eyes had IHb i treated and took conceivably be expressed In this asTo Take Fart. a great dial of K- sertion: Tho next President of the medicine, hut United States will bo tho man who nothlnc recmeil to help me until I by his actions most effectively and HI Louisville, Ky., I.b. 12, 191 5. tried I'eruna. I m. always use I'eruna when my family accurately expresses the national To the Republican Electors of Kenfeeling of the people with regard to mneed It. Always find It very kooJ; tucky. IK-IK- ' It helps wonderfully. You can mo their relations with foreign countries. Vl.e Republican Stnto Central my testimonial anywhere you wish Compared to this Issuo the tariff and to." Ho Pays Mrs. C. SIfchan, No. of Kentucky ereby dlrtcu other Issues aro likely to bo InsigC14 S. Leavltt St, Chicago. Ills. Hint a Statu Convention of dele- nificant. iT.iul reprcKcntatiws of the ll.'nub- J? or catalogue As To llnrali. and information. Box A. llo-ii- i Party In Kntt.c':v be held m'0nl 33' Oldham C, Owen 7, Owsley The most remarkable aspect of the 'U 13,' Plko 3C, f Sty of Lexington, Kentucky, at -' Pcndltton 12, Perry ANNOUNCEMENTS. 12:30 p. m.. standard time, nn Tin a. Powell 7. Pulaski 41. Robertson 4. situation among tho Republican Pres- t!ay, the lfith day of June, 1915, for Rockcastle 18, Rowan 10 Russell 13, l(le"ti' possibilities is tho heightened the purpose of adopting a plutform Scott ls- - Shelby 18, Simpson 9, position 01 senator Uorah of Idaho. For State Treasurer. iniliodylng the principles upon which Spencer C, Taylor 12, Todd 16, Trigg There has been no political talk in Wo nre authorized to announce the Rcpubdllcnn party and Its noml-j1Trimble 3, Union 13, Warren 29, any newspaper more interesting or HON. R. L. MOORE, of Crittenden i.yts will ask tho support of the clec- - ' Washington 1C, Wayne 17, Webster accurate than this from IJoston'Tran-scrlpt.- " county, a candidate for tho RepubPersons who live outside lican nomination for Whitley 37, Wolfe 8, Woodford lur'i of Kentucky, at tho November 1 State Treasurer, New England mny need to be told General Primary 14. Total 2,356. election, 1915. election August 7, that the "Transcript" Is the sober 1915. E. T. FRANKS, Chairman. The delegates to said State Conthree-ceevening paper of Uoston, ALV1S S. UENNETT, Sec. vention shall be selected by county and is supposed to express tho views ' roam conventions to be held In tho Fur Circuit Judge. of about tho most cautious and careSick llendaclicj unty seat In each county at 1 We are authorized to announce o'clock p. m., standard time, on Sat- Mrs. A. L. Lucklo, East Rochester, ful conservatives in the country: "What dpes this call for Uorah JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, urday, June 12th, 1915, except In N. Y., was a victim of sick headacho mean? It Is coming from all parts as a candidate for the nomination lac' w? the counties of Hell, Hoyd, Campbell for Judge of and despondency, caused by a badly of tho country. It Is nnd Kenton, In which counties bald irv apparently trict,- subject the Sixth Judicial Disto tho, action of the 'kencd nnd debilitated condition spontaneous. Here is conventions shall beheld In the eUlm who m fi irry-"rof hcr s,omacli when tak-nn- d has neither an organization nor abun Democratic party at the State Pribegan of Middlesboro Ashland, Newport mary tho first Saturday in August, Tablets. Slic- dant wealth. Ho has not announced Covington, respectively; provld- - lnK Chamberlain's 1915. ' FREE TO EVER KENTUCKIAN ed that In the county of Jefferson ,a'8' "I toun,i t,1L',n Plcast to take, his candidacy for tho Presidency; nnd City of Louisville, the city and a,eo mttt an(1 cffoctlve- - I a few many doubt whether he will. Yet All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors For CoinmniiucultirH Attorney. wns "Stored to my hundreds of Republicans From th foundation of tho Stato to tbo protont county executive committee shall pro- - wlUK B u,ne and Pro time Tho only cemplato coIUctloa in axlitcneo Wo are authorbp-- l o nnnounce vide for the holding of conventions Jornu'r K0(1 hualtli." Tor sale by gressives aro discussing riorah and Pictures of nil Presldentf of the United States, from Washmany of them aro writing to him or LAWRENCE P. TANNER, of Owens- In each ward and In the county of A11 Dealers- ington to WiUon. Flags of all Nations in colors: The Kentucky Map showing Counties, towns, railroads, ConKy a candidate for the tho newspapers about him. Neither Iboro, Jeflernon, exclusive of the City of gressional districts, etc. Lateft Kentucky Census. Full and for Commonwealth Attorney ' complctemapof the United Mates. Kullandcompletcmapoftho. Poor itonds Expensive. Mr. Taft nor Mr. Roosevelt are hackLouisville. world. Inthellistorical Kentucky sketch is given the political, statistics from the foundation of the State to the present time. A good deal of fuss is raised over ing .Uorah, yet both say they will of the Sixth Judicial District, subThe form of voting in said county ject to the action of the Democratic It IncluJes.- - All State Officials. Executive Department. All mass conventions on all question!", freight rates nnd everybody who has take the stump for him gladly, ir he h Iff. , I, h,.1 rl n.!VlriRl.nta ..f .!. C.a T....i party at the State Primary the first Department and the clerical force with their salaries. Various W, West or the MississHhall be viva voce except in tho City anything to do with the trnnsporta- - is nominated. Kentucky boards and Courts with their start ith omcers ana salaries. Political Committees, and Organizations of the of Louisville and Jefferson county, .Hon of crops or merchandise is up in ippi river ho is looked upon by many Saturday In August, 1915. '4atc Kentucky Unilr.l Sisim Senators. Kentucky Chief where the county executive com- - arms the moment railroads give the I aa ,nc "favorite son" of that whole justices. Speakers of the Kentucky House. Congressional We are authorized to announce Districts. Kailroad Commission re. Senatorial Districts. muted shall determine tho man-- , 'east imitation that freight rates section. Republican leaders In Maine Counties of Kentucky, when made and from what, counties. ner of voting. The county execu- - are to be advanced, but at the same hnve been trying for two months to BEN D. RINGO, of Owensboro, Ky., - All of tie Vital Statistics of Kantncky. live committees shall give not less time, there Is a strong tendency to get hi 111 to mako a trip with them a candidate for tho nomination for This unique and valuable Atlas is free Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth through the State. Tho rallcal Senthan ten days' notice of the time, the Plv no attention to the co3t of to all Evening Post subscribers. If not Judicial District, subject to the action jiuw a EuoscnDer, scnu j.uu tor a tuu place or building where Ing farm, crops from their point of ator Norris of . .Nebraska declares .year's subscription, or S2.00 for a six VO aaid county or ward mass conveu- - origin on the farm to tho railroad for the Republican nomination. Ellhu of the Democratic party at the State m jnonths' subscription by maiL i tlons shall be held and the manner fetation, a mattter of greater concern Root and Henry Cabot Lodge aro not Primary the first Saturday in Au- -- . Ploaia tm,fMtMn.l- - t1i vats ara bv mall of selecting delegates, by newspaper than ;.ll the railroad rates In the'yet realy to say ahat Dorah will be gust, 1915. oaly, and not tiuousb carrier or agaaU publication or by notices pobted in world, says tho Fruit Grower and nominated, yet both have his hearty OUR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER: For State Senator. conspicuous places in each voting Farmer. admirers and neither will be surSmjly Ercnioc Post, ono year $3.00 v AVrf ' saB'l We are authorized to announce precinct of the county. Uncle Satn has found that it costs prised at his nomination. 91.50 .- K.ntocky Governor's Wall Chart ' flc aSPw5 f- Hartford Republican, 1 yr - UiB "How comes It than within a few JOHN H THOMAS, ot Ohio County, All voters who were entitled to In the neighborhood of 25 cents a I participate in the conventions at mile to haul a ton over the average mouths and without the semblance a candidate for State Senator, 7th ALL THREE FOR - - - J3.50 District, composed of which delegates were elected to the country road, lint this cost may run of an effort on his' own part or that Senatorial Republican State Convention held up to ten times this figure over had of his friends. Senator Borah looms Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler counInitio Ctiy of Louisville on Wed- - roads, and he reduced as many times up from out of the West with a ties. General primary election Aug. tifcsday, Uic 10th day of April, 1912, over good roads with modern vehl-nn- d strength as a Presidential poislblllty 7, 1915. those known Republicans who cles. This cost Is sometlng that Is greater than any two of the arowed We are authorized to announce have attained the uge of 21 since rarely ever figured In by the proiiuc- - or receptfveSiandldates for tho Re that date, shall be entitled to parti- - er when summing ud his marketing publican nomination? Aro the peo- HON. AtBERT LEACH, of Beaver cijjfte jn tho conventions to elect expense, even tho It will frequently' ple really doing their own thinking Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Senadelegates to tho State Convention make a figure that is not much less about the matter? Is the call- - for tor in the 7th Senatorial District com, herein called. than the cost of getting his produce Borah significant of a widespread prised of the counties of Ohio, Butparty sentiment In favor of a Presi- ler and Muhlenberg. Republican One delegate shall be elected for to the distant market by rail, each 100 votes or fraction thereof ' Good roads aro expensive to build dential nomination forced upon the primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. If you are not familiar with llppln- amounting to 60 or over cast for the and are more or less an oxpenco to leaders by the rank and file? It is cott's you are doing yourself and perhaps too early to say, but the Republican candidates for electors maintain, but' if it were possible to For Stato Representative. the publishers an injustice. . Borah boom must receive a swift and In each codnty at the Presidential compare the lowered cost of We aro authorized to announce n OXE STAlt" certain check If tho next Republican W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs prein 1908, except In the coun- - porting Tho farm produce oyer tho AS GOOD AS BOTTLED IN ty of McCreary (which had not been road before and after Improvement National Convention Is ,to be the cinct, a candidate for the RepublicROM) Delivered anywhere In "favorite-son- " gathering which pow an nomination for Representative of created In 190S) where the com- - It would be found that he cost was the Middle West or East or blned vote polled by the Republican paid back with Interest within a very erful party leaders are diligently Ohio county. Primary election Satany place In Kentucky for only working fof today In the hope of urday, Aug. 7, 1S15. and Progressive candidates for Pres- - few years after Improvement. Low identlal electors in 1912 Is taken as grades are of first consideration, for keeping the nomination In their own the basis. On this basis, McCreary it costs more money to haul over a hands and to bo disposed of at tho We aro authorized to announce Either in Four Full Quarts' "The Standard Fiction Magazine-oCounty is entitled to nine votes, and hilly road than over n level one, psychological moment to tho candi- L. L. EMDRY a candidate for tho or Gallon Glass JugJ. these votes shall be deducted from where the surface Is tho same Rut date of their own cliolce. Meantime Republican nomination for RepresOld Quality Is as pure and America" Whitley, Pulaski and Wayne coun- - on almost any road It is easily pos-tie- s, tho disposition in New. England to re- entative from Ohio County. General meiiow as Whisky can be gard Borah as a very desirable sec- primary election Aug. 7, NOW LN ITS 46th YEAR tho three counties from which slhlo to have at least a smooth made. Distilled from the finest J915. ond choice thru his section, If not McCreary County was created, In the face on which to drive, selected grain, assuring that 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a Yew proportion that the Republican The King drag Is tho Implement ultimately first of several States, Is wonderful aroma found only in Kor Circuit Court Clerk. vote polled In these counties in 190S that will make tho surface smooth growing. good Whisky that is pure We are authorized to announce (The first magazine t?. originate th Senator Borah, of course, profits OTTO C. MARTIN a bears to tho combined Progressive and keep it smooth. And tho wonder especially suitable for family candidate for Idea of publishing acomploto- and Republican vote polled In Mc- - of It is that more farms do not have much by the announcement of Jus- tho Republican nomination for Ciror medicinal purposes. novel In each number.) Creary County In 1912. The votes a drag as an ssentla1 part of their tice Hughes that he will under nn cuit Court Clerk at the general priGet our complete price list. circumstances accept the nomination. mary election Aug. 7, deducted aro three from Whitley, equipment. Special prices made In quanRoad dragging time is 1915. A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION from Pulaski, and two 'from Just coming with the breaking up of Both these men represent the liberal foj tities. XATt.'vnn fWftft !,! ....,,.. w. fltinn IhA fiflola nlmva 'i-... UUUUj ha... uuu I,- - ........I uccumpaui- - wing of the Progressive party. Those w,,.. uic Eiiun, ..! us ubuui BRINGS YOU We are 'authorized to announce .... n . .. ., iieuvy . m over sucn Republicans who are so :standpat as P. R. . & Co. the several counties of the State are ' in.. em ui iijuu. T iramc CAL P. KEO,WN a candidate for the 12 Great. Complete Novels. 