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BRYAN QUITS Kartftftfr ftejmMkttu DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 48 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1915. to-d- gla Commission was already accepted Mr. Bryan felt association have been very delightdeclined to NATIONAL FINANCES It would ho Indellcato to attend the ful to mo. Our Judgements havo recommend to Gov. Slaton a com- FATHER SHOOTS In practically every matter of session 'unless his presence wob demutation of the death sentence of ARE IN A BAD WAY Leo M. Frank, convicted of the mursired by tho president. When tho official duty and of public policy unHIS TWO SONS der of Mary Phagan. THE CABINET president telephoned an Invitation, til now. Your support of the work secretary Bryan hurried to the White and purposes of the administration The commission's decision Is not drawn have been generous and loyal beyond binding on tho Governor who, It Houso his face somewhat praise. Your dovotlon to duties, Result of Free-TraTariff Re- was stated, will conduct further Fatal Tragedy Occurs In Hanand pale. Presiadjourned short- your great office and your eagerness hearings before making his decision. When the cablnot Could Not Stand For duction and Extravagance cock County Near ly nftor 1 o'clock, Mr. Bryan enter- to take advantage of every great opTho Commission decided against colleagues, all portunity for the service it offered Policy. clemency by a voto of 2 to 1. Comtained seven ,of his dents German ' in Expenditures. Hawsville who could attend, at luncheon at has been nn example to the rest of us. missioners E. L. Ratney and R. E. You have earned your affectionate Davidson voted against a recommentho University club. Tho luncheon admiration and friendship. Even dation for clemency and Commis Has Long Been Out Of Line With was In the nature of a farewell. Hawesvllle, Juno 6. Fran'c AdIt ii officially admitted that the sioner T. E. Patterson voted in Twice Before llrjnn Has Offered To now wo nro not separated In tho ob klns la dead anJ his brother Will Art- deficit for the current fiscal year Frank's favor. ject wo seek, but only In method by Resign. His Chief and Other kins ?a dying as the result of wounas will not be less than $30,000,000. As we seek It. The majority report of the com disagreement dates back to which The which they received from a un In a matter of fact there is every rea- mission said: Members. "It Is for these reasons my feeling the fanioiiR session of the cabinet the hands of their father about your retirement from the sec- son to! expect that It will consider"None of the grand Jurors who when the note of May 13, following at the Adklns home place, about five ably exceed that sum. There Is now found the Indictment, none of retaryship of Rtate is so much deeper the miles from here, this afternoon. A. the sinking of the Lusltanla, was than regret.. I sincerely deplore It. a cashi balance In the Treasury of a trial jurors who heard the evidence Washington, Adklns, the father, Is being guardJune 8. William drafted, Informing Germany the "Our objects are the same and we little over $14,000,000, and including nor the prosecuting at- H. ed at his home tonight by the sheriff Jennings Hran. thrco times the United States would not omit "any ought to pursue them together. I the money that has been spent on the under oath, asked torneys have that the sentence and will probably be brought Democratic camlldnto for the presi- word or net" to protoct rights. Mr. yield to your desire only because I Panama Canal, disbursements for the be here to commuted. The Judge who preBryan then spoke, counselling peacedency of the United States and must and wish to bid you Godspeed year Have exceeded to receipts In sided at the trial and who had the jail tomorrow. The trouble Is said to have started of nearly thirty peace treaties ful measures and cautious nction. These are right to exercise the discretion of In parting. We shall continue to the sum of $132,089,893. It becamo known only tonight that work In with the principal nations of tho formidable figures and yet they do fixing the penalty of either life Im- this afternon when the brothers went the same way. world, resigned today bb secretary of twice before In the two years and "With affectionate regard, sincere- not telj the whole story for the Post prisonment or death, Imposed the to their father's place to inquire Instate, und as a dramatic sequel to his three months of his term Mr. Bryan ly yours. Office department has run behind to latter sentence and overruled a mo- to reports they had heard that Will's son by his first wife, now living with disagreement with President Wilson has offered to resign so as to save the extent of about $20,000,000, so tion for a new trial. "WOODROW WILSON." his grandfather, had been mistreated er tho government's policy toward the president embarrassment, and that the excess of outgo over Income "Several appeals were taken to each time tho president refused to According to the story told by Mrs. Cormany. has been more than $152,000,000. both the Appellate Pay Cut Off. Court of the accept. Throughout the constant President Wilson accepted tho In addition to the score or more Thus far the Treasury receipts have State and the Supreme Court of the A. H. Adklns and the child in quesBryan storckecper-gauger- s newspaper bombardment of The cabinet then approvor approxi United States, all of which were de- tion,' the, men had finished their talk who will bo totaled' $554,754,001, ed the response which had been pre- for his views of peace, the advocacy without assignments on July 1, as a mately $40,000,000 less than for the nied and the judgments of the lower and the two sons were leaving when chautaqua and pared to tho German reply to the of t prohibition result of the determination of the corresponding period of 1914. courts affirmed, thus assuring the the elder Adklns told them not to Acting Secretary speeches, the president has stood by Washington officials to let the rectiLusltanla note. These extremely unsatisfactory defendant of his legal and constitu come back again when under the inllobert Lansing will sign the docu the secretary, resenting criticism of fiers do their own gauging, many conditions the primarily attributed tional rights under the laws of the fluence of liquor. Will and Frank returned then to nicnt end it will be cabled to Berlin. him. deputy collectors and other employes to Democratic extravagance and mis- land. It further appears that there Ilathcr than sign the document Friction Ha Existed For Set oral of the Internal Revenue department management. Of course, the party has been no technical proposition of the house and the father seized a ' Weeks. which ho believed might possibly In Kentucky and other states will apologists Insist that they are due law or of procedure that has pre- pistol. He is said to have gone That there has been friction be- have been separated from tho pay- to the war, but this excuse will not vented the petitioner from having his through the house, followed by his draw the United States Into war, Mr. Ilryan submitted his resignation in a tween tho president and Mr. Bryan roll. News was received In Owetis-bor- o serve. It may be admitted that they guilt or innocence passed upon by a sons, and after climbing the yard letter declaring that tho "Issue In- has been an undercurrent of comment that when the annual allowances have been aggravated by the war, Jury of his peers and by the highest fence sought refuge In an orchard volved Is of such moment that to re- for several weeks, but as tho presi- for salaries for the coming fiscal which, fortunately for the manufac- constitutional appellate authorities, behind the house. The sons In tho main c member of the cabinet would dent heretofore has always been able year, beginning July- - 1, were made turing industries of the country, has and no evidence or facts bearing' up- meantime are said to have armed bo as unfair to you as It would be to to securo acquiescence of tho secre- recently by the treasury department led to a restriction of importations, on his guilt or Innocence having been. themselves with a hoe and a hatchet the cause nearest my heart, namely, tary injhUpoInt of view, the talk of provision was not made for a large but the? decline in the receipts from shown, we see no reason for taking and It was when' they approached resignation was discounted generally. number of employes. tho prevention of war." customs' duties had been marked be- this case out of the ordiary rules of with these weapons In their hands Onicial Relations End In Dramatic It came to light today that the posi'Tho necessity of practicing econo- fore the war began, and had there taw and justice and felt constrained that A. H. Adklns fired. Will Adklns fell first with a bullet tion of Mr. Bryan in the cabinet re- my In the service is said to be the been no war a very similar situation not to Manner. interfere with the enforce President Wilson accepted the re- cently has become very embarrass- principal cause for lopping off so would undoubtedly have existed It Is ment of the orderly judgment of the through his abdomen, and a 'moment later Frank was pierced by three signation In a letter of regret, tinged ing his advocacy of peace being so many men, but It Is also rumored thrqugh the operation of the courts." shots, ' two in the chest and, one In Free-Trad- e with deep personal feeling of affec- pronounced (hat other members of that a quiet investigation has been near Tar., the hand. the cabinet njho fell that the United made during the last few months for iff and 'the coincident extravagances tion. 80 Saloons Voted Out. Frank died In a tew minutes and The letter constituting the official States should assert its policy, ir- the purpose of determining where the of the jpresent administration that St. Paul Minn.. Jimn R. Rlehtv tortrom "ere operated-oWill announcement of Mr. Bryan's depart- respective of. the consequences, were ax could be used without lmoalrlnirw the United States government lias saloons In' ten counties of Mlnnesotal . . . . In an effort to save ure from the cabinet to private life uuaersiooa to nave on one occasion the 8erviC0 nnd in aome piaces witn. been brought to its presentpass, and wlll be forced to discontinue opera Adklns ,. , wero made public at the White House declared their Intention of resigning ,h ,Hpfl of jmnrnvine mnrtiHnnn the responsibility for It rests on the tions as a result of yesterday's coun- his life. at C o'clock tonight. Dramatically It a policy of firmness and vigor was Just who will lose out in the Owens- - destructive policies of the Democrat- ty option elections, Only two of the Following the tragedy. A. H, AdHo official relations of Dryan with not adopted. boro district Is not known, but the ic party and on its frequently demon twelve counties voting Blue Earth klns himself notified the Sheriff by phone of what had occurred and then Washington, June 8. Secretary details probably will he communi- strated incompetence for anything In administration of the man whose the and Olmsted will retain saloons. In nomination he assisted so materially W. J. Bryan's letter of resignation cated Owensboro Inquirer. the nature of constructive statesman- Pipestone the "drys" won by thirteen waited the arrival of the officers. Frank Adklns leaves a wife and In bringing about at the Baltimore is as follows: ship. In its eagerness to destroy the votes and in Redwood by thirty-twe "My Dear Mr. President: convention In 1912, came to an end. Protective system under which the The other counties which abolished four children. Will Adklns has been McCliesney Here. "It Is with sincere regret that I It caused a sensation In tho naHon. H. V. McChesney candidate American people had enjoyed pros- liquor were Traverse, Todd, Renville, married twice, but has no children tional capital scarcely paralleled In have reached the conclusion that I for the Democratic nomination for perity which now they, mourn It dealt Dodge, Kandiyohi, Murray, Ottertail by bis second wife. recent years. Ambassadors, minis- should return to you the commission Governor spoke here Tuesday after- the country two deadly blows, for and Watonwan. ters, diplomatists from foreign lands of secretary of state with which you noon to a fair sized audience. It while its industries were prostrated MULES WANTED. and officials of every rank and sta honored me at the beginning of your was a very bad time to get a crowd, on the one hand of its revenues were PLEASANT GROVE. We will be In Central City on Sattion heard the news as It was flashed administration, because of the fact that the farmers depleted on the other. June 7. Sunday School is progres"Obedience to 'your sense of duty, are very much behind with their by newspaper extras tonight. They Just how bad a financial situation sing nicely at this place. Every- urday, June 12, and In Hartford on Monday June, 14, to buy mules. intorpreted variously its effect on the and actuated by the highest motives, work, owing to the continuous rains. the country will have to face and just body is cordially invited to attend. DUFF & HALL, delicate- situation that had arisen be- you have prepared for transmission He was met at Beaver Dam by a how large will the the vacuum tor There was a large crowd at the Louisville, Ky. tween Germany and the United to the German government a note in committee composed of Dr. E. W. which Congress will have to provide Woodman's decoration at Trial er and States. The resignation of the which I can not join, without violat- Ford, Herschel Ross, Harry O'Banon, will not be certainly known until Pleasant Grove Sunday. Surprised Birthday Dinner. tttaunchest advocate of peace in the ing what I deem to be an obligation Ozna Shults and L. B. Tlchenor. MiV A. Shartzer and A. R. Stone He the end of the current fiscal year, The neighbors and friends of Mr. president's official family spread to my country, and In which the is- was Introduced by Prof. Ozna Shults when the returns from the Income went to Olaton Sunday. B. P. Petty gathered in great num broadcast the belief the policy of the sue involved is of such moment that in a few well chosen words. Tho and corporation taxes shall have Mr. Willie Lloyd and wife of United States as definitely determln-e- d to remain a member of the cabinet speech was along the lines which he been received. It was Secretary Ind., have been visiting bers to his home at Narrows, Thurs upon would assert and defend the would be as unfair to you as It would has chosen favoring a state-wid- e original estimate that these relatives and friends here the past day June 3, to celebrate the eightieth proanniversary of his birth. Mr. Petty rights of tho United States In any be to the cause which is nearest to hibition amendment to the onstltu-tlo- n taxes would yield $100,000, Q'OQ. week. my heart, namely, the prevention of eventually that might arise. was frequently applauded Since then the calculations have been Fordsvllle, had been kept In ignorance of the and he Mr. J. T. Allen, of war. "News Leaks out of Bryan's ResignaHe made a atronk nresentatton of his revised, and in view of the business moved to his farm near Trlsler, friendly purpose of his neighbors un,,i , "I, therefore, respectfully tender a1Aa, til near the noon hour when he dis tion. hAu,Aj , depression which has prevailed ever Thursday. pleasant surprise his Originally It was the intention of redlculous attitude of Mr. Stanley in since the Wilson regime was inaugMr. W. H. Davlsson and son, Char-H- e, covered to his .. house and yard full of people who v President Wilson and Mr. Bryan to M to be a supporter of the urated and of the reduction in all went to Fordsvllle Thursday on had gathered to do him honor. The 'have the announcement of the resig- an earlier hour. Alike desirous of County Unit law. kinds of profits which has occurred, business. nation mado simultaneously with the reaching a peaceful solution of the self invited guests had come with there are some Treasury officials who A considerable majority of the Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hare baskets filled with loaves and fishes, 'dispatch of tho note to Germany, but problems arising out of the use of Hartford Democrats are for Stanley, privately. express the opinion that the Saturday, June 5, a boy. and more than sixty persons sat down when Mr. Bryan did not attend the submarines against merchantmen, but McChesney has a good follow- Government will be lucky If It gets Mr. C. S. Moxley, of Olaton, movtblnet meeting today until the pres- wo And ourselves differing Irrecon- ing here also and his Manager, Mr. as much as $75,000,000 from this ed to W. A. Floyd's farm Saturday. to the dining service. Mr. Petty Is a deacon In the Bapident sent for him, rumors that the cilably as to methods which should Hershel Ross, claims, not without source. Whatever the fact may Mr. O. D. Petty and family visited tist church, a veteran of the Grand" president had been unable to bring be employed. good reason, that the County districts prove there will be a deficit which Vernon Sapp's family Sunday. army of the Republic and a prosper "It falls to your lot to speak off- will show up strong for him. the secretary of state to his point of will probably be met by an Issue of Mr. Charlie Davlsson and wife view filled 'the air. Finally, shortly icially for the nation; I consider It to Panama Canal bonds, and If that were the guests of George Debruler ous merchant of Narrows. The many friends of Mr. Petty Organize Educational Association. before 6 o'clock the news leaked out be none the less my duty to endeavor were all the outlook would be less and family Sunday. as a private citizen to promote the his estimable