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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, j KYM i FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1915. 51 upon tho platform before they acceptpbck" It Is loft tied for a few more VO E WOULD JINGO JOINTS ed tho party nomination. days. It in then lead out of the HUERTA DETAINED This was In striking contrast with brush by two rldors each having his ARE DYNAMITED SOIL WOMEN tho conduct of the opposition party ropo around Its horns. Ono of them and the result, from a party standAT EL PASO TEX. snubs the steer as close as possible OF point, Is highly gratifying to the Re- -' to his horse's Hank to prevent it The'gflV Whn Was Blown to Roof Cardinal from running and charging. , . Gibbons in Letter. Seeks publicans who Insisted that the plat form convention be held. The Re second rider Is In the rear ready to . o -Mr. publicans are working In harmony s Captllfed With HlS Lietl- Escapes Uninjuriu uenne correct oiana Steers Wandep Away And tighten his rope tho minute this Steer manIn becomes obstreperous. uuu iuivu uuuiuu iu iiiB peupio Ol MO ed. on Suffrage. ner the steer Is at last brought to a State a constructive program which Orzoco. Are Lost For Years. they propose to carry Into effect if pasture where there is gentle stock. tf!i given the power to do so. After being hero for a month or so Baltimore, June 29. Cardinal Madlsonvllle, Ky., June 29. "He- the wild ones becomo sufficiently Hardy Cowboys Have Skill Put gentlo so that they can be driven gulators," between the hours of 3 Gibbons, in the hope of settling once er The Democraticas party, on the oth Report That Capital From This hand so far the rank and file with the herd to the shipping point, and 4 o'clock yesterday morning, dy- - and for all any question of his posi- of the Democratic party may be said Country Was to Finance To Test In Round tion But some of the worst renegades can namlted three alleged "jingo" joints ("., on woman suffratre..' has address- - to be represented by the men who . are in control of its affairs Is torn never be brought out; starvation in the suburbs of Providence, all the His Rebellion. Up. 4. doos not gentle them. They begin buildings being wrecked and at one former city counsel of New York and by dissensions, divided into factiqns which are extremely bitter In their to light soon, after the cowboys start place Bedford Vinson, who was asleep a Democratic leader in New Jersey. In tthe campaign now being waged attitude toward each other, and absoWashington, June 28. Inside deThousands of cattle feed on the to lead them and wear themselves' on a cot, was blown to the top of the in New Jersey, New York, Pennsyl- lutely without any tangible policy or tails of the plot to restore a Huerta. brush-covere- d mountains of southern out, give oul on tho trail and die In building but escaped uninjured. The report of tho dynamiting vania, and Massachusetts, where the program for the future, save a de- regime to Mexico, nipped In the bud $rlzona. This brush or browse range a few minutes. The bones of theso i highl) valued by the stockman, as fighting steers en, always be told reached here this morning. Last year question of woman suffrage wll be termination, apparently, to get office by the United States, began trickling tt seems the city of Providence adopt voted on in the fall, many contrary and to continue In office as long as out today through the net of official the leaves and twigs of most of tbe by the, sawed-of- f horns. secrecy while General Huerta and hk? There are ranches where one or ed an ordinance prohibiting the sale and divergent statements have ap- possible. shrubs are fair feed, and less rain Is It is not believed that the major- chief Lieutenant, Pascual Orozco, aro required to make feed of this lt'ml two oxen are used, in place of men, of "Jingo" and other malt drinks In peared, all supposedly reflecting the tli in of grass or j weeds. Plenty of to bring In the wild ones. After Ie- - the city. "Near beer" stands have attitude of Cardinal Gibbons. It has ity of the Democratic voters in Ken- under Federal detention at El Paso, Other Mexicans, nearly a score of lirowso 's goodlnsurance against Ing caught the steer Is necked tl'.d since flourished In the suburbs, It is not been an unusual sight to see the tucky are In sympathy with the manineck to neclt with a short rope to .claimed. The stands wrecked were prelate's name used in one city as a pulations of the men who are tem- whom had a part In the plot that drouth. Hut even these browse ranges have the ox and they are turned loose .Ai- - owned by Mitchell Morrison, Cat Mor-th- o proponent of "vote for women" and porarily In control of the party ma- failed, and probably some Americans in another city as opposed to the chinery. the steers fight, tho ox reme:n- - gan and Nichols & Oglesby. are under surveillance by the Detheir drawbacks. In higher, roughFurther it is extremely doubtful partment of Justice. er mountains the brush, usually oak, bera the feed of grain It is due to i;et j Morrison's stand was waited on question, and many newspapers .also Secretary Lansing conferred today grows In largo dense clumps as high at the ranch and patiently and pur- - flrst about 3 o'clock. He was con- havel quoted him erroneously In this It the business and professional men and the successful farmers who have with assistant Attorney General Waras a horse's back. Cattle aro hard to sistently plods In that direction. In ducting his place of business In the manner. j The Cardinals Letter. been voting the Democratic ticket ren, and It became apparent that the find under these conditions. They one or two days, depending on the shed of a stable, and the "Regula-dtstancup at the cor- - tors" placed their dynamite charge The Cardinal's letter to Mr. Nugent can be deceived 'by the Democratic Department of Justice intends to sift the two turn soon learn to brush up when they see newspapers who, for lack of any oth- the caseo And the backers of tile on that side of the building, which Is as, follows: n cowboy rather than try to escape ral gate. was blown out. Bedford Vinson, 18 Dorm Are Used. by running, so that In country of "If still hold the same vlew3 on er cry, are endeavoring to make it new revolution. Where the trail "Ketch" dogs are often used in years old, was asleep on a cot In the woman suffrage, already so often ex- appear that the Republican platform might lead in the United States is this character anything like a clean roundup is nlmost Impossible. Steers this work, altho not so much now as stable, and the explosion sent him to pressed, that the ballot would drag Is not a sincere and genuine expres- only a matter of conjecture. All officials were steadfastly silent nre often missed for two years. .By a few years ago. These dogs usual- - the roof, without injury. He stated woman from her domestic duties in- sion of the people themselves. mtn-ar- e It Is no longer possible for a par- on that feature, but Is Is generally to the arena of politics and rob her this time they are large and strong ly have a strain of bull In them and j he saw no otle, but about ten trained to track and hold at bay utes later heard another explosion, of much of her charm, go'odness and tisan newspaper to deceive the aver- believed by those in close touch anil having never been handled since age voter with a collection of mere with Mexican affairs that the coup they were branded are wild as deer. or throw, a cow that Is being chased 'which wrecked the stand of Cat Mor-unt- tl true anfluenre. cowboys can overtake them. ' gan, a short distance away. No one "She is Indeed a princess, but her assertions unsupported by evidence was to have the financial support of they get a glimpse of a the Whenover jt God given rule should lie ln'domestlc which will appeal to ones Intelligence some prominent American interests. man they hide In tho deepest nearby Many cattleman object to dogs was In It at the time. Nichols & their stock, for. nothing puts by's was the last placebo be visited and: gentler fields and ways. We all and before the Democratic papers range cattle will It was disclosed that weeks ago,, thicket. Ordinarily not run until a man Is rather close a cow "on the peck," especially ono 'and their stand was also blown to believe that she has been so success begin to make assault' on the Repub- Huerta, in apparent seclusion at his ful" II her work there that we fear lican platform and Its pledges, it country place on Long Island, offerand then only for a short distance, with a calf, quicker thana dog. A splinters. The work of the "Regulators" was any ange by the carrying of her would be well 'for them to Influence ed his services to Gen. Iturblde, one Htopping out of eurosity to see what dog running cattle causes more fright eat Into the political field.' their own party to offer to the peo- ot the exile colony in New York, and doing, but a wild cow and! excitement among the gentle done quietly and effecttyellyr and no gore: the cowboy Is one saw any .of the men In thparty. Mr. ple some sort of an. expression ot the at tbe same time sent an emissary to starts at onco and stops' only .when stock than a bunch, of horsemen. lTO?$eRt.taW . -Gibbons further fpollcles wlHchJtropose3to-jfUQw-- J g tiCJ$rdVHal 1 rup reachcsYfrmlddTe of a dense W,aanisgton to unj guiuitig meat curruia sho .......0 it continued in control or tne aaairg purBoua grain lo ui goyeruiueat u clump of chaparral, often lying down favor among cattlemen. These are the proprietors, advising them not to says: "Equal! rights do not Imply that ot the State. In order to bo better hidden. Cattle ordlnry corrals built of rails or open up again. he took a part in Mexican affair's. ' Reports have reached here that both sexes should engage promisIfiirhtdfi declined Huerta's 'com- The Republicans do not promise of this disposition,' slnco they are atakes equipped with a trap gate, or Mollis constantly recruited by desert- chute made of springy, sharpened several "soft drink" stands in the cuously in the same pursuits, but tA rnvnliiHnnlva tho ndmlnlfltrn Hnn 'nonv nnA almn!lananil.1v nfaalitni.. ers from tho gentle stock, aro almost poles Ave to ten feet long. The cor-- ( rural sections of this, Muhlenberg, rather that each sex should discharge of government In .twelve months, but ton sent word to the former dictator,' as bud clb a pest and menace to the ral Is usually accustomed to going and Webster counties had been blown those duties which are adapted to Its they have outlined a few vital sub- that he would be persona non grata, steer up during the last ten days. physical constitution and are sanc- jects to which they will apply their decidedly so. cattlo industry in southern Arizona In It for salt. The Immediately thereafter, the official walks around and around It until he tioned by the canons of society. To energies If given the opportunity to .as wolves, and strenuous efforts are Droivns Saving Another. the do so. some among the gentler sex tyulng made to rid the ranges of notices this one opening; he puts advices here say, Huerta renewed Or- Rockport, Ind., June 27. his head thru and wedges his shoul- words 'equal rights' have been. It Is them. They have sworn that they are his offer to Iturblde, with a modified v,lle Masters, aged 19, sacrificed feared, synonymous with 'similar fP.