75 Short Mail Order Department. entitled to representation as follows: roads makes ruts and bad roads of Jo regard Senator Uorah as too pro Republican nomination for Circuit CO Timely Articles. Stories. Owensboro, Ky. Adair 19, Allen 19, Anderson 10, the worst sort, unless the ruts are gressive, so far as they aro center- Court Clerk of &' Ohio County, P. R. Lancaster & Co., Striking Poems. 200 Pages of. Ballard 7. Barren 23, Bath 15, Bell filing and dragging. Prepare now to ing on anyone, may be said to be dis- primary election August 7, General 1915. Owensboro, Ky. 28,fBoono C, Bourbon 23, Boyd 29, keep, your road dragged this year, posed to look with favor on Senator Gentlemen: Enclosed find Boyle 15, Bracken 11, Breathitt 1C, and lower the cost of hauling your Burton, of Ohio. We aro authorized to announce I for which send me,, exBreckinridge 26, Bullitt 7, Butler 23, p'roduce to market. Llpplncott'a la enjoying a big WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate press prepaid, qts.; wide-tire- d Caldwell 15, Calloway 8, Campbell Remember, also, that of popularity. Thousands ' ofi for the Republican nomination for gals. Old Quality 1 Star. new readers have been addeld to it 70, Carlisle 5, Carroll 5, Carter 26, wagons pull more easily than narrow FOR FLETCHER'S Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. Name . Casey 19, Christian 46, Clark 19, tired ones 90 per cent, of the times subscription list during the General Primary August 7, 1915. Express Ofllce few months, and its circulation "is- Clay 20, Clinton 11, Crittenden 17, when they are used. Tho wide tire . . Postofflce Increasing rapidly. t, Cumberland 12, Daviess 39, Ednion- - does not cut so deep and makes a Grief and Joy. Cut Out and Mail Now. We are authorizet to announce son 13, Elliott 6, Estill 15, Fayette better track on roads which aro trav There Is no perfect happiness in CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss pre47. Fleming 20, Floyd 16, Franklin jeled while tho ground is soft. Tho this world. No ono lives but has HOW TO REDUCE THE 16, Fulton 6, Gallatin 3, Garrard 16, j wide tire packs the curfaco Into a his share of sorrow to bear. Sym- cinct, a candidate for tho Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clark Grant 11, Graves 17, Grayson 24, firm road-beand thus enables It pathy of friends may allovlato but COST OF GOOD READING". of Ohio County. ikkMAAj . OVER es YCAFtS' General Primary Green 13, Greenup 21, Hancock 11, to drain well In time of rain. cannot lift the burden from tho Saturday, August 7, 1915. EXPERIENCE 14, Harrison 10, j In cornfields, plowed fields, field shoulders. y Hardin 19, Harlan . Send for Some sorrows aro of Hart 20, Henderson 25, Henry 14, Janes, and on pasture and nlfalffa your own making. Some nre causWo are authorized to announce Lippincott's "Little Book of B Hlcknian.7, Hopkins 33, Jackson 19, land, the draft on tho wldo tire is ed by others, those who have been NDREW THORPE.of Mcllenry a Jefferson 272, Jessamine 13, Johnson considerably less, no matter what tho Hlenr to you, whom you have loved Bargains" candidato for tho Republican nonilna- -' 23, Kenton C4, Knott C, Kuox 28, condition of the soil. The wldo tire or ror whom you aro responsible. tlon for Glrcuit Court Clerk of Ohio NW Edition Just Published for tln Lnruo 10, Laurel 26, Lawrence 21, does not cut up the meadow or field Somo, like the deatli of one near and Tiiadc fiUnits County. General Primary election Season 1913-19- 1 1 Designs Leo 12, Leslie 14, Letcher 12, Lewis (as does the narrow one." This is also dear to you, are in accordance with August 7, 1915. Copvm-HTS&- c. rl f 25, Lincoln 19, Logan 23, Llvington Jniportunt, as a smooth surface in the laws of God. Grief that Is unAtiToneumf' u SCNT FREE UPON REQUEST" wnpiinnnia? .df v i V' it 4i 19, Lyon 8, Madison 33, Magoffin 1G, the raoadow is nlugh uasior to mow avoidable ir. ii, n i.' hbu!d bo borno with r i in ,i,J Wo aro authorized to announce S. ' n"l'u'cuu l.tf,.'e.i.l . Marlon 13, Marshall 12, Martin iv,,over. J.B.LIPPINC0TTC0MPAN1?'. courage. P. MeKINNliy, of Beaver Dam, as Uge no tiro lss than four Inches Mason 21, McCracken 30, McLean WASll.NOTONS0!''WlI'lllLADElPh!f1fr When you find yourself unhappy, a candidal 'f.or the nomination for Meade 9. Menefoe 5, Mercor lC,on your flld. or on epfnwda, make j St0D (o think w.hat makes you so.' QlrcuV Court Clark, sxbject to tho Scienfif ic Mtitcnlfe 13, Monroe 19, Montgomery a Kins road drag nud Use U Tims t3 it soma fault --.f ,.,.... nw., n- vnnr action of -- 'the Democrats of Ohio To Prevent Wood 'Polsajilnjr . . I ruuoniMT uinn'ratM wailr. T nrn ei .. ta f,rt,w ... n li,,!,!,.,, v, your 'awn irwsui tuw Lj; iw if iinrrviv uli uriia). Minis 5 jvvv'uu o, think whether there B.not soni- - county, at thoGei)6ral ijjurjjuH. hhiuiidwi irrily ot once tlie woudcifulold MlUUlc'JJR. ..... er ,.. Primary elec- .M,,1'1,rS"" " . iL I 11, orlng your hauling cost. -- KTJ KS WTlbUlTJC Lore 31, Nelson 14, Nicholas thing you can do to make matters tjou, August 7. 1915. HIMNi, Oit..as'ur IHlUMl (..1 aild hrlMV' oat cj v eu Wtii4iwi2; iiu " iOb 4ii.H ibit iliirv p.'n .x, iw.. jjX fM iinu .NutaluuueiM, nearly President. Humes Will Take Appeal New York, May 22. William M. Ivlns of counsel for William Ilarncs, announced this afternoon that an appeal would bo taken from the ver dict of tho Jury at Syracuso which found In favor of Theodore Roosevelt In the trial of libel milt brought by Mr. Uarnes against the former better. especially tensltlve to light. Catarrh was my were time. My all eyes the Irv, IT, Ooni-HMi- I cannot help mako It right. When nothing can bo done, do not sit nnd nurse your grief. That only makes It heavier. Rather try to get your mind on something else. There aro sources of happiness to which you can turn If you seek them. A good way to lessen your sorrow Is to seek out those sorrows aro greater than your own. Just as happiness that Is shared Is doubled, grief shared Is divided. coming can make you happy If. you do not cultivate tho proper dis position. Then cultivate that. Do not allow trifling matters to disturb you. Seek happiness by giving happiness. Rejoice In all tho good In others, In all noble deeds done, In all that helps the world to grow better. Much sorrow Is selfishness. Put selfishness out of your own heart, and you will find happiness looming up much larger than sorrow. From the Milwaukee Journal. Btiu seo wiiether you If the fault is another's,' ) VanderMt TraiiiiSflioo for ELKTON, KY. to Boys m Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens nnd Christian gentlemen. Its patronngo is widely, scattered 'and conies from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there fore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write K m m m Hf m m m m - it MATHENEY & BSTTS R' iki 4' nt tT mwwtiw se Bbeib! mm tf ! t m m G?j M'. . liaul-particul- ar u' Hn mwLm i3 "Old Qualjty" trans-olectio- LIPPINCQm MAGAZINE $3.00 Per Gallon f uw. vu, .. Lancaster 1 Children Cry re-riv- al CASTQRIA ist d, . Ijrnjra urn aM-m-i . To-da- ' tl W-..- ' , .... .,,.. Mtttm. M ; se Svtjmmmn mmwMw SiliB!MSUJUIwBU. iCariajwat ti! .j ' . i I ' Two Hours In Hell. binding 'chorused, "to shame nnd death and "and nth,nB hell and wo will cruch your Jewels, upon the agcnt8 of thclr W)I than It was one of those hot, inky-blac- k the obligation of Immcdlato action." nights when the nlr seems to cling to rend your Tyrlan robes and cry your or.nr to Uw at t roMotflc i Ti. McKinlev examnle of prompt one like n warm wet blanket, and de-- crimes until wo crack the very walls tfBMd cond ot th kj., mill rtforu. precisely what tlio presses one's spirits to the point of of hell." The wretched harlot, who achcvemcnt ' one day had been herself as pure as people are today determined shall palnfulness. yaT ,i0Vn In the West the dull roar the winter snows, hung her once be followed by the Republican I'res-- 1 C M BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor 1(,ent mlre t0 entcr ,lle Wn,,e "ouse 0f thunder heralded the battle of proud head In trembling shame and ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor on March 4, 1917. Ills name Is of ciou,j nn,j Wnd. The night was far prayed for the towering walls to fall no consequence; but his purpose Is, advanced and 1 sat alone In a de- - nnd crush the accusing victims of her Address all communications to and the more definitely It parallels ;SCrtetl park meditating upon the sins. Hut thoso walls flung only back Ch Hartford Republican. mocking echo of her prayer. the McKlnley way of quickly re- - niystery of the Immorality of the I turned away from this sorrowful storing prosperity, the more emphat- - sou. should I, nt death, vanish Into NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS lc wH be tne majority vote cast for jnpthlngness like tho lightning Hash spectacle only to face one more chlll- l'" hlm at the election fn 1916. Zancs- - ot the distant cloud, or rise Into Ing and severe. Before me stood' n nintr. .initio the P"'"'"" ' r. (an everlasting destiny? Was !vl,le heaven, young man whose face, but for Its Loral" nmlNotirwiocrff lit BtdSc! iaii appealing truth? HcU'an appall- - blanch of terror, I knew well. Re- roiinw Siiurngc Vote in Colorado. twrliieformobiiiMliiotiHiiiiMfiliin. Ing verity? I was so deeply absorbed hind him crouched, in suppliant nos- OMttinrlt. IlrfolotloiiK mnlCArd uf Thiol tc There are few things that are In my reverie that my hands and foet ture, another form, whose faco I nw lit, money In advance. In-- 1 grew cold, and my spirit struggled to knew ns well, but for Its look of Church .vm icn lor ncrviccn tree, bnt otter 'watched with more curoslty or hnrcbndtcrtiffmfntK.Scr'f "'"' terest than woman's suffrage. Those withdraw Itself from my body, con-- . damned despair. Tho demon dared ui rmire no oppose(1 communication AuonyrootH. t0 t watch It as an enter- - ditlons some persons experience Just .not look Into her accusing faco, and tKrtlon italnlng spectacle, or for the purpose .before death. Unconsciously In my '.turned nway, as from n hissing, serof "spoking the wheels" If opportun-- i Intensity of thought, I linked myself pent. He dared not listen to her pray-Cam.'fcejla.K.i . US Itv offers. ThnsR who fnvnr It nro nlonrl. Is thorn trnlv n linll? A hnnil. er. It was the age-ol- d story of a wo- CO 1'jtviSLl always on the qui vivo for any ad-- 1 light as the stroke of a falling snow- - man's trust and a man's perfidy, and vantages gained or any chance to flake was laid upon my shoulder, and hell, at last, tho price of mutual guilt j a voice, boost the cause. calm and low, commanded. I had now seen the curses of every FRIDAY, MAY 28. For many weeks Denver has been "come and see." The voice was as crime and heard tho cries of every torture and revenge, but when this We suspect that Barnes is 6orry .score, for an election of city com- - ' but I was not afraid and followed girl, wretched and' damned, prayed ,... ,..,-.