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Washington, Its inadequate) tarl'.T Inw en power, to repent such laws, to drunken men and sailors. I some times think the United States of nud Its war lax In times of. puace, nbollsh superfluous o dices and reduce ACTION URGED ON which hare resulted In tho cloftliig of tho cost of administration to the America ought to be added to tho factories, the stagnation of business least possible point consistent with list of those who are under His esNATION'S DEFNSE pecial guidance. UNIT r.'id tho enforced li.lu.ess o: mil nn economical and efficient system TO BRING PEACE of government. lions of workmen "I believe wo ought to have a reg- lar army, adequate to make a first Second Wediwatwi the rerftitrUt- Thirteenth Realizing tho impor-tanc- o line and to give us a breathlnir snell Inir nf Ifonliirkv ! I.ii'UIiiHvc 4 to the State of the prosperity j-i of the farmers, wc heartily approve Military And Naval Power within which to organize out of our, Morrow Is universal Choice tor'ai. conBresSi.:n:u chief Plank of Platform Dlrtrlcts. which shall rive equal r"f of their legal efforts to secure betiiiubniiiuciii uiuieriui an army wnicn Inadequate. would be sufficient. rifcntatlon and c mil '.cling pjwer .o ter prices for the products of their For Governor. Lowell's Suggestion. citizen of o iv district In con farms, and pledge ourselves to as- llreathitt Man K11N Daughter. formity with tho plain requirements slst them in all legal ways. Jackson, Ky June 15. Breathitt Fourteenth For economic, as well National Security League Asks RenublicanOratonsFlav Wilson's "' the constltut' '., and not ns nt county has been tho scene of four Taft To Outline Purposes and' present In flagrant violation thereof: as humane, reasons, wo recommend killings since Saturday and one arWilson to Take Matter Up Policy and Indict State Regime Primary Imw Appeal, Demand. that the State of Kentucky underPreside Over Con- rest has' been made. Third Wc detutind the appeal of take to supplement and later to con- With Germany. For Extravagance. Sam Landrurn was found dead near tho present infamous primary law tlnue the work of the United States ferenca. tho home of Carl Ealey at Quicksand formed for the purpose of preventing Public Health Service for the pre- with two bullet holes in his head ventlon of blindness from trachoma, , freedom of choice to the voters and New York, June 15. A resolution and body. Ealey gave himself up to Lexington, Ky Philadelphia. June 13. Announca June 15. The favor tho enactment of a law which a communicable and painful disease nloption of a platform Indorsing tho shall permit party nominations for of the eye, from which, the last con- - introduced by Mayor Curley of Bos- tho officials Family troubles are ment has been made tnnisnt hv county unit law and providing for Judicial offices without regard to the sus report shows that 33,000 per- - ton, appealing to President Wilson to said to have been responsible for the National Provisional Committee of tlic submission of tho woman suf- - party affiliation of tho candidates, so sons arc suffering in a single section call tho 'attention of Congress to shooting, Ono Hundred and Thirteen, which 'the pressing need of prompt and effrugo question to tho voters of Ken- - that tho judicary may be chosen on ,of the State. Marion Sloan shot and killed his is in charge of the League, of Peace Fifteenth Wo call attention to ficient action" with regard to the na- eighteen-year-ol- d tucky, tho dramatic withdrawal of nonpartisan grounds, and tho con- daughter at their conference, to be held here next Dr. lion Turner, of Louisville, from ' tlnuance In office of Judicial public the vast resources of our State as tional defense, was unanimously home In the county some miles from Thurffday, of the completion of its Sloan, it is charged, had programme. On the night precedtliu gubernatorial race, was one of servants may be determined by no yet undeveloped, and Invite capital adopted today by the delegates to Jackson. tho outstanding features of the He- - other Qualifications than that of fit- - and labor into the State to develop the Peace and Preparedness Confer been abusing his daughter, and she ing the conference former President- ence of the National Security League. went to Jackson to procure a warrant William H. Taft will deliver publican Stuto convention, which nd- - ness. Wo favor amendments to State such resources. The Massachusetts delegates reserving Expressly at for his arrest. When she returned he Sixteenth hero at 10:30 o'clock to- - laws permitting and encouraging at a dinner and ls expected to Journed night, after a session remarknblo in Joint nominations of the same can- - the right of all Republicans to vote first proposed that a special session met her In the yard and shot her outline what he regards as a practimany respects. dldate by the different parties. Wo upon the question of woman suffrage be demanded to consider what they down. She was holding her baby In cal plan for an alliance of all thfr Tho withdrawal of Dr. Turner at demand the repeal of the law provld- - ns they see flt. we favor the adoption termed the unprepared state of the her arms when the shot was fifed, great powers with a view to enforcing certificates by the next General Assembly of a country, but such action was deem- but the child was uninjured. Sloan peace. Other speakers at the dintho eleventh hour was a complete ing for registration escaped, but bloodhounds are on his ner will be Hamilton Holt, editor of .surprise, even to those In best posl- - Imposed upon the State by the Demo- - J resolution submitting this question ed Inadvisable and was abandoned. The preamble to the resolution trail. tlon to nnticlpato developments. Aft- - cratlc party for immoral political pur- - to the people for decision at the elec- the Independent; former Judge-Georgread. In part, as follows: A report comes from a remote secr tho business of the session hnd poses, whereby votes in Kentucky tlon of November 1917.. Gray, of Delaware, and OsWar Liable To Come. The Republican parSeventeenth tion of Breathitt county that two of car S. Straus. been completed, a motion to adjourn have become negotiable Instruments, ty in Kentucky is responsible and "Events of the past year have the Strong boys were killed in a genwas suspended in order to give Dr. passing by delivery. Prof. Taft will preside at the conthe fact that war, no eral fight near their home, but par- ference which will be held in Indeprivilege of tho floor. pub- - ' deserves tho credit for the county Ilruner the Fourth We demand that the Tho Louisville man, who had led uc schools of the State shall be tak- - untt ,aw- - In 1907 we declared defl- - matter how greatly it may be de- ticulars ot the killing have not been pendence Hall. The general discusan unsuccessful fight to have a plank en and kept entirely out of politics 'nltely for the local option law with plored, may suddenly and unexpect- received. The Strongs are members sion of proposals will be preceded by n tl,e county as the governing unit, edly occur, notwithstanding the ex- of a In- - and that the interest tond welfare family. Indorsing national prohibition fqrmal addresses by, Theodore Marin tho platform, in a very 0f the children shalt haye first co- n- In 1911 we again declared for the istence of treaties of peace and unity burg, of Baltimore, former United sertod Maccabee Decoration. brief speech announced that ho had slderation In all public school mat- - county unit law in accordance with and they have shown that nations States. Minister to Belgium; John We now declare unprepared have paid and are pay- decided to "step aside" In favor of tars. Wa call for better. schools and the Constitution. The Knights ot the Maccabees car Grier Hlbbeh, president of Princeton ts to the, Ing the price of their lack of Mr. Morrow. He pledged his best schoolhou'ses, for longer school, terms the continued adherence, ried out one of the most beautiful University; John Bassett Moore, John to help assure his recent rl- - in the country and bettor pay for the county unit law of Kentucky, and 'sight. The reports of our military and impressive duties of fraternaljsm Bates Clark, James M. Beck and Edto Its strict and rigMnnd naval experts have made it clear last Sunday when a large portion ot ward Fllene, representing the ChamvaPs eki.Uon in November. We also fayor extending pledge-ourselvteachers. graceful statement the aid of the State to its instltu- - ld enforcement and we favor the that the defensive forces of the coun- - their members marched out to Oak-wo- ber of Commerce Dr. Bruncr'a ot the United adoption of such amendments there- - try are inadequate for the proper was followed by a tumult of appre- tlons for higher education. . cemetery and decorated the States. as mar D0 necessary to make It protection of our coasts, to enable graves of the .following doceased ciative applause The .delegates roso Scope of Conference. Flftl, Thcro should be complete our GoVernment toll maintain its ac brothers: D. E. Thomas, AfiSf Bar-net- t, A statement regarding the scopo from their seats as If by prearrange-men- t publicity concerning the expenditure effective beyond question cepted policies, 'to fulfill obligations and stormed the stage, swarm- of money for political campaigns, Rev. T, V. Joiner, Wayno Grif- .of the conference was given out td- - , ing about the speaker. Some of tho and a law should be passed for the Alleged Possum Hunters Indicted. to other states and to exert in the fin, Henry Martin and Will Plrtle. night by the Provisional Committee. Fourteen of the fliteen defendants adjustment of International questions The ladles of the Maccabees alBO took It follows: mire demonstrative even embraced accounting by candidates and cam- hlui. 'plgn mangers, of all sums of money who were arrested on the 4th lnst. the Influence to which the republic part and decorated the graves of Mrs. "The step taken by former PresI-- . ' collected for political purposes. and arraigned before Judge Jno. B. is entitled. Cassle Riley Hilliard and Miss Carrie dent Taft, President; Lowell, of HarMorrow Unanimous Choice. The resolution Itself urged that Woerner. Sixth We demand the enactment Wilson, charged with wilfully, un- vard; Theodore Marburg and others Tho happenings of the convention ,. . .a .i .11.. auu rAinnu..lM .A.fAjAM,. - tfin Preafrlpnt hft nnnpfllArl tn pflll thft l The speeches by Mr. A. D. Kirk and in calling this convention was not for iciu...uuo.j law ProviainK lor Diparusan iun are generally regarded as a complete ot early attention of Congress to "the E. M. Woodward were beautifully the purpose of merely discussing varIndorsement of the candidacy of Mr. control ot the penal and charitable Ing and banding themselves togeth - delivered and their impression was """ ' -ious phases of the peace question, gubernatorial noml- - institutions and for the abolition ot er wun eacu ouier ana wu ow er action.' Morrow for the purpose auu wun deep. but to start a new movement along' natlon Thoy left no doubt that he contract convict labor.and we indorse- persons lor me Intimidating, alarm- Army And Navy Men Speak. The grave of Mr. Almond Tlnsley thorougly practical lines, by which Is almost the unanimous choice of tlie constitutional amendment provld- the Intention of nvlct labor on the public ing. disturbing and Injuring other The resolution was adopted at an was decorated by a special commit- a new alliance of the Great Powers tho delegates here, and his nomlna - '" 'or according to the best Informed ! "ads and highways. Insofar as the persons, .were, at the conclusion of executive session following a lun- tee who went to Alexander in a may be brought about, the United lion, States to make the Initial move. Republicans. Is a foregone conclu- -' s"me mav bo uone without Injury to the evidence before Judge Wilson cheon In an uptown hotel, which car. last Saturday afternoon, held to an- - more than a thousand persons atfree or organized labor. It ls on such occasions as this that "In the various gatherings In , 8lon swer to the grand Jury which con- - tended. The speakers were George we get a better understanding ot which the plan as it finally took ti',., i Indorse Good Roads Movement, ho nniiM Hint sovenm itemizing tne inuuence vened la Hartford last Monday. Von If. Meyer, former Secretary of what lt means to be a member ot form was discussed, all Utopian Dr. Ben Bruner will bo "slated" for Tho following five were held un- tho Navy; Luke E. Wright, former such a noble order. ol Sod roads on thee economic, edu-o- f Ideas were cast aside, and only the nomination of State Auditor, but M. Secretary of principles ot internationWar: MaJ. George Havcourse no substantiation or this catlonal. social and religious develop-ca- n der $300 bond each, viz.: F. ment of "e state we PledBe our Allen, "Herman Render, Henry Ad- - en Putnam and Fredrick R. Coudert. Candidates Sign Agreement. al! procedure, such as underlye hisIt Is more likely be obtained. Morris Hartford, Ky., Junel4, 1915. We toric agreements between nations, that nn attempt will bo made to In- - 8olv09 tllat tho Present law. Intro- dlngtn, Jamesremaining and Clarenco Mr. Right said in part nine (Ray "We have seen the well establish- the undersigned candidates for the were considered. duce him to get Into the contest for duceu " a Republican, authorizing Morris. The o au. 8"" carried out anu Faught having been released) were ed rules of international law, as ap- Republican nomination tor Clerk of It was for this reason that Presiff.loiifnnnnt fiovprnnr. held to answer in the sum of plied to blockades and the rights of the Ohio Circuit Court before the dent Lowell proposed what has been the building of pormnent highways I ,innnprted feature of Th - $100 each and permitted to go on neutrals. disregarded by two of the Primary which is to bo held in the regarded as the main feature of the tho platform was the inclusion of thruout the State by a system guaranteeing to the people an honest expen- - "'Wr own recognizance, viz.: Charles . great belligerent Powers. It be- - various precincts ot Ohio County on plan, that the signatory Powers thf woman siiffracp nlank. Suffra- - Overton, Dr. J. L. Smith, Marvin hooves us, the men and women ot Saturday the 7th. day ot August, shall jointly use their military forRtR of tho Rtntn owe this recoenl- - dlture of their money, shall be ent'.verly, Claude Allen, J. B. Swain, America, to see it this bloody tragedy 1915, do hereby covenant and agree ces to prevent any one ot their numcourageu. tlon to tho committee from tho Ken- - ' Eighth We favor further leglsla-whlc- h David Oldham, Jr., Marlon Balls, which is being played before our eyes among ourselves as follows: ber beginning hostilities pending tho tucky Federation of Women's Clubs, and Lafe Myers. uoea not cn,. t,on for tho Protection of labor from Frank Tlchenor witn u some lesson 1st. We covenant and agree that negotiations lookng toward a judicial has been making an energetic no money or whiskey shall be used or arbitral settlement of the questight among the delegates. As a re-- unnecessary bodily Injury, and we The Ave who were required to give- 0 us exe- i sum of 0ne ot tho80 iesson8 js that trea-cut- by either of us, either directly or In tions at issue. suit of its activity the Committee on favr he enactment of a fair and bond In the Saturday $300 each, and afternoon bond tIes however solemn, in the stress ot directly, or by or through a friend recom- -' editable workmen's compensation unanimously "It was tn this connection also that Resolutions were released from custody to await angry passion or selfish Interests, for the purpose of securing a vote Mr. Taft pointed out that the plan tended tho plank to the conven- - 'aw j may be torn t0 8hreds and thrown in Ninth We favor giving to the tho action of the grand Jury. or votes and thus unfairly securing would necessitate a departure on Hon. We understand the grand Jury not tho waste basket. Another Is that this nomination. the part of the United States from This plank pledges the party to railroad Commission power to regu-wor- k only Indicted the men held over by the rIght8 of neutrals are not always 2nd We further covenant and its traditional policy of avoiding ennt tho next session of the Leg- - late public utilities of tho Stated lslaturo for the submission to the! Tenth We favor the passage of Judgo Wilson but also found .true . carofully regarded by angry belliger-111- s agree that neither of us shall use or tangling alliances with European or against eight other members of enta and the third, the most lmpor-thl- s employ or cause to be used or em- Asiatic wars, but he held that bo vwters of Kentucky of a constltu- - lawB which shall make effective thel party, making 22 In all. It has , tant to us ls tnat it a nation can ployed any other Illegitimate or un- would be justified in taking such a (Tonal amendment providing for the , constitutional provision against the elective franchise, issuance of free passes to officials also Indicted 10 men, charging them hope to escape from danger to Its fair method of securing said nomi- risk, because of the greater probabilextension of the wlthmurder, for the killing of a j prosperity, or to its very existence, nation, either by words or by our ity of a world peace resulting from The suffrngists did not ask for an and their families. We oppose double taxa-pl- e colored man at Rockport recently. lt mU8t be by preparation and by actions. "Eleven such an alliance. of the prlncl- outright lndorsment Alleged possum nunters nave aiso . reuance uDon Its own DreDaredness. tlon and favor a thoro revision of "The proposals to go before tho 3rd We further covenant and ot suffrage. been Indicted In several other parts rather than upon treaties, and writ- agree that we shall have a friendly conference were the work ot the forlt The indorsement ot the County the tax laws which will equally ten papers of any sort. contest for this nomination and leave mer President. They provided for: law was not accomplished with-- . tribute the burdens of taxation, re-o- of the county. j duce the rate and d Evidence Ot Possible Trouble. not only retain fight, altho It, was so "First An International court to a the decision to the voters of the Re- Among We see today evidences of, tt.nubllcan party, uninfluenced by any- try all Justiciable questions. that the result was at no time other tho capital now invested, but invite 284 Americans Mexico. Refugees Front not Irritation, at least of the possl- - thing unfair or corrupt and that after "Second A council of conciliation than obvious. The debate began lm- - the Investment of other capital in the Galveston, Tex., June 15. three hllltv of trnubln ernwlnir out of the tlm vniora Imvn rhnsnn thnlr nominee for the consideration of all non-jumediately after the report ojf the State. We favor the adoption by questtoi ns. which the people ot the constitutional hundred and ninety refugees ot whom remonstrance ot the violation ot our from among us that we will get on Resolutions, Committee "Third Tho use of Joint military Tecopiroended the adoption