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The Hartford republican: June 4, 1915 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 hao1915060401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 4, 1915 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fye Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV11. GERMAN REPLY HUwtioxb DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE Eejmbfitm OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ I per Year 'No. 47" HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1915. Berlin on tho reception of the forththat no one of his type Is better CLEAR PATH RESERVE BANKS coming communication. known or has maintained a more con- DEMOCRATS Deep Concentration. ciliatory attitude toward the ProThe outward calm In exccutlvo gressives, whoso support is desir NOT SATICFACTORY quarters, emphastcd the deop coned. UNTRIED MOB centration and earnest attention At any rate, It can be said without which President Wilson and his ad- fear of successful contradiction that visors are giving to tho situation. tho Republicans of this State will Will Not Have Op- give Fairbanks their cordial and loy- So Says has Senator Tillman Disregards ClaimsSet Up by The president. It la understood, prac Enormous Amount of Money Indianan been much Impressed With the al support at tho national convention position Home. Held Idle. and that unless he refuses to become of Congress. Washington Government. tlcalty unanimous verdict of American editorial opinion that tho Gera candidate they will do everything man answer Is not realty an answer, they can in his behalf. but an evasion of the greater issues Actually Take From The People Hoosier Delegation Will Stand Attempt To Spike Guns of U. S. Fort. Laws Enacted Last Two Years Prompt Answer Will Be Demand of law and humanity. His close adSolidly Behind The Ex-Vivisers say he regards It as a true reFunds They Might Borrow Port Townscnd, Wash., June 1... Crude And Faulty To ed in Second Note To Be flection of the opinion of tho coun An attempt to put out of commission, President in Convention. of Local Banks. try and will endeavor by his action the big guns at Fort Worden and . Last Degree. Sent At Once. to express It. Fort Flagler, guarding the entrance in his to Puget Sound, was made several Tho president Indicated Indianapolis, Ind., May 27. By Assett. speech yesterday at Arlington that days ago, It became known today and on hand, all Washington, D. C, June 4. "As withdrawing as a prospective candl- Washington, June 1. President he hoped to have the widest counsel Cash kinds $267,394,000.00 date for the presidential nomination, as a result visitors have been barred compared with the Republicans we' in tho present situation,. While ho Moneys from tho forts in this district. It "illao'n determined to day the United loaned at Inare an 'untrained mob with little James E. Watson, of Rushvllle, has Stutes mush ascertain definitely, and wants a second reply .within a day 36,478,000.00 cleared up a situation that promised Is reported that breech blocks of knowledge of parlamentary law and terest or two to indicato to Germany the guns were removed and the four very promptly in apInvestments Germany with very little effective knowledge from no end of embarrassment to tho loading mechanism damaged. earnest purpose of the United proved securities 24,628,000.00 of the rules." leaders In Indiana. It will whether tho Imperial government States to have a prompt understandThe discovery followed a report not- - bo necessary for them to choose Deposited in other Senator Tillman, Democratic senintends in future to bo guided by the ing without protracted discussions, that Fort Worden had been photoFederal Reserve between Watson and Charles Warren graphed In ator from South Carolina, spoke he Intends to go over the new note, accepted principles of International detail by persons who had 8,254,000.00 Fairbanks, as the former has declared Banks these words In an address to the law nil (I rights of neutrals or follow carefully with Counselor Lansing Ml other resources 9,437.000.00 publicly that Indlana'is for Fairbanks surreptitiously entered the grounds. United States Senate. In the light and legal officer; of tho government Tho photographers gave the relative Its own rules of marine warfare. and that ho will support him. bofore It is dispatched. locations of the big guns and the of subsequent events they have be$346,691,000.00 The significance of an Impromptu hidden The president listened to varied come a warning and a prophecy. Secrotary Hedfleld was the only batteries. Liabilities. speech Watson made at the Greens- expressions of opinion nt a meeting member absent today. Secretary The laws enacted within the last Up to the time of these discoveries burg love-feaa few days ago Is now automobiles with sight two years are crude and faulty to tho of the cabinet, taking little part In Houston had hurried here from the Deposits from memseers were : .$297,210,000.00 ber banks dawning'on the Republicans who fail the discussion himself. Later he West to bo present. permitted to visit the elevation last degree. As Illustrative of this Net amount of Feded to grasp It at first. It seemed to where begun tho preparation of a nolo to Secretaries Lane, Garrison. Dan- tho batteries are located, b.ut fact, a few notable examples of the eral reserve notes have been overlooked at the lovefeast now be dispatched before the end of the ieIa. viuon nmi Bryan walked to orders have been Issued for- - many blunders contained in the tariff 10.389,000.00 that Watson had made It possible for In circulation wiek, ombobdylng his own Ideas and lhe Whlte House, while Secretary bidding any person to visit the bat- bill alone have been hitherto pub 1,365,000.00 tho entire.Republlcan organization In what seemed to him to bo the con Houston, Postmaster General Bur AH other liabilities teries without a special permit from lished. Capital paid in 36,727.000.00 Indiana to get behind Fairbanks by sensus of his ofllcial family. "Lest we forget," a brief summary leson and Attorney General Gregory the commanding declaring that this State will have but who receive them officer and those of these examples follows, merely to Ileply Is Unresponsive. camo in their carriages. Secretary accommust.be $346,691,000.00 one presidential candidate, and that The verdict of a majority of the Bryan was the last to arrive and emphasize the general principle of ; panied by a guard. It Is to be noted that the combin- Fairbanks jwlll have that honor. cabinet was the German reply was went into the cabinet room, declininaccuracy prevailing In the Demo- - ' For several months Watson has Final Effort is Made to Save The Life cratlcUaws:, unresponsive, unsatisfactory, disre- ing to discuss any phase of the for- ed assets of the twelve regional banks Of this bben regarded as a probable candiamount to $346,691,000. garded the good will of the United eign situation. 1 The tariff bill as a whole was a . of Leo M. Frank. they have loaned at interest date for the Presidency. Whatever States, doubted Its faith, and dis, first time in1 'several For the Atlanta, May 31. The hearing of blunder, because It was a reyenue interest-bearing encouragement and invested in he gave to the 'men Leo M. Frank's application for a measure that produces iuany millions , claimed all blame for the destruc- weeks the meeting was held In the securities $24,628,000; total who were boosting trim is not a mattion of mcrchantment with American cabinet room In the executive ofof dollars less than were needed, a earntng interest $61,106,000. ter of public knowled.ee. It Is a fact commutation of the death sentence depleted Treasury being lives. Recently he, meetings Jhave money fices. the reto life Imprisonment was completed per cent of the that '"many Indiana Re- here late today before the state pris- sult. Tho questions of fact raised by been held In the president's study This is equal to 17 , total assets of the Institutions. This publicans believed that Watson might on commission. The commission's Germany was regarded as Irrelevant In the White Ifquse. 2 The provision for a flVe per means that the balance of the assets go to thea national convention as a at this time. recommendation probably will be cent discount in duties oa merchan. ' Say "dark horse" and land the presiden The trend of opinion-w- as the Would Shut out Anna ami Cease are Idle and transmitted within the next ten days --dlse imported in American vessels, f the average rate of Interest obtained tial nomination. United States must Inquire and obImporting Food. to tne governor, who will take final involving millions of dollars, was da- - '" per Several weeks ago it was reported action on the appeal. No opposition tain ten early answer as to whether Washington, June 1. An embargo for the loans and securities is 3 elated Imperative by the Attorney " Germany Intends to recognize the 'against exports of arms to Mexico cent per annum, which would mean that Watson called on Fairbanks at a to the application has been pre General over, a year ago, and went hiyorto accepted principle that neu- - and against Imports of foodstuffs to gross earnings for the twelve insti- hotel In Pasadena, Cal where Fair sented. to the Court of Customs Appeals. tutions of $1,833,180, or $152,795 banks was spending the winter, and trau may travel anywhere on the the United States as a step In The principal features of the pro3 Another provslon affecting hum " seas on unarmed merchant Uevtng famine conditions below the for each one. This means that the talked with him regarding the situa ceedings which began this morning dreds of business concerns is before gross earnings are equal to a fraction tion. Watson, at that time, had an ships, whether or not such vessels R0 Grande was proposed to-dto consisted of a letter written a few the same court because of the carry contraband, and that merch- - President Wilson by Miss Mabel less than 5 per cent of the paid-i- n idea that he might make the race. He months before his death by Judge L. sertion of an obscure phrase in that anmen which do not resist capture Bonrdman, of the Executive Com- capital of $36,727,000; but the com- discussed the matter with Fairbanks, S. Roan, who presided at the Frank neither customs officials, lawyers nor bined institutions hold on deposit for and is said to have told him that trial, in which he sought clemency mune be visited, and searched, and Jmlttee of the American Red Cross, business men affected could under- passengers transferred to a place of ' Reports to the Red Cross and the the member banks their reserve neither he nor Fairbanks would stand or the prisoner, and a statement by stand. . safety before the vessel Is destroy-- ; state Department Indicated that in funds, which amount to $297,210,-j- a ghost of a show it both entered the Mrs. Frank describing . her hus4 A vital provision in the income ed. the presence of famine, foodstuffs uuu. inis, logeuier wuu wo wayuui, running. band's actions the night after Mary tax law, a part of the tariff bill, rebelonging to It is reported that as skillful as Phagan's murder, and denying ru- lating tOjdeductlons allowed ia com Cut Off Diplomatic Relations. to makes a total of cash are being shipped out An unfavorable answer to this In- the United States, Cuba and else- the member banks, represented by possible he gav? Fairbanks an oppor mors of estrangement between her- puting gross income, must go to the . quiry would lead, It was predicted where and, in the United States, is stock and deposits, of $333,937,000. tunity to say that he would not be a self and Frank. courts like hundreds of dollars. The gross earnings on these comi candidate, but that Falrbanks.who Is in official quarters, to a severance of being sold cheaper than over the 5 The entire income tax provision blned assets is equal to a little the noted for bis caution, refused to comdiplomatic relations on the ground Mexican line. Demonstration Farms. -has been pronounced the Taxation one-ha- lt of one per cent. From mit htmself-furthe- r than to say that The United States could, we think Committee of the American Bar As-- , that the United States could not As an experiment the Red Cross rise of continue In Intercourse with a gov- food supplies will be sent to Ameri- this must come the operating ex- when both "returned to Indiana the profitably imitate an example set by sociatlon, a nonpartisan body, "as ernment which repudiated these can Consuls who will form responsi- penses of the twelve regional banks, discussion might be renewed. Watson the Dominion of Canada in the line open to the gravest objections both. governing returned from California fully con- of promotion of agriculture. The reprinciples. ble local committees to distribute together with that of the in structure and specific defects," A decision to base the American them, The dispatch of two carloads board at Washington, consisting of vinced in his own mind that Fair- cent action of the Dominion Govern twenty-fiv- e Imperfections being pointment in greatly enlarging the scope ed out. note on the principles of interna- of supplies to Monterey will test that five commissioners, at a salary of banks is a presidential candidate. (likely salaries of the $12,000 each The situation has been embarrass- of its work in the establishment of tional law to obtain an affirmative method. 5 Necessity for amending the law Secretary of the Treasury and the ing to the members of the Republican demonstration farms, proves it to or negativo reply, and not enter InGov. Wlthycombe, of Oregon, has Comptroller of the Currency, who organization in Indiana for the rea- have passed the experimental stage. has forced administration officials tot to technical discussion of details advised the Red Cross he will appeal the work of formulating a report of raised by the German communica- for aid-another Governors are ex? are members of the board, would not son that as long, as there were two Heretofore Canadian demonstration Its crudities, as a basis for amendInstitutions, prospective candidates its hands were farms have been of very large area tion, was the Blngle development of pected to reply to the Red Cross ap- be chargeable to the ment by Congress. leaving three members whose salaries tied. Chairman Hays has maintain- and located far apart The governthe'eabibnet council. peal quickly. On innumerable occasions during large clerical force ed a neutral attitude toward all can- ment Is now to establish ten of such Count von Bernstorff, tho German The Carranza agency announced it pays), and their the debate on the tariff and other didates. The State organization fol- farms In the Province of Alberta bills, Republican floor leader James ambassador, will call upon Presi- receipt of the following cablegram and office maintenance. From this it Is conclusive that the lowed his example. alone, each farm to consist of forty-fiv- e R. Mann of Illinois cautioned the dent Wilson from Vera Cruz. great loss But since Watson has removed acres. The ten farms it is now majority to use greater care, and Brief Note. "Carranza through Secretary of institutions are run at a The prevailing belief after tho War and Marine 'has instructed all to the member banks. This will be himself somewhat from the limelight proposed to open will serve a district gave on reason for the dividing line crjiiet meeting was that a note, authorities In the territory controll- especially felt by them, since they the party organization's hands are hitherto served by but one between the two sides of the House probably vory brief, would bo dis- ed by the Constltutionlsts that they were formerly able to get 2 per cent untied. It was stated by one of the AH of them will be located on the as "a lack of information" on the among the organization main traveled roads leading to the patched to Germany, asking whether would be supplied cereals and, pro- on their reserve balance, which now higher-up- s . capital leaders that something will be done principle trading centers. A govern- part of the Democrats, tho imperial government intends by visions whenever it was necessary pays nothing. The combined Like Senator Tillman's utterance, its answer to disregard fundamental for the people to have them. Six and deposits of $333,937,000 at 2 soue toward launching the Fairbanks ment instructor will be in charge of thesei words have assumed prophetic per cent would earn $6,673,740 net, boom. As a matter of course, what- each farm. Each farm will be divid prltlplos of International law. thousand tons of corn were meaning. Literally hundreds of othplats separat- er blunders in the tariff bill might Germany's answer indicates an purchased by the Government. The as no expenses were Incurred under ever is done is contingent on the de- ed Into eight five-acir loss, when sires of Fairbanks. unwillingness to recognize what Governor of Queretaro wired the the former plan. This ed by roads, and different methods be cited' Typical result that folHe has kept himself out of the of cultivation, different times of sow lowed "have hitherto been regarded uni- First Chief that his State has suffi- divided up among the great number the employment of slovenly, versally as accepted principles of in- cient supplies to feed all southern of national banks of the country, range of interviewers on the subject ing, and different rotation of crops, inaccurate methods of legislation. ternational laws, based on customs part of Mexico until next crop. The would be less Important and less im- of his own political future. He has will be applied to each plat as a Practically every Important statute , and laws of humanity, tho United Governor of Guanojuato