- ,. i he did it. . . j sorrowfully to the guilty author of jiussiuiit'i ws i111 wuuiuiiipiuiiuil aiiu ill .. liivisiuiu blunts ...i u niiciu i. luuu. I had long believed that if the her doom as to a God to turn back the at the same time three questions Italy went Into the war from grad to be submitted to the voters: A mind could be almost wholly with-bon- d tide of time to her mother and her ual pressure. issue for woman's industrial drawn from its diffusion throughout home my blood ran cold, and I turnhome and another for city hospital the nervous system it could grasp ed townrd my spirit guide and said, Maybe California has undertaken Improvements. The third measure truths far too refined for compension "hurry me hence; verily I believe to furnish the volcano while Italy was a home rule amendment on the by the ordinary natural senses, and there Is a hell. John II. Thomas, In tights. I felt now a hope of seeing that be- Kentucky Sun. wet or dry question. It would be difficult to pick out lief verified. Bruner says he is for Nation wide Committee Called. In silent awe and wonder and hope prohibition, and if he can't get that three matters that would supposedly, The members of the Ohio County more deeply interest women of nil I followed whither led until we came he is then for State wide. He should Republican Executive Committee are run for President, and then for Gov- classes. Therefore, when election at last to a precipice, whose fearful hereby called to meet at the court dav saw polled the lightest suffrage depths. Illumined by fitful flashes ernor, on the same idea. vote ever known in the state there of pale blue light, seemed a thousand-l- house In Hartford, Ky at 10 o'clock gasp of surprise, eagues Remember the Republican County was a national-wid- e below. On airy nothing a. m Saturday, June 12, for the we sank slowly down. On every side transaction of important business. jnass Convention Saturday, June 12. u.iu u my general demand for an OTTO C. MARTIN, Ch'm'n. All who intend to vote in the August the great circular walls rose In sheer RAMEY E. DUKE, Sec'y. Equal suffrage Is no new thing In and massive splendor. Truly such a primary for candidates of that party May 18, 1915. I6U are elllgible to take part. Delegates Colorado., It will be remembered prison house of death only a God are to be selected for the State Con- that this was the second state to could build. For Shame. Descending lower I heard faint vention which meets in the City of enfranchise its women, the action taking place in 1S93. Hence these moans and cries and feeble curses, The mills In this country which Lexington June 15. women have been voting for 22 years. and saw strange and hideous forms. are running on full time are doing The most remarkable thing in Ken With the question vital to their Louder grew the fitful moans and so chiefly on account of European ortucky politics is the effort upon the own sex, what was the cause of this bitterer rang the curses until I shud-ere- d ders for war supplies. Should the part of certain leading Democrats to lack of interest in the recent elecat the grewsome spectacle. The war cease soon these orders would prove by President Wilson whether tion? pulseless hand perceived my shudder cease and then under the present they should stand for State wide proMrs. Martha-J- . Cranner, herself a and counseled low, "Be calm. Nerve Tariff the mills and their employes hibition or local option. Why not member of the State Board of Par- your spirit for terrors yet undreamed, would be idle again. "Prosperity" submit the question to him whether dons, is pessimistic over the for when God breathes on yon pale shouters are therefore shouting over or not it is right to take a drink? star, to flush it into flame, then shall the blood of the soldiers of the great "One might as well be frank about you see the hissing serpents and the nations engaged In the world's greatOur County Judge, County Attor- it," she says. "Most women have be- barking monsters of the damned; for est butchery. For Shame. Marion ney, and City Marshal, have been come disgusted and quit voting. Only (la.) Register. this is hell. making an earnest effort to get at a few more elections and all the wo We stood at last upon sands that those engaged in the illicit sale of li- men cannot stand together. They scorched my feet, and In air that What kind of cereal do you eat quor recently. Several cases have have divided into factions, and spend seemed to wither up my flesh. For a for breakfast? We are sure to carbeenn made out, but it is believed their time knifing each other. I shall moment all was dark as night and ry It. ILER & BLACK. that those most guilty have so far es- never vote again. Suffrage is a fail- still as death, and then blazed forth caped. These officers should have ure." the star. The light was palfrknd cold the moral and active support of all IT IS ESSENTIAL t and wlerd, but it exposed a scene, forgood citizens who desire these violaExport Prices Again. bid Almighty God I shall ever see tors of the law brought to Justice. Relative to the question of export again the sale abroad of AmerI stood In the regions of the Wilson's prosperity wave discounts President ican industrial products at lower damned where gathered the occursed ' has not struck the City of Owensboro prices than those paid by home pur- - souls of every land and time. Here nnd there is such a unanamous chasers we have received from thai were men anil women from the low-- 1 quietude, of the public square that; editor of an Ohio newspaper tho to the loftiest walks of life, all H Jew days ago a swarm of bees conlowing inquiry: alike accursed. No terrestial attrlb- cluded It would be a good place to Can the editor of the American 'ute was wanting that could magnl- stem ncstirerl Hint ttinv would lip nn. onomlst an8wer nle ,llls Question, ify their shame. Sparkling diamonds, disturbed by the "hum of industry.'1 wueiiier mere is any iruin ai an in rustling siiks, iresnuorn nowers ana In other words they expected to do many protected sweet perfumes to rag till the humming in that particular the 'accusation that articles are sold cheaper In foreign wanted none of their earthly jarts They settled on a neighborhood. fmji. tree in the Court House yard and we than in our own country, especially These were there to mark or shame are told, by the Owensboro News, the products of the International their wretched wearers. my To the health of fowls and to econoHarvester Co. "Yonder stands," whispered that they were successfully hived by would appreciate If he can answer I it very greatly, as I spiritguide, "a wizard of finance. See my in feeding. Grit takes the plnco Mr. Wm. Bowling. am quite sure I will have that to that group of suicides, whose for of teeth in preparing the feed for tunes, he wrecked, reviling his wretch- further digestion and is required in R. S. Rives, editor of the Green meet. jiave you any tracts snowing a ed misery See them piling his bonds, the gizzard. River Republican, is a candidate for IN EVERY PEN OR YARD the Republican nomination for Rep- comparison of the wages paid in the oiled for the torch, about his feet, diqerent foreign countries? If so and the ladel of his molten gold they a box of Grit should be kept. resentative In the Recent are about to pour upon his bloated Investigators assert that Grit is a district. We do not know who are kindly advise, with price. This question of selling abroad at neck. And tha t grand character, necessary part his opponents, but we do know that of feed. It gives the Editor Rives deserves this recogni- lower prices than at homo has been leaning upon a cane, was the king of fowls strong bones and a bright tion. He has done long and faithful thrashed out over and over again. tho tenderloin." I looked upon a plumage. service for the cause and is getting It is no longer a live Issue. The man of massive form and faultless s, in their great ieal for array. A great diamond sparkled on out one of the very best Republican papers in the State. The average promoting foreign trade, have near- his bosom, and even In hell he looked man does not know the sacrifice and ly stopped talking about the cutting a king. But about his genius of The Produce Merchants hard work it takes to do this. Ken- of export prices. There never was crime swarmed a horde of wretched tucky Republicans, and Democrats any substantial basis for such a con- men and tearful women, heaping a HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. The industrial commis- chorus of curses upon the miserable too, do not appreciate the country troversy. newspaper man as they should. We sion of 1900 took testimony on this victim. A woman, lean and pale, but iope Editor Rives will come out win- subject. Its conclusions were, In bold of words, was shouting in his ner in his race, and he will make a brief, that out of the total of Indus- face, 'cursed demon that ypu are, you y&luable member of the next House. trial products in the United States coined our tears Into gold, molded not more than of 1 per our hunger Into banquets and fashWanted: The McKlnley AVay. cent was marketed abroad at lower ioned our heartaches into mansions, When William McKlnley entered price than those paid by American but the Justice of an avenging God the White House on March 4, 1897, consumers. Under normal Protection allows we demons ot despair to heap after four years of Democratic na- conditions our total manufactured curses upon your head." The once tional control the session of Con-gro- products have grown to the enormous proud king of the tenderloin fell to undo the prosperity-wreckin- g total of $22,000,000,000 a year, Of prone upon the scorching sands and deficit-makin- g laws of the pre- this big sum about 9C per cent, had wailed, 'shall I never escape the ceding four years. had been consumed by our own peo- curses of these grim victims of my He had the new Congress In ses- ple, and 4 per cent, was exported. Of avarice?" Prices to suit the times. sion March 15, had a protective tar- the amount exported only a small I was next led to the door ot a iff bill throifgh the house by March proportion had ever been Bold at cut whose' splendor pained" the A1J. kinds of repair work 31, and had it enacted Into law on prices. eye with its very richness. 