ot the ! amendment enlarging the pa,wer ot 2S4 are Americans were brought to rights as a neutral nation and I am hind the nominee, and help- to elect tho Geniral Assembly on the matter Galveston today by the United States not referlng to Germany, because said nominee. force against a signatory beginning platform. hostilities, contrary to the torms of OTTO C. MARTIN adopted the fol- ot taxation, and when such additional transport Buford, from Vera Cruz, England br In the same boat. The Tho conontlou are just aa law is- - passed, to make it effectual Tamplco and Tuxpam. They are English CAL. P. ICEOWN the alliance. lowing platform: W. H. RILEY "Fourth The formulation and"" First Wo approve the policies of only when submitted to, and approv- comfortably quartered on the ship objectionable from a neutral stand-whi- le a Ave day's , point as Is the staking ot belligerent adoption ot a code ot international she undergoes ANDREW THORPE Republican party la ed by, a majority ot the people who the. National law." CARL M.. TAYLOR j ships with 'neutrals on board, with- providing for the defense ot our .vote upon the same. We favor such. quarantine. forolgn Invasion, and regulation by law as will consolidate 'Information from the refugees rout glvtujr them a chance to escape. coasts against The underlying principle ls the British Sea Toll, For Sale. the protection of American industry assessment and collection of taxes, brought by a few Government ofll- -' Binding London, June 15. Thirteen thouA big stock v ot Sisal against the pauper labor ot foreign so that the cost of collection may be clals, who had charge ot the expe- same. Our president ls dealing with dition and who were allowed to land this delicate situation in a masterly ( Twine best grade. Also Binders, sand, Ave hundred and forty-seve- n countries, without imposing unneces- materially reduced. Democrats Condemned. to make their reports, ls to the effect way and without further referring Mowers, Hay Rakes and other Farm officers and men of the British nary, unjust burdens upon the sary or " consumer. Twelve We condemn the enact- that every story told ot the starv- - to this matter, we are well content imnlements of all kinds. Also have including marines and members ot Wo favor the nomlna-tlo- n for the Presidency of a candl- - ment by the Democratic party ot a ing people in Mexico has been a true to leave it in his hands, knowing three "Farmer's" Favorite Wheat the naval division, have been killed date who ts In accord with these poll- - j large number ot obnoxious laws, the one and that men, women and chll- -Tthat he will deal with the subject, Drills never been used, bought at or wounded or reported missing from dren are dying dally ot starvation, with courtesy, with firmness and we a bargain which we will sell below tho beginning ot the war up to May cies, and ls abreast' ot the spirit ot creation ot useless and expensive j flees and 31, according to announcement mado commissions, W. E. ELLIS & BRO., required by and the not only In Mexico City, but in many I believe with very satisfactory re-- cost. Of this total, 8,- In London today. We condemn the inef-- 1 wasteful and extravagant expend!-ficlenc- y ot the smaller towas ot the repub- - suits The Produce Men, conditions. 245 were killed. "They say the Lord takes care of 48U Hartford, Ky. of the Administration at ture ot money and we promise, it glv- - lie. PIM COITY tj 'a efy I J s I e well-know- fore-effor- es od ', ,.... w.iai- - I ,i, ed ,( r-- I J ed J dls-un- ut one-side- - s- - orders-ln-counc- ll, ever-changi- . tXT& hR POLITICAL AGITATORS i OUR PUBLIC FORUM I 10 WITH Introductory moved on carta driven, and ofttimes drawn, by slaves; while her nrtlsta were painting divine dreams on canvas, the streets of proud Athens were lighted by firebrands dipped In tallow. The genius of past ages sought to arouse the Intellect and stir the ?oul but the master minds of today art seeking to serve. Civilization lin assigned to America the greatest task of the greatest age, and tho greatest men that ever trod the greatest planet are solving It. Their achievements have astounded the whole world and we challenge eery ngo and nation to name men or products that can approach In creative genius or masterful skill In orgunlzntiui, the marvelous achievements of the tremendous men of the present day. Killson can press a button and turn a light on multiplied millions of homes; Vail can take down the receiver and talk with fifty millions of people; Mccormick's reaper can harvest the world's crop, and .Pulton's steam engine moves the commerce of land and sea. The greatest thing a human being can do is to serve his fellow men, Christ did it; Klng3 decree It, and wise men teach it. It Is the glory of this practical age that Kdison could find no higher calling than to become the janitor to civilization; Vail the messenger to mankind; McCormlck the hired hand to agriculture, and Fulton the teamster to industry, and blessed is the age that has such masters for its servants. d Idle Funds Represent Si POLITICIANS STRIFE WHO CAPITALIZE MENACE TO GOVERNMENT. A Neglect cf Agricultural and Industrial Opportunities a National Crime. ' By Peter Radford. his-tor- and intorniatlon of the fanners should America luten attentively to what the men who mauase railproperty road have to say. Mr. Kruttsctmitt, execday. utive head of tho Southern Pacific, has written an article dealing with LAYMAN'S DUTY ..TH the fluahciug of railroads, lit said ' Mi ln part: never was a time wbem Thri "The financing of a railroad Is a prJ&hers. aud politicians formed an fuuotlou 'which the people, through uutfty alliance that civilisation did their tenants; the P.allroad Ccuii.ils-hloner- s not shriek out and Clirtstusulty cry add the Legislators, have Since the beginning of gov; never attempted, but It Is a inot aloudeminent, politicians have sought to problem, especially to secof tions of a State where new railroads dCQK tht ministry into the wet-hpolitics) uu make them carry banner are needed The placing of securities They huva has been left entirely with tho proIn politcai procebsluus. taken the ministry to the mountain-tamoter and owViur of railroads. Of pouorund offered to make them "The Immediate determination of ' uurvoyod. jnqwiiciIi of all they and what earnings tho railroad, shall be most ot them huvo said, v.hile pormltte'd to recelvo and what . burtheo behind ino Satan," a few be dens' It shall have put on it is in the fallen 'villi a cidsii that line shaken hands 6t 'olho'r servants of the public' tv'cry pulpit in Christendom. - Thore never was a time In the of this nation when we needed statesmen more or agitators less than at the present moment. The opportunities now afforded us on land and sea demand the beat there is in statecraft aiid the possibilities that are controlling us call for national issues that unite the people, build industry and expand trade. Tho agricultural and industrial development of this imtion has suffered severely at the hands of agitators who have sent torpedoes crashing Into the port side of business and whose neglect of the interests of tho farmer makes them little loss tbau political criminals. We "Aaut no more of these evil spirits to predominate In government. Too long their hysterical cry has sent a shiver down the spinal column of industry. Too long have the political agitators capitalized strife, pillaged progress and murdered opportunity. An industrial corpse is not a desirable thing, a crippled business an achievement or neglect an accomplishment about which any representative of the government has a right to boast. Issues that Breed Agitators Should be Eliminated. The political agitator must be eliminated Horn public life before thought-tu- l consideration can be given to a constructive program in government. The litzuor question is the most prolific breeding ground for agitators and whether pro or anti, the hatch is equally as undesirable. This article Is in no sense a discussion of the question but deals solely and by way of illustration with the political products of that Issue. Other subjects will bo dealt with In the order o their importance. In the history of our government tho liquor issue has never produced a constructive statesman worth mentioning and it never will. It has sent more freaks toCougress, Lilliputians to the Senate and incompetents to office, than auy other political Issue under the sun. The recent experience of tho English Parliament which lashed itself into a fury over the liquor question has a lcison that It is well for the farmers of this nation to observe; for tho hubject in some form or other i3 constantly before the public for solution and ofttimes to tho exclusion of more important problems to the American plowmen. Too Many Political Drunkards. the Prohibition leader of Kuiopo who led the prohibition fiht in England, haii declared that he will never again take a drink politically and thore aro many American politicians pro and anti who would render their country a service by climbing on the water wagon or signing a pledge Too often of political temperance. our legislative halls are turned into political and many of the .c.ut-.iujirio intoxicated on liquor "!tcufyitr.s. W'o h.ive tjo many political drut,.;arlii-'p- ro and .anti in our public affuirn. No one who is a slave to the ptiiticnl liquor habit is quite to capable, of dealing with the business itRairs of government as the sober and industrious. We have-fepublic men in tlil.i day who arc strung enough to legist the temptation ut fctrong drink politically and when the demon Rum once becomes firmly in tho mind of a politician, he in loss callable of meeting the fcr coiiHtntctlvu statesmanship novy confronting this nation. Vfe tinve in litis country too many d politicians. botli pro and anti A 'candidate with political deli riufn trtthtus, a praicltur with political1 sliUttes In hie boot and an agitator draliji (lit 'the liquor question are the fiilHti :;ifbtH in civillzutloti ami they should all be foiced to tike the political KeeJey. Pure. Ir,Jb fiy inuro Important In govern-mea,- t io,nuuG it easier lor those who toll to eat thai i to nide it more difficult tor a few toper to dnuk. There U not oik kcraoa iu one hm.dred of our turnl population that v r touches liquot but we all eat threo twues a I.Ioyd-Georctar-rooired-ootie- Through the Press Service of Agriculture and Commerce, the master minds of this nation will h invited to the public forum and asked to deliver a message to civilization. Men who achieve seldom talk, and men who talk seldom rchieve. There is no such thing as a noisy thinker, and brevity Is n In ays a close companion to truth. It will be a great privilege to stand by the side of men who can roll In place tho cornerstone of Industry: to associate with men who can look at the world and see to tho bottom of It; to commune with men who can hear the roar of civilization a few centuries away. Too often we listen to the rabble element of our day that cries out against every man who achieves, "Crucify hi in." Mankind never has and probably never will produce a generation that appreciates the genius of Its day. There never will be a crown .without a cross, progress without sacrifice or an achievement without a challenge. This Is an age of service, and that man Is greatest who serves the largest number. The present generation has done more to Improve the condition of mankind than any civilization since human motives began their upward (light. The Greeks gave human life inspiration, but while her orators were speaking with the tongues of angels, her farmers were plowing with forked sticks; while her philosophers were emancipating human thought from bondage, her traffic Lost Interest , SOUL MATERIAL HAS ENTERED OF If you had a machine that you could oporato at n good profit day in and day out, would you iipt count as a loss the time It stood Idle? nmcljinp. Invested In Your money Is a good monoy-makln- g our certificates of deposit or on mivtug account, It cams Interest every day of the week, every week of the month and every month of the year. Hememhor, we give you abiolute security and pay you tho best rate of Interest. THE HANK VAULTS THZ NATION. The Bank a Financial Power House to the Community, By Peter Radford. 'OUR PUBLIC FORUM II L. E. Passenger Rates On Two-CeThe farmers of both the State and the Hallway Comthis nation are pany testified that the claims of thp vitally interested railroad wore sustained by the facts in railroad rates Two cents did not pay tho cost of and equity be- carrying a passenger a mile. Tho tween passenger State, however, c intended that the and freight rates railroad was earning enough surplus is especially im- on Its state freight business to give a portant to the fair return upon the capital used in man who follows its passenger as well as its freight Uie plow for the business. For the purposes of tho travels case, the railroad did not deny this, farmer very little but he but held to its contention that th Is a heavy conState could not segregate Its pasto the senger business for rate fixing withtributor freight revenues. out allowing a rate that would be Some of the sufficient to pay the cost of doing states have a two cat passenger rate business and enough to give some and whatever loss Is incurred is recov- return upon the capital invested in ered through freight revenue. The Jus- doing the business regulated. This tice of buch a procedure was recently was the Issue presented to the Supassed upon by the Supreme Court preme Court. Its decision responds of West Virginia and the decision is to the judgment of the so that we have asked sentiment of the country. Tho Sti-- . t. E. Johnson, president of the Nor- preme Court says that, even though folk and Western Railway whose road a railroad earns a surplus on a parcontested the case to briefly review ticular commodity by charging reathe suit. Mr. Johnson said in part: sonable rates, that affords no reason "Some ten years ago, passenger for compelling it to haul another's fares were fixed by the legislatures person or property for less than cost, of a large number of states at two The surplus from a reasonable rate cents a mile. As a basis for such properly belongs to the railway comeconomic legislation, no examination pany. If the surplus 13 earned from was made of the cost of doing the an unreasonable rate then that rate business so regulated, nor wis any should be reduced. The State may attention given to the fact whether not even up by requiring the railroad such a rate would yield to the rail- to carry other trattlc for nothing or way companies an adequate or any for less than cost. The decision Is a wholesome ono net return upon iho capital Invested and demonstrates that the ordinary In conducting this class of business. apply to railway rules of fair '"Such a law was passed In West companies. dealing ono makes Virginia in 1907. Tho Norfolk and a surplus onThe fact that crop would his wheat Railway Company put tho never bo urged as a reason for1 Western rate into effect and maintained It for him to sell his cotton at less two the ears. Its accounting during than cost. It would nor these two years showed that two man who wanted biead to bt told cents a mile per passenger barely that Its high price enabled the cotton his raw product paid tho cost and noth- manufacturer to get In this case the for 1'ss than cost ing was Ipft to pay any return on court reafllrmed the homelv maxim capital invested V sought relief from that each tub must stand upon its Expert accountants for own bottom." the courts. g com-pellln- g Johnson ' OUR PUBLIC FORUM ill Julius Krutischnitt On Financing Railroads JmW Tho fanners of this nation need to become better with acquainted the railroad men and their problems. It is only thobu who know-tha- t can glv us I ' nt "Managing a railroad Is quite differ-ou- t from managing a government where the money is raised b taxa- tlon. When the expenditure, lor good reasons or otherw We, Increase. ' taxes can bo oqually increased The railroads, while torvaat.i of the public, cannot raise monay with such ease and facility. The railroads must keep their expenditures within their havo Incomes because while thi-some control over their expc ilturos they Have almost no control over their incomes, their rates being Sued by public authorities. "There Is not a railway manager In the country today who is not wurful that undor the press of Increaiiug do- ms of mandfl the transportation the country will, in a few years, break down, unless the railroads arnjilloweil to earn larger funds wheren ith to build it up. There aro ast tectlons. of the country, especially In tho Wost, where more railroads are needed and they cannot bo built unless tho" rail- ways raise now capital. "People Invest money In order make money, and they aro skeptical as, to whether thoy can make money by Investing in concerns that are dealt with stringently and unfairly. Hall-roasecurities must bo made more attractive to invite Investments, and In order that they may be made mora attractive, the roads must be' allowed earnings that will enable them to moot tho Increased capital charges". ' I 'tho Legislators sioners. and the Commis- st. d KNOWN i:Vi:itYWI!Klti: n- - the SAW mid KCMAItLIMtANIC try banks with the farmer In building agriculture and the adventure Is laden with greater possibilities than any forward movement now before tho American public. A few bankers have loaned money. to farmers at a low rate of interest, and ofttimes without compensation, to buy blooded livestock, build silos, fertilize the land, secure better seed, hold their products for a bctctr market price, etc. The banker in contributing toward improving the grade of livestock; the quality of the seed and the fertility of the soil, plants in the agricultural life of the community a fountain of proilt, that, like Tennyson's brook, runs on and on forever. Community Progress a Bank Asset. The time was when money loaned on such a basis would severely test the sanity of the banker, such transactions would pain the directors like a blow In the face. A cashier who would dare to cast bread upon waters that did Jiot return buttered side up in time for annual dividends would When you pay S895 for havo to give way to a more capable 1 an Allen 54 you get man. This docs not necessarily mean that tho bankers are getting any better f)S95 worth of car. or that the milk of human kindness is The Allen 34 Ut m being Imbibed more freely by our finanYou don't pay a cent for unAl'tn 17 honrpnwrr Weston Mott ciers. It indicates that the banters aro necessary overhead expense. Honing axlr, nmluirtop getting wiser, becoming more able finand leather tipholitery, We build integrity into every Allen anciers and the banking Industry more Wjrpertr-nsmiMiand competent. The vision of the builder Is automobile. Our organization is Meeting crar, pawncrowding out the spirit of the We arc in strong and permanent. expanddrive, broker. A light has been turned on ing hnlei, 110 inch the automobile business to stay. uheellute, demountable a now world of investment and no Our purpose is to make every Allen rira, aluminum crank usurer ever received as large returns cue and aluminum car do its part in upholdine our on the Investment as these progrescue, full tquip' reputation for civinn tho ureatcs1: sive bankers, who made loans to rxtnl of ettclrit rjAI possible value for the price vvc i;eL uplift Industry. The bankers have and tltttnc itarlir. always been liberal city builders, but Ttie wrtsht of tlic enr It If vou have been waiting until you i!iX IIm. which, wilh Uie they aro now building agriculture. could buy a strong, swift, safe, ixwcruf the motor iutuic A Dollar With a Soul. economy of operation. handsome car without paying a dolIs refreshing In this strenuous W huIIJ (ire othar It lar more than its acnial worth, the ntxlaU, three roJilra commercial life to find so many dolnj two tuurlntf Allen 34, touring carat in oris Iron lars with souls. When a dollar is aprniaj Sl.WS. can, $895, is the complete answer to S475 to proached to perform a task that does your requirements. not directly yield the highest rate of interest, we usually hear tho rustle ltylc,Jinuh, potvtr, itantmj if titration, cqutpmtnt, (jualititt and prut, Alttn tan tail tht ItuJ of the eagle's wings as It soars upward; when a dollar is requested to return at the option of the borrower. It usually appeals to the Goddess of Factory Reprentativr for Southern Ohio, mlineent Wet VirLiberty for its contracture! rights, ginia Territory, Southern Indiana and cntiro State of Kentucky. when a dollar is asked to expand io Dealers: Write or wire for agency proposition volume to suit tho rquiroments of Industry, it usually talks solemnly ot its redeemer, but soul material has entered into the vaults of our banks and rate, time and volume havo a 4 new basis of reckoning in so far as 4 bankers 0 the ability of home of tho in promotpermit them to ing the business of farming. Noblemen. God AlmlQ-hty'These bankers are God Almighty's I have recently purchased from A. C. Yetse-- his recordinK Heaven lent earth tho noblemen. Agencies for the following Fire-- Insurance Companies. Continental, spirit of these men aud the angels will belli them, roll In place the f Hartford. Etna. Phoenix and Fidelity,- underwriters, which includes cornerstone? of empires. They , are' . the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. they are wiso not philanthropists; These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will he pleased to bankers. The spirit of the builder hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, 4 lias given them a now vUIon, ami busiwisdom lias vUItetl upon them ness foresight. Tho cackle ot the hen, tho low o of kino and the rustle of growing crops echo in every bank vault in the ,$ nation and the shrewd hanker knows that he can more effectively Increase ! his deposits by putting blue blood in ISets mill Tliflr ltencfltH. . 