wife acknowledged After the regular meeting and discouraging. What causes grave .fhd was confirmed. Miss Imez Carter went to Fords- and a day of pleasant associations and Just when the subject was first end which you have In view by the election held in the educational di- concern is the reflection that things vllle Thursday shopping. wish for their aged host many more broached between the president and means which you do not feel at liber- vision no. 1, at Bartletts Creek, Sat. are bound to get worse rather than Messrs. R. Moxley and G. N. DeMr. Bryan is not known definitely, ty to use. June 5th, it was suggested by one of better and that the admlnlsration Is bruler went to Fordsvllle Thursday. happy birthdays. "In severing Intimate and pleasant progressive teachers, that we organ- confronted by a crisis which must but the fact that the secretary wantMrs. Rhoda Floyd went to Shreve Sad Mistake. ed to resign was known to a small relations, which have existed between ize an educational association to be be met. Friday. The wife of, a., western farmer, of officials as early as last Sat- us during the past t,wo years, permit held monthly at Barnetts Creek, recircle The "war taxes" which e , while In Europe was offered a handme to acknowledge the profound sulted In the following: urday, were recently jammed through ConLicensed To Marry. some pear necklace at the bargain principles on which the satisfaction which it has given me When the Mr. Singleton Howard was elected gress have not proved as productlvo Walter Tweddell, Hartford, Route price of twenty-fiv- e thousand'dollars,, note to Germany should he based to be associated ,wlth you in the Im- chairman, 'Marllsa Foster, secretary. as had been hoped and they expire 1, to Lula Flener, Hartford, R. R. f. She had the money with her to were discussed at the cabinet meet- portant work which has come before The following committee was elect- by limitation at the end of the year. C. C. King, Dundee to Ella Mitchpay tor It but did not feel like buying Friday, Mr. Bryan found he the state department, and to thank ed to arrange regularly a program This year the Treasury will derive ell, Dundee. ing it without her husband's consent extended. With for same: recconclle his own position you tor courtesies could not the substantial sum of $45,000,000 Crlss Johnson, Simmons, to Ada and cabled to him. with that of the administration. the heartiest good wishes for your C. B. Shown, Estll Bennett, Mar- from the duty on sugar, but early E. Leach, Simmons. The farmer cabled back: Work on tho note continued, how- personal welfare and the success of vin Hoover, and S. F. Wallace. next year under existing law sugar Fred Martin, Hartford, Route 6. "No, price too high." ever, Mr Ilryan keeping his secret. your administration, I am, my dear It is expected to be a great source goes on the free list. There will to Majjk Wedding, Hartford Route.G. when the He was dumfounded Mr. President, very truly yours. Odl'e Baughn, Hartford Route 6, as did tho other officials. of educational Interest and all In- evidently have to be more taxation brought him "W. J. BRYAN." Bryan Was Absent From The Final terested are especially Invited to at- of some kind and the administration' o Dollle Wedding, Hartford, R. 6. next transatlantic mall a gushing letter of thanks In which President' Letter Accepting Reslg-natio- n. tend and encourage the teachers and will be compelled to choose between Meeting. 'Jess G. Wllkerson, Falls of Rough, .Today the cabinet assembled for Imposition of further taxes of Ky to Ollva Tunstall, Falls of his wife called htm a "precious dear" trustees in this effort. the to let her have that necklace. President Wilson's letter to Mr. the final nu.Ung of the note .Mr Marllssa Foster, Sec'y. the direct variety or some readjust- Rough. At first he was angry to think she ment of the Tariff. Perhaps PresiPryan vi absent. Hf dec'oasa to Bryan follows: had bought It in spite of his warn- "My Dear Mr, Bryan: Notice. Sale At Cost. word For receive callers and sent out dent Wilson will continue to insist Anybody wanting to buy a Monu- upon free sugar, and perhaps he Cultivator, oue 8xl6iin8 But . Investigation showed that lie was delayed on accouul of One "I accept your resignation only be . I .A-- . misiaice naa oeen raaae ai me cause you( insist, upon ita acceptance, ment or a tombstone, write or call won't. You can never telt. Corn DUo Harrow, two Hoosler business. After the cabinet Me office. The operator had omitted Deorlng Binder. , M.t... ana i accept it wita muca more than me. , Phone 2 on 1. one U HVHI UO HVIV UUVUB9VU LESLIE WHITE, agent, Her, the comma so that the message read; Clwa wcy Denied Leo Frank. Apply to Black, Blrkhead arrived It 'was learned tonight with deep regret, with a feeling of per 48t4 "No price too high BaUetowa, Ky. Atlanta, Ga., June 9. ThoGeor- - Hartford. knowledge that hia resignation sonal sorrow. Our two years close iod de au-4!i- or -Wilson-Underwood .1 n ht to-da- y. o. - ... lls ITALIAN CRUISER IN ACTION DANGER FOR THE ADMINISTRATION ! C- - M Will It Dare to Change Its Free-Trad- e Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest time It stood Idle? Your money Is n good money-mnklng Front in the Presence of an Aggrcsivc Foe. i If you hnd n machine that you could opcralo at a good profit day In and day out, would you ivot count ns n los3 tho macliUnc. "I Invested In A. V A sugar, revenue is needed, and the effect of Proa-Tradnot so much up- e, on thj cano sugar planters of Louis- - j i -- our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It earns Interest every day of tho week, evury week of tho mouth nud every month of the year. Itcmembcr, wo give you absolute security nnil pay you tho best rate of Interest. as upon the vastly more numcr- - T ous, powerful and agroslvo beet su- gar farmers of the Middle West, Is becoming n veritable nightmare to b politicians who saw the Democratic Homo majority shrink from to 31 in last year's election. V Inim a , ' j Central KNOWN Trust Company Cor. .till nnil I'i'cdcrlrji. i The Simmons-Underwoo- d Tariff was a minority law when it was pass- The cruiser Moroslni. one of tho ciack vEels oil made possible only by a division in Ihe ranks of the great majority ITALIAN LANCERS READY FOR BATTLE of tho American people, who had bean, and continue to be Protection-lists- . measure of 1913 That i3 no'.v oven more distinctly a minority measure, because of the widespread depression and suffering that had attauded its normal operation, long before the outbreak of the Eu I '. c I i h: I ,a t a ropean war. It is on acknowledged rjKai st yiwa' sTRi;csa f. : csljs "5.i. swa-p-wmillstone about tho neck of the administration, and the Insistently rerf-- ' i??. t.:Si&a J3KJ 5rV wvx t' ported desire of President "Wilson get rid of a portion of Is highly to li is political common scr.se. This is more easily said than jT sw jmx2rjxT,jr9if- - 'WTvivji.B&.-L- sxu . v . A.ZAsr- - . a&imi ' ' ,'2i . done, however. Louisiana Is not the 'f j?.- - , only Democratic Stato that is in re- L1r,c:fsi'.w.'SyjSi ' '. 2B5lniftJ&&iKi&&&JK WFj'-'iPS- Wl volt aguinst the ancient Bourbon x&8&KKS i SKaSK EiXllswl" V4 iKS7.i i - il ei5SJf!l!iS. 'BWKrtKK: S&f5.5l i?SlaWffiiJJ .. FiEBlP vLi pedlent of Tariff for revenue only, ;! f j j" fiwi't-and if the Tariff issue were once : rf t 4 Congress ther would be -- r ' g . wA i V ...-'I broached in . v. ;. K . an excellent prospoct thM enough i ' :I I Protectionist Democrats which is to "iiwu-jau- s,' iJ3tou5NAi.: Ne'.v.VtSfeJtVSS fouiii..'. say all Louisiana and all Northern might combine with thp Democrats Republicans to force through an en- tlrely new Tariff law that would le DUKE OF THE A3RUZZI FINANCIAL MAGNATES AS PRIVATES anathema to the orthodox Wilson- Ilryau following. Thero la crave danger for the ad- ministration, whichever course is faced. It is manifest that the existing Tariff for revenue on ly is not wanted by the American : people, even though Its logical con- fc.v' cjft, a ?. .j. ft JWrr k' Tlir: Jt7 ,f Ti1WW'jW(j-- j sequences are partially lessened or obscured by the great world-wa- r. But ajt effort to revbe its most nalpa- ble defects by the administration this year would involve all the peril that inevitably attends a cUanTing of mil-- . ' : itary front in the presence of a con- - ' . A pre- fKent and aggresivp lirolnary battle over the Tariff would i&tMjM.i4h . i.j.1 jr istas. ,vrBB M comp'ete as nothing else could the ? .vSj' f u K'",L. M : f555'5.SJ.auaSV&'. '.: 'Tin'1J ,", - .."JT tLJt H. B j KHB. T:'4 r u "miij " 1J Prorres"-- ; :Ica ive forces, because on this one issue they are already, or can quickly become. sMbstttlly aweed. of the It? Han navy, firing her guns. KVKHVWHKKK hi Ihe SAKi: and ItKMAIlLHUANK - $4$fr$. IMI ( s.ii3K&!.wjffL''il' 4tjsa8fe..- .fCa wscr vrjLJ$imprari U ST VZZfZ-r- l- WV -- ii-, VJ Xs. - i s "Wr ;r it y v-- N JmHwl sa str vsrs rrsm wVaWlM5. a " ti? s: i. .cs OTfflSSKE ""5 SHfilVAiffV6 . Mzm. f; i HJi: HHBtJ I I rSmiuzwsi i KiitM e The Allen 34 v Price, $895 Study tHesc facta The AUtn gine, 34 lis r 0 2 f. E When you pay SS95 for an Allen 34 you get S895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. Allen 37 liorsf power Weuoii-Mo- tn en- f f 1 fl siAij-'"f rllk' i. -f- n y ' Aft A'lWltfWi H J f :SfeS i I : ene-mV- J , . . 'or-- r' ).ku..i. :ii .1 "?tr'"- ' viiiAJ..)-.- . 1" '.joir.jr Cana-.."ripsho- ts c uhieh tUe'v. ut '.v ..i . -- .vce n ' : V"':cn ': re-- L'ntlr diTr!"? the ! :. h3 of Coni'.n;.: Sleu'of k)P',s V.v .BBB '.TrYi'7."fl:'p',s'.WlBB 5 -.. iilll ' . Pnctory Kcsitn Motors Co, 8prsmatiTa for 'iorriutry, hoatiiern lsdiun Wc tv.iiid integrity into every Alien WamrrtmininiMKUi ai.il automobile. Our o: ionization is iteeting near, J Fvnrnl-irj- s and permanent. Wc arc in strong drive, 111), inrh hrakn, the automobile business to stay. whfclba.c, dcmounuble Our purpose is to make every Allen rimi, crank r. rut nduLm.ntim car do its part in upholdwij our , full rm.it-mrcputition (or civinj; the greatest eifcirie ngizti possible aIuc for the price wc pet. and tltttnc narltr. The wnVht t thr nt It If you hsve been waiting until you li ihe .j) tt.. ihrrntcrt.1iluics could buy a stroiic, swift, safe, poTrnf econsnyof o;mu u. handsome car without paying a dolW hnlM t: ottiT lar more than its actual worth, the inMlrl. lhr nrO t lurin ojr- Allen 34, carat mm "." Si.7 S lu 5JJ-J3- . $85, is the complete arawer to jour requirements. xtflt, ni:h, foiutr, tttxsnj ef tfrrrtjtn, rjtiifiKfnt, tfV.ttaUt qum:.ifi ata fftct, A. it ran uutl r:t it ad !1 !" KJetb f'reot Icft-iuntlur-intittrans-ir.iioe: t :i.r,l;'r and leather tijhnlterv, floating axle, rd.tti i"-!7- p-' Ciaoioajtl, CiLio Dealers: nI satifs a:ua of Kcr'uur. Write or wiro for iigeacy propcsitit$n Southern Ohio. u!in;cQt We it ".r-tia-U C rally Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment. "I have used Chamberlain's "Linicr spraJnc, bruises and rheumid th great benefit I J ::trs !r t and o:v 1. ment nr. i at tti r:ht Fruler:- 'c ViH.aissvL'Ljier.' '.. A. E. Holt, ren.'nl v.tt'a t!: - '::'::7-'- .3BEji I matic have reolvei! it .!, : ' ( "i't A.-- I u - is Uio ro20j.nUeg !la'V!r iiu- - : .. , "- - . " rvrltes Mrs. Florence SMfe, Wa'sh, Ind. If yru arc trouMed w'th rheu-n-atl- c ;'ajn certainly le ynvi vil pJp;T.:d with the t 'or"t,t rni'pf wWc'i !Chcn:b'rta'a"3 Ltn'nos.t' afords. justifies my 'n the hifhest terms," rorom-ni'.-nd!- I HEW : ! INSURANCE fr.nn'A.r. i'('.,i :y, iii.ijft .i tu i'. ! AGEING"! hi : - I Itave rjcentJy i5arch?tf(d Asfoncivs for the l"fIUv. tjr Ifir i.'t l:o ercryvrerc. y .. ? i! ' H.trtiVrd.tt.a, rW.ux t!. - ut. bu.4bBS vtrit'en i.. :in '.:. :i' olii lire-! In-f- OiVj.. v. .. .U.Il--- ill! i in J..1 m:::- . ! Tli.''.ar- . i 4 7 i. ' f . tif a. li K T" .;. J. ' t behind a nvo ;un cttj-s- barrlcaCe on tin.- - vividly before thtpeop!e. and atrong abould have been reward- - pressure U being .brought y the tl .or lojalty by one monthfc lu- -- courts, ccieiai or the goverameat . j ta iti.- - ;r juuieiit for lnfricsln the alcohol- and the pre en the ral'roada. The . .nmui.iv ciijar, tc. :c piuUibttlou. liaacheater Guardian. result l that bridge tre rtballt all ' ' .:s - .i liitj-o- . are airj ilulov'. i 6ver-- th country. : HiBTia. ha'.i ruu the I'.Uuidrcxj. . ' HsUbruA What cut I do with A Square Deal. ..! dose in popularity, and alio It i suQftesteJ that fboao cbiekeoa that cooie lato my gar-dCourt! "..iir Vfcae. he jury of a western ' ucd eat aa the aoed? Ik fftikire of Bethm6DB-Hottegtoe accused guilty of jAs crimeUtnSjohurt--Well- , If you have, a charged, the prlttouor rose la tho MMCkUe blat.'ll with auv ccim.iiu il'iM to the letiRtb of kla name. But r-i-t tills is the opan Eoanoti for ehlek-eu- . dock ami' dramatically eiclaimod: "May heaven strike nie dead if I Ut fthnfa"" admirer of IMudenburg kavlNK :ilI' ''' tonaae M am guilty!1' ' scbuapa und groK w Admitted. The Judge waited a few minutos, lr. ItaeonThey bay General Grant and theu said: Alo a tluuUiiul mixture of vnHitis intosl auta has bcra chria-tenet- ! accomplished "a great deal without "Prisoner at tho bar, since ProviHlndtnburg coffao Ii aeenia opening his mouth. dence haa not seen (It to interfere, 'tho Mrs. Hacoa Of course; but you sentence of tho court will now bo rather aad that th'i vuidnr of tiiene wl.iiit eie tv,!i In must remember, John, he was a man m.- I.. v i i w. ;y j ... j. (,41c Ur , iv it wi(.,v t.ua tt .,(u .iiiii o'?.!1,:!! 1'S tn tt.n rn- - i fr j ilv urj" ace o! 2v- L.r.J.t:--.Uiii;b'i!e-s;tae trwc.-- uoncit on S J'"!0 RJ, the end of the fNuil ;eer' . !r. "It 'er.lti s pred! Mont were pro- x.f . jroinc?d too gJor.my y Secrttary r..&j -- Ti.' A'-i no urciaem. nut ai tnc i.inc lKoor'; li'.ir' rreat as t Vi much. i the latt weelc lp May all j . ar. it vn.hu i.i .i' It ' J ' MH.'lr;t'on9 point to a deficit of at ; o.tlmated thrt tl .ty from this .. ,. of th Abi,' r.i la cm- I ast f3i.9Vi.0OJ. The net balance In 'jource will yi'.MU S !".,i0J,0;i0 this iin.r.dr-in-cbie- f of the : u:tl forces oi the general fund la tlie lowest is It in ui.'ruliMo that Cougrcaa ' becu ince tho dots of Buchanan'J will pemlt fti.thrr iicreiico of tbe r.(1.iiltt!sM.tlon. On April 30, Secre- - i.ir.U'.t. But-change must . aSsbulldlng Er:a"fa. , tafy McAduo announced that it was i lut.'e to m 'Lof the mosc 0".b of Ifeaulti" ' ins ?l'0.Si:.,5S4.T2. dU j ;;iclt. Othervlae tho uecretiirjr of WaU.inrrlon nr vir'Xeafatt In ',ia;''.t?) if the j,tate that it i now about nhe treasury will have- to urue bontU. it t'. .:i L:oB of tbo 518.000,000. Tho income uud cor-- j The. admlDlstrp.rlon shrinks froffl thia, . ovi,t KCO' ct Jeraa provM.n? for J BUingtucnir. of ,.ie bridges por&tion tay, accor,umc to export, ntuenibcruig what eiubarrasament muii) riajs r: on'y about 70 per cent o the lsue ef bonda ia.tinle of peace t; tra.S.. .v. .ill yi.-l, ..- .. .. .....- !.. Thee b!ldge8 weio tr " j;. . luuct mi 'i v.n:u r. jhcaooo prcfucea Bomec;uacu . ten Democratic party (Juring-,',:" 'niH.;! of t'e L ; iMiroM com- - .l,re ac0i Tac 8peei.i "war xx" U Mr. Cleveland's administration. The ' ".'.',3, ijaat. , , rnt!rti!nir as rinrh tna the hi ' i hail hftan sensible thing would eb to rctiae tho d'.-!,'-! rpi.ejl tJ ilnrnSeooitH to expected. While Imports are again tarLT. If the Democrats consider the money r !.!- - tl'.eos to e::!i-"tiher the brldgeF. ::.uv. sing, ihe pircmuge entered, i!0ceKlte of theltuutltn iiiMtad o;' or lao-- r in sUvRtr.ir or trucks for free of duty is larger and ih revenue being scared by the hugaboo of Tlie lu'avy tratii' iu that will bo their course. Uas ifom.dutUbie articled U smaller than Eritiih wtr bnual:t the question of Miong bridges under the preceding Una. Bat tne In spite ot their brave public utter1 s y .... -- ...',.... r .ii tit;; jt, I 5! hoar frem in ittt-- J !. C. Li :,'. r. ii, J i..' vt ,' &': ?".tt - r . - JtM& o ' i baajjur. IWIseoiBLoiiisviiLl . oi to STOI AT - V. f-- !'; "ri.it r:t"nt ecix5:rt's d ..2.. .. ua 5th Ave I Hotel i I I ?! Up. - i? ,. J d FRANK ECKWT, '.... . . LCKUiT, Mjr.. - . t:-.- a European l'l. I r . i.-- . i- '. hm. . m .t - i. cipeudlt ires keep up. During April ances, Ottniocratto readers kuow that the recolpu from all sources. were they ma4 gross mlscaloulatlous as 17,6Q,2CJ lesa han the expendito the revenue. . They then udded to W Knee!: f..e Spots Out of Thlugrs tures. Compared vlitb April of last their predlcanir.t by uuklng appro year the expenditures Increased priations beyond all preeedeut. : Hfc while the revenues decreos- UlUous Atttichs. od ?2,a3i..703w When you hve a bilious uttaok I'ruueli Dry Talk of an extra session of Cleaiied uhd Pretstd in a grees Increases. The Jlpjise your liver UUa to. perform Us SJupurlur Ldies'and Men's Garments leader, 11 r. ICI.tp.hlu, la quoted as de- claring nu extra session ueoeseary. Seuator Lewis, tho Senate whip, has expreited the opinion that one will ho called. That Congress would the turlff in soiut respects, If called, may he tukon for granted. Tho 6iigar provisions of the Underwood tariff will not go into effect until, next May. While the quantity of sugar ul-t- or f l. Manner. beooate eoustlpnteil, The Sond us your (lurnu'iits aud Have fowl you4 eat ferments In you stoiu Them aeh instead, of digesting. This the stomach and causes nauCLEANED CLEAN sea, vomiting and a terrible head. cullod for and ache. Take Chamberlain'. Tablets. up your liver, clean T F PI ITF PnFQQIlUR They will tone t'liUili'U UtLUU ' out your stomach mid you will soon A. Ivu Null, Prop. be as well as ever. They only cost a quarter. Obtainable everywhere. HAHTl-'Olil)- , KENTl'CKV. -- fuue-'tlon- s. Vow J"1'1'8 ""'jL ''' flllfl I . KoaasBsv skiqcd Fn-pailLI- l Reducing the Cost of Upkeep1 I f:SLr S5Ea Z8MM8' si-ui.- Ar" r?",' 0 AV- . .. !?