wires they pressive than tlie cold facts con- not attended any meetings where he means of demonstrating which meth passed by the present administration States probably will Bovor diplo- have a big excess that can be used tained In the figures making up the could be drawn Into the game In a ods are the best adapted to tho par- is likewise honeycombed with needmanner that would cause him to do ticular district. The raising of live- less imperfections, matic relations with Germany. That country. The food situation in Mex- aggregate. that must be corWe have no data at hand showing some fancy In order to stock will also be looked after. Each would not necessarily be followed ico City Is pitiable and Carranza is rected by expensive legal procedure running and keep from committing himself. "by any other step unless American collecting supplies to meet the sit- the expenses incident to plat will be placarded in ways to or legislative action. They are facts It has been taken for granted, how- show dates of sowing, nature of crops with which everyone should become Tights were flagrantly violated. That uation when the Constitutlonlsts en- maintaining the regional banks, but we Judge' there will be a deficit for ever, that he will become a candi and manner of planting. There are' familiar, and vrlth the object In view view found expression In quarters ter the City." the first twelve months of around date when he thinks the time is ripe. sections of the United States where the subject will be dealt with In fuclose to the White House and was $1,000,000, and since the law makes The party organization is In position such practical demonstrations of bow ture State Guard Drill. looked upon as the most plausible articles. The members of Co. H. are di- no provision for taking care of a de- now to go to tne front in his benair, to get the most out of the soil are trend of the American government's with and will do so unless he pulls the needed. The idea of demonstration rected to report at the armory Sat- ficit, the member banks will look policy. t Mltchell-KlB. urday evening June G at 8 6'clock concern on a possible assessment strings the other way. He has accept farms originated in Medicine Hat. lJernstoff'H Call. Mr. C. C. King and Miss Ella- a divi ed an Invitation to accompany the Re birthplace of blizzards. But it is a When Count Bernstoff, the Ger- for drill. The new manuels for umu rather than the distribution of publican editors oa their annual outGlobe Demo Mitchell, of Dundee, were married at warm proposition." man ambassador, sees President Wil- cominlnsslbned officers and privates dend. The Kentucky Sun. Beaver Dam yesterday, morning at ing to Corydon and Louisville June crat. unless son tomorrow, he brings have arrived and will be Issued to 11 o'clock by Rev. Huntsman of the 10 and 11, and it Is regarded as likeFarmers Club To Meet. some new proposal different from all enlisted men. M. E. Church. After the ceremony Order to Cut Your Weeds. A communication from Capt. There will be a meeting at the ly that at that time, something will be the reply signed by Herr von Jagow, against they took an I. C. trait) tor a short There is an, ordinance 5th, 1 done to call the attention of the counstates that be will be ,'off court bouse Saturday, June the German foreign minister, It was duty" in the Revenue Service during o'clock, of the Ohio Cunty Farmers' try to the attitude of the Republicans people allowing weeds to grow in bridal trip to Evansvltle and other believed today In front of their premises In Hartford. points. They will make their fu-snifters that bis visit will not affect the month of June and that he ex- Club. Mr. Browder, county advisor, of this State inhls behalf a leeung exists among tne ueDUD- - aii citizens are uereur wurueu w, ture home at Dundee where Mr. King 1he character of the new American pects to use his best efforts toward will be present and every one interpresent and Means of this State that Fairbanks observe this ordinance aad cut their ta a prominent druggist. The bride note, although the president's per- making Co. H. the best ia the Reg- ested is urged to be stands a Ine show of being nominat- - weeds at oace, aad also, clean up is a daughter of Mr. Buck Mitchell sonal views, it was thought, would iment at the coming encampment. He take part in the meeting. aad ia a charmlag and popular young ed. They believe that a man of bis their premises. E. LEACH, Ch'm'a. H. be Impressed upon the aaassador will probably arrive ia Hartford lady. O. T. O'BANNON, Marshal. type will be eaosea, and they figure 46t4 V. C. ELGIN, Sec'y. C. B. SHOWN. an might have some lalueaee la Saturday. AREjAILURE FORMNKS at I ce iran i st J ... .... $36,-473,00- 0, well-kno- t re-hl- ay .i a to-d- ay re side-stoppi- ' se well-inform- ? ....... whnt basis tho computation is made. very close to the arsenal at which the DOESN'T HURT ii in uviucui mai mo natural re Germans were aiming. It killed sources aro not highly capitalized, twenty soldiers and one woman. TO BE SHOT otherwlso this state would lead IU Vacuum Sucks Up People. Sucker Sister. Chicago must have ON THE WAR "Whcrover a shell struck It made a been making nnnwful lot of monoy tremendous hole, and all fell within an area of a square mile. The vacuum Mph May Be Wounded Many lately, nnd, of course, wo must admit that Pennsylvania has lost some bu- ! caused by the explosion of the shell llous of Into through tho policies of Old Plagues Arise When was so8trong that It literally sucked Be Unconscious Times And If you had a machlno th.it you could opcrato at n good pro- tho Democratic party. Hut wo enn up those In the vicinity and threw X lit day In nnd day out, would you npt count us n loss tho rcrorm all that In n short time. of Fain. Strife is On. them to the ground. time It stood idle? Tho amazing thing is that tho "Two shells struck a house next to whole of British Etnplro is valued at tho military hospital, completely demncltku. Invested In Your money Is n good money-makinThe soldier of today may ho liter- only ?108, 000,000,000, of which only molishing It. The concussion caused our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It earns in- Effect of Big Shells On The City by the explosions was so great that ally riddled with bullet wounds; and $73,000,000,000 belongs to tho Unit- l terest every day of the week, every week of tho month nnd forty seriously wounded soldiers In yet he may be a sound man, fighting ed Kingdom which is a llttlo less thnn of Dunkirk.Told by every month of the year. tho sum nsslgned to Germany. the hospital were killed. his country's battles again, within n These are nil ante-wa- r figures. "Another shell hit the railroad staWitness. Kcmembor, we give you absolute security nnd pay you Uie When the combat Is over our pretion and killed three men. One few weeks. best rate of Interest. Strange as it mny seem, tho mod- miership will lio much moro strikistruck tho Casino, killed several. I smnll-callbbullet, which leaves ng. Wo will then tnko the leaderInto this building. ern Is only a thin crhst, afterward went Civilization explosion had been the rifle with a velocity of n mile In ship of the yorld. covering possibilities or relapse Into The effect of tho two seconds, with a pressure bei Long ages lmve been re- so tremendous that the bone of one savagery. hind it of 40,000 pounds per square An Unfounded Hope. Cor. tth nnd Predcrlrn. quired to bring civilized man by slow victim had been driven into the Inch, and lias a range of three miles The first report ns to tho findings and painful stages to his present con- woodwork. KNOWN r.Vi:i:VVIIHKi: n the SAW mul Ki:i,mil,KB..VK "One shell chugged into the bay or more, is far less deadly than thu of Duval West, tho latest of tho presdition. Only a. few months are ree bullet which could bo laugh- ident's personal Investigators In Mexquired for htm to relapse Into the and a second later the waters of the ed at if it came from a distance of ico, caused n hope to blossom that at condition of barbarism from which he harbor seemed to heave upward In a last the administration was about to great disaster, solid body. All the torpedo craft over a quarter of a miic. emergeJ In times of Indeed n man may be wounded adopt some policy to settle the Mexwhen tho conventions of civilized so- lying there Immediately put to sea again and again, mid yet mny fight ican mess But it withered under ciety are removed, man again be;, at full speed. for hours, scarcely conscious that tho prompt announcement from tho Kungc. (icrnuiti Tnuhc Gac comes an individualist, striking like "Tho second day only eight shells he has been hit. Tims a doctor who White House that nothing in tho re primitive man or like the beasts of accompanied the forces in port would cause a change of policy. the junglo for food and shelter niul were fired. Throughout the bombard- Abyssinia says: French Unless tho report is mnde public, nt ruthlessly aban- ment a German Taube aeroplane cireven for life itself, "Several of tho suite of Menclik least in condensed form, the suspicdoning any refinement or customs cled above the city signaling to the me that when a bullet has gone ion will linger that the first Intima which might Impede him. Under distant gunners. The French gunners told guns and right through them their men lost tion as to its contents wns correct. such conditions, ho easily reverts to, trained their II none of their dash. If if the habits of his former savage state, j rifles at the aviator, but failed to did not kill at once and the bullet M least everybody else who has had nine times opportunity to study Mexican condiEven the diseases of barbarism re- - drive liim Ou dW HBItalmmwmWT9KKStiWr The result of the hombrdment out of ten it did not the did not tions during the last live years has turn. even konw they were wounded. found tho facts to bo as Mr. West A striking illustration Is the reap- from a military view was entirely sat"Painless death or almost cer- was said to have reported them, isfactory. Dunkirk has been renderpearance of typhus fever in the painless recovery from the with the exception of Dr. Hale and countries of Europe. From the ed untenable as a base. All the sol- tain by diers have evacuated the barracks wounds," says another doctor, who M.r Und. The statements of the plague of Athens, as described allatter, made ut he time of tho Vera Thucydides, down through the ages, and the wounded also have been re- was in the present war, "Is tho ternative fate of the soldier stricken Cruz excitement linvo been so commoved. typhus has always appeared at times "The gun was? stationed twenty-eig- jown by the modern smnll caliber pletely discredited by developments of disaster. Always the companion of bullet. If he Is not killed outright that their conclusions arc without miles away, Just beyond war and misery, known at different When you pay S895 for It was apparently fired from a his wounds almost invariably heal. times by its old names of camp fever, There is overwhelming agreement concrete base, which, according an Allen 34 you get to Of nearly 1,400 wounded men who siege fever, famine fever and jail my hands, only three of opinion that Mex-dle- d 55895 worth of car. fever, it raged all over Europe dur- military men, had not thoroughly passed under of their wounds." ico is in a state of anarchy, that the Tlie Alltn 34 hi n ing the Napoleonic war only to die set. The charge used to hurl the Alien 17 horsepower enYou don't pay a cent for unAnd no less remarkable than Its lives and property of Americans en- out in later years so completely as projectile over this tremendous disgine, Weston Mott tance was some form of highly ex- humanity are the antics played by Joy no safety, tht(t the Mexicans necessary overhead expense. rloattng alr, mohair top to be almost forgotten. the modern bullet, as has been il- - thenibelves have suffered almost and leather uptiolitery, "The history of typhus," says plosive gas." Wc build intcerity into every Allen Warner and Mr. Borden who returned with lustrated hundreds of times in the every outrage conceivable at tho Hlrsch ''is written in those dark automobile. Our organisation is iteerirg gear, d present war. Thus we read of one hands of Irresponsible bandit revolu-- i pages of the world's history which Brady, says: and permanent. We are in expand-in- ij drive, rtrons "The most surprising thing about ouuei wnicn, after siriKing mo tionisis, mat the United States is brakes, 110 inch the automobile business to stay. tell of the grievous visitations of ground .entered a soldier's left cheek. held in contempt, that the purposes vrheelbasc, demountable mankind by war, famine and misery the battlefields in France Is the rapid Passing Our purpose is to make every Allen rims, aluminum crank, downward and inward it of our president are misunderstood manner In which all battle scars of every kind." case and aluminum transcar do its part in upholding our 'compound fracture of the by the best of Mexicans, that our atmission case, Murchison says that a complete are removed as soon as an action is caused a tqidip-mireputation for civinr the greatest It then entered the titude has contributed much to the over. Soldiers and civilians alike hard palate. tf tltctnc lighU liistory of typhus would be the hispossible value for the price we get. and tltctnc itarltr. tory of Europe during the last three are set to work Immediately after a mouth, was stopped by the lower sorry plight and that nothing is beTlie weight of the oir ta If you have been waiting until you bhell has landed to clear away the teeth of the opposite side, and was ing done to ameliorate conditions. 2iW lbs. which, villi the and a half centuries. Clemow, in could buy a strong, swift, safe, power of the motor, lusuie taken out of the mouth by the man While the overshadowing war has obhis "Geography of Diseases," says debris and remove all trace." economy of operaUou. handsome car without paying a dolhimself. scured Mexican affairs, the time will to that "ia the earliest ages of the A Doctor's Prescription W. build (It otbar lar more than its actual worth, the for Cough In another case the bullet entered come when they will again demand moJli, thr toiililm world's histojy typhus accompanied and two tourtnl Allen 34, An Effective Cough Treatment. carat the forehead of a man when stoop- attention. Our policy of "watchful renfiaj In pric from famine, sieges and war." $895, is the complete answer to i373 la SU9S to one teaspoonful of ing, passed through his brain and meddling," as Casper Whitney calls Yet both civilization and science l)r. your requirements. King's New Discovery, a few inches further it proves it by a series of interesting liad practically forgotten It. All au- needed, will soothe and checktaken as down, Coughs it emerged finally at his right articles in the Outlook, is without ltyU,finith, pwtr, teonomy if eftratim, tjulfmtnt, tmicttbl thorities of tho present generation Colds and the more dangerous Bronqualittti and prut, Alltn can laht Iht It a J shoulder blade. And yet, in splto of parallel in American history. The have described It as a rare disease. chial and Lung Ailments. You can't these terrible wounds the man was submerged SO per cent, to whom the Several generations of medical men afford to take the risk of serious ill- fighting again within six weeks. president referred In his famous Mogrew up and died with hardly any Factory Representative for Southern Ohio, adfasent West Virness, when so cheap and simple a An equally singular case was that bile speech, arc suffering every hard"knowledge of it. So completely was It ginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire Stat of Kentucky. forgotten that Ricketts was oullgated remedy as Dr. King's New Discovery of a French Sergeant who, while ship the several bands of outlaws, Dealers: Write or mr for agency proposition is obtainable. Go to your Druggist firing at the enemy in a recumbent armed by us nnd given more encourto go to Mexico for material to study get a bottle of Dr. King's New position was struck by a bullet which agement by us, can devise. We It while a few cases which appeared Discovery, start the treatment at ploughed its way through his shoul have left undone nearly everything in tliei tenement districts of New once. You will be gratified for the der and the lower part of his body that should be done and have done York were not recognized and were relief and 1 cure obtained. at the calf, and finally with a single exception, nearly everyt 4 widoly discussed as a possible new i came to rest in the heel of his boot, thing that ought not to have been of war. disoabe. Vet six months Osteopathy. from which it was recovered. done. If we had set out deliberatewith its accompanying horrors, bring Dr. G. B. Dockery, whose office is In other words, his body was per- ly to promote anarchy in Mexico we hack to mankind's old enemy, the at Beaver Dam, will be In Hartford forated four times by the same bullet could not have choosen a policy betcompanion of famine, rapine and every Monday, Wednesday and Fri- with so little damage that five weeks ter suited for tho purposo than the I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording barbnrhm (n a thousand wars. day of each week and will treat pa- later the man won the Medalllo d, we aro assured will "remain un hope-Jes- s Tills relapse Into barbarism, Agencies for the followinp; Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, tients at their homes. 