'A gust' given prompt and careful July 24. In other words in less than There Is, we believe, little or no of scorching wind caught up the five months time the Wilson-Gormatruth In the assertion that the pro- - folds of this rich, rare fabric and attention. In Ament's taw was off the statute books and ducts of the International Harvester swept it away, exposing the beauti old stand, across street a prosperity-makin- g law was sub- Company been sold abroad at cut ful 'queen of harlots, whoso charms stituted. prices. On the contrary, the aver- every sentiment of, love would cherfrom Barnes Bros. Give Manufacturers and business men age prices obtained for the produc- ish and ot lust embrace. Her stately responded with enthusiam to the tions of that company in foreign from was arrayed in Tyrlan purple, me a call. ALL WORK oew prospects, and there followed countries are said to be somewhat and adorned with pearls and diaGUARANTEED. the greatest era of Industrial devel- higher than the prices in this coun monds and gold. Dut when the opment the country ever knew. was swept away there gath try. American Economist. President McKlnley realized his ered from the shadows a horde ot duty as the nation's "advance agent young women, whose faces still show Decoration Day Services. of prosperity." He had no fear of Decoration Day services will be ed vague lines of wasted bfauty and Expert Jeweler and Congress In extra session. "The peo- held at the McCord graveyard to- youthful chastity, but whose outOptician, , ple have only recently voted that morrow for the old soldiers. The raged souls at the sight of the cruel (a protective tariff enacted) shall address will be delivered by Hon, J. mistress of their gilded slavery, broke Ky. Dam, this be done," he declared in his inaugu- - H. Thomas, ot Narrows. into fitful fury. "You lured us," they ' H,rwnrfi Kepupncan. rft, nrc I J5he FREE Day JULY 15, 1915, 3:00 P. M. 1 'r.n""tP'" ' "n One Uje FREE Sewing Machine Given Away Absolutely Without Cost. order to demon- Times-Recorde- strate the Miperiority of this remarkable sewing machine, with its eight sets of ball bearings, rotoscillo movement and its many rum' other Jabor-savin- g deUlUII 111 I vicesin order to prove how much better it is ....iTTrrff "a"'mY A VSfl 1 i.i i.i than any other high-grad- e I sewing machine, IKJ.KUW we have decided to spend a part of onr regular advertising appropriation in presenting some woman in this town and vicinity with one of these splendid machines. So'me one will get this sewing machine absolutely without cost and whoever they may be, will have the best sewing machine manufactured, for It Is so recognized by tho leading experts of the country, one of whom will be hero to demonstrate It tho day of awarding. i What To Do To Participate Every woman, whether she is a customer of this store or not Is Invited to participate in this awarding, which' will lake place July 15, 3 p. m. Every one has an equal opportunity. Absolutely no purchase will be required ,and no money consideration will bu accepted. Coupons have been distributed to every house In town and vicinity. FIJI out your coupon at once and bring It to our store. If you have not received one, call at our store and get one it will cost you nothing. E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. HAtt E tfo clZ fol-!lle- st I m NEW 01 LET US SHOE THE .WHOLE FAMILY Jfi? m 'i ji - Zk M Butler-Edmons- Free-Trader- W. E. ELLIS 4 BRO. &7UNC3 IN YolR. WHOLE .FAMILY AT ONE TIME AND HAVE A PARTY THEM ALL ' " IN OlR. ; one-thirtie- th JTOR.E. WE CAN FIT OUT AND JEWELRY FIT THEM IN .STYLI JH, C0MF0R.TABLE LQN- 6WEARING JHOEJ. THI WILL .SAVE YoU TIME AND WoRRY. THI S WILL JAVE YOU MoNEY5ECAU.SE WE ss STORE J n fiooD JHoEJ FoR LEJ.-5ALL JHOEJ AT THE .SAME PRICE ARE NOT THE .SAME QUALITY. . WILL JELL YOU CARSON R. W. KING, Beaver INCORPORATED a CO. Hartford, Kentucky. For high grade Pennsylvania Coal Oil, call on or 'phono O. T. O'BANNON, 4514 Hartford, Ky. AVIclilla Police Force Iteatcn Hy iQIQ-JSi- il IHHf Do You If The Best In Everything! Wear Hosiery? f I not, begin now they are in style. We sell the widely known Black Cat, brand. Fuftrv nalr ctrir.tlv fi n a rnt p.p.H to nivft VOII perfect satisfaction. Children's range in prices from 15c to 25c. Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose, all shades. $1.00 per pair. Men's Silk Lisle. 25c. Pnre Silk Socks, spring shades. 50c. Think of Hosiery, then think of us. and remember IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. X2A$Z&&9 a Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MAY JM. n, The storm and lightening damaged the Kentucky Light and Power Company Wednesday about $500, many transformers being burned out. Mr. E. G. Uarrass furnished un a snmple of strawberries grown In his garden thlB season. They nrc extra large and of lino flavor. Twelve selected from the sample weighed half pound. Ed says ho cultivated them, lint his near friends shake their heads nnd smile. Fire origlnntcd from an overheated cook stove totally destroyed the residence nnd household furnishings of Klrby Sharp, a farmer residing four miles from Pleasant Ridge at 9 o'clock Monday morning. The residents were working in the field adjoining the, homo when the Are was discovered, nnd it was then too late to save any property. The Are caused a loss of 200, which was not covered by Insurance. A horse drfven to a buggy occupied by Mrs. Luna Maples nnd dangler, Mrs. Antlia Tatum, became frightened last Friday afternoon at ,n motorcycle and ran nway throwing both ladles out at the railroad crossing on Washington street. They were both badly bruised and have suffered very much since. They were removed to the residence of Mr. A. E. Pate, where medical aid was rendered by Drs. Pendleton and Riley. The motorcycle was being driven by Messrs. Gary Hagcrman and Elbert Goodall, of Centertown. It has beenannounced by the University of Mississippi that Mr. Ray-mW. Tlnsley, a well known Hartford boy has been selected as Instructor of modern languages In that Mr. Tlnsley Is now takInstitution. ing special work in the University of Illinois and lias had work In a Gerrecogman university of worjd-wid- e nition, he having been forced to leave that country when the war broke out. He v!ll bo home soon for a visit after which he will go to Milwaukee, Wis., for some more special work nnd will take up his new duties at Oxford, Miss, in September. This promotion is well merited and friends of Mr. Tlnsley will be glad to hear the good news. er two-wcv'..- 's Wichita, Kas., May 26. Sixty Idle men, drawn hero by advertisements in the Eastern newspapers telling of tho need for harvest hands, clashed with the police nnd put tho oincers to rout. The men hnd built n honllre In nn outlying section of tho city, over which they were cooking. It Is estimated that about 1,600 Idle men hnve come to Wichita and vicinity. Many of them are destitute and in bands of fifty nnd sixty, they have taken possession of freight trains, refusing to pny fare or get y rorosstTCStvdtrorotvpssfTO SUMMER DRESSES HOT WEATHER NECESSITIES off. Housewives have been Intimidated but so far no nrrcsts hnve been mndc, ari the police would have difficulty In caring for such an army of tho Notice To Trustee. The Trustees of the County arc called to meet at 9 a. m., Saturday, June 5th, at the following places for the purpose of electing teachers for the coming scholastic year: Educational Dlv. No. 1 Barnett's Creek Church. Educational Dlv. No. 2 Fords-vllle. Should be made ready before hand, and with such a stock of airy fabrics for cool Dresses so closa at hand, there is but little necessity for your not being ready when the hot' days come. Our variety of styles and fab- 9 Educational Dlv. No. 3 Dundee. Educational Dlv. No. 4 Mount Pleasant Curch. Educational Dlv. No. 5 Green brier Schoolhouse. Educational Dlv. No. 6 Center-tow- rics is as varied as our prices. CREPES, VOILES, BATISTES, ORGANDIES, LACE CLOTH, LAWNS, SWISSES, Etc., priced n. Under the law it Is the imperative duty of every trustee to attend the meeting in his division and assist not only in electing a teacher for his district, but for every other district In his division. Please be there on time to take part In the proceedings. Let harmony prevail and let's try and make this the banner year for the schools of Ohio county. Sincerely yours, OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. at 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, and up to 50c per yard. We can easily show you a pat- tern you like at the price you want to pay. Farm For Sale. Eighty acres of good land containing dwelling, barn and other outbuildings, situated on Hartford and Rockport road. Well and spring on farm. Church and schoolhouse near. For price, terms, etc., call or address BARNETT & SON, Agts. Hartford, Ky. 34tf , IE. L Barnes & Bro. k Ii., II. No. 115 No. 114 No. 112 ST. I.. It. It. TIMK TABLE due at Elliuitch 9: 20 a. in due at Ellraitch C 15 p Lv. Ellmitch .. 3 40 P. Ar. Irvlngton . . 3 40 P Lv. Irvlngton . . n 4C P Ar. Loulfevlllc . 7 40 P Lv. Louisville . . S 35 a. in .10: 0C a. in Ar. Irvlngton .10 40 a. in Lv. Irvlngton . 1: 04 a. in Ar. Ellmitch No. Ill M., II. & K. R. It. TIME TAULK. South Uound, No. 115 S:45 a. m. Duo at Hartford North Uound, No. Ill C:15 p. m. Due at Hartford (Doth "Mixed Trains.) Wire cloth at S. L. King's. Swan Hats. HUB CLOTHING CO. Hon M."LTiTeavrlnnt to Louisville Wednesduy. Manhattan Shirts. HUD CLOTHING CO. See our All-Wo- ol Suits. CO. at- HUD CLOTHING Attorney" E."M. Woodward is tending court at Hardinsburg. Cros'setf Shoes "and'Sllppers. HUD CLOTHING CO. f ' Mr. J. B. Tappan and family are visiting relatives in Owensboro. Attorney W. H.Barnes has returned from a business trip to Owensboro. Miss Mamie" Keown orFordsvllle is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown. Mrs. brTShulti, of "Pleasant Rldgo was the guest of Mr. J. P. Sanderfur last week. Wires ClFtliJSnjrwIdth from 24 to 40 incb.es, black arid galvanlied, at , 8. L. King's. Mr. and Mrs. E. G .Barrass went to Louisville yesterday to visit relatives a few days. Dr. Jesse" Bean"ofHo7se Branch was the guest of his father, Dr. L. B. Bean this week. The MliseiTRenfrow, Weller and Combs, of near Dundee were the week. Kuests of the Misses Moore last you Daybreak We canfurnlsh Corn and Tofcacco Grower Fertilizer unreasonable prices. ACTON BROS., 40tf Hartford, Ky. No Old Stuff Here! Reliable Ketchup, Olives, Salad Dressing, Oils and things of that sort In bottled form are offered from fresh stock. We do our ordering from the wholesaler In a way that keeps old has,, returned stuff on" our shelves. Mr.. to Oak Grove, La. This Is Important. nMr. Will Robertso- returned to ILER.& BLACK. KanSas City Wednesday. Sudden Death For Almond Tlnsley. Mrs. James Sanderfur ami son, Ow Almond Tlnsley, son of Mr. O. R. ensboro Ind arrived Monday to be Tlnsley, who lives In the Washingthe guests of Mr. J. P. Sanderfur and ton school house neighborhood, died iainiiy. after a few hours illness Tuesday He was desFor lower prices on Farm and night of appendicitis. Poultry Fencing nnd Barbed Wire, perately sick from the first and al' though he had prompt medical aid ACTON BROS., call on ' he coljapsed about 10 o'clock Tues Hartford, Ky. 40tf Mrs. C. M. Harnett returned home day evening and soon passed away. Sunday from Nashville wher she has He was 20 years old, the second son been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. of Mr. Tlnsley and was an exemplary young man, qulot, unassuming and Cooper. popular with his associates. Funeral Jai-I- . On Ftreets of Hartford, services were conducted at Alexandra pair gold rim fraino spectacles. by Rev. Ell Wesley at 10. o'clock Liberal reward for return. yesterday morning, attended by a E. M. WOODWARD. large congregation. The burial ser Everything In tho 'chicken line. vices were In charge of the local Little Grit and Charcoal Chicken Maccabee lodge of which he was an Feed and Drinking Fountains. honored member. ILER & BLACK. of the The following members Mr. W. II. Moore returned yester- lodge acted as paul bearers: Harold day from Louisville where he bai Holbrook, Herschel Ross, Clifford been under treatment of physicians Moore, E. Y. Park, Allison Barnett, for two weeks. His health Is very Estill Barnett. much Improved. CASH PRICES. KEEP COOL Buy your Ice from Best quality Mixed Paint, any They O'Bannon & Co., Hartford. Your color, $1.40 per gallon. will deliver Ice every day. Pure Lead 8c per pound. 'Phone your patronage solicited. Pure Linseed Oil 70c per gallon. 45t4 orders to Home 'Phone C9. All kinds building Material very Mrs. John S. Smith, whose home low. Is near McHenry, was tried before Shingles $3.25 Extra Judge Wilson yesterday and found per 1,000. to be of unsound mind. She was Sewing MaAlso 39 second-han- d ordered sent to the Asylum at chines, some good as new, from $1 , to $10.00 each. Rev. O. M. Shultz and family of HARTFORD MILL CO. Llvermore were the guests of relatives and friends last week, They 100 yearx old and Weigh n 140 Pounds. will leave In a short time for Bowling New York, May 21. The 106th Green where they will make their birthday of Mrs. Jennette Schwartz, a dwarf, weighing only 20 pounds,' future home. Dr. E. W. Ford and Mr. R.T. Col- was celebrated today In the Brooklyn lins have Just completed a garage ona Hebrew Home for the aged. Mrs. Schwartz received her guests lot south of Dr. Ford's office building. It will be used by Dr. Ford for at her bedside. Her great age and his new machine and by Mr. Collins diminutive size have made her a notable inmate ot the home. She refor the Owensboro car. to S. ATBennett, near Beda, left plied with intelligence in German Mr. the many questions put to her, and a' few days ago for Memphis to atwomen tend the General Assembly of Cum- she told of her gratitude to who befriended her when she beberland Presbyterian Church. He will 100 years old. also visit the Shilo battle field and at came tend decoration day service there Owensboro Auto IJne. tomorrow. that I have a splendid auto-bu- s The Ohio County Sunday School now makes four trips a week to Association will hold their annual Owensboro and return, on Monday's, convention in the new Methodist Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. church at Hartford, Thursday night, Safe licensed chauffuer In charge. June 10th and all day of Friday, .Will carry passengers and light June 11th. Every school U Invited freight. to send delegates. R. T. COLLINS. 