-- . H 0 Ball D(ann; Lonj VirJrJ THE INSTALLATION cf L. G. Smitk 5? Bros, invariably followed by the discovery that the bills for ribbons arc much less than before. A large corporation recently fourd that its ribbon expense was cut in two. Ihis is not an accident. It is the result or the mechanical conitruction that mahes tbe L. C. Smith & Bros, cheapest to maintain. la ly p e writer s The ball ocarinjs give light touch and eliminate pounding impact. The ribbon is activated by tbe carrijg, not the typchxr. Tbe ribbon mechanism w automatic, to that the ribbn revewes at the instant the end is reached end without added (train. Low ribbon cost, low cost or maintenance and tlu lushest efficicnev tlice are rfmranUed to L. C. Smith ? Bros, users. DEMONSTRATION lOR THE ASKING We aro authorized to announce LAWRENCE P. TANNER, of Owcns-borSong 1 Jo;' l C.t lSr.i in AU Ky., a candidate for the nonii-iKii'' Song 2 Heap the Golden Grain .Main Street CINCINNATI, OHIO. for Coimri.ri'vealth Attorney Song 3 Uclilnd the Cloud the Sun of tho Sixth Judicial District, subs I'l.n'.rtr. 1, ject to tl e action of t!-- Democratic EPS AUafalUIgg iSKiWBggtffiaJ FKHETE3 KZfSEi 1 regrrra extended: party at the State Tri'aary the first S&KJ ft'r(s& t I" c 'i v House. Consr ' " I'.da ain: JU rSaturday ia AuruBt, 1915. ij, senatorial i" Di .11 ' Message Srag K'nsr out the r , Co j i.icj i.i sn froai what Counties, the farmers' wagons. It is important .v...iir lii tho Grain Clop. tons 2 Don't You Want to go We are authorised to announco o Yi " ' Z u uV tic oi ICtatucl r. Th Department of Agriculture to remember, however, that the ear No Creet: BBH D. P.INGO, of 'Owensboro. Ky., I v "u- -' 'e Atlas h free i" ling nnt out to its agents through- should be loaded without delay in orSong I Tfcfc Church JJome aifit;ii( for'th rfnminAtlnn far not Ijci ...jjiu ers. If full to .ni i demurrage charges,. der to avoid ' 9HK) for a out tap South suggestions for the , '? - .i ens 2 Satoiy throul Another lctfmlVnv - a'th Attorney of the Sixth ' jt j . Wheat and oats should uot he loadv m, or $2 00 for a six week. ion 's proper handlhig of wheat and oats ed Into the same car judicial D tnct, subject to the action L ri jtjon by ma'J. It la abunite CK.. f'l Rickets: iti . pftrty at the Stato ""Ion. Where It Is expected solutely ncfcF-ji-.of the V Mixed shipment VUw uij-'rrni. tJiese rata are or mell ' Sons, J' Glorj; P6t t crop Is to be fen on ot' thic FMmary t)io first Saturday in Aut.ro ?r ujritk..? r or afent. Oa jf, RflJ be hauled to ' ri'id Coming In the ClottO. Sng gust. tl:o f . m, and especially in neighbor good advantage iu the market. . Cl.l S.TG.U. CrtpjIOH OFFI?: ' song, X . All classes together on li oc' .i whore threshing machines aro In tho crso of opts it is also po 3iHr Er- i- tnj Pj't, ono ycr - - $3.00 j Il.SO no For State- - Heritor. Gotoiji:' WtllCht-i-t aata.!e. It Is rocom-T'onu- siblo to dispose advantageously of we'll work till Jesus comes. ' 1 Cod Be With You f'n' both the who.U ami the crops I y shipping it in bags to Clor:s i.. M.i 1. i uu , i jr- -- VK 'eois .ulhorixed , to announce '' ' "Hid be either cnt for liny or grain Till We Meet Again. JdHra7TttQMAa. of Ohio County, o.i vll r ircn lrer. YlrOiMr brokers or feed dealers in near: i..to med.uui sized bundles . Closed with prayer by a. S. Jones 4 candldSte for State Senator, 7th c. by towns. When this la done, how; There was a lot of fine singing Senatorial .District, composed of to l r i,i in the strew. ever, It is of great importance to tf Sa53fcsir.rrir.-- , . at this convention. I li i ended for hay, both wheat ...- .Ohio. Muhlenborc and butlr couu- frn have the oats cleaned and of tin!- ! All present seemed to enjoy the tics. General pillar clet.ion Aug. .( n should be out when tho form quality. One hundred-poun- d day, and we hope to see inoro olatseS 7, 1915. irip-- , from the "milk" to tho n grf lags are probably the ntnat satisvor so't dough stage. ' At this tlmo factory. When these aro shipped in- at Rethel on the olh Sunday in May. E. C. llaird, Ch'm'n. We aro authorized to announce tho stalks will bo mostly green or reSec'y. G. P. Jones, just beginning to show signs or ripen-ff- i, to another Stato tho Federal law (HON. ALBERT LEACH, ot Beaver Dam, Ky., a candidate for Stato Senabelow. After cutting they should quires that tho net weight of grain A Good Household Salie. tor in the 7th Senatorial District com- ho cured nnd handled exactly as any in the bag bo marked upon them. Ordinary ailments and injuries are prised of tho counties of Ohio, of tho common grass hays. Under Each bag should contain the quanMuhlenberg. Republican themselves serious, hut Infection ler and favoiablc conditions tho hay will then tity Indicated by tho marks on tho mKSmBmT'vn.nrrmTSBt II you aro not familiar with pplu- or low vitality may mnko them dan- primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. hnvo n bright green color. If the outside, that is it hags aro marked cott's you aro doing yourseli and gerous. Don't neglect a cut, sore, cutting Is del, i) (Ml, however, until the publishers nu iuju&tlci. For Stato Ueprcicntath c. grain la in full dough stngo the "100 pounds" they should contain bruise or hurt because It Is small. tho ONE STAR Wo aro authorised to announco grain, of actual Blood poison has resulted from a hay will bo dry, hard, and bleached, 100 pounds AS GOOD AS UOTTLED LV k nnd tho feeding vnluo diminished. or scratch. For all such W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs pre- weight. BOND Delivered anywhere in Republic-excellen- t. allmcnts Bucklen's Arnica Salvo Isjclnct, n candidate for the If it is Intended to feed tho grain tho Middle West or East or protects and heals tho an nomination for Representative of straw, tho cutting should bo It in tho any place in Kentucky for only hurt; is antiseptic, kills infection and 0"i county. Primary election Sat- lut off until tho grain has rcncliod (.miu'Ii s'ago and most of dangerous comnllcattons. iuruaj, Aug. (, uiii, nrovents tb" hard Good for all Skin Blemishes, Pimples tho stnllis lave taken on n yel'ow Either in Four Full Quarts "The Standard Fiction Mai azine Wo aro authorized to announce Salt Rheum, Eszemn. Get an origiro'o' I inter favorable weather vj or Gallon Glass Jugs. AVOID L. L. EMBRY a candldato for tho your 25c. box from nal tho 'siu will cure suHl'lent-l- r of America" l Old Qualitj Is as pure and for Repres2 Republican nomination Druggist. f r storage i urposcs in six or tlz.ht !jj mellow as Whisky can ho entative from Ohio County. General If. NOW IN ITS 4Gth YEA a O days If prl up in carefully made. Distilled from the finest primary election Aug. 7, 1915. bundles e.v.'i, New Freedom at Work. round idioms of nlno assuring that selected grain, 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 z Year Including ouo cap bundle. Near tho Thero aro llgurcs In tho wonderful aroma found only in For Circuit Court Clerk. to ho Pink- Commerce, tho very coast, v.hcro frequent rains aro of By Tnlcinff Lydia E. good Whisky tliat Is pure (The first magazine to origii ttotlui Wo aro authorized to announce prosperity, of specch-mad- o expected ut this se.ison, grain should especially suitable for family Iiam's Vegetable idea of publishing a conai jte glvo a very dark viow to the OTTO C. MARTIN n candidate for bhocks, containing which ho put In small or medicinal purposes. Compound. novel In each number. tho Kcpubllcan nomination for Cir- ista of now freedom to which tho only six bundles, mid loft uncapped Get our complete price list. quickly after pointed so enthusiastically. cult Uourt clerK at the general pri- bo that it will dry out Special prices made in quan"My left Bide President Cleveland, Ohio A YEAR'S SUBSCRII ION a rain. It Is uunccetsnry to toar pained me ho for several years that I In this denartment is kent a record ,mary ciecuon Aug. t, tities. throughi'ivii nnd spread these small shocks iHfY,"'i'!L'' j ::'!"' 'p expected to nave to of tho commercial failures BRINGS YOU v & Co. Wo aro authorized to announco P. R. out tho country. If President Wil undergo an opera nfter rains ns it sometimes is with . 12 GreatJorapleto Novels. . Short Mail Order Department. course, tion, but tho nrst son wcro of an Inqulsltlvo turn of CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the larger ones. Tho bundles, of 50 60 Timely Articc Stories. Owensboro, Ky. bottlo I took of mind ho could learn something much Republican nomination for Circuit should bo shocked Immediately In or-dHu- Striking Poems. 200 Page aUf .! Lvdia E. PinKham's to his Information by consulting tho Court Clerk of Ohio County, General nHH rf4 P. R. Lancaster & Co., possibility of loss to avoid tho Vogotnblo Com- records which have como in to tho primary election August 7, 1915 mor. Owensboro, Ky. from bad weather. pound relieved me of Enclosod find Gentlemen: crop Is grown, not for fWhcn tho tho pains in my sldo department of commerce. It would , for which send mo, ex- $ g re LIppincott's is enjoying a Wo aro authorized to announco fcrdliu' purposes hut .for salo or for nnd I continued its not requlro a very exhaustive search nrpRS nrnnnlfl. ntfl Thou' Is o postponed becamo ot theao records to establish n very WALLACE II. RILEY a candldato uso until I rival of popularity. Bed tlu cutting should bo $ now rcadeis fiavo been ndd gals. Old Quality 1 Star. o iti rofjulnr nnd freo comploto reply to his charming little for tho Republican nomination for still further until tho grain 1ms passfrom pain3. I had Whlto House talks after tho signing Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county, Name past subscription list during stago. If it Is ed tho hard dough doc Express Olllce on is few months, and lti oircu permitted to become doad rlpo, how-- 1 tors if thcro va3ashed several could of tho bill3 that wore to set business General Primary August 7, 1915. unvthlncr I Postofllco increasing rapidly. ovr, the qualltv In not so rofd nnd ' tako to help mo and Uity said thsre free. Cut Out and Mail Now. For tho first two yoars of Mr. 'f 83 from shattering considerable. Wo aro autborlset to announce Uajxr of. I am tl" vms nou.Ins: tliat Uiey Whoro tho solf binder cannot ho thankful foi-- such a good moilictno and Wilson's administration thero wore iARL M. TAYLOIJ, of Prentiss pro- - S HOW TO REDUCE TJ o may bo ilono a will alwuys Riv It, the highest praise." tntrty-nv- o n- -' tnousonu commercial ran- - 0iuPt, tt candidate for the Republican tho cut-in- ? - nomination for .Circuit Court Clerk grain -- Mrs. C. II. Guiftu:i, 1883 Constant 'res This number Is some ten thouearlier than otherwise Tho at., Cleveland, Ohio. sVofl-esan,d in exees ot similar failures dur- - of Ohio County. In tho mnnnor already v.Ano' General Primary Hanover, Pa. "I cuored from fe- lug tbe first two years of tho TaXt San rday, August. 7, !f"CC Send To day for should ho loft In tho fiold unl15. male trouble o'lJ tha tw'ns were so ra 1 The total liabilities til it Is thoroughly oured and thou at times 1'aat 1 cot'! J 1 ot sitt txtn. 1"h? v'nilr lr t ration. B' LIppincott's "Little Book delay. If no" doctor wl;l:cd a (,-- , .i,n,i involved in tbe commercial failures s wlUmut We are authorized to ennounco oevauon b the first two years of thaWU- - vni?rrw THQRpB.of MeHenry a threshing machluo is avallablo at my ho. l --.nd ict no I y '' r .W ' ir'n Bargains' n t Imtnifitratton amounted to seyen 1 .. xtn for the n nu'dlcau nomtna- one" the grain should ho staoked or, VegwtaH C""r Uie , pre it . Pub - .m tiv Edit nil Iu ' . n 're! Mid sl'ty millions of dollars. ' m ' , ' r Circuit Co - CI rk of Ohio stored in a barn during tho inter-fRf- - I ' v . Suasou iji3 nu L' . .1 . lr o toal l'nb'litlef of the commercial ' vjI IT Genertl ."jaiy' election w.i L ) . Ccrf . r3i?-c- . ' vhere storage, day's wer'lures In the United States daring An n t 7, lltU Cn pmall fgrms IT SUNT r'REB.lU'O i haiU'ihi,. si I AaraMMlvi t "iil ' ' spaco Is not abundant It will promv-- j en ul lr uitrv. it a' n four years of the Taft admtnlstra- . , J on t' r m t.ttrwl u pr f - i j v: are author! e! to n'l.nr'ince 8. n amouutpd to six hundred and ,K U' ' ' J. B. LIPPINCOT :0V- 11" i i the farmer to bell the grain, a oc ..'v. ' li. t 110O. 'If p ''- I I riy mlll'on ono hrndred end "INNEY, ti f ui.ll ,PHl UL' WASHJN01ONSO ," I iv. r IUid, as "h'kI Wtli the . . . 1L1 Br i' ' ' 1ft. tUl I'll tt le?s then for the two (date for t ' v 1 0'ioritlon h' u 'or oxrt'ie of a llltl It 1 1C Jr ' r o' Wilson rein ri i Court C to fie li1 " "mi lo ',' "o ! - .tit I ijf r ' in 1,1 ,o "'lit L. .iii s involved In the f ill .1 i of Ml 3 a snftt'nr i nii to li 'V"i'p c us. ) ' 'I .UU, " . .. AN.I-1- . i farload. If this Is done the read hiid s:iiried ly u urfs occurring th first year of the ot nt, at the GVnnl Pnuiury .USUI out '.... -li t ,1 .ti H( can be loaded direct from Uid la f- - 'Ut administration exceeded by lion, August 7, 1915. ceuUuCaoi. Utl.1. ilillC A.Vl '3. v. l L. G. SMITH O BROS. TYPVvVniTSR C? ;; c;;i-- t . rcettry. syracuj. n. y. Pnnff-'-l- Kinging Convention. Ohio County Singing Convention met at llcda on May 30, 1915. Clnnn. Ilalrd tailed tho Iioupo to order opening hong service ngnln. Prayer by Ilov. Wesley, Commltto on Program composed ot leaders present. 12. C. IJaird elected chairman, S. P. Jones elected Sec'y. Wo jour committee bog leave to report tho following program: That eneh class be nllowcd to slug three songs each before and after noon each class to announce tho title of each song nnd secretary to record same. llcda first, No Creek second nnd Rickets third. Itcspt. Submitted, Your Committee. llcda 1st., W, C. Ashley, leader Song 1 Song of My Soul, Song 2 Kternlty Song ? nvcnlng Shades. No Creek, second, T. P. Carson, lender. Soiig 1 Come We That Love Tho Lord. Song 2 There Is a Land of Pure Delight. Song 3 Prnlse Ye Jehovah. Ulckcts Class, third. Bled Lee, leader. Song 1 All Will bo Well Song 2 Drifting On. Song 3 Tho battle Song Called to order by Ch'm'n. at 1 o'clock p. m., opened by singing, Sweet Byo nnd Ujc. Next convention will bo held ut Ucthcl with the Rickets' class. Evening Program nth Sunday in August Ulckcts Class: Song 1 Save Me Now. Song 2 Speak the Word Today, Song 3 Jesus Lead Today. No Creek: Song 1 Sing Unto God '.on ; C -- All The Way St:i,j i No Tears In Yonder Home Isovcnly millions t'.ollare tho amount! of liabilities Invohtd in tho failures occurring during tho last year of tho Taft admInlstrnlion,and exceeded by ono hundred and eighteen millions tho llnbllltles Involved In the failures that occurred during the first year of tho Taft administration. Thcro is tho direct difference between Amcrlcnn business under Democratic rule nnd m thnt under Republican control. Thnt m tells tho real story of what Mr. Wilson's "New Freedom" did for tho m country. Philadelphia Press. Itemedy That Hcllcics. It's prepared from the healing Pino Dalsam, Tar nnd Honey all mixed In n pleasant Eoothlng Cough Syrup called Dr. Dell's Thousands have benefited by Its uso no need of jour enduring that unnolng Cough or rlsMng a dangerous Cold. Go to your dealer, ask for n 2Ce. original bottle Dr. Dell's Pino ttart using at onco piid get rid of jour Cough and Cold. 2 A Cou;s!i Tar-IIonc- HSIRIEgSBEBiailBEEIimMGKlIlBR! IV! Vaoderbilt Traioiiig School for Boys 551 m ELKTON, KY. Will liolp parents develop their sons into tho best typo of citizens nnd Cliristian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered nnd comes 1'rom the best honiee in the South. Itscnpaeity is limited, therefore, reseivations should bo made enrJy. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write m m m lis 125 m m m m m am m m m RSI m m m m m m m m M2STHPMPV Jt R7TTTG For catalogue and information. JJox A. m m H H ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Slate TreaMiicr. Wo are authorized to announce HON. It. L. MOORE, of Crittenden county, a candidate for tho Repub lican nomination for State Treasurer, General Primary election August 7, 1915. For Circuit Judge. We aro authored to announce JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, as a candidate for the nomination for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dis trict, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the Stato Primary the first Saturday in August, 1915. MMHIkU W -i w .r U8S!&l$!rsr&l trfs: 4Hg&anam !!WoWKjj&iSS.,i. "! 'sk 1" &&inln(iai.tV: &Wmm BM 0rW - ... i .s m .. ''-"I- ", ( t . "BBBEra9Str7H3S. For C'oiumonue.ilth's Attorney. , I o, jn IrK Utda: Jilt ctrt-ttlime Tho Picturciof all re?!icats t f the United States. fromWceh-inirto- n to Wilson, lata of .Jl Nation3ln coloi. TIieNeiy latest Kcctwkv Map shovHs Co J.itics.towns.railroad 1 ul.and (Ji'trcti, oti. L . t Kcutucky Census. ullaallccm lctcmapoftuo compUtsma3oft.iBU.ut;'-H-r. world. InthalHstoric .Ij.entutk7t4ctchlgicn tLepolitlcal 6tatt'tinf-on- i t'WoJijli i moith" btatetothcpiescattinic. All T.ii.iin, All Oi.w i it. rtTpr.iieDeoartmeat of cicfk D'djT ments of t' i. to C merriment with the heads .cal.j-- c with their salaries. Varom J. r.nicitnnJti cli. too' Vy r s I wir i v Ji tlKir stall with officers .ind ie wljiei iron ' ah an 1 uraoujiions oi i pf Kentucky Cr o j.Con-greHBo-i- FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN All Pictures of Kentucky' Governor From Ihe foaninticn rf tbe Stole to tha print collection In czUtcnce OZJ all lrril -d i -- -- t sfi fc v. ! C.j ir mmr -- rCu-ucii- t for tf6 ;$:& d fH Jm k. "Old Quality" pln-prlc- ppiiy fST" C .HOWPHEN ern-d'tio- iu i $3.00 Per Gallon MAGA m.-m'- OPERATIOHS head-quarto- rs iiti. Lancaster or ' & 1 Ht-tl- mon-tlono- d, C0ST0FG00DR5'K nj,-"r- 3 1 m: - 1 "m 1 lilt lit 1 twen-mil'lo- ri' -- n i 1 .. ( 1 Tt cltc-Wibi- ou w I i'.