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OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ I per Year No. 50 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1915. 153 to an amendment not exceeding! pcrsed. Thcro was no shooting. FRANK ESCAPES two per cent on tho taxable property BARS RELIGION A telephone message from KNOCK OUT of the county IS repealed, and the where Prank was taken county expressly permitted to Incur oday to begin his sentence said I FROM SCHOOLS CAN BONDS nn Indebtedness not In excess of live trouble was feared there, but the GRANDFATHER LAW per cent, for the public road pursheriff of Baldwin county did not re- -' poses; quest troops nnd they were not sent. 2. The constitutional limitation Proposition Gets 1950 Ma- under section 157 of 50c upon tho Japanese Governor of Ko- Governor Slaton Commutes The number of guards at the state C0UXt Holds Maryland, Ok- prlson farm has been Increased since $100 of taxnblo property Is so modiDeath Sentence. Prohibits Creeds. Frank was taken there. The war- In Daviess. lahoma LaWS Invalid. fied as to- - authorize an additional den says Prank probably will be I tax not exceeding 20c on the $100 assigned to work In the cotton or for the purpose of paying the corn fields. providing Manifesto Provides For on road bonds, and By Unanimous Decision It Says Which is Now Claimed to be what Is Says,'M Would Be A Murderer a sinking fund for their payment at Court Notes. If I Allowed This Man maturity, and. All That, Is Requir-,- Law Violates Fifteenth Termed General Education Com'th vs. Ollhsrt Hnvoc Mntln 3. So much of section 157 which To Hang." ed. In Ten years. Amendment. ued to August 24, Special term. At- - ' provides that no county shall torneys C. M. Barnett and Ell Wes- - I be authorized or permitted to bej ley appointed to defend. come Indebted in any manner, for . a n .1 Com'th vs. Charles Gross, verdict ua June si. L.eo H. While the proposition to vote upon any 'purpose, to an amount exceed Washington, June 18. All religAiiania, Washington, June 21. In a de- tuu county a bonded Indebtedness of lug, In any year, the Incbme and ious oducatlon In the schools of Ko- Frank's death sentence for the mur- - 0I Bu"iy ana penalty 2 to 20 years cision so broad as probably to annul e "grandfather clause" enactments In was not carried by a , provided for such year, without rea will be barred within ten years, dcr of Mary Phagan, was commuted ,n Penitentiary. to' the assent of s thirds majority, yet, according of the voters In accordance with an order promul- to life Imprisonment today by Gov. I Com'th vs. Charles D. Fulkerson every Southern state which has carrying concealed weapons, plea of adopted such laws, the Supremc- eminent authority of lawyers In Ow- - thereof, voting at an election to be gated by Oen. Terauchl, Japanese John M. Slaton. . 10 days in Jail, fine $10 and Court today held invalid Oklahoma-nounced- j The Governor's decision was nHboro and cslewhere, they ore thor- - held for the purpose," Is repealed Territorial (Jovernor. The text of barely more than twenty- - disfranchised for 2 years. oughly convinced that the bonds will by the good roads amendment above the manifesto providing for a "gener,and Maryland legislation aimed at 'restricting the negro vote. The de-be Issued under the vote. According quoted, for that amendment express-t- o al education" was made publlchere four hojirs before the time set for Special Term Called. Frank'sexecutlon, and after he had attorneys of unqualified standing ly authorizes any county to Incur an today at the iapaneso Embassy. Owing to the largo number of c,8lon waa unanimous, The decision, In short, was that the fiscal court will bo fully author-- . Indebtedness not to exceed Ave per The order prohibits the teaching of been taken secretly from the Pulton Criminal cases on the docket, Judge Jred nnd empowered to Issue and sell cent of the taxable property therein, any religion no exception being county Jail to the State Prison Farm Dlrkhead entered the following or- - lt ls a violation of the Fifteenth , uer providing for a special tho bonds of the county to the "for public road purposes In said made In favor of Shlutolsm, the Jap- at MUledgeville. term of amendment for a State to select arbi- Excltement trarlly a date, such as 1866, and pro- on tho court in August. of crowds amount of $000,000. This conclu- - county provided said additional n anese national religion but allows a is renched under tho good roads debtcdness is submitted to the period of ten years for the schools streets here after the Governor's ac- it appearing to the satisfaction of vtde that Persons not qualified to Vote 0tl that date or whose ancestors to the constitution voted ers f the county for their ratific- to conform to the new conditions. tlon became known subsided some- - the under3gned Judge of the Ohio" were not so qualified, are barred ation by tho people In 1909. The at- - tlon or rejection at a special election It will seriously affect a large num- what as, the day wore on. A mass C,rCuIt Court' from an examination from voting or must lentlon of tho attorneys was called to held for said purpose. In such mon- ber of American and other Christian meeting' was held on the Capitol submit to however, starting shortly ot the dockets of his court, that the ing test not required by others, missionary schools which have been th Ik provision, which merely requires ner as may bo provided by law." The court further held that elec-crothat the proposition be submitted to I Under the amendment to the con- - established In Korea, and reports of before noon. It was estimated the grand Jury of the Ohio Circuit Court numbered 2,500. Several has returned at this term indictments tlon officials who sought to enforce-speakertliu voters of the county for their stltutlon it Is very plain that the. Us provisions already have evoked u took exception to Governor against numerous persons, charging such clauses could be held amenable ratification or rejection. Tho bond purpose wai to give the counties ' considerable discussion among , them organizations in the United Slaton's action carried by a majority of 1,950 more lattltude In the matter of with violations of the law, to law for denying persons a right to vldlng funds for public road "votes: pur- - States. As early ass8:30 o'clock this morn- - and that In case the defendants In the vote and that such officials could not An opinion concurred In by attor- - poses, and to make it easier Gen. Terauchl Drefaces his order inc ortm nniir-,in,tiH nni.niihi, inrllrtmnnto nf tha r,nmn,nn,ooi,i.o disregard the fact that the Fifteenth for neys of highest standing in Owens-Jior- o county authorities to raise funds for with the declaration that the exper- - streets on which crowds had congre- - Attorney should demand a separate amendment had stricken out of the public road Tuesday night Is here given: purposes. Therefore lence of the United States rnd gated; by 10 o'clock two-thirof trial for each of the defendants th.at ata" Iaw tne word white" as ft- the good roads amendment only re- France has demonstrated the wis- the entire force was on duty, and at all the cases could not be tried at Quallflcatton for voting. Law On the Subject. Under section 157 of the consti quires that the bonded Indebtedness dom of separating education am! re- 11 o'clock near-beProperty and other tests for voters saloons and the next regular term of this Court, period, accord- clubs dispensing liquor were ordered it therefore appears for the reason enacte'd by" the Maryland Legislature tution, which is the good roads be "submitted to the voters of the ligion. The ten-yeing to the order, Is allowed In order closed, Five arrests Including one that the criminal docket of the Ohio toT Annapolis in the same act In amendment, proposed by tho legis- - county for thq ratification or in 1908, and adopted by the Juctlon, at a special election held for that native Korean teachers may ac- physician, were made for failure to Circuit Court will be so crowded that which the grandfather clause was in people In 1909, does not require said purpose," and It does not quire the Japanese language, and to "moveon." Only a very small por- - all of the parties could not be trfed serted wa3 nei, to be so cioaeiyrp. of the voters to authorize quire the assent of more than a ma-- a afford the existing private schools tlon ofo the crowds, however, was at the next regular term of said lated to the grandfather clause as to an opportunity to adjust themselves professional and business men. Court, It is therefore ordered that a mao all the qualifications fallj-- 1 - . bond Issue. A majority of those Jorlty of those voting at said History of Cases. nt atd election la all that tlon In order to authorize the fiscal to the new requirements. Governor Slaton issued a state- - Special Term of tha Ohio Circuit No definition of the exact mean- meht of approximately 15v000 words, Court be and it is called to convene For more than fifteen years the tho constitution requires In order to court to issue tho bonds, Since tho bond issue was ratified ing of the term "general education," explaining his notion. He maintained at tho Circuit Court room in the "grandfather clause"' has been in- authorize the fiscal court to Issue ' at the special election Tuesday by Is given In the order, but In Japa- there was reasonable tyiids for public road purposes. doubt of courthouse In Hartford, Ohio County, sertod In constitutions of 'Southern This good roads amendment was the voters of the county by a vast nese circles here today Is was ex- Frank's guilt of the murder of Mary Ky., on August 23, 1915 and to con- - States. The most popular form has passed for tho purpose of ellmlnat- - majority thereof, therefore the fiscal plained that If the missionaries In Phagan. He devoted much of his tlnue to and include September 3d, been to exempt from educational and lug tho restrictions then existing uu- -' court has full power and authority, Korea desire to continue their relig- statement to the part of the negro, 1915, for the orders, trials and Judg- - property tests for voting those Who could vote In 1866, 1867 and 1868, ious teachings, separate from the James Conley, might have played In ments of the following cases, tr dor sections 157 and 158 of the state under sections 4307 and 4308 to thus leaving, the tests to apply to the sue and sell the $600,000 of bonds general schools, their activities will the crime. Section 157 of On the Criminal Docket: not vote at those No- - 520- - Com'th ot Kentucky, vs. those who did xUito constitution limits the tax rate for the purpose of building roads not be limited to theological schools, "Feeling as I do about this case," English language schools, bookkeep- said the Governor, In giving out Tom Williams. Elvis Williams and dates. that any county may levy to 50 cents aud bridges In Daviess county. his ing schools or other Institutions of a on tho $100; and further provides U.KUU Votes Cast. statement. "I would be a murderer If Henry Stearsman, charged with u- n- The Oklahoma grandfather clause person shall be like character. that no county shall be authorized to I allowed this man to hang. It means lawully banding together and in- - Provides "that no According to unofllcl.il figures as an elector In this State, The order was set forth that the that I must live in obscurity the rest 'ur,n& another Peraon- become Indebted In any manner, or allowed to vote In any election No- - 5201- - Com'th ot Kentucky, vs. or for any pupos to an amount ex- there were 6,836 votos cast In the general policy of the Japanese Gov- of my days, but I would rather be ceeding, m any year, tho Income "ml r,aa bond election or, Tuesday ,)f ernment has been to separate educa- plowing in a field than to feel for the Jesse Fulkerson. Jim Hendrlx. Jr., herein, unless he be able to read this- number 4,393 van: rtinuo pr.iWdcd tt r such year, with- In favor of issuing votes bonds, ca-i- t tion and religion, and cites that one rest of my life that I had that man's Uobert Green' Pred Lindrum, Frank and write any section of the constl- the and 0f the first acts of the Japanese In of tho Bellaw, Estill McConnell, Robert tutlon of the State of Oklahoma, but out tho assent of ' " .. .. n a it nnMnn, i. t.t ,tto uKuuiai. iua iiiupuamuu, biviu;; taking over Korea was to prohibit blood on my hands views the evl- - Swa,n' Sam Robertson, Clarence Du- - no person who was, on January 1, voters thereof, voting at an election The Governor that the good road advocates a clear religious Instruction In schools con' ral1 and Thurman Keown, charged "M. or at any time prior thereto to be held for that purpose. majority of 1,950 votes. In the city trolled by the government. It says dence in the case, especially . that of with murder. . . .,, . entitled to vote under and form of Section 153 of the constitution kite HCbtU VUUI2J', UUU OUUWS BUUJD No. 5204, Com'th of Kentucky.'vs. 'government, or who that time resld- "provided that no county shall be of Owensboro there were polled that the government recognized edu- Inconsistencies in his testimony. Frank Allen, J. L. Smith, J. B. Swain ed In some foreign nation, and no authorized to Incur an Indebtedness 2,446 votes, 1,962 being for It and cation as a central force In the effort of such person, two per only 484 against it, giving a ma- - to nationalize Korea, and that the Johnson He'flln. Henrv Addlnetnn. lineal descendent In an amount exceeding Atlanta. June 21. At 11 o'clock Marvm Everly, Clarence Morris, Jim sha11 be denied the right to register ur ' uuuua, The knowledge of the Japanese language ' cont upon tho value of the taxable J""1 ul is stated to be indispensable to make tonight sixty men of company C, M0rria, David Oldham, Jr., Lafe My- - and vote because of his inability to' J majority for the bonds in the county property to said county. the Koreans loyal. In line with this Georgia National Guard, arrived at er8( Frank Tichenor, Marlon Balls, so read and write sections of such As above stated, the good roads was very precinct in uwensooro voted contention, the government has been Governor Slaton's country place near Wllbur Faught. Herman Render, constitution.' amendment to tho constitution was . Sixteen of the steadily extending the public school the city, and formed a cordon In ciaude Allen, Charley Overton, Ever- - j In Maryland. expressly passed for tho purpose of for the bonds. orlvate front of the gate. The governor ett TiChenor, Orville Williams. Es-- 1 repealing these two sections of the county precincts returned majorities system and eliminating In Maryland the clause was .ln- proclalmed martial law for a dls- - tlI pulkerson, Alva Chancellor. Finis , constitution Insofar as they limited In favor of the road bonds. Ten schools, serted In laws governing elections In I county precincts voted against the private schools were allowed to tance of a half mile to the east of his igieheart, nnd Noah Lee Withrow, various cities. In 1908. lt was In- "It nnd restricted the county's right to ' levy taxes for public road purpdses. bonds. In one county precinct there give education along diverse nnd un- home an dlnstructed Captain Cheron charged with confederating and band- - serted In the law governing munlcl- constrained lines" says the order, commandlng tho soldiers, to order a ,ng together for the purpose of intlm- - pal elections In the city of Annapolis, This amendment to the constitution , s a "e vote. U ijuoted in full, and Is as follows: "a state would be unable to spread crowd of about seven hundred men idaUng, alarming and injuring oth- - It authorized the registration as vot- Much HustlliigU Done. among Its citizens a uniform and and boys in front of the estate to ers. Amendments In Full. era of all ta3Cpayers of the city as-Dr. A. Kirk, president of the Da- I The credit of the commouwealtth vfftaa Pnnntv Hnrwl nnnrla naannln. complete education shaped according dlsperse. No. 5207 Com'th of Kentucky, vs. sessed for at least $500; all duly Atlanta, Ga June 21. With sev- Gilbert Hays, charged state, and in may be given, pledged or loaned to with murder. naturalized citizens, all male children Secretary Gray Haynea and to the means ot the twenty-on- e any county of the commonwealth for ' their able assistants, worked from such a way as to contribute to the eral hundred men and boys clamorNo. 4655, Com'th of Kentucky, vs. 