37tf Honneur. changed." Answers. though it may be. Is robbed of at Hartford, Etnn, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes ai A' part of its horrors, bo far as least . the business written in all the town? and villages fireutly Itencfltcd by Chaiuberluln's in Ohio county. HUious Attacks. typhus 1s concerned, by tho scientific I.liiiincnt. , ,,-- . When you have a bilious attack X These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to $ 0f tuc iasi decade. COULD .I'lvc "I have used Chamberlain's Lini- your liver falls to perform its funcnear irom anyone in need ot insurance. Respectfully, "TSi-'-- 3 to the works of IUckett3, ment for sprains, bruises and rheu tions. You become constipated. The Goldberg, this Wilder, Anderson nnd matic pains, and the great benefit I food you eat ferments In your stomnge-lon- g scourage has lost all its terhave received justifies my recom- ach Instead of digesting. This Inrors." says tho Journal of tho Amerimending it In tho highest terms," flames tho stomach and causes naucan Medical Association, "only In Because of Terrible Back- writes Mrs. Florence Slife, Wabash, sea, and a terrible headthope countries which are so hopelessache. Relieved by Lydia Ind. If you are troubled with rheu- ache vomiting Chamberlain's Tablets. Take ly wnrridden as to make decent livE. Pinkham's Vegetamatic pains you wll certainly bo They will tone up your liver, clean ing impossible Is there any excuse for pleased with the prompt relief which out your stomach and you will soon practicable to resist them to only J ble Compound. I the presence of the disease. When . Chamberlain's Liniment affords. Ob- bo as woll as ever. They only cost ono direction, so that thoy may ho I "T the present war is over it will again Philadelphia, Pa. "I suffered from tainable everywhere. m a quarter. Obtainable everywhere. aimed; and it Is not too disappear, only to reappear again, as displacement and inflammation, and had 1-sucn pains in my in to predict that somo futuro general It always lias and always will, so long v Our National Wealth. sides, and terribla AVars of the Future. :is huppnsedly civilized nations resort touching a button, will send speed- If $2000 were placed on every milo backache so that I to wholesale murder and destruction Tho war of the futuro wil be the ing to their target, which will couid hardly stand. of the distance from hero to tlie sun STOP AT he, 1 as a method of settling their diffiI took six bottles of It would Just represent the wealth war of tlie Inventor, oven moro than perhaps, an entire army division, culties. Lydia E. Pinkham's of tlie United States. That is easier it is today. Science, mechanics nnd Vegetable Com- to understand than Ono Hundred and electricity have, as wo all know, WimlpHR IninitlQOn en nnuinfful il.nt ' What Happened When the Blu; Shells pound, and now 1 can Eighty-seve- n .Struck Diuiklik. Billions with Seven revolutionized modern warfare to a they will electrocute evory man withdo any amount of Hundred and Thirty-nin- e t" A thrilling story of tho havoc Millions terrible degree. Talk to men who in their range. work.sleep good.eat wrought In Dunkirk by tho huge In regard to big guns, experts remember tho Crimean wnr and thrown In for good measure. good, ar.d don't have German guns that bhelled that town This making an average of nearly they will tell you that tho present say tat the limit is by no means a Lit of trouble. I twenty-eigfrom a point miles away recommend Lydia E. $2000 for every man, woman and conflict is not war; It Is wholesale reached with the manufacture of was told by John l. Urady, a Chicago. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to child in the Country, although only murder, fearful, horrible and Inhufiring monsters. Thoy prophesy FRANK ECKERT, Prop. nowHjiaper man who returned on tho every suffering wom'am." Mrs.HARHV about $35 of that is In cash. The man. Tho wars of tho future, hownnd oven guns, which FisiiEit,lG25DountonSt., Nicetown, Pa. rest consists of 'White S'ar Mner Adriatic. H.H.ECKERT.M'jr. ever. If the scientist is to bo believed, will bo ablo to shoot sixty or eighty the accumulations of Brady as in Duukrlk during tho miles, tho rnngo being given by aviapast years and almost alt of It in the will be even more destructive, Another Woman's Casa. second bombardment with John Uor- Up, At present ho Is experimenting tors signaling by wireless. providence, R.I. "I cannot speak memory of living men. It reads European Plan den, the Chicago millionaire and too highly of your Vegetable Compoun 1 like a fairy story. Hveu Aluddln's with heat rays. If, he contends, Again, plans are already under It"03 d?n wonders for 'ine and I lamp never accomplished anything so light rays can be thrown upon a hos- way for tho construction of monster member of tho Now York Yacht ' Ihadadic-CluBoth hud been acting as would not be without it,and backache,b marvelous. Sixty-fiv- e years ago tile position with the searchlights, submarines with a cruising radius pmcernt.nt,bearin tr down, chauffers of hospital supply trucks until I could hardly sUnd and vva3thor-attuche- d the national wealth was only why cannot heat rays he similarly from London to Now York. Thoy We Knock the Spots Out of Things to tho hospital established oughly ma down v.henl took Lydia E. or nbout one twenty, refloated: if tho rays can bo sent to a will bo ablo to carry batterlos of torcompouna. by Mr. Borden's sUter, Airs. TMnrv'tinKnanvs vegetioie the pedoes and umplo fuel and provisions Only distance, why not the hottest rays hope1 Ineandlam Jn best of health sixth part of what It is now, I Jrordcn Turner. for the long cruise. Tiiey will thus nt present. I work in a factory nil day a little more than 15 per cent of our possible namely, those of the "There wore two bombardments," ' long besides doing my housework so you preseut wealth Is given as real estate, torch?lleforo such a glaro gain somo of tho ludependenco of il has ?" for mtf- - 1 8' wild Mr. Brady. "The first took can 8eo possessed by dreadnaughts, for to publish my name and I the rest Is what our pcoulo havo fortress of steel and stone would land place on April 22 and 23. and tho peaW your Vegetable Compound Co made out of good old mother earth. molt, tho biggest guns would crumble even they must visit coaling stations French Dry Cleaned nnd Pressed in a Superior Manner. second on April 29 und 30. AVe were manyof my friends. "Mrs. ABEL Law. What astonishes us most is that down into the pools of steel, and or bo attended by colliers. Tho next 120 Lippitt St., Providence, K.I. hen tho second bom-'so1n Dunkirk Illinois is placed a llttlo ahead of whole regiments of men might, with half century, Indeed, may see battle- - bend us your Garments and Havo I ships swept Them liardment commenced at 10:30 from the seas, and somo Pennsylvnala in the matter of wealth. ono blast, bo shriveled Into ashes. Danger SipnaH to Women o'clock on the 20th. It lasted that nre what one physician called backache, It Is true that tho difference is only Neither do scientists consider It nation holding the mastery of ocean CLEANED CLEAN day until 2:30 p. in. during which headache, nervousness, and the blues. a paltry sum or $26,000,000, which, outsido tho bounds of possibility In by virtue of a fleet of submarluea. Packages called for and delivered. many cases they are symptoms of we presume, any patriotic Pennsy- the future to deviso means of detwenty Bhells of a diameter of nine-'I- n an inflam-tee- n Inches were hurl- - eome female derangement orwhich may lvania would gladly have contributed tonating explosives at a distance by nnd one-ha- lf matory, ulcerative condition, THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB k ed into the Jown. The first shell be overcome by taking Lydia E. to give our State second rank. It wireless waves. Tho latter at presham'sVegeUbfe Compound. Thousand! Illinois Is really lu the plaza in front of our FOR FLETCHER'S A. Iva Nail, Prop, richer than Pennsyl- ent scatter is in every direction, but womeo w,Utafr te8tIfy to Hotel, about 250 yeardB from us, and vania we should like to know on the day may come when tt will be HAttTFORD, KENTUCKY. SIDELIGHTS ;" T - it Idle Funds Represent it Lost Interest J J J g Central Trust Company old-tim- antl-alrcra- tt TrrifBrlHHiBTlffyBTl ' ,Jg.Wtta war-swe- pt ht The Allen 34 Price, $895 Study these facts -- Dlx-mud- e. well-inform- . I left-han- -- ni cr. One-four- th Kenton Motors Co. 31&tE?oBr y, flNEW INSURANCE AGENCY - WOMAN HARDLY STAND E. E. BIRKHEAD, ..t,..4 'j I : Hartford, Ky. J t t When Louisville 1 ECKERT'S ht 17-In- 5th Avenue Hotel l 80-ln- fi ... u ;h' Ladies' and Men's Garments n, Pink-struc- i"1 Children Cry CASTORIA i SPK Typewriter Gives Business Standing . IMC !.. 1 li," inclining, .1 iu. II IHlblIlC!S IIHHI Or .1.. farmer who uses a typewriter lias the advantage over the man who dues not. The typewriter not only saves time in writing letters and making out bills, but it adds prestige and reputation to the user. Tl. Mil. Ill .IUII. ill' 11 1 1 The L. C. Smith & Eros. Typewriter is especially adapted to use in rural districts because it will stand more wear and does not require r.n expert operator. Hy following the instructions wc will give you, you will have no trouble learning. Mail This Coupon Today Fleaic mid me jour free book 0 0 I ! do not uie a typewriter it present. sm uing a upeniiter anil.uoutd lile to learn about your j cusl clltr to (xcliitiie it lor a hut one. Stite- - Underwood Tariff Lnw In Operation 1ing Enough to Prove Injury to Homo Industry, C. H. Brown, Chairman of tho Legislative Hosiery Manufacturers Committee, claims that tho Undcr- wood Tnrlh law was in operation long enough before tho foreign war ; period to prove its dlsastcrohs effects on American Industry, nnd wo may j expect tho Injury to he resumed Immediately after the close of tho war. Furthermore, many Industries have suffered from Increased Imports dur- lug the war period. As proof of the above statement, Mr. Brown offers monthly Import comparisons, using for the purpose products, the following thirty-si- x which nro the ones having the most to fear from foreign competition: Aluminum Mfs., Aluminum Scrnp, Automobile Parts, Cotton Cloths, Cutlery, Clocks nnd Parts, Ennmcled Ware, Films nnd Plates, Fruits and Nuts, Glassware, Handkerchiefs,, Knit Goods, Laco nnd Lace Articles, Leather Gloves, Leather nnd Tanned Skins, Nets and Nettings, Paper, Perfumery, nnd Linoleum, Shingles, Silks, Artificial Silks, Stockings Watches and Parts, Wood Pulp, Wool, Wool Mfs., Linon Yarns, BreadstufTs, Eggs, Fish Meat Seeds, Vegeand Dairy Products, tables, j In October 1914, seventeen of these products showed an Increaso In Im- -j ports of $7,891,1G8 over October of 1913. In November 1914, twelve j products showed an Increase of $3,- 740, 10G. In December 1914, tho Increase In eight products was $74 In January 1915, thirteen products Increased $2,G98,G27, nnd February 1915 shows an Increaso in six products only, amounting to $725,-87- 8. I I I Oil-clo- th Tin-Plat- o, something elso. I found It lying In tho ditch. My fool stumbled against It and I almost fell upon It. And when I flashed my electric torch I saw thnt Is was n Russian-soldier- . His face was burled in the snow nnd I thought his, stiff, extended nrms had pawed (he frozen ground. On the shoulders of his long brown coat I read the number of his regiment, 25G; aud his feet from which the boots hnd been Btrlpped, were wound with strips of knitted wool, that made me think of a Russian mother, and his black, baro head. Intensified hy contrasting snow, seemed tho blackness of a raven. The others found the wood. Restored U HI Ml ! Vaoderbilt Training School for Boys m ELKTON, KY. J I Good Health. "I was sick for four years with stomach trouble,"' writes Mrs. Otto Gans, Zancsvllle, Ohio. "I lost weight and felt so weak thnt I al most gave up hope of being cured. friend told mc about Chamberlain's Tablets, and since using two bottles of them I hnvo been a well woman." m Obtainable everywhere. A I ' j Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely ecat-- l tered and conies from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there fore, retervations should be made early, Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write m m m m w m m m m n m m m m IVIATHEMEY Vrw i BSTTS T?nv A fntnlncmo nnrl lniormnl.inn. leiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii AXXOUXCHMEXTS. For State Trcnuurcr. We are HON'. authorized R. L. MOORE, to announce of Crittenden county, a candidate for the Republican nomination for State Treasurer, General Primary election August 7, 1915. I'or Circuit Judge. are authorized to announce JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, Wo I - HMHK " Tu tbe L. C. Smith .Main Street CIXCI.VXAT1, OHIO. Ill i llrot. Typewriter . Co. as a candidate for tho nomination for Judge of the Sixth Judicial District, subject to tho action of the Democratic party at the State Primary the first Saturday in August, 1915. mm m ImImHiVHhP MiggHHgagg V;.. .v V f ; i --' K Owens On SoctaH-.ni- . nor and he knows it and so does Bro. Mcllcnry, Ky., May 21. Editor George. Now listen to this Bro. Tlnsley and Republican I notice In your edition ' let It sink deep Into the little place May 10th that Uro. Tlnslcy of Simof where you keep your religion corked mons, Ky., is betwixt two straits and up, If private ownerahlp of public I am of the opinion that he will stay utilities Is tho best form of governthere until he gets some of the re- ment then would you he willing for ligion that's taught In the Dibits he- - private ownership of the post olllco department and the puhlic schools cause with the small amount he now and public roads? Now don't be the has ho can't detect the Lord's prayer laughing stock of every school child from a coon song. The kind or re- - In Ohio county by saying you would. llglon that Socialists believe In Is as There is Just cinu way to ct rich nnd far above his religion as the eternal that is to keep back hy fraud some btars are above a snaho's den. thing your brother works for aud He spoke of old man McKinley that Is the kind of religion you preach coming to debate with H. It. Taylor and I believe all the kind you know and let mo say right here that Ilro. anything about. McKinley displayed the spirit of that Now Brother, I want to ask you noble Ualllecan hecausu the poor re- ono question Didn't you hold up ceived him gladly. While Uaise Tay- your hand and call on God to witness lor preached a doctrine in that grove the solemn nnd binding obligation that if ho will preach from the pul- in tho U. M. W. or A., that you would pit he will break up every Baptist assist all members In ndverslty nnd church on the top side of God's green help them obtain tho highest wage earth. He said he agreed with llro. possible for their work and to keep McKinley that rich men were going these principles as long as life reto hell uud he said the fellow that re- mains. Now isn't tho highest wnge flated him would go too. Now what all that a man produces? 1 think so. about J. I). Rockefeller? IIo has got Now If it's wrong to demand all you the same kind of religion as Itros. produce it's wrong to demand half Tlnsley and Taylor und when tho the amount nnd taking what you say miners 6truck aginst his damnable 1 think you made a mistake when you what conditions did he do Joined tho U. M. W. of A., or you Did he concede to their demands? didn't understand tho obligation nnd No, he called on this Christian when I don't believe a worker should which H. 11. Taylor and have tho full product of his toil then Mr. Tlnsley are preaching so hard I'll quit the U. M. W. of A., nnd not to hold on Its feet and tho results demand any of It. were that women and innocent babies IIOBT. OWENS. were shot or burned to death and these men will tell you that J. D. Is Neuralgia PnliiH Stopped. a follower of the lamb. Such dopo You don't need to suffer thoso as that is what has got tho better agonizing nerve pains in tho face, clement of people away from these head, arm, shoulders, chest and back. church organizations. Just apply a few drops of soothing If H. B. Taylor and Bro. Tlnsley Sloan's Liniment; llo quietly a few get Jews harps in Heaven old man minutes. Vou will get nuch relief McKinley and his followers will have and comfort! Life and tho world n brass band. He says be wouldn't will look brighter. Get a bottle togive much for a man who would turn day. 3 ounces for 25c, at all Drughack after Socialism. A man can't gists. Penetrates without rubbing. 