-- , (mint overcome bv accept Hr in hi Snaky Slecrs. that Iturblde not afraid to declare themselves with proppsal h,s ,lfe to save thautot comPan" rights. , Two methods are used in catching his hunger for salt, and then the respect to matters concerning which Huerta's aid, without Huerta's leadswimming In lon- wl,,te' of "To debar women from certain the people are now deeply Interest- ership, but with the these "snaky steers: "Lending them sharp poles prevent him from slip- - a John Hammond township. Mas- Pnd ln ping back. He Is compelled to go pursuits is not to degrade her. To ed and this exhibition of party cour his associates. This last offer, offout" and trap corrals. If the first ,ters was n l ,0 diplomatists with icials here and restrict her Aeld of action to the method Is used a few days or weeks thru Into tho corral and Is caught. White boy was gentler advocations ot life is not to age and party spirit shduld Inspire Mexican interests who have been lack the excitement " observed that Trap corrals of the regular spring "rodeo" nre confidence In their promises that (;hey plunged spent In "working" theso cattle, or and danger of chase, but where It Is m need ot assistance. He fetter her aspirations after the high- will be just as energetic In their ef keeping themselves Informed, say " round-u- p to use them this method Is m alter " ana "au er and the better, is possible occasionally n special forts to bring about needed reforms Iturblde accepted. In towing him to within reach of "It Is, on the contrary, to secure in the various departments of State In view of the Information offmade for this purpose. Tho scheme better, as It Is less expensive and the companion who Carre1' a th!rd but government. icials are puzzled to know just how to her not equal rights is for the men to ride Into tho chap- steers are In better condition after Lu's could ,lot 8Wlm and was halting those supereminent rights which canmuch of an active part Huerta Inarral and rope as many of the wild being captured.-- A. D. Read In the on I " shore. when he suffered an not fall to endow her with a sacred at The conduct oftothe two parties tended to take in a movement on nrni,ara ones as they can. One to three present is open the observation attack of cramps and sank In twelve Influence In her own proper sphere; steers Is n good day's work for Ave thinking men. What they are do Mexican soil, although they have no of water- - He dld not como UP for, as soon as woman trenches on of UrKes G. A. It. Veterans to Preach or six men. ing as parties and thru their leaders doubt that at least he Intended to ' again and his body remained under Preparedness. the domain of man she must not be eloquently and with take charge of affairs on the' borIt Is In this work that a water nn hour and twenty minutes surprised to And that the reverence ppeaks more si Clvll ' shows whether or not ho is War vet- Chlcaga, June 27.-more emphasis than the reckless as- der. wa8 found once accorded her has In part, or sertions of partisan newspapers. Active Junta. worthy of tho name. In tho rocky, eruu w -u, iuuiuuhiuucu Masters wds an orphan and the wholly, withdrawn and that she Is brushy billy country thru which ho go lorui aim Pruu u. The moral effect of the conservaIn that connection It Is known ul wajJ the 8(m of John " he saved destined to be soiled by the dust of tive and 'orderly conduct of the must rldo It takes a good man to 'preparedness for war," In an ad- that for weeks a party of prominent White Jr., with whom Masters was the political arena. btay at tho tall of a wild steer until dress delivered by Commander-lr- party at this time must Mexicans, styled by the Carranza and "The Insistence on a right of par necessarily be felt by all men who dls Villa adherents, "Huertlsas" and can run him Into an opening UI1LUI isuviu u. x'uuuer iu mu wuui- he political life Is llko strife and intemperance ' clear enough from brush so that he bers ot Old Glory Post of the Or. ot "Clentlflcos," have been maintaining Hoover Bros. To Kstablis.il New ticipation in active undoubtedly calculated to rob woman speech and action In an organization. an active junta in El Paso, In concau "tie onto it." Somo pessimistic Army of the Republic. Plant. Is and gentle, tenQen. Lexington Leader. traveler has said that in Arizona with The commander told the veterans stant communication The progressive Arm of Hoover of all that amiable limcct has a sting and every they themselves had suffered because Br03,t wj,0 started In the bottling der and attractive: to rob her of her $'ery Huerta and other members of the bush a thorn. In the chaparral this of an unpreparedness that had con- - bU8tne8S here some years ago and Innate grace ot character and give Suicide ut Cromwell. exile colony In New York, and mainIs almost tho truth. Catclaw, cruci- fronted thorn at the beginning of the nave her nothing in return but masculine Mrs. A. R. Ransom, who was a tained among themselves the form ot ll anC9 established plants at fixion thorn, mcsqulte and stiff oak government, War, and asserted that this yldence and Central City are now coldness and effrontery. 'Its advo- daughter of Mr. Wes Davis, com a provisional with a preaching about mitted suicide near her home twigs aro all prepared to claw at a country never had been ready at president and members of a cabinet. t0 install a modern plant at cates are habitually as ho rides thru them Even a though always successful, when war Qyersburg Tenn. The new plant Is woman's rights and prerogatives and Cromwell last Saturday night by talc- Advices to Mexicans here have confian say about ' can understand why chap-aroj- had broken out. ing laudanum, morphine and finally tinually Indicated that the junta t oe in charge of Mr. Robert Hoover have not a word to aro worn here. Heavy "chaps," and responsibilities.' cutting her throat with a butcher were planning some definite move"You are the ones to arouse the and ul3 Bona gmm, an(i Karl. Mrs. deulm jumper, flop brimmed hat tied peopje," Commander Palmer said. knife. Her body was found on Mon- ment. accompany Mr. Hoover will also under the chin, and a Secretary Lansing disclosed today do -- ot want this country to go n00ver to Dyersburg where they will Outlolok Bright For Kentucky Re- day morning In an old unoccupied "I publicans. beard made up the cowboy's uniform to war any more than the millions of nve jn the future. A new Auto house some distance from her homo. that the lnltatlve had been taken The platform convention held in Dr. A. B. Riley, County Coronor was by the Department ot Justtce. In the brush. Ills saddle Is equipped her patriotic citizens do, but we wln be part ot the equipment, with tapudcros on the stirrups, and should be prepared in order to de- - j Tne Hartford plaut Is to be man-fen- d Lexington week before last by the summoned and after velwlng tbe He declined to say' wither any Kentucky solldlAed body and Investigating the facts, re- consideration "center Are" or If It U a slngle-clnc- h of American policy ourselves In case of attack aged by Mr. Loney Hoover and Mr. Republicans of three-quartrig, as many of them and you are tbe men to arouse the Je8ge Hoover, the expert extract the party and instilled a spirit ot turned a verdict of sillcldev Mrs. was Involved, but It Is known authorare, with breast strap and breaching. people. You all suffered through ' masQ wm attu have his headquarters optimism and determination which Ransom had recently lost a baby by itatively that the Uulted States' Incould not possibly have been brought death and had been very low spirit- tends that no more revolutionary eleOften leather cufts are put around the lack ot preparedness during our jjere. horses' felocks to protect their Clvfl War, and it Is your duty to j Mr, clarence Barnard will leave about In any other way. ed on that account and It Is believed ments shall be Introduced into tho the Today the party Is fighting trim. this was the cause ot her ded. legs from the rocks. your country and to your fellow men Monday to accept a position with Mexican situation, and that as far as o possible there will be vigorous proso-cutlo- n to use every effort to advance the Th6 Hoover Bottling plant at Central The events ot the past week indicate Huat Begins. ticket will be Certificate Grades. that a of all other Mexicans who Tho hunt begins. A steer breaks cause ot "preparedness" now. City. Following Is a list ot those mak- may be planning to set afoot military nominated at the August primary out from a thicket, is chased and e certificates at tbe re expeditious from the United States. and that the Republicans can go ing first-claby Speaking at Fordsvllle. Anally, if the boys are lucky, is "lass-,ed- ," Larue County Woman Killed hog-tlewas advertised before the people represented by can- cent examination held at Fordsvllle Lightning. Hon. E. P. Morrow The tips thrown, and anil presenting a platform HodgenvlUe, Ky., June 29. Mrs. to speak at Fordsvllle last Frld For Sale. of his horns are sawed off to prevent h didateswill merit the confidence and on June" Iti-l- -- j. ,1915, and thev igrades n, which u. Lawrence they maae: 45 years old, was ternoon, but he was unable be goring and the steer is then tied to Hardin Atherton, A big stock of Sisal Binding . Winona a tree by a rope around the hprns. struck by lightning and killed In there. A large crowd assembled to the support of every voter who is Robert Rush.er 95' Twine best grade. Also Binders, Ava Weaterfleld slantly this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock j hear him. The meeting was turned sincerely interested In the cause of Stevens 94 Balling wire Is sometimes fastened - Mrs. I. Mowers, Hay Rakes and other Farm t 93 Wlflard Keown 93,to the tips of the horna and twisted. In her home near Roanoke, this coun- - Into a regular experience meeting and good government. Artie May 90 Implements of all kinds. Also have The Republicans made a. strong S. Mason 91 This draws the tips together and ty, Her husband was struck and for I love feast, with Dr. Rogers presiding, 1, Eva three 'Farmer's" ''Favorite Wheat Hayward Pirtle 91 . Many speeches were made and great bid for the support otthe conservahelps to make the head sore and a while he was thought dead. Brills never been used, bought"' at Ttiose who tive and the independent voter when, Hamilton 90, Ethel Rowe 87 The lightning passed through the enthusiasm manifested. tender. The animal Is left here for O. B. Cole 86 a bargain which we will sell below two or three days without feed or wa- house burning out a window on elth- - spoke were Otto G. Martin, C. P. they courageously determined to call Grace Bhultz 86 W. B. ELLIS & BRO., In advance of Bertba cost. : Keown, Claude Blankeashlp, Carl M, a platform convention Otfaa Daniel 85 1, ter. By that time, weakened and er side ot the dwelling. A horse Tbe Produce Hen, Mrs. t. M. head, It will usually is the yard was struck and so In- - Taylor, Albert Leach, L. L. Eaabry, the prlBry aad demand that the Weaterfleld 85 with ateader Hartford, Ky. 48t4 1. for oUce elect to stand 95 candidates' J. C, Riley and C. U, laroett. Jlead nantiT. If It is still "on the jured will probably die. !- o, tenant J e. Ogles-amoni- ." ... -- jit salt-hung- ry T d, nnf cow-punch- er '' .. i- I ... Pro-Clv- es ld tr-u- er well-balanc- ss d. o-- 10-1- 1, 1, l, 10-1- 1, 2-- llt 1, 1, 1. 