'of naturalized citizens public road purposes, and any coun-tVa- y tho time the polls opened at 6 maintenance of Its national charac ing to get Into the front gates ot his 'harles D. Fulkerson, charged with years of age, and "all citizens, who I country home on Peachtree road, teristics." be permitted to Incur an In- o'clock until they closed at 4 prior to January 1, 1868, were enmurder. o'clock. which had been barricaded with fc debtedness in any amount fixed by An excellent showing was made in The grand Jury returned 75 ln- - titled to voto in the State of Mary- barbed wire entanglements, threat- dlctraents Graduates With Honor. the county not In excess of Ave per- - thn ptlv nroplnr-tthe largest over known, in 'and or any other State of the United Tha hnnna, nra- Mr. Douglas Felix graduated this ening to overpower twenty county a single term in Ohio county. About States at a State election, and tho ;c centum of the value of the taxable Qf was week .from Yale Law School, New policemen, armed with riot guns, nniiariv tliornln fnv nnlilfo rnnnfl No. 5, In the heart of any per " "" " the residence Haven Conn., with high honors, be- Governor Slaton called out the mili- 60 of these were In connection with lawful male descendents of V, purposes in sail! cuuiuy, IS68, yruviucu and business district. The vote In son who prior to January the possum hunter troubles. were entitled to vpte In the State of said additional indebtedness Is sub- No. 5 waa 292 for the bond Issue ing one of 5 honor students In a tia late tonight for protection. comUpon the arrival of four large class. Mr. Felix ls expected Maryland or In any other State of mitted to tho voters of the county and 20 against lt. Old Papers Found. homo Monday In company with his panies of state guardsmen, which ratification or rejection at the United States at a State election. for their Th,ero was a great deal ot Interest sister, Miss Mary Elizabeth, who has had been held under arms, .and rush. In tearing down the old log house Various arguments were advanced a special election held for said pur pose In such araanner as may be pro-- 1 all oyer the county In the outcome Just completed a course in the New ed to the estate In automobiles, the on the farm Of T. A. Tate, near n monf , nttnok thnt thnsn rlanam The returns came England Conservatory ot Music at governor proclaimed martial law In Urowfisboro, was found between the violated the fifteenth amendment to vlfloil liv law. nnd when anv such In- - ot the election. l very rapidly, every precinct blnS Dos,ton Mass. the district extending half a mile in logs a tetter dated 1481, neatly writ- - the constitution providing that "the by any county debtedncss ls incurred reported by 5 o'clock. The.clty pre- front of his home and half a mile ten In ink, also several copies of the mw 0( the United States to vote said county may levy. In addition to c,ncts wero Practically all reported back and d quarter of a mile on Louisville dally Journal, dated 1831, ' BHau not Uo denied or abridged by Mutitheu allowed under section tho tax rate 4:3 daughter each side. and Boveral copies of the Baptist Ban- - th6 united States or by any State on Miss Elsie Matthews, the 157 of the constitution of Kentucky "When the soldiers lined up with (ner dated 1820. The logs In the old ttccount 0f race, color or previous of Mr. Heber Matthews, was married Us 50c on the $100) an (which rate Have Incorporated, June 16, to Mr. Hoy Addison Sum- fixed bayonets to disperse the crowd house were sound as a dollar, as were condltlou or servitude." amount not exceeding 20c on the bottles were the strips and laths nailed to them. of Mr. II. T. Quick and Mr. D. F. mers a .young Hrniy officer stationed stones, vbrlcks and valuation Another line of argument was that $100 ot the assessed LleU-ITll- O H,q !,,, .ana ,IIH nnt ",la,iv" n nhrl.lirn Piaster Was Still KOOd. said county for the purpose of pay- Mayfleld representing the General at Washington, D. C. Mrs Hammers thrown at them. Abrlck struck In plden times this house was tUe right 0f negroes to vote, as for-using tho interest on said Indebtedness Supply Co. of Owensboro were in sp' 111 her glr'Aod days In Hartford tenant Arnold Parker In the stomhouso. Tho blddeu by the fifteenth amendment, for a meeting and has a host ot admiring friends ach and rendered him unconscious. and providing a sinking fund for the town on business this week. The General Supply Co. has recently here. For the past two or three A bottle struck a private and cut chimneys were of solid stone and Dut it merely discriminated against payment of Bald Indebtedness. Incorporated for $10,000 with the years she has been away and at the his hand. substantial. It was hard work tear- - them by allowing those not negroes Repeals ,. . ,.a Inf. Commanding officer Major Catron .,..B Ihom .lum n i this following officers: of her marriage sne neia a poseen that time wi. ..u ..... atita VMt ls plain to be mui uuu. tn ttin fttho, .... ,0 voie wunoui meeting iub auatin- was struck by a stone as were sev- - where the chimney stood, the wood cations Imposed ostensibly upon all. H. T. Quick, Pres; Allan Reld, sition with the government as a good roads amendment to the conwas black with smoke, but not burn-- . , stitution repeals the following pro- - V. Pres; W. It, Bryant, Sec; D. U. stenographer at Washington. The eral others. The GoVernor proclaimed martial ed in the least. It looked like black ' Wire Cloth.any width frpm 24 to' by the visions in sections 157 and 158 of Mayfleld, Treas; Herman Karn, Ha-th- e wedding was, unexpected The flooring was laid with 40 inches, black, and galvanized, at bit and Pat Howard, Whitesvllle Dl- - friends and parents ot the bride and law at exactly 11 o'clock and by original constitution, viz.: night the crowd had virtually dls- - wooden pegs Instead ot nails. S. L. King's. groom. 1, That the limitation In section rectors. ISSUE THEGALLOWS jority rea I -- I I .... two-jenu- two-third- In-lo- vot-groun- s mts-Ihhu- ry er ar re , elec-votl- i to-wl- I I reorf two-thir- .... 7. i I I 1 a I """"' ,;,i o'". ed . name." Touch Liquor Shall Never Touch of Imperialism. -A Bryan went down to defeat again Ho won: Wilson was nominated. Mine." There are religions which would accept that parable as Gospel In 1900, on this new Issue, and as He brought his great following Into truth, and much to Bryan's credit. usual epitaphs were written over tils lino for an Eastern man, and Wilson AND IDEALIST Salem, 111., Is a little town which political grave. It Is a favorlto par- was elected. Tho new President, follor game; but Bryan never stays lowing a precedent set by Taylor, fairly shrieks at you at Its as a picture of that type. As dead, because there Is something en- Garfield and Harrison, made him you pass thru, Us orderly little street during In him. What Is it? That Secretary of State with Its little frame houses, all of the same spokesmanshlp for Intimate View of Effectc,! Himself In WilsohVlnterest. man of many regions, the man of the If you had a machine that you could operate at a good prosame kind and all neat and unassumTho Bryan showed a new side of fit day In and day oul, would you npt count as a loss the of State. ing, with its dirt roads and its typi- ume par.or wim urn meioaeon or h8 character to the country. He ef pue au J nuaat mvtHUH uwuaaia IUULV- - ' time it stood ld!c7 cal town hall, set correctly back be- nnrtnp nptran fit A nl tiali.tinurirt nhAln. faced himself In Wilson's Interest; he hind a correct little patch of grass in graph album and the "History of tho became a loyal subordinate, acceptmaclttie. Invested In Your money Is a good money-makin3a n Francisco Earthquake" bought ing a minor place cheerfully and laWorderful Career of Man Who a neat square, you feel Instinctively by subscription of deposit or on saving account, It earns Inour certificates from a book agent, boring with might and main to make that the Darwinian. theory must be terest every day of the week, every week of tho month and avoided in your Salem conversation. and the grandfather's clock In tho the Administration a success It is HAs Doubtless Ended His every month of the year. You know at once that the same fam- corner of the hall. chiefly due to his efforts that 13 was Political Career. But In 1904 tho Democratic lead- ono for its first two years. The now ilies have lived there for generations. Remember, wo give you absolute security nnd pay you tho was ers, tired of defeat, turned desperate- President was unknown to most of So they have; ono of them best rate of Interest. Bryan's nnd ho was born there on ly to the opposite wing of the party. his party, and tho legislation he rec March 19, 1800. The radical leaders, really opportun- ommended would have met with In The plnln man of the prarlo ists foreswore or hid their convic ternal opposition but for Bryan. Tho Secretary of State when Wll- Of course, he was the valedictorian Imm J. Dryan did; the prairie then of his class Illinois College, 1881. tions for the sake of victory, tried to Secretary whipped out his followers Cor. Mil anil I'redcrlra. .ilcnd diplomacy, Intcrnatlopnl Of course he became a lawyer; and of teach their unskilful tongues Jho Into line even for leglslatlot so reThe Bccret of all that has course. In the Middle West, that In- language of conservatism, and joined pugnant to them as "tho Currency KNOWN KVKUVWHKKK .i the MAI'K anil HKMAULK HANK pu?zlfd the land In his behavior lies volved politics. He lived now In Lin- In with the conservatives in the nom- bill, and tho Presidential program Bryan did went thru. In two years Mr. Wilson In ll.nt fact. Ills hold In the Wfst coln, Neb., In a Republican district, ination of Parker. But lies in the fact that he Is in himself but he was a Democrat. There was not yield; he foreswore nothing, hid had become a definite personality to the average man of that country, with a landslide in 1S90, the whole coun- nothing, and he fought a lonely tho country, and had a following the man's ideals, aspiration, defects try went Democratic and many a for- fight, the bravest of his life. of his own; but his initial success and drawbacks. There seems noth- lorn hope leader in some hidebound was due to Bryan, nnd but for Bryan llrjuii Fights Against Parker. ing strange or funny in a Secretary Republican district was swept Into His fight was one man against a Mr. Wilson might have had to face of State who goes to New York and Congress, Bryan among them. He multitude. Alone, he had to be every a party as divided as did Cleveland, signs temperance pledges, or holds made a great speech on the tariff where; he was In the Committee on and might have seen his administra Hilly Sunday's platform In Philadelwhich won him Instantly a national Resolutions, In the Committee on tion wrecked as Cleveland's was. phia, when you get a few miles away reputation; but Lincoln had recover Credentials, on the floor of the Con Mr. Bryan hoped to ninke an enfrom the cities; and if It seems a ed its Republican poise, and he did vention, speaking fighting, working, during name for himself as Secretary little queer to New York to find the not go back to Congress. He added to twenty hours a day. He had no one of State. In the years that had Secretary of State undertaking to de- his reputation In his own State, how to help him; all his fellows were on elapsed since he was Colonel of the molish the Darwinian theory, there ever as editor of its chief Democratthe other side, strangling their con- Third Nabraska, he had become an are plenty of regions where the Dar- ic organ, the Omaha World-Heralvictions and fighting against him. He ardent pacifist, and he dreamed of winian theory is regarded as a and went to Chicago as the head of was insulted on the platform, even by going Into history with a title greatof the devil to upset the Mosiac Its delegation to the National con- fellow-radicalhe was elbowed aside er than that of any other statesman cosmogony. Chesterton says that vention of 1896. and snarled at by men who had been who ever lived for such, surely, Dickens never wrote down to the mob The "Cross of Gold" Speech. more radical than himself; attempts man who abolished war. Tju't mind because he was himself the mob; At a moment when David B. Hill's were made to deny him a hearing. of his, honest as the day, but far and Brjan never talked down to the standard case and Tillman's failure Nothing could daunt hint or perturb from great; strong but not broad, men of the prairie for the same rea- In his effort at rejoinder had thrown him; he fought on till Parker was sees everything as simple, not as Why, son. a wet blanket over the sllverltes, nominated, went to his hotel at dawn complex. Is there a wrong? When you pay $895 for Heis not a man of culture, nor of Bryan came forward with his "Cross as the Convention adjourned, and fell then, abolish it; it is as simple as A an Allen 34 you get reading. He has been around the Is wrong; therefore let of Gold" speech. The cheering dele- Into his bed In utter collapse. A doc- B C. War world, but when he came back the gations carried him around us stop It. How? Why, get everybody $895 worth of car. the hall tor was summoned, who said' that The Allen 34 hu in book.'and articles he wrote were such on their shoulders. None of the candi- Bryan must Instantly give up all to agree not to fight without taking Allen J7 honepower You don't paya cent for unas might have been published as And a year to look Into the thing. Weitnn-Mo- tt convention was dom- work and undergo treatment. dates before the necessary overhead expense. guide books 'or in encyclopedias; he he busied himself drafting and necoating axle, mohair top inating or really of Presidential size; That evening the news came that and leather upholder?, could, have written them without leav We build inteerity into every Allen the convention was deadlocked for Parker had refused to run unless the gotiating treaties with all the world Warner tronsmisiion and ing Jionie. Travel had no broaden- many to get It to agree to this simple but automobile. Our organization it ballots, and at last It turned to word "gold" was written Into the steering gear, d ing or polishing effect cirupon his Bryan and nominated him. strong and permanent Wc are in drive, expandplatform, the convention was thrown certain remedy. The "glorified ing bnlet, HO inch mind. , the automobile business to stay. really into panic, the sick man arose from cuit rider" was at the head of tho His defeat by McKlnley wheelbasc, demountable Speatis! the Common Sinn's Thoughts. beginning of his career his bed and entered the wild and tur- Department of State of the United marked the Our purpose is to make every Allen rimi, aluminum crank Thei vast influence he still has is States. If anybody had suggested to white-facebreathing eae and aluminum as a national leader. Despite the ac bulent hall, car do its part in upholding our due to lie fact that the common man, cident which had made him the De- with difficulty, sweat pouring down him that there were nations which cue, full tq?i-mt- nt reputation for giving the greatest with all his mistakes and gaucherles, mocracy's nominal leader, he demon- his face and there took up the work no treaty could bind, he would have tf tUttrit tikU possible value for the price we get and tUctne Jtarttr. g speaks in- - him, and that when the still he fought answered, in the style of the prayer-meetinstrated that he was .the ablest of the again, single-hande- d The weight of the cur I 'If you have been waiting until you comroofa man hears his own thoughts exhorter, "Ah! I have highUU Itx . which, with the radicals into whose hands it had fall- on all night and was again defeated, could buy a strong, swift, safe, power of the motor, luturca So ho spoken in Bryan's voice he knows en, economy of operation. and his nominal chieftainship be- and went into the doctor's hands. er faith in human nature." handsomt car without paying a dolthat -- the accent Is sincere. Bryan came a real one. It was evident from Those speeches in that convention worked busily, building himself his W. kalld (We other lar more than its actual worth, the kI1i. Ihrae rnadxara may.have taken up this or that par- the beginning that he would be nomi- were really the greatest of his life niche In the temple of fame, and aad two toarlaa Allen 34, ticular issue because it sounded like nated in 1900. When the Spanish tho they may not read as well as meanwhile the greatest war In his895, is the complete answer to $873 ta r, a tory broke out. but none of them, rep war broke out he offered his' services others, each of them Vas a battle. your requirements. resented tha least divergence from and become colonel of the Third NeIdealism Unshaken by War. Parker's defeat by Roosevelt again ttylt,fiuh, firwer, tennrny if tftrathn, tjuifmtiit, ttrvittMi his course as a whole, which has albraska regiment. The Republican Ad- erased that ever recurring epitaph With such a mind as has been dequalutri and f net, dlttn can lakttht trad ways been honestly bent in a cerministration was taking no chances over Bryan's political grave. It was scribed. It Is evident that this event tain tplaln direction. He never hesi- on his getting any military glory, and evident at once that nothing could could not shake Mr. Bryan's confitated to be in a minority and never It marooned him in Florida till after prevent htm from a gain being the dence in himself or his remedies. To Factory RepreeentariToe for Southern Ohio, adjeoent Weet Vir dodged a flght. He is an innocent the war. He returned good for evil canodidate in 1908. Again he was definm Territory. Southern Indiana and entire Stat of Kentucky. him it was obvious that the war llieorlbt, who frequently goes wrong by going to Washington, uniform and feated, and again the epitaph ws came because the nations Involved Dealer t Write or wire for ageae? propoiitioa because of the simplicity of his men- all, and dragooning reluctant Demowritten. He ws extinguished, had not signed his treaty; If they tal .processes; hut he acts upon his cratic. Senators Into voting for the he would never again be an influence had Germany would have abided by theories, right or wrong, with all in- treaty with Spain whereby we ac- -' in the party: it'was.