1 turn hack uutil he becomes a Socialist because ho hasn't started yet. 1'urin For Sale. He says, "I think there is no gpspel 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor preacher," and he Is right to a great extent. Christ preached peace on road, 1 2 miles from Broadway and earth und good will toward men and 2 miles from Rockport. Schoolhouso cUgp of arm tyid church near. so do Socialists hut If H. I). Taylor on and the rest of his hunch ever preach- Throo roads pass dwelling houso ed anything hut eternal damnation which' Is on Hartford R. l D. No. Most of land porfoctly lovol. Any and give a tenth to tho preacher I never heard It. I openly dare one of ont desiring to purchnso farm will do them to condemn the members of woll to investigate. Prlco reasons their church for the collection of blo. Apply for further Information DARNETT & SON, Agents. usery. Let him preucli from the Gth to chapter of Nahemiah, versos 7, "thou I consulted with my&elf nnd I rebuked Farm For Pale. About CG ncres a miles East of the nobles end tho rulors and said unto them, you xact usery every ono of Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell his brother and I set a groat.assombly road, 1 Vj miles from piko. Four against thorn." Varse 11, "Rastoro,, room coU.ifc'o. luigood ropalr. Kver-lestlwater at rosldonce. two I pray, to thorn oven this day, their llisjr ollvo bertiii, tolmooo and stock. IMouty of lands, their vineyards, yards and their hoties: also the littu. ptMhet and unities, AU hill land, V dralth part of tho Mny and of the hut lu very Rood dotxlUlon Term r i lo. corn wine and t'u oil that ye exact slon any time -" Apply to HARNETT of them." And when Rerubltcan twi , this to the class that "n ir.mj th Hartford, Ky. churches today his pay stops right 23tf ' "1-na -. h-- s Total lmport3 of thc3e products !n February 1915 were $2G,2SG,0G2. In February 1914 they were $39,021,-25- 0, and In February 1913, under the Payne law, they were $24,799,-40- 0, showing that notwlthstrndlng the war, tho Imports of these thlrty-fl- x prod.icts exceeded the Imports In February 1913 under the Payne law, he- j but the dlffercnco of $12,735,188, tween the Imports In February 1914, before the wnr, and February 1915 In the war period, shows conclusively I that the Underwood Law was admit- ting before tho war a heavy Increaso in competitive merchandise at duty rates, which were not Protective or capable of supplying the government with necessary funds, which smaller imports under the Payne Law did ac complish. During the first year under the operation of the underwood Law, the imports qf these products wero $4GG,- 179, 4G0, as against $301,31G,451 In the previous year, under tlio Payne Law, making an increaso in Imports of $1G4, 803,009, which chould convince any fair minded man that the Underwood Law during Its first year of operation did seriously Injure the American producers of these thirty-si- x products. While the Imports In February 1915 were hut slightly larger than In February 1913, under the Payne Law Indicating In a measure a return to Protective Tariff conditions, and may result In some prosperity. It must bo remembered that this prosperity Is duo entirely to tho foreign war, and iiul in any way mo resuu oi a democratic policy. Even If imports under tho Under wood Law, as a result of tho foreign war have fallen to about tho same volume that was admitted under the i Pyno Law, wo still must contend t with the very low prices at which merchandise-enterthis market, made posstblo hy the low rates of duty under tho Underwood Law, and It is a n business fact that the landing valuo of foreign merchandise practically establishes the selling price In tho United State's. , s well-know- FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN Governors All Pictures of Kentucky's Ua Waih-Jntt- hssssHSaJ For Ciinimoiiwcnlth's Attorney. to announce Wo aro authorized LAWRENCE P. TANNER, of Owens-horKy., a candidate for the nomination for Commonwealth Attorney of tho Sixth Judicial District, subject to tho action of the Democratic Saturday in August, 1915. Wo u o, party at the State Primary the first to announce BEN D. 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Or oourne, nut on a Russian plain, in pitch darkueas (s wis quit easy to fin 1 wood; hut oue thought tl'.it St) ring 3 "Jawoh!" would have V n t. lu.'Uy as ilnrry had the ritt ujcu oi.iiT-- d hini to f.nd a boila oj; wi i. I tuo w kt to i ud wol, only I louud i - $FW 3p SgJAILIs iiStr-- " . k.fcPVfcW1. . ft A A A OVER CB YCAnS' ktf EXPCHICNCC COST OF GOOD READING Send To-da- y Lippincott's "Little Book of B' Bargains" Vow Edition jjm Gunoral Primary August 7, 1916. County, election Wu iyo authorised to aunounce S. P. MaljtlNKEY. of Beav.T Dam, aa i candidate for 'he nomination for 'mult Court t'l ''., subject to the' mii'ii of thy Dtiiiocr.ii8 of (Jhlo oiiiity, the Cnnrnl Primary 'Ion, Auguat 7, 1915. CoPvnir.iiTa 6c. 4U sHiaIc'i At)OB. iiHuj cur v MMI'imr i fico nl.etlirr ao qisli.lr ontiu nuiiiA-i- . iiirauimi Ml" ii' i l '. II, ' 'QOXr il'u'ituui m is i.ioi'i Hi v f r" (.tin. mttenls. 11.11ft li.nv ul i jrnt ft CO. rtMUfC k'.'t HS IUH t l .Ut'l .M. lri4l ATSb, a aft UH'iruift Hum i TaBtjPfPi Toads (VJAnuo Dcsiaris Just Published for tho 1013-191- Season 1 SENT FREE I'PQN REQUE8T J. B. LIPPIHCOTT COMPANY sg-i'- A miiM urn ailVl 4. nmm. -- . 11 . wasijinqton To t; i irm iiiLAnnuHi a Kjd jt Ml ri f. .tri. v. . a ly t KT' . i r.v' 'itvUL u . folsonliiu i i ' i . i r. i'iii li .,IN.I41 a 1 r il 'J H UmnitOsiiMi IwrtBI. UC.i. Vvl 1 ...lU.l'.l JU at tit.Jk uar P(t " ! Owing to Our Clear, 1 ral Policy Contracts entremets - ! t t : : Prompt settlement of death losses and a strong progressive management, we sell more business in this State than any, other Life Insurance Company. entral iberal L ife 'ncompQLrable insurance ompany .A. ! W. H. GREGORY, President, WAR HAS HELPED, NOT HURT BUSINESS American Agricultural Producers Would Have Suffered Severely but for the War. "While we Lexington, Kentucky. fore when prices were normal and elected to see tho Hoard of Direc-no- t depressed by tariff agitation, the tors of the Tobacco House at Hart-pric- e averaged at least 3 V4 cents hlch- - ford to fak nn nntlnn mi rintnl nf 'er per pound than since free wool the house until December 1st. J. S. I Cecil was decreed. and K. C. Unlril were appolnt- The Tariff will be the paramount' ed. issue during the next national cam-- j The County Secretary and Treas-palgand as always has happened urer then made his report of the after an experiment with Free-Tradbusiness done since February, 1915, it will be the rock on which tho which was as follows: Collections. Democratic party will go to pieces. $HS.GC; Expenditures, $73.03; bal-ance $75.03. l'ounds of poultry sold CASH PRICE8. 79.000, pounds of wool gold 2,700. Best quality Mixed Paint, any The following resolution wnB then color, $1.40 per gallon. presented and adopted: Pure Lead 8c per pound. nesolved, That this body select a Pure Linseed Oil 70c per gallon. committee of three to formulate a All kinds building Material very plan by which a County business low. agent may bo employed on a per cent Shingles $3.25 basis, said agent to, as soon as pracExtra per 1,000. ticable, devote his entire time to Sewing Ma- said work, and that this committee Also 39 second-han- d chines, some good as new, from $1 look up material for said agent, who to $10.00 each. is to state what amount of time he is HARTFORD MILL CO. willing to devote to this work, until on a paying basis, for his entire The South Turning To Protection. time, and that this committee report The "Iowa idea," once so omnious to this body, at a date set at this to Republicans, is now about to be meeting. paralleled by the "Louisiana Idea," The following committee was apin the Democracy. Both ideas And pointed to do this work: E. C. ne.r pnuosopn.c oaus in iiancocK s Balrdt L p Dennett. L. L. Porter, juuuueiii ui'ciitrauuu uiui 111c larui Farm Demonstrator, W. W. Brow-dc- r is a local issue. met with the body and gave some In Louisiana the regular Demo- - good advice and talks which was cratic ticket is to be opposed in the hlBnly enj d and apprcclate( and prlmares by a "Protection party it was moved and unanimously adopt-ticket- ." ., the candidates of which will cd tha. hn hn stand for the principle, of Tariff Pro-a- t a nieelInc a. tection for local industries. This Moved and carried that this body principle is outraged by the present meet june iz to hear reports of Tariff, which disregards Louisiana's bove name(J coramlUeeg Adjourn- sugar and rice Interests, cd. But even the successes of the ProS. L. STEVENS, Pres. tection party ticket would not mean H. M. PIRTLE, Sec. much In the way of restoring former Conseuently, Louisiana conditions. will undertake an educational cam- His Minority Will Bo Much (.'renter. paign in other States that have griev- In the last national election the W'"Ch COm' tW canllda,es w" advocated a Pro- n, e, Star-A-Star dollars of perfectly good money, according to reports, Is securely locked In the vaults, while the stock- t tie Totoihn holders must pay an assessment to twUmi Mtordioj to i ' ' " InrnvIHo mnnlnr nnnnn. Snnl. la the result of Democratic financial M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor legislation and this was to be the C. ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor crowning cap to the whole program, according to President Wilson. Ho to said that without the bank act, tho Address all communications tariff act would be a failure. Both Ife Hartford Republican. have proven worse than failures. Hartford Republican. lram,7 tective Tariff received a million and quarter votes more than President WJIson. Tho supporters of the two c.indldntes will stand against Mr. Wll-bo- n in tho next election, nnd so will several millions made JoblehS by the Wilson Tarlfr.Stcubonvllle (O.) Herald. .Votlre. Anybody wanting to buy n Monument or a tombstone, write or" call me. Phone 2 on 1. LESLIE WHITE, agent, Balzctown, Ky. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS to a new Sotwcrlbers desiring th as a metter of fact we are not In another column we publish n ddreM must give the old oddrvu In making tbr statement of the Federal Reserve engaged in war w;h any country on twroMt. JMtam Locals and Notices 10c per line and 6c Banks. When the act under which e.Miii while the European war is asVr UBctor each addltlonul Insertion. these banks exist was passed it was cribed as being at the bottom of tiio Obituaries, Resolutions and Card ot Thinks "hard times" there, are er claimed for it that interest would be ptttttit, aoDe; In advance. Okarck Kotlces lor serrlces free, bat other lower and the Dorrower would have lew t.uople who believe the war has tortlaementc, 5c per line. no trouble to get money. Indeed the hid anything to do with the slump AaonyaioM communication! will receive no Mmtton G'UJBB.'beilacd. ,.. iaertnt THE RESERVE RANK ACT. are paying a war NEW JEWELRY STORE X"xxo.t' lMtiaJ..... ,....,,.123 CO ttUDAY, JUNE 4. President claimed it was all that was needed to make, with the tariff act, the "New Freedom" and prosperity complete. Here and there in, the country bankers refused to Join, and gave up their connections as Nattonal Banks rather than do so. Here at Hartford, the First National Bank, under the advice of Cashier J. C. RiPrices to suit the times. When peace comes it should come ley, refused to join and became a to stay. All kinds of repair work State Bank under the name "Citizens Bank." Mr. Riley had a deep and eiven Dromntand nroftil Father time should take the settled conviction that the whole venback and have it warmed over. iC "T would pale in comparison with ture would prove a failure. Many ntlunlinn uttviuiuii, xii llML'lltH others would have remained out it those with which we would have be like Mr. Bryan's lecture they Looks old stand, across street could have done so. Under the set had peace reigned supreme tour may be interfered with this existing conditions it was impossible throughout the world. from Barnes Bros. Give cason. Democrats, to be sure, will not. for many of them to do so. Now, it me a call. ALL WORK looks as though Mr. Riley was wise. concur in any view of the present Men as readily die for the wrong wrong Not only are the Reserve banks not situation. Still there are facts and as the right, if they think the GUARANTEED. giving any aid to those who want figures sufficient to bear out such a is right. mney, hut they have withdrawn conclusion. ' e During the first month of the Maryland judges will not recognize from rural communities more than hundred millions dollars fromiocratlc Tariff there was Imported Merely another a Reno divorce. National banks which might to the United States 3,630,000 bush "scrap of paper." Expert Javclcr and have been loaned to the people, but els of potatoes, equivalent to 5,445 Optician, carloads of 40,000 pounds each. For The Rlggs Bank and tho Control- which under the red tape and circum- tho ten Beaver Dam, Ky. before that the 1m- months ler's office have not yet decided which locution, necessary under the rules, portatlons were might as well be at the bottom ot 314.000 bushels and Jb to give the other the third degree. ' the Pacific ocean. Tho man who can they had to stand a duty of 25 cents Cuba in northern markets on comply with all the requirements, a bushel. Supplying the big Eastern Little Miss Ellen Wilson McAdoo a sim- ..imp. with .i ii observes the law of eugenics. She answer all the questions and possess ilar complaint: Alabama, roused over all the backing necessary to get a tatoes resulted in depressing the mar free iron ore, selected a President for her I and Texas, unfavora- loan via a Regional Bank, either ket all over the United States. True bly affected in her rice production. don't need any loan, or can get It at it Is, in this instance that the conThere are dark hints by Louisiana Besides, it now sumer was benefited. But that does politicians of a As Billle Sunday is not due in any old place. threat to break the' Chicago until 1917, Mayor Thomp- transpires that the new concern will not set aside the question of tho Solid South unless the national Dem- right of the American producer to REMEMBER! son has a clear field to show what not grease itself. In other words ocratic convention of 1916 comes out the expenses are greater than the In- be Protected In his home market. for Protection to sugar, rice, citrus he can do. come and tho members must como And it is a right that should be M. fruits and Iron ore. by the producer of any and responsible for the forward .with an assessment to meet Those who are However selfish this view, it is at all kinds of agricultural products, of "Watchful Waiting" policy in Me,v tho deficit. The little country Naleast a manifestation of opinion upico should now bo willing to put up tional bank must put up again and iron and steel goods, cotton and wool on a real issue instead of upon the en goods, leather and paper and all the money to save the starving peo- will either raise interest or call loans platform issue that has bo long deWe Giue flway One "The FREE" to comply. Verily this appendage of other products of American labor re- termined ple down there. Sewing Machine, the casting of tho bulk of' ceives a higher wage scale and lives the "New Freedom," swims no highthe Southern vote. Bay City (Mich.) Remember the Republican mass er than its twin, the Underwood tar on u higher plane than exists in oth- National Farmer. er countries. YOU MAY BE THE ONE Convention at the Court House Sat- iff act. It is not only the growers of poto get that beautiful "Tho urday, May 12. Do not trust the No Old Stuff Here! tatoes, but the producers ot all other Jackson on Protection. FREE" Sowing Machine, other fellow to shape your policies Reliable Ketchup, Olives. Salad you. Be there. which we will give away for Providence has filled our moun- farm products that have been hit Dressing, Oils and things of that' on the above dat3 who tains and our plains with minerals and would have suffered more severe- sort in bottled form are offered knows? The current statement of the conwith lead, iron and copper and ly had It not been for the war. Take from fresh stock. Whoever gets it, will have tho best machlno dition of the Kentucky State given us a climate and soil for tho for instance, the wool grower: The We do our ordering from tho shows that tho State debt is growing of hemp and wool. These average wholesale price of "Ohio wholesaler in a way that keeps old made and it will cost them now over $3,000,000.00 and that the being the greatest materials of our fine" unwashed wool in the Boston stuff off our shelves. nothing. The FREE has every improvement increase during May was This is Important. national defense, they ought to have market for the five years 1915 to found on any other high This will be the "paramount" extended to them adequate and fair 1909, inclusive, was 25 V4 cents, as 1LER & BLACK. grade issue in Kentucky this fall. sewing machine and many Protection, that our manufacturers given by tho Farmers' Bulletin. The hmm ? u"imH I If same authority glvefe the average Minutes of County Union A. S, of E. iuuhU rvi.ll labor saving improvements and laborers may be placed In a fair duuwi The Ohio County Union of the A. The Louisville Post is bewailing competition with those of Europe and price of the same wool for the folfound on none except Tho v naa VUI UiCCl Ul 1a the fact that Kentucky Democrats that we may have within our oountry lowing years as follows: 1910, 24 Q nf V urns oallail IU vnsnf n ilia ' FREE. Be sure to be presare apathetic this year. Why should a Bupply of those leading and im- cents; 1911 20 cents; 1912, 23 cents; Court House at Hartford May 29th, ent that afternoon, It will they be otherwise? However, to portant articles so essential in war. The first four months ot 1913 the and was called to order at 1 o'clock be well worth while. Havo mauM1 you deposited your coupon? read the Posts accounts of the great We have been too long subject to the wholesale price of this wool in Bos p. m. by president S. L. "IT If not, do it If you have not niVwi ..... crowds drawn to hear its candidate, policy of British merchants. It Is ton was about 24 cents, but with the Minutes of the last meeting were Ur store and get one- -it will cost you nothing. ' ' '" passage through the House of Repre- - omitted and after a few remarks by! Mr. McDerniott, and the Owensboro time we should become a little more Inquirer's accounts of the thousands Americanized, and Instead of feeding !8entaUve8 of tne Underwood bill the the president the body proceeded to Remember July 15th. 3:00 P. M. , who, cheer themselvon hoarse over the paupers and laborers ot England, price dropped to 21 and then to 20 business. It was moved and carried that the Stanley, its candidate, one would feed our own, or else in a short time, cents, and continued between these chair appoint a committee to Investhink, the Democratic ranks alive by continuing our present policy figures until the end ot 1913. U must be admitted that wool av- tigate the prospect of getting a car (that of the Tariff of 1816,) we slall all be rendered paupers ourselves. It eraged much higher under Portection of stock for shipment or sale, about ' u has 8,nco th" Pa8!llW bX the the last ot June or the first ot July, It is clear that the Regional Banks is my opinion, therefore, that a n are a safe place to keep the money. ful and Judicious Tariff is much lHouse ot Hepresentatlves of the Un- - and Henry M. Pirtle was appointed. Moved that there be a committee laerwooa Tarm om. in 1909 and be-About two hundred and fifty million wanted.Andrew Jackson. to-da- y n througnout the country uuring the past yepr. Not only leading Republicans but representatives of important industries of the country and statisticians who have made careful examinations into the cause and effect ot the closing down ot mills and thai curtailment of employes by railroads and other industrial concerns of the country, take the position that if it were not for the war the Industrial conditions in the country as we And them T. A .... j ! Dem-thre- R. W. KING, p-.