6&44,, tho veins of livestock; quality In ueea aro very userui insects, anci v the yield of the boil and value Into henry Is a most excellent food. Just ngilcultural products, than by buai-nes- why moro farmers do not keep bees in and haiidshakos, overdrafts U not very easy to answer. I'urhaps i f.audy calendars. il inu.v ut mm iiiuny uu uui auuiv Taking the community Into STOP AT with the bank, opening up a much about thum and are therefore jJ ledsar account with progress, making afraid of bees. thrift and enterprise btosHholders andi The honey bees' produce, as val- the prosperity of the country an uablo as It is, is not all tho boneflts asset to the bank put behind it of keeping bees. Thcso friends of the 1 stability far more desirable than a help distribute pollen on the letterhead bearing the names of all orchard stlgmu of the pistils and thus fer-- 1 the distinguished cittsous of tno coin " UncoiiHCiouslv niunity The bank is thu financial tilize the llowori. workers la their gathur- - I power house ot tho community and . r ..... ,.... ,..,. blamed Is tho locality that has an mg up . btoru uuimyuru iuhii uuip- - o to FUANK KCKERT, Prop. banker liiK nature produce the species. II. II. ECKEIIT, Mjr. Surely ovary fruit grower should fm CM Tiliuinnqn fllnn fn POLITICAL IWEB MEETINGS have a re whives of bees for honey uuiTjjDau nan Vi uu, ami for their help In distributing polIt is. a sad day tor Christianity whon len. , tho church belli, cult tho communicants prayot meettogether tor a political We Knock the Spots Out of Things ing. Such gatherings mark the high FOR FLETCHER'S tide ot religious political fanaticism, ! put blUurnoMt into the lives ot men; fan the llames ot class hatred and deo stroy Christian tntiutneo m the com lilllous Attacks. uiunlty The spirit actuating, .such When you Have a bilious attack Fronch Dry Cleaned uml Pressed In a meetings is unarchistic, unChrUtllko your liver falls to perform Its funcSuperior Manner. and kdan.gcrous to both church and tions You becomo constipated. The Send us your Garments " otito and Have " .food you 6at ferments Irt your stoiu-itc- h ' ' Them , This InInstead of digesting. Tho success ot the nation is in the hands ot the farmet flames the stomach and causes uau-beCLEANED CLEAN vomiting and a terrible headPackages called for and dollvered. ' Work foi the best aud tho best will ache. Take Chamberlalu's Tablets. rise up and reward you. They will 'tone up your liver, clean THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB farming ,1s lust, ouu thing out your stomach and you will soon Tenant , A. Iv Null, Prop. bo as well as over. Thoy only cost vrtthqut a. .pay day. after, anc-tbo-r everywhere. ' JIUtTFOKU, KENTUCKY. a quarter.' Obtainable Ono of the greatest opportunities In tho business life of the nation lies In practical of tho coun- Central Trust Company Tor. Ith anil The Allen 34 Price, SS95 I Study these facts en-p- I on d li -- tram-missi- bll I t Kenton Motors Co. SSJStJST ( s l! i NEW INSURANCE -- AGENCY r l t-- t E. E. BIRKHEAD, ,'.,0 '0 When Hartford, Ky. - A'.'0 - s Louisville I part-nor.hf- p is ECKRTS w I y 5th Avenue J, :' Hotel ; , j Children Ory O A S T O R A Ladies' and Men's Garments -a, f'f Typewriter Gives Business Standing .! mcrrlinnt thf rutil t.i.t!nnr .n farmer who uses a typewriter lias the ndvsintni't! over thu man who docs not. I (if tvnrwrif fr nnt nnk' cnvrc tim in .!' in. 1....o ,! . lit ttjlllll Il.itl.i3 SleU I making out bills, but it adds prcstijje and reputation to the user. , 1 he L. Smith & Bros. is especially adapted to use in rural districts because it will stand more wear and does not require an expert operator. Hy follow ins the instructions we will jjive yOU) you will have no trouble learning. Tlif crnnll fnu-- '! ..-- ...) w C Typewriter Mail This Coupon Today Please rml mc jour iftc book 0 uin 0 tjicim I I do nut vat a hpeuriter at present. urn n typewriter ami would Hie io learn about your oner io cxinaiic n ior s nuv one. P. H. Stale- To lUc I.. C. Smith A. Ilro. Typewriter Co. 411 Main 'fctrret CINCINNATI, OHIO. IT IS AS SIMPLE AS THE ALPHABET If Ycu Want to Make Sure of mestic Supply, Make the t Tariff Protective, Do- r There 5s nnother opportunity for Mho Democratic Congress to repeal or radically amend the Democratic Tariff law and make a tcnstrlke for political effect. Secretary of Hedfleld has Informed the Senate at Washington that American chemical workB und manufactur-or- s of dyestuffs nre already to embark capital and enterprise In "building up n distinctly American coal-ta- r chemical industry, using entirely American crudes and other intermediates," providing tho CongresH passes ndequate legislation to prohibit the dumping In American markets of foreign made dyes and unfair of American trade by the arbitrary action of foreign monopolies which are now permitted by tho laws of other countries and not forbidden by American laws. That is a befuzzllng statement, but when it 1b cut short by the simple statement that the dye industry needs an American Protective Tariff It is easy enough. There is no mora use of talking about controlling tho business of foreign monopolies than of thawing out tlio south pole. The only thing that can be done Is to .make tho import duties so high that ihey cannot sell their goods In the United States. It Is as simple as tho alphabet, It has never fulled to operate tho way the people said It should be. ' Dut Secretary Hedfleld took pains 'to Inform tho Senate that "some of tho largest manufacturers huvo personally Informed tho department that what is needed Is not a tariff change, but laws placing a foreign monopoly on the same basis as an American one." If any of tho largest manufacturers said that ,thoy said nothing, for that is what the won's mean. It Is ono of tho wenk-nessof the Govornmont of this country thut statesmen will even listen to that kind of stuff, oven If they are Democrats. The Secretary of Conimerco should be renamed In tho Indian fushion, "Maiiafrnlil-nf-Kuosts.." He told tho th.it Germany's dominance in the production and commerce- of dye- -' stun, is "so marked and luhoroutly of sik li potential might that It does to maUe itself felt when-- , not ever i i ul wherever an c'.ort Is wade g toward emancipation iryin ltn control - Jtu Influence has been felt U once in our country when efforts to manufacture Intel nitdlte con: pounds or ly9 threatened In uny way lutfrcet of tlio German produc .th. Coin-jr"iernt fl tion nnd trade." After cnvlnp nil flint l)m Imqil tf i the Department of Congress for this big country did not have tho sense or the sand to say that this is the day to set the Tariff ilgures so high tli lit no German dyes could ever be Imported. If he had said that much land Congress had followed the same 'short way to sense, there would be nothing more heard front the wicked dye monopolies of Germany or any other country. Wo should immed iately proceed to mako a dye monopoly here, and tho prices would be ower and no war could disturb the luslness, and nobody on tho outside 'ould boss us for a minute. Mr. Hedfleld merely, pointed out that the American consumption of irtiflcial dyestuffs means annually a 'ost of 15,000,000, and that tho sup ily from abroad might bu cut off iiiy day. Cut It off at this end by making the Importation cost more He Ameri!ian the stuff is worth. can an hour or two daily for a week and act out loud like Americans, and there will be built up a great industry In making tho dyes the manufacturers need. There Is plenty of No foreign moroom and capital. nopoly can reach over a Tariff wall if It Is built with American brains and hands. There Is no other way. Thu Secretary of Commerce and nil other Democrats know that there is no other way, but they lay down in their weak obstinacy and cry thut thu German monopoly threatens this nnd that and then soino more. Ger many does wt threaten when it needs mlllons of American dollars to carry on Its war. It pays i! per cent. Interest like other borrowers. There is no German ghosts hung about American necks, except in the Democratic imaginations of officials. Btate of Ohio, City of Toledo, I f Lucas County. rrank J. Cheney makes oath that he Sa penlor partner of the flrm of V. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toand ledo. County and State aforesaid, tlmt said firm will pnv tho sum of ONI HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every caso of Catarrh that cannot no cured by the use Of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. OTIANK J. CIIKKKV. Sworn to beforo mo nnd subscribed In my presence, this Cth day of December. A. I). 1SS6. (Seal) A. W. OLKASON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally and acta directly upon tho blood nnd mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for testimonials, free. P. J. CHRN'Cr &' CO . Toledo, O. Sold by nil Druggists, 75o. Take Rail's family I'llli for constipation. vestigation and proof In the caso. An poisons, tends to produce fevers, updigestion. You belch gas, feel ' enemy will never stnto facts, or tell sets stuffy, Irritable, almost cranky. It the whole truth. you it's your condition. Elimj If you wish to know what a man Isn't inate this poisonous wnste by taking is go to his friends to asccrtnln what one or two of Dr. King's New Life lie Is. If you desire to know the Knjoy a full, free principles, program and philosophy IMlls tonlgin. bowel movement In the morning of Socialism, reud the books of Soyou feel so grateful. Get an origicialism written by Socialist, or ask Soclaliiits; but never seeek know- nal bottle, containing .16 pills, from 3 for 2Gc. ledge of Socialism from the state- your Druggist politicians, ments of capitalists, A XXOUNCKM HXTS. preachers or priests, who are opposThey will not tell ed to SoclnllHm. you the truth. For Sluto Treasurer. To discuss what is false, or what We arc authorized to announce does not relate to Socialism or what HON. It. L. MOORE, of Crittenden is altogether foreign to the Socialist county, a candidate for the Repubprinciples and platform, Is useless lican nomination for State Treasurer, and nbsurd. Besides the statements General Primary election August 7, that Socialists want to "divide up" 1915. money und property to equnllze everybody; or that Socialists favor I'or Circuit Judge. "free love;" or that Socialists are We ure authorized to announce R. Inlldels; or that Socialism is anarchy W. SLACK, of Daviess County, a and atheism und against religion and candidate for the Republican nomithe home, uru not believed In intellination for Circuit Judge, Sixth Jugent and neighbor dicial district. General primary elecConsequently, hoods. wherever tion Aug. 7, 1915. hese lying, foolish and absurd statements tire made (and believed) it We are authorized to announce may be Bet down that that neighbor- JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, hood. Is densely ignorant. Further- as a candidate for the nomination more, ullasuch statements arc n for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dison the intelligence of the trict, subject to tho action of the 'oniinimlty, and for this reason Democratic party at the State Prishould be rejected. mary the llrst Saturday in August, The enemy's of Socialism, know- 1915. ing they cannot meet and discredit he truth and reel purpose of Social- - ' I'or Commonwealth's Attorney ism, by reason and argument, resort We ure authorized to announce o all sorts of lies, subterfuges, so- - ,,AWUKNCE P TANNBR 0f Owens-phlstne- s, misrepresentations. evas-inr- n , ,,v n nan,,,,,nta nml ions and garbled and false statements MftUon fm CommonwCttlth Attorney In their vain und foolish attempts to,of th(J gxth Judlc)al Dgtplctf sub. deceive and to delude tho Intellcc-- , Ject.,0 acUon of the Democrntlc nnlly awakening and revolutionary party ut , state Prlrnary the ririt working class. Saturday in August. 1915. Socialism, which embraces the j lilphesl ideas of freedom and demo- - j Wc are authorized to announce rracy, and exemplifies the noblest BEN D. HINGO, of Owensboro, Ky., conceptions of life and tho loftiest Ja candidate for the nomination for ideals of human love and society, is 'Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth the ono mighty force which shall Judicial District, subject to the action liberate man from mental, moral and of the Democratic party at the State physical bondage, and put him on i Primary the first Saturday in Au- the high plane of the Religion of gust, 1915. God and Humanity, of Justice and Equity, of Reason and Right, and of " For State Senator. Rectitude iini Righteousness In all We are authorized to announce things Social, Industrial and Politi- JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, cal. a candidate for State Senator, 7th Yours for Human Brotherhood, Senatorial composed of District, and tho Liberty, Fraternity nnd Ohio, Muhlenberg and Dutler counEquality of Man, ties. General primary election Aug. W. H. CUNDIFF. 7, 1915. to-da- y well-inform- Jlut Invent Ignte Insufficient revenue as matters stand now without this added catastrophe. No really Intelligent, rlglitthlnklnR Mr. Underwood should bo proud of nnd conscientious person will believe tho legislation which bears his name. (lie statements of thoso who opposa And so should Alabama wo don't think. Mobile (Ala.) Tribune. Socialism. t , It Is foolish mid absurd to listen Constipation Causes Most. Ills. to nn enemy of either a ninn or SoAccumulated waslo In your thirty cialism, nil to believe all this enemy says, without nn Impartial In feet of bowels causes absorption of ' Ile.Ilco Not Kor Yourself. loo, J ' ' J Vaoderbilt Training' School for Boys : 5 ag t j ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens und Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- tered and comes from the best homes' in the South. 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Get a bottle from your Drue- gist; it costs only a llttlo und wilt 3 help you so much. 1 Prentiss pro- musszt&sssBsazam') itimmm m mm u HOW TO REDUCE THE Another Heavy Itliiw. duct, a candldato for tho Ronubllcan Tho ITnltod States Treasury now nomination (or Clrouit Court Clerk COST OF GOOD READINP ptands In daugor .of uuothor heavy of Ohio County. General Primary &J'1- ovrn c C6 YCAns tSXSSfWSmfc r r blow, for whieh the Undorwood Tar- Saturday, August 7, 1915. i' Sond for . r& wa ' iff law Is responsible. Tlio Customs Lippincotl's "Little Book of B' Court has sustained the " per coat." Wo are autuorUed to announco clause' of tho Tariff law, reducing NDRKW THOHPIJ.of Meileury Bargains" duties (o that amount ou goods Im- - candidal for the Republican uotnlna- New BdkioB Just Pitbl's-- . .1 foi the ported In American buttons and from tlnn for. Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio TrtAne Miw ctaMou lui:;-na'ions granted certain rights as 'county. General Primary election DESI9NS Copv-- ! .srsAc. ' .avored nations." If this decision Auiust 7, 2916. It i, il TtuMna vief sent fiu;e inrone n nn r.'l i , I i, n. ' v iit nor ttj ti sustained by the Supremo Com I . r lllVUl. lull M ''iiniiiiilrii. t Hit It JW . u Puic 3. B. LIPPINC0TT COMPANY "i i he country, then $15,000,000 will v.'u are AUtk,urisol to announce S. (III l'l alont. I" ! to he refunded that has already P. MaJCIftU3Y, of Heaver Dam, as janluliar t. m lu.ut ci WAtiHINOTOKK' 1'ltII.AiUjJirlrU. collected. The law becomes! a cautkifto for th nomination for. MIL' ' ii. ...iii retroactive to the time the Under- -' Circuit Court Clerk, Subject to ,the A Tu Prveut Blood Polsonlnfr w?"ItIt. T srvat ilf- h.Mt1nm.r lllmtrtwf t .wod Tariff heenmo ' effective two 'action ,o.f tlie Democrats of Ohio a'.'jliuil t t fit fc U HtlE tl. flVl'i. fi A piv at o ite the oodvrlal olj rrliaU D:; r.i iti i, V .wM Ly . ! twtji u i f V urs ago. v.K.J t h.VMUIUll' HHAI.lNi.01I..as4i It will serloiikly embjr- - coi.nty, nt the General Primary elcc- - tvir: ir ' ' t U.lCVM IM1T1 Jl! Il ' l MNCo.,64B'e""; New York J rass the United States, wulch ha, tiou, Aucust 7, 1910. wt U llUIClCllt. - tdlUC lllUC Una J CXim, Ui i' tU WaiUjii.u, II. U v Txr-enicrjcTo-do- CASTO Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR a Llpplncott's la enjoying a big Thgusands o of popularity. inew readers have boon addcM to iU subscription list during tho past l ' f(W Ttfftfltl.u nn.l Ita iitw.nlflltf. lu RA I Increasing rapidly, to announco 'RJWr i l 1 novt: . ' . I , en !' j j 11 w'.iv. ,.,....;,.i..wi4..aj,i.