-tuse the phrase It; wou!dnot have dreamed, of treattrepidity and a whole-hearte- d cour- quired the Philipines. This was one of 1896 1900 and 1904 "the end of ing It as a scrap of paper; would have age in which the ordinary man sees of his Incidental opportunisms; he be- Bryan. waited the prescribed year; and AusThe qualities he himself would like to lieved it would give the Democrats a Again the epitaph had to be eras- tria would have given Serbia the have, and dreams he has. His mind winning Issue, that of Imperialism. ed. He was so far from being extin- same time to reply to her ultimatum. & not broad but it is strong; he is The cast of Bryan's mind is such guished that he became the domin- The mischief was done, but he set always sure he is right, and always that he always gets his winning isj ating force in the convention of 1912. about heroically to repair It; he ready to fight for his beliefs, and he sues on wrong end foremost; it gave I have recently purchased from A, C. Yeiser his recording is no doubt In the mind of bought to have the United StatM Inkeeps his hold upon his followers be- the Republicans a winning issue, that There Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, the writer, who was there, that Bry tervene as peacemaker; he sought cause he is not below them and not Hartford, jEtna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes given up all hope of running to prevent the United States from an had nluch atove them, and because they the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. President, for as he had expressed It protecting Us citizens on the high Xnow he Is honest and sincere. These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to In a thrilling midnight speech at that seas, since that seemed likely to lend In 10 OS the Democratic party pickconvention, he recognized at last that to war; and at last, finding his efhear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, ing1 itself out of the wreckage of he had too many enemies ever to forts of no avail, he resigned. Parker's defeat, was yearning to re No one who had seen him In his expect to win. But he did determine unite. "3ig business," assaulted and to be a king maker if he could not unequal fights for his principles) on bruised and banged about by Presibe a king, and a king-makhe wasj less, momentous occasions could dent Roosevelt, was ready to come doubt that he would flght for them Dominated the 1012 Campaign into line. Roosevelt or his candi- How Mrs. Hurley Was Reto the end on this greatest one. There Not even the convention of 1904 Is no parallel to his action in Ameridate could be defeated in 1908 only stored to Health by Lydia by Democratic harmony. Bryan was showed Bryan In better light as a can history. So far as Its political Halting their vast buslncus E. Pinkhum's Vegetable with one . fighter than that of 1912. He was de- aspects are concerned, the nearest another,' and that the abroad, traveling, and somehow his UnltoJ States is Compound. termined reactionaries thing to it Is Blaine's resignation hto only Important world mnrkotopen distant Sgure looked less appalling that the should not control the convention. than the near-b- y figure of the White Eldon, Mo. "I was troubled with At the beginning he was defeated, from Harrison's cabinet In 1892; to the Industrial nations on which ; House. The East did not ask him but that only faintly resembles It. to dump several billion dollars' worth displacement, inflammation and female never affected Bryan In Blaine did not resign because of any of manufactured to recant his radicalism, but only not products." weakness. For two but defeat Tho to talk about it. He arrived in New yoara I could not the least In all his life, and this time, difference In principles, but because practical wisdom of tho view la beSTOP AT only went on fighting. he wanted to flght the Administra- yond question. York, and business went to hear him stand on my feet as usual, he Undoubtedly tho make a harmony speech. If he made long at a time and I When the convention rejected him tion; and the superficial resemblance currents of trade are going to bo could not walk two for temporary chairman and elected it, business would support him for lies only In the similarity of tho greatly altered because of tho bitter blocks without en- Parker, the embodiment of all he opHo made the speech; he President. to resentments and hatreds engendered during cutting and posed, he merely took a fresh hold relations of the two Presidents declared for government ownership by the greatest war of all limes. their Secretaries of State. drawing pains down of railroads, business, roaring with fought harder. Bryan leaves the Cabinet saddened Nations will refuse to trade with each my right side which and pain, fell back into the Republican When he increased every Champ Clark swung Nebraska from but not disillusioned. When he had other as heretofore. They must find arms, and Bryan was defeated for to Wilson he had won, been Secretary of State two months new markets. month. I have been Where will tho llnd President. No, Bryan is not an opat that time purplo and theafter Wilson's nomination he said that he would not have taken them? The one big market that FRANK ECKERT, Prop. portunist--! in things that really in the face and would was only a question of time. He was office "If I thought there was to be a the widest open door, thanks walk the floor. I could not lie down or the. center of violent scenes, as when war during my tenure." "I believe." to tho Underwood Free-Tarimatter. H. H. ECKERT, Mgr. is that sit still sometimes for a day and a night maddened men swept down upon him he added, "there will be no war while of "AKIIorlfled Circuit Rider." the United States. Tho Illinois WllHttm Bayard' Hale once accurate at a time. I' was nervous, and had very and shook their standards In his face I am Secretary of State, and I be$1 Up, European Plan manufacturers are right in doiuond-ln- g ly descried him as "essentially a little appetite, no ambition, melancholy, and seemed 911 the verge of assault- lieve there will be no war as long as that the door be closed agalust and often felt as though I had not a preacher, a high-clas- s exhorter, u friend in the world. After I had tried ing him. When he tried to get a I live." It has not come out that the dumping of several billion dolglorified circuit rider." T.'iera are most every female remedy without suc- hearing and the opposition shouted way; It might have so easily come lars' worth of manufactured products vast spaces of our country still pop- cess, my mother-in-laadvised me to him down, he simply climbed up on out that way If only Germany had That la. the right attitude for AmeriWe Knock the Spots Out of Things take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable the platform beside the Chairman signed that treaty of his. But he Is can business, men To ulated by men and women of the take. "Restore Compound. I did so and gained in and forced them to hear. Once, not disillusioned; nothing can diskind; Chesterton describes Protection!" should be tho cry, strength every day. I have now no trou- while the whole convention seemed them as "full of stale culture and illusion him; his ideal is still only a . ble in any way .and highly praise your simplicity." They are to be yelling at DUiovs 'Attack.' medicine. It advertises itself." Mrs. In the midst of a hlm:andhe Vood day or two ahead of him, and he rewhirlwind of angry signs to fight for It, since flght for the Puritans-lutul'oct-urS. T. Hurley, Eldon, Missouri. When you have a bilious attack McCorkle, of West it in the Cabinet he cannot any r.t any iato they look ask-unnoise, your liver falls to perform its func- French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Remember, the remedy which did Virginia, on cards, t'sn'lng and the stage; jumping up facing htm) Superior Manner. tions. You become constipated. Tho this waa Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable fiey are th Kind o' folks who peo- Compound. For sale everywhere. shrieked In a voice heard above the you eat ferments In your stom- Send us your Oarmonts and Havo food pled mo :.:'si',?-li)o- i Valloy m l.iti "Are you a Cloe The Door! Thorn ach Instead of digesting. This InIt has helped thousands of womer cyclone; Democracy has Democrat?" ' "My coin's been certified ind '. 'sachusetts 'r Join who have been troubled with displace The Illinois Manufacturers' Asso- flames the stomach and causos nauCLEANED CLEAN Hancock'si. Bryan does not tali: down men ta.inflammation, ulceration, tumors, to by six and a half million voters. ciation seta a good example to Amer- sea, vomiting and a terrible headPackages called lor and delivered. to .that type for votes, he is that irregularities, periodic painsbeckacho, But," pointing his palm leaf fan at ican business men in tbe adoption of ache. Take Chamberlain's Tablets. type, Colonel George Harvey, with that bearing down feeling, indigestion, McCorkle, with magnificent conrea resolution declaring that TUey will tone .up.ypur liver, clean THE ELITE PRESSING GLUIH and nervoiw prostration,. after all other tempt, "I will ask the secretary to sult of the European war sarcastic inteut, alleged that Bryan out your stomach and you will soon meanshaYe failed,' Why don't ypu try r bear-lu- g one vote in tha negative if animosities will act as a natural bar be as well as ever, became- - 'a after "A. Iva They only cost ' Ui rW.f , 4 a Utile girl recite 'The Lips That it? Lydja E. Pinkham Medicine Co., the gentleman will give me, .his to the manufacturers from reestab- - a quarter. Obtainable LyBa,-Maeverywhere. BRYAN-M- AN Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest g Ex-Secreta- ry e ". : : Price, $895 Study these facts en-rileft-han-traiu-miui- on t : be-un- io Central Trust Company d, de-ri- ce s; The Allen 34 vote-make- tlM or. Kenton Motors Co. "SXZggS" NEW INSURANCE AGENCY WOMEN CAN HARDLY BELIEVE er E. E. BIRKHEAD, 4MMM) ECRERT'S Hartford, Ky. . When in Louisville t J h i 5th Avenue Hotel aae,a. of-fe- rs ff I w ed ih4.de-au-ndanU'- of lly, Ladies' and Men's Garments ie as-th- e .whllo-rlbbone- d HAKm8D, JCJGfiXUCKY. B JE V 0 COSTLY DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATION ERRORS Treasury Will Lose Millions Dollars Under Court Decision. worse to worst wo can manage to get nlong with our own resources. Restored (o flood Health. was sick for four years with stomach trouble," writes Mrs. Otto Cans, Zaneavllle, Ohio. "I lost of I weight and felt so weak that I nl- most gave up hope of being cured. A friend fold me about Chnmberlaln's Tablets, and Rlnce using two bottles of them 1 have been a well woman." Obtainable everywhere. m , Reducing the Cost of Upkeep "I ' j i Vaoderbilt Training School for Boys s M ' ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into the best typo of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is.widely ' scat- tered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there- fore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select eioun of boys. Write 'Him? Bill Burinf I Washington, D. C, June 22. The Court of Customs Appeals has just added another act to the comedy of ad-- I j errors In which the Democratic ANNOUNCEMENTS. ministration takes the star part. Long Wrsriof THE INSTALLATION L. C. Smith. & Bros. Typewriters invariably followed by the discovery that the bills tor ribbons are much lees than before. A large corporation recently found that its ribbon expense was cut in two. This is not an accident. It is the result or the mechanical construction that makes the L. C. Smith & Bros, cheapest to maintain. is The hall bearings give light touch ana eliminate rounding impact. The ribbon is actuated by the carriage, not the typehar. The ribbon mechanifm u automatic, to that the ribbon reverfee at the the end is reached and without added (train. ln-it- ant Low ribbon cost, low cott of maintenance and the highest efficiency these are guaranteed to L. C. Smith of Bros, uters. DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKING L. C. SMITH & Bfe.OS. K(n, 414 Main Street Braclf i TYPEWRITER C? Citici OffK, anJ Factory. SYRACUSE. N. Y. All Pii&cjp&l CINCINNATI, OHIO. U K. iffw B aoaoaoa9aoaittsi&!V-N,BoaoaoB- w jw , , H r u ?aeJM Wake up busffi&ss Ring: up on JL2 ! The Bell Telephone is the Big Ben of Business. the Bell. You may talk about dull times 'till you lose your breath but it won't help matters, save your breath to talk into your Bell Telephone. - of prospects, there is no quicker way none that saves more time or expense.If you haven't a Bell Telephone, get one now. Call the Business office for rates. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED Ring: up old customers, then start ,on a fresh list BOX 119, OWENSB0R0, KY. S tB S H Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk at the general priA Doctor's Prescription for Couch mary election Aug. 7, 1915.' An Kffective Cough Treatment. tities. to one teaspoonful of We are authorized to announce & Co. P. R. 1 Dr. King's New Discovery, taken as CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the Mull Order Department. peeded, will soothe and check Coughs t Republican nomination for Circuit Owensboro, Ky. Colds and the more dangerous BronThe first bath room ft which I am given V. n. Lancaster & Co., Court Clerk of Ohio County, General chial And Lung Ailments. You can't primary election August 7, 1915. contract, provided same is made within Owensboro, Ky. afford to take the risk of Berlous IllGentlemen: Enclosed find ness-, when so cheap and simple a the next month. If in need of other build, for which send me, exI We are authorized to announce remedy as Dr. King's New Discovery ing material see me. press prepaid, qts.; Is obtainable, do to your Druggist WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate gals. Old Quality 1 Star. get a bottle of Dr. King's New for the Republican' nomination for Name Discovery, start the treatment at Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. Express Office once. You will be gratified for the General Primary August 7, 1915. Postofflce 1 relief and cure obtained. Cut Out and "Mall Now. Wo are. authorlzet to announce We Are Worrjlnjc Along. CARL if. TAYLOR, of Prentiss preThe substruction of a fine yellow cinct, a candidate for the Republican lemon, dye from tho virtually worth- nomination for Circuit Court Clerk WE HAVE IT JoMKrirjeS.YCARVj less osage orange wood, anno'unced of Ohio County. General Primary cxrcriicNci; ,.FOR THE CONTRACTOR a few days ago from the national Saturday, August 7, 1915. forest products laboratory at Madi FOR THE CARPENTER son, Wis., Is only one of a long ser We are authorized to announce FOR THE OWNER. ies of developments and enterprises VNDREW THORPE.of McHenry a !l forced upon the United States by the candidate for the Republican dominaSash, Doors, Cplnmns, Windows. Send us G exigencies of the war. Let the con- tion for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio Taiiu , your list for pur Lowest Xrice, flict continue for five years, as gome County.. General Primary election' COFVMOHTm Ac, of the extreme pessimists, say It will, August 7,' 19l'5 Ant oat lonalisa akolrb and ducrlptkin soar sjulvslf scoslataw ajUsUon (raf hctiiar ta ana we snail oe virtually tree irom ' r I urrnMiw wwmtr wwua.vws1 unlca. We are authorized to announce S. iwnoairtnMwoooaoDU HHtfOfmyaowa no raiBBsa . the necessity of, solos torjthe Old FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY SODOMpjfMtOntS. lacoreoraUd .World, tor material to use Ijn our var-,Ie- 4 P. McKlNNEY, of, Beaver .Dam, as I H f imauL iDdustrles., ,We do, not, e Joy g a, candidate, for the nomination for FOftDBVILJe, ikcWIIwon, jtfgr. f dv ik i nwrt J,' .1 .1 1 ffr'A ! .X HI TU,ofl; ifrom Esrope l( rU, a Circuit (Court "Cle'rkj subject taf 'tfcV yA wvmmiMm'wmmMwmmviv fcaaosossaly WMtrat 4 yoaMr. .lasaistaliiti. AliAH A0 ALL vuw poslUverlos tobe deprirgijoi Duty ; wi 41.. iccuwraiB ui ubio mo nraia.