- -- q. I ',,. ..,,.,,., T' .7? , 4H0 15he FREE Day -j ' Thursday, July 15, 3:00 P. is the Day and the Hour $162,-332,-6- 9. . M-- WW I I mi fw y. " ... " 1 E. P. Barnes & Bro. care-tha- I you Daybreak We can furnish Corn and Tobacco Grower Fertilizer at reasonable prices. ACTON' MIOS., 40tf Hartford, Ky. WATCHFUL WAITING Tn nc ARumniucn lli lib flulltUUilLU President Notifies IsMMrassssMeMraaMM c f' I I a1 ran i jRH'MIQI IROlfclMMMMKUTIlMi Ml. . The Court of Inquiry la still doing business and tlio county Judge and County Attorney aro ubly assisted by the members of Sheriff Kcowh's office na well as the City Marshall In securing evidence against the "tigers." Mr. McChcsney Mexicans dUMfflEKUKtoatdl 'j 1 1" 1 " f Q " t" Wy They Must Stop War Soon. candidate for the ad-opt- ul Democratic nomination for Governor Washington, June 1. President will speuk at the Court Houso next WUkoii and his cabinet today 1 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, Juno 8, at it new policy to be pursued by Mr. McChe'incy It making his fight the United States toward Mexico. It State-wid- e on the prohibition Issue, and ho especially Invites the ladles haa for its object tho restoration of order nnd the relief of millions of to be present. from the devastaPost Ollico Inspector Taylor was tions of Mexico's military elements here last week and examined the ac- which have brought about conditions counts and hooka of Postmaster Mar- regarded ns Intolerable. I tin, finding everything In first class President Wilson read to the Cabshape and all money accounted for, inet a statement which Is to be comto a copper. Under Mr. Martin and municated tomorrow to the leaders Ills efficient nu'stMnta, Including the of all Mexican factions, serving noI! Rural Carriers, the Hartford Post tices that unless they, themselves, Office ranks "Al." compose the situation, some other Mr. S. L. King, the llurtford hard- means will be found by the United ware and harness denier, has Invent- States to bring about the ed a harness buckle which Is destined of a stable government in to play an Important roll In the fu- the republic. ture make of articles In that line. It Tlio statement was approvod after Is so constructed that all danger of a prolonged discussion. It will be tear In the leather Is eliminated and mc.do public tomorrow. If We begin now in it has been pronounced by salesmen The specific course of the United and farmers to be the very article to States will pursue in the evont the widely known Black sell fill a long felt want. Mr. King has contending factions fall to ngree was made application for a patent on his not outlined In the president's state Every give you Invention. ment, but the administration's pres-e- n purpose is to give moral support The case or Mcllunry Coal Co. vs. in Thomas Taylor was reversed by the to a coalition of tho best elements In Court of Appeals this week. Taylor Mexico and accord to the government Silk Lisle from 15c 25c. had been given a Judgement for $15,-00- 0, thereby created formal recognition. for personal injuries In the Ohio With such recognition would come pair. Men's Hose, all Circuit Court and the costs and pen an embargo on arms, permitting the alties would now amount to $17,000. constituted government to receive Silk Silk Lisle. The case waB reversed on account of munitions of war to the exclusion errors of the trial Judge In his in of all other elements or factions. 50c. structions and not on account of That the Governments policy If excessive damages aa given In the unsuccessful In this course ultimateof us. Think of Hosiery, verdict of the Jury. The case now ly might require Intervention has comes back to Ohio county for re- been considered, and the Intention IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE to insist an a settlement has not trial. Mr. Watterson Stcaley, Washlng-to- n been swayed by the possible necesTHAT SAVES YOU MONEY. City, who is connected with the sity of such action. The adminisDepartment of Commerce, was in tration's policy is tho culmination of Hartford several days this week on several weeks of conference between business connected with his depart- tho president and his official family. who ment. Mr. Stealey Is a son of Mr. The return of David West, spent three months personally InO. O. Stcaley for years the Washing ton Correspondent of the Louisville vestigating conditions In Mexico for Courier Journal and was himself at the president, was a deciding factor. . one time the political "dopster" at He brought back reports showing the the capttol for that paper. He is a food situation serious; the country's close personal friend of the editor of crdps have failed, industries are exthis paper who was glad to look on hausted, soil is not tilled for lack of cattle, slaughtered and exported for his genial face once' more. revenue, and that a terrible conditiJohn Torrjnc", who fives in a on-of What kind of cereal do you eat 1 affairs for the large masses for breakfast? We are sure to car- suburb of Beaver Damwas whipped of fhnocent is ahead by a band of masked regulators last ry it. ILER & BLACK. Saturday night and given orders to unless remedial measures are FRIDAY, JUXE 4. For high grade Pennsylvania Coal move from the county. He has al- The Amerfcan Red Cross has laid Oil, call on or 'phone ready sold his property and will plans for relief work to be carried O. T. O'BANNON, h H. & BT. L. R. R. TIME TABLE. leave at once. It Is said he was not with the state No. 115 due at Ellmltch 9:20 a.m. 45t4 Hartford, Ky. punished severely, but was given to out in department. No. 114 due at Ellmltch 6:15 p.m. Hon. Ben D. Ringo, Owensboro, Is understand that the visit and thrashNo. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. here looking after his Interests in ing was only preliminary unless he Committee Called. Ar. Irvlngton .. 3:40 p.m. complied with orders. The cause for the race for Commonwealth's The members of the Ohio County Lv. Irvlngton .. 6:4C p.m. his trouble is not known definitely Republican Executive Committee are Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Is thought to have been an efWith the season's change The Star Bloomer Girls will play at but It hereby called to meet at the court No. Ill Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. fort to regulate his morals. Put on your house In Hartford, Ky., at 10 o'clock Ar. Irvlngton . .10:00 a. m. Beaver Dam you need different underIn the ""recent examination for a. m., Saturday, Beo ieuimiiiu uiu Lv. Irvlngton ..10;40 a.m. e,uu raE June 12, for the teachers certificate held by Supt. transaction of important business. 1 .AA n in mond artists. wear. We can supply you f M. u. A.vCIIUMllil - maue Jr, ntinliAh . lonuus, oui oi oi applicants zt OTTO C. MARTIN, Ch'm'n. For lower" prices on Farm with the proper weight and first class; 25 second class and 11 RAMEY E. DUKE, Sec'y. M.i H. E. K. R. TIME TAHLB. Poultry Fencing and Barbed Wire, failed. Miss Lillle Rice, of Brecken-rldg- c texture, combining high May 18, 1915. ACTON BROS., call on South Bound, No. 115 , 45tl County made the highest gen8:45 a m. 40tf Hartford, Ky. Due at Hartford grade quality and moderate eral average 96 While Miss K. 1 Decoration Services. North Bound, No. Ill Everything In tho chicken line. Gorin Flener of Hartford made the The local Knights of Pythias lodge 0:15 p in. Little Grit and Charcoal Chicken price. Due at Hartford second highest with a general aver- will decorate the graves (Both "Mixed Trains.) of its deFeed and Drinking Fountains. age of 95 Miss Flener was one ceased Everything in men's members at Oakwood next ILER & BLACK. o of the graduates from Hartford Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The We're abreast, of Mr. Issac Foster has rented pro- recently and received the medal members are requested Wire cloth at S. L. King's. to meet at PerW from Mr' J. W. Ford on Un- - for highest general, average In u'iS; euest of the times in style. Our Mrs. E. P the Lodge Hall at 3 o'clock and ,joii oi. imu win inuvu iiere in me scholarship. Thh was her flnt relatives at Narrows. march to tho cemetry. The comstock is kept up to date. near future with his family from for teachers certificate. mittee on program is composed of Miss Nancy Ford returned home Owensboro. Miss Rico has been teaching for 18 Best values in town. knights, J. B. Wilson, E. P. Moore Tuesday from Fordsvllle. Candidates fo ofilco In the August years and has been one of the Board nnd W. W. Riley, On flowers, E. Y. Ouite a 4.uu.i uiu. ..re attend primary can obtain necessary blanks of Examiners for Breckenridge coun- Park, W. S. Tlnsley and S. T. Bar-net- t. .. j J for notification cd the singing at Beda Sunday. at Ohio ounty Clerks ty. Miss Flener Is one of the grade Barrass, Taylor Mines office, teachers for Hartford College next Mr. Thomas Program. year. Of eleven Hartford College W. C. BLANKENSHIP, C. O. C was here on business, yesterday. 3:00 Assemble at castle Hall Mr. W W." ifrowder. Ohio ountv pupils 7 made first class and 4 sec- - inarch to Oakwood. Miss Beatrice Haynes visited rel 'Farm Demonstrator, attended thelond cIaB8 certificates. None failed. Owensboro, this week. 4:00 Opening services. atlves In .HARTFORD, farmers meeting at Bowling Green Mrs. Mary White, Horse Branch Address Col. C. M. Barnett. Mr. Joh"nw7"STmpsonTLiverraore this weeK. lie was accompanied by made 100 in spelling. The first one Sdng Quartette. wns here on business, yesterday to make that grade for years. d Mr- - Nat Llndley, Point Pleasant, Reading Miss Leila Glenn. son. Ken- Mr. E. E7BlrkheaTa-riTHE BESHOF FEED. Song Quartette. Hnirjford Pressing rates $1 per of the noth were In Owensboro first Bloomer Girls vs. Reaver Dam, Decorate Graves. month. All work guaranteed. Clean- The Star Bloomer Girls, the fastest V woel Closing Services. f " repairing Your patronage women ball tossers on the globe will Dundee, was the'1" Mrs. DirD-mrroForeman Wedding last bats with the swift Beaver Dam fcross guesf of Mrs. Minnie Notice To CraHtoif). Nail pressor, A. P. team at the latter's park, Saturday. iber Shop. we All persons having claims against -'Foreman, Proprietor, 47t4 Something novel In the national sport rer.,,. ,., Mrs. J. Ney rosier, oi runup, m KEEP C04L Buy your Ice from and a corking good game. Game call- the estate of J. W. Westerfleld, deis the guest of Mr, C. P. Keown and O'Barinpn & Co., They ed about 2:00 p. m. Don't fail to be ceased, are requested to prove same Hartford. family. as required under the statutes and Vrmi among those present. will flplfvar Inn Avnrv ilnv present and file same for payment Wire Cloth,any width from 24 to patronago B0,cUea. 'Phone your with the undersigned administratrix 40 Inches, black and galvanized at orders to Home 'Plion'e 69. Owensboro Aato Line. 45t4 8, .L. King's. I have a splendid auto-bu- s that of said estate on or before the 1st The Republican has Installed a The ladles of thVChrlstlan church now 2 horse power gasoline engine now makes four trips a week to day of July, 1915. MARY F. WESTERFIELD, gave a measuring party at the res,- -. purcnaged througB the General Sup Owensboro and return, on Monday's, . Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Admrx. of James W. Westerfleld, dew. j. ueuu denceoi Mr. Co Owensboro H ,8 t0 furngh ceased. n,Bnt' 'power for our Standard Linotype, Safe licensed chauffuer In charge. is near you If you will only come here Fordsvllle, Ky., R. No. 1. Will carry passengers and light 45t3 Mr. Carl M. Taylor, candidate for nm works ke a charm. for it. What we give our customers the Republican nomination for Clr- Is not a miscellaneous collection of Jame(j jeytottajarQmont WBs freight, Doctor's Office and Dwelling for Sale. 4414 R. T. COLLINS. sources, but Is Is cult Court Clerk, was In town yes-- l, Monday bQt0IQ Judge w8on We have listed for sale two acres Feed from unknown terday. CAREFULLY SELECTED. and pronounced of unsound mind and good ground containing doctor's ofWill Pasture Stock. y How we always have Feed of the Miss Lurine Collins" left sent t0 the Hopklnsville Asylum, I have several hundred acres of fice, dwelling, all necessary best quality may not Interest you, J for Charleston Mo., where she wlllTuesday Mr8t Vola Fttrrj8i wno j8 a good pasture land and can pasture 2 wells water, 1 cistern be the guest of Mr and Mrs. A. V. D(eco 0f Mr. Peyton, was also your surplus stock cheaper than you and orchard. Splendid location for but the fact that we do have It must Judged a lunatic. Three, cases of can keep them at home. For fur- physician. None within a radius of interest all buyers. ., Misses Nancy Stout, Lyncuberg, lunacy have been before the court In ther particulars call on or address, five miles. Easy terms to right H party. Call on, or address (h Vft.,..and Louise Holliday, Hunting- - less than a week. The evidence W. H. COLLINS, Von, W: Va., are guests of Miss Mar- - showed that all the parties were 46t2 The Produce Merchants BARNETT & SON, Agts., Hartford, Ky. born in Grayson County. . KENTUCKY. ., On Hartford and Beaver Dam Pike. Siit ' ljjf Hqrook. Hartford, Ky. HARTFORD, i J HOT WEATHER NECESSITIES HUH' The Best g f In Everything! anouia dq maae ready Beiore g 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- i Do You not, Wear Hosiery? they are rics is as varied as our prices. style. Cat brand. the pair strictly Guaranteed to perfect satisfaction. Children's range prices to Ladies' shades. Sl.00 per Socks, spring 25c. Pnre shades. CREPES, VOILES, BATISTES, ORGANDIES, LACE CLOTH, LAWNS, SWISSES, Etc., priced at 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, and up to 50c per yard. We can easily show you a pat .! then think and re-mem- tern you like at the price you want to pay. J4Zbl&Gb, E. P. Barnes . & Bro, I BEAVER DAM, KY. )QQtliSQQ9SQ9eG9SiQS&tiSt,Q9St', Hartford Republican. -- i' Illllll I IIHIIWH Get Next to a Good Thing! u" A - , ... 1. I fur-nishin- Col-leg- "i. Hub Clothing Company KENTUCKY. "" Lf !HmK3 TheHinge Door Silo Tht Site TfcatCim Satisfactim Has the quality construction that be kept closed all the time andi prevent suage I reeling ID .Bw winter, drying in sum' mer. The safe, easy climbing ladder alt steel door frame and many more big features. Get our offer on a Lansing Silo oron theSilbc-r-zaiSilage Cutter. .., saves work and time. Doors can to-da- Light Running JWr0tfr 6ENERAL W. E. ELLIS BR0. THE SUPPLY CO. OwHsbro. Ky. ' WLVIIQ The Republican 1.00 per Year. i TlnMey. does not love God. Whoever is a mammon worshiper cannot servo' F.D. No. C. Clod and follow Jesus. No ono can Mny 15, 1015. servo both God and mammon. No Republican: Editors HOTEL Here is my Inst sny to Mr, Tlnsley. one can love God and hato mnn. Ev- STATE CONVENTION Definition of Socialism In sixteen ' eryone must love both God and man, Attorney Law words "Collectlvo ownership nnd!t ""' acceptance with God. This HARTFORD, KT. management democratic of things ls ",0 teaching of Jesus and tho .WASHINGTON: Will practice bin profusion l 11 b, nnd of Socialists, too. Tho mor- used, and prlvnte owner- Official Call Issued by Ceand adjoining counties. Couunejrsd) nls of Socialism aro tho same as the jsli 0f things privately used and Criminal Practice a Specialty. ntral Committee. Ethics Is one thing, rellcion Is an- - "'""la of Christianity. Jesus con- thing. Socialism is one thing, sidered the profit system immoral. other ELofamericanI 110 the SocialltS consider Irnllclnn In nnntlipr tlilnp. it llll- Econonilc equality nnd Identity of imornlmornl. Jesus protested against Delegate Vote Eased on 1908 In a city where good hotels State of Ohio. City of Toledo, ,, Interests will bring peaco and har- the wrong and Injustice that the Law abound, th Powhatan heads the l Luca County, " Election and All Intend Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he in mony. Our individualistic, capitalis- mnstor class Imposed upon the workliet.. HARTFORD, KY. wnlor partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney It Is fir st'la' the" hems ot Its tic and competitive system causes ing class. So do tho Socialist proft Co.. dolnc business In tho City of Tocountrymen. Mitjans. W. II. Llaru'ti and C. B. To Take Fart. ledo, County nnd State aforesaid, nnd war. Mr. Tlnsley, your religion Is test against them, their wrong nnd Inthat said firm will pay the sum of ONn Smith aunounoe that lhy liavu form-- a MAaM.HAMM evHUNDRED DOLLARS for each and religion of individualism and cap- justice, nnd fnvor Justice and tho ery cne of Catarrli that cannot be cured the partnership for tilio iuiural pracright. italism. by the use of HALT.'S CATARRH CUUC. tice ot law, vxcupt ciiiiiilii-.i- l and dlvor FilANK J. CHENEY. Loulsvllle, Ky., Feb. 12, 1915. Mr. Tlnsley, you neither underOutside of Marx's "capltnl", Marx Sworn to before me nnd sub'crlbed In c.isos, Mr.. Smith bolng County Aiteor-u- j' my presence, this 6th day of December To the Ilepubllcan Electors of Kenand Engel's "Communist manifesto" stood tho Bible nor Socialism. There18S6. A. D. is provsiKcd from pract,'ciig uuck you are not qualified nor nu- -, and the Socialist party platform there fore, (Seal) A. W. GLEASON. tucky: Notary Public. cc.it. Mr. Burnt will individually thorlzcd to write or speak either for Is no Socialism. None whatever. Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally The Republican State Central Comaccept such practloa Id Offlou nnd nets directly upon the blood nnd Confiscation wouldn't hurt ou, for them or against them. You nre withsurfaces of the system. Send for mittee of Kentucky hereby directs The Towhatan is rriTntil, Hartford Republican building, Hartyou have nothing mental, moral, or out social conscience. Social con-- , testimonial, free. elusive, and restful. Its excel that a State Convontlon of dole-gau- d ford, K" P. J. CHT.NET ft CO . Toledo. O. lent location on Pennsylvania science redeems mankind. Ignnranco material, to confiscate. Sold bv all DrHCRtMs, 75c. representatives of the R.'pub-lljA- n Avenue, ISlh and ) Streets, Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. excuses you. You nre neither class- makes it a desirable headquarMr. Tinsiey, as a rule a church Party in Kentucky be held in ters for bridal couples, tourist UAiii:.HTim rti.s ('l IOC. MAUI IN member has no acutely awakened consciousness nor social conscious. parties, conventions. Schools and tin: City of Lexington, Kentucky, at Kdison on the War. CruiiiMrll, K.v lliirtfuril, Ky, I'm unalterably opposed to that mis, toilet's. conscience concerning; the wrongs 12:30 p. m., standard time, on TuesMr. Edison, when in Philadelphia, The Powhatan attracts the information which renders men IgSTRATT0N & MARTIN people of culture and education. The day, tbo 15th day of June, 1915, for to receive the Franklin medal award- and injustices of capitalism. norant, bigoted, Intolenant, prejuIts proximity to State, War and the purpose of adopting a platform ed by the Franklin Institute, was in- most powerfulvmoral agency bulwark- diced nnd presumptlous. Navy Departments, also to many Attornoyn at Law And withjoints of historical Interest, ing the capitalist system Is the embodying the principles upon which terviewed on electricity in war, nnd CROMWELL, - KY. makes this hotel especially atout social conscience. church. Head Acts 11: Also tractive to a discriminating pub. the Repubdlican party and its nomi- said: Will practice their profession In thla "I will not choose what many men lie nees will ask the support of the elec"Electricity will play but a minor Acts IV: 32, 34, 35, 37, 3S, 39, on admire, because I will not Jump with and djolnlng counties. Collections. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at $1.50, tors of Kentucky, at the November part in this great war. The use of having "all things common. This commonsplrlts, Commercial nnd Criminal 1'ractlco nor rank me with $2.00 and up. Rooms with prielection, 1915. gas and chemicals Is really the most was communism. Read XXV: 23, Le- the barbarous Specialty. vate bath, $2.50, $3.00 and up. Prompt and vigorous multitude." Read 3C, same The delegates to said State Con- effective, if not the most horrible, viticus, on land. "Write for booklet with mip service- - Notary in office. Loving Justice, hating tyranny rev vention shall be selected by county instrument yet devised. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS, The Ger- chapter. Leviticus, on usury. Manajer, The humnn mind is a factor In the erencing truth and virtue, nnd giving mass conventions to be held In the mans introduced it, of course, but praise to character and intellect, I e Socialcounty seat in each county at 1 the allies, as Lord Kitchener Indicat process of social evolution. o'clock p. m., standard time, on Sat- ed In a recent address, will take it ism is impossible in ignorance. It is subscribe myself, ',lllllllllllllil,i'tllll.ll,.,i Yours for human brotherhood, and urday, June 12th, 1915, except in up. And I think they will be entire- not a system that will force itself up I),. tlm II I. i... ami equality " the counties of Bell, Boyd, Campbell ly Justified in retaliating with gas on us, nor one that will work auto-l1'- " "1 sxml TRADEsMAnKQ WOlViiiiN Ii txdcvuiit IfClnUlT obUlhiNl ln matically. We shall not have Social-- 1 "' '""" and Kenton, in which counties saiu tor gas, chemical for chemical. iriurito Itr vcuum1i pATCNrs WILLIAM HENRY CUNDIFF. Tho most economical, cleansing nnd Ism until the people think. THAT PAY ibhtiiiMtUrn lUrMiUr. tt our conventions shall bo held iu the cities "Elliciency has played a prominent suniM, inv, ftii'i uriii ) u wisirtch tvr rftCC germicidal or all nntlseptlcs la Newport part in this var,"Mr. Edison continMr. Tinsiey, you have never learnof Middlesboro Ashland, rrtsUl. t'lii'tairr fMrt The Republican $1.0(1 per Year. tin irnunuuir n jtr- - trftfiirt. sun I and Covington, respectively; provid- ued. "The Germans, long prepared ed to think. Parrot like, you repeat PASSINQ nrrrrrNrr iw fM. unt.u m voswiTi iTrnttMt ed that in the county of Jefferson and long trained, it must be admit- what you've been taught; whether it iithtir to B0300& aov.mth Street, and City of Louisville, the city and ted, were far the more efficient at confronts reason or WflgHINGTON, D. -- C. nmn TH7I1M rjwijn iss county executive committee shall pro- the outset. The use of gases in warThe greatest A sclubio Antiseptic Powder lo vide for the holding of conventions fare was either unconsidered or else the Socialist In each ward and in the county of unknown by the allies. bo ciissclvcd in water as needed. In fact, I tive quality of social conscience In Jeff ei son, exclusive of the City of believe that it was never considered, church members. Tho Immoderate j Wedding As a medicinal antlscntlc for douches In trcstlns catarrh, inflammation or Louisville. as it was their contention that such individualism in their moral instruculceration of nose, throat, and that The form of voting in said county instruments are prohibited by Inter- tion makes them indifferent to the caused by feminine Ills It has no equal. mass conventions on all questions, national laws. facts of social problems. The church For ten years th Lydla U Pln,:ham aball be viva voce except in the City "Lord Kitchener is perfectly right, member has no awakened social conMcdlcInoCo.has recommenced Paxtlno FLORIST In their private correspondence with of Louisville and Jefferson county, however. All is fair in war. The science on the wrongs, robberies nnd The National Weekly Where the county executive com allies can draw from America es- injustices of the capitalist system. women, which proves its superiority. Masonic Tomplo mittee shall determine the man- sentials necessary, if they have not He is Without moral fervor for Social Women who havo been cured any It Is "worth Ita weight ln gold." At lier of voting. The county execu- got them, and with their great num- Justice, and economic freedom for OWENSBORO, KY. druggists. COc. largo box, or by mall. the workers. tive committees shall give not less bers, will be doubly powerful." Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Until this year Any religious teaching which igthan ten days' notice of the time, the The gas principally used by the Collitr'$ Ins bcn particular place or building whero Germans at this time. is chloride, a nores Social Justice in the means by SBSBSlMBJSfSSJfffJsl sold at $5.50. Now Bald county or ward mass conven- deadly chemical formation, which which we live is worthless, and is a the price u $2.50 tions shall be held and the manner vitally affects the lungs, causing eith- terrible menace to humanity. anducliacsfcuttti Olxio County a concession s hetc-b- y of selecting delegates, by newspaper er instant death if taken in quantiThe Bible is a dangerous, radical wc can otfer it publication or, by notices posted in ties, or else lingering death from hook (to masters and rulers); and Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhoaid. at a still further Judge; Bon 1). Itiugo, Atlornu, conspicuous places in each voting strangulation caused by a white the secret of tho revolutionary charreduction in conKADa t. tti !U ki cyw 531 vsa aaiJ' SI I. Mldkiff, Jailer; B. G. nection mtU this. precinct of the county. froth which is formed in the chest acter of this book is that it puts so . Ol Cierk; 13. E. Blrkhead, Master Coiu- publicatiun. . .u- wu IliltHH cvcryuiiag nsr tans. All voters who were entitled to and comes up through the nostrils. great a finite value upon human life .vui.il 4..1.f misbloner: R. Tr- - Collins, Trustw In nervous prostration participate in the conventions at and personality. It makes human i weaknesses they nre and female Jury Fund; S. O. Kcown, Sheriff. Special Offer to Our Readers: though intimating Mr. Edison, the supreme Dojiuties S. A. Hnitchcr, Hartford. which delegates were elected to the that this would not be the only JIfe and welfare sacred above all othItccocnizinc the prrsi tlrmaml lor CWir' t office deputies .Mrs. S. O. Kcown aiu .Republican State Convention held the new price, we tia e made omncenents ti er things. FOR K!DNEY,L.!VERAND chemical or gas used in dealing Gilmoro Kcown. Court convenes first nllcr it and our own publicatiun esch one cr In he Ctiy of Louisville on Wed Mr. Tinsiey, you nnd your church 1 UKACH lor the price ul C7irr'taIonr t ln is n limits 1 Monday in February and continues TROUBLE death, did not permit himself to (jrTeranlinusttctaktnadtantageofiirumpil).' J ' it is nesday, the 10 th day of April, 1912, the best medicine ever cold three weeks; third Monday lu April, enumerate other agents or tell how have assumed the Interpretation of P two v.oek8; third .Monday In October. over a drucgisfe counter. and those known Republicans who What You Get m Collier's- they could be operated against an the oracles of God. You declare your irilll HIIMIIIMI..I.IMI..I f two weeks'. have attained the ntrp, of 91 KinrA love for souls, while you fight against County Court John B. Wllaon. CoUier'i Is the Mie lug. indej entlrnt, (carlris tiat date, shall bo entitled to parti- weesly o( the wile conntrir. .Not only it it tie Judge; W, C. Blankcnshlp, Clerk; No; electricity will be superseded that which Is best for the body free cood return's handbook but it i. al,o , Cipate in the conventions to elect You announce the eternal 12. C. Smith, Attorney. Hartford. masssine (or the wbotc (smily Ar one itrju by chemicals," he repeated, "and dom. , JeleefiivS ,. the State Convention chemicals, as value of hut ignore tho1 , YOU Court convsnes first Monday in eucli things that a ) car's subscription cues sujj the most destructive month. 1000 EdliorUls " I herein called. aw mBBK weapon, will probably decide this value of tho body, which must have Quarterly Court BcrIiis on the 600 Nnti rhotot On a ilnlofFntn elm 11 tin troici fnr health and sustenance in order to 250 s:rt ArU'cIrs " first Monday In every mouth. war." ISO Short Slori. give value, to the soul. or fraction thereof each 100 votes Court of Calms Convoiitva first 100 Illustrated Features Tucbday in January and first Tues2 Complete Norela. If a man is valuable anywhero he amounting to BO or over cast for tho Constipation Cmetl OiernlKlit. day in October. is valuable everywhere, whether emRepublican candidates for electors Collier's $2.50) A small dose of Other County Officers C. S. Mo- Treatment Jn each county at tho Presidential and you enjoy a full, free, easy bowel bodied or disembodied, whether on Ioy, Survejor, Fortlsvllle, Ky., K. JtpZ.Du' for WEAK F. D. No. 2; Tom Hlnes, Assessor, Hartford Republican or In Heaven. It a human beexcept in the coun- movement in election in 190S. the morning. No grip- earth tdHntfcaWa' ing is tho supreme value In Heaven Shulta, Superin ty of McCreary (which had not been ing, LUNGS or Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Dr. Is Podophyllln for tendent, Hartford; A. B. Riley, created in l()0S) whero the com- - (May Apple) without the gripe. Po- - in God's presence, ho ought fo be the T. H. Benton, CONSUMPTION Coroner, Hartford; supreme value on earth in the pres u,UCu .mu i.y.iuu u, w. i'uu..caU x Road Engineer, Hartford. corrects the cause of Constl-an- d If you mention this nanerwo wilt Kond nn ence of men JUSTICES' COURTS. Progressive candidates for Pres-.pat,by ar0UB,nB the Uver, lncrcas. FREE, by mail a quick relief for Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday nft-Mr. Tlnsley, you are called upon fbttle identlal electors In 1912 ls taken as ,ng ,)e flQW of ,, ,g Naturo.g be 3d Monday in March, Tuesday aft- uuw" couRns, pains j"" y )n this basis, McCrcary (o overthrow the , the basis. P'taiisr. night chesti "'.. sweatS( hemorrhages, weak cr 3d Monday In June. Tuesday alt Wfh nrnn. County is entitled to nine votes, and ier amount of bile digestion In bowels Ramb, ln ""man souls and bodies lungs or consumption. er 3d Monday in September, Tues-- 1 1 LS ,0 csta,,Usl, boclallsra nnd flfiv ilfrnr fl,l Mnnllntr ti, hnpninlm. l' 10CK BOX 616 1)e,tl"uctea rrom.j8 perfect. Xo gas. no fermentation, free,0HI0 MEDICAL CO. wf1 T. n COLUMBUS, 0. L. A. McDanlei, Rockport, Friday MeCALL PATTERNS . no Constipation. Don't bo sick, ner- V, ;. V ., ,..c 7 . shpllclty sn Ce.!'t!f,rd ,or after 3d Monday ln .March, Friday Mr. Geo. Tinsiey, I'm a member of reliability nearly 40 r"'fct Sold in nearly " i ."....i..-.-- . ..u... years. v irritable. Get a bottlo of Po- after 3d Monklay in June, Friday ! .' JL -- ' McCreary County was created, In tho "i. in me aria Canada, or by mail direct. uiiuru anies thin x after 3d Monday ln September, More sold from your Druggist now and the M. R. Church, South: and was a The Tlirice-a-Wee- k Edition sny other make. Send lor tree catalorve. proportion I hat tho Ilepubllcan member of the Baptist Church for Friday arter 3d Monday in Decure your Constipation overnight. 1 McCALL'S MAGAZINE cember. vpte polled it these counties in 1008 34 years. Hence, I'm not an infidel. aa Ifnta J""""',"' il "- - aikeffiKAd l"n ,nT "" nsnion S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday IL rns;ilne-mllll- on Of The New York World a month. Imalmbte. Lu I'm for Social justice. bears lo tho combined Progressive It j ItcdfleltT llniiul. Prospct after 3d Monday in March,, Wed- m est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery. plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdressinv. Nor am I an anarchist. I believe and RepUbllcavi vote polled in Mcnesday after 3d Monday in June, . One day last week W. T. etiquette, pood stories, tic. cents Wtldnesday after 3d Moufday in Sep-- , T 7"J ("J"1 dnuule), IncludingOnly 60 pattern. Creary County In ID 12. The votes es- - In tho political economy of Jesus, and a free the South Sixth street real hw aw. a.u..; VUJJ. religious principles that He I'ritcticully a Dully at The I'rice of a tembcr, Wednesday after 3d Mon- ' from Whltley, tate dealer, advertised for a man to in the deducted Are titrw ila.v In T)ppnmbfr. srunuuHUL INUUCEAIENTS Weekly. No other Newspaper the Tour froln l'ulaskl, and two from work on a farm. He stipulated in the enumerated. Jesus denounced R. c. Tlchtinor. Centortown, Sat- -' 'I tSlw'c,hV,ui oS'eT WIS?!? clUloe. , vVnyntj. Upon the basis above iUed, 'advertisement that tho man in the World Gle.s so Much urday after 3rd Monday in each should money changers (shovers and disM..M " i " ..IV. counters of legal paper and money), the several counties of the State are 'j)e married. .Mr. Llttlefleld was at so Imw u Price. to representation as follows: sfled the good democratic times the nnd all the horde of usurers, landVVC.MawJLJAJci4 Wlnson Smith. Select. Tuesday ut,t ''nffl of Ills day. after 2d Monday ln March, Tuesday Adair 19, Allen 19, Anderson 10, country is now enjoying would bring lords and after 2d Monday in May, Tuesday You seem to favor them, and to Ballard 7, Barren 23, Hath 15, IU'll'hlm ono or more applicants, but ho The year 1914 lias been tho most Monday in and CUKE THE 4.UNCiSf after to lay burdens on the extraordinary in the history of mod- day 3d 2d Monday August, Tues28, Boone C, Bourbon 23, Boyd 29,jwas wholly unprepared to meet e desire them in November. after ii 15, Bracken 11, Breathitt 1C, teen y S. Dean, W. Dundee, and willing men poor (tho workers). Jesus dld'not. ern times. It has witnessed tho outBreckinridge 2C, Bullitt 7, Butler 23, ench ready t0 g0 to work, lu addition Jesus was the friend of tho poor. Ho WITH after tho second Monday iu fQ Caldwell 15, Calloway S, Campbell jt0 u0 nineteen men In front of his was one of them. And Ho was loyal break of tho great European war, March, Wednesday after 1W Monday In '.May, Wednesday Monday 70, Carlisle 5, Carroll 5, Carter 26, 00ri there were half a dozen women, and truo to His class. You, Mr. a struggle so titanic that it makes in August, Wodnebdaynfter 2d 2d Mon-la- y after Casey 19, Christian 4G, Clark 19, iwll0so presence was quickly explaln- - Tinsiey, aro an enemy (o your cluss all others look small. In November. the working clijss. You, therefore, Hon F. Rico. FoiUsvIlIo. Tuesday Uiay 'u. (Jiinion u. vniietuicn ii, Pj, one of the men stated to Mr. You livo in momentous times, and FOR tfQUSHG the you should not miss any of the tre- after 2d Monday Iu March, ThursCumbirland 12, Daviess 39, IMmon- - JMttiuntld that ho needed work so aro not loyal nnd truo to day after 2d Monday in May, ThursVCLUS Tibl ColUa lite! 13, Elliott C. Hstlll 15, Fnyetto ,)d,i,y that he had brought his wlfo friend of tho poor. Neither aro you ton flrOALLTHRtmTANOLUNBTttOIJBtES. fl mendous events thnt aro occurring. day after 2d Monday in Angus', ..ii.. f. m47. Fleming 20. Floyd Hi, Franklin ,t0 ,,rove to the satlbfactlon ot tho tho friend und bcrvaut of God, tho Thursday after 2d Monday in GUAKAKTiJKD QAIISAClOHVl 10, ,.0iI)ectlve employer that ho wast n fnthor, who nont us Jesus, the Son. No other newspaper will inform you 16, Fulton 0. Gallatin 3. Garrard UiO JHO.TOY ilSFTJNDED. Bon W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday utt war"! is I'MJutsti ii,uwrjr'j3 Grant 11. Gruvos 17, Grayson 2t,,1Hrred man. Torre Huuto Satur-- Fathor and Son must certainly dis- witli tho promptness and cheapness Monday In March, Friday nfter er 2d own you. Tho ono who accepts not of tho Thrlco-a-Weo- k Green 13. Greonup 21, Hancock 11. tiny Speculator. edition of tho 2d Monday In Ma, Friday after 3d tho doctrinal teaching of Jupuh Is not Now York ilardlu 19, Harlan 14, uarrlbou iu, World. Moreover, a year's Monday in August. Friday after 2d a followor of Ills. Ho in an Infidel. Monday lu Novoiubor. Thirty.l For li."5 Cfiit.s. Hart 20, llcuderoit 20, Henry 1 1, subscription to It will taku you far HARTFORD POLICE COURT. Hlokiuun 7, Hopkins 33, Jackson 19, Dr. Klan'i Now l.lfo Pills ara now Tbo muii who sides with tho master O. C. Martin, Judao; McDovtoll A. ig a Into our ufe.xt 1'rostdentlal campaign. glase' (tuttlN, clamt against the working c!a Jefferson S72. Jebhamine 13. Johtuwn supplied lu weIl-ork- e Koglft, Citty Attorney; J. V. Stevens, i LtD i pinninrn ine ijr 3 sugar ooatexl whUei traitor to (lad and humanity; for The ThricosA-Woe- k World's regit-lq- r Marshal; Court convenes second Mon-da- y 23, IvMiton C4, Knott 6, Knox J8, containing (l . ' '. .k rTsA'lf Jesua religion was that of Cod and 20, Lawrncc 21. ipilW.'for 25c. 10, L,arHS On pill with a kIm in rach mouth. subscription prloe ia only $1.00 evpyn l.i . , H Att C UNTH.. 3. ' City Council J. C. Ucr. Viyor: R. Umiiuri ' r ft i ' i It , l i - nm, Loe S, LHllf 14, Uetcher IS. Luwlr of water before ittlrlug Is an artrage Uumanlty. per year, aud tbls pays for lifi pa- -' HJ i. a i i !' tt . it,... J. K. f. Collins, Clerk; Council Bean,c.TroasTlHslsy, tu a truitur to 19, Logan 23, Uvlagtpn Ioh, You. Mr. Unt)iA and plsasaut t tak. dl ' nn it "t. ro E!iie!'