-'-s"v- - 4ni Hertford Republican. hbivml uruora. Ky.. stand by the county Judge, County Attorney, Sheriff nnd other law officers, whom we havo selected to up- ull to U tttr t tk rrwtottlr hold the law ,and who have no other ot th. ftcond purpose to serve under their oaths. Except ns constituted authority Is up- C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Addrree all communications (fet Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Kl't mean Proprietor held, life, property and home nothing. Any other course means anarchy, chaos and destruction to all to we hold necessary to happiness In this life. HEI'UIIMCAX STATE CONVENTION. One of the largest and most enthusiastic conventions ever held by the Kentucky Republicans closed Its sessions at Lexington Tuesday evening, when the admirable plntform. printed elsewhere In this Issue, was adopted. Owing to the fact that no candidates were to be nominated at this convention and further, that It Is the busy season with farmers, no one expected a large attendance but every county was represented and many or tnem uy large delegations. jAt least fifteen hundred accredited delegates were on the ground, and when Chairman Frank's rapped for order Tuesday afternoon he faced an ran animating scene. , Enthusiasm high and every telling point made by the various speakers was applaud-- 1 ed to the echo. There was harmony on all sides and an Intense belief in the success of the ticket to he noml-- I nated at the August primary election, j The withdrawal of Dr. Bruner leaves a clear track for Mr. Morrow, whom the delegates acclaimed the next Gov-- 1 ernor of Kentucky. It now remains j for the party to make up the balance of the ticket of strong men of capacity, In whom the people will have confidence, as aspirants for these Important positions and upon whose public conduct will depend good government for the State. Members of the former Progressive party were there as delegates In large numbers and were treated will all the consideration accorded them in former days. It was a great con vention from start to finish and made 'our Democratic friends at Lexington ' sit up and take notice. THE i I i ' Umlnwt I.ocl nnd N(tl (nr Differ wi'h Hililitlonnl ItiMTtlnn. OWtOHtif. Kttotutlotit anil Curd ol Think 10c r)Btt. ddrm th paprrrmt to n Bnlrlln' dtlrtrr olO uddrcn In innUiik- -titbc tli matt ptr Hot utid 5c Sc ptr Hot. rnoiiej In ndviince. Cbarch .Sotlwo for ttrvlwt fr". but nth iKlrcrtlfr mmf. ? pr lltif. ABonTicoo lominnnloBtlona will rtttlTr to tULtlCL Cnm'barl&ni ...... r&inurt' 2 Mtiaal .13 FItlDAV, JUNE 18. ANNOUNCES! EXT. For Circuit Judge. We are authorized to announce HON. T. F. BIRKHEAD, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge In this, the Sixth Judicial district. General Primary election August 7, 1915. We cannot, regulate the morals Better let Christof our neighbor. ianity and the law do that. The administration warned American citizens out of Mexico, and no doubt Germany thought we would warn them off the high seas. Jt would have been worth a man's life In Kentucky to have said the things, a few years ago, that Democrats are now saying about Bryan. From all indications he will not tour Kentucky this fall, on a 'special' train, for the Democratic State ticket. Whether Champ Clark says it out in meeting or not, it is safe to bet that he is thinking tbusly: "Well, Bryan brought about Wilson's nomination at Baltimore through treachery, that he should turn traitor to .his Chief is no more than might have Another Tariff Act Blunder. The provision in the Underwood-Wilso- n Tariff, act that a 5 per cent, reduction be, made on all imports in American ships is not the only blun der In that act, but for the govern- ment it is likely to prove about the been expected. most serious one. It has been decided by the court Jt will be remembered that when of Customs Appeals that this reducthe Republicans had their troubles, tion must be allowed also in the case n, few years ago, our Democratic of ships of those nations with which 'friends had a great deal of advice to American .has commercial treaties, offer us-- Most of it in a sarcastic and that is practically all, except ' rein. Even Mr. Bryan was not free France and Russia and a few small jCrom it. Let us return good for evil. countries. Warning was given at the We will show the "Prince of Peace," time that this would be the effect of when be is being reviled on all sides the provision, but the by bis own people, that we are really (Tariff thinkers thought they knew for peace, both domestic and foreign. UtHlcr, Republican Candidates for the nomination for Circuit Court Clerk in Ohio county have signed an Iron clad agreement, binding themselves not to use money, or other things of value, to influence the voters in the primary. This step Is very commendable and is in keeping with the advanced position of the party upon Having made this auch questions. agreement, It must be lived up to, or the nomination, if secured by a violator of the compact, will he worthless. Let us help these candidates who are to be congratulated upon their efforts to purify the ballot and procure a choice by the people which will reflect the honest sentiment of .the voters, in their efforts in this direction. There should be a great mass meeting held at he court house in Hartford, or a number of such meetings at various points In the County to express sentiment In an effort to let it be known that while SO per cent of our citizens may he members of the Consolidated Tobacco Growers 80 per cent, are not criminals. This meeting, or meetings, should be held in broad daylight, in the glare of the noonday sun. The meetings should not be held in houses nor Isolated barns. We do not believe that one per cent, of our people are lawless, hut a reckless, thoughtless element, led by a lew designing men, who nro capable of any crime, havo taken of an organization, the primary purpose of which wns good, nnd meant to iibslst those who need it. Howovor, Ignorant and criminal men havo probably destroyed Its use-- , fulness by using It to discharge some grudge or In tin attempt to right hobio porsounl grlovoaneos Tlio editor of thin pnpur lias always stood for tlio farmer nnd his interests. Ho 1ms stood for organized labor ami l)as don a so when it mount a personal sacrifice. Ho still Mauds for thnni, but he Is ovorlnstlngly sigaliibt any man or not of inon who would tako to the taw into thulr own hand twuttwi or puiium their lenow man, itt miter wkHt th pretext, us Iihk Iiqmn iou la various Metioua of tlio ed Unites this opinion of the Customs Court can be upset in the Supreme Court it will Involve a refund by the government, of an estimated already collected and an annual loss calculated at UO.000,000 $20.-000,0- more, and this Is not a time when the government can conveniently spare such amounts. It Is, however, one of the penalties to be paid for one kind of statesmanship. Though the Democratic party has repeatedly declared its opposition to subsidies, this provision in its Tariff bill was a distinct subsidy offered could American ships. Subsidies have been provided had It not been sought to disguise the purpose, without including foreign ships In the benefits. Philadelphia Telegraph. , A Market in Siberiu. In a single year recently Siberia received a net imlgratlon from European Russia of CG4.000 persons. The majority of these were peasants, taking up lands in the Eastern steppes. Such figures ought to help dispel the prevalent American notion that Siberia Is a vast and lonesome compound of snowstorms, political wolves and frozen mercury. In reality, Siberia probably has more cultivable land than Canada, and her forests are not much short of the Canadian standard. She has unusual mineral resources, too. Nothing that the Husslun government can organize In tho way of settlement compares In efficiency with tho spontaneous colonization of the American European to West, but according Htuuilards tho peopling of Siberia is going on very well. Thoro ought to he a market for among American farm machinery those Siberian settlers. pon-vlcts, i j ' ("AKii consty. W vcr cent, of re la-- Host quality Mixed Paint, any color, $1.40 par gallon. Puro Load Sc per pound. Pure Linseed Oil 70c per gallon. All kinds building Material vary low. Shingles JJ3.25 Kxtra Star-A.Stper 1,000. Sewing Also VJ fOQoml-lmn- d some good as now, from ?1 to $10.00 oaoh. tits iiluoty-iilii- a HAJITFOUD MILL CO. abiding oltlzons to ' j I ar Ma-chin- ihici:s. Insufficient ventilation. The fact mm uiuiniuru is uuservcu more ire - ijj, qucntly on cement walls and floors ' g-Mias given the Impression that ce- - Jgj STOCK ment "draws moisture" nnd that Its ?$ use in stable construction Is objec- - jjj tlonahlc for that reason. As a mat- tor of fact, cement walls nnd floors $ Ventilation of Stables have the opposite effect. Ilecauso b they are cooler than wooden struc- - $j cussed in Able Manner. turcs, they condense the moisture In the damp air of the stable nnd leave weaththe nlr dryer than If no condensa How the Home of the Horse tlon had occured. What Is really is going to force needed in damp stables is n system ' Should be Aired to Preof ventilation which will provide for less it you will to an nctlvo circulation of air. vent Disease. is The stuffy feeling nnd more or M to v. less offensive odor which arc exper- - ( hf & Being assured that the Ohio counienced on entering a stable In the . Hi , ty farmers as a rule, do not look nf-t- morning are due to the poisonous ?f of substances given off from the lungs . the housing of their stock in tlio of nnlmnls during the night. A -- !.. I. qualnonrtnx ....,..,.-- . t.tn ,,,...1 .u.r .1tn... mnnttn. ., a a t, '"""- scientist conducted some experiments Ing article on ventilation nnd stables in Mini uui just now poisonous inosc ity. from Successful Farming, believing of the vapor breathed out a-your disposal that It will be of much Interest to from the lungs of an animal and ,"j Injected a small amount (IS cubic 'St our farmers: or more of centimeters) into a rabbit and Ihe;? Wnter, water everywhere , but not rabbit died from the effect of tho"j & a drop to drink" sang the sailors poison. (SJ : cast adrift on tlio briny ocean, nnd If The percentage of dust particles j of man a they could make themselves under- nnd bacteria In tlio air of stables stood, our farm animals might give depends upon tlio degree of cleanll-- 0 :; similar expressions concerning the ness practiced upon the circulation horses. air of their quarters after they have of air. Many forms of bacteria In - is breathed It over and over until it crease In decaying organic matter saving will soon Is laden with Impurlltles anddeprlved and cracks or crevices collect refuse oxygen. of its decays nnd serves as an In which all advanAir is just as indispensable to nn cubator for bacteria to be later pick animal as Is water, grain, liny, etc., ed up by the air. Unless the nlr Is insavings and, ns a matter of fact, nn animal changed sufficiently often to prevent can ilvc several times as long without its becoming too throughly Impregof you cither food or drink, or both, ns It nated with dust and bacteria, they if can without air. And it Is not just become n serious detriment und men-ne- e & air that they need, but a change of to animals breathing it. air whereby the exhausted and polA Preventive of Disease. luted air is exchanged for new, fresh Sleeping out of doors where venall styles air. It is so abundant about us and tilation Is thorough and complete we procure It usually so unconsciousto to ecoly that Its necessity does not fully has been found the most effective m treatment for n number of human impress us. The presence of pollutto. one of the best ed or exhausted air can only be de- ailments, nnd also preventative measures. In the same tected by breathing it for a time nnd demonus. good ventilation is nn effecreason it frequently goes manner for that tive preventative of disease in stock. unnoticed in a stable until it reaches It is an extreme degree. The only safe germs now generally recognized that of tubercolosis, hog cholera, method where large numbers of animany other contageous diseases are housed together in close and mals are likely to be breathed into the stables Is to make ample provision lungs almost any day and it is therepassage or air into and out of for the fore important that animals be kept m the building. in vigorous condition at all times in Let us first consider what happens order that they may be rble to reto air when It Is breathed by an anisist an Invasion of disease. When mal and then we can better underthey are forced to breathe air which stand, the question of ventilation. has been used over and over until 5 The very fact that it is drawn Into Its oxygen supply is largely exhaustthe body and the forced out again ed, their systems are weakened and indicates that only a part of it is germs can more easily gain a footrTTTTTTTTTTTT used and the remainder is discarded. hold. Add to this the fact that poor part-an- d Oxygen is the valuable that ventilation forces an animal to resist is the element separated out by the came germ not only once but sevlungs an dcarried throughout the tho eral times and you can readily realbody. I never saw any oxygen, neiize how, under such conditions, germs ther did you. for it is an invisible, will soon become so numerous In the colorless, odorless tasteless gas. Pracair' that an animal already weakened tically all fire Is the result nf the nmKln,nn gt enmo nlemnnl nr ola. by an insufficient amount of oxygen cannot longer protect Itself against very m(mts wUh oxygcn and you them. soon put out a fire by depriving it of Of course. It Is not possible to oxygen. It you don't believe it, just try lighting a candle and placing It take out all the impure air and reSome socks look at under a glass jar which Is inverted place it with fresh, pure air. By on a piece of glass or on a smooth ventilation, pure air Is admitted and though they had been tarsurface. Place grease, paraffine, or foul air expelled, but they become gets for 42 centimeter howsimilar material around the edge of mixed to some extent in the process. itzers or 15 inch naval guns. With this in mind, it is evident that the Jar so as to keep air from get ting into it and the fire will go out there is always a certain percentage Remember this fact : We as soon as It has burned up all the of linpurltlea In the air of buildings. carry socks that last longest. oxygen in the air. In Just the same JUSl ,low Breal l" Percentage i ",e Without a detriment They're as near hole proof war that a fire Is amntherorl n.it l.v ' Purtt' I twtrl t It as possible. They give longbeing deprled of oxygen, an animal lino tin i'i liontt aft ft olf i at oimi ) A V m i!!!'J,';,',' will smother unless oxygen is con- hut in plnnulng systems of ventllaest service. tlon It Is generally assumed that If stantly available. fair in a building is changed at such Sensible socks in plain How Respiration A fleets the Air. One effect of respiration is to re- - a rate as to never contain more than blacks. Serviceable socks move a portion oi mo oxygen iroin about four per cent of ulr which has in fancy designs and catchy the air taken in so that when it Is been breathed, the ventilation is colors. breathed out It contains less than a good. Accurate' observations' have been normal percentage of that element. Tho lungs, however, practice re- mailo of the amounts of air breathed ciprocity and give something In re- by different animals in a given length turn for oxygen received. The air of time. Hased upon these observaas It is exhaled contains carbon dinx- - tions and the rate at which air should ide, ammonia, marsh gas, moisture, bo changed to prevent its becoming KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, bacteria, and various waste products overcharged with impurities, Profes4of the body. Unless tho air about sor F. II. King has made the followan animal is constantly changing, ing estimate as to the amount of air new barn. It can be installed In nn the animal Is forced to draw back which should be supplied to a stable old barn at moderate cost. AFTER GOOD FEED - per hour for different animals; for a into its lungs the Impurities pre. vlously exhaled and is deprived of horse weighing 1000 lbs., 4296 cu. Notice to Water Userx. ft.; for a cow equal weight, 3542 cu. tho necessary oxygen. Any water users of Hartford who In addition to the impurities given ft.; for a 1501b hog 1392 cu. ft.. person to use his Just to give a littlo better Idea of allows any outside off by nnlmuls, the air in a stable hydrant for washing automobiles or and often the meaning of these figures, the any contains dust particles other purpose, will bo charged germs of many kinds which hnvo amount of air per hour necessary to double the rate he is now paying or multiplied in tho litter and refuse. give proper ventilation for a horse his water supply will bo cut off. Theso servo to further pollute the wolghlng lOOOlbs., would n little KY. LIGHT & POWER CO., venti- moro than fill a box stall sixteen feet nlr and increase the need for 48t2 E. G. HAHRASS, Mgr. square and sixteen feet high. lation. . This does not mean that an animal body Thu molsturo taken into tho raid (r Thanks. with food nnd us drink must bo re- needs the amount of btublo space The husband and children of Mrs. largo portion Is given off mentioned; It refers to cubic feet of moved nnd a Racheal V. Rhoades, deceased, desiro through tho lungs nnd skin In the air und not cubic feet of space. So to express our thanks and heart felt If you uro nftnr Good Feed como , vapor. If you want far ns ventilation Is concerned, only form of invisible appreciation- - to tho neighbors und to got nn idon of the amount of mois- suillclout space need be provided to friends, who were so kind during her to our store. Don't bo satisfied with ture given off by a cow, just hold n give ainpld room In caring for tho Inst illness, and for tho many nlco 2nd or 3rd rate stuff when the bast piece of glass whero sho will breathe animals, but tho air must bo changed (lowers. May God richly bless you is obtainable at ordinary prices. Car upon It. Unless the nlr In the build- often enough to keep it puro. Tho ramlly. loadB of liny, Corn und Oats are It Is not necessary to provide elab- all. ing Is changed sufficiently often, it o received ovory few days, and all of becomes so dump that It Interferes orate or oxpouslvo equipment hut It is Ailiulnislrntoi-Notice. it is of the highest quality of its kind. with tho action of the lungs and essential to so arrange the ventilaAll persons having claims against Whatever the grnde of goods needed. skin In porforiiilug thulr Important tion dovico that tho foul ulr will bo removed and puro air admitted by tho estate of A. 11. Leach, deceased that grade Is hero nt the lowest function. taking mlvuutugo of tho natural for- are hereby notified to present them prices. Ventilation Itemoves Dampness It is not uncommon to find drops ces which causo movumonts of air. to bo properly provon on or boforo I rir r t3T)f I . Cq of njolsturo coiidonsod upon tho walls It is not uecassary to postpone tho July 1, 191C, or they will bo barred. U . The Proiluro Merchants ALBERT LEACH, Adm'r, floor and ceiling of a stablo and it installation of nn efllcient system of . Heaver Dam, Ky. HARTFORD, KEXTUCK1. ib ouo of tho surost Indications of ventilation until tho erection of a 48t3 MING PROPER IjBJgHsiOSfOrisfOij I CAREOF ! BUY THE absolutely necessary I i OLIVER 0 0 0 0 ' 0 0 The continued unreasonable 0 0 er for cultivating 0 do do quick or 0 crop. you than make a good 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 er I ( Good cultivation and plenty it J 0 bigger yield and better We can improve your cultivating ability by placing at one the FAMOUS OLIVER makes CULTIVATORS. 