-raulaium si WMlWWtrm jjjteq's of,rtleWtht Germiny knows county, at 'tne'Geheral "Primary elee-- ! iaMMJM(VH T-i , '.'.wvrvi C"; t W Tin gartford KalMlfwVfor Job Prtottoy Progjn mjjTWy.V w'-- Well how tovroduce. ButMf UlonAugust 7, 115. otfj Mie The Court has rendered an opinion on the construction or tlio provision In the Underwood tarlfT law Intended to give a five per cent discount In customs duties on merchandise Imported In American Vessels, and has virtually declared that the effect of the provision gives a wholesale discrimination in favor of ships of foreign countries. In a recent article attention was directed to this classic blunder then pending before the Customs Court. The slovenly methods by which it wus enacted were referred to, showing that the Democrats had a vague idea about aiding American shipping, adopting a vaguo method of extending such aid, and by careless guess work had thrown the whole matter Into the courts.. It was shown that during the debate In Congress Republicans had given repeated warnings that, apart from Its policy, the phraseology of the five per cent section was meaningless and should bo corrected to accomplish its purpose. The decision of the Court of Customs Appeals completely confirms these statements, and rubs It In by saying: "The wisdom or expediency of the policy is n matter Into which we may not inquire nor have we the right to suspend the operation of the statute because we may think its purpose is not adequately accomplished." It will be recalled that the language of the five per cent discount section provided that "nothing herein shall bo constructed as to abrogate or In any manner Impair or effect the provisions of our treaties with foreign nations." . It appears from the opinion of the Customs Court that there are at least 5,500 treaty nation vessels In the American foreign trade, and that there are not over fifty American vessels. As a "favor" to our own ships the Democratic Congress, acord-In- g .to this decision, gave an Equal Bounty to 5,500 competing foreign vessels. In its decision the court referred to statistics showing thai the discount provision reduces duties Ave per cent upon considerably more of all our dutiable Imthan one-haports. After all its labored adjustment of tariff rates the Democrats, In this single paragraph proposing a five per cent discount, practically destroyed the effect of all preceding schedules, and in the same breath conferred upon foreign ships a valuable prlvillgo Intended only for our own ships. In harmony with the decision of the court of Customs Appeals there will he a refund of customs duties estimated nt from twelve million to fifteen million dollars. Who gets tlio benefit of this fund? Eventually by far the larger part of It will find its way into the coffers of foreign manufacturers. Unless the United States Supreme Court reverses the decision of the Court of Customs Appeals, these millions of dollars must come out of a treasury already facing a huge deficit resulting from' gross mismanagement by the present administration. lf For State Treasurer. Wo are authorized to announce HON. It. L. MOORE, of Crittenden county, a candidate for the Republican nomination for State Treasurer, General Primary election August 7, 1915. For Circuit Judc. We are authorized to announce R. W. SLACK, of Daviess County, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Judge, Sixth Ju dlclal district. General primary election Aug. 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, as a candidate for the nomination for Judge of the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the State Primary the first Saturday In August, 1915. JUDGE 5 5 2 g 5 P 5 MflTHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. ikHHimmuiinnHHUHHS t .& .1. ! f jKjy 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. Kor Commonwealth's Attorney. We are authorized to announce LAWRENCE P. TANNER, of Owens-borKy., a candidate for the nomination for Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the State Primary the first Saturday In August, 1915. o, kWii ti Hi !J FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN Hi tin Tho only comploto collection in xuttneo Pictures of nit President i of the United States, from ash- JnBton to Wilson. Flags of all Nations in colors. The very latest Kentucky Map showing Counties.towns.railroads.Con- j Igrrsslonal districts, etc Latest Kentucky Census, b Ul and Fullandcompleternapofthe compleUmapoHheUnitedStatcs. ....-... iiueparunenu oi me scale uwcrnmeni wiui uis " Denaftmentand the clerical force with their salaries.. Various W SiSrnt,lrlrV ftnirtlannrt fHrta n.f ,tl thlr Staff Wl th., OlhcerSr ftlld -w . r "v - political iy" " ". v"" - . ajanes. committees ana uisanizauuus " KMltUCKV Chief llVi.tr.nlnf.tM TT!,4 Q.i,m Qn?itnr SSKeb. 4 Speakers of the Kentucky House. Confiresslonaltid Cn..-i.- l lliatrlfta- t..f likm.J. ni. A HttaftH? qj Kentucky, when made and from what Counties.'' . .C 1)1. Governors Pictures of i All From lha foundationKentucky's tho prMont of too Slot to nona. inineiiistoncaiKeniucKyeei.tngi:u ...ci.i.... r statistics from the foundation of the State to the present time. All k.tininrt... in ci.i.nffii.. - i?viitlvf t Dennrtment. sfkoh .. t v a SAr1o nf . We are authorized to announce BEN D. RINGO, of Owensboro, Ky., a candidate lor tne nomination lor Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the State Primary the first Saturday in Au- a This uniaue and valuable Atlas is tree to,all Evening Post subscribers, am it not . Cull Ti t Art u now a suDscrjDer, senu j.u iw ftUfir'Q siihcyrintirknr nr 12.00 for a SIX -I p AU of tho Vital SUUsUcs ot Koarawy gust, Jnfonths subscription by maiL d Ploaso ffBc1orstaal: taos. ratoa trnfri nH 1915. aro by mall oot tmronch cartiar or acoot. COsTODtATIOHOrTER: K. OUR ffKlAL Wo are authorized to announce JOHN H. THOMAS, of-- Ohio bounty, a candidate for State Senator, 7th composed of District, Senatorial Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler counties. General primary election Aug. 7, 1915. announce LEACH, of Beaver Dam, Ky., a' candidate for State Senator in the 7th Senatorial District. comprised of the counties of Ohio, ButRepublican ler and Muhlenberg. primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. HON. ALBERT ,vKpp jSUte Senator. Vk ICaktoUtyXvosWs WaH CkorT HrtfX?Jr-RMitt)ihii- rf" pVallr Eroaloi Post. MHt yoar, - 83.09 - t 'yrFOR V - ..3.B0h! i.w i4ri ) ojbHobom We are authorized to For State Representative. We are authorized to announce W. S. 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Iwk of "l' Bargaias" New Edition yrgr.J" Just Published for th 191.3-19- K Season l . rjsbwd' j.i.LirrwconcoMrAin WASMINtlT JMI-- SENT FRED UPON RBQtHtST jrv-- j x- ai'nt rftatMMPMtL - '"nm - v'r "'" rl nyi be-la- -- ,MMM.',HmMM).1HMtHm ,? -- ', .o A ,".' lH mm rr'Waaaaijt &7si7tit7.,:rgit ileal otaaatu loot jreMevm aata 4 arsta al a Ualsmt. m.Ve.iUt Itrport of The Condition of The providing Stnto Wide Prohibition In FARMERS BANK Kentucky. It did not adopt woman DohiK hiiNliicxs at the ton n of h.BU.rd arrottllrg to liw t tk l'otofflri suffrage, or a woman suffrage ,plank. rtord, Ky m rnll nmttfr ul 11" iirnl It adopted a plank favoring the sub(nlcrton, County of Ohio clam. Stnto of Kentucky nt the mission of that question to a vote of cloe of himlncHs on loth people,, but expressly refusing to the C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor day of June, 11)15. commit nny member of the party to side of the proposition. cither Address all communications to . Resource. Republican. Tno Hartford American People Ilurilencil Without Loans nnd Discounts . . . . 132,231.5(5 Priced. IoterliiK Overdrafts, secured and NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Senator Reed Smoot of Utah, says: 00 unsecured HntoerlNTK dlrliiR the imjwr ftut to r Brw "The Democrats have lald'an enor- Stocks, Honda nnd other mont (tire the old ililtvf In nmklnit tlf addmui mous burden on the American pcophi 00 Securities rftqwwt. destroyed the sugar Due from Ranks Local iml Notice 10c ptr llnr'nml tc nnd absolutely 11,787.94 Ilulnrf industry of the United States with- Cash on hand (Hir line lor rnd mlilltlonnl Insertion. 3,586.0.1 Oliltunrkf , llMolatlonn ami Card of Tli ttkr fK out reducing the price of that comChecks and other cash line, money In ndvniicr. pr modity. 00 Items Uborrh Notlcin lor mttIcph lm, liot otliw "Sugar Is a striking illustration Ranking House, Furniture ndTtlM,m,nt. .V r line. will rmln no of the great blunder which the Democoiuiiiunli'ntlon Anonjrinoa 2,200.00 nnd Fixtures tUDtlon cratic pnrty committed in its passage Other Real, Estntc 3.057.3S of the tariff of 1913," said Senator Other Assets not Included 7ELSFIIOXTEB. Smoot. "Under this law tho tariff under any of above Clim'borlari.a. ....... duty on imported sugar was reduced CO 00 heads roimtio' Hutual 25 per cent, and this commodity will automatically be placed on the free Total I52.S61.91 KHIDAV, JU.NK 2.--. list on May 1, 1916. I will not Liabilities. dwell upon tho effect of this law How long did the President give further than to say that many of our Capital Stock paid in, in ' cash $15,000.00 those Mexicans to settle their trou- American sugar beet factories have Surplus Fund 3,000.00 bles? closed their doors since its passage, nnd must close again when the Eu- Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid. 1,499.24 The next legislature should make ropean war restores foreign compesubto our tition and reduces foreign demnnd. Deposits some needed amendments game fish and laws. That tho price of sugar to the con- ject to check.. $21, 469. 69 sumer was not reduced by the 25 Demand CertiSince Italy entered the war on the per cent reduction In the tariff rates ficates of De 00 side of the Allies, the end of the war is clearly borne out by the authorita- posit has been extended, by the gucssers, tive statistics, for as n matter of fnct, Time Deposits. 11.S92.9S 00 two years. Wonder how long the for ten weeks Drlor to the outbreak Certified Checks United States would extend the time, of the war in Eurone. when normal Cashler'schecks 00 '.3,362.67 should we enter against Germany. conditions existed in the sugar mar- - outstanding .. ket, the retail price of sugar was Due Banks and Trust 00 If anything had been lacking to from d h to of a cent j Companies . . . grove that Leo M. Frank did not per pound higher thnn it was foriNotes and B,ns Redis- get a air trial at Atlanta, because eight weeks before the 25 per cent I counted . . 00 Of mob conditions, it is supplied by 00 reduction became effective, and dur-- 1 unpaid Dividends 00 the attempt to mob Gor. Slaton, af- ing all this time the profits of the Reserve for taxes . . . 00 ter be had commuted Frank's sen- sugar refineries had increased about Bills Payable tence to life imprisonment. amount that the duty was Other Liabilities not in-the same eluded under any Over one hundred prominent men decreased. 00 above heads The Democratic biennial threats jhave been indicted at Indianapolis and the insistent demand of the sufor election frauds. If our own A. gar $52,861.91 Total refineries for free sugar have O. Stanley goes to their rescue, he prevented capital, always more or less frill be compelled to quite the race for timid, from flowing into tho tndus-- , state of Kentucky,) Governor. His experience with the i try as it would have flowed If it could )Sct. Texre Haute defendants will make have been assured of proper protecCounty of Ohio. ) Jjja services almost indlspenslble to tion against .the cheap labor product We. W. H. Bean and Alvin Rowe, Jtr. Taggart and his friends. of foreign countries. And because President and Cashier of the above Bank, do solemnly swear JUI pie Lexington Republican State of this lack of definite policy on the named part of our government, the Ameri- that the above statement is true to Convention the name of former Fairbanks, of Indiana, was can people will be filched of $480,-000,0- the best of our knowledge and belief. within jtwo years; an enorW. H. BEAN, President. many delegates as ,PQ the lips of ALVIN ROWE, Cashier. their choice for the Presidency next mous price to pay for the lack of Subscribed and sworn to before .year. No one would better suit the wise statesmanship." : me this 21st day of June, 1915. frtjtor Of this paper, and we believe My Commission Expires January be Republicans "generally in this Report ot the Condition of the 28, 1918. part of the, Staje, than the great Rockport Deposit Bank FENA ROWE. Notary Public. Hoosier Statesman, for the nominaCorrect Attest: Doing business at the town of tion next year. W. H. BEAN, Rockport, County of Ohio, Edwin P. Morrow is going lo prove L. C. MORTON, State of Kentucky, at the .agTeater fighter than either his faALVIN ROWE, close of business on 10th rther, the late Z. T. Morrow, or his "i Directors. day of June, 1915. Uncle W. O. Bradley. He Is as as either and is never tiring in "'" Report of the Condition of The Resources. "a sajnpalgn. He is also a great Loans and Discounts ...$36,224.45 CITIZENS BANK handshaker and when meeting a Overdrafts, ' secured and crowd shakes with both hands, his Doing business at the town of 382. 98 unsecured famous Btnile always present, while Stocks, Bonds and other Hartford, County of Ohio he Calls out hello Dick, Tom, John 00 State of Kentucky, nt the Securities etc. It Is hard to defeat such a man. Due from Banks close of business on 15th 6.097.47 day of June, 11)15. 3,713.29 Cash on hand Mr. Newman is the latest Demo., , Checks and other cash 5 cratic Candidate for Governor to get '00 ReMiurces. items cold feet. He withdraws in the InHouse, FurniLoans and Discounts ...$00,346.37 McChesney, evidently, Banking terest of Mr. and 4,700.00 Overdrafts, secured ture as he cays he desires to have the 00 00 unsecured No Other Real Estate State-wid- e question tested. Stocks, Bonds and other Other Assets not Included doubt also ho took Into considera165.75 Securities under any of above tion the uncertainty of Ills chances, H,506'.70 3.S91.28 Due from Ranks heads even though he should succeed in his 5,647.95 Cash on hand The growrace for tho nomination. $55,009.47 Checks and other cash Total .. .' ing popularity of Kd. Morrow may 911.34 items Liabilities. have had something to do with his Banking House. Furniture Canltnl Stock paid In, in eleventh hour dcclblon. 1,000.00 and Fixtures $15,000.00 cash 00 Other Real Estate The action taken by the Union Surplus Fund 5,000.00 Other Assets not Included Miners of Ohio County, at a meeting Undivided Profits, less exunder any of above held at Droadway this week, on the 184.97 penses and taxes paid. 00 heads aubject of lawlessness deserves spec- Deposits subject If the resolu- to check ial commendation. $14,003.50 $85,638.17 Total tions adopted, and which appear else- cates of Deposit 00 , Liabilities. where in this issue, are carried out Demand Certifl- it will be a long step toward a re- Time Deposits. $19,748.80 Capital Stock paid in, in turn to saneness In Ohio county. Now Certified Checks $25,000.00 00 cash let the tobacco growers hold a few Cashier's checks 12,500.00 Surplus Fund Meetings and take action in a sim- outstanding .. 42.20 33,794.50 Undivided Profits, leBs exitar way. This organization can no Due Banks and Trust penses and taxes paid. 2,914.00 more afford to rest under the load 1,030.00 Deposits subject Companies ot odium than tho United Mine Work-er- a. Notes and Bills Redis- $32,218.27 to check 00 Demnnd Certicounted 00 ficates of DeUnpaid Dividends As yet no real criticism has been 00 00 posit Reserve for taxes plat-foroffered to the Republican State 00 Time Deposits. $13,005.90 Bills Payable True the Louisville Evening 00 Certified checks Other Liabilities not inPost says it wus brought forth by a Cashier's checks cluded under any of saloon owned and bossed convention, 00 45,224.17 00 outstanding above heads or words to that effect. However, Due Banks and Trust . when It is remembered that only the Companies .$55,009.47 Total Post eald it, and that same paper Notes and Bills Redis-- , agulnst all has eald so much for and counted parties in the last ten years, this State of Kentucky,) Unpaid Dividends )Sct. Mew will be materially softened. The ' Reserve for taxes Lexington Herald, Louisville Times County ot Ohio, ) Payable We, A. D. Park and J. I. Hoslck, Bills sad other sure enough Democratic Liabilities not In- -, . papers have said niuny nice things President and Cashier of the above Other named Bank, do solemnly swear .eluded under any of- afeant the Convention and platform. OP t heads that the above statement is true to There is an inclination In some the best ot our knowledge and be,...