.'y. n "it: J. pera. Mombcra oi 1& rettults. your clsas .i U'or 4he vfyrklng clubs. But pupor We offer thin uaequuled news- iirw. Cai-t- A. D VVIilt. X. od Jaaatlt 10, I'W I. Madlaou ".:, M.tgi)tl!i lti.'l!;refrY V,it. 710Kj.Ul,. aud I alc 1 OaVa, yo are not. CM IT oillt'sple, W II You W MarlsM rta isanshall H. Martlu It, Ch;si) auri eouomJsfcV0 use. Get a A x:n: JititTFonn ni:i'nn.icN Qrov '. are an eoe&iy to CM gad nai. ,Wllo- MBjtw'iVC''4l'kr -- ' Metetabottisj-KHNy- . Uk. ow v' H.nl'ord Moarl K ltn i Ion .1 II. twtr Is the eMajK of awn is tovHx" to 't'.ir 'nr tre .ir lor 41.(5. $.W.sfts. ., Mcr.or B C - nu. ('h'ui'ii : The r'i;iilar prli;o of Hec , h rersa. miif- k' MSstJHlftll. MpM IP. MoutfoMtt noflfiC. t$ te- - A i'oul, Tr .us;R T Sol- M 11 WT ox ) tbo two paper is $'J.00. liub, J D Duko. 4r 4pw nfl-Hf- P THE REPUBLICAN berg 31, Nelson 14, Nicholas 11, Ohio 33, Oldham 6, Owen 7, Owsley 12, Pendleton 12, Terry 13, Plko 35, Powell 7, Pulaski 41, Robertson 4, Rockcastle IS, Rowan 10 Russell 13, Scott IS, Shelby IS, Simpson 9, Spencer C, Taylor 12, Todd 1G, Trigg 14, Trimble 3, Union 13, Warren 29, Washington 15, Wayne 17, Webster IS, Whitley 37, Wolfe S, Woodford 14. Totnl 2,3C0; E. T. FRANKS, Chairman. ALVIS S. BENNETT, Sec. 1 CuntlliT Answer Hartford, Ky., R Profossional Otto C. Martin at WMM t ly Barnes & Attorneys at Smith I mu-rnt- is 44-4- 5. t " -- ,... '""' I U feO Tl's33 i rrrdFor Bedding Plants Decorations. Funeral Designs. Etc.. sec TAPSCOTT, flli Collier's jsjpwsj- Collilrs in Clubs First Time tS (. csrse 5"5 Directory A ( the-sou- .r mJf WILL TAKE OUR FREE fyr JJ .,, Tj0-LaDo-La- F ,.,. or to-da- 1C,-"- I f, )m VlVkwiJ (XJ !''' I sat.-ontitl- "'o u,i profit-monge- rs KILLthb COUGH nine-Boyl- able-bodi- Wad-nr&dn- King's LJIS8ISOT enlfea ..,- , ,- H ' i 2, fsy H it-i- - n , t. . 1 elaaa-eonscio- u. U:rouTjCo&pUUpm)4$i;U subs-orlptlo- rotkoi'' M:i .JeJX'.'K', ift'U Children Cry for Fletcher's Tho Kind You Have .Always BonSiit, and whloli lias liccn In iimo for over SO years, lias bornotho Hlgniiliiro of nd la been mndo under h!s ;cr- ,,- S-- & A,,ow to deceive you In this. All Count or feltH, Imitations and "Tust-ns-gooaro ISxporiiuonts tiiat trlflo with and endanger tlio licvlthbut of infants and Children Experience ayaiust Experiment, TV TT?.. d" . Cnstoria n a. harmless fuinsHhtto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothintr Syrups. It Is It foiitalns neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys Worm and allays Fevcrlshness. For more than thirty years it lias horn !u constant use for tho rollef of Constipation. Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teotliliig Troubles and lMarrhica. It rctfiilatos tho Stomach ...and Bowclj, ! assimilates f 1m V1101I. rivtn- lnn1Miv ,i.., Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend, pl-asa- What is CASTORIA nt. - - ...! GENUINE CASTOR3A Bears the Signature of ALWAY i (az7&ZcU The Kind Yon Have Always BoiigM In Use For Over 30 Years THICCHTAUn OOMPSHT. TT MURT STRICT. ICW YORK CITY. Starck Pianos E No Money inAdvnnco Sntiifno Hon Guar a n t b tl Lo went Net y - - Fact orjr Pricnn S200Fac Front Torinn A Sn vl m ot Eaaieit SlOO to ioty Direct P. A. STARCK enttiBcnr OWN HOME Wo will nliln jou a beautiful Store!; Piano for 30 davs" freo trial. In vour home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will piny upon, uso and toat this nUnii for 30 days. If. nt tho end of that time, you do not find it the hlKhCHt trade, sweetest toned und finest niano In every wav. that vou have ever keen for the money, you aro nt perfect llber.y to send It back, and wo will. In that event, pay the freight both wuys. This Starck Piano must make good with you, or there Is no sate. $e ww F1RVC CDEE TDIAI uhio upirJj rntt it an iniHi. IN YOUK Savi $150.00 or Mir rot Easy Payments Ton pay no cash down, but after SO dijri payment on the low cf trial, jau can eat, eailfK term eer uBgeteJ by a piano We ship direct ta jrou from our factory, of $150.00 in the nrlt that uve vou nf your piano. nVguirantre to furnish a better plsno dr the money tli.in jou )oj rvih- rl sow In re. Yoti ro sMur! o( recnrln.r Mtlsfjctory tweet toned durable lilgii cthIs piano, uit your convenience, and It li iKws'ble for you to bfy a pkino far your home, without nunufarlutvr. Tbrae terma are arranged to . nlnlrif the mow. OR.Ves? f:arnpla diarcn layar-rMan- , r.Tcrr Burrk PUnJ U murantnd for S3 yrsrs. Vm icuianti tm 6jck c: it our Jkyeiri of piano eiperlence, and the rep tstlon of nn rrtnomible plino biuai. 2nd - Hand Bargain bate ennttantlr on hanl a ?r-- j nunber it slightly ujI bind pianoa of all and tandanl makra takm In cx chirni" for n'W Etarct l'li'j), The follow. and riayer-Plan!- . ng are a few aampie beririlni! W tt th tarck Playcr-l'iair- 50 Fro 9 Ltssons every SSssIo Stelnway Chlckering Kimball Weber purchaser of To Htarclc Planoi, ivt give free tmific lesions. In one ot the best known schools In t'htraeo. Thee lewuu you ran take In your own home, by null. This represents one year' tree Initructlon. Starck ccond-bin- $110.00 92.00 90.03 95.00 195.00 barfiln Hit. ful I'Jayer tian xi tta market, Vou will be Ith the many fiuturci of wonderful initnimenls, ani will be plcaanl with the very low price at which they ran be secure J. KMt and mmt Itautl trt tbe Send for our lateit complete lodav for nur nnr bcaiitlfullr illustrated piano liook which glrcs you a large amount of lnforma. lion regarding planoi. This liook will Interest and plcaw you. Write today. fiano book Spnd es f P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1313 Starck Bldfi., CHICAGO FARE stfSS $322 ' feDAILY BETWEEN M?. CLEVEI AND & IsW K5STJ r--3 Tha EB 3 M.irn'fler.t Stf auncn iJ'SjSSJK Cletpln Tho Great Shin "SEEANDaEE" lltTTWUUI lartwt oad raoat coat! "CITV OF CaiC" atcamer on any lnimd watsr uf tha wjrlX TWBt,v accumraodi- - "CTTY OF DUFFALO" CLEVELAND Lnn Airlv LeavolIaSaJo SuI'.M. llovelmd 6::i) A. M. Arriv ClovilaaJ 60 uunaio 'iiFi.il tlck-r- .. DufTal for Niagara Falla ani all Uaatern and CajadlM polnta. Pjilroad Connoctloru at , traupuruUon va uu-- atmnura. Aak .i,,,, itw.v.-- clv.lu..i and Uu.fal j ar mod Im oor lickut awnt for ticl.u In U. & D. Una. (ixtlonal nutila chart. howui bolU terlr and LiterUr it lru Orcat IJrautif ully ml cmta U cxrar iwtac uod cjuIo. Alw aafc ant o.-- rueelpt cf Ship Sl'.EANDBIX" pitorlal and dwnrtn hookltt f rx. tortftr THE CLEVELAHD & BUFfALO TRANSIT CO. CIsTalaJiU, Ohio DaUy, May lot to Dec 1st BUFFALO SJi''! riai uaiki io magazines. Kvery Village Has One. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE There's a nice little lady In our THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH FOR FLETCHER'S village who Is a natural born col- ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. lector. When the public library . needs a new carpet; when the little Women of the Farms. church needs money for the installThe circular sent to women living ment on an organ; when a family, on farms, by Secretary of Agriculture deserving or undeserving. Is so up Houston, Inviting them to state what against it as' to stand In need of finanthey most need In their large share cial aid in these and many other of the business of agriculture has emergencies does this woman hustle brought many thousand replles.whlch out with the subscription paper and The Republican and Louisville Herald have been duly classified and. will be come back with the kale. Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.76 In the kept under consideration. Recently there was an orphan child The main the objections urged in this to be sent away to distant (both Republican and Home and Farm ..... ....... i;50 response by letter refer to a small re- ways) relatives. The expense was The turn In money for woman's labor, to $7.50, and our collection expert start- The Republican and Inquirer 1.75 drudgery, and to lack of social Inter- ed out to get 75 cents each from ten course. Tho desire Is for better prominent citizens. Tho first man The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 household conveniences, especially In slio called on came across with n The republican ana Lany uwenBDoro inquirer........ 3.50 the water supply, lighting, sewage, dollar. g equipment generaland O'boro Messenger ly.75 "I haven't got the change," she The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k More leisure Is said. ly In tho kitchen. asked for reading, training of chil175 "That'll be all right," he told her. The Republican and Kentucky Farmer dren, social life and recreation. Some Hut she wouldn't have It that way. of the letters go Into the abstract He was to send his little boy along The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 question of happiness In the home, with her and he was to take back a Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 but It Is clear that the government qunrter out of the next 75 cents she The cannot undertake to supply this to or- collected. Fifteen minutes later the The Republican and Weekly Iuier Ocean and Farmer $1.50 der, either In rural places or In tho child rushed Into tho house, crying. cities. In nny caso, progress must "She gimme the quarter," he ex depond chiefly on individual efforts, i plained, "an" I put It In my mouth nnd these vary as much as the results. so t wouldn't lost it an I've swal- Ilut much of the work on farms Is In lowed It!" poor adjustment, and hero Is certain ''Run back to her as fast as you ly a field for betterment. The ener- can," cried the father, "and tell her getic support of practical reforms, about it. She'll fix you, all right THE both by farmers and their wives, a she' can get money out of anybody!" V-VESEWING cheerful zeal, the Intelligent arrangea -N bo MA ment of tho labors performed, will OF Globe a good start for all concerned. QUALITY.) FOR FLETCHER'S Democrat. I comes with Us unshlnc, Its fresh veg- No Hex In Militarism. Ccrtalnly tho eminent women Bov - lclablcs nn(1 nU c,so Invigorating, but erelgns of history hnvo contributed tho ch,ldren nro In no condition to their full shnro to tho warfaro of tho rcce,vo "nturo's remedies, Many Parents call In tho family world. Scmlramls of Assyria and Jingo of Japan.lf we go hack to semi- - Phy'cnn- - Many other parents tako legendary ages, were chiefly famed "lvantago of what the physlcln told fnr Ihnlp liolllrrnrptiro Konnliln nf lu'" W"K" "O was Iirsi caiieU in COI1- Palmyru and Uoadlcca of Hrltnln sulfation. All good family physiciwere not advocates of "peace at any ans say: "Give tho children Cbb- jtorla." Healthy pnrents know this price." Elizabeth of England, Catherine of remedy of old, for they took It themRussia, Maria Theresa of Austria and selves as children. It was more than Hungary, Anne of England, Christina thirty years ago that Castorla made nnd Isabella of Spain, all had reigns a placo for Itself In tho household. marked with many wars. Of oven It horo tlic signature of Charles H. Tho Victoria the Good It was said at her Fletcher then, as It docs nature Is its guarantee, which Is jubilee that there had been a war accepted in thousands of homes for every year of her long reign. Nor have nonrclgntng women al where there are children. Much is printed nowadays about ways arrayed themselves on the side e Dr. William J. of peace or of nonreslstance. From h'B families. time of Miriam and her maidens Crnnn, of Omaha, Neb., Is tho father fam-i- n to tho present women have exulted of one of these the triumphs of battle and bavejillcs. Here Is what he says: "As the father of thirteen children Incited their menfolks to pugnacity. From Joan of Arc to Molly Pitcher I certainly know something about great medicine, and aside from they have, on occasion, taken strenu-'you- r ous lead In actual conflict; for which my own family experience I have, in the world honors them. It has long my years of practice, found Castorla been notorious that France's Mexican a populnr and efllclent remedy In resulting In Muxmllllan's trag-- , most every home." edy, was tho direct result of tho In- Charles II. Fletcher has recplved trigues of Empress Eugenie and hundreds of letters from prominent ' physicians who have the same esteem "Poor Carlotta." Tho matrons of Imperial Itonic, for Castorla that Dr. McCrann has. tho women of the Medlcis and Bour- - Not only in their own families, but hons, were never exponents of peace- they prescribe It for their patients. ful humanlturlsm. The women of First of all It Is a vegetable prepara- the French revolution were as blood- - i tlno which assimilates the food and regulates the stomach and bowels. thirsty as the men. Nor docs the disposition of wom- After cdttng conies sleeping, and Casen iu our own day reverse the record torla looks out for that too. It al- of history. One of the features of .lays reverisitness and prevents loss our civil war upon which the whole of sleep, and this absolutely without nation looks with most pride was tho the use of opium, morphine or other day In which tho women, both Nortli , baneful narcotic, Medical Journals are reluctant to and South, displayed militant zeal urging their broth- -' discuss propreitary medicines. Hall's and ers, husbands, sone and lovers to en- -' Journal of Health, however, says: list In tho army, and scoring as cow- - "Our duty Is to expose danger and nrds unworthy of their regard those record the means for advancing who would not do so. It was one health. The day for poisoning In-the foremost pioneers of the move- - jnocent children through greed or for women's emancipation who , noranco ought to end. To our know-wro"The Dattle Hhyn of the Ite- -' ledge Castorla Is a remedy which duces composurenad health by regu-I- n Europe today tho same rulo latlng the system, not by stupefying holds good. The women of every It. and our readers are. entitled to belligerent land, Including many of the Information." the foremost suffragists, aro urging the men to enlist, and so fight the Farm, Near Wliltesvllle, For Sale. war oftt to the bitter end. There Is We have listed with us a good 108 not In history, nor In contemporary acre tarm 4 Vi miles South of any disproof of tho . Whltpsvlllp. nhmit linlf nf It hnttnni observation, poet's saying that "the female of the am, forty acr(Jg ,n Umber n Buecies is more deadly than the cludlncJig. gum., besides various other male." As least la the human spe- trees., No buildings. See us for cies she Is fully as militant as he. prloes. There Is no sex In militarism. From BARNETT & SON, Agents. the North American Review. to-daJ Mc-thmuch-read-abo- ut , al-we, of te pro-publi- STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS I I Majority of Friends Thought Mr. Hughes Would Die, One Helped Him' to But taking other medicines. take his advice, although any confidence in it. decided did not I M Recovery. I have now been taking tor three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awfut sick headadwg since I began using it. Black-Draug- am so thankful for what Black Draught has done for me." ht Thedford's has bee stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for de would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs. I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and ad- Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting I vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with Black-Draug- acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely got so bad, could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should bg and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest would die. He advised me to fry Get a package to ay. Thedford's Only a quarter. and quit m 1 did not seem to do me any good. I Black-Draug- jgQgiSggiggszssggasgi B Vk S XfS.CJBaaWZyfeakaaaaaaV fwfmi mmm z - km TW i tw . fl -- a B full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, will make 1 55 YOUTH'S COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone in tne home. 1 here is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THC COMPANION let us (end you Three Current luues FKFrV laclota t!u$ Coupon with your request. 