0 horses can and pair One 0 do more and better cultivating, than 0 two men and two This pay for the llfe-lvin- g Oliver. Considering these that you ride tages and stead walking are inconsistent you don't buy yourself an OLIVER 0 CULTIVATOR. We have I demonstrate nomical use you can put it Phone We will send a strator to show you. ready and we are you the i E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $ fte$e$$$Her$$$&3$$r$ Shot Full m Of Holes! I '"' 1 I IH V kr Hub Clothing Company - J nrriO EivLio Di? 4 IT'S HERE AT LAST! We mean the Warm Weather and so are our There will be a big game of base-.ba- ll MASS MEETING OF nt the local park next 8aturtlay between the Itockport afternoon I OHIO CO. REPUBLICANS 'nnd Harlfortl teams. Knch side has nnd It promises to n strong llnc-u- p be a great game. A tiro at Fordsvllle Inst Friday Is Held In Hartford Saturday-Resolut- ions night destroyed tho tobacco factory Are of J. 11. Westerfluld nnd livery stable nnd grocery store of 11. K. WalAdopted. lace. Tho damage wns f 10,000 with 6 only $ 2,000 on tho Wallnco buildings. I T5he FREE Day REMEMBER! Thursday, July 15, 3:00 P. M. is the Day and the Hour We Giue Hway One Hot Weather wearables. We are prepared to show everything new in you thin White Sheer Material, such as GABERDINE, LOTH, MIDDY-C- HartforcURepublican. Chairman Darnett appointed the following gentlemen as a committee on resolutions:' A. D. Kirk, C. E. ORGANDIES, INDIA LINON, Crowder, Joe E. Park, I. S. Mason, ;1 nnd Richard Baker. comMULLS, ETC. Also Otto C. Martin tendered his resignation as chairman of the Execur?j tive Committee, he being a candidate MCClLti plete line of LACES in W tfl for Circuit Court Clerk, and his resignation was referred' to the secretawill cost you nothing. Assortment of ry of the Executive Committee for ac Ore c( the Clue Suits Which Are So there at 3 o'clock p. m. tion by that Committee. L2.1l Mil.. U Home qualities and prices. The Committee on resolutions re ( oet No. f6j;; McCall, Patterns k Two of the many kirt No CGoo ported as follows: lew First. We indorse the call for this Perhaps you are need tints ilrtigns fur July. l'rice, I each. convention. Chulrnuin Helens. ing: this kind of material. If not, let us Second. We heartily indore the To the Members of the Republican candidacy of Hon. E. P. Morrow for Executive Committee for Ohio Counshow you, anyway. the Republican nomination for Govty: We carry in stock a complete line of McCall Having become a can- ernor of Kentucky, and pledge him Greetings: our support In the primary and in didate for the Republican nominaPatterns, Salesladies to offer any suggestions, tion for Circuit Court Clerk before the general election. Third. Believing that the Repubthe Primary of August the 7th 1915, our store thereby making your shopping Party rule adopted by the lican candidate for Circuit Judge In and the this district should be given to Ohio State Executive Committee of the county pleasure. at this time and having confiRepublican Party In the state of dence in the ability and fitness of IT PAYS TO Kentucky, prohibiting a candidate Remember this ane also our countyman, Hon. M. L. Heavrln, for a nomination in tho party from request SATES YOU WITH A HOUSE THAT TRADE serving as a member of the County for the position, we hereby Committee, I hereby ten- him to become a candidate before tho Executive primary, and pledge him our hearty MONEY. der my resignation to your honorablo support in that race. your Chairman; Said resigbody as Fourth. We indorse tho candidanation to become effective at once. cy of Prof. J. Logan Stillwell for the My association with the County ExRepublican nomination for State Suecutive Committee has been most every respect! and my on- perintendent of Public Instruction, pleasant lu pledge him our support in the ly reason for resigning is the one and deeply Indebted to primary and general elections. set above. I feel Fifth. The following voters of the Committee for the honor they Ohio county are hereby appointed upon mo in electing me bestowed delegates to the Lexington State the head of their committee and I my two years with Platform Convention on next Tuesassure them that they are un- tlinfn will nlvftvn hft nnn nf tfiA mnar day, June 15, 1915, and my political Instructed, except they are to vote as pleasant experiences of ... . unit ujjuii ttii ijucoiiuuo iuai luaj The stork left a, fine boy with Mr. arise, and to act for the best Interest With best wishes to each and everytj.. V and Mrs. A. A. Sheffield, 'about three party: Tom H. -- ,of the Republican miles west of Hartford, Tuesday member of the Committee and , of th npm.hlfr.nn nartv Black' 0wen Hunter- - W- - S' T,nsley- morning. FIUDAY, JUNK 18. , ... a S. Bennett, r, r ucuruu juuuauii, a xt... 111 lUU I.UUIU), Sliuitl uuu nuiiun, Hon. E. P. Morrow will deliver an Herschel Taylor, Dr. Wlllard Lake, remain, Mack Cook, C. E. Crowder, C. M. L H. & HT. Ii. It. It. TIMK TABLK. old time speech, on the good old docSincerely Yours, Ellfnltch 9:20 a.m. trine, next Friday June 25. RememBarnett, Frank Black, James Ashley, No. 115 due at OTTO C. MARTIN, 'J. M. DeWeese, W. S. Gaines, T. D. No. 114 due at Ellmltch 6:15 p.m. ber the date. Chairman of the Republican Ex. 3:40 p.m. Owen, Herbert Render, Logan Smith, No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch Be sure to make your arraign- ecutive Committee. . 3:40 p.m. ments to Ar. Irvlngton Jack Dempsey, Everett Llles, Vernon tho Morrow speakattend . 5:46 p.m. ing Ly. Irvlngton Crowder, O. T. Burdett, M. L. Heavat Fordsvllle next Friday, Juno Circuit Court Note. p.m. 25th. 2 p. m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 convened rln, Dr. E. P. Rogers, Grant Pollard, Tho Ohio Circuit Court WE POINT WITH PR.IDE TooVR SHOE DED. A. Car- No. 111 Lv. Louisville . 8:35 a. m. Don't fail To stopwTtiTus for good here Monday for tho regular 2 weeks ' J. W. Odell, Walter Blair, Ar. Irvlngton . ,10:06 a. m. Meals, Soft Drinks, Fruits, Cigars June term. Judge Blrkhead pre - ter, W. H. Maddox, I. S. Mason, Earl WE TAKE CAR.E IN PICKING PARTMENT. .10:40 a.m. Smith, Wm. Frymlre, Ellis Mitchell, Lv. Irvlngton sides. Tobaccos. and . 1:04 a. in. OUR 5HOE-5. OUT WE GET Ar. Ellmltch Tho prntul tnrv no follows wan . Si O. Keown, Cicero Whittinghlll, S. CITY RESTAURANT. 48t2 L. Phillips, Walter Mldkiff, D. B. empaneled: W. J. French, Thomas Mrs. Mtifnlo Wedding, Miss Nora "WIDTHS" TO FIT ANY FOOT. Bartlett, J. C. Hill, Dr. A. D. Park, M., II. & E. It. It. TIME TABLE, Wedding, Walter Wedding and Miss Loyd, Joe C. Hocker, J. T. Ralph, Bound, No. 115 Baker, Tom Wallace, F. L. Richard South left Tucsdny for C. C. Moseley, C. R. Ashby, J. E. Sanderfur, Lon Ralph. YOU WILL TAKE GOOD CAR.E OF YOUR, 8:45 a. in. Helen Rentrow, Due at Hartford Maddox, J. W. Gray, P M. Brown, Antonln, Texns. San Bound, No. Ill Respectfully submitted, North T. H. Loyd, J. II. Davis and W. F. FEET WHEN YOU SHoE THEM AT OUR, STORE. Mri I. i. luiriiard and Mr. nnd 6:15 p. in. C. E. CROWDER, Due at Hartford Stevens. Mr. T. H. Loyd was namLouisville, Bardwell, Mrs. M. M (Both "Mixed Trains.) I. S. MASON, OUR .SHOE.? PO.S.SE-S..STYLE,CoMFoRT AND' ed as foreman. spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. KIRK, Tho grand Jury assembled after Rowan Hoolbrooks Monday. RICHARD BAKER, WEAR. Instructions from Mr. Rlngo and a es Wire cloth at S. L. Kings. on Farm and talk from Judge Blrkhead, and seJOE E. PARK, For lower-pricYOU WILL AL-So- . Committee. TAKE CARE OF YOUR Mrs. Maggie Griffin left Saturday Poultry Fencing and Barbed Wire, lected Thomas Loyd as sheriff and ACTON BROS., The Convention then adjourned. call on for Owensboro. J. T. Ralph as clerk. MONEY WHEN YOU 5UY SHOE.S FROM VS. Hartford, Ky.. , The petit Jury Is as follows: W. Ice Cream and Cold Drinks served 40tf Now Piim Organ for Methodists.. high gradoTeiTnsyivnnla Coal A. Hlggs, R. H. Gillisple, Hooker Wll 48t2 For at City Restaurant OUR PRICE ON JHOEJ ARE LOW. A movement Is on foot to buy a 14 Hams, Oil, call on or 'phono H. K. Bennett, V. S. Condlct, Hear Morrow ut FordsvTilo Friday pipe organ for tho new Methodist O. T. O'BANNON. iV. P. Crowe, C. I. Mxey, E. L. church here. It is hoped that this June, 25th nt 2 p. 111. Hartford, Ky. Shown, Warren Ashley, Wilson 45t4 while attending will be done as a pipe organ would For Good Meals Dept. Sheriff Jackson, of Butler Shields, A N. Fulton! Gilbert Sharp, add very much to the beauty of court, stop at City Restaurant.48t2 rCounty, brought Charles Barnes, un- Lafe Welter, Oscar Turner, J. W. If you "wanftoiea- an orator, der guard, bofore tho grand Jury yes- Butler, J. D. Duke, S. M. Brown church services. hoar Morrow at Fordsvllle, Friday, terday to testify against persons who and W. A. Clark. Maoon Mitchell. 25th. Morton K. Yonts, of Louisville, had whipped him. Mr. 55. Wilbur Mitchell and Miss WedMr. Charlie Turner returned Candidates fo office In the August Judge J. C. Graham, Leltchfleld and Ismny Lucile Mason were married INCORPORATED, nesday from a business trip to Louis- nrlmnrv cun obtain necessary blanks J. R. Higdon of Owensboro are visit- - at Owensboro, Ky., Monday of last attorneys ville. week, Rev. Tiraberlako performing for notification at Ohio ounty Clerks ln& Trillin. Mtsses" Collins returned homo oltice. The tho ceremony. The brldo Is the W. W. Downey vs. I. C. R. R. Co., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Mafrom a visit to relatives ut Barrett W. C. BLANKENSH1P, C. O. verdict 17,000 for plff. " nson, while tho groom is the sou of Ferry. We ca- furnish you Daybreak Emerson Rogers vs W. C. Blanken-shi- Dr. Georgo Mitchell. MurloTTCrowo'is the guest of Corn nnd Tobacco Grower Fertilizer Mr. dismissed puttied. Tho brldo and groom, who are his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. at reasonable prices. W. 1). Hocker vs. J. D. Hnugh. among Beuvcr Dam's most popular to the oltice of Circuit tho expenses of tho taxpayers ACTON BROS.. Crowo. in tho Judgment for plff. for $00. young people, h'avo tho very best JudKO of this (tho Sixth) Judicial District since ho has been in offlco Hartford, Ky. CloTiwanywldth from 24 to 40tf Wire Howling vs. Evnnsvlllo Com'th wishes of their many friends, oven i District, subject to tho action of more than $90,000. 40 Inches, black and galvanized, nt Lesllo Dehart was sent to Jail yes- Green Packet Co. 7 enses continued. If they did "steal" a march on them. Democrats on tho llrst Snturday In Judgo Birkheud has discharged tho contempt by King's. S. L. terday fternoon for T. C. Poytou vs. Williams Coal Co. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell returned to1 next August, duties of his oiilco in a ory com- arllllTirMllfer, of Central Judge BlrkhoaiL Dehart repeatedly dismissed bettlcd. Master Heaver Dam Immediately after the Judgo Illrlthea'd Is too well known mondable way, and this Is much to City is tho guest of his grandmother, talked out during a trial in which Mary E. Dehurt vs. I M. Hoover, , ceremony. to the people of Ohio County to need inn cruuii. u nua been said that his wife was plaintiff. Miller. Mrs, Dr. on trial. nuy special, introduction from us, "by their works o shall Know Mr. Ira Bean, traveling salesman W. S. Likens vs. I. C R. R. Co. conFaun, Near WlilteMlHe, For Sale. Ills record lu olllce speukn for him In them," nnd it would be v. ell for Tho Missei May, 01 wwensboro, tho uml Mrs. Er- for tho Kentucky Clothing Co., was tinued. Wo have listed with us a good 108 nro tho guests of Mr. no uncertain way. fHe lias mado a jot its to romeinbcr this lu selecting following persons undor In- ncro farm 4 Vi miles South of culled homo from tho South last Tho nest Woodward. splendid and remarkably good re- a uiait for tills Important office btcnog-raphweek on account of tho serious ill- dictment for murder, lu connection Whltesvlllo, about half of It bottom Mr. Marvin Miller, olllclul 0" Dt-- s Judgo J. with tho klllfng of Hanson Maddox, innd, nnd forty acres in timber in- cord during Ills incumbency of olllce. ness of his father-in-lafor the Sixth Judicial Oritur to Cut Your Wwils. He has demonstrated an etllclent exeP. Miller. of color, at Itockport, have been ar- cluding r8 gum, besides various other There Is an ordinance trict, is lu attendance at court. against cution of tho law and has mudo a Jess trees. No buildings. See us for A draft for $500 has been received rested by Sheriff Keown; R. O. Keown. who hud been Mr namo for himself In this respect sec- peoplo allowing weeds to grow lit Hon-drlJim prices. Fred Lanhnni, by Commander U. R. Riley in favor .....1.1.,., rointivpx and iricium i ond to iiouo of like record in tho front of tholr premises lu Hartford .. . , ....... . , ., ,. rieinui, 11AUNKTT & SON, Agents. Jr., Robert Green, Estill oi wi ...."..". j has returnuu statu. Ho has been energetic In All citizens are hereby warned to Uardstown, Ky., Robert Swain, Thormnn a member of tho local keeping tho court dockets clear, and obsorvo this ordinance and cut tholr Jno. Blrchor left ley, who was Mr. and Mrs. ltlrl.li;nil For .1iu1k. ,0(J of nmcca,eu3. Tills Is a very Keown, Sam Robertson, Clurenco j Saturday or Ilramlt in tho Republican to- - has oxpedlted tho court's process at , woods ut onco, and also clean up Elsewhere t 60ttlamQut, whloh has al- - Durall. Alto Tom Williams and Elavailable point. Ho , claims their premises. n nrpiilpn t nf T. every .... .. .!.,.. -- lays been true when death has oyu . upr""" Af.lA vis Williams charged with unlawful- uuj nnnonrii tlm iinnll i r m . uannu, !.. by w. c w oi jiuvhib jvvvu marsnni la a caudldate for the distinction ly banding together to Injure others P, Ulrkhead, who fl tho rankg Qf (h(g order Miss Foot. i PALM BEACH, a WitlW'?) K various There will be prcnchlng nt the Methodjst church In Hartford next Sunday morning and night by the pastor, Hev. H. W. Napier. Morning subject, "Tho Immorality of Influ Memence." Everybody Invited. bers nrc requested to bring their envelopes. Mr Cloburn Miller and wife, of Dallas, Texas, are tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira Ilean nnd other relatives here. They were summoned to Hartford on account of tho serious Illness of Mr. Miller's father, Judge J. P. Miller, whom, wo are glad to ho nble to state, Is thought to be some better. The following Ohio County Republicans attended the State Convention at Lexington this week; Messrs Otto C. Martin, W. S. Tlnsley, T. H. Black, Frank Mack, Wallace alley, C. M. Harnett, Hartford; J. I.ogan Still well, Albert Leach, Ueaver Dam; Dr. Wlllard Lake, Simmons; J. II. Thomas, Narrows; C. K. Crowder, Horton and A. S. Bennett, Louisville. Hartford, Ky., June 12. A mass convention of tho Republican voters of Ohio County, met pursuant to a call of the Chairman of the executive Committee of the county.nt the Court House In Hartford, on Saturday, June 12, 1915. Tho meeting was called to order by Chairman Otto C. C. M. Mart In, and upon motion Darnett was unanimously elected to preside as chairman of the convention, with Prof. II. E. Brown as sec- f "The FREE" Sewing Machine. I SOMEONE will bo that retary. day and you may lie the fortunate one. We have distributed thousands of coupons for the awarding ar.d you are urged to fill yours out and deposit it at our store and let us explain the plan to you. We will gladly present you with a coupon. It Don't forget the date and be just E. F. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Tajan., ISLy. at a real that rfl K BSA Jtexi&Gb, (i WPjCOjgpRTkgM STYLE ,M OUR SHOES J HAVE i ,,, a. o.. 1 . I . ENOUGH J CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. p, I -- ur ' Ful-kerso- n, !..., - .,,., x. lt, SRC IplT ...... ....-- ' nl.um.. ..... dlMWi ..T! Jiur'ni-i- . 1 I nnillll rllllll II II I HARTFORD, ICr. Tobacco growers In Hourbon coun- yard?. Thence on tho lands of W. breeding of typhoid or bouse My. Hor- Will practice hlu profusion In Mt 'ax will not kill the adult fly, but will ty, Ky, transplanted thousands of A. Hfvcr lnn south direction 200 adjoining cuunUew. Comuierajmi i and WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE FROM THE jtterlHze the fly eggs whether found plants last week. The demand for yards. Thence on tho land of J. H. and Criinlual l'mcticu a Specialty. 111 manure, garbage or any Kind or labor was groat, some farmers pay- - York In nn east direction 100 yards; VIEWPOINT OF LEADING lng thirty and forty cents an hour thence on same land In south dlrcc- 'crevices in floors. parmprq iOFAMERICANi lion 400 yards. Thence Vn land of The above experiments proved thnt for setting plants, and twenty-liv- e C. ('. lllnes in a south direction 400 0.G2 of a pound of borax or 0.75 of a cents nn hour for pulling plants. In alty where good hotel Much tobacco has been set out In yards to a stake on the north side of Law Why should women vote? That is pound of calcined colemanltc (crude bound, " the Powhatan heals th Hrcckenrldge county, Ky but there tho now Hartford & I.eltcli field pub- Int. the question that Is ringing from calcium borate) would Kill HARTFORD, KY. It li first In the hearts of iti ocean to ocean and reverberating from gots in eight bushels of horse inn- -, is more to set out. Plants nre small He road, leading to Hoslnc & Sulphur countrymen. Minora V. 11. U.iriutj uud C. IB 'springs public road. The said road Mexi- nurc. tho Canadian boundary to the In garbage cans and refusojnnd ns a rule are not big enough to Smith aunounou that tlmy havt form-- a ' can border. It is the mission of a piles, two ounces of either of the set out. If this season continues n to be .10 feet wide. . partih-rslttj- i tor tho coiicml pnic newpaper to give the news and the above substances prevented fles from good deal more will be transplanted, Petitioners say thnt If this road Uce of law, excupt citlmlnal and dlvor tjKjHuJlT action of the Texas Farmers' Union breeding. ns the plants nre growing very well. can bo established It will be a great" , Mr. Smith Iniug County Attorcist-in opposing woman's suffrage when It has been estimated that some- convenience to the public generally The method of using the borax of ney la pruveiitud from that question was recently before the audi Texas legislature Id significant as colemanlte is as follows: It should thing like sixty per cent of tho to- in traveling to church, schnolhouse, edsvv Mr. Lkirina will Individually representing the attitude of the or- be sprinkled, In the quantities given bacco crop In Montgomery county, mill, railroad and getting tho mall. In Offloid aocfpt ttuih practtou. ganized plowmen. Wo reproduce In above, around the outer edge of the Tenn., which wns grown last jcar Witness our signatures this the j Hartford Republican Imlldlug, HartThe Towhatan 11 refined, ex j part the argument presented by Hon. pile of manure, through a has been set out,. In some sections 2Sth day of Mny, 1915, . clume, and restful. Its excelford, K" lent location on Pennsylvania W. D. Leu is, president of the Texas sieve. Immediately after, the ma- very few have planted, In other neigh .1. 