$85,638.17 Total quarters to misrepresent the Repub- lief A. D.PARK.vPresldent. This may lican platform-conventioState of Kentucky,) , JAS. I. HOSICK, Cashier. r saay not be intentional. Let us " JSct. : Subscribed and sworn to, beforre wulerstsnd first that the convention County of Ohio. ) - me this 23d day of June, ,1915 4U aot vote down State Wide ProWe, Alvin 'Rowe and JI Ci4RHey, M Commission Expires January. It voted down a proposed attrition. Vfc 'President and Casater of (the 4aek committing the Republican 28th 1918,, 0 wlemnly abote named Bunk, L. T. RE.ID, Notary Public. in favor p the legislature sub- -' Hartford Republican. milling n constitutional amendment swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge nnd belief. ALVIN "ItOWE, V, Prcs. J. C. RILEY, Cashier. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 21st day of June, 1915. My Commission Expires Jnnunry 22, 1918. II. R. RILEY, Notary Public. Correct Attest: J. C. RILEY, F. M. HOOVER, ERNEST WOODWARD, Directors. Report of the Condition of the ' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o The continued unreasonable weath0 0 er for cultivating is going to force you 0 M6MJrfir8l,l0 BUY THE OLIVER f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 V? o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 to do it quick or you will do less than is absolutely necessary to make a good Beaver Dam Deposit Bank A 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rank Dolus IIusIiickh In of Ilea err Dam, County of Ohio, State of Kentucky, at tho close of HuslncsN on Iftth Hay of June, III 1.1. Ton crop. 13 Resources. Loans and Discounts. . .$197,053.62 Overdrafts, secured nnd unsecured 435.57 Stocks, Hoiuls and other Securities 27.0S4.37 Duo from Hanks 85,780.68 Cash on hand 14.347.74 Banking House, Furni2,000.00 ture and Fixtures. . . . Total $320,701.88 Good cultivation and plenty of it makes a bigger yield and a better quality. We can improve your cultivating ability by placing at your disposal one one-fift- one-thir- Liabilities. Capital Stock paid in, In $ 25,000.00 cash Surplus Fund 31,500.00 Undivided Profits, less . expenses nnd taxes paid 2,966.94 Deposits subject to check ...$118,588.09 Time Depos$14S,646.85 267.234.94 its 0 do more and better cultivating than 0 0 two men and two horses. 0 0 This saving will soon pay for the 0 0 Oliver. Considering all these advan0 0 tages and savings that you ride in0 0 stead of walking you are inconsistent 0 CULTIVATOR. 0 0 We have all styles and we are 0 0 nomical use you can put it to. 0 0 Phone us. We will send a demon0 0 strator to show you. 0 0 0 0 ready to demonstrate to you the 0 eco- 0 or more of the FAMOUS OLIVER 0 CULTIVATORS. 0 0 One man and a pair of horses can 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 if you don't buy yourself an OLIVER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 of Total I $326, 701. S8 0 u 0 State of Kentucky,) )Sct. County of Ohio, ) We, I. P. Barnard and John II. Barnes, President and Cashier ot tho above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. I. P. BARNARD, President. JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22d day of June, 1915. MARSHALL BARNES, Notary Public. My Commission expires January 23, 1918. Correct Attest: G. H. BARNES, C. P. AUSTIN, JNO. H. BARNES. Directors. . 0 E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. f f fTTfVfTTTVVfT9STTfTVV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 nt rr4 elo-qne- nt Report ot the Condition of The I BANK OF HARTFORD Doing business in the town of Hartford, County of Ohio, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on 15th Resources. Loans and Discounts. . . .$17S,617.62 Overdrafts, secured nnd 956.74 unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other Securities 6.300.00 15,623.45 Due from Hanks 13,890.90 Cash 011 hand... Hanking Houses Furni4,000.00 ture and Fixtures... Checks and other cash 350.45 Items .00 Other Real Estate Other Assets not Includ-undany of above 00 heads er Goodby, Old Top! For hat style and hat value this store is your best bet, gentlemen. ' .."' We're right up to the minute in hats and everything else we handle. Make us back this statement up. Come and let us put a new kelly on you. .... $ Total $219,739.16 Liabilities. Capital Stock paid In, in $ 40,000.00 cash 20,000.00 Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses taxes and 525.61 paid Deposits subject to check . ...$63,059.06 Demand Certificates of De00 posit Time Deposits 94,256.46 00 Certified Checks Cashier's checks 00 157,315,52 outstanding. Due Banks and Trust 1,750.03 Companies Notes and Bills Redis- 00 counted 148.00 Unpaid Dividends 00 Reserve for taxes 00 Bills Payable Other Liabilities not included under any ot ' above heads 00 Hub Clothing Company HARTFORD, the best ot our knowledge and lief. be- KENTUCKY. J. W. FOIID, President. PLENTY OF FEED ....... ... C. O. HUNTEH, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of June, 1915. My Commission Expires February 11th, 1918. MARGAIIET MAKKS. Notary Public. Correct Attest: ROWAN HOLBHOOK. C. THOMAS, It. E. IBa and mighty good feed too may bo found here. The hay and grain offered to our customers Is not a miscellaneous collection of J. ..... Directors. Notice. night, June 26, Co H will hold a drill in the armory at which time preliminary arrangements will be made for the annual encampment. Every member should be present. J. M. DeWEESE, Captain. On Saturday ...... Total State of Kentucky,) $219.739.16 FEED Mr7 )Sct. County ,ot Ohio. ) We, J. W. Ford and C. O. .Hunter, President ad, Cashier ot the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that tn abore itttwrat Is true to . from 1 unknown .sources, but U carefully selected goods--frothe best . grain fields of the country. Try I For Sale At Cost. One 14;tooth Cultivator, one 8x18 and you will be convinced. ijlsp Harrow,' two Hoosler Corn BRO- Drills one Deerinr Binder. Apply to Black, Blrkhcad Her, Tka.PrWMe.llMfcaaU KKNXPCSX- Haror. .HAKTPOMtV v ot W. E. ELLIS M uAW ""' .'.lit 1 s o E6e FREE Day Thursday, July 15, 3:00 P. M. Mr. F. n. Tlchenor, a prominent citizen of Centertown, who has been In bad health for many months, was stricken with paralysis Wednesday and his condition Is very serious. RETURNS TO REPUBLICANS is the Day and the Hour One "&e Free" Sewing Machine Will Be Given Away absolutely without cost, t someone nt our big (lomonbtration on the above date. Be sure to bo there. You may be the one to receive this valunble present. Everyone will have an equal opportunity in this award-inThousands of been have coupons distributed. Fill out the one you have and deposit it at our store. If you have none, then call at our btore and get one it will cost you nothing. g. In this Issue appears the statement of the condition of tlio Citizen's Dank, of Hartford. This bank Progressive Committeeman Is under excellent management and Is undoubtedly prospering In spite of Resigns Giving Reasons. the times. Mr. Guy Statler and family, of Mr, and Mrs. Hardwell, of In Strong Letter Says Split Can Taylor Mines, Mrs. George Necl, of Now Only Aid Louisville and Mrs. It. K. Lee of Hartford spent the day In Democrats. Owensboro Saturday, Mc-Henn, The General Supply CO, Incorporated. Owensboro, Kentucky. it 1 Don't Forget the Day and Hour. E. F. Barnes & Beaver Dam, JESjy gsggq&sgqqqgwx&$qqgqqqgq PALM BEACH SUITS Neat, Cool and Comfortable-Ide- al Garments for Summer. are showing a beautiful line of Palm Beaches, in tans, grays, dark gronnds with pencil stripes, new styles in all sizes. Prices We $6.50, S7.50. $8.00.' orders receive prompt attention. Postage prepaid. Five percent refunded to out of town patrons, not to exceed actual Mail bus or railroad fare. SEND US VOIR MAIL ORDERS. 1 WILE BROS. Owensboro, Ky. s$s$$rostTOsro$roro$ ti t S .. i Tffi ' ir ,. ' Mrs. Joe Miller and children are visiting relatives In Owensboro. Mr. I. S. Mason, Beaver Dam, was FRIDAY, JUNE In town several days this week. Grlffln Master Miller, Central li., H. & 8T. L. R. R. TIME TABLE. City, Is visiting his grandmother, Mo. 115 due at Ellmitch 9:20 a.m. Mrs. Jennie Miller, Union Street. No. 114 due at Ellmitch 6:15 p.m. Lost Land deed from C. D. Willis 3:40 p.m. No.112 Lv. Ellmitch .. Ar. Irvington .. 3:40 p.m. to S. H. Amies, Kinder will pleaso Lv. Irvington .. 6:46 p.m. return to S. II. Amies, LeltchfielJ, Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. K. )km. Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. Misses Mary Ellen and Isabel ' Ar. Irvington ..10:06 a. m. Moore, of Ellzabetntown are the a.m. guests of Mrs. Martha Ross and othLv. Irvington ..10:40 Ar. Ellmitch .. 1:04 a.m. er relatives. - Hartford Republican. 2. ill - K. R. R. TIME TABLE. M., H. South Bound, No, 116 8:45 a. m. Due at Hertford North Bound, No. 114 6:16 p. m. Due at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) -- Messrs. William Head and Edward Murphy, of Adams, Teiin., were the guests of friends in Hartford Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Blrcher re- turned this week from a visit to friends and relatives at Irvington and Brandenburg. Miss Corlne Rogers of Elkton, arrived last Week' to be the west of her grandparents, Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox and other relatives. Mr, Ptrry Keown, Clovls, New Mexico, arrived in ilartford Wednesday, and (WlilJse th'egue6t,of liis parents, MV. ana Mrs.'C.' P. Keown, for '- '" ; . two weeks. Wire cloth at 8. L. King's. spent Miss Winnie Simmerman Friday. Ike day In Llrermore Miss Mary Barrow, of Lexington ia the 'guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Taylor. V:i-- 1 JV..na nrl'flHn.,of Louisville ' "guest of her sister,. Mrs. ' Maimer ' Willtaw t week. , & i . WfA'J. inMt)t'tlie ' ti :' I.cct A package of recommendations on Taylor Bros, churn. It Is a Williamsburg, Ky., June 12. Representatives for package about 10 inches long, 3x4 Hon, J. C. Bird, one of the lenders of loose-lea- f ledger " Progressive party, and the memwide, bound with binder. Kinder please communicate ber of the Staff Progressive American Seeding Machine Co. Exwith S. L. King. ecutive Committee for the Eleventh Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machine Co. Mrs. K. W. Acton, who had been district, has resigned as a member of himvisiting her daughter, Mrs. John A. the committee and has Daniel, of Pleasant Itldge, has re self with the Republican party. Electric Light Plants for Country Homes. His resignation was announced In turned to her home, Olaton, Houte 1. She was accompanied as far as loiter which states that tho mainWater Pressure Systems for Country Homes. Hartford by her daughter, Mrs. Dan- tenance of a Progressive organization iel, who spent a few days visiting in Kentucky can only mean the election of a democratic State ticket and her friends. Farming Implements of all kinds. contribute Indirectly to the success of Capt. J. M. DcWeeso camo'down the Democratic national ticket In Saturday from Louisville. He will 191C, neither of which conditions Mr. Machinery, Gasoline Engines, Feed Mills, July 15, when he will Bird desires to see. The be here until letter in take charge of his command for the full to State Chairman M. J. Holt Corn Shelters. encampment at Owensboro. follows: annual Capt. DeWeese has the distinction Sir. Bird's Letter Anything the farmer needs. of'ibeing the most popular Captain Williamsburg, Ky., June 9, 1915. In his regiment. Hon. M. J. Holt, Chairman, LouisMiss Mariam Hoolbrook and her ville, Kentucky. Dear Sir: I hereby tender my revisitors, Misses Stout and Holllday returned Tuesday from Hopkinsville signation as a member of the Prowhere they visited Miss Mary E. gressive State Executlive Committee Lacey. Misses Stout and Holllday will for the Eleventh district. In taking leave this afternoon for their respec- this step I desire to say that I am tive homes in Shelbyvllle, Ky and not deserting the principles for which the Progressive Huntington, W. Va. party was brought Into existence and for which Sheriff Keown and his efficient it stands. I had hoped, after the uncorpse of deputies deserve great credfortunate split In it for the prompt way In which all ty at Chicago in the Republican par1912 and in view persons recently Indicted, have been of the result of the election that arrested and brought before the year, with the platform and princi court. Of the 35 Indicted in conpies adopted by the Progressive par nection with the possum hunting ty, that the Progressive party would charges all have been apprehended supplant the Republican party. In except one, and he Is In another other words I hoped to see the Re State. publican party converted Into the In this issue will be found the Progressive party. statements of the following Ohio I was willing to see that done becounty banks at the close of business cause it looked as if that was the -"ii nssZ7":2aJ I L aVaaV June 16th.: Bank of Hartford; Cft- - only way the party could be redeemDam Deposit ed from the corrupt leadership which zens Bank; Beaver Bank; Farmers Bank, Centertown; had brought It Ihto disreputevI must Deposit Bank. Not- say however, that my hopes tdr such and Rockport withstanding ,the present close f- a convention were shattered by the inancial situation throughout the result of the 1914 election in Penn country, they show a very healthy sylvania, Illinois and Other Progresand safe condition. sive States, as well as in Kentucky. " T Our valiant Are brigade had an The 'result of that election indicated conclusively 'to me that the voters of alarm Tuesday about eleven-thirt- y from the residence of Dr. Taylor. the country had determined to rid " -" y?5 As usual they turned out In full force themselves of Democratic rule, and niffMrwrAzsnrrr .Tmx"! prepared to do what they could, but to make sure of it, that they were luckily there was nothing for them willing to battle over the issues unto do, as Mr. Finley Dabbs, who was der the banner of the old party. I visiting Dr. Taylor had the fire out must admit, that as a member of the in short order. We have It pretty Progressive party, with my heart In straight that Dr. Taylor Jumped up the cause and hoping for the ascendon the root like a flying squirrel ency of my party that the result of We that election was a disappointment without the aid of a ladder. all proud of our bucket brigade to me insofar as it effected the Proare but at tho same time wo fear that gressive party. I believe however, in looking we may need some sort of an engine Is and an organized volunteer compa- things squarely in the face. As far ny. Discipline Is needed In times of as I am concerned, personally, I do not want to waste my vote. It looks excitement. as if the tariff will be one of the -- . leading issue of 1915. Both ProFor Sale. of Sisal Binding gressive and Republicans believe In A big stock Twine best grade. Also Binders, a protective tariff. They differ only Mowers, Hay Bakes and other Farm In the manner of handling the quesImplements of all kinds. Also have tion. It looks now as if the propothree "Fanrier's" Favorite Wheat sition of taking the tariff out of poliYOU'VE GOT AN oUTINfj COMING. Drills never been used, bought at tics and creating a tariff commission we will sell below as advocated by the Progressives is bargain which a going to be adopted by the RepubliYOU HAVE .SoME OUTING W. E. ELLIS & BUO cost. cans. One thing has been demonMen, The Produco strated. That Is that the Democratic COMING THAT HAVE AL-RECLoTHE-Hartford, Ky. 48t4 method of handling the tariff is a failPoor lluttinesM, Not Hilly Sunday. ure and has proven disastrous. COME INTO. OUR .STORE FOR. I do not want to aid, either directPaterson's Drying Upv Brewers Say Poor Business, Not Billy Sunday, ly or Indirectly, In bringing about YOU. New another National Democratic adminSaloons. Headline, Closed 9. I believe for the Progresistration. York Times, June COME GET THEM. YOU NEED THEM. Here is an instance of a possible sives to run a ticket in Kentucky disguise." fewer sa this year will only aid in the ejecIf "blessing In of tion of. another Democratic State adloons are among the' Free Trade depression and stagna ministration. I am unwilling to be a tion, then there Is a faint trace of party to this. The election of the Some-thi- n Democrats something good in Free-Trad- e. in Kentucky this year that Is good may be found In would possibly influence in some deAs narrated gree the the election next year. In almost all conditions. by Bret Harto, the preacher who de- view of the existing conditions It Is livered the funeral eulogy found my intention, provded the Republisomething good to say of the bad cans of Kentucky adopt a progressive man Scotty. "He never shook his platform, to affiliate with that party mother." Out that was all the good this year. It is with this In view INCORPORATED. that could be discovered