52 Times a Year Children 1 Those who subscribe new, sending $2 for the 52 issue of THC COMPANION for 191 S, will receive The Companion Home Calendar FREE. not 12. More good reading than you will get in any of the monthly Cry- - ' CASTORIA OUR CLUBBING RATES. fl.3 ro time-savin- Address all orders to J THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI R-L va rl ITHOS. Z e,. t : Plasterer. Decorator and Contractor. . MOSS Lifotimo exoerionco with best of workmen, and can give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. MMHMMTmr House und Lot For Sale. Wa have for sale a lot containReceipt For Oratory. ing ?i acre In old Fair ground adA politician at the end of a speech dition on tho pike, with 5 room cottage, good bam and all buildings. was congratulated for his oratory. "What is your recipe for good oraFine woll of water. About 50 young to bear, tory?" a reporter asked. fruit trees beginning "I am afraid oratory comes naturWould bo a flno location for some one desiring to tako advantage of al," was tho reply. "There is, though, County High School. Terms reason- one recipe for it old Job Wnlmby's, but It hardly satisfactory. able. " 'Tha wants to bo a public spoy- BARNETT & SON, Hartford, Ky. v ker, does that, lad,?' J.ob Jn.bjs York-- , shlro dialect, would say; 'an' that a A Wny To Save Doctor li lis. theuks Awm tho chep to put that up litre's It's a matter of general Interest I to a wrinkle aboot It? Tha's right, I Just now how one's physical condition awm. Now, hark tha! When tha can bo got Into shape to best recelvo'rlso to meek thy spoych, hit table the benefits of the summer season, and oppen thy mawth. If nowt Especially is this true of the children. ! comes, tak' a sup o' water an' hit They have become run down by a table again. Thin oppen thy mawth winter of unatural manner of living wider than afoor. Then. If nowt food and comes, tak' thjsen oft and, leave pub-mubecause of Spring He spekln. to such as me., " time spont Indoors. ch Children Cry CASTO R A 1 NEW NOT SOLD ANY AX UNDER OTHER NAME. HOME Quality Considered For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation; have a life asset at tho price you pay, and will not have aa endless cbalu of repair. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase tho NKW 1IOMK you will TKffS Hi-fee it U the If you wantatewlng machine, wrtta tor ear latest catalogue before you purchase. Co., Orange, Haee. Be New How Sewing mm Cheapest in the eat) to buy. Feellrlght all tho time. Don't lay oflt from work for days by taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant tiv Vtr-La- x on your feet, whiloreliovlngyour troub. le. 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 rtsactions, suro in its effect and cortain in results. It will won't bo long before Lid Vcr-La- x completely displace calomel, in evert home. Children can take it freely and with perfecf safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness and signature of L. K. Grittby. For sale by Hartord, Ky. J. p. WILLIAMS, Por pslri In b tiack R irood remedy U Dr. Miles Antl'fala 1'IIU. Kentucky Rural Credit Association. GOVERNOR JAMES E3. McCREARY, F'r-eicle- nt We wish to notify the farmers that we will be in your county only until June 7, inclusive. WE ARE HERE to give you people the opportunity to become a member of this Association, the valuation of your land on longwhich will then entitle you to borrow money to one-ha- lf time loans at 5 per cent.. These memberships are limited. See us before it is too late. C. M. DERR LATEST WAR NEWS Monday. Germany. Germany, In her reply to the American not regarding the sinking of the Lusltania, the text of which was made public yesterday, claims that she was acting in "justiin sinking the liner, fied asserting that it was an auxiliary cruiser, carrying concealed cannon below decks, and transporting troops The note withholds and munitions. hnnl decision on the demands made by the United States. It declares the Imperial Goveriutjent has no intention to submit neatral' ships not guilty of hostile aclslo attacks by aeroplanes or submarines, and claims investigations of attacks on the Gulf-ligand Cushing are under way. The note suggests reference to The Hague tribunal of certain matters In controversy. At Washington the reply produc-c- l a ieeling of profound disappointment. Dissatisfaction was generally expressed at Germany's failure to answer the demands of the United States. Persons close to the President have learned that he is determined to obtain reparation for the Lusltania victims and assurances of respect for American rights. Falling in this, he will not hesitate to sever relations with Germany, it is bald. ht 6c ! SON, 7. Representatives. WE DRESS MEN RIGHT nouncement, says Zeppelins are reported to have been seen near Rams-Igat- e and Brentwood and In certain districts of London. At the time the warning Is issued that no statement whatever should be published in the English newspapers dealing with places In the neighborhood of London reached by aircraft, except such Information as the Ad miralty would issue. Although recent The Dardanelles. reports from Constantinople have favored the Turkish troops In the operations on the Gallipoli Peninsula, the British War Office announces that in a furious engagement of recent date the Turkish casualties numbered 2,000, while the Allies lost only 300. Wednesday. must United States. Germany guarantee the safety of neutrals at sea In prompt fashion, according to the decision reached yesterday by President Wilson and his Cabinet. If this question is satisfactorily answered the United States will then be ready to discuss the features concerning the Lusltania case through diplomatic channels. The note announcing this Government's stand will be prepared by President Wilson personally and probably be transmitted to Berlin before the end of the week. i Australia. Notwithstanding the greatest progress Russia. The being seemingly is made by in the Galician tho Austro-Gcrmai campaign and by the Italians in their virtually unopposed invasion of Austrian territory. The Teutonic allies are still pressing hard to envelop Przemysl. The enveloping line Is declared to have been pushed further north and south of the fortress. It la officially stated from Petrograd that the total number of prisoners taken by the Russian armies and Interned in Russia to April 1 was 10,- 734 officers and 005,378 men. recent optimistic reports from Petrograd that the fighting along the River San, Gallcia, in the neighborhood of Przemysl, was developing In favor of the Russians it would seem investment that the Austro-Germa- n of Przemysl Is drawing closer. France. Paris admits the recapture by the Germans of portions of trenches on the outskirts of Le Pre-tr- e forest, but at other points on the western line claims progress for the Allies, notably to the north of Arras at Souchez, where heavy losses were Inflicted on the Germans and In the Ti Dardanelles. Constantinople "Labyrinth" near Neuvllle St. Vaast, asserts that the Turks have captur where the German works, the French ed with the bayouot t,he center of the assert are falling Into their hands. at Avi allied fortificated trenches Burnu and penetrated Into allied terItaly. Engagements between ritory at Seddul Bahr. and English are becoming more spirited, an Indication that the Kngland. German submarines Italian troops are coming within still continue their operations. The striking distance of the Austrian deBritish steamers Tullochmoor and fenses in the mountains. Glenlee and the small Portuguese Aus-trla- ns btcamer Cysnc have been sunk, while the White Star liner Megantlc, from Liverpool for Montreal, was forced to steam fast in tho Irish Sea to escape an underwater boat. Tuesday. Russia. Tho heavy ments which have been coming to the support of the closely pressed Rus-titain Middle Galicla apparently are making themselves felt, as the la test reports from the Russian War Oltlco declare that the battle on the San River Is. developing In favor of the Russian troops. The fortress of Przemysl, now held by the Russians, has been tho object of an Austro-Ger-maenveloping movement for some weeks past and another the completion of the circle the Russian commanders have been striving. n Germany. A Zeppelin raid over London the Germans announce, was In tho way of reprisal for the recent bombardment by allied aviators of Ludwigshafen, and resulted In the killing of four persons and the Injury of a few others. England. A British official statement says a Turkish prisoner captured a few weeks ago in the Dar danelles campaign asserted that up to that time the Turkish losses on the Gallipoli Peninsula were over 40.000 men. The Zeppelin raid has resulted In the renewal af attacks by mobs on German business houses in English towns. fury, with each side pour-lu- g Into the field. The German and Austrian reports claim that some of the northern forts have fallen, but the Petfograd statement says that the Germans who got into ono fort were driven out and makes no mention of the reKngland. There are Indications of ported capture of Stry. The Geran air raid of possibly large propor- mans claim to have captured 300,-00- 0 Russia ndurlng May. tions by Zeppelin dirigibles on Lon. don In the uoar future. The BritThe Dardanelles. official press bureau, in a late an Severe attacks ish unabated Italy. The Italian Invasion of Trent Is proceeding steadily, and reports from the frontier say that the fortifications commanding the passes leading to tho vast Intrenched camp, which has its center at Trent, have been occupied by Italian troops. Thursday. Russia. The battle for Przmysl, which Is proving ono of the most stubborn of the war, continues with Most I'rlmativc Rare. by the Turks on the allied lines on The "North Pole natives" alluded the Gallipoli peninsula have been re to by Capt. Amundsen in n recent lecpulsed. ture were discovered by him while England. The latest victim of the he was navigating his llttlo craft, German submarines is the British the GJoa, through the Northwest He christened liner Saldleth, which was sunk in the Passage In 1903-0North Sea with seven of her crew. them "Ncchllll," and considered them King George conferred a long list to be the most primitive race on of honors on the occasion of his earth. No white man over before birthday anniversary, including a Invaded their Icy fastness. Conseknighthood in the Order of the Gar- quently they were Ignorant of the use of iron. Their fishing Impleter for Earl Kitchener. ments were long spears, fashioned out of reindeer horn. They knew Night Riders Busy. Within the past two weeks three no other method of procuring fire men have been whipped near Center-tow- n than that of rubbing two pieces of by the regulators and condi- wood together. They were. In short tions are reported serious In various still in the age of civilization reachparts of the County. It U reported ed by our ansestors of the stone that many well known citizens are age. So cut off were they from they Involved in these outrages and that others of their kind that Mm! (T I II ml Mini trna UIU IS111J prosecutions will follow. lft ui utiutjtuvu 1111,1ft Ipltm nua tlin nnla one In the world, and displayed the Less Work, Higher Cost of Living. utmost astonishment when told of The truth Is that prices have not populous countries far to the South, been reduced by the Underwood law. where neither Ice or snow was. The On the contrary, the cost of living Gjoa and her crew they thought t(j now is higher than under the Repub- have dropped from the moon, and lican Tariff. A glance at this month's the first Nechtlll to come aboard felt grocery bill as compared with that the deck, masts, boats, oars, all the of three years ago will prove It, If while whispering to one another In there be any doubt. On the other amazement: "How much wood there hand, work has been less plentiful 13 In the moon how very much!" since the enactment of the new Tar- . Osteopathy. iff law. Instead of making ImportDr. G. B. Dockery, whose office is ers of foreign goods pay our taxes we are now compelled to resort to an in- at Beaver Dam, will be In Hartford come tax and a special stamp tax to every Monday, Wednesday and Frimake up deficiencies caused by the day of each week and will treat pa37tf losses incurred through the opera- tients at their homes. tions of the Underwood law, and Master Commissioner's Sale. even so the national treasury is In Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. a deplorable state that a bond such M. Barnctt, Admr., of the estate Issue may have to be floated to pay C. of Ben Neighbors, deceased, Pl'ff. expenses. Harrlsburg (Pa.) current vs. Telegraph. Bell Neighbors, et al., Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and orFarm For Sale. of salo of the Ohio Circuit der Eighty acres of good land contain- Court rendered at the October ing dwelling, barn and other out- term, 1914, in the above cause, for buildings, situated on Hartford and the purpose of paying the debts of Rockport road. Well and spring on decedent and dividing the remainany, among the defendants as farm. Church and schoolhouse near. der, if their respective interests may apFor price, terms, etc., call or addresa pear, after paying the costs herein BARNETT & SON, Agts. incurred and a reasonable attorney's fee for plaintiff, I will offer 34tf Hartford, Ky. for sale by public auction at the court house door in Hartford on Monday, tho 7th day of June, 1915, FOR FLETCHER'S about one o'clock p. m upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following described property, t: Being a tract of parcel land In Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of execution no. 700 Is Ohio County, Kentucky, bounded sued from the Clerk's office of the and described as follows: On the North by the lands of BabOhio Circuit Court in favor of J. W. Cooper in the suit of J. W. Cooper bitt; on tho West by the lands of vs. K. V. Williams, Ed Cooper and Calloway; on tho South by the lands J. B. Wilson, for the sum of $182.50 of Virgo Renfrow, and on the East with Interest thereon at the rate of by the lands of Sam Smallwood, 6 per cent, from the 12th day of containing about 84 acres, and December 1910, and also for the fur which land was inherited by decedther sum of $25.05 cost therein ex- ent from his father and was in the pended, I or one of my deputies will possession of decedent at the time offer for sale at the courthouse door of his death and has been in the in Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, actual possession of decedent conon Monday June 7, 1915, between tinuously for more than 25 years. In making tho sale ordered I will the hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m., the folowing described property lev-le- d first sell all of said land subject to on as the property of said K. V. the widow's homestead and if it Williams: does not bring a sufficient amount A certain lot of ground In the to pay tho dobts of decedent and the southern part of Beaver Dam, Ohio costs of this action, then I will sell county, Ky., bounded as follows, viz: 20 acres outright , which Beginning at a stone, E. P. Taylor's tract is bounded and described as corner in the Morgantown & Hart- follows: Beginning at Mrs. Harriet Babford road; thence N 185 feet to a stone, C. D. Chick's corner; thence bitt's west corner; thence West to N88; 235feot to Harry Waddle's Ike Brown's corner, a beech; thence corner; thence with Maple street S. with Brown's line North, bo as to 2 E. 186 feet to a stone, E. P. Tayinclude enough to make' 20 acres on lor's corner, thence with said E. P. the south end of Ben. Neighbor's Taylor's line, to an alley and crossing land, and being a part of the above same In same direction 204 feet to tract of land described herein. The alley mentioned the beginning. The purchaser will be required to in this deed is not conveyed and is execute bond with approved security no part of the conveyance. Immediately after sale. Terms, six months credit with apThis 14th day of May, 1915. proved security. ERNEST' E. BIRKHEAD. S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. 4613 Master Commissioner, By S. A. BRATCHER.D. S. 44t3 Heavrin Kirk, Attorneys. IT TAKES MEN R.IGHT. "KNOWING HOW" To DR.EJJ WE . KNOW HOW AND WHER.E TO GET THE NIFTY FURNISHING GOODS. WE KNOW WHO MAKE 5TYLIJH CLOTHING THAT WILL FIT AND WEAR. COME IN AND LET V S DR.EJJ YoU ONCE . FROM HEAD To HEEL J. THEtfYolR. WHOLE OUTFIT WILL BE HAR.MoNIoU-5WHEN WE DRE-S.Yot ONCE WE WANT To CLOTHE YOU AGAIN AND WE WILL, Too. Children Cry CASTORI A CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. to-wl- Hartford, Kentucky. 3 J I Will Install at Absolute Cost The first bath room for which I am given contract, provided same is made within the. next month. If in need of other build-J- J ing material see me. 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