1, Mc-Ferr- as S f! OHIO COUNTY MINERS CONDEMN ILLINOIS SUPREME " VIOLENCE COURT IS REPUBLICAN Fourteen of Twenty Judges Elected in Cook County Are of Same BaHaVaUiLlt Declare Life of Union Threatened by Reported Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest If you had a machlno that you could opcrato at a good pro- "' i Faith. . ?3.X? tlmo it stood Idle? fit day In and day out, would you not count as a loss tho "4 I Price, $895 Study these facts A Chicago, 111., Juno !. Republicans Your money Is a good money-makin- g of union mine workAt a plc-nl- c macltho. Invested In elected four of the five Judges of our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It earns Iners employed at the Williams and tho Illinois Supremo Court In Monterest every day of tho week, every week of tho month and other mines In Ohio county, resolu day's Judicial election, thereby reevery month of tho year. tions condemnatory of recent out-- , gaining control of that body. rages In Ohio county were adopted. Remember, wo give you absolute security and pay you tho For many years tho Republicans They were presented hy Hobert PolMbvUIbbV K. best rato of Interest. had a majority of tho court, but tho bbHbIHbbbbbbHv Jn ". lock, president of District No. 23, appointment last February or AlUnited Mine Workers of America, bert Watson, Democrat, by Gov. and were as follows: Dunne, to fill n vncancy caused by "Whereas, In Ohio and adjoining tho death of Alonzo K. Vlckcrs, Recounties there have been In the last Cor. ttli ami Fretlcrlrn. , publican, from the First District, twelve months or more many violagave control to the Democrats. KNOWN KVKKYWIIKHB us the SAW and KKMAIILKIIANK tions of law by organized bands of The now court will bo mnde up of armed men and masked men making four Republicans and three Demomldnleht raids Into homes of citicrats, as follows: . zens and many people have been First District Warren W. Duncan, whipped, beaten, terrorized and othiRepubllcan,; Second William erwise mistreated: and M. Farmer, Democrat; Third Frank K. "Whereas, It has been charged Dunne, Republican; Fourth Qcorgo i'I that said bands were made up In A. Cooke, Democrat; Fifth part or wholely from the members Chnrles ('. Craig, Democrat; Sixth .lames of the United Mine Workers of AmerH. Cartwrlght, Republican; Seventh ica; and Orrln N. Carter, Republican. Jus"Whereas, Whether these charges tices Cooke and Craig are holdovers be true or untrue, they are endanger-- . Completo returns from Cook coun- -' ing the very life of our union organ- . .. .. ... i, . i ' KI" u,c "cpuniicans fourteen of i izuiiuii ju wuiu uuumy; uuu JOHN H. THOMAS. "Whereas, Much disturbance and Hon. John H. Thomas, who writes campaigns in Ohio countr wlmrn in. tlic Uvent' men chosen for the Clr- unrest has resulted among the peo- "Beads Oddly Strung" for the Sun te exceedingly popular with tho rank r,llt Co,lrt nn'1 both n,nces on o. Sl,Per'' Court bench. Partisan pol- -' ple under these conditions; now, and which has and file as well In fact hn Is Ul0iitir. attracted wide and i,nn.,...n.. ' thprnfnrp lip It were subordinated overwhelm Intr choice of his linmn ,l,LS' a county, which, during the campaign to the issue "Resolved by this convention of favorable comment, is making under a lonir fstnii. the United Mine Workers of America nomination for the senatorial dis Uahed rule, is to furnish the noml- -' of returnfnK 'lie sitting Judges who of Ohio County, assembled at the nomination in the Senatorial district nee this time. and ' In this district a were """'nates for grove near Williams' mines in Ohio composed of the counties of Ohio, nomination Is equivalent to election. of tllese on,y one' a Democrat, failed j county, Kentucky, on the 19th day Butler and Muhlenberg. Mr. Thomas and Mr. Thomas' friends are already to recelvo sufficient votes. The par-- j you pay $895 for of June, 1915, pursuant to a call has been a long and faithful party congratulating him on his election tlsan votes of Ue country towns, nor-- t of tile district president. That United worker, ajways in the trenches in to the Senate, where he Is sure to nially Republican, served to defeat an Allen 34 you get Mine Workers of America of Ohio the past. He was connected with make a. splendid record and brine Ul'9 canddate. S895 of car. county, Kentucky, realize the futility the last State Campaign Committee, honor to his district as well as faith- -' " omen had no choice In the The Allen 34 hm in hopelessness of fighting the bat- - in charge of the Dress bureau, and fut earnest service to his StntP You don't pay a cent for unkVilM,lon of Judges but were allowed Allen 17 honcpower ento vote on three bond issuo propost-- 1 tics of labor by acts of lawfulness, has a number of times managed Sun. Advertisement. gine, Weiton-Mo- tt necessary overhead expense. floating ixle, mohair top and we sincerely regret if any mem.cariy sbimj cast Dallots, a and leather upholitery, We build integrity into every Allen nutnrllc hclnir In thn nnirnrlva Till ber, of our organization has been Wimertrinjinijiion and automobile. Our organization is teering Rear, d misled into becoming a party to any mlssloner waited until this morning, tills respect they differed with the BIG PENSION FOR stronc and permanent. We are in drive, expandsuch violation of law, and we call to issue the formal order showing mcn nl" on a scheme to finance a the automobile business to stay. ing brakes, 110 -- inch upon .every man who is a friend to the unusual recognition 'to the young new poorhouse, but the proposition wheelbate, demountable Our purpose is to make every Allen KENTUCKY YOUTH Kentucklan. carried. Both men and women union labor to dlslst from all such rimi, aluminum crank car do its part in upholding our case and aluminum trail negatived proposed expenditures for acts ot violence and declare all such minion cat, full tnuip-mireputation for eiving the greatest a new Jail nndjfor an addition to the A Good Household Salve. acts to be in direct conflict with the of iltttnc IthU possible value for the price we get interest of organized labor, and that Eoy Blinded By Mexican Bullet and i It arte ilarttr. Ordinary ailments and injuries are county building. fc If you have been waitine until yon The wtlght of llie cur li all men who aid and assist in the not themselves serious, but infection 2J0J 1U . which, wllli the could buy a strong, swift, safe, Diarrhoea Quickly Cure!. commission of said uniayful acts are powt r of the motor, huuiea or low vitality may make them danRemembered On economy of operation. handsome car without paying a dol"About two years ago I had a seto tho real interest of the enemies gerous. Don't neglect a cut, sore, Wa build firs other lar more than its actual worth, the Birthday. coal miners of Ohio county; and be bruise or hurt because It Is small. vere attack ot diarrhoea which lastBodrla. thr roditar Allen 34, nd Ctto Coarinjl ears, touring carat ed for over a week," writes W. C. it further Blood poison has resulted from a ranfiaj In prloa from 5895, is the complete answer to SS7S ca J1J95. ipln-prlc- k "Resolved that we deplore the conor scratch. For all such Jones. Buford, N. D. "I became so your requirements. Washington, June 21: Twenty' ailments Bucklen's Arnica Salve is weak that I could not stand upright. dition of lawlessness which has preDaniel Wakefield, of Greens- - excellent. vailed in our county for some time year-ol- d ttytt,finiih, ftivtr, etonemj tf tperathx, equipment, itrviirablr It protects and heals the A druggist recommended Chamber-Iain'- s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea past, anil condemn and disapprove burs. Kv.. whnae p.vs warn ahnt nnl hurt' la nntluintln lualitui andpnet, AUm tan take tht had i,.r...unn v..i any act of- violence or lawlessness by a Mexican while he was on duty prevents dangerous complications. Remedy; The first dose relieved me committed by any person or persons on the Texas border eight months Good for all Skin Blemishes, Pimples and within two days I was as well as F."toI.r ReP'MentBtiTe. for Southern Ohio, adjaocnt Witt Viror wJiatever trade, profession or call- ago, received a Dirtnday present to- - Salt Rheum, Eszema. Get an orlgi-da- y ever. Obtainable everywhere.. ra ginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire Siale of Kcntuokr. W- ing In, life "ho may occupy, and we - from your from his Uncle Sam. He was nal 25c. boDealers t Write or wir for agency proposition Renewal of Foroln Competition. declare.tjiat such methods as a means notified by telegraph that the Com- - Druggist. 2 In the event that we continue to of relief against grievances, either mlssloner of Pensions had allowed real or imarglnary, are utterly im- him a pension of $100 a mouth. This "The Advance Agent or Prosperity." roll up a favorable trade balance at practicable, useless and senseless, and is an unusual recognition to a malm- In the Republican campaigns fol-e- d the rate of over two billions of dolcannot be. defended on any ground soldier, as the records ot the Pen- - lowing the Cleveland panic It became lars per annum. It goes without saya. whatever. Be it further sion Bureau show that less than a popular to represent the presidential ing that we are going to experience "Resolved, That It Is the duty of dozen pensioners receive so large an candidate as "the advance agent of something akin to prosperous times. every miner to guard the peace and amount. prosperity." This was especially ef-- But a question that it were well for "Tiflplrt, Who was born June 20, fectlve lit the McKinley campaigns, us to bear In mind is: What will happiness of his wife and children .. "v by standing always for orderly and 1895, in Green county, has Just re-- and friendly cartoons represented happen when the war comes to an I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recordinp; legal mode of securing his rights and turned to the place of his birth, to- - "the major" arriving with his sample end? That the return of several Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, redressing his wrongs, and that the tally blind as the result of a gun- - case filled with the products of peace-sh- millions of men to gainful enterFwlnlifv Hartford., JRtnn. , Phnpnivnnil .. .uv...v,, .in, 1......iiiucia, ,..i.:i. :..i...i.. prise In their own lands will result wound received In line ot duty ful Industry and agriculture, llli:illlll.iuuu.1 United Mine Workers of America, if ulltl the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. X In a heavy curtailment of foreign while serving as a private In Troop they wish to maintain the organizaTo hear certain members of Presi-. X . II l.l 1: Tl,n ale an um line T n iucac insurance companies anu l will be pleased to Z Ninth United States cavalry. He dent Wilson's cabinet dwelling on the purchases of American goods is obtion, which has brought so many benvious. Equally obvious is it that it hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, efits to those who have worked In the enlisted April 21, 1914, at Columbus good times that await thi3 country, mines, must stand for law and order Barracks, O., was assigned to the one Is almost lead to suspect that the will spell the renewal of 'the foreign In our own markets and the ejjact fulfiillment ot all Its Ninth cavalry and ordered to Join President's henchmen are grooming competition his regiment there on patrol duty him for this role of "advance agent which American Industry has had to contracts, Be it further plan against In the past. Will homo ot prosperity.' "Resolved, That it is the duty of along the Mexican border. On the night of October 9 Troop When Secretary Redfleld and oth- - industry