44t4 CERALVO. May 26. Mr. Wayne Woodward and family of Colorado Springs are visiting friends and relatives here. Mrs. Carra Heflln, Evansvllle Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Barnard. Messrs. Dean and Harry Ball, Evansvllle are with their father, Mr. T. F. Ball, who is very sick. Mr. Louis Lambert, Friedland, visited his daughter, Mrs. Will Barnard recently. Green River Is up and some dam age will be done. The recent heavy rains have greatly retarded farming. Doctor's Oflice and Duelling for Sale. We have listed for sale two acres good ground containing doctor's ofdwelling, all necessary fice, 2 wells water, 1 cistern and orchard. Splendid location for physician. None within a radius of Ave miles. Easy terms to right party. Call on, or address BARNETT &. SON, Agts., 34tf Hartford, Ky. Resolutions of Respect. At a call meeting of Hartford Tent No. 99, Knights of the Maccabees, May 2G, 1915, it was made known that our brother Sir Knight, Almond Tlnsley, had passed away a few hours before and among the other attentions to the sad event of his death, a committee on resolutions was appointed who beg to report as follows: Ii Is with a universal feeling of sorrow which pervades the whole ot Hartford Tent No. 99, that we learn of the death of our brother, Sir 'Knight Almond Tlnsley, who was bound to us in ties of brotherly love and highest esteem, that type ot knightly honor which Is a bond ot fellowship among all the Macca bees. Realizing this fraternal re lation, be it Resolved by Hartford Tent No. 99, That we herewith express our profound esteem and tender love for our departed brother which prevailed In our hearts while he was yet living, and which has its sad counterpart in the deep sorrow we feel at his taking away. We know he was a true Maccabee, and realizing this, we' re confident he felt the ardent fellowship ot its province as a fraternal order, enjoyed Its meetings and took with him to thaj Great and Supreme Tent above pleasant memo ries ot his tent associations here, In the same measure that we enjoyed his splendid comradeship. Resolved, That in honor and mem ory of our departed brother, we meet In' a body and attend his funeral, observing the ritualistic form of the order in the sad event, that our charter be draped In mourning, that we put flowers upon his grave as a BEAVER DAM, KY. !ssssssssssss$ss(ross$9; Get Next to a Good Thing! With the season's change you need different under-wea- r. We can supply you with the proper weight and texture, combining high grade quality and moderate price. Everything in men's furnishings. We're abreast of the times in style. Our stock is kept up to date. Best values in town. ' V I i I ft HARTFORD KY. token of our fraternal love and the which he is now eternal spring-tim- e enjoying, and that our membership wear the usual badge of mourning ' for the stated period. copy of Resolved further, That a these resolutions be presented to the family of our deceased brother, I a copy be preserved In the records ot our tent and same be printed in our Hartfgrd papers. Respectfully submitted. C. O. HUNTER, W. C. BLANKErSHIP, HEBER MATTHEWS, Committee. Hartford, Ky., May 26, 1915. Notice To Creditors. ceased, are requested to prove same as required under the statutes and present and file same for payment with the undersigned administratrix of said estate on or before the 1st day ot July, 1915, MARV F. WE8TERFIELD, Admrx. of James W. Westerfleld, de ceased. Fordsvllle, Ky., R. No. l. 45t3 All persons having claims against the estate of J. W. Westerfleld, de C 1 Star-A-St- ar e. TheHinge Door Silo Tbt SHt That Cwts SatkfactJM Has the quality construction that be kejt closed all the time audi prevent snage ireezing is winter, arying in sum mer. une sate, easy climbing ladder all iteel door frame and many more big features. Get our offer on a Lansing Silo or en. the Sllbcr-tah- n Silage Cutter. NNf saves work and time. Doors can Light Running for THEGCKKALSUPflYCO. Owea.bero. Ky. VUlLVlil3W The Republican I ser Year. $!. g " "hnTrrm-7r'i--- i r'Tf r"trjv'-- - - n ir i..a.m fe. wa, GERMANY'S i BIG AND BUSY SUBMARINES afew. - i 1 f77k i! i .1 a. ', i'.n W!i... 4..1aia, venting foreigners from controlling our markets Secretary Red field thinks that American chemical works and American manufacturers of dyestuffs could develop tho dyestuff Industry so that we could bo independent of Germany. It matters not what form tho discrimination ngalnst tho foreigners takes; any discrimination acid as a Protective duty on Ameri can products. As the Secretary of has admitted the soundI Commerce ness of the principle as applied to dyestuffs, he may therefore be expected to withdraw his criticism of manufacturers who nre Insisting that the removal of Protection has seriously affected their business. Knit Goods Bulctln. I Professional wmm MINGT01 D.C. IlLOfAMMli IllL It li first countrymen. DCAL5 HOTEL 67tcTc. Martin Attorney at Law. HARTFORD, KT. practice hU prufsiaa tot IfcU and adjoining coiiuUub. Couunersriaxi Specialty. and Criminal Pinctlcv Will In a city where food hottls abound, the Powhatan heads the Barnes Mtfasrs. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. W. II. Lianuw Smith iiwl O. lath hearts of it AVhlte Man With llfack I.hcr. The Liver Is a blood purifier. It was thought nt one time it was tho seat of the passions. The trouble with most people Is that their Liver becomes black because of Impurities In the blood duo to bad physical states, causing Biliousness, Headache, and Constipation. Dr. King's New Life Pills will clean up tho iv Vm.W' " llelow Is the Liver, and give you new life. 25c. Here are shown two or the kaiser's submarines that are so busy destroying Hritlsh merchantmen one of a new type of submarines, of which this Is the first photograph. The latler at your Druggist. 3 and above monster . hns a radius of 3,000 miles and can dive 150 feet. Her masts fold down when she submerges. These pictures were -- taken from the Dutch steamship Batavler V, which the submarines captured niz-zlne- ss .Wi U-2U-3. Evils of the Jury ltoont. The Jury system of the United States Is the most unsatisfactory. In many States, where recent constitutional conventions have been held, the greater evils have been eliminated. Now that the New York constitutional convention has reached the" Jury system it will be interesting to see what revisions will be made in the New York law. "When the jury system is considered more." it may be said that the delegates are Program S. S. Convention. very heart of justice. at the The S." S. Mission of Ohio County Laws may bo written. Laws may Baptist Association will meet at be erased. Much depends on the Huff's Creek Church, Sunday, May consideration given the subject. 30th, 1915. Tennessee wil do well to watch 10:00 a. m. Devotional Eld. P. the deliberation of this distinguish-.C- d E. Herndon. body, for when this state holds 10: IS. Reading of Minutes. the Its constitutional convention 10:20. Report of Schools. the came grave questions must be 10:40. Organization. considered. 11:00. Doctrinal Sermon Eld. Under the present system of jury J. N. Jarnagin, alternate Aaron Ross. selection, under the restrictions 12:00. Noon hour. placed about juries there is always, 1:00 p. m. Authority and Control Jn every important case, a fjreat doubt as to whether right will tri- of Schools Eld. Birch Shields. 1:20. Duty of Church Member to umph. Sunday School C. P. Keown. Several attempts have been made his 1:30. A Pastor's Duty to the Sunto change the jury laws of Tenn-eese- e but the system today is far day School W. C. Loyal. 1:45. The Value of Perennial more unsatisfactory than it was Sunday School W. M. Fair. e twPTy-flvyears ago. 2:00. How Prepare and Teach The folly of certain jury trials the Lesson Oscar Petty and Eld. held in Shelby County has more than once, within the last five years Aaron Ross. 2:20. Qualification and Duties of made the community the laughing Superintendent Eld. W. Taylor, Eld. stock of the country. Two evils of longstanding are be- Russell Walker. 2:40. Song Services. ing attacked in the New York con2:50. What Are the Needs of vention and the two evils are paramount in Tennessee. One provides Your Sunday School? Eld. W. II. The Brother says that we (Owen, for the repeal of all exemptions from Morton and discussion by Superin- Cundiff and I) differ so widely on tendents present. 4ury service. There are thirty-eigtile very fundamentals of Socialism. 3:10. Business. iii the Empire State and goodness llu also said that he couldn't see the 4:00. Adjournment knows how many in Tennessee. The Brother, principles of Socialism. Every church should see that their contemplates, in civil cases, a other if you can't see the principles of SoLet every cialism majority verdict. This is a sensi- school Is represpttlud, then you can't see Its funschool antioiii''i und send messen might well be gers ble resolution and it damentals. The fact of the matter bifering for Sunday Is mid a "capital punishment is not involved. that we Socialists differ on reliexemp- School work. gion in some respects. Yet, we agree The increasing demand for niRCH SHIELDS, that all public utilities should be tion from Jury duty 1ms resulted W. M. FAIR, publicly owned, all private things Chiefiy from the intolerable delays AARON ROSS, should be privately owned. The pro- and the annoying conditions attendCommittee. ' tfictnnt titifl fntlinlln Tf nmi lilt n no ing nearly all court proceedings. The disagree on religion, yet they agree In law's delay is accountable for the Farm, Near AYhitesville, Vor Sale. on a protective tariff. In the commission of crime. ciease We have listed with us a good 10S I want to Inform the gentleman Many men resort to any subterfuge acre farm 4 ft miles soutn oi to escape serving on juries for this Whltesville, about half of It bottom at Simmons that Socialism deals Christianity blamed land, and forty acres In timber in- with oarthlv aifalrs. .. very reason. They cannot he iiicy 'when the system of the courts is cluding 58 gum, besides various other uuuis wiiu neavuiiiy iiiiiiks. In many criminal ac- trees. No buildings. considered. us for In no way conflict with each other. See would he Socialism in operation tions the jury is imprisoned, so to prices. Christianity applied to Industrial af speak. BARNETT & SON, Agents. fairs. Tho Brother is almost com- Several states have adopted the He has pletely off of the subject. Shly-SI- x idea of majority verdicts and, so far, Millions a Month. there has not been reported a sinThe volume of Imports has been put on wings and flew away to heavgle objection to the system. In all so great under tho Wilson Under enly things. He is mixed up terriother matters tho majority rules tariff that Instead of bly. It will take him perhaps four oven in the decision of the United receiving seven hundred millions of years to get straightened out again. I Btatcs Supreme Court. dollars net per year for goods which have shot several questions at him The Constitutional Convention of we sel them we were paying them yet he has dodged them all. I chalNew York will no doubt establish a under the present tariff before the lenge him to fold his wings and come worthy precedent In the jury sys- war began at the rate of about one back to solid earth again, to debate tem. Memphis Appeal. hundred millions net for goods which tho subject, "Resolved, that tho they sell us. a change against us of principles, of the Soplalist party, If For A Torpid Liter. nearly eight hundred million dollars, carried out, would greatly benefit tho producing class." millions a month, have used Chamberlain's Tab- - or abbult sixty-si- x "I A brave dog will fight when he Is lets off and on for the past six years if American fctorles