11. YOHK Avenue, 18th ami It Mrcets. Union, In opposing the bill: nure should be sprinkled with water borhoods the farmers have set even farmers' makes it a desirable headquarLAFE WKLLEK ters for bridal couple, tourist "It is gratifying to note that it Is in the proportion of two or thrco more than they grew last year. T WsliKMHAiTON lllllll MAKTI.t arties, contentions. Schools and C. C. MINES ( iiiinwrll, K.T. IliirtloriJ, hy, not the farmer's wife who Is clamoring gallons to eight bushels of manure. colleges. , In Fleming county, Ky., the rain W. A. DEVER for the ballot. She is too busy The Pcmhatan attracts the & MARTIN Is very desirable that a little bor- has caused the tobacco plants to STRATT0N rcople of culture and education. trying to make happier homes, mold- It HAHDIN MINTON Its proximity to State, War and ing the minds of future citizens and ax be sprinkled dally Instead of wait- grow very rapidly and now a large Attornoys at Law In compliance with Chapter No. Navv Departments, alio to man? points of historical interest, sharing with her husband the cares ing until a large pile has accumu- amount of tobacco has been trans- SO of the acts of General Assembly CROMWELL, - KY. makes this hotel especially atSuch a of Kentucky 1914. 1 hereby publish of life to indulge In political gossip. lated, as the insecticide acts more planted In this county. tractive to a discriminating pubWill pructlco their profession .in till a ' eggs. As continual tobacco season has caused lic The ballot will give her no relief from promptly on the new-lai- d the foregoing notice. and djolulug counties. Colloctloue. The Powhatan offers rooms .drudgery, give no assistance in cloth- fly maggots congregate at the outer a great many farmers this year to with detached tath at 31. 50. T. M. I1ENTON, Commercial and Criminal 1'rucUco is ing the children or bring to the home edges of manure piles, most borax set their tobacco by hand, who have 32 00 and up. Rooms with priCo. Road Eng. Ohio Co. 49t2 Specialty. l'rompt and vigorous vate bath, J:.J0. 33.00 and up. additional comforts, conveniences or should be sprinkled there. in the past used a tobacco setter. Write for booklet with msp, service- - Notary In office. opportunities in life. It is, as a rule, flvo or six cents a county, Ky., tobacco At the cost of Nicholas CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. the city woman promoted to Idleness .Manager. ;31 by prosperity, who Is leading the suf- pound, it is estimated that the cost growers used all of the tobacco plants I of this treatment in city stables available to get out their crops, one fragette movement. "From many standpoints, perhaps should not exceed one cent per horse of the best seasons In years prevailFor Infants and Children ,n woman has as much right to vote per day. Hitherto the use of iron ing. The growers still complain of En Use For Over -Years jas a man. So has she as much right sulphate and potassium cyanide has the shortage in the supply of plants, I )WKinHi22fikBtlEl to plow as a man; she has as much been too expensive to allow of ex and those being used are in many Alwavs bears 3 mmti ,bo k.I fj it vuuil, tritj I . ttavMtftin PATCUTO (right to work In a factory as a man; tensive use. the cases very small and inferior, but Signature of Tbo nist economical, cleansing and , THAT PAY. iu uur jBhe has as much right to shoulder a ttpinM tuia iifip jvu to The moderate use of borax on ma- will probably live, as wet weather . Germicidal oi ail antiseptics 1st . , ljt IKal.l... Itylull..-. 10 .1. . l..t. tnm n. v a. .. .. i (musket as a man, but we would rather n.. Iu, MLI, i a I.K.U uuU There is every indica- gnn rtrl-nlube would not do so from choice nure has ben found to have no in- prevailed. 3 passing Rircr cnces. ) ivr tm 3un 3 (hh irn.fl-,- , Jnnd we regret that necessity ofttimes jurious action on tho subsequent use tion that the shortage of plants will 5 rial. t.illl-UE03-30i of the manure for agricultural pur cut the acreage from 'Compels her to earn a living by !3nvonth to OHIh OTON, O. O. i In gainful occupations. We do poses; the result of a more extensive one-fift- h in that county. A Ul A WV.UUIll Ikllllk.not consider misfortune a qualifica- use of borax in this connection has Farmers have begun setting to- A soluble Antiseptic Powder to tion for suffrage or a business ncci-ide- not yet been determined, but is being bacco in Woodford county, Ky., al- j Wedding , be dissolved in water as needed, a reason for granting franchise studied. though they cannot make much bpeetl As a medicinal antiseptic for douchr-,We are opposed to woman at the Designs. at it, owing to the scarcity of plants. in trout.: catarrh, ii...u...i..ou r , oauot dox tne same as wc are optJcc-atlWhile the present supply of plants is j posed to woman in the field, in the j fcm'n'ne Ills It no equal. short there is said to be lulte a lot T factory or in the army and for the FI nninT.c:'l,SC(i bJ"years th Lydia has PiaUiam FOR FLETCHER'S K. e II I I reasons. of small ones coming on whose I A We had rather 1 lKor tcn I LUiltUI iMct'.cIr.oCo.hasrccommcntcdPaxtino UUU I see her plant flowers than sow wheat; growth was delayed by the drouth. I .... (ti flint. 1.1. .l.n.n u iuvh jui.uiu vuirvsiiuuueiiuu wuu igather bouquets than pick cotton and The National Weekly They will be ready for planting in a Masonic Temple women, which proves its superiority. irear children than raise political very short while. It Is thought that Women who have been cured cay Tertians. OWENSBORO, KY. although she may have as much Firat I It is "worth its weight In gcV." At .right to do one as the other. Up to the present time the opera- about the acreage crop will be put drugshts. COc largo boz, or by mall. tions of the new tariff which the out. . Tho Paxtoa Toilet Co., Uoston, Mass. Opposed to Unsexlng Humanity. Until tlii". year Some tobacco plants have been set put in Democrats made such haste to Cotlitr's hat bcrn ' "Bex qualification for suffrage may effect have not been such as to pro- in Clark county, "Ky., but nothing (old at $5.50. Now ihave Its apparent inconsistencies. No mote prosperity such as the Demo- like as many as are usually transthe price is $2.iO general rule adjusts itself perfectly cratic party promised to provide. Our planted as this time of year. The anducliavesccutcd Ciiic aionccion here,to all conditions. It is a favorite crop will be short at this time, somereaders will recall that manufacturby "e can ulfcr it advanced by the proponents of were thing over half. Some beds Clrcult Court T. F. Blrkheaid, fAt a still further woman's suffrage that many cultivated ing operations were to be stimulated, completely destroyed, but Judge: Hen D. Kingo. Attorney; reduction in conthe others wnd ncble women are far more capa- the demand for labor was to be inP. Mldklff, Jailer; E. G. Barrass, nection with this growth. Weeds j Succeed when c'erythlng tiee fan. of Intelligently exercising sov creased so that there would be no are making rapid ble Clerl;; V. E. Ulrkhead, Master Compublication. in r.eivcus prcstrat.cn and female ereignty than a worthless negro, but Idlers among those willing to work, are coming quick and fast and the missioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee weaknesses they are the supreme Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff. Special Offer to Our Reader the South never was anxious for wages were to be better than before, farmers will soon have their bands remedy, cs thousands have testiSci Deputies S. A. Ilratcher; Hartford. negro suffrage, and while culture and while the cost of living was to be If the wet weather continues. 01 Itccoeniimi; the Ereai demand for Coffin's at FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND office deputies .Mrs. S. O. Keowu ail. refinement, and even morality, are greatly reduced. When these things the whole there are excellent prosthe new puce, we have made arrancements to Gllmoro Keonn. Court convenes first STOMACH TROUBLE Her it and our own publication each one jcar desirable virtues, they are not the actually come, to pass, when even pects for a crop in Clark county, alfor the price of CWfirr'aalone. Tin it a limited Monday in February and continues it is the best medicine ever sold effer and must he taken advantage of promptly. jnly qualifications for franchise. though the dry weather did some three Mccks; third Monday in April, over a druggist's counter. . "The primary, inherent and Insert- - with the aid of income taxes, war two weeks; third Monday in October, What You Get m Collier's. iftrable fitness for suffrage Is support taxes, and other devices of oppress- damage and the hail did some irretwo weeks. ing the citizens, the Wilson admin- parable damage. ing a family. The plow handle, the County Court John B. Wilson, Cetltrr'i Is the ant lig. Independent, fearless In Montgomery county, Ky., last weekly of the whole country. .Not only is it the forge and the struggle for bread istration Is able to provide sufficient Judge; W. C. Blanktnshlp, Clerk; irood citiren'a handbook hut it i 1I10 si C. experience necessary to properly funds to run the government trom week thousands of the young and E. Smith, Attorney. Hartford. the YOU Court convenes first Monday iu each masanne fora the whole family. Among arcs year's subscription give things that mark the ballot. Goternment Is a year"s end to year's end without a tender plants were transplanted from mouth. great big business and civilization deficit in the National Treasury, per- beds to the field soil during the heavy 1000 Editorials Quarterly Court Begins on the 600 New Photo from the very beginning nsslgned haps we shall be filled with 2 GO Short Articles the season prevalent over the country first .Monday In every month. s 'woman the home and man the ISO Short S tor if. Court or Calms Convenes first same glorious hope that seems to occasioned by the soaking rains, the 100 Illustrated Features affairs of life. Tuesday In January and first Tues2 Complete Novel first in many weeks. Many of the "There has been much freakish leg- spring eternal in the breast of Secreday In October. Treatment tary Iledfleld. Kidgeway (Pa.) Ad- - plants were small but with the seaCollier's $2.50 Ba'Ji fx otJj islation enacted during the nast de Other County Officers C. S. Mox-Iosonable weather they will get a good cade that no doubt appeals to woman's vocnte, for WEAK Surveyor, Fortlsvllle, Ky It. Hartford Republican start, while in many fields tho plants love for the ridiculous, but to under- F. D. No. 2; Tom Hines, LUNGS or Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Assessor, Superintake to unsex the human race by law used were of good size and were 'is the height of legislative folly and ready quite early for the transplant- CONSUMPTION tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Klley, Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Benton, a tragedy to mankind. ins. While most of the work was 7fvml mpn,Inn ,u!o ....! KniTlnr "We are opposed to the enual richts dono by hand, a large per cent, of a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for j JUSTICES' COURTS. of woman we want her to ever re-- ! Ed- - Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft- feeling, coughs, pains tho plants were put out with setter, ahat tired, main our superior. We consider! "'Km sweats, nemorrnages, weak: or 3U aionuay in Marcn, Tuesday aft some having been put Into the ground j" lungs or consumption. woman's desire to seek man's level cr 3d Monday In Juno, Tuesday aftbefore the heavy rains came, anil of 3d Monday In September, Tuesthe yellow peril of Twentieth Centuiy ' LUCK BOX 616 er OHIO MEDICAL CO. 'course they will get the benefit of COLUMBUS, a day after 3d Monday In December. civilization. L.. A. McDanlel, RocKport, Friday McCALL PATTERNS the excellent waterfall. The season "Woman is tho medium through Bv Lvclia E. Pinkrinm' Celebrated lor style, perfect fit, simplicity to after 3d Monday in March, Friday tBvaH If Compound and Wants has been u backward one on plants, Which angels whisper their messages' table tellibilltjr neirly 40 years. SoM in riearl after 3d MonUay In Juno, Friday every city an J town In the United States an Is yet time to have plants TlieTurice-a-Wee- k but there to mankind; It Is her hand that plants Edition Canadi, or by mail direct. More ml than after 3d Monday In September, Other Suffering Women mny oilier rnaxe. thoughts in the intellectual vineyard; large enough as some of our best bend lor tree catalogue Friday after 3d Monday In DeTo Know It. It is through her heart that hope, Iov ' crops were grown after being het out 'Of Tie New York World cember. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday McCALL'S MAGAZINE any otliei fashion More subscribers tlian S. W. and sympathy oerflov and bless man-- ! magazine million a month. I mailable. LaU tint 25th of June. Murfreeplwro, Tenn. est it) lei, patterns, drcssmalinir, millinery, after 3d Monday in March,, Wedkind. Christ the liberator of woman- "I havo a plain sew In clancy needlework, fiairdresslng, nesday after 3d Monday In Juno, -kind was satisfied to teach the lessonb vs'antt'a to WIltu to you for a long time etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only W cents A Medicine ClicM For e. to tell you what your Year (worth double), including a free pattern, Practically u Dally at The Trice of u Wrtlnesday after 3d Moifday In Sepof life and He was a man. He chose bubtcriCc today, or send for samnle codv. you hne an exceltember, Wednesday after 3d MonIn this chest wonderful remedies to rule over human hearts and reWeekly. No other Newt-pape- r day in December. VONDEHFUL INDUCEMENTS have dono for me. I lent remedy for Toothache, Rrulses, fused worldly power and men followed Agents. I'ostal brines premium catalogue li. C. Ticliimor, Centertown, Satin the World Ghes Much wns a EuiTerer from Sprains, Stiff Neck, Dackache NeuAddress after Him, women washed Ills feet, I. 3f urday after 3rd Monday in each fBE new cash prise often. 37th XfT'l female weakness ralgia, McOU CO, 231 to 213 W. SU NEW VOBU r- -. at to Ia)v a 1'rlce. Rheumatism and for most vii;.' Ilttic children climbed upon His Knees i wmonth. W-- I and displacement emergencies. and the Ruler of the universe said 'prow One 25c. bottle of Winson Smith. Select. Tuesday W and I would have li ri'l k. v... i.ulU.i thnt in Him He was well pleased. Sloan's Liniment does it all this after I'd Monday In March, Tuesda such tired, worn out Can woman Hud a higher calling?" Tlio year 1D14 has been the most after 2d Monday In Mny, Tueda feelings, sick head- because thebc ailments are bymtoms, after 3d .Monday In aches and dizzy not discuses, and are caused by con extraordinary in the hibtory of mod day after 2d Monday InAugust, TuesNovember. epells. Doctors did gestion mid Inflamation. If you ern times. It has witnessed the outy w. S. Dean, Dundee. mo no geed fo I tried doubt, ask those who use Sloan's break of after tho second Monduv iu ! W! the great European war, the Lvdia E. Pin!.- - Liniment, or better still, buy a 2Cc. March, Wednesday Mndn Vb9 a struggle so titanic that it makes Iu May. WtJiietuhiy after 2tl Mondu) hfim TlfimitHW . Vnmttnl t PAmnmi,1 after 3d Uhen Theinlstocles wis asked by and Sanative Wash. I am now well and bottlo and provo it. All druggiats. 3 all others look small. Iu Autibt, Wednetiday after 2d Mon hii host at a dinuer partv to enter- - strong und can do all my own work. I day in November. "You livo in momontous times, and Notice. Uin the gueitb by ldaMng the lute he cwe it all to Lyd.a JJ. PinVhwn'g Vege- lion F. Rloe, FondsvHIo, Tueatlny replled that he could not play the Anybody wanting to buy a Monti-me- you should not lulsa any of the tre- after 2d Monday iu March, Thursi iw i rv Compound anil want other suffer- Tll.--I ioltlu Addle, but that he could make u final! i or a tomUutoiie, write or call mendous oventa that aro occurring. day after 2d .Monday In May, Thurs women to know about it " tore. MaftlTMRftlTffJlMHftTnnijs CS. ( day after 2d Monday In August, town h gretu city. We have In this II. E. Mabbn, 211 S. Spring, St, Uur- - me. l'honu 2 on 1. No othor newspapsr will inform you Thui-Mluafter 2d .Monday In, Cllj.M.:UJLj:Ui nation man)' politician who uio good fivesboro. Term. 'LKSLlE WHITE, ngent, ' V7, W C ; m: : (.'. unuieri,- - put iney cauunt make u with tha promptness and choapneas Thus famoue remedy, the medicinal Hen W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday altllaliutowu, Ky. tmll town great city. We are over- ingredients of which are (Vrired from of the Thrlca-a-Wae- k odition of the er 3d Monday in Maroli, Friday after run with orators who can play upon iauve roota and hurba, ha for nearly 2d .Monday lit May, Friday alter 3d pajsloua tl the people, but tbey forty years proved to be a moat vtlun-Ll- c .otiio I'etltton I'or yov Kiuul. Now York World. Moreover, a year's Monday lu Aiigukt, Fridny after 2d tat To the Uouurablo John B. Wilson. aubaotiptlon to It will take you far Monday in November. cant put brick nd mortur together. tonic iiiia iiivijiortitorof the fci"!u . Wa Deed builders HARTFORD POLICE! r0UUT. Women everywhere beei Judge of tho Ohio County Court: lulu oar next Presidential campaign. O. C. Martin, Jude; McDowell A. Let tboao who bumer and thlrat for wllli.--. t. atimoia- - to the vcadorfal vlr We, tbo uudaralgned petltloi.era . iy Tho Thrlce-A-Wee- k power understand that the h0jbe.it tuo of I ydi I). PiaUUaci'a VotwtoLlc say wo ara cltUena, realdeut tnd World's regu-In- r Fogle, City Attorney; J. I. Stovwis, wftfm S PHoC'inrt) AHDDrreNopn.?1 i'"i' n ft Manshal; Court coucues second Mon- Mciaw.u i ii i ilijitr slorjr of a stateaman la to construct. ComiKHinl subscription price la only. $1.00 Vj oU I mMi landowners of Ohio County. Ky , and II Ku k I. iVsilB , day Iu "aoh month. op)n. and thnt It la batter for a man that ha i"llN AllV.i COUNTgr-- i Why l,uy Hops. we respectfully notltlon and tuk Hie par year, and this pays for 18S pa- City Council J. U. IIw. Major; R. f i. ' L i. u siinm-t'. 'iiiu.k ihould build a nubile highway than No woman Buffering tro nnyforn. II tvn iiy p'r. we ouor this unequalod news T. CoUins, Clerk; J. K. Bohii, 'I'rens-ure- r. H ma if itv t j i ikt fat a. Honorable Judtw uf tka Ohio b ibould beeoma Governor of a of tvnuAb troublea should! km "vih thnt H P?'