-I- M I f I' i v Thcro i no doubt about DEMOCRATIC CAMP i to lw t tk rctottic the conditions of the treasury being Kniri BiMioril, Ky., n.ll ttr of tb "cutd LInrnjng Tjiat there will bo a bugo "" deficit In fplte o( the various kinds new taxes the present admlnlstra- CM. HARNETT. Editor & Proprietor t,on ,ins ,cv,l3, ls nlni"ted by all McCombs will Resign If Pence I1C OIIIJ qUCSUUIl lll'lilfe UB iu lia one. Is Named As Addreea all communications to The President ls Inclined to be opIfce Hrtiord Republican. Secretary. timistic. The author of the Income I'nx law expects his measure to yield NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ,he fujj t.tlmnte, 5S0.O00.O00, not- VasliIngton, June. A change of Botirritrr. dwirinc th. Mfer nt to n ttw wthstnn,(ng the wholesale passltiR ' Bd(i,.n.ft(:lvetheoid...idtv..ii.mH.iuKtL. of dividends at the beginning of the great importance In the leadership rwjnMt lit t,dBf year. If It dees, the deficit on June 0f the next Democratic national cam- P..I.W Ullt palgn is likely to grow out of the re Will be about SuO.000,000. pwlUftorfnthHiMltlonnlliitertlon. j 30 OWtnnrl..l:olatloiirinti.lCnrlotThifcrc,tl)I nQt jugtJ(y the further re- - fusal of Chairman V. F. McCombs. of wJ m sPar ... the un. the National Committee, to name J. act provides. Pence as secretary on Saturday last. .dewood drrtif f nifDtK. if rr lice. couiranniratiom win rwtv to &oc.moi Ther? are circumstances, however. One of the most prominent men In ttrtitloti which Indicate that there Is some the Democratic party said In things besides consideration of the discussing this attitude of Mr. Mc- ,3X.CI'3SC: rss. Influencing ...... ... L3 revenue Washington.""general sentl- - Combs, thnt "the NationalIt CommitteeIt should be Wlll name Pence when ment In CO meets, reborne In mind that Senator Thomp-- , gardless of what McCombs may think son comes from a state which was about it." It Is, therefore, consider-develpoin- g FRIDAY, JUNK II. the sugar beet Industry. cd probable that Mr. McCombs wlll lie was also talking In a state which decline to serve as national chairman ANNOUNCEMENT. had begun to rely on the sugar In- - under such circumstances, y dustry. The staving off of the evil The President had asked Mr. For Circuit Judge. was for the purpose of giving the j Combs to name Mr. Pence as secre TJ -t .1 " "fBre planters time In which to nban- - tary to succeed Joseph E. Davlos, of ir ci.iOKV nf flavlpss Hountv. a')SUgarthe business without loss. The Wisconsin, whose appointment as - don candidate for the Republican noml- checking of imports of sugar and chairman of the Federal Trade Comnation for Circuit Judge, Sixth Ju- cane as a result of the great war mission made Inappropriate his condicial district. General primary elec- gave them a new lease of life. Hut tinued membership of the National tion Aug. 7, 1915. they cannot forget the peril that will Committee. The President took this Impend when the war ends. The step out of a fondnes for Mr. Pence, Bryan still has his lecture en- - Democrats of the House Committee jnnd appreciation of his great services ion Ways and Means did not favor! to the party, a knowledge that the eacements. Ihi oiipgr cnhoflMlo na It vaa nrinntnr? ' National Cmmitte wanted him, and be a Wilson party and Leading members admit at the time a certalnity that he would be agreeWill there that they accepted it In deference able to Mr. McCombs. Mr. Pence B Bryan party? to the expert opinion of the Presl- - had served for years as assistant nemember the ReDubllcan County 'dent. He was not concerned so to the chairman nnd was' his closest much about revenue as he was about friend, during the Mass Convention reducing the cost of living, the real fight for Wilson. But some months "We have thougt for some time the theory of which the tariff was re ago Mr. McCombs became convinced position was uncomfortable for Mr. vised, surprising as some of the re that Mr. Pence, J. P. Tumulty and suits were, through the failure of the President himself were Involved Bryan. the Importer to give the consumer In a "conspiracy" to retire him as In chairman. Since that time his at. Let us have an old time attendance the full benefit of the reduction at the Republican Mass Convention duties. titude toward the three has changed Senator Thompson admits that the utterly, and he therefore gave no President's theoretical reasoning did heed to the wish of the President Bryan made Wilson President. not work out in practice. He also that Mr. Pence succeed Mr. Davies. Will he now unmake him as Roose-Te- lt argues that the United States should Friends of the chairman and his produce all the sugar it needs for assistant who had been trying to did Taft? domestic purposes. He will, of course, smooth over the difficulty were hopeSome of the "blind tigers" are not have the support of the Louisiana ful that Mr. McCombs would accede so blind that they cannot see bow to delegation in altering the Underwood to the programme last Saturday, and cut weeds, under the watchful eye tariff. The revenue needs may move were much disappointed when he reof jailer Midkiff. a majority of the Senate to agree to fused. The occasion was the selecthe change. As for the new House, tion of a chairman of the Subcom Mo name, is mentioned, in conthe change should be made as a mat mittee on Finance, when F. B. Lynch nection with the Republican ter of protection, regardless or rev of Minnesota, was named to succeed for Governor, other than enue. Globe Democrat. A. Mitchell Palmer, of Pennsylvania, in Ihls part of the State. Mr. McCombs was conceedecT to have the authority to name a secretary, Enjoying a Misery. Our Democratic friends are now Up near the Canadian border there and his friends hoped that he would engaged in telling the people that the Republican platform convention will are old people who tell you they are do so. When the time passed without the be a "cut and dried" affair and that "enjoying a misery" when they mean fne platform Is already written, etc. that they are suffering from discom- action being taken there was much expression of Indignation, culminatMaybe it will be better than no plat- fort or distress. But there are men who seem to en ing in the remark of the Democrat form anyway. joy misery In very truth. They wear quoted above, who said "As soon as the entire committee We should have gone into Mexico faces a mile long, and the neighbors Ustyear for the same reasons that wish they were a mile away, A bank meets it will broaden Mr. Pence's d are now urged. In fact, we did go, failure, industrial depression or valued activities and please the Pres could have remained and set up rest Is to them a sweet morsel under ident and party by his election as a stable government much easier the tongue; they revel In famine, "secretary." than we can now. Somebody blun- - pestilence and sudden death with a CASH PRICES. ,dered In the Mexican policy. It can 'weird but solemn Joy. now be laid on Bryan. And they borrow trouble. How Best quality Mixed Paint, any easy It ls to do that! Trouble Is a color, $1.40 per gallon. We cannot agree with candidate bank of discount which never closes Pure Lead 8c per pound. McChesney that a platform can be jts doors; the borrower needs no Pure Linseed Oil 70c per gallon. In the primary. Probably less ter of credit or indorsers there; he All kinds building Material very than a third of the Democratic voters may draw at sight, and the world's 'low will name the candidate for Gover-- ( capital stock of gloom Is his. But he Shingles $3.25 Extra nor. The platform should be made pays usurious Interest, for borrowed per 1,000. first, and the candidate who could trouble must be repaid in impaired Sewing MaAlso 39 second-han- d nor agree to Its provisions would , health, courage and prospects. Bor- - chines, some good as new, from $1 have the opportunity to withdraw, rowing trouble! "The country Is go- - to ?10.00 each. The candidates should be placed on ng to the dogs after the war, If it HARTFORD MILL CO. the platform, Instead of having to hasn't arrived there already." Bor- -' -- . "Jack up" to put the platform under, rowing trouble" "My son," said an Lansing Becomes Secretary of State them. old man, "most of the worst things Ad Interim. : ln my life have never happened at, Washington, Juno S -- Robert Lans- We are truly sorry that conditions! . ., ,. hooa u. v .....Vd, ut.i . ,. vtw ,.ava Mv I.HJ., DUVVVaSUI 4IU UU1.1. JJU&aCll .UUU1C, over which we had no control pre- tho tasks, for the true optimist: Con- -' as Counselor of the State Department vents this paper from having a repre-fldemust he cst0ed Business becomes secretary of the state ad Bemawve ai me annual rress Asso jmust be balled out from the prlson- - Interim tomorrow, when secretary ciation meet this week These con- - tpp flnrV In' tho Hrmnrnpiia'tt ncoloa Bryan's resignation takes effect. He ventions are very instructive, as well necongtuctIon an(, is a of John W. Foster, mut as pleasant events in the experience rebab,utaton. th Half the world Secretary of State under president ui iuc country euiior, who nas lime cannot be shot to pieces and the oth- Harrison, a life-loDemocrat, and enough of the good things In life er half not feel it. has been an international lawyer for coming, anyway. Here's hoping the These are the times, these the many years. other folks may have a profitable tasks for Is the optimist. Not and enjoyable time at Olympla Mfcawber kind, idly waiting the as While there much gossip already for to President Wilson's probable seSprings. something to turn up; but the Paul lection for the secretaryship, it Is Jones kind, which strikes no colors, the President's plan to make no imThe speculators are beginning to mediate appointment. It would not talk about the enormous wheat crop surrenders no ships "I have not yet begun to fight!" be surprising It he made no change about to be garnered by the Ameriin tho present status of the departcan farmer. Even the government ment's personnel for two or three "Where is That Mule Now. is lending assistance to this moveWhen it was proposed to put tin . months ment which Is already having its efSecretary Franklin K. Lane, of fect in lowering the price. This will plate on the Protected list, and when Interior Department, has been be kept up until the wheat Is out of It was Incorporated in the McKIn-Jth- e the hands of the grower who will bo ley Tariff act of 1890, and the Reg-- frequently mentioned as a possible paid about 90 cents per bushel. By Ister favored, one of Iowa's daily successor to Secretary Bryan, but the Sept. 1st. It will be back to $1.50, newspapers said that Its editor "own-- ! belief exists that he will not be chos- and the consumer will again get his cd a mule that could eat all the tin en on account of his Canadian birth squeeze, Great country over which plato that could ever be manufac- and the fact (hat the President would the -- tars and stripes is flouting, but tured in this country. " Where ls find considerable difficulty in finding that mule now? Before the McKIn- - a man to take over Mr. Lane's imthere ls a screw loose somewhere. . ley bill became a law we imported j portant work on the Alaskan RailSugar Tariff Change. every pouna 01 tin piaie usea in tms way and other projects of the InterSenator Thompson of Kansas has country. In 1880 we imported 379,- - ior Department. been visiting New Olroans and he is l,902,000 pounds It is considered entirely probable Ten years after quoted by the Times-Picayuas 1890 our Imports qhrank to H7,- - that the President will make no shift stating that "general sentiment In C83.000 Dounds Now tin plate 1m in his Cabinet at all, but will choose Washington seems to be that free but ports are merely nominal and the a new man to fill the vacancy. In quarters It is considergar will not bo put Into effect if the, Democratic Brooklyn Eagle admits condition of the federal treasure is we are underselling Wales 12 per ed very likely that he will retain Mr. the same a year from now." It cent. Again "where am de mule?" Lansing as Secretary. To do so would require search for another trJJJ be recalled Ibat part of the sugar Marlon (la.) Register, 1, H .rtlord Republican. m-rii- I '" . .. ' 1P1C. Z - .... T.ii tn.tff nin nntlf UIQ KUW tai IN counselor, fill. a post roost dimcult to . rchTo't;"::;;.. , to-d- ; Mc-da- "'"" Drainage Tuv Notice. At the meeting of tho Ohio county Hoard of Drainage Commissioners, held nt Hartford, Ky on May 22nd, ll'l r,, with all members present, It was ordered that an assessment or levy of TEN PER ENT , based upon the- - original cost, or assessment for construction of the respective ditches or drains, he made against the lands and Land owners located and within the following Drainage districts In snld Ohio Co.. viz: W. W. Plrtle et al., Dralnnge district, n. V. Rial, et al., Drainage district, R. II. Martin, et nl., Dralnnge district, W. C. Knott et nl.. Drainage district. Said assessment or tnx hereby levied to bo used for the purpose of clearing and removing any ami nil (Obstructions from the respective 'drains, defraying any past Indcbted-- I ness and for meeting any other lc-- ! gltlmate expense Incurred. I Said Tax list and assessment rell has been placed with the County Treasurer for payment to whom pny- -, ment may be made on or before July 12th., 10 in. without additional cost. Witness our hands, this June 9th., 19H S. T. BARNETT. President of Board. W. S. TINSLEY. Attest: Clerk. ' , Weather Men's Hot SUITS Palm Beach and Mohair Suits In all sizes. These are very comfortable Suits for the warmest weather. PALM BEACH SUITS at $7.50 MOHAIR SUITS $12.50 to $16.00 I I Free Wool und Sheep. The result of Democratic free wool agltntlon since 1909 and its actual consummation in 1913 through the t'ndcrwood-Simmon- s bill was to reduce tho number of sheep in the country more than S.000,000, with a value of $32,000,000. The wool clip slumped more than 130,000,000 pounds with a money loss of The income of wool producers during the period of agitation was reduced something like $S5,-00And then during the first seven months of Free-Trad- e tho nntlon lost In revenues on Imported wool nearly $20,000,000. That's what killed sheep raising and wool production. And to encourage a revival of the industry all that is necessary, we are told by the sapheads of the Democratic Agricultural Department, Is to kill the "stray dogs." What a yelp that Is lor ur Free-trad- e to make. Wheeling Intelll- $30,-000,00- 0. 0. Our Showings in Straw Hats Silk Hats, Palm Beach Hats are all hot weather necessities that will add very materially to your ability to keep a cool head, and the qualities are so varied that we can meet your price 25c, 50c, $1.50, $2.00 or up to $5.00 each. There is no necessity in comfortable, seasonable wearing ap parel that this Store can't furnish, and we are at your service every day in the week. E. P. Barnes & Bro. gHKi' Be Ready For 1010. The people of this country are ful ly awake to the needs of a Protective Tariff and the war demands for merchandise, ammunition and guns will not deter them from their full duty at the next election. They "got a sniff" of the very damaging effect of e before the war began. They know that the necessity for Protection will be greater after the war is over than ever before, which Free-Trad- BEAVER DAM, KY. '?B8fSBBSaBSBiKS?i,':-lifts. MY'3wKSttmEm5m0tB&&!fi to-da- y. un-an- let-ma- Star-A-St- ar ' ' Is liable to come any time. As soon as the war is ended and the foreign countries resume business each one will strive to make up for the loss they have sustained during tho war and without adequate Protective Tariff this country will be the dumping ground for all of them without rev enue or price and the destruction ofl our home Industries is a natural con-- 1 sequence. We should keep the fact !n mind and be ready for the battle In 1910. Peryvillo (Mo.) New Re- i publican Era. JS5tt8T'3B'i mmM IfI KOMIi? FOR WOMEN Mw ' J - -- 7-7- ,... ... ce Committee Called. Tho members of the Ohio County Republican Executive Committee are hereby called to meet nt tho court house In Hartford, Ky., at 10 o'clock a. m Saturday, June 12, for the tiansactfon of Important business. OTTO C. MARTIN, Ch'm'n. RAMEV E. DUKE, Sec'y. May 18, 1915. 5U the son-in-la- w OUR. ENTICING UNDERMUJLINJ WILL 'DE- ng NEW JEWELRY STORE Prices to suit the times. All kinds of repair work given prompt and careful attention. In Amont's old stand, across street from Barnes Bros. Give me a call. ALL WORK LIGHT YOU. COME IN AND .SEE AND PR.ICE THEM. THEM YOU WILL BUY YOUR. .SUMMER. .SUPPLY NOR. TR-O- U 3. " '" THE.SE. WHEN YOU COME IN YOU WILL GEE PR.ETTY THINGS ALL THROUGH THE STORE. -- WILL YOU .STOP AT BUYING MAKE A LIJT OF ALL THE TjHINGJ YOU NEED FOR ALL THE FAMILY. THI.S WILL MAKE YOUR BUYING EA.SY. GUARANTEED. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. R. W. KING, Expert Jeweler and Optician, n well-luform- Beaver Dam, Ky. Hartford, Kentucky. J- - , w IT'S HERE AT LAST! We Mrs. Martha Hobs has returncil homo from Ellzabethtown where she has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Moore. Mrs. J. Ney Foster, who has been (ho guests of her pnrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. C. l Keown, will return to her home at Phillip, Miss, Sunday. Hon. Albert Leach, Heaver Dam, candidate) for tlio Republican nomination for State Senator was mingling with his friends hero Monday. you Daybreak Wo can furnish Corn and Tobacco Grower Fertilizer at reasonable prices. ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. 40tf Rev, H. W. Napier and Judge J. S. Glenn left Monday to attend the District Conference of tho Owensboro district, M. B. Church South, at Sacramento this week. Miss Clara Webb, North Hartford was tried before Judge Wilson Tuesday and adjudged to be of unsound mind. She was convoyed to the asylum at Hopkinsvillc. KKKI COOL Uuy your Ice O'Dannon & Co., Hartford. will deliver Ico every day. patronage solicited. 