In Scotty's that I tender my resignation. Assuring you that it is with keen bad record. So, we believe, fewer saloons Is about the only good thing regret that I feel constrained to sevthat cau be discovered in the bad er my connection with your comBut there Is a mittee, and believing that the princirecord of Free-Traddark side tp ths blessing of fewer ples tdr which we stand will Anally saloons. Two or three million job- prevail, I beg to remain, less worklngmen, made Jobless by never again vote the Democratic tic under the rooster. At the Free-Trad- e, Yours very truly, haven't got many nickels ket. A great number ot them are Dem time they promised themselre J. C. BIRD. to spend tor beer. Hence the fewe ocrats who voted for McKlnley, if the Democratic policies and poor saloons. Not Billy Sunday, but Roosevelt and Tatt rather than for plea were no more successful fa 1913 WUI Keep That Promise. business. Hrvan and Parker.' but In 191? they and' the following years tnaa tkssjr The bull moosers are not the only wer'e'baek In 1893 ana 1894. it waa people who are returning to the Re- were ' partially l coavlnoed i that ihe Osteopathy. Democratic party waa once more the last time they waaM vela taa Dr. Q. B. Dockery, whose office ts publican ranks, the greatest (actor 1b was the ideal Democratic Now at Beaver Dab, will be la Hartford the bound to come Republican vletory "right" and that Wilsontime tor them out to keep ticket. promise they are that made to every, Monday, Wednesday and Fri- in 1918 Is going to be the votes ot Democrat and it was themselves. Hlcker W. C:). Times I to return to the party of their fore day resell wekaBsVwUt treat thousands J ,DempcraU who have ., .will"! fathers end 'rMuw'e making a crosa, Mercury. .tl- - .n1.B wm, that .... . OTVV J 37t. iYV y""w .i . . , i vr Run By Farmers, For The Farmers! L J m 4bkS7 .jbLb. RIG OUT IN OUR VE OUTING CLOTHES PRICE GOODS mYm J&w RIGHT cw sv vs ALJo ADY CARSON Si CO Hartford, Kentucky. e. " ;.' !. - Engine's blind tiger to the theology southeast direction on said land 876 of Boyce Taylor. This man whoso ' yards; thence on Innd of h. G. Wel- j chief business Is to lecture groups ler In a niltliwn11 illrrr-Hn100 vie' Inst communication I fall to of shiftless negroes on the streets of yards; Ihcnco on same lnnd In southHOTEL pec anything In It worthy of replr. McHcnry, on the Value of tho dol- - east direction 300 yards;thenco on same land In south direction 400 Attorney Jar. Law He complains tile. I dodge Ills ques Not too the flippant and Irrevelcnt yards. Thence on tho lands of W. ' tions. He would do well to ivD.cn-bc- r HARTFORD, KT. way Davis treats the question of re A. Dcver .In n south direction 200 ' that I havo iiccn controvert!! ,Will pmotlca tils profession in lala llglon, this young man with the up-- 1 yards. Thence on the land of J. 11. the question at Issue with from two land avdjorolnc couiiliuti. CoiuuiesraiasJ I could Do you notice any enthusiastic York In an east direction 100 yards; lift. to four writers and therefore Specialty. and Criminal Practice i socialists christian workers In the thence on same land In south not give either of them the attention why not? Head tlon 400 yards. Thence on land of pleased to churches? If not that I should liave been .LOfAMERfCANlDttl tho Socialist press ns I have for tho ( C. Hlnes In n south direction 400 give him. nesldcs, to be frank with last five years and find the answer. yards to n stake on the north side of Mr. Davis, I have seen little In his 'In a cltr where food noteli Show me a Socialist that speaks well the new Hartford & Lcltchflcld pubcommunications or Owen's to answer. Law , bound, th Powhatan ntada the beministry. of the lic road, leading to Rostnc & Sulphur Mr. Grecnway and Mr. Cundlff liil.v HARTFORD, KY. It li first In'the beam, of It Show mo a Socialist or socialist Springs public road. The said road sides answering the courtesies of deI countrymen. M(ws. W. 11. Barms ami C. R paper that speaks well of the law or to be 30 feet wide. bate have tried seriously to present Smith announce that Uy havu form- Show mo an of our government. the doctrines of Socialism. Petitioners say that If this road a pal UHTitUU) ror the eoiiertu pracInstance In which a socialist journal can bo established it wlll.be a great' Mr. Davis seeks to divert me from tice of law, except cnUulti.il and dlvor has ever Indorsed the punishment ff convenience to the public generally ' the issue by challenging me to decasus, Mr. Smith bulng County Attorany criminal even though lie be a In traveling to church, schoolhouse, , bate. When Mr. Davis comes to the ney 1b ppuveiitod from proctilctitg euca criminal. Issue I am discussing he can get the mill, rnllroad and getting the mall. cciistB. Mr. UoriKti wJll Individually I do not believe as some noted So- debate he so much desires and not Witness our signatures this the In Offiois accent ""eh practice. clalists contend that the best people 28th day of May, 1915, till then. His challenges to debate I Hartford Republican building, HartTfie Towdatan n refined, e born of illegitimate Intercourse are wish to assure him are In no sense elusive, and rcitful. Its excel, J. B. YORIC ford, K". lent location on Pennsylvania nor do I believe that tho worst chilembarrassing to me. LAFE WELLER Avenue, 18th and II Streets, dren are born of lawful wedlock. In This unclrcumclsed Philistine has makes it a desirable headquarC. C. HINES ters lor hridal couples, tourist T. WADC STIIATTOX tlTTtlf MtllTIH answer to questions I will say I am some how come to Hhlnk himself a parties, conventions. Schools and W. A. DEVER Cruiimrll, Ky. llnrtfiinl, Ky. my country nnd her institutions , colleges. champion of uplift, hence he gets for HARDIN MINTON The Powhatan 'attracts the ns I find them with such changes In basket, himself into the socialist & MARTIN STRATT0N reople ol culture and education. j In compliance with Chnptcr No them as wisdom nnd experience may SO Its proximity to State, War and seizes the handle, pulls away lustily Attorneys at Law of the acts of General Assembly Navy Departments, also to many Can you socialists say as of dictate. nnd imagines he is uplifting somepoints of historical intercit, Kentucky 1914, I hereby publish CROMWELL, - KY. makes this hotel especially at thing. He of the cognomen of the much? tractive to a discriminating pub- the foregoing notice. Will practice their profession In this world's great warrior (Alexander the Though not agreeing with the T. II. BENTON, and djolulng counties. Collections, The Powhatan offers rooms Oreat) but armed with the weapon President In politics, I am with him 49t2 with detached bath at 11.50. Co. Road Eng. Ohio Co. Commercial and Criminal I'ructlce $2.00 and up. Rooms with prithat Samson of old used, so effechand and heart In the present criSpecialty. Prompt and vigorous vate bath, U.iO, $3.00 and up. tively against the Philistines goes up sis. "Write for booklet with map service. .Notary In office. nnd down the earth, seeking whom I am for law and order thus far CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. lie may slay. Waruftr, and no farther. I do not agree with P Mr. Davis' articles are replete some leading Socialists who "would For Infants and Children with eptlhets, Lie, fool, dog, cur would do away with nil government. iiwiiiiinm iripifiiiU1 In Use For Over kMS are his chief weapons of defense and Years State and National" as Haywood. offense. Owen disposes of the doctrine of Always bears the Af- These Socialists write as though Irunitlr obllin future punishment by writing an Signature of "l i.. Ut liiU.ii fATNrnl teli The most economical, cleansing and all rouuriPAV. ulteiiitelUmtUirciiaUj, tourl I were engaged in a defense of CapImaginary epitaph which he says tho THAT I ami aurrrM. italism, or were writing against the ine.irlfUlitip y tm to'.tch for FREE germicidal of all antiseptics lit friends of a lost soul would not want (KoUnr tanl rrrt I laboring man of whom I am one. so jtr- - irmrtlc. en iinli.llllr, on his monument! They 3UH- written PASSING Rlrcr CNCCS. . rorfrr-UoThe fact is I have not written a propose to cure the evils of intemper ikk.1 .n iT..r.ti.i.i m. to sult. 03-B0- B word in defense of capital nor a word Seventh Street. ance by removing the profit from the "The fool has said in his heart liquor traffic. They have WASHINGTON. D. C. against the laboring man. discovered 14-No man more heartily condemns "There Is no God" Psalms intemperance does not produce that I A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Wedding "Let no man seek his own, but poverty, the oppressive and unscrupulous but that, poverty produces I be dissolved in water as needed. every man another's wealth" (wel methods of some corporations than Designs. intemperance, in other words men As n medicinal antiseptic for douches fare says the apostle Paul, 1st Cor. do. I drink because they are poor but are in treating catarrh, Inflammation or No man more heartily condemns not poor because they drink. Such ulceration of nose, throat, and that Let the laboring men organize and silly prattle carries with it its own the outlaw methods employed by ins unas no equal. TAPSCOTT, FLORIST tuufciu vy icmintne Lydla E. Plnkham For ten years th some labor leaders and some labor take over the wealth of the country refutation, hence I merely state it Medicine Co.has recommenced Paxtlno organizations than I do. My chief of- as soon as they get strong enough and leave it at that. Masonic Temple In their private correspondence with the how you take it does not make fense consists in the fact that I do The National Weekly counFinally, the preachers of the women, which proveB Its superiority. not accept the gibberish of socialism any difference say the Socialists. OWEINSBORO, KY. try should apply in person, at least Women who have been cured say Paul in the 14th chapter of the once a month, to Bob Owen, as a remedy for the ills of the lait is "worth its weight In gold." At boring man. I regard the laboring Romans says, "But why dost thou druggists. COc. large box, or by mall. Ky., and get charged with a man as his own worst enemy. I have judge thy brother? or why dost thou new supply of Gospel truth. Bob The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mas. Until this year Collitr't hat been only compassion for him however, as set at nought thy brother? Will stop lecturing the negroes on the fold at $5.50. Now Let us not therfore judge one value of the dollar long enough to he is the victim in the main of unthe price it $2.50 scrupulous labor leaders who while another anymore. tell the preachers what they ought andnehaeecuretl Olaie Ccuaty For the kingdom of God is not to preach. they seek to divert his attention axonctsjiortn hereby we car.'otTir it from the real course of his troubles meat and drink; hut righteousness Exeunt brother Cundlff, note what Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhead. at a still further prey on his prejudices and and peace. Judge; Ben D. Ulngo, Attorney; W. disdain the irate old man closes Ihh reduction io conSucceed when everything else fails. P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. O. Barrass, Let us therefore follow the things discussion wlthme. And look, too, nection with thl In nervous prostration and female Cierk; E. E. Birkhead. Master Com publication. I wish to say once for all that I which make for peace, and things how threateningly he signs his wealcne&sea thty ate the supreme missioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee m sot class conscious, thank God, wherwith one may identify another. name, not W. H. Cundlff, as ordinary remedy, as thousands have testified. Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff. Special' Offer to Oar Reader In that, Mr. Cundlff is right. The onAny comfort to you, brother So- but William Henry Cundlff. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Hartford. DenutlesS. A. Bratchcr: Kecognuine the great demand for CallUt'i at ly distinction that I know among men cialist, in this doctrine? Is there any office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown ari Adieu brother Cundlff. STOMACH TROUBLE the new priee. we have made arrangements to Glltnore Keown. Court convenes first (Merit and our own pnblicatioa each one ear Is the distinction that Jesus Christ wonder that your leaders as, Debbs, It is the beat medicine ever sold Do not scorn me brother Cundlff, tor the Mice o( CWSw'aalone. Thu nalimluU Monday In February and continues over a druggist's counter. made. He drew the line for all do not believe in inspiration or in do not. Say that you love me not, offer and must be taken advantage of prompt)). three weeks; third Monday in April, B3qBs9jBHaslBBMBSBBBBBBBBVBVBSBSBBSBBBaiBSBBBBSBBl time. Moses? or that he wants the preach- but say not so In madness. two weeks; third Monday In October, What CoBier't two weeks. When told that his brethern were ers out of the way. Brother Cundlff says I have nothCounty Court John B. Wilson. CMn't is the one big. independent. feortes Without desiring to see him, his reYou say I am trying to mix church ing to confiscate, mental, moral or weekly at the wkole country. Jlot orlr it it tbe Judge; W. CV Blankenshlp, , Clerk; ply was "who are my brethern? even and State. In this you are mistaken. material. Be that as it is. I behandbook but YOU C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. good citiien't the wbale (amity. it is al;othe macarine for Among those that do the wine of my Father.' I am only trying to show you Social- lieve the public will give me credit things that a car's' subscription gives are. Court convenes first Mondaty in each -m ssV I know no rich, no poor, no bound, ists and the public in general that for having as much character as the .month. 1000 Editorials quarterly Court Begins on the 600 News Photo. no free. I know men as sheep and your contention that the teachings man who by reason of his shiftlcs- 2SO Short Article first .Monday In every month. goats, as good anil bad. A good of socialism and Christianity are ness has nothing material to ills ISO Skort Slot!.. Court of Calms Convenes first 100 Illustrated Fcaturra man and the bible abounds In identical is utterly without founda own credit, but who wants to organrich Tuesday in January and first Tues- 2 CompUt Novel Treatment day In October. examples is sure for Heaven, a wick- tion in truth, and that exactly the ize a mob and take away (confiscate) Collier'. $2.50 Baft tar stlj ed poor man is equally sure for tor- opposite is true, that the whole tenor by mob force what his neighbor raMBBBBaMsaVsW la& W& for WPlfcf ru-Other County Officers .C. S. Mox-Kv- .. IltniX - Snrvcvnr T..H.Iv It. Hartford Republican ment, (apologies to Owen). The and tendency of the teachings of So- honestly earned by Industry and econ11 'j. ,tt LUNGS or ... v. N' u. -- , iuui nines, assessor, ,. . . . God I worship Is no respector of per- cialism is to undermine Christianity. omy. Who steals my purse steals ni.,nH ouuiis, "'';"" Hartford: ' Dr. A. U. Itlluv. ON '.undent. sons. "He will render to every man A look at the uplift of Socialism. my trash, but he that filches from me according to his deeds," Romans, Utmto"' I quote from the December Issue good name robs me of that which en- - K you mention this paper we will send you ' "Charge them that are rich. that of one of the leading Socialists riches not him but ntakes me poor they do good, that they be rich In In America, the Moltlnr Put. indeed. P?'n,! . Shown. Hartford. Tuesday aft- in chest. good works, ready to distribute" 1st which claims it will soon have mil-- 1 er Ud Monday In March, Tuesday uft Tom Katon once said of Br. S. II. lungs or consumption. or 3d Monday In June. Tuesday uft. Tim. lions of subscribers under the cap- Ford that one of the mysteries of this QHIQ MEDICAL CO 10CK BOX 61S er 3d Monday In September, TuesAs for apostolic communism, I will tion the world needs a New Religion, COLUMBUS, 0. day after 3d .Monday In December. tturiu i iiuw uuy innii imiiu itiuiw uo quote from the world's greatest theo- I quote nt random. L. A. McDanicl, Rockport, Friday MeCAIA PATTEHNS much as Dr. Ford, but the Doctor had logians, as brother Cundllf's citation after 3d Monday In March, Friday '"r f'r''. P"' fit, simpllc tyan "A religion that says you must never heard of William Henry Cunreliability 40 years. Sold in nearlr after 3d Monilay. In June, Friday of scripture I cannot say about acts, believe or be damned, is a fraud on dlff, It. A. Davis and nob Owen. every city and town In the Unlle.1 States Thrice-a-Weeand The Edition k after 3d Monday In September, Canada, or by mail direct. Mora sold lhaa 4- 38, 39, and these verses do not the faco of it. "It is a crime to teach Oh, the unexpected mystery of It! Friday after 3d Monday In Den7 uincr mane, send lor Ires