which, by the time Europe expel any member who each local to advocates, encourages or organizes E was on outpost duty and took up er members of the President's cabl- - Is ready to lay down its arms will havo managed to accomodate Itself any unlawful purpose, and we a position in Naco, Ariz., behind an net point to increasing exports, for shabby pair ot shoes and buy to the north of the El, ing quotations and growing volume to the extraordinary requirements card a recommend that such a resolution 4 n new pair, will, In hard times, havo of production, they are careful not imposed upon it by the war, find no bo adopted and enforced by every Paso and Southwestern railway difficulty In readjusting Itself to the a small patch on the uppers and a local within our organization. We tracks. A group ot Ave of the men to say that these symtoms of their smaller requirements and the keener new half sole nailed on, and then alleged "prosperity" are solely io call upon tho miners of occupied a place of vantage about competition of peace? All the more wear the repaired shoes until ho gets this county to unite to rid our organfeet from the base of thls'nished by the manufacture and thoroughly ashamed of thpra, Chll- -' ization of any men who would dis embankment. That they portation of instruments of war, a reason have wo to ask this question whose parents would encourage ' STOP AT credit us in the eyes ot the people might better observe what was going "prosperity" as circumscribed as it is in view of the fact that we have dren learned by experience that the pres- them to wear shoes In good times, ' and State, and to stand now and al- on and yet bt- tho least conspicuous, transitory a bubble boom that will encourage them to go barefoot ways for peace and orderly and legal each soldier stretched out on his burst Just as quickly as the war ent Tariff docs not Protect. Bay will when money Is scarce. All this ' City (Mich.) National Farmer, methods in securing our rights and blanket, lying on his stomach, resting comes to an end. makes dull times for the dealer In ' redressing our wrongs; because in on his elbows and with his hands be- It is unreasonable to believe that shoes, who, by making his clothes Beware of Ointments for in this way alone can we hpoe to side his face. the Democrats are hoping against wear twlco as long, cuts down tho ! As morning dawned considerable hope that the war will last another Catarrh that Contain Mercury make organized labor powerful I as mercury will surely destroy the sense trade of the clothing merchant. Tho ' enough to copo with those who wish firing was going on between the year? of smell and completely deranso the clothier makes up his loss by letting to buy our labor at the lowest pos- Mexican factionlsts in and about When an amazing commentaiy on whole system when ntrlnir It rhrvmrrl. his house go another year without the mucous surfaces. Such should FRANK ECKERT, Prop. Naco, Sonora, Mexico, and numer the sible price." d professions of tho never be used except on articles prescriptions painting, and the painter and paint from reputable physicians, as the damage ous stray bullets fell on the United Wilson H. H. ECKERT, Mgr. Having they will do Is ten administration. the Farm For Sate. States at the International boundary brought the business ot the country can possibly derive fold to them.good you dealer must economize tn somo other from Hall's respect. It ls a simple process of Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Eighty acres .of good land contain- line. This little group of five caval- to the worst ebb in years, It falls Cheney & $1 Up. European Plan Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken Internally, acUng elimination ot business, but It could ing dwelling, barn and other out- rymen heard tho whizzing of a bul- back amid sanctimonious .supplica directly upon the blood and mucous sur- - not be understood by the Tariff tink buildings, situated on Hartford and let, and Wagoner Daniels, tions for peace, upon the tralfic in laces 01 me system, in buying- Hall's ers who started all the trouble in Itockport road. Well and spring on officer In charge, arms and munitions of v.ar & Its Catarrh Cure be sure you get the Internally and made In 1913 by enacting a law which Infarm. Church and schoolhouse near. turning to Wakefield, said: Toledo, Ohio, by P. J. Cheney & Co. Tessole refuge from the pillory of Its timonials vited the cheap labor ot Europe to We Knock the Spots Out of Things free. For price, terms, etc.. call or address "Did that bullet hit you?" Sold by Druggists. Price 75o per bottle. economic blunders. come In and take the trade that Talc Hall's Family Pills for constipation. BARNETT & SON, Agts. The records at the Pension Office Imagine Woodrow Wilson brought by right to the worklngmen 34tf show that the Kentucky youth an- to the pass of posing as the njvanct Hartford, Ky. Elimination of Business. ot the United States. Louisiana swered "Yes, sir," and then groaned agent of such prosperity. What u Many people overlook thee Indi- (Mo.) News. An Easy, IMejisant Laxative. but still remained tn his recumbent chance for the cartoonist: Woodrow rect effect of Industrial depression One or two of Dr. King's Now Life position with French Dry Cleaned and' Pressed In a hU head resting be For Hale Cheap. Pills with a tumbler of water at tween his hands. Wagoner Daniels Wilson with his sample case, not upon every line of business. Jut now, Superior Manner. filled like that of McKinley with the? for Instance, attention has been diWe have a 2 acre lot near Mc- - Sonjl us your night. No bad, nauseating taste; no at once sprang up, pulled Garments aud Havo WaKeueld'a products of peace, but chokeful of rected to the fact that this coun- Henry and Simmons mines to offer at btldhlng gas. Go right to bed. Wake hands away and saw Them the. Jagged shrapnel, guns, cartridges and dyna- try uaa received enormous orders for a bargain. A good two 16 foot room up in tho morning, enjoy a free, easy wound. The bullet had passed mite "made In America.,, Milwau- shoes for the warring nations of Euhouse, barn smoke house and good bowel movement, and feel flue all through Wakefield's head CLEANED CLEAN from right kee Press. rope, yet the shoe Industry (s exper- well of water, One half mile ot day. Dr. King's New Life Pills aro to left temple, severing Packages called for and delivered. the optic iencing exceptionally dull times. The church and school house, Would fold by all Druggists, 3C in an origi- nerve and producing instant' reason is not difficult to find.. A pair make a fine poultry farm. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB nal package, for, 2Gc. Get a bottle '' of shoes may eaeslly be made to y For terms call on or address. enjoy this easy, pleasant Yesterday was Wakefield's FOR FLETCHER'S wear a double length of, lime. 7 he A. Iva Null, Prop. BURNETT. & SON, laxative. 2 but, as it. was Sunday, the Corn- man. who, In good times, would dis 48tt Hartford,' Ky. '(T,1 iiGB Central Trust Company i I .bbbbHBIH jJBt Sf .bbbbbbbbKXTj 4HH9'jh''i'y, - II "eer, aPHHHHi IPBgSJilP The Allen 34 When worth left-hanni ' se-an- I - , Kenton Motors Co. ait2iftKr NEW INSURANCE AGENCY I ot .;.., E, .. ...... t E. E. BIRKHEAD, - Hartford, Ky. HfWWMMr law-abidi- fur-fifte- en Wfteo Louisville ad I ECKERT'S 5th Avenue Hotel high-minde- i thetnpn-coramlssion- ed - ed Ladies' and Men's Garments to-da- ..,.,', Children Cry CASTOR. A wHss A'1". wJTtrVtWBP ,, BOMB EXPLOPION MJ..IU.M1HM the diminished pdwer dp n result of mankind b long fight ngn .in! the white plague. v,'.U come j WRECKS FACTORY lleucfltc.il by ('liambcrlnlnV Liniment Vanderbilt Training Scliool for Boys Believed That Bomb Was Placed by German Sympathizers g From Detroit. . "Last winter I used Chamberlain's Liniment for Rheumatic pnlns, stiffness and soreness of the knees, and can conscientiously say that I never used anything that did me so much gbod." Kdward Crnft, Elba, N. Y. m Obtainable everywhere. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo made early-- . Dace your son in this select gioup of boys. Write Typewriter Gives Business Standing farmer who uses a typewriter has the advantage over the mail who docs not. The typewriter not only saves time in writing letters and making out bills, but it adds presume and reputation to the user. A is especially auapicu iu use in rural - The small town merchant, the rural business man or the The L.C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter . .v it.. t .ir more wear and does nut require an expert operator. Hy following the instructions wc will giveVou, yoii will have no trouble uiMnuis 'inccausc k j win sianu .. .mi learning. Mail Till Coupon Today" . Please fend me jour free book 0 0 tiler at present. do not uc a am mine a typewriter and would like to learn about your special cticr to exchange it (or a new one. I I t)e Kame- - P. O.. State- To tlie L. C. Smith & iirot. Tjpevrriter Co. CINCINNATI, OHIO. lit Muln"Strot r i . a I Will Install at Absolute Cost H Windsor, Out. June 21. Tho over all factory of tho Peabody Company, limited, located In Walkcrvlllc, a su burb of Windsor, was partly wrecked by the explosion of a bomb early today. Tho company Is sold to have just completed nn order of 115,000 llrltlHli uniforms. Shortly nftur thu explosion in the sticks of overall factory, twenty-flv- o dynamite were found In the roar of the Windsor Armory. The dynaiti'tc had been rttnehed to a time fuhe which had boon sot for 3:15 a. in., but the fuse had burned out. It Is paid that lit men slept In tho nrmory last ulfeht mid had the dynamito im ploded the whole building would navo been wrecked. Horace IJ. Peabody, head of the overall factory, expressed the belief that the bomb had been placud 'iiy German sympathisers from Detroit. Police and military authorities aro working together on the case. The property dnmnged wan estimated at lictwocn $5,000 and $10,000. During the forenoon tho authorities began a search for two men and a woman who were seen carrying aHUlt1 case in tho vicinity of tho armory lato Sunday night. When the attempt to destroy the Armory today, twenty-si- x was discovered sticks of dynamite wore found condoled In a suitcase beneath a wall n the rear of the building. The fuse cap attached to the dynamite under the Armory had exploded, olowlng off tho top of the case in which the explosive was hidden and :he fact that the main charge did not xplode is considered miraculous. A young man living In Detroit was taken Into custody early In the day, but released after an rnycs.tigation. The overall company had just begun work on a large consignment of For Slate Treasurer. Wc nre authorized to announce HON. R. L. MOORE, of Crittenden county, a candidate for the Repub- lican nomination for State Treasurer, General Primary election August 7, 1915. For Circuit Judge. Wo nre authorized to announce R. W. SLACK, of Daviess County, 5 MSTHENEY & BffTTS For catalogue pnd information. Box A. alp! H enndidate for the Republican noml-'nntlon for Circuit Judge, Sixth Judicial district. General primary elec tion Aug. 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce JUDGE Ji S. GLENN, of Hartford, as a. candidate for the nomination for Judge of the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the' action of the Democratic party at the State Primary the first Saturday in August, 1915. We aro authorized to announce HON. T. P. UIRKHEAD, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge In this, the Sixth Judicial district. General Primary election August 7, 1915. m 1 am!mni pww &$gs&&&aix j w ? "T3CS5I FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN ceUactioB la xUtnc Pictures of all President! of the United States, trim Wastry The very taetori to Wilson.. FUss of all Nat oniiln .colors. -.,....