'Phone orders to Homo 'Phone 69. from They Your PRESS ASSOCIATION IS IN SESSION Large Number Editors In AT Allen-dance T5he FREE Day REMEMBER! mean the Warm Olympia Springs. Olympia Springs, Ky June 8 With u large attendance from all parts of the stato Kentucky editors gathered here Monday for the mid summer meeting of the Press Associa tion. The first evening was spent in visiting the grounds and In social enjoyment. First business session was held this morning with President J. R. Lemon, of Mayfleld In the chair, M. H. Thatcher, former president of tho Canal zone welcomed the association to Olympia springs. H. F. Forgey, of Ashland, responded on behalf of the members. The other features of this session were President Lemon's address and the annual reports of the officers. There are many plans on foot for entertainments during the evenings of the week. Wednesday, however, will be the big night of the week as the annual German Is on the program for that time. President Lemon announced his determination to get the business of the association transacted as early as possible so as to leave the remainder of the week for rest and recreation. an-nu- ul Weather and so are our 'T-i- Thursday, July 15, 3:00 P. M. is the Day and the Hour Wd fiillD Hot Weather wearables. We liu uiuo miui Email flno "?ho FDP17" Soi.finn Monhinn UUU 11IO I nuu UDYIllil lilQullllirj. j i are prepared to show everything new in I fteK CTOTTlrt you U,- for ill big demonthe JL nWlnllno II. Jl otb iw.. VIIIV U thin White Sheer Material, such as GABERDINE, LOTH, MIDDY-C- PALM BEACH, stration. Nearly every woman in tin's county will be present nnd one among tho number will get this wonderful machine without ore cent of cost. Who knows but that vou will be the fortunate one? Everyone will stand an equal oppor tunity in this awarding. Yon should not fail to come and participate in this grand demonstration and awarding. Every minute will be full of interest. If you haven't filled out a coupon, get one fill it out and deposit it at once,.and to-da- y, ORGANDIES, INDIA LINON, MULLS, ETC. Also a com- I plete line of LACES in n various f2 your 45t4 Oak-woo- MCClLL Assortment of One of thr Chic Suits Which Are So Eauiy Mad. l: lio.nc N'o. fif.1?! McCail I'Mtrnu Co-i- t Mirt N't Ct,tm. Two of the many ,,"e for jul,r- ,$ qualities and prices. T' Perhaps you are need-rting just this kind of material. show you, anyway. We The local lodge of Maccabees will d conduct memorial services at Cemctry next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and decorate the graves of the members buried there. Misses Luclle PIrtle and Winnie Simmermau gave a delightful lawn party at the home of the former on Union Street Tuesday evening, which was largely attended by the younger set. The K. of P. memorial services held at Oakwood Cemetery last Sunday were attended by the largest crowd which has ever been present on an occasion of this kind at Hartford. The graves of the T knights buried there were beautifully decor ated with choice flowers after short Impressive services near the grave of knight W. A. Gibson. In this issue will be found the announcement of Hon. R. W. Slack, of Owensboro, for the Republican nomination for Circuit Judge In this district. Mr. Slack is well known to most of our people. He Is a lawyer of unquestioned ability and would fill this position with great credit. He Is very popular with citizens of all parties and, if given the nomination we believe he can be elected In November. So far he has no opposition ior tho nomination. "Mr. Allison Barnett has resigned his position as associate editor of and left the Hartford Republican Monday for Nashville, Tenn., where he has accepted a position as superintendent of the city plant of the Natural Phosphate Company of Tennessee. Young Mr. Barnett is one of the best boys who ever lived In Hartford and truly It can be said he numbers his friends by his acquaintances. He Is a very capable young man and abundantly able to fill the responsible position which he has bem tendered and accepted. Hartford Herald. An auto belonging to Mr. Earl Barnes came near being destroyed by llro Tuesday. Mr. Barnes had started to Pleasant Ridge with several passengers and when about one mile from town the top, which was down, was discovered on lire, and It was with tho greatest difficulty the flames were extinguished by the aid of tho passengers. The top was entirely destroyed and Mr. Barnes suffered slight burns on the hand. No ono knowns how the fire started as nono of the occupants had been smoking. At one time It looked as though tho car would have to be abandoned to the flames. If not, let us McCail Be Sure to Come. July 15,3.00 P.M. carry in stock a complete line of Patterns, Salesladies to offer any suggestions, thereby making your shopping at our store a real pleasure. Remember this ane also that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE MONEY. THAT SATES YOU For Sale. big stock of Sisal Binding Twine best grade. Also Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes and other Farm Implements of all kinds. Also have three "Farmer's" Favorite Wheat Drills never been used, bought at a bargain which we will sell below W. E. ELLIS & BRO., cost. The Produce Men, 48t4 Hartford, Ky. A E. F. Barnes :B,-vr & Bro. ,4-4i- , Peace New York, Far Off. Pin-del- JAX&Gb, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JUNE 11. l, June 7. Henry M. newspaper publisher of Peoria, 111., returning today on the American liner S. Louis, declared that the European war will continue for three Your Bosom V fl III' II Friend! Talk about style and quality and price! Why, man alive, our new stock of shirts is' a knockout We were never prouder in our lives than vre are at this 1 0 II ' Ella McKlnney, of Beaver Dam was the guest of Miss Simmer-ma- n MIbs this week. Mr. Pearl Sanderfur has accepted a position on the mechanical force H. & ST. L. It. It. TIME TABLE. of the Republican. 115 due at Ellmltch 9: 20 a.m. t Hon. Josh Griffith, Collector of In114 due at Ellmltch 6: 15 p. m. ternal Revenue, Owensboro, was here 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3: 40 P. m. on business Monday. Ar. Irvlngton .. 3: 40 P. m. m. Mr. Iva Nail returned Wednesday, Lv. Irvlngton .. 5: 46 m. from a few days visit with relatives LoulBVille . 7: 40 Ar. 111 Lv. Louisville .. 8 35 a. m. at Smiths Grove, Ky. Ar. Irvlngton ,.10: 0G a. m. Miss Mariam Holbrook entertained Lv. Irvlngton ..10: 40 a. m. her visitors with a hall at tho Opera Ar. Ellmltch .. l! 04 a. m. House Monday evening. , . . No No No Ha, more years. "There Is no victory near for either side," said Mr. Pindell. "It will be two or three years before the conflict ends, and millions more men wljl be slain." "I am not a peace propagandist, but If all Americans could see what I have seen In trenches they would never go to the extreme measures except as a last resort. "I talked to a man near Carency, a member of a regiment that started out with 4,600 men. He was one of 200 that were left. He described a certain battle as a mingling of ter rific noises, a shaking and trembling of the earth, blinding, choking smoke hiding all sight of both friend and foe, with screams of the wounded and dying, and then the confusion of retreat. Neither he nor his comrades Jjod any idea what they were accom plishing. mk I III' a II II II ID wM Uk III Hi B 1 X win I 1 i(t moment,, t There's no use going into details. .You must actually see and feel tltese shirts. Get next io them. f All sizes. Various makes. Loads of patterns. $ M., Hi & E. K. R. TIME TAUM'V South Bound, No. 115 S:4G a m, Bean, on Walnut Street. Due at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 Mrs. C. P. Keown, Miss Alice 6:15 p ra. Keown and Mrs. J. Noy Foster wero Due at Hartford ' (Both "Mixed Trains.) in Owensboro first of the week. Hon. John II. Thomas, Narrows, spent the day liere Monday, looking after his Interests, In the Senatorial race. Don't fall to stop with us for good Meals, Soft Drinks, Fruits, Cigars and Tobaccos. Mr. Royco Igleheart arrived home 48t2 CITY RESTAURANT. Monday from Lexington. Glenn" Pendleton, Mooro Misses Mr. Shelby Stevens nrrlved home and Flener will leave Sunday for j Monday from Louisville. Bowling Green where they will enter guest or school. Mrs. S. O. Keown la the For high grade Pennsylvania Coal relatives In Bardstown, Ky. 'phone convene Mon- Oil, call on or Circuit "Court will O. T. O'BANNON, day for a two weeks term. Hartford, Ky. 45t4 Esquire' W. S. Dean, and two sons, M. Taylor, Prentts, canMr. Carl Dundee, were In town Tuesday. for the Republican nomination e" attending didate For GoodMeali-whllfor Circuit Court Clerk was here court, stop at City Restaurant.48t2 Monday. Mr. U. S."CondUTHcflln, was an Mr.vW. II. Austin, of Safford, Ariz, appreciated caller at our office Mon- formerly a resident of Beaver Dam, day. is visiting friends at Beaver Dam Mrs. L.TsTEverly of Ceralvo,a9' and Hartford. tie guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe BenMiss Gussie Bennett who became nett. suddenly very 111 last Sunday during Mr. B. 8. Mauzy, Beaver Dam, No. the Methodist Sunday School Is slow3, called to see us while here Mon- ly Improving. day. For IowerprlcYs on Farm and Mm. James A. Park Is tfie guest of Poultry Fencing and Barbed Wire, ACTON BROS., ..relatives In Clear Run neighborhood call on Hartford, Ky. 40tf this week. Mn. Joe Bennqtt left Mr. and-Misses Kennedy Collins and Norlne Black spent, the day in Owensboro Tuesday for a two weeks visit to their daughter, Mrs. W, C. Overhultz, last Friday. Wire Cloth.any width from 24 to Ced.aredge, Col. Williams, O. Homer the great 40 Inches, black' and galvanized, at mind reader and psychomancer, will B. L. King's. Candldatesfoofflce In the August continue his show at Bean's Opera primary can obtain necessary blanks House tortilght and tomorrow night. for notification at Ohio ounty Clerks Also special feature moving pictures slfbU. Admission Children oMce. 6 cts, Adults lie. C. BLANKENSHIP, C. O. C. If. , Judge J. P. Miller Is very sick at the home of his daughter Mrs. Ira Wire cloth at S. L. King's. Hon. B.D. Ringo, Owensboro, was here Tuesday. Ice Cream and Cold Drinks served 8t2 at City Restaurant r -- :!' '1 rV bh e,oM Alleged Ponsum Hunters On Trial. Fifteen more or less prominent citizens of Centcrtown and vicinity are on trial before Judge Wilson charged with meeting or confederating for the purpose of intimidating or doing Injury to others. Mention was mado In our last issue of this case. The hearing began yesterday and will probably continue several days, 'owing to the largo number of witnesses to be examined The affidavit is sworn to by four persons who Bwear that the meeting was held about two miles beyond Centertowu on the night of May 28th and that at that meeting, which was a secret one, several were armed with shot guns and rifles and that fifty or more men were present and voted to threaten various persons with whippings for various reasons and that they voted to whip one man. On the other hand the fifteen men under trial swear that they met for the sore purpose of securing evidence to suppress blind tigers in Center-tow- n and that the four men who bring the charge against them were accused of violating the' local .option laws. It is admitted that this matter was first taken up at the meeting. County Attorney Smith is conducting the prosecution, while Attorney E. M. Woodward Is defending. Notice to Water Users. Any water users of Hartford who allows any outside person to use his KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, hydrant for washing automobiles or any other purpose, will be charged Intoxicating li- ket with the butter, wet this sand or double the rate he is now paying or charged with having water. quor for sale; brought before the dust with his water supply will be cut off. Have a lid to fit snugly over the Court 9th Inst. Under search warKY. LIGHT & POWER CO., 48t2 rant Sheriff found nine barrels of Inside box, In which place the rolls E. G. BARRASS, Mgr. wine in cellar, which was seized and of butter. Over the two boxes spread Is now In possession of Sheriff by several thicknesses of old sunny-sac- k Ann, The Fun. d Little Anna's f ether was a baseball order of court. Bond fixed at $250, or other coarse material, in cold water. Damp sand should be enthusiastic and had taken her to and trial set for July 6. placed under the outside box. A several games. One Sunday morning Osteopathy. dry horse blanket or a piece ot old they went to church. Anna was not Dr. G. B. Dockery, whose office Is carpet should be thrown over the enmuch interested In the sermon until at Beaver Dam, will pe In Hartford tire arrangement, to avoid evaporathe minister warmed up to his sub ject and the older men near the pul every Monday, Wednesday and Fri- tion and prevent heating of the day of each week and will treat pa- sacks. s pit began to shout, "Amen," "Halle37tf tients at their homes. lujah," etc. On the way home she looked up to her father and exclaimMarketing Butter in Hot Weather. ed, "Say, Pop, who were the men up HEARD As the weather grows warmer.lt befront rooting for the preacher?" comes necessary that the farmer who ABOUT PAT'S PIG?" to private customers With a deficit In the United States delivers butter huve some good method ot keeping Treasury way beyond the hundred mil a presentable Hon mark, and still growing, it takes the Droduct firm and in condition while taking It to town, more than Wilson psychology to enBuffer. able any but the blind to see any else his trade will A refrigerator, or milk house with good in the Underwood Tariff and running water passing throught It, Is experiments. other Democratic indispensable In connection with sumWaynesburg (Pa.) Independent. marketing. The mer butter-makin- g milk house is the host as here rood Court Notes. one can do the churning and workWill of F. N. Morrison probated. ing of the butter, keeping In a cool, Will of Leanor Rhoades probated. Com'th vs. John Render, charged Arm state till ready to be started to BBBBBBSBBBLvWflsBBBm -with bastardy, verdict of jury 125.00 market. Where the milk house Is the however, available, not a year for ten years. 931. Com'th vs. Etta Pearl Law- butter ran be set in the refrigerator "the foiaeet lverl Sure he wuz raised y, and allowed to become cool and firm on rence (col.) charged with petit the feed they do be selling at befoie starting It to market. continued to July 6. Ellis Bros.' Theres more than one To insure butter reaching market pig, 843 Com'th vs. Garret Hagerman horse and cow which has been nnd E. H. Goodall, dismissed as to In a solid, shapely condition, take a made happy and content over proven-proper Goodall, verdict of jury, 110. and clean box or other v el the der taken from our bins, granerles cost against Hagerman. .70 to accomodate the quantity of and hay lofts. Why shouldn't your Se484 Com'th vs. Millard Taylor, I'ut'er Marketed at e;:h trip. poln the fortunates? charged with breach of peace, ver- ct u another box largr. cnousb for Join the fortunate? tlm first one to set insldo It and dict of jury not guilty. 846 Com'th vs'. Willie Reynolds leave a space of about iirt o' rlx Fill this with InW.M "between the two and Hobart Autry, charged Tbe PreAtee breach of peace, continued to July 6. spur' with dampened san-- I 01 . KENTUCKY. and" Just before starting to HATFOJU, Bruno Frey, 847 Com'th vs. Ice-co- ld well-soake- Hub Clothing Company "HAHEZ lar-enc- . E. EJAIS tc,-du- t BRO. Mrehu ET 3ttwWivnriiiwgw w wnw One Experience Convinced Me of its Value "One of our sales- men demonstrated the value of the Long Distance Telephone to us. He was at Huntsville, Ala., and upon his own in Long Distance calls for fifteen merchants within a radius of several hundred miles. responsibility put of flour at a total cost to us of less than six dollars. "Since then we have applied the Long Distance Bell Telephone to every feature of our business with The service is fine, the most profitable results. rates arc reasonable and there is more satisfaction in one Long Distance Telephone talk than in half a dozen letters". "In less than one hour he had sold 2100 barrels &3 .rm.TT-nT A MIA TTT K l?rT-Tr-NT- T? AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY ilNCORPORAIED.I BOX 119, OWENSBORO, ex hA .......... ( t N rnR , all r.iui. n MUMI tl Tho most economical, cleansing and L TMT VAYt .tnriu. l.'Mill.ir., ..jr, ,t , tirfU McCreary tho bads. On this basis, eij..ilfci.ilVIiy.ml'MHwM, germicidal of ell antiseptics is. County is entitled to nino votes, and THE REPUBLICAN on l'ptiaMllt;. w jkiV XIk..' Stir. these votes shall bo deducted from I'ASBItir. nirr'tiiMH. i.,rr... t)i J ji...k m - - '4 .!. .u trtito Whitley, Pulaski and Wayne coun- (S03-!50- a B Sivonth C.ran from which WASHiuc-- ; f?M. . ;. STATE CONVENTION ties, the three countiescreated, in rNTTWSV ".r the McCreary County was A soluble Antiseptic Powder to proportion that tho Republican bo dhsoived ia water a3 needed. vote polled In these counties in 190S Ar. n n: clicir.l anil. j,..;j Jw. uuumvj Official Call lssuedby Cen- bears to the combined Progressive In t: .';; fitartU, i....L.....: and Republican vote polled in of nno, th.