.VitriJln,rlftiMiitrilctlerJlcl Ji W. K t, Mouibam of Council J. c. Court to eatnbllab'n publle road in paper end If W . Ml (XHTlt F) ill plow thin til he hw piven iyia B. PtnlibuiaV and that b sUrt CmiU A. D. White. A. K. HO KtM SNt, v iHH tltm tael OJI04, Ohio County, a how prsjvid : ': that ho become tbo author of n law. VfgeUblo CcrupoundulWiiiAl. O. C. TJ.E IJAIt'ri'OHU Itltt'UUUCAX W. H. QUlNple, W. U. Barnes. C U. J( Th traa toet of iUtaiaaabi U taa . . u ywB Crowe. -law. u dvJs (,.!I-whHartford Hoard IWuoatlon J. II. a stake HMr O V . .ogetliflr for ana year far yi.tfti. Boglanlng at Plow and tho httuur, m M ttoM lydlu E. riuLLrSi StdMneCj. wmUl novtmi, flrat balU. neatlnl) I.yau, Mats. Tour letiar v1li Spink' wall box, oil tho South 4Id Th ragulnr subaariptlon. price of R. Gnraou. CU'ni'n.: C. M. Iteruatt, See.; B. W. Ford, Troas.; It. T. ColIm oecei, rend ind iiHt-ni, a & Hardinsburg read, the two papers Is $2.00. lins, J. D. Duke. uud hvld iu itiid s.v..Haiv.-- , of the Hartford WIN S..J. Wcller: thence In a southeast direction on said land S75 yards; thence on land of L. G. r in a southwest direction 100 Louisiana, show that a small amount nn opportunity to set their crops. yards; thenco on same land in southof ordinary borax sprinkled dally on While plants arc not plentiful, nn east direction 300 yards; thence on same land in south direction 400 manure will effectually prevent tlio average ncreage has been set. I I'lunt licit Notes. on land of The heavy rains have proved bene- by tho U. S. Agricultural department at ArlliiR- - flclal to the farmers in Simpson counton virfilnla, and nt New Orleans, ty, Ky, Tobacco planters have had Recent experiments Professional f HOTEL Wcl-Ic- Otto C. Martnn Attorney at Law ! POWMTAN MNGTOll D.C. Barnes & Attorneys at Smith ny-ma- I I y ' CASTOR 30 I SPECIAL TO WOMEN - aSViiiiii -TMADC-MAnr- && ... uivi-if- t. F ll one-four- th Fnr Rftl.linjr Plants1 - mUM&gs B Children Cry jBclf-scm- CASTO RIA I , ill inOrnT rM Decorations. Funeral Etc.. see WW Strrt. m yffc& . on If H lIlllS 1 I Collier.'s EEectrlc! E&EE0l"S M in Clubs Time IDIrectory Cc-unt- - bust-mes- Iw run-dow- n WILL TAKE OUR FREE m&viv "". y, .... $2.50 . RUBEN ,,,,, .,.., ,,, n.r, WA S MADE WELL m Vit. ' ' I o J i - (to ElCaVWia-UlAtlal- ii. TKEMISTOCLEiS Wod-nosda- 82r. Kaifj's Nssasanr t-- ble ut IJ,'wc.r) Jr.-.-- 3 orp-ui'-.a- I ftg"paaayr' , lo-- t IMi-riBt- I j vul . ,1 o l)i.u mimXV,1A. ' K!" FREE PORTS -- ji Net Contents 15 Fluid Dnda ! CASTORIA For Infants and Children. BUILDERS OF Mothers Know That G91H CONGRESS GIVE THEM PREFERENCE IN APPRO SHOULD i EASTORH I V..I..I, .Mai Genuine Castcria 'getting. nnil Intent f Kdurntlon. Nearly everyone, we presume, who .npproachas manhood or wom'anhood must liav some purpose and Intent In education. We ar sentiment-being- s having, Is supposed, a moral and spiritual nature. Must we cultivate our minds to the Improvement of our reason, and yet to the neglect of our morals 'and of our souls? No! It Is an error to have the one purpose and Intent In education, money I riiriwue , It Always Helps Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give says Airs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began lo use ...i mi1 i .irniHTVT. Always Bears tlio s(iiiII.tiiirtl!icroiKlnnJIWu timj lis SlomadisaiulRrtOTML BUSS nc.ssnnuin;,i.uiuiuw.---- r iroi i... T7l.--- . Signature of jtf ' (S! M Not Xakcotic. n. 0miu..Morp1iincnoriwai.; II. IV.V l VI IVa Wiw.'i"' - lrt.l- - 4 W5ie ftf .1)38 For Over rW5gtJ KKW YUj" Thirty Years - " " CAST! -s- - Kxact Copy of Wrapper. THC CC1TAU4 COMPACT NtW TO CITY ISEZ35E Starek No Money inAtlvnnce Sntinfnc tion Guar-nt co tl Till-- ' L u ,1,5"'-Sfittf'4 "" ','' J J- 'vrag? 2:1, 3 Fact nry PricoM TorniH Suva n of S 1 O 0 to SJOO From Fnc tory Direct EnHicnt A rf- P A ursiotir STARCK - j - T, iT i sfrm Wo will ship you a beautiful Starek Plana for 30 duvs' 0 ir at, in your homo. No cash payment required. Ad we usk 19 that J .'U wl l play Uion, us! and test this piino for 3D Ujs. If. at the end of thut litre you a j I t tlnd It the hlKhut Kradu, sweetest toned and finest r.iano In every way, a yju have ever seen for the money, y u aru at pe'f.-- t liber v to it bark, and we will. In that TU.3 starch I'tJiio must make gjud with you. botu cent, pay the t or there la no sale. frf-Kh- 30 DAYS' PR E TRIM. IN YOUR OWH HOME j. Save $150.00 or More We stilji ta yi'i 'rom oi.r frtirr, it prlrt tint saie you upwards nf tl 00 la the cat of your piano We pu.rjnti ') fiirnisa you mpcr f illri-o- t Easy Psymsnis SO imi MT-a- atlactory pi3no o(:.v-.c.:;ni.. ran than Wttrr p!am r the Von are jMurd of -- vomn,j rlnhfi-'weot toned dunlilj hlj'i jradi r 2nu-iian- , L.t afier 10 Aiyi t, cm pjynint on the ly a plana e"r twrnt xr 1 arraajM to Ti ? mn'ifi'itirer 1 ffLit y r convir ti. 4', and (t fia.ble for 0 Jar f r hrnc, without joi r"i lrj t'l irifitt,'. t of tna'. ym ran tenru Vi nir no r!i I tl "nt .cr' inlira j oil f ." i,i fUMn t'l it our 3i yciti of ptuw I'Henre, r 1 th tit "Ti nf nn ol I eitalillrtedt rr i nalhlc puDJ Ujuw. rfrr SUrek ntiii tl piurit(fil lor 2i ytirt. V d ' Imv Bargain ron41artI ?!ayar'PifiB9t si.ireit tli aU ri 4r.it .ih jv- . 'jt.rl - pi.noi o! -. '.ith.. luTil ad 1'iiyer 50 Free KikIc (Lessons To evrr fi rr'.j iikr of ., Ftairls l'i. s ' '" mutic l(ini In w of the U't ' n i.m k"I. i1 In Chlcjo Tin- - J n you ran Uti- - Uii'iuroAnliome, hy null. TliU riiri''nt one ycar't free initructlon. re a Weier Stcinwiy Starek fr .' Puh. tr iTipl n u r. .P Thehll--'nit .' - .'. be wlih the many e jr-- s of tbeac f' or.Ei rhil inrruraen'f. anl -1 wl!! be pi. with th4-vr- y tu trt If I'Liy-i'liB-- r.arl t'unvi fitVou Rill anl niir on UK it futl hi-- v'.1 ChicUetmg IlimbJlI $110.00 82 00 90 02 thfy can low b- pniin at srv- - r 1 Plana Deal; Fres b- -a 0 85.00 195.00 Send for our Uteit eorapMa tccoml hand bargain Hit. P. A. STARCK FIANO CO,. Vll'l Starek J f glr you a amount of informa-ti"- n rcirtriln.f placoi. Thia liook will Interest and pb iw you. Write today S'nl . lj' IjVo if 1. whii u t')jr fr orplan n" llv.jir.;l UIJC CHICAGO FARE S3S2 flEKK 'vojj rr : . 11 -n tei?, - i 4T tiaru--r -- DAILY BETWEEN CLEVEIAN3) & BUFFALO - - wmt . tmih n 3s&&i - rZiLjrt - f U" Thiti"--,i- i.i "CJ7Y pi. T!.3CrcatHn'S3TAra)5ZE" r.rrairi.nVlt'aw W. J IHTor.J- 3 V"-- : - a - i'i:, f stj. "" ' Ls-lc- MtiAw'J! er" u. ;pr.-iwcnF- C7 IM. sert C!evsi" l--'l I PALO iiua mu W t? ft. r; RViri .AKn-- na. cr i I Mav 1st to Dec tJ rr? "J Ml I 'ft H. LT tiri'twTt forf fL y ruictoiiM'-ai.- r ' c'. Ls"jra j?i"."r . .tori.,.vb' pirtttl ITut t- tl-- a fiit; . ".' CLliV LUtl'iU '. ,6rA ....-..'". cuni.w nr.' . . '' '. . .. - w 'fc A - ; . - -- . .k' o -' 'i' ;l. . m hi Vi Vn :i W ,n " . . r M l W .1 i". ,.w- - Cleveland, Oliio :sx iTHOS. B. iViOSS - .FMosterer, I ,'hl Decorator and Contractor. 4--1 5 t Lifotimo 1 . experience with best of workmen, and can give any referonce desired. Call mo on Hartford 1 Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hurtford, Ky. t Yet, In this sordid and commercial age, the vast majority have no other conception of education other than PRIATIONS. as a means to evade labor and to live easy. H; n, they acquire education solely for the purpose of get By Peter Radford. ting a "soft place" learning the This natlca ta now entering upon ' "tricks of trade," possosslng ctin- -' an era of marine development. The wrockago of European commerce bas 'nlng to "heat" the other follow, nnd a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, drifted to our shores and the world to live ih life of a parasite. Man Is three-fol- d in his nature-me- ntal, and it always does me good." uar Is inakins unprecedented demoral and spiritual. mands for the products of farm and Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, factory. In transportation facilities tired, worn-o- ut Therefore it Is only by ministering feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanon land we lead the world but our port to soul, body and mind, equally, that ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's Mcilltles are inadequate, and our flag he may attain the highest mental, tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui is seldom seen in foreign ports. If for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing moral and physical excellence. our government would only divert the women for more than fifty years. There Is no mental excellence withenergy we have displayed In conquering the railroads to mastering the out physical development. ! There Is no moral excellence withcommerce of the sea. a foreign botphysl-ictom would be unknown on the ocean's out mental Improvement and highways. and material development. This article will be confined to a How can the one whose time is discussion of our ports for the pro- taken up In the struggle for exisducts of the farm must pass over our tence ever have opportunity for menwharfs before reaching the water. We KaagszgEK3ssgsgwgTia:;CTM have in this nation 51 ports, of which tal, or moral Improvement, nnd' the V. highest soul, of his 41 are on the Atlantic and 10 are on develpoment 11 I ; body nnd mind capacities? the Pacific Coast. The Our capitalist system destroy-- Hip Congress appropriated over $51,000,-00- 0 for improving our Rivers and worker's opportunity. It narrows Harbors and private enterprise levies the horizon of his existence to a a toll of approximately $50,000,000 coarse materialism the mere supannually in wharfage and charges for plying of the animal wants, which no tangible service Is rendered. How can the capitalist whose time The latter item should be lifted off back3 of the farmer of this na- is taken up In competing for com- -' the ' tion and this can be done bv Congress merclal existence, or in extending directing its appropriations to ports his "business." or in defeating labor that are free where vessels can tie up revolts, or In scheming for "cheap v.. ,. ' 11.1.HWI ,9mjT' sir .a i i ii in Mir? riTin nrr:nn rnin Tirim rn jcy WT'W .wjj'r :. i4M to a wharf and discharge her cargo labor." or in seeking legislation fa- firs of fine inspiration and followed any fee or charge. free of by 250 short stories of adventure, vorable to himself, or. else. In squan- will make A free port Is progress. It takes derlng I the thousands he has filched out the unnecessary link In the chain from labor In riotous living ever find j of transactions in commerce which has for centuries laid a heavy hand time an opportunity for mental, mor-tand physical improvement, and the! upon commerce. No movement is so Ueavily laden with results or will development of moral and spiritual more widely and equally distribute excellence? ............. i. A.t.ii l'.j bene'tits as that of a tree port t t..n upuuilaui pioeius uie tuiitausi Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, and none can bo more easily and ef' Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of fectively secured. Iove and Joy of human brotherhood, Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best the glory of moral excellence, the minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone intnenome. mere is no age PROBLEM OF beauty of ofspiritual life,and and the IHE soulful a sentient sweetness limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free excelence. Youth's Companion. If you do not Imw THE COMPANION GRIGULTURE Monl excellence and soul develop1st va aeod yon Three Current Issues h FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year ment make for a divine civilization, request. pure religion, and a more exhalted not 12. a Those who subscribe now. sendjnz $2 Dy Peter Radford. !humai life. for the 32 Issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you wilt for 1915. will receiTe The Companion With capitalism, competition, There Is no escaping the market get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. problem and the highest development and magazines. v of agriculture will not be attained ! economic warfare In existence, as SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE until It is solved, far a market they are now. It is almost wholly Is as necessary for the producer purpose TIIK HARTFORD REPUBLICAN A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH as land on which to grow his crop. impossible to understand the ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. Governmental and educational insti- and Intent in education, for with there are no high tutions have spent SISO.000,000 in the United States during the past ten I moral purposes, no social conscience. years for improving soli production no understanding of love and brother and Improving seeds and plants, but "hood, no moral excellence, no soul devery little attention and less money velopment which clears the way for has been given to the marketing side i nobler life moved and actuated by of agriculture. Ideals, The problem Is a monumental one social conscientiousness. Just $1.35 and true conceptions of human life The Republican and Louisville Herald and one which will never be solved until it gets within the grasp of a and society In their best conditions. Globe-Democj- at 1.75 gigantic organization where master Nor the Ideals of capitalism are The Reptblican and St. Louis minds can concentrate the combined sordid and sensual! Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 experience and wl3dom of the age What should be the purpose and The upon It. It Is a problem which the Should it not The Republican and intent in education? 1.75 farmers, merchants, bankers, editors be to increase one's capacity to de-- I and statesmen must unite' In solving. In his The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald.... 3.50 The Farmers' Union stands for all velop the noble and divine nature? there is in farming from the most 3.50 To be of service to humanity by The republican ami JJauy uwensooro inquirer..". scientific methods of peed selectlun to for the j The Republican and Twice-a-Weo- k tho most systematic and profitable social labor and O'boro lMesenqer 1.75 plans of marketing, but does not be- common good this godly knowledge, ' lieve In promoting one to the neglect and service to God. 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer of tho other. We consider the work every good We should cultlvaU of farm demonstrator's valuable and we possess; for we have souls' The Republican and. New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 wo ask that governmental and com- talent as well as agencies seeking to help us, as well as' minds, brothers mercial sisters, mankind as well as Individ- - The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .. . 1.50 continue to give us their assistance ' and adxice, but wo believe that their uals, social duty as well as selfish The Republican and Weekly Imer Ocean and Farmer $1.$0 influence should be extended to the seivlce, and God and the community j marketing sldu of our farm problems as well as material things to cdnsider j also. by. Wo cannot hope to develop manuRight education Increases one's facturing by of the knowledge and capacity to see and factory; we cannot build up mercanforesee, to do and to undo, and tile enterprises by the merchant load- to h to Jut and righteous. Ifincreases ing their shelves with surplus goods i and no more can we develop agricul- his lnilune nnd responsibility; for THE by glutting tha market with a the welfare of others depends upon ture OSELIV-VER-L- M SEVINC surplus of products. his action and attitude. W. H. CUNDIFF. MA . . a-OF QUALITY. "Itctoreil to (!mm1 Health. "I was sick for four yejars with, stomach trouble." wrltea Mrs. Otto The neigh of a horse made Darius "I lost NOT o King of Persia, the six contending Gans. Zanesvllle. Ohio. SOLD weight and felt so .wea)c that I alpowers for the throne agreeing among themselves that the one whose horse most gave up hope of btng cured. UNDER ANY should neigh first should possess the A-- friend told me about Chamberlain's OTHER nitAhod of Tablets, and since using two bottlea kingdom. This ancient NAME. Feel.rijrht alt the time. Don't lay off settling disputes among politicians of them I have been a well woman." from work for (lays by taking calomel could be revived with profit today. Obtainable everywhere. m Keeps yor WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. when pleasant . vtr-ux- x If our partisan factions and petty pol.. j .. t on your feet, whiloroliovingour troub-le- . ' ypu purrhao tho Nl-.HOMK you will could only settle their disiticians If Safer too, and easy to, take. Dcn't Is Slrknevi A Sin? luvve a life awt at tlio pn.'e you pay, and will putes by tho neigh of a horse, the ts take anything else. You can't art'jrd If not. It's wicked, to neglect chain of repairs. nutlmvean eudless bark of a dog or the bray of a donkey, it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysand meojis of relief. It's wlek- it would be a great blessins and would tem and rolieycs consupatibru A natural remedy, natural in jUactioriiJ, snro give our citizens a better opportunity ed to endure Liver' Ills, Headache, " Oi quality TT fi in its effect and certain in reaui3...Jt to pursue tho vocations of Industry Indigestion. Constipation. whe.n one Uv- - Vct'Lax will isa. I . Considered won't bo long beforo calomel in evert is Podophyllln free from political strife. dose of.J'p-Dq-La- x "completely displace it is the Let those who pick political plums (May Apple), without the gripe. It home. Children can tara n itvviy an i by raising rows and who flash sword's arouses the Liver, increases the flow with i Cheapest m ia mmk; vi-A- i undripping in the blood of Industry imxAr jvntjrs ant of bile Nature's antiseptic in tho cvnniltnA in the end derstand that they cannot turn the Bowels. Your Constipation and oth- -, ture 01 i- Jv. unKSoy. rw bujo uy public forum Into a political arena and over-nigto tuv. because by a clash of personal aspirations er Ills disappear " e . J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky, fi has helped Nature to restill the hammer and stop the plow If you wiwit a M3wIdi machine, write for and that their quarrels must be settled move the cause. Get a bottle from our lateat catalogue Ittforv you puixluua. your Druggist Get rid of In tho back alleys of civilization. Be New Home Sewr Hscta Co., Orange, Usss. For ptln In th tqk k rood remedy 3 vour Constipation overnight. U Dr Mltej' Aiitl-fdi- a i"A. The Woman's Tonic i Get a Bottle Today al Sisty-3econ- d gpaK'Sl uPiwmli Serials -- ) ' i al 'ffieYOUTH'S COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 , , . I t ILL class-struggle- s, ' OUR CLUBBING RATES. i i ' j I I Address all orders to n THE REPUBLICAN. DARIUS 3 i NEW HIM For Lazy Liver aad the Troubles Constipation. 