---uUandl, I Sj0nald.strictsrVtc Kentucky Census, Latest loompletemapoftheUnltedStates. tuUanacompiaOTapci Kentucky eVrtch If given the politkar ?1 Inthe Historical ataUsttcsffonv the foundation of the State to tne present uw... For Conimonnealth'f) Attorney. We are authorized to announce LAWRENCE P. TANNER, of Owens-boro, Governors" All Picture of Kentucky's lk prasant foundation of th. SUto to Tim th cnlr csmnltti .: tk Ky., 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. t tnM.! I DernmentandthedcricUor ' uoarasanu town iron " l"4aUries. PohUcal . Committees and Drranlntlons of ly, f . tm 'J9t mvj LJnitM fetatM aenawr' ieDanmcniB ui incotavc ; wwv - I. B The first bath room fcr which I am given contract, provided same is made within the. next month. If in need pf "other-build,, Jng material see me". , - y PAUL WOODWARD, Contractor LUMBER WE HAVE IT FOR THE CONTRACTOR FOR THE CARPENTER FOR THE OWNER. Sash, Doors, Colnmns, Windows. Send us your list for our Lowest Price. FORDSVILLE PLANING incorporatca MILL COMPANY! Juke WilHon, Mr. BLUNDERS IN REVENUE TAX Administration Failed On Four Counts In Bill. FORDSVILLE, KY. every one of these counts. 1 Under tho llrst essential, that of determining where the burden of the tax shall fall, the Democrats flounThey first andered repeatedly. nounced tho plan of Increasing the income tax, and abandoned It on discovering that financial returns would be delayed for months under that method. Then they turned to a plan of taxing freight receipts. This was discarded with astonishing celerity, Political pressure was too great. attempts the After the Ineffectual Spanish war stamp tax was adopted ns a basis, giving the country a "war tax" In time of peace. 2 The second essential was disregarded. Their estimates were Inaccurate. Had they been based on facts Instead of guess work, wo would not now have the treasury deficit as a constant reminder of Democratic extravagunce and inefficiency, 3 The third essential was dlsie-gardeThere are conflicting provisions In the "war tax" as to when if shall take effect. Other clauses are so obscurely phrased that It has to appeal to the been necessary courts for construction. , 4 The fourth essential was disregarded. So inadequate were the provisions, for stamps required under the act that, business all oyer the country halted beca'use .of inability to comply with the law. "Long and arose over annoying controversies penalties for such violations, resulting In needless, confusion for which no one but the present administration is to blame. Specific examples of the errors referred to in the "war tax" law will be discussed In later articles. d. T,-- Washington D. C, June 22. study of the 'war revenue tax" discloses some or the most astonishing blunders to be found In the entire legislative record of the present administration, The most elementary principles of law making seem to have btHm disregarded. In the passage of any special tax measure where the appropriate deficit to meet Is known there are four simple requirements that aro obvious. 1 It should he determined where the burden of .the tax should fall. 2 Based on accurate estimates, the Jaw should produce the amount of revenue needed. 3 Thq law Bhould be phrased In clear unmistakable terms, admitting ofnb'ul one construction that will 'insure a mlnjmum cost of administration,' prevent confusion,, and avoid useless, expensive .litigation. , ' 4 Timely, ndequato provisions should be made for revenue stamps, blank returns, Instructions, and all otjier numerous details entering In tp the enforcement of such a law. This administration failed on A i $-- K 'We are authorized to announce BEN D..RINGO, of Owensboro, Ky.,' a candidate for the nomination for Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth shirts for British soldiers after com- Judicial District, subject to the action pleting the order for uniforms. of the Democratic; party at the State j Primary the first Saturday in Au Traveling Man's Experience. ' "In tho summer of 1888 I had a gust, 1915.: W very severe attack of cholera- - morFor State Senator. bus. Two physicians worked over We are authorized to announce me from four a. m. to 6 p. m. without giving me any relief' and then JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, told me they did not expect mo to a candidate for State Senator, 7 th live; that I had best telegraph for Senatorial District, composed of my family. Instead of doiag so, I Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler coungave the hotel porter fifty cents and ties. General primary election Aug. told him to buy me a bottle of Cham- 7, 1915. berlain's Colic, Cholera nnd DWe are authorized to announce iarrhoea Remedy, and take no I took & double dose ac- HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver cording to the directions and went Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Sena to sleep after the second dose. At tor la the 7th Senatorial District com five o'clock the next morning I was prised of the counties of Ohio, ButRepublican called by my order and took a train ler and Muhlenberg. my next stopping point, a well primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. for man but feeling rattier shaky from For State Representative. the severity of the attack," writes We are authorized to announce H. W. Ireland. Louisville, Ky. Obm W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs pretainable everywhere. ; ; cinct, a candidate for the RepublicSoiling A Mystery. an nomination for Representative of Scientists who see today how few Ohio county. Primary election Satpeople live to bo 100 years old, find urday, Aug. 7, 1915. themselves at loss to explain hovy to llvo 9C9 "Methuselah managed We are authorized to announce years, "whllo Noah reached the re- L. L. EMBRY a candidate for the spectable ago of 595 years. Recently, Republican nomination for Repres-- . however, a discovery "has been made entatlve from Ohio County. General which helps to explain this mystery. primary election Aug. 7, 1915. When the causes of short life nowadays are counted up, It Is found For Circuit Court Clerk. that most of tho deaths are due to We are authorized to announce disease. Very few people die from OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for old age. And the reason why peo-pl- o the Republican nomination for Cirdie from any one disease Is that cuit Court Clerk at the general prithey have been weakened by other mary election Aug 7, 1915. Illnesses which they have had, or which have been handed down to We are authorized to announce them by their ancestors. CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the To souio of these diseases the hu- Republican nomination for Circuit man race Iiob become so accustomed Court Clerk of Ohio County, General that it is Immune. Measles will kill primary election August 7, 1915. Indian tribe, but among off the white race it is only an annoyWo are authorized to announce ing childhood malady. But the varcandidate more WALLACE H. RILEY iations of diseases lncreaso far for the Republican nomination for Vapidly than the Immunity. Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio1 county. Noah and the patriarchs didn't General Primary August 7, 1915. have nearly as many different kinds of diseases to face, because they We are authorizet to announce to hadn't had eenough ancestors CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss prehand them down a variety. Consequently their constitutions were not cinct, a candidate for the Republican constantly being weakened as are nomination for Circuit Court Clerk ours today. For example, there is of Ohio County. General Primary Saturday, August 7, 1916. no referenco In very ancient literaThe to a tures' We are authorized to announce Greeks and Romans seemed to have been the first people to suffer from .NDREW THORPE.of McHenry a candidate for the Republican nominaIt. The real reason why tho patriarchs tion for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio lived, longer than wo do now was be- County. General Primary election .'August 7, 1915. cause In those days the fount of was" freshur. While immunity We are authorized to announce S. to certain diseases has been hande-- l down to us by our parents. We have' P. NcKINNEY, of BeaVer Dam, as also received the weakened vitality a candidate for the nomination for which was theirs a a result of their Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the fight against disease. Sooner or later action of the Democrats of Ohio tho races will be come immune to tu- county, at the General Primary elec berculosis, but with that Immunity tion, August 7, 1915. i , sub-stltH- te. ty Justices. 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I the day Is the evil thereof" and keep IPT 1irTflRY llcan Convention was whiskey con J quiet. not see fit to IT L I 1 IV I Oil I trolled, because It did trap. That fall Into the Stnte-wld- o IN BOYD COUNTY What Alnay HrlnK. tV KUrd rtOTrtln? to lw at ct throitofflc Convention was composed of the We have reformed that tariff and Hartford. Kr itnBll uttfr samo delegates, practically, which ClflM. we have reformed It In such a way forced the- - County Unit Law Into Republican platform eight years Majority of One Thousand Is! that it has slackened activities out the C. M. BAnNETT, Editor & Proprietor apo and four years ago, and tho line ns well as Inside the treasury Estimated At Recent ofllce. It has produced a general action of the Republican party finalAddress all communications to ly forced the Democrats to adopt It, stagnation, ns all other Tariff's formElection. ITbe Hartford Republican. ed nlong the same lines have pro- and make It law. Four years ago (hired stagnation. There Is nothing greatest temperance O'Rear, the NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS man ever nominated by nny party Ashland, Ky., Juno 2S. The local now In the experiences of the pres- lelrln- - the tarMtto n nf BobM-lbecnt. Grover Cleveland had tho same In Kentucky, was deserted by the option election passed off quietly toIn inaWtK the Addrm man (rtT- - the old mldrt-problems to contend with, and he n League, accepting the fOqot. Coti.mtttee day in Hoyd county, although unus- Increased the permanent debt of the Locals onrl Xntlm 10c r Hn B 6c promise of the Vanzant ntutDPM which also promised tho whiskey ual Interest was manifested at all of nation by adding at least $267,000,-- I por llaetor each nldltlnnal In.ertlnn. nn.l Card of Thnk 5c people there should bo no County the voting precincts. Obltoatlw, Workers for 000 to the national debt. When the por lint, money In adranre. Unit law passed, If the Democrats botn the "dry- - and "wets" were ex Republicans came back under PresCturth Notice" lor utrvlcw free, bnt other controlled the legislature, adTertldenienta. Se per line. ceptionally nctlve all day and auto- ident McKlnley, they levied an Amcr-- I . we pro-- I Anonrinooa coramnnloatlona will recelre no mobiles niul other vehicles were kept lean Protective Tariff nnd ttentlon Underwood Law Still Injures Ameri busy hauling voters to the polls. A ceeded to pay off those bonds. We can Industry. delegation of women congre- - had Just about reached our normal I small With the definite object of show-- , gate(, at each vot,ng prcclnct nml national Indebtedness when we have 123 reform wave and C5 Ing Injury done by tho Underwood divided their time in praying, sing- j' another Free-TrarLxraio' Xvitaal Tat iff law to those Industries having ing hymns nnd asking tho men who now we are up agntnst the same Ibc heaviest foreign competition. ind came to the noils to vote "drv" Not thing. FRIDAY, JULY They will explain It away and Mr. avoid misleading Information given the lca8t g,gn of ,,l80rdcr wa8 mnn,. Wilson will tell the country that we nos-- , fegt , by total Import statistics, tiu at any of ,he votJng prec,nct9 Hats off to the revolution In Mex- lery Manufacturers Legislative Com- - j Ashlam, nnd tho cntlre clty was pcr. are Just on the eve of another era ico, nilllee, through Its chairman, (J. 11. fptlv nulnt In nvorv wnv nxnl Hip of prosperity we are firmly of that rs the wave will have suRge.tcd the following huBtle notlceabIe , the effort to gct.op,n," Seems to us that we wrote to Ger JB'.wn. ttitty-sl- x products, ninning mommy out the fl votc Wlth three many last. ... mnarlsnns between the inmorts cii , earliest time possible return to the .'