-o:- : , aiiu Committee. County in 1912. Tho votes c. ; i.y fdriaiua ills It hair 'i : -l. j deducted arc three from Whitley, or ten r i van uyam ii. 4 ir;...iai 'four from Pulaski, and two fro:;i Med: .01 w.U.'jrccomiuous'oJ Paxllue IS08 Wayne. Upon the basis above fixed, Delegate Vote Eased-e- n hi u. ir rrlvato correspoaUeacn Uh Thm National Weekly inu suvcrui uuuuiivs ui mu ouui; uiu won;c.i, v.Lica proves its cupcfioiii. V.'c-Election and All Intend who have been c::;td izj a entitled to representation as follows: It Ut V,anh its rrcUJit ia gold." At Adair 19, Allen 19, Anderson 10, To Tik Part. large box, or ly mall. drustfrU Ballard 7, Barren 2?,, Etb 13, Eoll r U I' til til. '. ( Tho riuou. Toilot Ccv Dostoa, Kias. 28, Boone C. Bourbon 23, Boyd 28, "t. C'.'u.'r Boyle 15, Bracken 11, Breathitt 16 'Jut50.5t'. '.. LoniiTille, Ky., Kcb. 12, 1916. tSf privc i. ' '. 0 tirecKinrmge 26, iiuinit i, uuuer za, . andwsh.M ,cii. i To the Republican Electors of Kenuiyui;u eiiuwn o, waiiuwu) o, This is good in him. But trhrt Bronccisii ih tucky: 7(5, Carlisle 5, Carroll 5, Carter 2G, we cr 11 are the fool workers going to do -' X: T. Blrkhswl, Circuit CxrorWT. at a slii tt.n: cr The FPTvlean Etr.te Central Com-miti- Casey 19, Christian 4C, Clark 19, about it? Are they golns to coatftuo reduction in c Juutcei Ben U. lliitgo, -- vtoia' . . 1. ot Kentttcl.y l.ereby Clrccto Clay 20, Clinton 11, Crittenden 17, to accept the crumbs that fall from! V. MlUklff, n .i:h tl.i& Jailor; E. Q. I!.irr.ii3, . 12, Daviess 39, Edmon .. d Cumberland mill a State Convention of ,.i.i4 ji :ne .1 . .Ain IV w publit.it u n. Clerk; B. E. Birkhecd. Mact-LIIVCB lUUICi luc; kuiui A representative! of the llapub-lloa- ii son 13, Elliott C, Estill. 15, Fayettol , mitsloner; R. T. Collins, Trustee he,r unitPd pconomic pow- -i Special Offer' to Qtir Readers Jury Fund; S. O. Keuwu, sin'r.fi. Party ln Kenif.c'iy be hold in 47, Fleming 20, Floyd 1G, Franklin er lo cne single Industrial Union, ' Ilartford. 'Dfiiutics s. A. uravher; Rei'iniZiR!; I'u' Ktulucky. ut 10. Fulton 0, Gallatin 3, Garrard 16. dcr.ianrf the City of C'!i r't at their united pllitlcal power In the i office deputies Mis. S. O. h.ovn ai avc thr :v w tirii-r- wc rr't fur. nnrn i - ti. 12:30 p. m., stamn-- 1 time, on Tues-- j Grant 11, Graves 17, Grayson 24. one single party (tho Socialist Party) . fu t ;.ji. i"f ..nn'.iufi.ic .ti n eAli ci Oi: more Kcottn. Court com em fin;t c:ir . Thu t.i: ifi day, tho loth day of June, 1915, for Green 13, Greenup 21, Hancock 11, ln order to capture all Industrial and ir ibe prir r.1 Ce'jVr'iaUm ntsiiciilHptcmril) il. Monday in February and coutimi.-i- i I'.I.--r ;.n J mus.t be taLcn thrtH wnei.e; third .Monday In April, 14, Harrison 1G, governmental powers, through tho purpose of adopting a platform Hardin 19, Harlan and two w(x.;.s; third Monday in October, .tn"r:'.zj:. What Yea Get in Collier's embodying the principles upon which H"rt 20, Henderson 25, Henry 14, by tho solidarity of tho working two weeks. - Hickman 7, Hopkins 33, Jackson ID, tho Repu'odlicnn party and its nomiis the otic las, lr.dcniiciii,fccrtris County Court John B. Wilson, class on both tho economic and tho only iil the meetly oi 1'ic w'olerounlri. noes will ask the support of the elec- - Jefl'orson 272, Jessamine 13, Johnson political field? Judge; W. C. Blankeiwbip, Clerk; mxxi citii' n's han1tonK l.ut it is olw a 1'. U. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. miu'.rine fur lite nhnte finiilr. Amciiix the tors of Kentucky, at tho November 23, Kenton G4, Knott G, Knox 28, Everywhere the workers aro learnCourt con. snes first .MonJtsy in onuh ' thiMus that a rar's kuUcriptlcn Liven arc, !Laruo 10, Laurel 2G, Lawrence 21, ing election, 1915. tho lessons of capitalist politimouth. ijKli? 1000 nJilonV, ml. 12, Lewis Tho delegates to said State Con- - Leo 12, Leslie 14, Letcher Quarterly SCO Now. Thotos cal economy. VVK first .Monday Court Bpglns on the 200 S'inrt Artirlra ventlon shall be selected by county '25, Lincoln 19, Logan 23, Llvlngton every month. in Everywhere they aro becoming IZO S'lOit Static. . o ft Knn(n.. t .t ii Court of Calms Convened first mass conventions to no uciii in mo iu. t un o, iuuui&oi. on aiauumu iu, nore jntenlg0nt and ciass conscious, 103 Illustrated Teiiturrs 2 Completa NoreU Tuisday In January aud first Tucs- county seat lu each county at 1 Marion 13, Marshall 12, Martin 10, Everywhere they aro beginning to fWsWvvin'vVj October. Trpatmpnt "J I" Collier's $2.50 Both fcr crJ; o'clock p. m., standard time, on Sat- - Mason 21, McCracken 30, McLean ,seo tlu;y aro a slave clags wlU) nQ ,n. uthcr County ortlccrs-- C. S. Mox- urday, Juno 12th, 1915, except in' 13, Meado 9, Mencfco 5, Mercer 1G, terrsts lu common with their lt,y. Survejor, FoiMsville, for WEAK Ky., U. Hartford Uepubllcan o I1'' - D- - s'- - -- I Toni Hinw. Asawsor, counties of Bell, Boyd, Campbell Metcalfe 13, Monros 19, Montgomery ,msor8i Everywhere they aro be- - fii.'fr-i:u- . imt"?. jlV or Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shulta, Suiierln r&TiKffiMCsKaKe anu Konton, in which counties said i". worgan n, wcureary u, x coming better able to handle the , ..- -. u r Ulley. w CONSUMPTION Ut. A. B.Benton. f shall be held ln tho cities hcrg 31, Nelson 14, Nicholas 11, industrial political and economic sit Ks&&?M2 X.SM4?X II. Newport! Ohio 33, Oldham G, Owen 7, Owsley nation of Middlcsboro Ashland, Sjoii M you mention ispaperwewill send you lloa(1 Engineer, liartforil. Intelligently. moro -J UST1CES' CO I Pendleton 12, Perry 13, Pike 35, they will declare they want all tho -- " and Covington, respectively; provId-1" ." y mail a quick ,. feelinp. coi!(7hn.n!ni Ed.: Shown, liarttord. " cd that In tho county of Jefferson Powell 7, Pulaski 41, Robertson 4, tttAnWl. M.rt,, night "w"'"""feY"S"alJ. or ;;d Monday In March, Tuesday aft-- , in chest, sweats, hemorrhages, weak and City of Louisville, tho city and .Bockcastlo IS, Rowan 10 Russell 13, Erelong tho working class., stand- - lungs or consumption. ior 3d Monday In June, Tuesday aft- county executive coinmitteo shall pro-- j Scott 18, Shelby 18, Simpson 9, ing In solid and Invincible Jhalanx. num '" September. Tucs-- . l ,r y'LMo IOCK BOX 616 MFrjIRAI Hf) ' J 111 COIUMBUS, 0. uiiy uii.ur oil .iiuuiiuy vide for the holding of conventions Spencer G, Taylor 12, Todd 1G, Trigg will capturo tho government, establA'i'eiiiucr. L. A. McDanlel, Roukport, Frldaj McCALL PATTERNS in each ward and in the county of j 1 4, Trimble 3, Union 13, AVarrcn 29, lish tho Commonwealth, Celebrated tor style, perfect ft, simplicity ini after 3d Monday In March, Friday . reliability nearly 41) years. Sold In nearly Jefferson, exclusive of tho City of 'Washington 15, Wayne 17, Webster institute a Divine Civilization make after 3d Monilay lu June, Friday K every city anj United anil IS, Whitley 37, Wolfo 8, Woodford possible a 1'uro Religion, and grant TlieTlirice-a-Wee- k Louisville. Edition after 3d Monday In September, r Canada, or by town in the(or Mnre States thaa mail direct. sold any other make. Send tree catalogue. Friday after 3d Monday in De The form of voting ln said county 14. Total 2.35G. to everyono all ho or she earni, and McCALL'S MAGAZINE mass conventions on all questions, E. T. FRANKS, Chairman. More subscriber than any other fashion Of Tlie ilfBv York World cember. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday thus enable all humanity to live a S. W. rnagaiine million a rnontlu Invaluable. IjU ALVIS S. BENNETT, Sec. shall bo viva voco except ln tho City est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, hotter material mental, and moral after 3d Monday In March,, Wedplain senlni;, fancy necdlevroik, halrdressim;. of Loulsvlllo and Jefferson county, nesday after 3d Monday In Juno, life, repleto with love nnd Joy, and enqueue, pood stories, etc. Only 60 cents year (srnrtli double), including a free pattern. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, I BO where tho county executivo Practically u Dally at Tho Price of a Wttlnesdny after 3d Monday In Sepfull of nil thoso glorious privileges, l T.nnna fmnlv SubicrfCb today, or send (or urunla copy. tember, Wednesday after 3d Monshall determine tho man Frank J. Cheney mhkes oath that he Sa beautiful ideals, and noble deeds 'Weekly. No other Newspaper Wonderful inducements day in December. senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney ner of votine Tho countv execu- -' & Co ( do4ng, busnesg ln tha ctty of To. that mako life worth tho living. And I to Arrents. l'n'tal brings premium caUtouue It. O. Tlclionor, Centcrtown, and iicwcaslipruaoircrc. Address ln tho World Gives so Much aforesaid, and ledo. County live committees sunn give not job's that said Arm and Statethe sum of ONH 11113 will bo the culmination of an after 3rd Monday in each rnE ucciu. cd.. tzi t : w. :71a su new tohb will nay at so Low 11 Price. than ten dr.ys' notice of tho time, tho HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev- - indcstructablo Soclullsm. 4 month. 'ry case of Catarrh that cannot be cured particular place or building whero Dy tne use 01 HAi.ia Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday WILLIAM II. UNDIFF, catahuii cuitts. FRANK J. CHENKY. after id .Monday In March, Tica-lasaid county or wnrd mass convenisi Sworn to beforo me and subscribed In Tho year 1914 has been tho most afttjr I'd Monday ln May, Tucudav tions shall bo held and tho manner my presence, this 6th day of December,, Clmmbei'Ialu's Colic, Cholera and DLI. extraordinary ln tho history of mod- after 3d Monday in August, Tues- nf Knlnotllll? ilf'lni.flfnc liv nnwnnnnn. A .(Seal)1B8S. iarrhoea Itemed)-- . Uay after 2d Monday In Novfmbi'r A. W. QLEASON. publication or by notices posted in Notary i'udiic. y This Is a remedy that every family ern times. It has witnessed the outDundee, S. Dean, W. ''' I conspicuous places In each voting . nnd nets directly upon the blood nnd mu- - I'lould be provided with, and especi- break of tho great European war, WITH PsJ after tho second .lomla In tho Bystem' Send for ally during the summer March, Wi'ilncw.ay niter tvi Mor, 'a precinct ot tho county. UMmo&eBfr0ci mouths. it strugglo so titanic that It makes In .May, WcducsJay after 3d Mot 'at All voters who were entitled to1 SoldF.J. chbnrt & CO.. Toledo. O. Think of tho pnlu and sufforlnK that. , in An uftur 2i Min-l:i- v by nil Druggists. "Dc. all others look small. participate In the conventions Ut ust bo ondurotl whan medicine must i Take Hall's Family 1I1I far constipation. in NoVfinbor. Von live in momentous times, and ' a scut for or before rellof can bo Ii. which delegates v.ere elected to the F. ttlee, Foiklsville, Tue'f tv : ' Hia-l- i T)::y With Laugh. Republican State Convention held oHulued. This remedy Is thoroughly you should not miss any of the tre- ni'if -- d Monday lu March. '11 un1 . id.i.v aftor 'Jd .Monday in 'li -I H w fit in the Ctly of Louisville on Wcd- Mrs. rinuo'jn kept a boarding vMahlo. Ask anyone who has used mendous ovents that aro occurring. day after 2d Monday llv, An In nesdsy. tho 10th day of April. 1912.!hou3a. aud one day young Johaeou it. Obtainable 0 very where. nt Xo other newspaper will inform you Thursday utter "i MoucLi) I, v. i . vembor. with the promptness and cheapness Ben W. Taylor, Rs'pH. Frld.iv nt ln-tor n fw uo- - j a blunder slrrnallred the loKs'rtlva ot tho Thrlc'e-a-Wce- k edttiou of the er Sid Monday In AUrcli. Frh:i" nfii't yH WSiilWHSwi JIIJ ISajl j Pill MieMIMIMMMSMe.eM.B that date, shall bo entitled to parti-- w . Frinl.iy 0 i "d aunts, tut as tho young msn wsxed esreor of tbo preseut sdmlnistratlou. Now York World. Moreover, a year's 2d Monday In Maj, tru.-- :m. r s.i rf-,-. ' l - :r&iZBittmBBxmm cipats in the ccnvmtlona to sleet a V sioniiay in August, ..t W .m it n. PO "W 1 W f 1U MB The Democratic TarifT bill, Trt in subsertHfn to it .'M taa you far Monday In November. b1 delegate! to the Skite Confontion 'eloquent (he lutt her patlenc. PtJLICK , knw of ..,,,-- .. otttle faith, awl flnio iiir next )'rr ' ;. "ul cr.nipulgn. "(). HVrtTFOftl) .I.kIj.o; M COl'RT. A. herein called. Mtt ot th. C. Martin, iv.wil uns newuw " " ww w tricks of your trade?" said Johnsoa. the one achievement of whl?h nv Tfco Thrice ,. Woi-l,''.- , I. Fu ' , t'l' ', ngu-)aj- r A'lcfi ,siisr-- rt riii r. t'1 taroUjr they veold be expectci to eacit ivv votwi or iracuun insvcoi I;m ,'.1., i'i tirt . ",.) AI.'.i- " ' i"'s ;s sr"".fri;it j ?'.ui thelr moB ... '. ...U...U. ftmountlHS to SO or over east (or tho tMak 1 havo lived ln--i boarding year, and this pays for 158 pai . Cltv Courc!' .1. O. Her, llmir: R. (i 1 'and eat,- was ae clumsily exacted - ,. 4, -.' l Republics c:iadidatcs for electors --.! Icon yes-rtor nominfr- c :ru ,. T. Collins, tl.,rk; J. !.'. U .m, ', ias-nro- r y i " ' LJllSb at t'" I'.--f "tlcntil II SSSVU W SWtISMIft St.o re. pers. We offer this uuequalud newseach ' lu ' "VeJL" MM Mn. of ('1 'inill- - J. '". i;tii. n if -f oi 'f r 1: u.s. ozeert in the counToo tailor was due paper and 'm UJ .. stilts tnteuded. elocttou In ('.tut A t '. '''!iI" kLouldn't he nt all ttrgH4od.M ' ICioP to crude, hasty OBMieatlde. secret which l...(i not teca ty of V --0 0 'j'":: !:.!!TFnv r.'.orii'.i.irv.v v,' H ( sMo: iie. W. II. Uurucs, C. M. . rv. ' ' i'Crowe. comleelslattv wethMo. wUf' create!' :: ; r ..: .Vl.:'";, i onl To- rl Fd"c '.!! J, II. 'ita fwteJak enfflcent ror. I' ' ".'T f, M -- i'liubiican bined .: LUntott, '1 .. '- .1 11. ' .. ftp . .. oi ooo.; W. " . ;., ' FshU, Vreas.; R. T. Cjil-Mand Progressive oiwtuiil- -' .' c.j a. TiLiii'iy, U has proven absoh' .iy th two pavers is &!.0t. ! J. D. Duke. electors lu 1H2 .Hi. to-da?: 1 ry tral , i Inadequate) for that purpose. Democratic Prosperity. ln writing the Tariff bill tho Dcm- camples of Democratic pros fOfCSftW a pOSSlblO TO- dlm ,,. t1 Innl,. .... tl.n n 1,one nt v..w ...., X'llUVCf i' duct Ion in custom receipts although ., nil ,.,,.,, , ,1 .. Ull'ilUlllltO Hill! IIIIVIUIIIUIIIEIII. (iwb I.,,,,,,. llw. iitiivil mill nif-- j nimn Tho fact Is, never ,lil not ascertain tho facts. So tho over tho country. beforo wcro times so hard, failures Income tax provision was Incorporat- so frequent, business uncertainty so C(i die hope thnt It would mako great, nor the unemployment pro- - up for miscalculations In the Tariff blcm so stupendous. i,.n. slthfiiRh tho Democrats did not All tho tariff tinkering, nil tho know and did not ascertain the facts. money manipulating, nil the business Hut. what happened when those bungling, all tho "psychological" sys- provisions went into effect? tem of "Doc" Vll3on all his public Customs receipts were millions of administration has coino to naught. dollnrs below tho amount needed Financial ruin and beggnry are from thnt source, and nt tho snmo the grim skeletons of Democratic time collections from tho Income tax prosperity (1) stalking ocr tho land, fell many millions below the amount Seems llho tho people "swapped the needed from that source. Tho off for a witch" when they evltablo result wns to leave tho Treas-trnde- d Taft for tho old "Doc" Wilson. ury without sufflccnt money for Its finds 3G,- -' needs. Democratic prosperity 000 starvlngs and charity dependents Tho falluro was caused by cnrclcss-I- n Chicago. 'ncss. Had there been conscientious, All the time tho Democratic nd- - opcn consideration of the revenue bill n ministrations wave of prosperity sufficient to enable members of launched successfully!; I) the Krcss to study and understand It, United charities of Chicago an- - tho reduction In revenue could have nounccd that It must havo $100,000, i,Cen properly safeguarded. Hut have it quickly, If It Is success- - BtCad of getting accurate Information fully to carry out Its work between an,i adequate estimates the Demo-noand Oct. 1." jcrats guessed nt It. And they guess- Instead of seeking the remedy for Cli wrong. Sullivan (Ind.) Union, the situation Instead of putting tho o workers to work on public nccessi- Tlrcl, Aching Muscles Relieved, ties instead of giving them employ- mean Hard work, ment in municlple improvements stiff, sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment instead of furnishing tho work, and lightly applied, a little quiet, nnd a living by furnishing them food and your soreness disappears like magic, municlple lodging at cost In payment -- Nothing ever helped like your the city, Chicago and tho United Sloan's Liniment. I can never thank Charities plan to relieve tho sltua- - you enough," writes one grateful tion In a very different manner usor. Stops suffering, itches and Charities enough to keep the discon- - pajng. An excellent counter-irritan- t, tent of tho unemployed mob down i,ettcr and cleaner than mustard. All below the violence pitch! O! the wis- - Druggists, 25c. Get a bottle dom of tho plutocrats! Oh, tho penetrates without rubbing. 2 glory of Democracy! Long live the laud of the free and the homo of the brave! 1 j is; In- Well, the Democratic jIj I deed tho poor man's It sure has the poor with it. Yes, VYddiHnf and It is tho laboring man's party. It has millions of unemployed to glorify tho Democratic party's lovo :or the laborers. Ha! Ha! Ha! Jan, os A. Patterson", the wheat Tvlnr- - nf P.lilrnffn. wlin rrnmhlna in tho TAPSCOTT, -- 0 d(JTu price o. hT and whQ Mafonlo Temple obtains a few million dollars, oc-- 1 cnsionally, in sordid profits, has vo'.- OWENSSORO. KY. unteercd to donate $5,000 (which he never earned) to "sweet charity " to help the poor whom he- hat rob- -' bed by the profit system ot. capital- As Professional HOTEL rv ,,, Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. practice hiH iruftslon la this and udjolulug countlon. Coniiuyorm.i Specialty. nnd Cr.julu.il Practice Will . P0WMI7 LV .WASfflNGTOH, D.C. .LOFAMERICANl bound, the Powhatan head - ; m" . .. In ft city where good hotel the Barnes Mciwjra. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. & Smith a countrymen. lilt. It it first'ln the httrti of Its Con-bee- in-a- I w The Towhalan i refined, e.x.' elusive, ami reitful. lis excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, IStti ami 11 btrceti, makes it n desirable lieadquar-tc- r for bri.lal couples, tourist parties, conventions. Schools and , colleges. The Powhatan attracts .the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, also to many points uf hiiloricat Interest, makes this hotel especially at tractive to a discriminating pub- W. 11. Darn-- n and C. B Smith uniioiiiiw that they have form-iwrui.rjlilai for nliu Binaural prac-Uc- o of law, cxcMpt criminal nnd llwr easj, Mr. Smith hulng County Attor-Ur.'- y Is proMitlwl from sucb cciiea. Mr. Iluriius will individually lu Officii accfjit such praetloo. tlartfoid Republican building, Hartford, K" T . WAtlESTIlATTON IITTHC MAI'.TIN t'lumnrll, K,r. Iliirtlonl, Kj. 3TRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. their profession ln this and djoinlug counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal I'ractlcc n Specialty. Prompt and vigorous service- - .Volttry ln office. Will practice lic over-exertio- n, The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at SI. SO. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, J2.50, $1.00 and up. Write for Icjl.let vvith map, CLIFFORD It. LEWIS. JI.iar.ser. Y ".i - J8.ll.lllllJlJ,-!1- ..-- w .e it i . Tf on XAl rtwn yf VATAl--CMv ' jl V?" ??' K"l TKAtie-M-- st for Billing Plani fjgl& 'tfEs . . . in-- iv r.-- Decorations. Funeral Designs. i :. "flCRISI Collier 1 '. - i Directory r I eo j dola-i;.:i.- ij r-.- ' oit, , ina-!- it I yyiLL you I .. . ' nr-.- o, wss . IfUl FREE szi ' J op-th- fJ "iiBurip $2.50 muuien-convcntlo- 2, --;- n rector ft 'ifSiffi SrATXK 1 -..,.,., ( I J com-mltt- Sat-urd- o U'wl-nosdn- ' ,u-.t- 't'W ('?'.. ,OT . 11 i?::iC"-- u. .'"( ii ,"n1 n - I .,-- rc, 11 1 , . :'y ' - ruf4n ly, y " ; or '.'v '"J.l v. t.. . ' . ' "tl-'i-- s t- ; '. . - ' . 1 Ohi!dja i'ren-ldentl- al r Ory OR A I nmiil . , '' - u. Children Cry for Fletcher's Tho Kind You lluvo Always Konglil,n:icl which has Iicon ........ Itl IIL'.I 1..M A... J. OL uornowio '" juirs, una. 1. nuiuu pictuil'tropcr- anil nil.wiuut i.'.t SOIHll Klll)(rvlslini Himit !;! V A ?1m. niv ,w t .1... ..!. ..,. t. All CoimtfrftdlH, Imitations nml nro lir.S 1!xilrlllllllvl lli.tf. ttri ivttli nti.l ..... I. ..,..,. il... l.....rl. ..v Infants and Chlldrcu Exrierlcnco against Uiyci-uu- it. 1 - dl&m nr-i-- -- 4 4 . "."Tr-jj.i-jjoi- :l" 1 T The AVorld Over. There are now about 1,500 Esper-nn- tl ttrltcs as follows: "I suffered for four Cnstorirt Is snlisiitufo for Onsfor Oil, Pareyears, willi womanly troubles, and during Koclctles in tho world. goric, Drops nail SooMilur Syrups. It i.j pleasant. Swoden has .100 Iron mines ami this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 contains neither Opium, IMorphlno nor other JSV.r-ot- ii! forty mines of other metals. wihstance. Its njro Is Its uamnlcc. It Uslrov T.'orni'i United States Is shipping largo while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should find allays I'Vvi'iislmc.ss. For ntoro than Uilrty years It amounts of baled hay to Europe. a'.l. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has lias Iteeit in constant use for tliu relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, nil Teething Trouble and Insurance against unemployment sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. Diarrhina. It regulates tlio Stomach and liov.-cls- , is being introduced in Uavaria. iissiiiillatfH tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomOne pound of good butter Is as Tho Chlldrcu's Panacea. Tlio aiothcr'a Friend. nutrious as 2 2 pounds of potatoes. ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Omaha wll spend $1,000,000 for Write to: soon confined lo my bed again. After AdvlsorypDFt.. Chattanooga Mellclna Co., laet' 5 Chatunooja. Tenn., for Special new Hoard of Education buildings. book, Instructions on your use nnj Ham The moat consumption of England that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment (or Waaen'trot In (lain wrppar. 5 ) Bears the Signature of In 119 pounds pcr capita annually. ' iEMj.-" Minnesota has more farmers' co- uj.'ji:j.j.AT,,.rimiiHau',:.u.sj;ar,Msgggc3T operative associations than any othWTW jty Jgr l'7.w&Tw&w';y.r'mM?xirvsWMttw;M "''nwnrMKmw'.Mwm'&M TJnW P jy W Til F F er state. tftwBS. Tho average depth of J.ho sand on .I'.sr"? the African deserts is from thirty to v& forty feet. Over half the nowspapcrs published in the world are printed in the English language. Kind You Have Always Tho Jewish population' of the THE CRNTAUn COMPANY, New YOnK CITY, United States Is 3,0S3,C74, according U.WiM: wvaamssM to thf last estimate. Mountain climbing as a sport Is on to .villch womon todav aro devot- full of life and action, filled with the lug much attention. ! urjsairia iwmiiwiii i iw yurfTTJ r i .' im mw fire of fine inspiration and followed " prmmetu nnriMirrwiT Cleveland will hold a competition by 250 short stories of adventure, 1 11,000 public school pupils to find of win maKe the city's best speller. Prisoners in Morocco must pay tho An Kaiy, Pleasant Laxntlvo. officers for their trouble In arresting d One or two of Dr. King's Now Life them and escorting them to jail. cw No lilmioy j7diJlif rills with a tumbler of water at TV f Systematic mountain climbing as iiiAdvniico nlK'ut. N'o bad, nauseating taste; no a sport began In 1SC4, when Sir AlK wsSt autiN.ao v. iielohlng gas. Gq right to bed. Walco fred Willis ascended tho Wetter-hortioti GtiMr V fc&W? Then the Family Page, a rara Editorial Page, Boys' Page, XLjr&!3i!SJ i c:itcol up In tho morning, enjoy a free, easy Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of JaXH. LowcHtNot VVIJj MKW1 bowel movement, and feel fine all Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best In the Arabian dessert the sirocco, V ti o t ory JSiApW'"i-v'd.iy. Dr. 'King's New Life Pills are or sandstorm, often digs pits 200 y minas, uie Dcst ine wona can proauce ror you anu everyone Priors f - in the home. There is no age sold by all Druggists, "C In an orlgi-'r.- foet dcop. scattering, tho sand for i'lrfll Termn A package, for 25c. Got a bottlo miles around. limn to entnusiasm tor xne Three Current Icsaes Free of Kvi aii to i Youth's Companion. enjoy this easy, pleasant no Under tho Iluslan flag there ore If ycu Co not inow "HZ COMPANION 2 enough people to popuiiito Great Brl let us sand you Three Current ljuca laxative. 2f.O . f':"IJ&S52 Times a Year mix. Incloxo ihis Coupon ultli your o-- o l&M) A ?TAft?tt tain. Germany and Franco and have request. tory Sircoi ""S'ZrZ?f not 12. A Strange Fresk. V 'TT gome left. Thoto who subscribe r.ov. rncjijr Z2 j .cow belonging to Mrs. Sunan A vTho edible birds' nosto of the Chin-ua- o srtlta C2 iisum of THE COKPAf.ION More good reading than you will !H YOUS n. ffftfl?fO for 102U, vrih receive Th'3 Companion get in any of the monthly Gentry, of Barretts Ferry, dropped a aro worth twice their weight lu Homo Calendar FRtX. magazines. calf about three weeks ago that Is in silver, the finost variety selling as :?0 ,. .. 5 "o T?;i! s!j.';i a bcr.uV'"' ..4 KtaroU riantb 41 41iut 03:a f. ci n.ul, in your iicvsry way .l , ..,. . ri .. n. .. AJl iV il'tmi w SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE it vf uoruisi ecvI(i iui wv ur hjgU g og a pound. rii ! iho ti It .'t tho j ml r..Yl coat ft that innv i.; . i .'..;t '..t. tltt'l Hfvrr lt.it i.nn', iiji- .. ua hair. Except for a tuft aJS, I YOUTH'S COMIWKIOX, iiOTH J. TWR IIARTFOIH) KI3PLT.T.1CAX A I lti vtrr .f. : i''t :', t fi,i ... "i i ... ti.'-'io tnt of hair atofthe end of its tall Us hide p.n.l "i- 'II!. '" Vjib; of K:ir(UH.0..SB6 :. t i ..)) . miii are a' t i'"t Ubfc v to mi it Iicrlt.malvo jo- a wiU; you, ONIJ VEAU ViXSX OXIA 92.75. , I .mil, ;i H r i 'Iit bili 'alu itft;k.i'ii... ciuoi i at uevout oi nair n ii nuti jubi t I, re I" .M iWt, L Tha liumblo oarthworm uns other ) wISMrMIMtt been brought from a tau yard. Savn StSd.Oa er Mara rsvnuRt uses than to be Impaled, on a book St) Unyt b Ton JW." no -- A ifn. !:t -v I! to vt (r.r.i .p tl!n .' tor bait; to tho farmer and garduer lowun rJt bjio i on t For Salo Cheap. 6f ytm u uro i'I SI l'i ttia Vi t purw 5 t. Js.t t.'iT.i t"r ,.i.";,i..-- l Uy .. it i'.jm. v.c uri.'- - - fti'H We have a 2 acre lot near Mc It is very .useful. The many ways tvt.m im ttnaicni B.nvatti'.uKr.- ILtm .mwv th.n jv J a i '.'.. f u:aDO lor U : t.oW Icr mu i l rtwitlnt oa rtenry atid Simmons mines to ofer at that this lowly form of life aerates wiJJC .hi l 1' y .'. '. tt;-- f irv mil, Wwl ilunbig Mfi!l a horrtht. A irood two 10 foot roc!., and assists in the disintegration of , , - , I I honse, c.vn cr.:ol:e hoiute and gou.' rocky soils is Interesting. 1.3 In burrowing throuch the soils Thk RkimtbLican and l4uisvilie Hom-1.veil of vater. One iuslf mile ' lioiisp Would the worms render it more porous und I . ki,rrfh n.i Bcim.-i- i r iol.. '. ..lllJIKll ull- )., luJ .,,! ;IHc ... f . j ;,.. '!'' ; ..--, . ,' iv?1. Pta.. 1.76 ''.'- " Ju, '. '. Y": ftinl t. Lo permeable to rpupp, not merely by Tuif r.iafcp-f.nS'J p!''"'" Ofo porlf.'y far'w. r.-I una k. : i ...v iti ..i..-.virtue of the air spate formed, bvt enj! en or aidrvsg. For terma . : X v.-.- :i v? .! i!:, 1.50 of the fact that the tfoi' is Tuk ItrrT'ni.TcAN ami Iloim inJ Fnnn TON, , t ,i . 'v BARNBfT t. vM'it'ifi.l i .npi .itntii, 4iu u.;i" i''1 ..j,, plnn-- J (. Siiri tv'.tti wll tl. . i! fj kept certinually In ,cntlo motion. Kjr ? Harttor 48tf -. ... 1.76 Vt!i'!;Ov.H itlAM' W.V -1W l.l. . t Rt i Mi' f.MVN anil 1 ilO unli.tUi jj ww.vv ...- ' Ar.Uii, the eoll prfsr.ini through tlio Thk lii.i'r ;: oo snippy . : "'- IFrca. o'' .vorni'-. 13 ccrotoil in n Tl-- ' II: .'I'I :?..:o sooo - rial i ... uiickcri:i? of .N Gil 4,il f'1 MT V'l t"ua I! BS CO '. nf tciuf? Rround ry et- .r , "I- - was eijfc for .fowJ" jftr."wUli r ,'..t III ,.. !. Of . l.l r, (Uir. W8.C0 i,..i; wii-i- i pi" r"'1 ntiStt stowach trciiblft" write "Mrs. Otto 'rruitloji tlirouHh t'.io Jniebtinfi". Du- - ,Tr.ir :; i i i,i. i i:i i I.U...I i.' TiV w 8 ' . 44 (firm t'if- Can! fcane'svilte, fj.hio.? "I lo' .1 w!iui,'J tl.:.t in i it 1 rM' i.i5 U .siS I4)i. rawii honu, luraj Iht. T' v.i,a li6Jt. will hiuivi.1 lu.U v pr.ysrg i'lK Tfclj urn it Oi' fiil uimually weight atiil felt so weak 'that I eV csn i. ,' ' JMHe you. writ tomr. frei; toMtuctltai. 'a' joi'i pare up hop oiJMhg xoced. ''ronsh Uij l.jdioK of worms for most 1.75 I' nn ... N A ill K cut '.: 188 StaMk BW CHICAGO A I I'. A. STABGK PIANO CO.. The il very mi-j- . friend told me aatC'PiMPbrtafn'.-rahltl.oO .'"i'I I'l'tn vAniSwa bottlr.". NrM- - I ( leu Womuii Ki,ftber. worms brer. the la oxygen '"iiy Ji;. j i i.'( Mt:git: lVH. ljLZll..'JltaJ-iil-l-l- ..' Jl of thc-- I li'vc lo?n a well M an." ;nd exhale carlion dloslae,and tiro '" l.oO .m cvo:ywhi-re.- . ".r pas .m; U well known, readily TlfK RU'i'lU.U'A and Cini'il'.:tl Weekly iAlijUIft ' T ,rl, t, OhtS''! S filfX ' :,laA in 'n.r.1. o DIl'v-:-n .......... .v.... Villi ,ICUVlI H. .... l ,m .. iik iiEi'iT.i.irAvuuii Wfi Ivlvlnier (Mviinani n i ill-- . ' i.-t .lUtl'JU lllUk i . (,ulti ivii!.'nt that durthj; !! It cvrtiis and metallic oxides, iron lor v cj io broiicUt about by Gormrm:- ; uuia.t?e, golrblo. I ri .ai" f An r subui?rlii0 rollcv president Wibon I" 'i VJv1' h:is not sor.L'bt the counsel or Ir. . HuMuirdV Receipt. r In a stnto-lrti'iUrj jn, r.''iretary ox r;iU . . lnd said rt'5S BVhert i u r iuiMliUei! rrcfintly Mr. Hr;'; ..' viS'; fons-r.tpa physician and ner- - j v7 h !.' thnt lift had not tglliod to tii- nevor I a sic?: an hour In his life. Ho i 1'., l'ri.Ulciit coneornlni the Li'Mt-., THE five UouKht t, rir.a oiight to live IditustiT. Ab Mr- .Wilson. In .XaGre..?''- LI-VERSEWING ,. , ; said he was coneldfi i; ., t'mCH the length of time ha spends MA ' ... l 20 years. M !ihe ((ixion deliberately, it won d ronchinf! maturity, which OF 9 I. Iseom tf't the ojdmlr.lstratlen'u pull-le- That would wake us all 100 years QUALITY.' for' HWng Tiis Ib bclns shaped without Mr. lirj-- j old at death. . ' . .A'.a:" Vtv Lives1 a hundred years lu'thU: '. "I H all's Ndvire. rv- cute", ii ii'. u first Doep breit'ninc In the open nipmbor of the cabinet Mr. Wj ri:.fl' As a ..j..-.- i . i Mki.ji M NOT Bryan took part' in a discussion oil air, with your mouth closed. . ? -'.,, ; ., SOLD fjeeouJ Moderation .i .......' ... -- .V. i.uo.. .1 I I i I eattugM In I ,c v., f j. jilio pvoiil. rn that confronts the gov-- ; UNDER eminent. However, there seems t !' simple dlhhea; FMrliorlre: eat fruit ANY iJild-,-V:--- w J h.:: ' i'ut every day. especially, bananas. reason for the announcou'ent OTHER .'. .fc at least two hours ' NAME. President Wilson is formula Hug bin Feelirijeht nil the time. Don't la;- - off indlcati.-- . la the open each day. walking, workown Jrolicy. The sltuatlou from work for days by taking calomel keeps yo ing in the garden, playing with the whon pleasant WARRANTED FOR that in otnclnl circles Bryan is ' on your feet, while rcliovingypurtvjuh. of children. vrtll honorary Etecretary an Uyou purohate t1. .NWV JIOM1! yiu easy to take. Don t lo. Pmirth Sleep olght hours in n linvo a life iwst ot tli pn.e you ay, ana will tako Safer too, and You can t aU jt1 state ami thnt ho l not doing the inything ds rogm. nut luvoau uuUleclulnotriiiulni. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses syswork that gonerally falls on one In lUorouglily ventilated natjpitth Drink all tho water lo- tem und rcliovcs constipation. A su-- 3 that position. Quality ural remedy, natural in ju action, ovory other great crisis of twaon mouls you caro to. rcsuu V la in its offect and certain in Vtr-La- x i. It Sixth Don't bother to forgivo Considercii -will Aiuorlcqn history tho Tresldout lias won't? bo long before 1V- o completely ilUplaco calomel in evert liad tin1 counsel of a secretary of your friends; Just foryet thorn. it a the home. Children can tako it freely ac Seventh Koop busy. It is a beau stnto who has boon a master of Inter with perfect eafety. Every bottla K Cheapest of diplo- tlful world and wo must and will i 60o and ?1 in bottles. Nona national law and a student - and can lcavo it moro beautiful thun in the end macy. In this crisis President Wllrenuino without the likeness andbsl;na turo of L. K. GriKsby. For bulo edii ocupies tho lonesome position of we found it. to buy. Llfetimo experience with best of woiktoon, ami can. oo , . i. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. . .... ir..1ir....i jpiif who must do the thinking and . f or the nil-- ! refeyonco (leaned, uuu mo uu juuiumu you wiuit a sewing maclilno, write for givo uny If tnko the responsibility our latest catulotiue before you purcUiu. ministration's policy. Some, of lr. ox addross mo tit Hartford, FOR FLETCHER'S Mill Co., 'plo;o( "'! n ,pwj rcuirdf Tha New Horns Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Miss. Aryan's Washington friends bellcva 1'IIU. Is It IMho has beeu slighted in the present What Is CASTOR1A a lmrmloss It genuine CASTOR A always Su s&s) 1 y xJrt Jr &&&& C&S&&& 3D In Use For Over Years The Bought fI ' Piano JJ MrWm K-.;- TarllT Revenue Cut. Tho ilcclalon of tho Customs Court thnt tho ','(' Pcr ccnl differential" clausd-oTthUnderwood tariff, pro- vldlng a rebate of duties on incrchan- dlso carried In American bottoms, Is valid, but that tho samo robato must be Riven where tho morchandlso was ' carried In tho vessel of any "favored nation," Insures a rovlslon of tho About all tho nations haying j tariff. ships aro "favored," under oxlstlng treaties. Ilcnco tho decision prac-- I tlcally means a horizontal cut of f per cent on all duties. How tho court arrives nt cusli a conclusion Is ..as mysterious as how tho Treasury Department came to suspend the differential claiiso on account of tho "favored nation" treaties In tho first place. It Is posslblo that tho will bo reversed by tho Su premo Court of tho United States. On tho other hand, It may bo upheld, for tho mid It may be necessary treasury to refund something HUo 15,000,000 In customs heretofore collected. With tho treasury general balance reduced to 515,000,000, with the expenditures tho greatest In the hls- Itory of tho i;overnment, with tho war tax mid the Income tnx failing to meet expectations, and with tho lopping oft of millions of duties on sugar In prospect, the nation's fiscal affairs woro lu a bad way boforc thl3 decisIt will bo necessary to devlso ion. some way of raising Immediate rov-cnand It Is almost cortaln that the tariff 'will be revised. It Is safe to conjecture that the sugar schedule I will bo changed. In fact, the pro- bnbllity of that particular revision was seen several months ago. Tho Unite of the treasury will bc.the ex-- I ctiso, but other motives will be minAlthough stoutly lnslst-lu- g gled. thnt a Protective tariff Is un- icoiistltutional.our Democratic inentis when they do reopen tho tariff, "will not go out of their way to prevent any schedule furnishing Incidental protection. ' ' mnttor, but tho friends of tho President disclaim any such Intention. Tho fact of tho whole business Is that Mr. Hrynn Is not equipped for tho po- ' 8U10" secretary 01 mate, ouncr ny experience or tompcrament. Mr. ryn ' preacher, a leader of men, nn1 " Possesses tho gift of olo- nuencc. Diplomacy calls for a differ ent business. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Eullock Gave Up in Despair. CASTOR En Always bears the Signature of IA For Infants and Children Husband had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I ed I com-menc- Use For Over 30 Years C4a&ffi&cSttsZi "& Catron, Cxa2 to Rescue. taking it. From the very first Ky.ln an interesting letter Mrs. Bettie Bullock from this place, dose, I could fell it W2s helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing all ;y work." If you are all run down from womanly trouble's, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic, it lias helped - ISS - Sen x i .'