1 Ill-ne- hawmiVf'i ' GSWffll ht - to-da- $GQS9&S I HON. ED. WnL.JL s P. MORROW SPEAK. .A.T Fordsville, Ky., Friday, June 25th, at 2t P. M. been sent In an effort to obtain Ger-- . The Long Looked For Hall Game. becauso they have to face n duty of Crop Report I.smiimI .lime 3, Ml.". able start lias ben made. no way of ton. the There fcaslblo Very Truly Yours. LATEST WAR NEWS ninny's consent to a movement to fact that IsHartford now denying ball $7 aCanadianIt is found quite to mar- The reports of tho various correshas a for manufacturers have Turkey obtain separate peace J. V. NEWMAN, pondents throughout the state show ! terms, nccordlng to a Home report. team. We have one and It Is a hum- ket rails In the United States because Commissioner of Agriculture. dinger. Even the most pessimistic they havo the help of a bounty of $3 that tho April drouth continued Into Monday. Unltol States. Comment by the to previous grouches around town admit It and a ton from the Dominion Government tho early part of May, but tho most Adding KiiKlnml. they nrc forced to overcomo any of Mny has been cold are wearing broad smiles to press of Europe, especially of Gerwith an excredits of $4,310,000,000 the British our victory over our old celebrate and Tariff on rails imported rivals many, on tho latest American note, House of Commons has voted FOR FLETCHER'S Into this cessive rain fall. Storms nnd cloudAll wo want now Is more country. Washington Equality. aroubcd keen Interest In prosecution of for the in Tho unfairness of such conditions bursts havo been frequent and and furnished about the only devel- the war. Premier Asquith estimates teams to conquer. situaopment on the International The game Saturday would not i.'ust be apparent to all Americans places great damage has occured. daily expendithat Great Britain's Calm, Determines! Franco. tion. The German press Is divided ture will be not less than $15,000,- - have been Interesting to a fan who At points llko tho fatls of tho St. Tho wheat crop Bhows a condition of Since the outbreak of the EuroGovas to the policy of the Imperial was not heart and soul for Hart- Mary's Ulver and on the Detroit Riv- 78 per cent. Much of tho wheat is 000. pean war a now country has swum ernment should pursue, while leadd and er thero Is practically no difference thin on ford. The score was the ground, however, nnd no Into tho world's ken. It bears tho ing papers of Berlin are complimena shutout If Thorpe between Canada and .this country In A fleet of French aero-nlnn- should have been respect to shipping facilities. tary in expressions regarding the . . France. The unustinl crop can bo expected. The'i familiar namo of France; but It Is a 1ms hnmh.irrieri Karlsruhe. had not been bumped to hard that he oat friendly tone of the note. Offlcials dipped the ball at homo In the sev- - cost of labor Is naturally about the cent.crop shows a condition of S3 per France so different from what It has and In order to do this made the This crop didn't have n good been popularly conceived to bo as to same, whatever difference there Is In Washington profess to see signs longest air voyage yet undertaken enth. Plummer scored and In diving being In favor of the Canadian manu- start owing to tho dry weather, but rank as n real discovery. of restriction In nctlvlty of German into the plate he struck Thorpe's by Allied airmen. Stray hints of this strange, new submarines relating to small sized Thorpe was facturer. And yet American steel bids to ho moro Improved than tho knee with his shoulder. wheat crop. Tho acreage of corn is Franco have como from tlmo to time. crafts. Berlin newspapers cannot so badly hurt he had to retire from mills are asked to meet a bounty of given nt 101 per cent, with a condi- Observers havo reported that thero Germany. An admission Is made understand the resignation of W. J. the game and Cundlff took his place; $3 a ton enjoyed by their rivals In tion of 92 per cent; condition of was a mistake somowherc; that this by Berlin that the Germans have Welch going to short, Keown to the Dominion. Uryan as Secretary of State. been unsuccessful in their attempts third and It. Plrtte to left field. Is thero and candid and broad Barley is given nt S2 per cent, nnd France which was sticking so grimrye at 86 per cent. The ly to tho trenches along tho frontier Gerrr-iny- . The British bark crown to retake trenches recently lost by Cundlff and Reld starred with the minded American who believes in condition of "statesmanship" average of Irish potatoes is 93 per that was digging, working, dylni: the Democratic of India and the Norwegian bark them northwest of sticks, each getting a homer over becent, Berlin asserts that 5 off Mllford Haven, Bcllglnde the left field fence. Welsh, altho which created such conditions? Can Tho with a condition of 97 per cent. in tho dullest, drabbest and deadliest inferior quality of the tobacco of wars was not the France of the off Mllford Haven. tween Llevln and Arras an attack he made one .wild heave over Elgin's it be'wondered at that American busi.submarine U-plants used nnd the dry weather familiar legend. In close formation by the French The crews were saved. head was by far the best attraction ness men fear and abhor such hostile was put down with heavy losses. and ignorant attacks by the law- damaging the beds havo retarded the And now comes in the field. plant growth. The condition of tho tion In the shape offurther confirmaRii",fa. Both in the Baltic proOld Rick looks good to all the makers of their own country? a letter received Burley tobacco is given at 75 per cent by Thursday. River vinces end along bugs and the way he tightened up in Cleveland Leader. the Herald by an American who and that of tho dark tobacco at 79 has been In heavy fighting continues between steamer pinches would make a miser feel England. The British France since the war Russians and the AustrorGer-ma- n Strathnarln was torpedoed and sunk reckless. He allowed five safe raps Doctor's Office and Dwelling for Sale. per cent. Pastures have improved began; an American of military exthe We have listed for sale two acres very materially; their condition be- perience and powers of intelligent allies, without any material off Scllly Islands. Twenty-tw- o mem- - well scattered and struck out nine . . i change. Each side claims the cap- bers of the crew. Including the cap- Equality sluggers. Everyone knows Gooa ground containing aoctor s oi- - ing given as follows: Bluegrass 84 observation, known personally to dwelling, all necessary per cent, orchard grass 89 per cent, this newspaper. ture of many prisoners and quanti- tain, were drowned. Eleven of the thelr stunt with the green plums Ace, Hero Is an extract 2 wells water, 1 cistern clover S4 per cent and alfalfa 93 per from It that bears upon ties of war material. crew were saved. A Zeppelin raid and paddle. th point: Here's hoping that we can hold and orchard. Splendid location for cent. Garden conditions aro good, "The longer I stay here and tho on the northeast coast of England Italy. Italians report steady pro- - haa resulted In the killing of sixteen this team together for with such a physician. None within a radius of showing a condition of 95 per cent. more I seo of the French people and Easy terms to right The condition of hemp has greatly their army the moro I admire tho gross on their frontier, their efforts LArnnS nnH4 tho intnrfni? of fortv.. lino-n- n Ave miles. w fVlkIUUU f w v hnvo nnthlne tn fear.. Improved, but the stand Is Jhln on calm, Party. Call on, or address mainly directed toward Trieste, Tne number of deaths resulting from bcinc way thoy havo The Equality team looks good also determined tho ground. Acreage of hemp Is been fighting BARNETT & SON, Agts., where they claim to have captured i a German airship raid on another and they are capable of putting up a this war, and are still Hartford, Ky. given at 95 per cent and condition fighting it. There Is no 'swank,' no strategic heights. Pola has been vis- - j portion of the northeast coast on the beter game than they did Saturday, 34tf 87 per cent. Tho condition of live nonesense. ited by an Italian airship and the nignt of June 6 was twenty-fou- r. The line-uEverybody Is working stock Is good, showing as follows: hard and doing Who Uoc'eil the lloitt? oy bombs. arscnr.i almost aestroyea all he can to bring It Equality Hartford Horses 93 per cent, cattle 93 per cent to a successful Tho Austrtans are said to have! France. At two points on their Cundlff, s. s. Addressing the member of tho end as quickly as posEverly, s. s. brought 45.000 troops and sixty-foAmerican Iron and Steel Institute, at sheep 92 per cent, and hogs 91 per sible. It Is true that they are tired ,lnenorth of 00ge, whlch lies east E. Barnett, c. f. B. Barnard, c. batteries to aid their defenses guard of Ypres, In Belgium, and at Festu-ber- t, Reld, 2b. the annual meeting. May 28, Judge cent. The splendid pastures nre re- and wish It were over. So far, howGarrett, p. ing Gorizia. Elbert H. Gary, chairman of the sulting In an extra quality of spring ever, they have not shown any sign Plummer, 3b. In France, the British troops Welsh, 3b. board of directors of the United lambs. Fruits show a condition as of desiring to yield." Taylor, 1st. have suddenly resumed an active of- Thorpe, c. follows: Apples 79 per cent, peaches continue Finn:e. The French States Steel Corporation said: It Is impossible to resist the cump. Addlngton, c. f. fensive. A line of German trenches Rickard, their orfensive particularly In the at Festubert was occupied but soon Elgin, 1st. The back of business has been bad- 74 per cent, plums 84 per cent, grapes ulative ovldnce. Whatever changes J. Barnard, 2b. neighborhood of Arras, without cesly bent with unnecesary burdens, and 87 per cent and blackberries 89 per may bo made eventually In the map Allen, 1. f. lost through the violence of the Ger- Keowri, 1. f. Heavy rains and cold damp of Europo, In fact, It has been near the break cent. sation. They report the capture of man counter attack. But In the en- G. Tinsley, r. f. Steersman, r. f. at least one change has a ridge at Souchez, north of the re- gagement in Belgium the British ing point. There has been an ad- weather have had a bad effect upon already been made. Instead of tho Innings 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E young poultry of tho state, and old finery also held by the French. This were successful In capturing more monition against "rocking the boat" the France of popular, superficial Hart'd 2 10 0 6 0 0 0 09-9-- 2 ridgo "was strongly organized by the we approve of the sentiment, poultry conditions are given as fol- judgment tho impetuous, brave, too i and than half a mile of trenches. Eq'l'ty 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 Germans, but was taken by assault. but we submit that the business men lows: Chickens at 93 per cent, ducks quick despairing France we muHt 91 per cent, turkeys 89 per cent. Not now have not been rocking the boat. substitute n Franco that is calm For Sale At Cost. Russia. Each day adds to the Tuesday. Which nobody can deny. It is not a great amount of cow peas and soy and determined that fights grimly. Austro-Germaone 8x16 Cultivator, One Germany claimed anoth- extent of territory which the ItusAia. business men of this country who beans have been planted. Tho condiCorn the have regained from Russia's Disc Harrow, two Hoosler worst, tion of cow peas is given at 90 per er decided success along the eastern tho Deerlng Binder. havo . rocked liiwlnunboat. The Invading armies, and they are still Drills one lino cent, and soy beans at 91 per cent. An. lujuuuua . .li. line, near Mosciska. Both the Ber111C3 iiuu y. uiuai In pressing their campaign against Lem-ber- Apply to Black, Birkhead . ' (been done by the very man who said The ground as a rule has been too lin and Vienna reports claim the Teuthe Gallclan capital, with the Hartford. wet to work for the last half of ton allies have taken 16,000 Russian "Don't rock the boat!" Free-Trad- e and unquesprisoners. Operated by The Russian official re- utmost determination boat rockers, in tho White House and May. Somo of tho corn Is not yet New" Trial Granted Capt. E. W. H qro the ones who have planted. Ample tlmo remains to port only mentions the locality where tionable large losses on both sides. Clark. capture of 122,300 Russians In busi- plant cow peat and soy beans, and this action Is said to havo taken The Hotel Company Frankfort, Ky June 16. The ap- made the trouble. American doing oven corn plar.tcd at this time will June Is reported by the Austrian war placo In a paragraph which says the ness men have done and are pellate court today by lt3 decision observers say Office. Military s, Under New Management after heavy losses, thoir best to keep things steady. If probably mature satisfactorily. Germans and Austrlans are granted a new trial to Capt. E. W. Taken ns a whole conditions havo did not resume the offensive. the boat of American prosperity gets Clark, a young married man of operating against the Russians. T. QUISENBERRY. an even keel once more It will be Improved during the month of May, Hopklnsvllle, who was convicted and on have suffered France. Berlin claims that the because American voters have put it but some localities heavy losses from tho downpour of Rate $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 per Day Italy. Battles of a rather minor given a sentence in the penitentiary ; out of tho power of the Free-Trad- e French suffered a severe defeat on character, hut with strategic points onthe charge of having carnal business-hater- s Meals 25 Cents. to rain that usually comes In April. and the front north of Souchez, and Par- knowledge of Miss Alberta Mitchell, Tho streams havo overflowed In but g is admits the loss of German trenches aa tUelr objective, are being carried a young do anymore and stenographer of this city. wrecking. Best In tho city for the money. few cases and crops in the bottom on uv the Italians against the Aus- previously captured. . fron A reversal of tho lower court upon trians along tho Austro-Italla- n d dress from which we have lands aro in good condition. With Special attention to the traveling In tho the grounds that the commonwealth i quoted, Judge Gary seasonable weather, Kentucky should public. tier. (Jrwve. Tho fullreturns of said: had failed to prove that Miss Mitchmoment the produce splendid crops, as a wholo yet available, Greek elections are not It seems to me at the ell was under sixteen years of age. Drainage Tux Notice. outlook for improvement in our lines during tho year 1915. A reason hut the triumph of M. Venlzelos, forOWENSBORO.KY. Captain Clark dented his guilt, but mer Premier, seems certain. At the meeting of the Ohio coun- the evidence was very convincing In of activity aro better than they have ty Board of Drainage Commissioners, the minds of the jury. His arrest been for more than a year. This 13 ICiifll.-.rxl- . undoubtedly In part the result of InGreat Britain faces the held at Hartford, Ky., on May 22nd, and conviction caused much com issue of another $1,250,000,000 war 1915, with all members present, It creased exportatlons at fair prices, ment, as ho stood very high at Hopbudget, which, it is expected, will be was ordered that an assessment or due to the European wars, but in my klnsvllle. Ever since he was conopinion also because of a change In announced in the House of Commons levy of TEN PER ENT , based upon victed, several months ago, Captain the original cost, or assessment for Clark has been languishing in jail, sentiment toward business, which The first bath room f( r which I am given construction of the respective ditches pending the decision of the court of now seems apparent. The captains of Industry will again become popular United State.. President Wilson, or drains, be made against the lands contract, provided same is made within appeals. Shortly after his arre3t CapIt is Btr.ted, feels encouraged by re- and Land owners located and within in the United States. the next month. If in need of other build- Clark resigned as captain of the ports that tho pending negotiations the following Drainage districts in tain Wo hope so. Free-Trademamilitary company at Hopklnsvllle. ing material see me. gogues, muck-raker- s between Germany and tho United said Ohio Co.. viz: and "reformers have done everything possible to disStates will likely have a peaceful W. W. Plrtle et al., Drainage disOsteopathy. outcome. Senator Simmons, after trict. B. W. Rial, et al., Drainage Dr. G. B. Dockery, whose office Is credit the men who are tho body and calling on the President, said that district, R. B. Martin, et al., Drainage at Beaver Dam, will be in Hartford brains of the American business and Congress should provide more Amer- district, W. C. Knott et al., Drain- every Monday, Wednesday and Frl the real factors in American prosperican ships, though he did not think age district. day of each week and wilt treat pa ity. When American business pros an extra session would bo called. It Said assessment or tax hereby tlents at their homes. 37tf pers, everybody prospers. Captains was learned that no noto would be levied to be used for tho purpose of of industry havo always been popuUnfair Tariff Conditions. sent to Great Britain in all probabil- clearing and removing any and all lar when Protection prosperity was WE HAVE IT ity until tho Berlin negotiations had obstructions from the respective Canada is much disturbed, indus- In full swing. They will bo popular uhape. trially and commercially by the war again, as they ought to be, after the taken FOR THE CONTRACTOR drains, defraying any past indebtedadministration ness and for meeting any other le which has already cost the Dominion present Free-Trad- e .FOR THE CARPENTER WedneMluy. thousands of its sons as well as scores and Congress have been voted out gitimate expense Incurred. FOR THE OWNER. Yet the Tar and Protection has been voted in. Austria. Mosciska, on tho line of Said Tax list and assessment roll I of millions of dollars. Przemysl and has been placed with the County iff condition effecting the movement thtr railroad between Sash, Doors, Colnmns, Windows. Send us Farm For Sale. J.emborp, upon which tho efforts of Treasurer for payment to whom pay- of steel rails across the border beyour list for our Lowest Price. have been cen- ment may be mado on or before July tween this country and British North the Austro-OermaEighty acres of good land contain tered sln:e the fall of Przemysl has 12th., 1915, without additional cost. America are so unfair to American ing dwelling, barn and other out Au unofficial report been captured. Witness our hands, this June 9th., manufacturers that Canadian rails buildings, situated on Hartford and says that Von Mackensen has tele- 1915. aro being sold In Cleveland and in Rockport road. Well ami spring on I FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Incorporated T . many other places in the United farm. Church and schoolbouse near. graphed the German Emperor that S. T. BARNETT, States. he hopes to take Lomberg by July 1. For price, terms, etc., call or address JmU.9 Wlltton, frlgr. President of Board. FORDSVILLE, KY. It is not possible for American BARNETT & SON, Agts. W, S. TINSLEY, Attest: mills to sell steel rails In Canada 34tf Turkey. A Turkish envoy has Hartford, Ky. Clerk. SS5SflTOttSS one-side- In the Interest of His Candidacy for Governor. Everyboby Invited. Children Cry CASTORI A Moulln-Sous-Toutve- U-3- r s, I tf ww-- 0 p: ur - th J . I Iinnt-nn1.luuai-tubivl- g, Planters House mw Planters Austro-German- boat-rocke- rs boat-rockin- business-- I ts to-da- y. j I Will Install at Absolute Cost : 9 PAUL WOODWARD, 5 de Contractor LUMBER I 'A -- mMMtI