.. .... .. ... ...r.x . i cincts nui rcuurivu uul ui iwuiuy- (the same products In 1913 under the,nIne tn(J majority for the "wets" Is American policy of the Protective Dreadnoughts should file an ex- Jiijne Law, and they bellev 3 the fig Tariff, under a Republican adminisabout 1,000. ception In favor of the submarines. ures have shown in a convlnciin man Twelve precincts In Ashland voted tration. And then we will have money In n"r that the Undirwood law has. "Dry" 55S; "wet," 1,- follows: The world has little use for a since its passage, and Is, even now. as(in. the treasury as we did In the past 2 In Cnttlettsburc tho vote was. jnan who tells a disagreeable truth. time to prove that It would, even-idr- y -when we paid the Panama Canal out n noyd 219i ..wet" 524, surplus the surparty Is Injuring American Industries, and coun'ty uts'lde of'two cleg( ,.(lry(.. of our Protective Nationally the Democratic that the law was In operation before 10(M; wet 1063 wUll tnree pre. plus that the Democrats are still livcollecting a lot of large and imposthe war for a sufficient length of cincts not reported, but they are ing on. And then ve will have ing fracture. time to prove that It would, even- - known to have given small "wet" plenty of work nnd wages and bread and butter for all who are willing may be taken for granted that tually. have closed down our mills majorities. It to labor, too. The Jobs will again or resulted In a heavy reduction of Huerta Celebrated "Hag day" quietly The "wet" forces celebrated the be hunting the men Instead of the wages. home on Long Island. victory tonight with brnss bands and at bis t men hunting the jobs. Cedar RapThe March 1915 imports of alumi- a big automobile parade. ids (la.) Republican. Europe's war Is going to celebrate num mfs., allnum scrap, automobile J. W. Henderson, president of the e birthday soon. It Is a lusty parts, cotton cloth, cutlery, clocks & Boyd County it first n League, Republican Committee Meeting. parts, enambled ware, films & plates said, "We are disappointed In the re Infant and growing every hour. The Ohio County Republican Exfruits & nuts, classware. handker- - sult but not discouraged. We will In the mean time neutral ships In s. lace & lace artl- - center our strength next on a state- ecutive Committee Is called to meet at the Court house In Hartford, Sathe war zone are as safe as a pick- - ceSi ,cather gioves, leather & tanned ' urday July 3rd, 1 p. m. for the puranlnny swimming in an allgator .skInBf nets& nettlngs, oil & linoleums wide vote." J. H. McCarty, president of the lough. shlngls, silks, arti- - Ashland Business Men's League, pose of electing a chairman to sucpaper, perfumery silk, stockings, tin plate, watch- said: "The vote Is Just what we ex- ceed Otto C. Martin, resigned, and to Nothing has been said by Mr. Bry- - , f lcla! attend to other very Important mates & parts, wood pulp, wool, wool an bo far to indicate that 1916 looks mfs., linen yarns, breadstuffs, eggs, pected. It shows the people prefer ters. Every member should be presthe licensed saloon to the uncontroll- ent either In person or by proxy. eo good to him as to command his fish meat & walry products, seeds, ed "blind tiger." undivided attention. R. E. DUKE, Acting Ch'm'n, . and vegetables make a remarkable Notice. Apologists for Bryan point to the showing. Hartford Loses Hard Game. But three of the above products, The Farmers Club will meet Satfact that the great Commoner has Central City defeated our boys no accumulation of twa years wonls wool, handkerchiefs and shingles urday, July 10th, having been post- here last Saturday by getting all show an increase oyer imports in poned from the 3rd, owing to conto get out of his system. the breaks in luck. Our Infield had 1914, but the total of the above pro- flicting with other meetings. a nightmare the first Inning and alwe have Huerta under ducts in March 1915 are $38,807,-40- 2 HENRY LEACH, Ch'm'n. Now while lowed a run on errors. Rick pitched as compared wit h$46,536,974 in arrest, what's the matter with makV. C. ELGIN, Sec'y. a steady game, allowing five hits. in ing him salute the flag. We ought March 1914, and $25,868,300 o Our team was sadly slumped In stick Session Predicted. Extra to do it, or rub his nose in the dust. March 1913 under the Payne law, a Senator Albert B. Cummlnsrof, Io- work and here was where bad luck which will undoubtedly convince fact What'a ihe matter with Governor manufacturers of the above products wa, In a statement made public dur figured. Time after time line drives Into the enemies JKcCreaxy aa a candidate for Vice that the Underwod law, even now ing the early part of the week pre went straight President on the Democratic ticket? is doing them .serious injury, and it dicted that President Wilson would trenches and lost us runs. Here Is the score by Innings Just fie ought ' to be able to unite the can be stated without fear of call a special session of Congress by like It happened. Bryan factions. Sept. 1. Wilson and contradiction that the low price at safe 1st. Inning. C. C. Moss For the sake of the general pubwhich the above products can be sold Press dispatches announce that on In this country, due entirely to the lic and for the safety and welfare of when Elgin fumbled Welsh's throw, account of riots In Prohibition Geor- low rates of duty under the Under- the country at large, It Is to be hoped Moss out on Cundlff's grounder to gia, two hundred saloons and twenty wood Law, prevents American manu- that Senator Cummins is mistaken. Welsh, Cundlff "safe, Cundlff took 4lube were closed for a day In At- facturers from successfully competSenator Cummins assigns as his second on Rick's wild throw to catch lanta. This needs an explanation. reason for such a prediction that him off first, Stroud out on grounder ing. Although the Imports of stockings President Wilson will not be willing to first. Cundlff taking third, Cundl.T The reports that Villa cannot read responscored on passed ball, Johnson struck "- - lu BOUle eAlc""- - l,,cc to assume entirely the cares, or write are not upheld by the man- - nave enough goods In bond when the sibilities and problems of our interna- out. ,, to , . inform-- - were , AU ,v.im, h ... . uv MVl i H. Thorpe out on fly to fllrst, Law went Into effect, tional relations; that by that time cd of what Is going on and the Underwood Harnett Imported since, he will be glad to divide the burden Darnett beat out a bunt, promptness in which he expresses with what has been took second on Reid's snc. bunt, tot prevent revival of the holsery with Congress. himself. It does seem unfair to place the Welsh out on a liner to Johnson. trade, except In spots due entirely to 2nd I1111I11K C C. Foley struck received a number of war, and we wish to state right here, entire responsibility on the shoulders We have proportion of the hosiery of the president, but the people of iut. Davenport out on a fly to right letters from that a large kind, commendatory mills In this country cannot work a the United States would much prefer Icld, Anderson singled over short, Ohio county citizens on a recent to trust the entire situation to him Thompson safe on Garrett's error, on lawlessness In the county. full force full time. we would have It may be of Interest to know that Just now rather than have Congress Vnderson stole third, Thompson stole Home of these letters jecond, Ward struck out. been glad to publish, If we could have the average ad valorem rate of duty handle the situation. H. Garrett doubled to right, Ho One of the chief objections to be based on Imports for consumption of the writers. had the consent ending offered In opposition to n special ses- twisted his ankle sliding Into second, was, for the nine months The Lexington Herald publishes a March 1913, 18 per cent, for the sion of Congress at this time Is that Welsh ran for him, Welsh took 3rd March 1914, the temptation to talk would bo too on a passed ball, Elgin (lied to right, list of liquor dealers or distillers who nine months ending were either at the Lexington Republl 15.84 per cent; and for nine months great for resistance, and, yielding to Welsh ran Off 3rd before ball was can Convention, or who could either ending March 1915 It was 13.12 per it members In both houses, under caught or he might have scored, be reached by telegraph or letter cent, while for March 1915 only, the the excitement of unusual foreign Rick lined to 1st, Keown watched Is .this all the rate was 12.G6 per cent, and until and domestic conditions, would talk third strike float over. from Lexington. Urd. InnlnK Moss out, Garrett to Democrats can say against that con- American labor Is better protected too much. We have had all the talk we care Elgin, Cundlff out on pop fly to Garagainst foreign low wages, It seems1 vention? hardly possible that this country can to hear Just now from Col. Bryan. No rett. Stroud struck out. H. Tlnsley popped to Ward, That good roads meeting at Bca-- 1 become pro8perous one has ever doubted the distinshould be well at guished gentleman's ability to talk Thorpe called out after beating ter Dam tended by our people. Every other Attempts ut Violence at Home of about anything under the sun, and throw to first, Barnett struck out. County around us Is making the 4th. Inning C. C. Johnson got talk until our ears tingle. He may Slaton Cease. g a hit when his grounder took a bad necessary preparations for better conversational Atlanta, June 27. No untoward be said to be a gun. Words flow from bis lips bounce from Welsh, Foley out, Reld roads. Ohio County cannot afford incident occured today at the suburto be the only mud hole In this part at all times and In all places. What to Elgin, Reld made a nice play on ban homo of former Gov. John M. we want now Is a little silence. We his grounder. Davenport lined to of Kentucky. Slaton, and so far as the authorities want a summer of rest and quiet. Reld. The recent Ohio County grand could learn, there were no further President Wilson has not complained H. Reld singled past third, Reld Jury has attracted attention all over rumors of attempts at violence by of the burden he Is carrying. After forced on Welsh's