.l... T&m: Bra . MtYOUTHS ccIMPANIONI Better Than Ever in 1915 i M?i V fm n. !P 9 aw u-4- t T' n al si 'r'J' r:iV: liltei mamim Tim mm&m i to-d- mm& - Ena?B?,TTHaH han&& i . -. ' ! Hny tu5 . zmnm - J I ttj-i- i - ;.) n-- 'r - X rKir.f-!vr.-;.i:.- OUR CLUBBING RATES. . RKi-Tflf.cA- j 5r6t. 1 '1 i f. . , mi-- . -- , . t liTi u rasn rer-rtion- . i.-.- ,,, ' B; ) - ' .n 'i i H-h- - . SW8pislW t. pmsr t?' rcn2 J7'tum!-x J j.'.g-l- !. c .": tj it..n" i j 11 .- . - AcLucss aii Jurs TKC'REPUBLICA'U USE j r.i:!-har- - api.'':!"-(Blattmont- m gc7.v.apT: '.l-.fil- ", e ' '''. -. .. -- i -' - . ' . . and For Lazy the Troubles of Constipation. .fo-V- j .7?.rrir." e. moss Itho's. Decorator and Plasterer, Contractor. ', n.n 6''''AJ''Jt K. Thirii-r-Bxercl- se con-uider- ALL-TIM- i v.ir-nnte- Children Ory fmSBl CASTORIA - 11 '0S L?mLm, twmn imw Kentucky Rural Credit Association Prewident GOVERNOR JAIVIES E3. f McCREARY, v The organizers of Ohio County wish to announce to the farmers of this county that they have a few memberships left for this county in this Association and same have been placed with Messrs. W. H. Park and R. T. Collins. See these gentlemen before it is too late to become a member. C. M. DERR & SON, tbo known that the note had not been LATEST WAR NEWS subjected to an hour's unnecessary delay. Special agents of the United States have by their investigation corroborated in every detail the Monday. The Dardanelles. An advance of statement made in the first Amerifive hundred yards along a front of can note that the Lusltania was not nearly three miles in which two lines armed. of Turkish trenches on the Galllpoll France. To the north of the Peninsula were taken by the Allies, is reported in London and Paris. The Alsne 2,000 Germans have been killfighting was a most sanguinary char- ed in an endeavor to take from the acter, position after position being French two lines of trenches which taken by the allied troops and then were captured Sunday. In addition reverting to the Turks in furious 250 prisoners and six machine guns counter attacks. Allied battleships, were captured, while many other cruisers and destroyers aided their machine guns were found under the land lorces in capturing the Turkish ruins. positions. United States. President Wilson's not to Germany will be cabled to Berlin tonight Ambassador Gerard reason for or early delay, it was said, was the Presidents desire to make the phraseology of the note so explicit and unmistakable as to leave no room for argument concerning the position of the United States that the right of visit and search must be exercised and passengers and crews of unarmed ships transferred to places of safety beThe before any prize is destroyed. lief is constantly expressed in German quarters that the crisis over the Lusltania case has passed. plaining his reasons for" leaving the" Cabinet and announcing that he intended to lay his view of what the American policy toward Germany should be before the public for No decision has been reached President Wilson as to the choice by of to Mr. Bryan as Secrej Representatives rx ld 9lSM9999lSSSS9fMfiSSSS999SS9fiWif9999SS9S9S999Sfi9iS999SS9iSS9SSSfW RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY ORGANIZED MINERS England. The Turkish gunboat Marmaris was sunk and the Turkish transport Mosul captured by the British In the Persian Gulf. The Ministry of Munitions bill was passed by the House of Lords and received royal assent. It was announced that Africa. The British in Africa the British casualties have amounted have driven out with heavy casual- to more than 250,000 men, not Inties the Germans from Sphlnshnven, cluding naval losses. on Lake Nyassa, and sunk in the lake Russia. The battles In Gallcia the German armed merchantman hold the center of the stage. The Herman von Wlssmann. of capture by the Austro-GermaStanlslaw shows that the offensive against the Russian left has-be- en Wednesday. England. successful. Reginald A. J. Warne-forthe Canadian flier, who destroyOrder to Cut Your Weed. ed a Zeppelin near Ghent, has been against There is an ordinance Mesopotamia. In the taking of complimented by King George for Amara, on the Tigris River, in As his daring and awarded the Victoria people allowing weeds to grow in iatic Turkey, the British received the Cross, Great Britain's highest award front of their premises in Hartford. All citizens are hereby warned to surrender of the Governor and some for valor. Sir John French, the British comma- observe this ordinance and cut their thirty officers and about 700 soldiers. reports that the weeds at once, and also clean up In all that district the British took nder-in-chief, prisoners more than 2,000 men. British have brought down two Ger- - their premises. O T. O'BANNON, Marshal. man aeroplanes on the Western. 4 6t4 Italy. The Italian navpl forces line. A Brilliant Class. have carried out several operations Teacher (to class in geography) ' o against the Austrian coast points In Austria. An aeroplane has "What is the coldest country in middle and lower Adriatic. They tacked and destroyed an Italian riglble airship, and another Austrian the world?" cut the cable connecting the Precocious Pupil "Chile." machine has dropped Dalmatian archipelago to the con-- . heavler-than-a- ir "Where do the mules come from?' - bombs on Venice, on a balloon shed tlnent and destroyed by bombard"Brazil." Farm For Sale. inents the lighthouses and lookout at Murano, near Venice, and on an Eighty acres of good land contain"In what land do they make ladles' torpedo boat destroyer. In atatiocs of the islands. Monfalcone Italian shoes?" ing dwelling, barn and other outtlso has received attention from tor-- the Gallcian sector the Austro-Ger-ped- o "Morocco." w- - i. - mans are keeping up their drive of buildings, situated on Hartford and boat destroyers, and the rail"Where do they fry things?" way between Cattaro and Ragusa, in the Russians eastward. Advancing Rockport road. Well and spring on "In Greece." troa Przemysl the German forces Dalmatla, has been bombardd'and farm. Church and schoolhouse near. "And whence comes our queens-ware' ihave reached Lubacow, which Iie3 damaged. For price, terms, etc., call or address 'forty in' A northeast of the recap- "From China." BARNETT & SON, Agts. France. The gains on the West - tured Austrian fortress. , .. "In what country are the people 34tf ! J ..- T Hartford, Ky. via iraai ciuimeu uy runs arc uu we Germany. Berlin asserts that an most earnest?" scctioa north of Arras and at Neu-vlll- o, "Zealand." where trenches to the south of allied attack on the southren slope Talking Sense. "That'll do! the class Is distho "Labyrinth" have been taken, of the Lorette hills failed; that anoth The biggest figure In the present Chicago Ledger. and to the north of the Alsne, where, er offensive south of Neuvllle was missed." national administration is LIndley M. a bombardment, two successive checked by German arltllery and that after Garrison, secretary of war. Ho does Negro Lynched Near Princeton. lines of trenches and several German in the region east of Hebuterne the Princeton, Ky., June . Arthur not talk as often as Redfield, or as fighting continues. works were captured and counter-attack- s Bell, a negro, was taken from the eloquently as Bryan, but when he repulsed. county JallTiero last night by a mob does'speak, ho says something worth Positions captured from France. of masked men and taken to the while. Russia Tho Germans assert that the Germans In the region of Notre city limits in East Princeton and "The real problem of national detbey end their Austrian allies have Dame de Lorette have been consoli- hanged. fense is how to get the peoplo of this made good progress against the Rus- dated, additional houses occupied by Bell was irrested In HopkinsviUe country to look the facts squarely in sians in Gallcia, taking from them the Germans at Neuvllle St. Vaast last Saturday and brought to jail the ftvce." Secretary of War LIndley numenus positions and capturing have been captured, and a gain along here on the charge of having broken M. Garrison told the pacifists gathera front of about 1,200 meters has large numbers of men and guns. into tho home of K. R. Cummins, can- ed at Lake Mohonk, New York. been made to the south of Hebuterne "Turning aside won't do it it will didate for the Democratic nominaEngland. Five more British according to Paris. tion for Representative, and stealing not only prevent the calamity, but trawlers hftvo been sent to the bot- several valuable articles. After be- more disastrous to make its efforts torn submarines. Thursday. ing placed in jail here, Mrs. B. Bran more disastrous It and when it does United States. In the American don, who lives two miles east of come. Tuetday. note forwarded to Berlin yesterday Princeton, came to the jail and iden "No sound reason can be adduced Zeppelin dirigible, tne demand for reparation tor the tilled him aB the negro who attempt- whjch would Justify a sane man in IlclRlum.r-A- A manned by ajcrew of twenty-eig.death of the Americans aboard the ed to assault her last Friday, morn- concluded that Isolation alone spells and thought to be returning from a Lusltania Is reiterated, and Germany ing. safety. raid on the east coast of England, is informed that it must signify at "Nor can sure reliance be placed consisted of about forty The mob has been blown up In Belgian terri- an early date its intention to adhere mea and tney went to tho Jail and ltnnn mir lnrk nf np?rpnnlvA Inten tory. Tho feat was accomplished to the rules of international law. demanded tho jailer open the doors tion, our freedom from covetousness. I with a monoplane driven by a youth- - granting neutrals the right of ate and show them Arthur Bell which he or our tendency toward righteousful Canadian aviator R. A. J. War-- ! passage on the high seas did. Bell gave his home as darks-vlll- e, ness. t, As soon as the German note had neford who has been on the pro- without which man Tenn. bationary list as a in been dispatched President Wilson be- is an invertebrate animal, requires i gan the preparation of t a note to . Form, Near whltesville, For Sale. that we should be prepared to prothe Royal Navy. Great Britain, declaring that the Wo have listed with us a good 108 tect that which we cherish, which miles South of not only includes our material posUnited States. The note of the blockade of neutral ports by Eng- - acre farm 4 Whltesville, about half of It bottom sessions, but that intangible someUnited States to the German Govern- - land must cease. thing which makes us a distinctive ment concerning submarine warfare' William J. Bryan retired as Sec- - land, and forty acres in timber the slnklug of tho Lusltania has retary of State yesterday before the eluding 58 gum, besides various other nation in the eyes of the world. Hideous as is the face ofwar, not been cabled, and may not be sent American note had been cabled to trees. No buildings. See us for abhorrent as are the evils ponjeq'uent beforo tho Cabinet again considers Berlin, and his first act as a private prices upon. It, Its results In the long run BARNETT & SON, Agents. the draft. President Wilson let it citizen was to Issue a t tatemeat ex- d, at-thdi-ha- ve y ?" Itaiy. Tne Italians, according to Vienna, seem to be pushing forward with strong forces against the Ison-z- o River front. In this southern theater the Austrians declare their troops have been successful in several minor engagements. a successor tary of State. The opinion was expressed that Robert Lansing who was commissioned ad interim, would be given the permanent appointment. The news of the resignation became known in Germany at noon yesterday and caused a deep stir. Newspapers were ordered not to comment on the resignation. In London the resignation overshadowed all war news. Call On AH Kinds Organized Law-.- ,. Labor Suppress lessness. Central City, Ky., June 8 The United Mine Workers of America of this district have gone on record as being unalterably opposed to the fighting of the battles of labor by deeds of violenco aud call upon all friends of union labor to desist from such acts and pronounce them in direct conflict with the Interests of organized labor. Such was the substance of a resolution drawn and signed by the officers of the Muhlenberg county local, at the Instigation of the members of the organization assembled in called meeting at Greenville on Saturday. It was felt to be necessary by the large body of law abiding miners In view of the charges that had been made the bands of masked and armed men that were riding at night to the homes of people whom they whipped, beat terrorized and otherwise mistreated, were made up wholly or In part of members of the miners' union. The resolution further states: ".Be it further resolved that it is the duty of every miner to guard the peace and happiness of his wife and children by standing always for an orderly and legal mode of securing his rights and redressing his wrongs and that the United Mine Workers of America, if they wish to maintain the organization, which has brought so many benefits to those who have worked in the mines, must stand tor law and order and the exact fulfillment of all its contracts." can not bo so fatal to a nation as" incurred and a reasonable attor-woutho failure of that nation to'noy's fee for plaintiff. I will offer courageously and fearlessly ascertain for salo by public auction at tho Its duty mid do It. court houBO door In Hartford on "Wo aro surely not so deluded as Monday, tho 7th day of June, 19 1C, to bcllcvo that we can reach by In- about ono o'clock p. m upon a tuition what others can only acquire credit of six and twclvo months, tho by training and experiences. We aro following described property, surely not so sacrellglous or IrreverBeing a tract of parcel land in ent as to believe that Providence has Ohio County, Kentucky, bounded unjustly discriminated In our favor and described as follows: and against the other peoples of the On the North by the Innds of Babworld. bitt; on tho West by tho lands of "American Institutions aro tho Calloway; on tho South by tho lands very Ark of tho Covenant; and if wo of Virgo Renfrow, nnd on the East are worthy to possess them, wo must by tho lands of Sara Smallwood, show that we cherish them and will containing about 84 acres, and protect and defend them. which land was inherited by deccd ent from his father nnd was In tho Administrators Notice. possession of decedent at the tlmo All persons having claims against of his death and has been in tho tho estate of A. B. Leach, deceased actual possession of decedent conare hereby notified to present thorn tinuously for more thnn 25 years. to he properly proven on or beforo In making tho sale ordered I will July 1, 1915, or they will bo barred. first sell all of said land subject to ALBERT LEACH, Adm'r, tho widow's homestead and If It 4St3 Beaver Dam, Ky. does not bring a sufficient amount . to pay tho debts of decedent and tho A Sage Clerk. costs of this action, thon I will sell Tho other day a dairy company's 20 acres outright , which clerk was called to the telophonc. A tract Is bounded and described as woman's voice was heard. follows: "This is Mrs. Nixon." she said. "I Beginning at Mrs. Harriet Babwant to know if your cows aro con- bitt's west corner; thence West to tented?" Ike Brown's corner, a beech; thenco "Wha-a-t?- " asked the amazed with Brown's lino North, so as to clerk. Include enough to make 20 acres on She repeated tho question. the south end of Ben. Neighbor's "I seo that your rivals advertise land, and being a part of the abovo that their cows are contented," she tract of land described herein. said. "I shall begin to take their milk The purchaser will bo required to smod .mo ibui pojnssn tan i 833tin execute bond with approved security are all happy." Immediately after salo. The clerk begged hor to hold the This 14th day of May, 1915. phone a moment. Then ho went ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD, away and gnawed a corner oft his 46t3 Master Commissioner. desk. When he got his voice under Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. control he returned to the phone. "I've Just been looking up the books, mum," said he, "and I am happy to say we have not received a complaint from a single cow." r Operated by Master Commissioner' Bale. Ohio 'Circuit Court, Kentucky. C. M. Barnett, Admr.. of the estate of Ben Neighbors, deceased, Pl'ff. Under New Management to-w- lt: 20-ac- ro v ' , Planters House Planters Hotel Company vs. .!,. -. - Bell Neighbors, et al Defendants. T. QUISENBERRY. By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Rates 91.00, $1.23 and H1.50 per Day Court rendered at the October Meals 25 Ceats. term, 1914, in the above cause, for Best in the city for the money. the purpose of paying the debts of decedent and dividing the remain Special attention to the traveling der, if any, among tho defendants as public. their respective interests may appear, after paying tho costs herein OWENSBORO.KY. S I Will Install t at Absolute Cost B B 5 J The first bath room for which Jvum Riven contract, provided same is made within the next month. If in need of other build- ing material see me. S H 3V' PAUL WOODWARD, Contractor j ht I WHAT 1 CENT WILL DO! 1 ' "Self-respec- nt A postal costing ono cent, might save you some good money on Building material this year, by bringing to you our prices on anything you may need in this line. Let us uote you our price on Lumber, Builders Hardware, Roofing, either Metal, Felt or Shingles, Paints or Wire Fence. We will quote you price Freight paid to your railroad Station. Write for prices. fn-a- nd FORDSVILLE PLANING Mar. Jakt WIIon, Incorporated ' HILL COMPANY PORDVIL,LB, KY. .J c jt-- t'