caUlocuc. occur in my bible. It to a child. As for being n bless- That nil tho preachers in ChristenMcCALIS MAGAZINE Of The New York World cember. ",an But I quote the following: Moa S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday nr 0,h ing to the common humanity, the dom should be shooting wide of the magazine-milli- on a month. Imaluable. Lai. est styles, patterns, dressmaking, alter Jd Monday in March,, WedLet us seo about the experiment Christian religion, patterned mostly murk and only Bob Owen, tho blind nesday after 3d Monday In June, r.i" ""'"sT.jancy needlework, fiairdressini; si in socialism in apostolic days. pood stories, etc. Only W cents after a saint by the name of Paul, tiger looter, should discover it. Bob Practically a Dally at The Trice of a Wednesday after 3d Monday In Sepd?ubl)i Including a tree pattesn. At Antloch, Ephesus, Corinth, and has proved Itself for centuries of says they got It (wealth) away from .ubscriBk today, or send tor aamnl. tember, Wednesday after 3d Monn Weekly. No other Newspaper Thessalonlca, also, we find members class rule, war and slavery, a mis us some how and wo don't know how day in December. VVONDEKFVL INDUCEMENTS C. Tlcheiior. Centertown, Sat- I to Aecnts. Postal btlnrje premium catalogue It., of the local christian communities erable failure and fraud, a delusion they got It. For tho benefit of the in tlve World. Gives m Much urday after 3rd Monday In each I and ucr(ca.thprsc offers. Address onjoying their private means, which and a snare." Anything uplifting public who are not as well acquaint23 U Ml W. 17 St. NSW V0t , at so Low a Price. K McOU-CO- . month. Annanias was free to keep or with about that brother christian? Bob us I am, I will say Bob ed with Wlnson Smith. Select. TiiMulnv hold the price of his property, and it Note this: was not In condition most of the time after 2d Monday Tuesday Is recorded as an act worthy of specThe year 1314 has been the most after 2d Monday in March, Tuesday "The curse of the world Is that to know how they (John and Espey) I in May, ial note that Barnabas handed over the people believe that a God In got It as he was hors de combat, extraordinary In the history of mod after 3d Monday In Aunust. Tues and CURE the price of his land to the Apos- spired the priest that wrote the Bible, or non compos mentis most of the ern times. It has witnessed the out- day after 2d Monday In November. w. a. uean, Wed- Dundee, tles. so much for inspiration. G. T. TINSLEV. time. break of the great European war, nccxiay arter tho second Monday In WITH This impulsive experiment in "If some young man's sweetheart March, Wednesday after ad Monday a struggle so titanic that it makes In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday Christian Socialism, therefore, was In your community should be discov Notice. In August, Wednesday after 2d Monall others look small. not only partial but very short lived ered in a delicate condition and the day In November. Anybody wanting to buy a MonuGelke Hours with the Hlble. You live In momentous times, and young man avowed his Innocence and Ben F. luce. Fortdavillo. After the deceit of Ananias and tho preachero should announce from ment or a tombstone, write or call you should not miss any of the tre after 2d Monday In March. TneadnvTlmrs2 on 1. Sapphera communism ceased to ex- the pulpit that the Holy Ghost was me. Phone day after 2d Monday in May, Thursmendous events that are occurring. day after 2d Monday LESLIE WHITE, agent, no m.l I ttWWAT AW HIM TMUitES In August, ist. In the very next chapter we the father of the child, how many in Balzetown, Ky. No other newspaper will inform you Thursday after 2d Monday la Nofind, not communism but "charity," your community would believe the w with the promptness and cheapness vember.W. Taylor, Ralph, Why was this? What became of the preacher? Tliat on the Immaculate Ben Friday aft'I "!T Notice Petition For New Hood. of the Thrice-a-Wee- k I say communism? that Auanlas conception. edition of the er 2d Monday In March, Friday after To the Honorable John B. Wilson, New 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d and his wife killed it," Wither-botheserpents pangs contain any"As York World. Moreover, a year's Monday In August, Friday after 2d Btbllltlcal Encyclopedia thing as poisonous as an orthodox Judge of the Ohio County Court: subscription to it will take you far Monday In November,, Christian Communion (In days of christian creed," Unless the world undersigned petitioners We, the HARTFORD POLICE COURT. Apostles) "It was not a luw or pow- workers get rid of this God there say we are citizens, residents and into our next Presidential campaign. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Thrlce-A-Wee- k The WorU's regu Fogle, City Attorney; J. p, Stevens. er but an impulse of love. Its ob- is no hope." landowners' of Ohio County, Ky., and Marshal; .Court convenes secortd Monject was not general equality hut Brother christian in view of the we Respectfully petition and' ask the lar subscription price is only fl.00 day in each month . " ttala pattuu, trJ uaAa.1 In central welfare, It was effected not fact that the Soclaljes are drinking Honorablo Judge of the Ohio County per year, and this pays for 166 pa- - City Coutfcil J. C. Her. Mayor; R,J of, goods, but bv a such poison, as, the, above- are, , you Court to establish a public road In pers. by a community We offer this unequaled news- i. tvOiiins, uierx; j. ts. uean. Treasurer. Members of Council J, C. Bencommunity of hearts. Gerok, Bibli surprised , that they reach tbe con Ohio County, as now provided Tiy paper and nett. Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate, '" cal Encyclopedia. elusion, as Cundlff. that there 1b no law. W. II. Gillespie, W. H. Barnes. 0. M. TUB HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Apparent communism at Jtrusii- - ChrUUa.nltjrT or, as Owen that(ho fnei O. W. . Crowe. .' Xeitnlnf ;ata togeiner for oae year rpr, ' J preachers are all fakes, this man Spinks' wall box, on1 the South Bide less. Hartford Board Education J. H. The regular subscription price of B. .Carson, Ch'm'n.; C. M. Ba'rnett, How far was this universal, In who prefers tbe theology he learned of tbe Hartford & Hardlnsburg road, Sec; E, W. Ford, Treas.; R. T. Coljkt Church T It seeme to bve bees at Espeys and John's saloons and at on land of S. J. Weller: thence in a tbe two papers to fB.99. lins, J. D. Duke. Tindey Answers Ilavli. Afto'r a careful study, of Mr. Da- born and to have died at Jerusalem. There appears to have been no at- tempt even to extend It In the Church It'bloomed, flourished and faded, so Churches to speak in an hour. Iwere planted everywhere, but there Is not the faintest attempt to repeat the experiment. st. Peter recognized that Ananias was free" to adopt the plan, or to de- dine It. It was but a partial nnd arrangement even In tho Church which adopted it, growing out of a moment of pressure nnd quietly dying away. J. 11. Drown, Biblical Encpclopedia. "Not that this was intended for an example to be a binding rule, as If all christians, In all places and nges, were bound to sell estates and give away their money In charity, speak of the dlstlnctln of the rich nnd the poor, nnd the rich must always he doing the poor good out of the rent Issues, and profits of their esates, which they disable themselves to do If they want to sell and give all away at once Henry's Commen tary. One of my critics cites me to tin1 5th chapter of St James the title of which Is "Wicked rich men of which chapter I find this, "Grudge not one against another, brethern, Take, my lest ye be condemned. brethern the prophets, who have spoken In the name of the Lord, for an example of suffering, affliction and patience." James 5- - 9, 10. Much Socialism about that think you? Another of my critics says the Socialists are not all of a "whatness" but that there are Infidels etc. among them. Well brother maybe by your Socialistic standard there are no fool Socialists but let us apply another standard and see what is the re- ' J n Proreional Otto C. Martin at A MOM D.C. POWHMN dlrcc-tempora- ry I J .Barnes & Smith Attorneys al J I I CASTOR IA 30 SPECIAL TO WOMEN TRADC-MARH- S I For Bedding Plants Decorations. Funeral Etc.. see 1. 10-2- 4. ( Collier's First Time y, in Clubs Electric Bitters Director y YoiGjtk WILL TAKE OUR FREE . i' I ''r. .. "".-- j$2.50 auperin-L0NSUMP- T 2-- C. pa-ne- rs CSSSSfi liond".!.'''..,.?!'11, "SsCEcSVs. I KILLthk COUGH the LUNCSl Dr. King's New Discovery 2SWJyj"AAsrol "I v'rWHMEvtt er-vsasmoH omsVtwmttsSRi - tyi .... . fflfeyr1"-- - f h REVENUE FRAUD Children Cry for Fletcher's IS UNCOVERED Sixteen Persons Arrested Accu- Is probably exceeded only by Germany, where aM available industry has been reorganized on a war basis as a result of carefully elaborate system. 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Dr. King's New Life Pills are now United States. d supplied In glass bottles, containing 36 sugar, coated white pills, for 25c. One pill with a glass Washington, June 8. Wholesale of water before retiring Is an average frauds In the Internal revenuo ser-vli- 'e dose. Easy and pleasant to take. which Jid'O run through three Effective and positive In results. administrations and which probably Cheap and economical to use. Oet a have resulted In a loss of $20,000,-00- 0 bottle take a dose or more In federal revenues In your Constipation will be relieved In the last ten years, are iejng disclosed the morning. 3G for 25c, at 'all by agents of the government. Druggists. l Sixteen men, mostly minor Inters nal revenue officers and distillers In A Chculnx Gum Tree. Southern Stntos, have been Indicted An Eaglo I.ulto (Miss.) correspondand several convictions have been ent of tho New York Herald tolls obtained in Virginia. how Joe Shepard of that place tried of Justice Is to graft together a cottonwood tree, The Department searching the country for Knox a sweetgum and a slippery elm that Itooth, Internal revenue agent for the had been split by lightening In order Tennessee-Alabam- a district, who dis- to secure an unusual output of chewappeared two weeks ago, and was ing gum. declared today to be a fugitive from This reminds us of the sweetgum justice. A federal warrant Is out tree common to all South Georgia, for his arrest In connection with an but which nearly everyone has foralleged revenue fraud extending over gotten In tlieso days of commercialthree years which may aggregate ized comforts. Time was when the $200,000. big sweetgum down by the spring. His disappearance was coincident with Its bleeding scars, was a favor- wlth the arrest at Fort Smith, Ark., He resort for young couples on Sun- of John L. Casper, president of a big j jav- and holidays. distillery company there, who Is held ' The big crop of gum was care- In $35,000 ball on a charge of con' fully picked off with his pocketknlfe splracy to defraud the government and she did the chewing for the firm of Internal tax. Guy L. Hartman, That Is why It Is called sweetgum. on associate of Caspar, was arrested And no product even manufactured In Kansas City and put up a bond of by million-dolla- r 0 plants and pending a preliminary hear- -' tsed in rainbow colors on the maga-inonly to disappear. ztne covers could touch that sweet- According to officials, Caspar and gum with a pole for delicious Hartman began operations in North succulency. Carolina about 1903. Some other The carefully gathered drops were distillers engaged in the same line, crushed between snow white teeth making returns on only a part of behind cherry lips and when there their product, sometimes less than was enough collected fpr two and a 50 per cent. pair of bright eyes looked up and When North Carolina went "dry" dared, and then looked down, and to all Intents, Caspar and Hartman the toe of the tiny slipper began moved Into Virginia, as did some oth- nervously drawing figures In the er distillers who had worked on the sand, then same plan, while others moved Into Your commercialized manufacturLater on Caspar and Hart- ed chewing gum can go to thunder. Florida. A large part We have seen better days and they man went to Arkansas. of their untaxed whiskey was dis- spoil the taste for poorer stuff. posed of in Kansas City, and tbe Neuralgia .Pains Stopped. government has seized more- - than. You don't need to suffer those $100,000 worth. The method pursued by these dls- - agonizing nerve pains In the face, tillers. It Is charged, usually was to head, arm, shoulders, chest and back, corrupt the local Internal revenue Just apply a few drops of soothing Sloan's Liniment; He quietly a few agenta.and.Q01ceJrst. " ' You will get such relief I J minutes. land comfort! Constipation Cured Overnight. Lite and the world A small dose of will look brighter. Get a bottle to-ayou enjoy a full, free, easy bovel day. 3 ounces for 25c, at all In the morning. No grip- - gists. Penetrates without rubbing. 1 is Podophyllln j lng, for t (May Apple) without the gripe. Po- -, Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment. x corrects the cause of Const!-- , "I have used Chamberlain's Linipatlon by arousing the Liver, Increasing the flow of bile. Bile Is Nature's ment for sprains, bruises and rheuantlseptc in the bowels. With prop- matic pains, trad the great benefit ,1 er amount of bile, digestion in bowels have received Justifies my recomIs perfect. No gas, no fermentation, mending it in the highest terms," no Constipation. Don't be sick, ner- writes Mrs. Florence Sllfe, Wabasb, Ind. If you are troubled with rheuvous, Irritable. Get a bottle of from your Druggist now and matic pains you wll certainly be cure your Constipation overnight. 1 pleased with the prompt relief which Chamberlain's Liniment affords. Obm State of Ohio, City of Toledo, I tainable everywhere. Lucaa County, . f Frank J. Cheney make oath that ho Si senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney The Careless Man. tt Co., dolnaT business In the City of To There was a man who was careless and ledo. County and State aforesaid, that said Arm will pay the sum of ONB Once, when he ana ev DOLLiAKS hundred Catarrh thatfor each be cured and unobserving. he hastily pulled ery 'case of cannot was going abroad by tbe use of HAI.Ta CATARRH CURB. on his shoes and bound the scarf FRANK J. CHENET. Sworn to before me and subscribed In n VkntstV l,t Inrfa wno tr in tiaatfln nnrn ttr "- -' my presence. thls.6th day ,of December,,, "uuuv "IO 'C6D' """' " A. d. UK. .'.when, to his surprise, he found that a Yvr nrvianu o.tv one of his legs had suddenly become Notary Public. Haifa Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally longer than 'the other. He was muand acts directly upon the blood and cous surfaces of the system. Send for both puzzled and frightened, for he I testimonials, free. said to himself, "What can be the F. J. CHENET ft CO . Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. my Take Hall's Family Pitts for constipation. matter? When I last walked, legs were the same length. How American Ammunition. queer it Is! I have met with no acciOne effect of the war, tending to dent, nor has any one cut a piece strengthen the American defenses, Is from, my foot palm." He felt his the experience we are having In the legs and then his feet to solve the conversion of Industrial plants into mvsterv. At last he discovered the the'mjgtake to be In his shoes, for he foctorles. Should munition United States, by any mischance, be- - m& put on one shoe with a thick come Involved In war in the future, j soie ami one with a th'ln sole. ''These we would escape the plight in which shoes are odd ones and. not a pair" Bngland Is finding itself In that re- said he. So ho called loudly for his which servant, and ordered him to quickly gard. The rapidity with American plants have beeen mobll-chanhis boots. The servant went ized, as it were, on arms and muni- - nt0 the room to bring the master's tlons to fill the orders from Europe boot, but after a little time came is 'a valuable experience, aside from back with a much puzzled expression the profits of the present moment. 