grounder to Moss, (he State by Its fearless, untljnchlng those opposed to the cummutatlon of it is all over he will enjoy a rest. Garrett hit Into a double play, Cunregard for duty. No good citizen, Leo M. Frank's death sentence. The Just now he enjoys the unquestioned dlff to Moss to Anderson. worthy of the name, will refuse to military guard was maintained, how- confidence of the American people, 5th. Inning Anderson out to left tand loyally behind the grand Jury ever, and there was no intimation and so long as he expresses a will Keown made a nice catch, Thompson and other Court oinclals In these when It would be withdrawn. ingness to guide, the ship, Congress out, Welsh to Elgin. Ward struck trying times, no matter what the The former Governor tonight said had better remain In the background. out. cost. II. Elgin singled over second, It Is a conceded fact that when he would request the Fulton County authorities not to prosecute the Congress does convene, whether In Rlckard died to Davenport, Keown 'The Republican extends greetings regular session, there is doubled to left, Elgin taking third, to the teachers of Ohio County who twenty six men arrested at his home an extra or cyclone of talk. Condi- Elgin scored on Tlnsley's out, CunSaturday and held in the county Jail. going to be a aro to be with us next week In the good could come from tions are not only unusual, but ex- dlff to Anderson, Keown doubled to annual Teachers' Institute. It Is a He said no men pro- traordinary, and must remain so for left, Elgin taking third, Elgin scored aoble work in which you are engag- prosecution and thatbythe persons who some time to come. There are many on Tlnsley's out, Cundlff to Andered and one carrying large responsi- bably were directed questions for Congress to consider. son, Keown taking 3rd. Thorpe out, You are deserving of bet- had not been apprehended. bilities. explainassumed new Ward' to Anderson. Old questions have Few of the prisoners bare ter salaries and easier times than 6th. laalag Moss safe when all, questions thought to ,bave ed their preseace near the Slaton forms, jemerally fall your lot. That your been unsettled. the Infield grouped for his fly, Moss our midst may be pleasant CBtate. Some said thy, had been been settled have tar in fishing in a nearby stream, while one These must be adjudicated according out oa Cundlff's grounder, Welsh to and profitable, is our earnest hope. asserted he bad set out to purchase to their recent lights, and conten- Reld, In trying for a double play, Reld threw' wild, CundlS taking 3rd, We are surprised that the Central ' cattle la the neighborhood when the tions. Let us,, however,, cling, to the old Johnson singled past third, CuadiK Methodist should drop into the false militia men stopped his automobile Foley safe when Rlckard Utement that the Lexington Repub- - and arretted him and his caabuffeur. Biblical Injunction "Sufficient aato scoring, Hertford Republican. & , ' Big Reductions on 0 0 o Summer Millinery! oj I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 & 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .: r- 0 0 0 Anti-Saloo- 0 In order to place every Hat in our Millinery Department into tsx,2Fjxo:tes. de immediate service, we are slashing the price in almost every instance : 0 0 one-hal- f. ' ,w.mi.-iituUiwni- i, '" The style of every Hat Of is cor- I """" rect and of this season's creations and the prices are varied. Your Hat can be had at your price. An early selection advantageous to will be most you, as these Hats at half price won't last long. 18 Anti-Saloo- ... vnlt-cood- 0 m m Make your selection now and get your choice of the lot. I $ E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. 64HMee9tt Get Next to a Good Thing ! With the season's change you need different under wear. We can supply you with the proper weight and texture, combining high grade quality and moderate price. I ( r Vy :: vv -- u,.u ae 'X .- foj 0 LA rP ffl) J V L - edl-tor- al Everything in men's furnishings. We're abreast of the times in style. Our stock is kept up to date. Best values in town. J 1 1) V J' ; 1' :: rSSSJ V-- " J, :: .. ' 5a' Hub Clothing Company HARTFORD, muffed his pop fly, Davenport struck KENTUCKY. to-d- 'V gat-tlln- out. II. Barnett waited for four halls, Barnett called out after Cundlff missed him on his try for second, Reld out on his fly to Stroud, Welsh out on a fly to Cundlff. 7th. InnlnK Anderson out on fly to Reld, Thompson out, Garrett to Elgin, Ward struck out,, H. Garrett out, Cundlff to Anderson, Elgin struck out. On his sec ond strike Rlckard fouled out gap in fence and a husky fielder outside the pale of organized baseball trap-pe- d It, Rlckard fouled to Anderson. 8th. InnlnK Moss singled past 1 Moss, 2d Thorpe, c. Cundlff, 8.8. Barnett, c. f. Stroud, r. f. Reld, 2d Johnson, Sd Welch, s. 8. Foley, I. f. Garrett, 3d Davenport, c. Elgin. 1st, Anderson, 1st Rlckard, p. Thompson, c. Keown,.!. f. Ward, p. Tlnsley, c, f. Mitchell, sub. Reld, Cundlff sacrificed, Rlckard to Innlugs 12345678 9 R Elgin, Moss out at third on Stroud's Central City 10 0 0 0 10 0 grounder to Reld, Johnson out, field Hartford 0000l 00 I 8ummary to Elgin. Errors.Elgln, Rlckard, K. Keown out on long fly to Garrett, Reld. RunsElgin. CunDavenport, Tlnsley out, Moss to An dlff 3, Davenport. Dou We 'plays Johnson to Cundlff to Anderson: derspn, Thorpe struck out. 9)h. laalag Foley out, Reld to Cundlff to Anderson, Stolen Elgin, Daveaaort safe on Rlckard's bases Anderson, Thbmpson"2, Sacerror. Aadersoa struck out.'Thomp-so- n rifice Reld: Bases on- - balls off slagled past third, scoring 1 Ward 1. . ifS , He stole 2nd and took 3rd llmnlrn. M . m , aaa.a, nuiu- tn-iJon Thorpe's wild throw. Mitchell, batting for Ward, struck out. II. Anderson now pitching. for C. C., Mitchell playing right fl'eld.Stroud Playing flrst. Barnett out, AndS-soto Stroud. Reld out, Johnson"to Stroud. Welch struck out for Sd out. Central City. Hartford. n 13 -- s Da-reap- wr... - ur imii'm.i-- M w Kwan taut mi ami nwMum T,rsv t?,Am"'v'',w'mr- -- iimm- package about 10 inches long, 3x4 MEXICAN POLICY ledger wide, bound with loose-lea- f binder. Finder please communicate CAUSED RESIGNATION with 8. L. King. r Summer Sale A Miss Nancy Ford gave a delightful lawn party last Friday evening In honor of her visitor, Miss Ruth Miller of Owensboro. There were many out of town people present and every one enjoyed and appreciated the en- FIX UP TOR THE 4TJ? AT OUR. Bryan Did Not of Note, Retire Because to tertainment. " Washington Juno 20. 'That It was President Wilson's Mexican proclamation and not the note to Germany that precipitated the resignation of former Secrctnry of Stato William J. Bryan Is persistently rumored In official circles here. At tho time of the first Lusltanla note Bryan Is said to have made no secret, among Intimate friends, of his disapproval of the Presidents course, but Intimated that the Mexican situation was tho one ho hoped to solvo by his own methods and that wltli this end In view he was willing to yield his placo to the President with regard to European affairs. It Is slated that Bryan was only waiting for tho settlement of the Lusltanla case to take up the cause of Carranza openly, as It was understood that ho was fully convinced of the "Justice and expediency" of an early recognition of the First Chief. Close personal and political friends with the had become associated Carranza propaganda In Washington and had advised the Secretary that Mexico's only hope lay that way. Tho President's action In Issuing to a call to the Mexican factions get together therefore destroyed the Commoner's last hope it is thought, accomplishment In of constructive the Cabinet and he seized the first pretext offered to hand his portfolio to the Executive. big success. Why? Because when we announce a sale the people know The Owensboro Greys will play here tomorrow instead of tho Oertel team. Tho Oertel team found nt the last minute that they could not possibly come until Monday. Bather than disappoint the fans the management secured the gamo with tho Greys at an extra expense. Dr. B. F. Tlchenor will bo tho Democratic candidate for Stato Senator In this district, being the only one to file his papers with the Secretary of Stato. Dr. Tlchenor Is an elegant gentleman and well qualified for the place. He served one term from the DavIess-McClca- n district with great credit sonio pycars ago. Under us-- J ual conditions this district is over whelmingly Republican. Susa Elder, seventeen years old, STORE r imI mr L Bl I Jp 1 If ' i V I 'H that it means BIG VALUES. Remember now that only FOUR DAYS remain that you can secure these extraordinary offerings. The last days are the best days, because we put out specials in every department. Watch our SPECIAL SALE 10 minute of ferings each day and remember that TO TRADE PAYS WITH A HOUSE THAT ffsR &MlWWhUl r mgssfmsv 1 daughter of Martin Elder, Butler county farmer living near Eden, committed suicide by drowning herself In IT SAVES YOU MONEY. !&&Gh to; r - Ling with the Owensboro Greys take the place of LouUvllle Oertels at East End Park Saturday, July 3rd.' FRIDAY, JUIiY 2. Mrr. W. S. Tlnsley was the .first to get a tax receipt, when the tax list Ifc, H. & ST. L. R. R. TIMB TABLE. was certified to Sheriff Keown yesNo. 11G due at EUmltch 9: 20 a, terday. No 114 due at EUmltch C: 15 P Great treat for lovers of baseball. . 3: 40 P No 112 Lv. EUmltch Hit the trail for East End Park Sat. Ar. Irvlngton . 3: 40 P July 3, 5 and 7th. All your friends Lv. Irvlngton . 5: 4C P No. Hartford Republican. Ill Ar. Louisville Ly. Louisville Ar. Irvlngton Lv. Irvlngton Ar. EUmltch, . 7: 40 P . 8 3G a, will be there. .10: OG a. .10 40 a. m . l: 04 a. in County Court Clerk Claude Blank-ensh- lp has rented and moved to the Barnard residence property on Washington Street. M., II. & K. K. R. TIME TABLE. South Bound, No. 115 . ..., n Due at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 Services at Methodist church SunG:15 p. ni. Due at Hartford day mornlug and evening, preaching (Both "Mixed Trains.) by pastor. Subject Sunday morning "Immortality of Influence." Wire cloth at 8. L. King's. Misses "Mary Ellen and Isabel pitcher will 'Mqore returned to their homo at Burden the bo on the rubber for Hartford. Ellzabethtown Monday. They were accompalned by the Misses Carson. Miss Ruth Miller, of Owonsboro Is Mrs. Annie Petrieand daughters, the guest of Miss Nancy Kord. Huth and Leila May of Brazil, Ind., Two great gomes at Eiist End arrived yesterday to visit Mrs. and Monday. Park Petrle's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Come ami root for Hartford's Fogle. und Moncrack ball team Owensboro Greys will play the day. Hartford base ball team at East End Park It will be ' Mr. G. R. Carson, CeiRertown, called to see us w.hlle in town Wed- worth your time and money to see this game. nesday. Everybody Is going to East End Wire Cioth.ony width from 24 to io inches, black and galvanized, at Park Saturday, Monday and Wednesday. Bring your girls, boys. If you B. L. King's. can't bring yours, bring some other Mr. Chester Davis and Cecil Martin boys girl. of Owensboro visited here a few Mrs. Lynch, of Leltchfleld, Mrs. days this week. Shultz, of Pleasant Ridge, Misses CharleyBurden, the Owensboro Maymle Shown and Verna Duke left League pitcher will .pitch for Hart- Thursday for the Panama Exlbitlon ford team Saturday. , , at San Frencisco. Mr. Thomas Cooper, of Cooper Miss