and American It Is tho cowardly cur my liver shows signs of he- - workmen were permitted to produco challenged. whenever ing in n disordered condition. They In part of these goods valued at sixty-hav- e that tucks his tall and barks at you always acted quickly and given I six millions per month instead of our from a distance. If tho Brother won't argue politics me the desired relief," writes Mrs. friends across the water everyono Truhus, Springfield, N. V. For who wanted work could ho employ- - he ought never to have Jumped on F. H. If ho wants to argue Bale by All Dealers. cd at good wages double, or two tho Socialists. wages paid religion, I will sick a Methodist and a half times the of abroad for the same work in any lino. preacher on him. Exiled Don, Pet of Child, Die lttol.cn Heart. I have not made this challenge to There Is no way that this standard New York, May 10. Surrounded of wages can ho maintained without Bro. Tinsley for tho purpose of em- by her llttlo friends Edna Gllligan, a sufllcieut tariff to fully cover tho harrassing him. I only want to get S ypars old, daughter of Kdward G. difference in cost of production hero him hack on tho political field where . CI 'liFhii, ownor of the Old Historic Hrlstol (Pa.) Courier. we can advance some sound polltl-and abroad. Inn at Cluson Point, In tho Hronx, cal argument. If the good old gen-- 1 this .pc1c buriml her mt diiK, whidi at Simmons accepts my chal-la- r. the lenKe I wduld treat him as well us I ditl of u broken heart. I " lay after KUiui wtw born Mr. like t'o ho troatod. Suppose Gil' - n prevented to her Dot, a For Infants and Children. that we thrash this subject out ou or Scotch collie puppy, Tb littl girl Tii9 Kind berore July m hi siuuuima, .ucutm-ry- , You Have Always Bougltf dog ercw up together and a '' ' It. A. DAVIS. or Hartford. av'i ii 4 ydr old tbe ft It fetal animal Bcwrs the yr3 t l Kdni from drowning Is Long 2, VAi in KtxlHttld a Com ait to PrutMtlun? anfttuxo pf If au effective luw It pasted pro uppeoreu j .e JblP.il J souua. i ht " i ! . nillng last week and Edna said she overheard her father say that he was to send the dog to Staten Island, Edna took Dot to her bedroom and told Dot to run away and come back every now and then to see her. The animal disappeared on Wednesday but returned Friday. Creeping up to the room of her mistress Dot died. After the dog's funeral Edna said: "Dot died of a broken heart be cause she couldn't stay with us any Davis Comes Hack nt Tinsley. Hack In the Broadway mines there works a man (Geo. T. Tinsley), who says that he has been studying So- clallsm for four years. Yet he says that he can't see anything about it that looks like principle, science, or philosophy. Poor unfortunate fellow! I always feel sorry for those who can't learn. I have seen a number of pupils in school who were dull, but I 'never saw one who couldn't learn something about the principle of n subject within four years. I fear that the dear old brother's head will be as bald as a bat before he can master whole Socialist philosophy. Bro. Tinsley says that "It (Socialism) does seem to have a program and that program seems to me to be utterly to annihilate the principles of peace on earth and good will among men." Gro. Tinsley will you please tell the readers of this paper how Socialism would disturb the peace when there is but little, if any, to disturb. Can there be much good will among men when over two-thirof the world is at war? The face of the earth is being washed with human blood. Millions of men are trying to murder each other. They are fighting on the land and on the sea. They are fighting in the air and in the sea. Millions of men have kissed their loved ones their last Rood bye. Satan has opened wide the gates of hell and mill-Ioof men are marching in. Yet Bro. Tinsley would have you believe that Socialism would annihilate peace ds ns The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In oil Its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive euro now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh belwr a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building un tho constitution nml nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Addreaa: F. J. CHENEY A CO, Toledo. O. Sold by all DrusRlati 7tc Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. $100 Reward. $160 The Towliatan i refTneil, and restful. Itt excel lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II btreets, makes it a desirable headquarters lor bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and colleges. , The Powhatan attracts the people ol culture and education. Its proximity to Slate, War and Mvv Departments, alio to many points ol historical interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub lie. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at $1.30, $2.00 and up Rooms with private bath, JJ SO. $J.OO and up. 'Write for booklet with mip CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager. announce that thvy havu ifortu- a partneratuln for tilio tumoral prac tice of law, crcupt citLmln.il and dlvor casot), Mr. Smith biting County AUor-Uc- y la proveiiUxl f rum practilcliifi suck cc.ixi. Mr. liariK; will Individually In dccvjit Mich practice Otflom Hartford Republican building, H.irt-forK" d, T. A Hi: STHATTO.N OT'I II O M 111 1.1 Ciiimnrll, K, lltiilliinl. Kj. STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Lnw CROMWELLJ - KY. Will practice their profession In this. and djolulng counties. CoUoCtlon. Commercial and Criminal 1'ractlce tv Specialty. Prompt and vigorous service. .Votary in offlco. Y ?&. 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In As a medicinal antiseptic for douches Saventh Stroot, V Funeral Designs. Etc.. see Masonic Templo TAPSCOTT, FLORIST Collier's The National Weekly OWENSBORO, KY. Colliep in Clubs year Until thh aiulcliacsccutc(l c can'otler First Time ' ' CASTOR A t xV o Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhoaul, at a Mill turtlicr fudge: Ben D. Ulngo. Atrornov: W reduction in coni P. Mldklff, 1 Jailer; E. G. Barrass, nection vwtti this Clerk; E. E. Blrkhead, Master Compublication. ( wnen cvcryinu:r tjse j ouacca missioner; R. T. Collins, Trusteo 1 In nervous prostration and ftrr.ak Special Offer to Our Reader Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff. weaknesses they ore the supreme Deputies S. A. Bratcher; Hartford. remedy, as thousands have testified. Krmenizinc tlic crratjlcimnil (or CoiUtr't at office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown nii I lie new pticr, uchavrmailc arrangements to FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Gllmoro Keown. Court convenes first iter it and our own publication eacli one year for the price of Collier 'i alone. Tint I a limited Monday in February and continues STOMACH TROUBLE bffcr and must be taken ad t antace oi promptly. three weeks; third Monday In April, it is the best medicine ever told two woeks; third Monday In October, over a druggist's counter. What You Get jn Collie r't. two weeks. Collirr'$ U the one lutr. independent, fearlfts County Court John B. Wilson, weekly o( the whole country. Not only i it the Judge; V. C. Blankenship, Clerk; food citizen's hand book hut it i a!o a C. E. Smith, Attorney, IJartford. magazine for the wlroJe family. Among the Unites that a year's ubcription icivci atei Court convenes first Monday in each YOU month. 1000 Editorial! Quarterly Court Begins on the 60O Nw Photo. 250 Short Articles first .Monday In every month. 150 Short Slorte. Court of Calms Convenes first 100 lllu.tratrd Teaturea Tuesday In January and first Tues 2 Complete Norela day in October. Collier's Other County Officers C. S. Mox-loTreatment $250UfcCA Surveyor, ForUsvllle, Ky It. Hartford Republican for WEAK P. D. No. 2; Tom Mines, Assessor, y tj LUNGS or Olaton. Ky.; Oina Shults, Superin tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. KUcy, T. II. Benton. CONSUMPTION Coroner, Hartford; .Hoad Engineer, Hartrord. JUSTICES' CObUTS. Cd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft- feelintr. couohs. nains on i,i Mnn,i,,r. i that tired. tih,m.. ft jn chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak er 3d Monday in June,' Tuesday aft- er 3d Monday in September, Tues "'"""'i'"""' WM .box 6t6 day after M MonUay in December. OH 0 MED HA! Hfi w, w.. 0, coiUMBUS, L. A. McDanlel, Rockport, Friday McCAIX PATTERNS Celebrated for style, perfect ft, shnrillcitr in after 3d Monday In March, Friday reliability nearly 41 jeara. bold In nearly every city and town in the United butes and after 3d MonJday in June, Friday Canada, or by mall direct. More told than after 3d Monday in Soptember, TlieThrice-a-Wee- k Edition any oincr maae. acna lor iree catalogue. Friday after 3d Monday In DeMcCALL'S MAGAZINE cember. Wore aubsenbers than any othet fashion Of The York World S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday mieszino million a month. Imaluable. I.aU c siyics. pjtierni, dressmaking, millinery, after 3d Monday in March,, Wedplain aewlna;, fancy needlewoik.halrdressinr. nesday after 3d Monday In June, etiquette, rood stories, etc. Only V) cents year (worth doublr '). includinr a freo nattein. Wednesday after 3d Monfday in SopSubscrrSe today, ar send for sample oopy. Practically u Dally ut The Trice of a tember; Wednesday after 3d MonWUNBtJirUL INDUCEMENTS day in December. Weekly. No other Newspaper to Agents. Postal brlnga premium cataiorut R. C. Tichenor, Centertpwn, Satand new cash priza offers. Address in the World Gives so Much urday after 3rd Monday in each I McCAU CO. eiUMW.HUsSt. NtW TOM month. at so Low a Price. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday after 2d Monday in March, Tuesday The year 1914 has been the' most after 2d Monday In May, Tuesdaysua CURE LUMCS after 3d Monday in August. Tuesextraordinary in the history of mod- May after 2d Monday in November. WedS. Dean, Dundee, W. ern times. It has witnessed the outw nesday after the second Monday la break of the great European war, March, Wednesday after 3d Monday a struggle so titanic that It makes In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday In August, Wednesday after 2d Monall others look small. day In November. Ben F. Rice, Pondsvlllo, Tuesday You live in momentous times, and after 2d Monday In March, Thursyou should not miss any of the tre- day after 2d Monday In May, ThursAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. mendous events that are occurring. day after 2d Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday In NoGUARANTEED BATISFAOIOBY, No other newspaper will inform you vember. OB MONEY REFUNDED. Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftwith the promptness and cheapness Monday In March, Friday after er 2d edition of the 2d .Monday in May, PrWay after 3d ,of tho Thrlce-n-Wee- k New York World. Moreover, a year's Monday in August, Friday after 2d Monday In November. suuscrintIon to it will take you far HARTFORD POMCE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Fogle, City Attorney; J, P. Stevens, . PROCim''OANDDtrCMPCD.,,J-"'''aIf'n eek World's The Thrlco-A-. r - rt. t I re i L.. . Marshal; Court coucnes 6ocoiud Mon: v" a eJ' 1 ', Low to ouaui imuuu. nib 4 u .n day In each month. subscription prlco Is only $1.00 tipj.i.iUt . Ill ALI. COU.ITHIC3 . City Council J. C. Her. Maor; R. li 4j,'lon m.n nn,l j0r year, nnd this pays for ICC Ht'ihattl ' npfaini. T. Collins, Clerk; J. K. Bean, Treast r""..'r' ana fracuci UC u. y, e, B.i-net- t. I)0rs Wo offtjr thls unQauai0(j news. urer. Members of Council J. Capt. A. D. White. A U. 110 tizlta pupur nml but ValM r't faUst oacs, W. H. GUtante. W. H". Barnes, 0. M. v;oain&ioN, o. o. DEB THbMiAUTKOltD IHtPl'HMCAN Crowe. it Hartford Board Education J. II. togatlior for'ono yer for 1.05. 0. M. Baruett, R. Ciriox 'Xi regular siibtfiriptiun price of See.? B. W. Olu'inJn.: Treag.; R. T. ColFord, the two papers Is S2.00, ling, J. D. Duke. ' ili. EKectrS Bitter S Directory Count; Ciilo Collitt'i hai l)co sold at $5.50. Now l lie price is $2.50 it mM WILL TAKE OUR FREE y, nsHksisw run-dow- n )tZ.t)U JfiSffffe "a t S2 ta I KILLthe COUCH the Dr. King's New Discovery . ,..,,, .. U regu-Huma- j. . .! ld lf, '" iiiint-sirtr- . - 1 L w BULGARIAN KING AND PRINCES ' , t Children Cry for Fletcher's COULD SCARCELY ':': PHKJMBajsHflB9Ki LaUHtSBMfialiraBBBIi yllMraaWJs! 