0n his face. His master sternly de-- It shows what could be done for our- -' manded the boots, for which he had arose. selves it seut him; but received for his anSome of the figures of military swer: "Dear master, It Is very output are staggering, considering strange, but there is no use for me how little in that line American fac- to change your boots, for when I tories have had occasion to do. By examined the pair of boots in the August it Is estimated that the fac room I found that they are just like that the-pa- ir you have on, for one has a tories of this country engaged-iproduction, will be ablet'pj.'tur out f 'hick' sole and the other a thin sole.1 from 300,000 to 500,000 rifles a month and upward of 1,500,000 Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dl-- 1 arrhoeat Jtemedy. shrapnel shells every thirty days. This is a remedy that every family cartridge output is .practically The unlimited ao far as the capacity Is should be provided with, and especiPlants of the most dl- - ally during the summer months. concerned. verse use in times of peace have Think of the pain and suffering that been transformed into war factories, 'mutt be endured when medicine must ranging frow locomotive' works to.be sent for or before relief can be I obtained. This remedy is thoroughly typewriter Hants. In the ability to produce arms reliable. Ask anyone who has used m and aanuaUloa the Usited States, it. OMalaable everywhere. well-corkeht ' bdver-$20,00g, 10-fo- ot sed of P16t to Defraud I would have died if I harfsVf Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Waller Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and He down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladlm' Aa VlsnTV D.flt.. fhlttjinnn Tana Im c...-..- f r urucUmii on your rase arl book. "Haass Irs-taifor Wootn," sent la olaln tmcuar. 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IIIIIIIL iii oTfiirnj'j" " rlilMr ilffi G"-1BM For Lazy Liver aud the Troubles of Constipation, aasaassBaswaMiKias 1 jgJrrfSS. " asssasssssHsrVB W I at. A kafa!(t;i I . BbIs1BBBBBBBBBbww fl QUV. Feeltright all the time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant Uo'Vmr-L- on your feet, while relieviiuryour troubeasy to tako! Don't le. Safer too, and tako anything else. You can't afford pya-teIt (EJknlnatea poisons, cleanses., natand relieves constipation. A ural remedy, natural in its actions', suro inlfa effect and certain in results. It won't belong before iVr-awi- ll completely displace calomel in ever home- - Children can, take.it freely ana with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and l in bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness and aigna by tuxq of L. K. Grlgsby. m ' tar latest catalocue irm rant a sewing Biachlue, write tec before you purchase. 9 . I. H. WILLIAMS, - ,Fihj Hartionl.'Ky. TkltawU'akUia. ! fWJW f$BJ, Mtt. A. i Krr nntrt In tht Implr m. U Or. KMm AuU-a- l 1'ttU. FAIR'S BIG SUMMER SALE! I H you attend our sales? If not, your neighbors do, and you lose. plans to be here Do Be wise, make your Thursday, June 24. Sale Continues to July 3 We will give away free with on the 4th. Be on hand and get one. KXTKA SPECIALS IX MATTINGS. GIVEN AWAY FREE! every 50c purchase or over, one Toy Balloon, .lust the IOC thing the children will want FKEE, ABSOLUTELY FREE, with every 50c purchase or over. First day only. HtiEACIli:D COTTOX. To. Bleached Domestic, a staple prod1,200 yards good yard-wid- e uct, which every home needs, sells every day at 10c per yard, sale price 20c Table Oil Cloth, per yard Apron Ginghams 10c Percals, (light pattern) $1.00 yard Linoleum, 2 yard's wide 25c Children's Lace Stripe Hose special per yard 25c Embroidery 5c Men's Hanifkerchlefs, 3 for 10-- 4 Bleached Pepperell Sheeting 4 Bleached Pepperell Sheeting Skirts $7.00 Ladies' Ready-mad- e i :,D pieces new Spring Mattings, the 25c quality, Sale Price -- iort LengtS: Vnttlng, 25c quality, 1 to 15 yard lengths, sale price SHOKS AND SLIPPER SPECIALS. O.re lot ol Men's, Ladles' and Children's Slippers. In s'uall Hi.e.i. i at row last, former prlco $1.50 to $3 00, special for this Bale KXTKA SPECIALS IX SUMMER DRESS GOODS. WJiite Palm Beach Cloth Tc 1 1c Striped Galatea Cloth " )c Fancy Lawns nc White Voile 2 9c Printed Madras 40-In- tile ,r,c , "c I"c ,S!,C "c ...BJsc He ter Buckets Friday, '!::) to 2:10, .lunc 2." ing Kettle Saturday, :t:KO to :!:!, Juno 2 tl.c IIASKMENT IIARGAIXS 10?. Sale, only one to a rul hit.TlmrMlny, M:a t" 10:10, June til dray Rnamel Ten Minute 10-q- t. Wa- IOc 1 -- nt. Gray Enamel Preservr 14-q- IOc t. Gray Knamel Dish SDc '. 2:jc !c c -- Jc He c ' i!ic Hc tile ?c $S.1)H 10c SHIRTIXG CHEVIOTS,-7H- c 3 30 yards regular 10c Shirting Cheviots, in solid colors, and stripes, just the goods for good every day Shirts, 1 to 10 O yards lengths 7c VXIIIiEACHi:!) DOMESTIC, Domestic, staple, and sold yards good quality, yard-wid- e 1,)00 everywhere for 7c, special sale price 7c yd 5e. 3lJc PER CENT OFF OX MIIil.INKItV, 25 PER CKXT OFF. . . O O H'h- $1.00 American Lady Corset, (rust proof) HOc One dozen Pint Tin Cups 6c Best Calico, per yard I'jc ! o '. IOc Pnu Monday, :."iO to 10:00, June 2S Blue and White EnIOc amel Preserving Kettle Tuesday, 2:00 (o 2:10, June 20 Knamel Coffee Pots... ,10c Wednesday, 0:00 to 0:10, June SO IHue nnd White Kn- IOc niucl Sauce Pan t. Thursday, 10:.10 to 11:00, July 1 Gray Knamel Tea Kettle IOc Friday, 1 0 to 2:00, July 2 Gray Rice Boilers 10c t. Saturday. :t:.10 to 1:00, July Galvanized Water Bucket 10c-Posltlvely none sold except at time mentioned. Sale only 10 minutes or as long as they last. None of these articles sell for less than 35c. He here and be on tlint CHOICE lOo t. 6-:,-2-10-q- 10 Per Cent Reduction on Every Article in Our House. Terms Strictly Cash. Nothing Charged on This Sale Come Yourself and Tell Your Friends About our Big Summer Sale. The Plaice FAIR & CO., HARTFORD, KY. brought to the attention of the Federal grand jury, but that there was nothing upon which to base Federal Thurs., June 24 ELECTION FRAUD Indictments. The Indiana statute "under which the indictments were returned differs from" the Federal provisions, which permitted the trial of all the Hot Guilty Is Plea of Prom- - Terre Haute defendants at one time. Attorneys for Mayor Bell said toinent Men. night that the 12S indicted men have the right to demand separate trials. Alleged Money Used. Indicted by Grandjury On a SerTwo counts set up a conspiracy to aid and abet primary poll clerks In ious Charge At Indian- marking ballots In a manner differently from that requested by the apolis. t voter, while other counts alleged the use of money in influencing the electors, both at the primary and in the Thomas Taggart, Democratic general elections. In this connecfor Indiana; Joseph E. tion another count charges certain KcH Mr.jor of Indianapolis; Samuel election officials with giving informa"V. Parrot, chief of police, and 125 tion to outsiders as to how some of othor .Indiana men were indicted by the electors voted. Padding the talley sheets for certhe Marion county grand jury on charges --of conspiring to commit fel- tain candidates is alleged In another onies deined by the election laws section of the Indictment, while anoof the Statu and the laws against ther count charges policemen were brihery end blackmail. Taggart and permitted to stand within fifty feet Bell nnd less than half the others of the pools "for Improper purposes" indicted last night had given bonds, In violation of the State law. Rewhich ranged from $2,500 to $10,-O0- peaters were imported from outside No date for the arraignment of the county for the use in the lias been announced. Mr. Taggart election, It is asserted in the Indictnnd Mr. Bell proclaimed .their Inno- ment. ls Several counts charge election cence lubt night. with falling to do their duty In Oiniges t'inspirucy. Th Indictment which is In forty-oig- connection with having the voting counts uud covers 228 typewrit- machines In proper order, with fallpages churges that the conspiracy ing to have keys to unlock the maten began prior to the primary of May 5, chine on tho morning of the election, 1914, and extended through the elec- with falling to examine the machines tion of November 3, 1914. It charges and with tampering with tho maillegal voting, iutimidution, false reg- chines during tho day, istration, paddling the talley sheets, Administrators Notice. slutTing the ballot boxes. Illegal manipulation of voting machines, blackAll persons having claims against mailing of sulooukeepors and resort the estate of A. B. Leach, deceased owners, bribery uud vote buying. are hereby notified to present them Conviction on the charge of conproven on or before spiring to commit a felony or felon- to be properly July 1, 1915, or they will be barred. ies carries with it a Hue of not less ALBERT LEACH, Adin'r, than $25 nor more than $5,000 und imprisonment of not less than two 4813 Beaver Dam, Ky. years or moru than fourteen yearp. m The jjrand Jury under'tho guidance CASH PRICES. nf Prosecutor Alvah J, Iluckcr has Best quality Mixed Paint, any lufi) Investigating election conditions color, $1.40 per gallon. bin co early last January and 1,937 Pure Lead 8c per pound. wilncsiaea wore examined. Pure Linseed Oil 70c per gallon. At tho lmo of the Terre Haute All kinds building Material very indictments there was talk of an in- low. Shingles $3.25 vestigation of election conspiracies Extra extending to Indianapolis, Evnnsvllle per 1.000. Sewing Ma nnd ether Indiana cities. Also 39 second-hajj- d District Attorney Frank Dalley chines, some good as new. irom ft that circumstances of to $10.00 each. said were election HARTFORD MILL CO. tho Indianapolis I1DIANA AGAIN an 0. olTi-aic- ht Star-A-St- ar ht public to invest as low as five shll- - to Reld to Elgin. Struck out by Meals 23 Cents. Hugs, bl.ds fair to prove Immensely Rlckard 11, by Reneer 9, by Garrett popular; several firms announcing 1. Hit by pitched ball Cundlff by Best In the city for the money. that they will purchase these vouch- - 'Reneer. Bases on balls off Re; Special attention to the traveling HUIVU AMU UlUUUm Ut, U U1UA11UU1U,. ers for all their workmen as a neat neer 3. public. ' 1 Booster Game to five billion dollars. The ChanceU egg toward savings. I Hartford and Central City will lor stated that on the technical quevy OWENSBORO, KY. play hore afternoon at Russia. With the Austro-Germa- n tiou as to the limit of the loan, it. England. The House of Commons, unanimously indorsed tho War Loan Bill providing Chancellor of tho Ex chequer McKennu with a blank check army's heavy guns turned on Lem- 2:30. The Hartford management berg .and the Russians apparently does hereby whisper In your ear that resigned to the jssuc, the fall of the If the park Is not crowded at this Galiclan capital is hourly expected. game they will not bo able to conMonday. More than two million Austrlans and tinue baseball this season. In order headquarters at Russia. With United Stato. The first draft of Germans are now operating in Gall- to give the good uatured supporters Pless, in Southeastern Sile3ia, the the German reply to the American cla, and the Russians are withdraw- u cuauce u snow wuere uiey sianu German Emperor is said to be person note, it is presumed, will be com- ing from tho Grodek line. In case of a pinch they will be allowally directing the pleted this week, and referred to ed to pay 2Ec on entering the grand operations in Gallcla against the Rus- Emperor William at the front. It Spain. The Spanish Cabinet has stand (ladles free ns usual) in addisians. The crisis of the Is the Impression that the misuse of resigned because of the failure of a tion to this these boostors will be givdrive is at hand. Grodek is se- neutral flags and the charge that the loan of $150,000,000 recently Issued en the prlvlllge of embracing tho curely in the possession of Gen. von Lusitania was armed will be only by tho Government. manager. Please don't crowd each Mackensen's men. and the Germans incidentally referred to, and that an other gentlemen. and the Austrian corps under Field attempt will be made to give a defiKick Pitches One-liGame. This is how they will look. Marshal von Arz are reported by nite reply to President Wilson's reHartford 8, Rockport O. Hartford Centrnl City Berlin to be storming and capturing quests. , Saturdays game with. Rockport .Tlnsley, r. f. Moss, 2b. one after another, tho Russian was tho most remarkable ever play- - iE. Barnett, c. f. Cundlff, s. a. trenches along the entire front beRusaia. Rawa Ruska, according ed In Hartford. Only twenty-seveReld, 2b. Foley, 1. f. fore Lemberg, extending from Rawa to the Berlin oillcial report, Is the men faced Rlckard and not an error Welsh, s. s. Johnson, 3b. . Ruska, in the north to Janow, which la'est Russian position In Gallcla to could be chalked up against his ll Garrett, b 3 Stroud, r. f. n lies only eleven miles from the Into the hands of the Austro- - port. The only man to reach first Thorpe, c. ' Anderson lb. capital. Germans and as the Teutons are also was caught at second on a nice little Elgin, lb. Davenport, c. f. fighting east of this town the Invest- - double play. Our old ball team Rickard, p. Thompson, c. appears' almost ed like genuine, dyed In the wool, Keown, 1. f. France. Both French and British of Lemberg Ward p. in the western war zone are on the complete. The German Goneral, von trade marked big league machinery Mitcholl, sub. offensive and heavy artillery engage- Mackensen, has seized the railway Saturday. They aro worthy repre- Results of other Games Last Week. ments, with numerous Infantry at- connectlng Rawa Ruska with Lorn- - sentatlves of Hartford and deserve strong team won over tacks, have been In progress contin- berg, cutting off the retreat north- - the hearty support of fans and near Cleaton with a Equality Sat, -0. Equality atrength-ne- d uously in the regions of La Bassee, ward. Wouldn't it be a burning j fans. her lineup and got oven Sunday Arras In Lorraine and the vosges. As shamo to have the club go to pieces 4 to 2 score. usual, the French are at variance as An official re- - now thut they are going bo good? The Dardanelles. Beaver Dam won a good gamo to the result attained. As an in- porttadlcates renewed activity In the Such a thing might happon if you from McHenry Saturday by the close stance, Paris says that in the sector Dardanelles, with allied battleships stay at home and wait to hear about margin of one score, 6 to 5. to the north of Arrras the French In shelling Seddul Bahr forts. the games Instead of grabbing your an attack advanced about parasol and beatln' It to the park Doctor's Office and Dwelling for Sale. France. Continued advances, e3- - prepared to root like you meant it. of a mile, while Berlin asserts that We have Hatod for sale two acres the French at this point were re- pecially In the region of Arras, are If you don't reallzo what our city pro- - would look like on Sat. afternoon good ground containing doctor's pulsed "with sanguinary losses." reported from Paris. Further gre.33 is also claimed in Lorraine and without a ball team just come down dwelling, all necessary , on Main Street at four thirty Tues- 2 wells water, 1 cistern Italy. There Is fighting along the in the Vosges . day morning and give nine short n frontier, in Serbia, on and orchard. Splendid location for Wednesday. whistles, you will bo Interviewed and the Galllpoll Peninsula and in the physician. Nono within a radius of v France. In the Vosges the Ger- - advised. Caucasus. Rome asserts that Easy terms to right Tho garuo with Rockport was won five miles. Austrian positions along the mans have retired to the eaat bank party. Call on, or address of the Fecht, according to th.?lr own by Inside baseball, good base ruuulng Isonz have been taken by assault. BARNETT & SON, Agts., , Unofficial advices are to the effect admission, but they assert' that all and tho best of pitching. 34tf Hartford. Ky. have been repulsed. The Uno-uthat the Serbians have occupied French attacks 'Rockport Ttye fighting around Arras continues Hartford Durazzo, Albania. B. McDougal, 2b. to be desperato and sanguinary, the Cundlff, s. a. M. Taylor, c. f. The Dardanelles The Turks In Germans counterattacking to offset E. Barnett, c. Green, 8. s. Reld, 2b the vicinity of Avi Burnu are declare tho recent French gains. Garrett, 3b. Johnson. 3b ed to be constantly on the offensive Operated by Maddox, 1. f. Kmjlund. Tho House of Commons Thorpe, c. A correspondent with the Turkish ' Collier, r. f. forces say that with the British fleet adopted a. measure designed to check 'Elgin, lb Hotel Company Glbbs, lb. unable to assist In tho land opera- supplies 'reaching Germany through Rlckard, p Mcndrix, c. noutrnl States. ' The bill, when it bo- - Keown, 1. f. mentions because of the submarine Under New Management Reneer, p. ace, the British hold on Avi Burriu comes a statute, may have a marked Tlnsley, r. f. apparently is not as secure as it was. effect on American exports. The fea- - R. Pirtle, sub, T. QUISENBERRY. errors, Rockport 3, Summary ture of the new war loan to be Issued play; Cundlff Rate i $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 per Day by Great Britain enabling the general Hartford 0. Double Tuesday. LATEST WAR NEWS would be dangerous to disclose the necessity for not fixing any definite sum. The loan will be issued at par and will bear 4 per cent interest. I Austro-Germa- n Austro-Ger-me- n lt " n sup-fa- Gall-cla- look-me- nt 2- two-thir- of-fic- o, Austro-Italia- num-mero- us p. Planters House Planters ( ,4.