4 ? if t MBtiflaPWMf ? H 'Ai'ri''"''' :' :" ' ' .j ' S, WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- I vt...aiMMk a H ' I wMHB ' BBHIl m cent Was Unable to Attend to believe I would have died if ( taken it. hadal Tlio Kind ou llnvo Always Untight, nnrt which has hccn In mo for over tfO years has hornotho s;nutitru of. nnil lias been mado under lta pcr- srtf ..., , Bonal supervision sinco Its Infa.try. CZjCJM-Allow tio one to deceive you in tliH. All Counterfeits, Imitations nml aro i:iiriiiiiMils that trlflo with ami endanger tho Jie:lt!ihut of Julants anil Children Experience against Experiment;. Any of Her Housework After I began taking Cardui, I vm greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. Ti BEaiaWsaaw; k.At9B' ''''S. "tTimf-us-gun- 'aaffiP'Su - taBSaKiulK d" harmless Hnhstltuto for Castor Oil, Inro-fcor- ir. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other 'areollo Mihstanee. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worm: nd allays Fcvcrlshness. For more than thirty years it has heen In constant usu for tho relief of Constipation., Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles ami lHarrluea. It regulates tho Stomach and ISowcIs, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. CnMorla Is What is C ASTORIA a HI HSibRiJSm fTjJfiiratt'WlBBpiisf4,, Llawife3W?vVraW V mmStm HRsF Jr'Tr Jp3MVSaBaRiSft;aH)iHE7HBL'KiBBa I fattened up, and grew so much suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like aa three summers," writes Mrs. Waiter other person altogether." Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardui is purely vegelabie and gentle-actin- g. last time, was my worst. Its ingredients have a mild, tonls I had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. prostration, and was scarcely able (o Cardui makes for increased strength, walk about. Could not do any of my Pleasant" Hill, N. C.- -"I housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to 'try Caxdui. the woman's tonic, and t firmly GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of NKtir'. ' 5fc ' iaiM.4.y. . HAEb3a.Ean.v d. ;o..h,k .......B. 'ii31k J.tSMKSaHBBBBHBHBBBBQSMBjWBmM(,9ty.w;tSfetfife-ttxjwS-r- :i.By .. T y 1 - . CJ St iaT .r v,?v. , $ j ' improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make palo. sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a millioB weak women, duiing the past 50 years. It wilt surely do for you, what it hat done for them. Try Cardui today. Write to: Chattanooga tlructions on Treatment for Women," nur rase ALWAYS inniiiMimiiniiigiiiKiinimnniimnniinimiminMimini v.fcytAiwMj,v "". WW A Wsw.V? n iHiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii-jiiiiiniii- MeJIdnt Co., LadlV A. 2Lsy$fffl&&u The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCHTaUW OOMPAMT. TT King I'erdlnand of Hulgarla, the crown iirlnce and I'rlnce Carl leaving the cathedral at Stara Zagora. snt ard bnokr. las slain wraowr. Hani MUHflAr ITnttT. HtW YORK CITY. 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"Tombstone" of Ar.cient Egypica as a part of its national SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE tian Monarch. aeroplane competition, beginning July The THE HAKTFORD REPUBLICAN A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH 4, next, the club announced. The greatest monument In tho world competition, as stated In the club's ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. Is the Great Pyramid of Egypt, which recent announcement. Is designed to was built nearly six thousand years assist the war and navy departments ago. It was built by Cheops, king ol In developing aviation corps for the Egypt, who, following the example of National Guard and naval militia, and previous kings, wished to have a mag- also to demonstrate the practicability nificent tombstone, so that he would of mail carrying by aeroplane to Isobe remembered. It is certain that tho lated places. thousands of men who were engaged "To carry the competition Into in building It worked under the lash. every state, the contest committee of $1.35 The result is Cheops Is always put the Aero club has outlined three main ThrRepoblican and Louisville Herald down as a tyrant. routes," says the transcontinental . ...,.' 1.75 According to Herodotus, the ancient statement. "Every aviator In Amer- The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at Greek historian, 100,000 men were at ica will be able to reach one of these 1.50 work on It for 20 years. It covers an routes at some point by a cross coun- The Republican and Home and Farm area of 13 acres and contains 7,000,-00- 0 try flight of moderate length. The Inquirer 1.75 ton3 of masonry. It was built In contest committee believes that there The Republican and lasers, over two hundred In number, will be many aviators who, in flying 3.50 und then the edges were filled In to for the dally cross country prizes of The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald m.iko the sides smooth. The stone $100 a day, will And themselves on 3.50 uauy uwensooro inquirer used varied In weight from two tons the way across the continent in pur- The JttEPUBLiCAW and to 60 tons. When It was built it was suit Of this aim, and who will find It The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 about 4S0 feet high nnd the sides were to their advantage to keep on In an gain tho sea to sea prize." ' effort to each 775 feet long. 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer Ocean-to-ocean OUR CLUBBING RATES. ro . ITALIAN SOCIALISTS WILLING TO FIGHT FARE 7r!5m&j& laaaV.Ti rrrim HMSEjwya i $322 jMILY J k: Hiint. fcssssssSssaia'Mff'iSv iv-la-- . r;-!- BETWEEN . xSfiV CtEVfil MID 'r The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 i h in nu a - Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. THE SEWING MA OF QUALITY.) iitsawaaiTrV71IlaaaMMMaaViM ain baBIMPKgrSiiiBPW?7 r:TfK--- "m, I gT 'Y Th-- i SVjVasLj worli SXacpIn m "Um 9KWrKm tKtmBBm 1 lJaaaaL4 S 'OTYOrEECw.tlona l.rrMtMd noJt eoatly stoamtr oa any InUnd tratar f On aeomai4 ? '- nMaie.ntSt.m. . "CITY OF BU1TALO" CLEVELAND Daily, May 1st to Dec for, KUar. jour ticket mient for lleeu via C. ft n. Llna. 2t BUFFALO o NEW NOT :NK USE LI V-VER-- .t Buffoto . & fSS JSaS .Vi . .... i. n, hi. I ..atl . to ctfVBCpoatajoand mibntf. Alaosult ..! CO. M THE CLEVELAND ". & BUFFALO TRANSIT CITlad. Ohio UNDER ANY 80LD rjSSZ The opposition to Italy's participation socialists of that country has largely abated and some ot them have even organtzod a battalion. Lieutenant Labayola, assigned by the government to train them, Is bore seen drilling a squad In Milan. In the war on the part of the OTHER NAME. HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. FeeUrteht all tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomoJ keepa yo when pleasant Liv- - Vtr-La- x on your feet, while relievingyour troul-lo- . Safer too, and easy to take. Don't tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation A natural remedy, natural in its actions, suro in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long before Liv- - Vtr-La- x completely displace calomel in everY home. Children can tako it freely an with perfect Bafety. Every bottle guaranteed. 60c and $1 In bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness and signature of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by J. H. WILLIAMS, - HarUord. Kj. good remedy a JTHOS. E. MOSSi and Plasterer, Decorator Contractor. I t i Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can give any reference defeired. uui me on mrttora Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. t HMIMIMmWHHWH Temperamental Hen. About three weeks ago one of Mr. J. II. Dickson's roosters got into a fight and came homo .all bloody and eyes closed and one of tho hens became despondent and Jumped on the paling fence and hung herself, but her sister broke her bold and I doctored the rooster and got him all lnS-LIthe mm) right, and the next jveek, the day bejl Described. fore Oeorge Washington's birthday, 1ffli to buy. "I bear he's written a popular book." be got into a fight again and came having a remarkable "Yes. It's home all done up, and ro the same If you waut a sewing machine, write for ben saw him and went to the same sale." or Uteet catalogue, before you purchase. "Ob, It's one of those untrue to life place and bung herself again, but this Hh Nsw Home Img Mac&iM Co., Oratgt, Kan time we failed to see her in time, as tales, then?" Detroit Free Press. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchaao tho NUH" HOME you will she was about gone when Mr. Dick- have a lire asset at the price you pay, and will son found her, and so I dressed her. Dot have an end leu chain of repair. Wo-ha- d her for Georgo's birthday dinQuality ner. This hen was laying every day. '"'''JT Mr. Dickson and my father subscribe for your paper, nn(1 they wero both it u the witnesses to tjils. Hernando Correspondent Memphis Commercial-Appea- l JLAvW Cheapest F Ell 7)ffi2H) JlBKa i In th Is Di U1W Aatl-J?ul- i'UU. BmrertrmthhnMmm&KUmwa .tafti&.aL.dcfl9i ifMMBjisart iusvyr'Mri iw r - Kentucky Rural Credit Association JAMES President GOVERNOR E3. -- i McCREARY, WARNING! Next week will be our last week in your county. If you To Ihe farmers of Ohio county: would like to borrow money at 5 per cent, running from 1 to 50 years, become a member of this organization before it is too late. i i. C. M. DERR 6 SON, in that gas bids fair to be used more Making 11 .Memory. court houso door In Hartford on the widow's and more, possibly by all the contend-enemPresident Wilson has signed an Monday, tho 7th day of June, 1915. does not bringhoraostead and If It a sufficient; amount ers. A radical shakcup in the Brit-gar- executive order changing the nnmo nbout ono o'clock p. m upon a to pay tho debts of decedent and tho lsh Cabinet was announced lost night, of Culebra Cut to Oaillard Cut. The credit of six and twelve months, the costs of this action, then I will sell The most interesting change is the great work Is thus made a monument following described Monday. property, 20 ncres joutrlght , which n to a faithful American transfer of Winston Spencer Italy. Italy, the eleventh nation soldier, whose Being a tract of parcel land In tract Is bounded and described aH ill. First Lord of the Admiralty, to name is unfamiliar to most Ameri- uiuo County, to nter the world war, has thrown Kentucky, bounded follows: the Chancellorship of the Duchy of cans, but who should bo known and and described as follows: gage of battle to Austria. down the Beginning at Mrs. Harriet Lancaster, Arthur J. Balfour, the honored by nil Americans. The Austrian and Italian troops, in On the North by the lands of Bab west corner; thence West to former leader of the Opposition., tak- Col. David du Bose Gaillard was a vaBt numbers, are arrayed against ing the Admiralty portfolio. David member of the. Isthmian Canal Com- bitt; on the West by tho lands of Ike Brown's corner, a beech: thenco each other along the mountainous Cnlloway; on tho South by tho lands with Brown's line North, so as to Chancellor of the mission, and he was speciaflcally In frontier. Most of Austria's warVlrge Renfrow, and on the East Includo enough to make 20 acres on Exchequer in the old Cabinet, will charge of the central division of the of ships are at pola, the great Austrian Norway. The Norwegian steamer by the Innds of Sam Smallwood, tho south end of Ben. Neighbor's navnl port in the Adriatic. The Ital- Minerva was sunk by a German sub- - be Minister of Munitions in the new zone, extending from Gatun to Pedro containing S4 acres, about and land, and being a part of tho abovo Miguel. He was the man who had ian 'fleet, powerful in dreadnoughts, marine and the crew was landed by j one' which land was Inherited by deced- tract of land described herein. direct charge of the work at Cule- ent from put to sea from Spezia weeks ago un- the Iris at Newcastle. The captain his father and was in tho The purchaser will bo required to The Dardanelles. der the command of the Duke of the of the Iris reported that after he had Attesting to the bra. For six years he labored In possession of decedent at the time execute bond with approved security the unhealthy climate, persisting In of his death and has Abruzzl, a cousin of King Victor rescued the crew the submarine fired extremely sanguinary character of been in the and its whereabouts is not a torpedo at his boat, narrowly miss the recent land fighting at the Dar- carrying through the work he had actual possession of decedent con- Immediately after sale. This 14th day of May, 1915. spite of the advice of tinuously for more danelles, at present known. The official pro- ing her. where the British and undertaken in than 25 years. ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD, clamation signed by the King fixed French are seeking to dislodge the friends and physicians. His health In making the Master Commissioner. d May .24 as the commencement of the Turks, there came was undermined, and he died In 1913. first sell alb. of sale ordered I will 46t3 Russia In the East Russia ha3 said land subject to Heavrin & Kirk, Attorneys. war,-nu- t almost immediately the Ital- - begun a new offensive, the advance ,ast n"teht a list of 919 casualties a martyr to duty, and as true a hero Ian Ambassador at Vienna presented of the Austro-Germaseemingly among the Auustrlans engaged in as any man who ever wore the uni the Austrian Foreign Offlce with the havinc been checked. Vienna for tn,s enterprise. The Turkish losses form of the United States. Inasmuch as Col. Gaillard's name formal declaration, and shortly after ( the first time in several weeks, has apparently have been greater, as it ww-uermany instructed ner AmDas-- : failed In the latest official cummunl-ado- r was necessary for them on Sunday is almost unknown to the nation It at Rome, Prince von Buelow, to ' cation to make claims of successes last to secure an armistice to bury Is well that his memory he made cer.e the Italian capital with the in Gallcia, where the Teutonic allies their dead, 3,000 of whom lay piled tain by an enduring monument, and Austro-Hungarihis own work is the greatest and fitAmbassador, Bar- - have been driving the Russians be-- before the British trenches. test of monuments". Just now, when on voir Macchio. In an official state- - fore them. The Austro-Germain ' Europe is producing her heroes of ment issued at Berlin the German this region generally have been Thursday. oovernment says by this attack thrown out of the defensive, accord Italy. King Victor Emmanuel'has war, her heroes of destruction, It Is against the dual monarchy Italy also ing to the Russian War Offlce. taken command of the military and peculiarly pleasing to honor the mem has broken her alliance with Germanaval forces, and is enroute incognito ory of a soldier of peace, a hero who From the Cleveland ny, and adds that the loyal relation France. The British commander- - to the front. The Italians who have ' constructed. ship existing between Austria-Hun- in:hlef on the continent. Field Mar crossed the Austrian frontier to the,Plaln Dealer gary and the German Empire remains shal Sir John French, reports the east, along a front of sixty miles ' Duroc Pigs For Sale. unimpaired. of some of the trenches ward the Isonzo River, have not yet Duroc pigs of the very best breedby British troops because of the use met with any serious opposition. In Ilula. The Russians, with strong of asphyxiating gas shells by the Ger- - j' fact no important battle is expected ing now ready for delivery. Price, have crossed the man aritllery to the east of Ypre3, until the Invaders reach the river, as $10. Pedigree furnished. San confluence with the Vistula and where the Germans broke through it is here that the Austrians are es 44t3 BARRETT BROS. are advancing southward In an effort the British line in several places. tablished. Route 3. Beaver Dam, Ky. to out-flathe Germans, wlio cross- The British troops, however, have Sheriff's Sale. ed the San in the vicinity of Jaroslau. made a new progress in the strateThe Dardanelles. The British batBy virtue of execution no. 700 They are also striking hard at the gically territory to the north of La tleship Triumph has been sunk in the from the Clerk's offlce "of the Auatrians in Bukowlna, but appar- Basse. 4, Dardanelles, according to official anOhio Circuit Court in favor of J. W. ently have made no further headway nouncement made last night. Cooper In the suit of J. W. Cooper United States. TJie German reply there, nor with their offensive in the vs. K. V. Williams, Ed Cooper and Opatow region. The fatter offensive, to the American note has been still ' Although called upon to J. B. Wilson, for the sum of $182.50 Kussla however, was a moyemept to uncover further delayed by the preoccupation fncp nnnthpr unpmv In Ttnlv r . nhnm with Interest thereon at the rate of ' le t,erman name in Gallcia, which it 01 me uerman Foreign Qfflce with troops . have crossed the eastern bor- per cent, from the 12th day of developments. partly succeeded In dqtng. In the Italian der, the Austrians and Germans have Peeember 1910, and also for the fur-nTiajjle provinces the Germans claim f relaxed their efforts on the other .flier aum of $25.05 eost therein io b.vo defeated the Russian northWednesday. In Middle Gallcia they have pended, I or one of my deputies will ern YSr.g in the region of Shavll and Italy.- - -- Austria has struck first resumed the offensive against the offenfor sale at the courthouse door also-thave repulsed tho Russian at- with her navy and aircraft along Russlana a,onB the Rlver San- ln Hartford. Ohio county, Kentucky, .1 tacks from the Dubysa and Nieman c,a,m have met with further sue on Monday June 7. 1915, between n'wTnl' .h! ZUTJt Rivers. cess, while in Flanders and. Artots the hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m troops across the northeastern fronGermans continue, according to the folowlng described property lev- Krw.ce. In the west there has tier and occupying a stretch of Aus the French report, to make furious led on as the property of said K. V. CUMBERLAND been a series of attacks along the trian torrttnFV nlAncr lif PIvak Tann. the attacks to regain . ground lost in re- - Williams: groater part of the line, but no ac- zo. Thus, although Field Marshal . ,, ...... lot of ground In the A U1.u & ". ItUllUHl tion of first importance. von Hlndenburg, who has a reputa- vv.,1. ..cults uuu lu liuiu IMUb Willi;!! COMPANY they took from the British la the re- - southern part of Beaver Dam, Ohio INCORPORATID tion for forcing matters, is reported giou county, Ky., bounded as follows, viz: of Ypres. Tho An Dardanelles. official to be In command of Austro-Germa- n Beginning at a stone, E. P. Taylor's BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. statement glren out by the French troops along the new front, Italy, ln FrHiice Except for the German corner in tho Morgantown & Hartsays that a British subma- a sense, has forestalled htm. yesterday admit! en that the British nave rap- - ford road; thence N 185 feet to a rine in tho Dardanelles sank two Turstono, C. D. Chick's corner; thence kish torpedo boats and two trans Germany. The German claims twrrd part of their trenches to the N 88; 235 feet to Harry Waddle's ports, one of them filled with troops. for the day embrace both east and nort'.i.iist of Ulvonchy, the rjpovls with Maplo street S. u corner; thence of the belligerent headquarter The note also says that two Turkish west, notably around Ypres and to contradict each othur, one 2 E. 186 feet to a stono, E. P. Taydivisions, commanded by Gen. Liman north of Przemysl. In the latter re corner, thence with said E. P. von Sanders in person, mado a fur- gion It is announced that Gen. Mack Bh'e claiming gains, .while ih other lor's Taylor's line, to an alley and crossing The first bath room for which I am given t:,at a11 attacktt wero ious attack on the English troops ensen is again moving froward and with heavy losses. So ur as thejBamo m samo direction 204 feet to contract, provided same is made within near Kaleh Tepo and were repulsed taking a colossal number of prls- m howe-.cr- . west is concerned, the the beBlnnlnR- - The alley mentioned with heavy losses. oners. the next month. If in need of other build-,n tn,s deed u not conveyed and Is fighting as has been the caso for , ing material see me. months, cons Ists arctiy of trench uu i"-- " "' touvuyance. Turkey. The three largest allied United States. From a usually Terms, six months credit with apPowers, England, Russia and France, source it was learned warfare. proved security. ismicd a Jolpt note yesterday saying last night that the Administration S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. To The Public. that Turkish officials would be held expects the. German note to be satisBy S. A. BRATCHER.D. S. 44t3 personally responsible for massacres factory to tho American people by It has come to my attention that of Armenian Christians. These mas- taking the following stand: It has been reported and Is now beMaster Commissioner's Sale. sacres are said to have been commitAssuring this Government that the ing circulated in some parts of the Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. ted by Kurds aud Turkish residents killing of neutrals In the war zoue county that I have been refused a C. M. Barnett, Admr., of the estate of Armenia, will cease. warrant of arrest for so called "Posof Ben Neighbors, deceased, Declining to abandon submarine sum Hunters,, on account of tho rePlaintiff, 1 Tuesday, warfare against merchant ships in cent raid on me and other members vs. Italy. Italy has entered into a the war zone. of my mother's family. Bell Neighbors, et al., Defendants. pledge not to make seperate peace By virtue of a judgment and. or A postal costing one cent, might save you some good money These reports are incorrect. I on Kiiglund. The British War Offlce have neither asked nor requested of der with any nation at war with the AlBuilding material this year, by bringing to you our prices on anyof sale of the Ohio Circuit Little time elapsed between the admits that the British have been un- auyone that such warrant be issued. Court rendered at the October lies. thing you may need in this line. Let us uote you our price on Lumdeclaration of war and actual fight- able entirely to reform, their Hue ber, Builders Hardware, Roofing, either Metal, Felt or Suinglea term, 1914, ln the above cause, for AIBERT W. SHORT, ing between Italy and Austria. Aus- dented by tho Germans east of Ypres, Hartford Ky., May 2G, 1915. Paints or Wire Fence. We will qdote you price. Freight paid to the purpose of paying the debts of your railroad Station. Write for prices. trian aeroplanes and torpedo boats and this dovotalls with the German decedent and dividing the remain descended on the Ithallan coast of claims of advances in their reglou of Notice. der, it any, among the defendants as interesting Anybody wanting to buy a Monu- their respective interests may apthe Adriatic aud bombarded many Flanders' The most FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY towns, including Venice, while in tho statement ln the British announce- ment or a tombstone, write or call pear, after paying the costs herein Tyrol Italian and Austrian advance ment Is that "with due precautions," me. Phone 2 on 1. a reasonable attorIncurred and Wilson, Mgr. PORD8VILLB, KY. guards have clashed. Throughout gas attacks can be "met and defeat LESLIE WHITE, agent. ney's fee for plaintiff, I will offer Batzetown, Ky. .Austria and Germany there Is bitter ed." This is particularly pertinent, for sale by public auction at the LATEST WAR NEWS denunciation of Italy, this country displacing England as the most hated Rumania, Greece and Bui- have made no move. It 3 re- ported that the Italian consul at Constantinople has been killed. Italy's of war against Austria renewed activity among the diplo-- . y Presl- mats at Washington. dent Wilson will Issue a neutrality proclamation. To-da- y. ia to-wl- t: 20-ac- Church-declaratio- Bab-bltt'- H Lloyd-Georg- e, J Em-mdnu- strong-intrenche- , ! Telephones on Low an I . Farms at Rates ... ? ""vi ot ts. If there is no telephone on your farm write for our Free Booklet telling: how you may get Service at 50 cents par month and up. A postal will do! Address:- r, 5 Farmers' Line Department. TELEPHONE ... TELEGRAPH con-fnu- BI Will Install at Absolute Cost M I " ""'.'' well-inform- S PAUL WOODWARD, Contractor WHAT CENT WILL DO! ! 'f vlkc (