Lurene Collins returned home Bros, Beaver Dam, called to see us Wednesday from Charleston, Mo. while here Tuesday. She was accompanied by Mrs. A. V. Mrs. J.T" Vlckers and daughter, Goodln and Children, who will visit Miss Marlon Austin, Owensboro, are Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox. visiting friends in town. Great Base Ball treat for Ohio Co. Double header Monday, Read Cooper Bros'. adHon eighth Teachers. page of this Issue. This big Arm Is Louisville Oertels vs., Hartford, Cenoffering some excellent bargains. tral City va. Hartford Wednesday. We drlfflQ, of Louisville, wast to see the teachers la a body. Miss Beatrice Cherry Camp WrOi W", will" unarrived Wednesday to.be the guest of veil a monument to Soverign Don her auntMrl.yHeoker Williams: Now U yolfrvehanee to ee three Miller at Mt. Pleasant Cemetry July in.' ''All members, relMc tames iiVA kere.at hone. Equal 11, at 2:3,0 p. atives and friends are Invited to atUrge cities. you at the to any ettels my" double tend. ..Louisville package1 of recommend-tlou- i. Prk Monday, .Jjest-r-header M Mpf . oa Taylor Bros, churn. It is a. . .Take u Kodak with you und IirinK hack the story of your vacation. On .1. It. TAPPAN'S, wile Ht 8:45 a. m. Ifurtforit, Ky. 51t4 Green river. Disappointment over a love affair is said to have prompted the act. Leaving a note telling her tho young lady relntlves good-bywent to a high bluff overlooking tho river and leaped Into the water thirty feet below. Her body was recov ered. Mr, Mclfenry Hoolbrook has re ceived notice of his appointment to i respontible position with tho Na tional City Dank at New York City Ilia duties will begin Aug. 1st After one years experience there ho will be given a place with one of that Bank's branches In South America. Young For Sale At Cost. Hoolbrook's many friends are proud Cultivator, one 8x16 One Of his advancement and are confident Corn he will make good wherever he may Disc Harrow, two Hoosler Deerlng Binder, Drills one be assigned. Her, Judge J. S. Glenn and Judge T. F, Apply to Black, Birkhead 48t4 Birkhead, candidates for the Demo Hartford. cratic nomination for Circuit Judge, are holding a series of joint debates Lives Twenty Minutes With Cut Jugular Vein. in Daviess county. Those who have Rockport, Ind., June 27. Joseph heard them report that they are mak Ing the Democratic fur fly and great Ashley, 35, was killed last night at ly enlarging the chances of Hon. R. Hatfield, a small town near here, by alleged, in a cutWT Slack, Republican candidate for William Hosey, It is the same place. Looks like Glenn ting scrape. Hosey Is said to have and Birkhead may convince the vot drawn a knife and inflicted the wound, which was eight inches long, ers that neither should be elected. and nearly decapitated Ashley. AshCounty Attorney C. E. Smith will ley lived twenty minutes, although be the Republican candidate for ComJugular vein was severed, and monwealth's Attorney in this district. the rated without medical aid two blocks and Hon. R. W. Black, of Daviess, from the scene of the crime. Hosey county, the Republican candlate .for Went to' the home of a friend, and Circuit Judge, being the only' ones to told that Ashley had died he qualify for these positions. They when strong men, standing high fled. A posse has so far failed to are both catch him. In the legal profession and personally e popular with the people. They both Good Roads. have excellent chances to win in NoThe Ohio County Medical Society vember, although the district is norwill organize a good roads club at mally several hundred Democratic Beaver Dam Opera House, Beaver Mr. Clarence Barnard celebrated Dam, Ky., on Friday, July 2nd, at his 21st birthday Wednesday at the 2 p. m. There will be several speakhome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ers present to make talks, and we Mayworth Barnard. He had several want everyone Interested in good of his friends and neighbors at din- roads to be there on that date. Wa ner and all enjoyed the occasion. Mr. also want every automobile in Ohio Barnard will go to Central City Mon- Couhty to be thero. The object of day where he will accept a position this meeting will be to better the with Hoover Bottling Works. Hart- condition of the roads and keep in ford regrets to lose another line line with the rapid progress of good young man and his many friends are roads. sorry to seo young Mr. Barnard go to OHIO CO. MEDICAL SOCIETY. another city, but ho has the good DR. J. O. McKENNEY, wishes of all. DR. OSCAR ALLEN, Clarence Taylor, colored, was shot Committee. and dangerously wounded by Louie Barrett, also of color,-- at a pic-nt- c Tax Bills for 1915, certified to near Horton last Saturday. Barrett Sheriff Ohio County by W. C. Blank- was arrested and brought to town by enshtp, June '30, 1915, amounting to jailer Mldklff. He was arraigned $82,199.02, divided among the folbefore Judge Wilson who fixed his lowing funds: $27,459.20 bond at $1,000 In default of which State 37,482.20 he was sent to jail. The case was County called Tuesday when the Taylor boy Common Schools Ohio 12,113.70 was unable to appear. County Barrett's 2,398.00 bond was reduced to $500 which he Dog Tax 2,745.92 was unable to give and was again State Roads Tax sent to jail. Above does not Include any R. R. The Ohio County Fiscal Court met Bank or corporation assessments or Monday and continued in session two valuations and there will probably days. All the members were present be taxes yet to be certified on about By a close vote the plans for the $1,000,000 worth of values. Centertown pike were approved. The CASH PRICES, work on this road will amount to Best quality Mixed Paint, any $16,000 of which the county will on coldr, $1.40 per gallon. ly pay SG,000. , The State paying Pure Lead 8c per pound. and subscriptions of citizens In the vicinity of the road amounting , Pure LJnseed Oil 70c per gallon. All kinds building Material very to 2,000. The vote was a tie on approving the plans and to have dis- low. Shingles $3.26 Extra approved them, would probably have , defeated this Important work and the per 1,000. Sewing Ma Also 39 second-han- d county would have lost $10,000 worth, of road improvement, which chines, some good as new, from $1 Is bound o be constructed some to $10.00 each. HARTFORD MILL CO. time. County Judge Wilson cast the necessary vote to carry out the 8Ut Warns Millers. work and he deserves credit for it. Lexington, Ky., June 27. R. M. Allen, head of the Food and Drug Baptists Call'McFarUnd. The members of the Hartford .Bap Department of . the State -- University tist church met Wednesday evening Agrleultural EipeVlmenfBtatlon, has for the purpose of calling a minister. sent the following warning to all The Rev. McFarland, of Louisville, Millers' of. Kentucky. ''Mates to the' nerth and south of who delivered a semen here in Mar w'arseleetfn. It is supposed,' that he KeaUtoky havebeeajleuwiregula- 'UtM: requiring bleared four to be will accept .JUiT.fc.ai-a.t- e, th 8,-0- 00 Star-A-Star you want to fix up for the fourth and appear. well. then you can feel .independent when you meet friends and str'angers. get your outfits for. yourself and for your family, we will jell you things which you will "know" are. stylish when you come in now and wear them. t'sj6t a "picnic" store. but come in buy at our and make your "pick" now in the "nick" of time. to CARSON & CO. i - INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. "' I We 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 ' $6.50, $7.50, $8.00. orders receive prompt attention. Postage prepaid. Five percent refunded to out of town patrons, not to exceed actual bus or railroad fare. Mail SEND DS YOUR MAIL ORDEBS. WILE BROS. e Owensboro, Ky. egress00(vssS000S000 so labeled, and we have some com plaint that flour sent out from Kentucky is not labeled aa required by such Sta(e laws. The Kentucky law plainly requires: flour bleached la any taaanner to be so. labeled, and our killers are asked to inform them selves as te th,e States in which similar law Is in.eeKect, and to comply witta all'such laws.' have had general eomnjalat grew anutrtcr of Kentucky millers,; --"- not bleach, that other mills, bleach their product, do not show the fact, and thus obunfair advantage. "Pending the final settlement ot the law and facts relating to bleach-lathere is no doubt that the Kentucky law requires the label to state the facts of bleaching and there la no honest reasen. why the consuming public should not know.lt the who do who do label to tain an flour is so bleached:" g, p) i i .ff.t,s'-r,..- . iiitfiiiiirirtiiiiiti isiis inrmasliinirftrfwir u'tw ftfmiktiUM .iV t.m . .i..,A.,MAfcMi inv. -. f. PROTECT GUNNERS body knew It. Ho wns tireless, Intelligent and positive, nnd the enorv mous vote which was cast In for Mr. Ilnnsrvrlt must linvp FROM GAS been In part due to the effective work Ken-tuck- Professional HOTEL The General Supply Co. Incorporated. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. prnotlc hJN prtfetaloa to Ukt and Adjolultic counties. ConunejrsJaxl mid Criminal Practice a Specialty. Will Owensboro, Kentucky. Representatives for American Seeding Machine Co. Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machine Co. Electric Light Plants for Country Homes. Water Pressure Systems for Country Homes. CROMWELL, - KY. retire. Kurm For Sale. Will practice their profession la this For the Infantrymen, the crude lic About 5G acres :i miles East of Machinery, Gasoline Engines, Feed Mills, and djofulug counties. Collection, respirators at first supplied are now The Powhatan offers room Hartford on Hartford nnd Cromwell with detached bath at $1.50, being replaced by hoods like the Commercial und Criminal 1'ructlce Room with pri$2.00 and up road, 1 V6 miles from pike. Four Specialty. Prompt and vlgorou W B.Tlaclava helmets. A flap vate bath, 92.50, SJ 00 and tip. Corn Shellers. room cottage In good repair. Ever'Write for booklet with nop, service- .Notary In office. covers the face, mica windows being lasting water at residence. Two CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Inserted to protect the eyes, while Manager. barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of Anything the farmer needs. respirator pad Is of cotton waste and peaches O and apples. AH hill lnnd, large enough to last for an hour PossesIn very good condition. hut iiMHiiiuiniim.HimiMi.,,,., without replacing. Each soldier will any time. Terms reasonable. carry two extra pads enabling him to sion Apply to BARNETT & SON, remain In his trench position for Republican Office, SPECIAL TO WOMEN hi tfuuuui, or pnwitly oWnJnol ul three hours under ordinary circum- 23tf it. ri4.uuu PATCN! Hartford. Ky Tho most economical, cleansing and THAT stances. bflfiJUU tU.UCre... IltftlK1, germicidal of all antiseptics Is fc.i.1 ip1.i. tJjuio r ilrttli for rnCE report A chew of tobacco In time has en ltnuui!tr. ro t raclk ! sun- saved many soldler'ss life during PASSING RlrCfCNCCS. IVrfrt. iluiO.I oc on rrnilii riurnt Writ, to German gas nttacqks, according to a BO3-S0- B Savanth Street, corporal of Canadian artillery In a wnsninuTON, D. c. letter to the Bov. C. R. Durrani of Freston Rectory, Suffolk. Ho gives Wedding Decorations, A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed. his reasons as follows: Funeral Designs. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches "Gas makes the air green and yel In treating catarrh, Inflammation or low, and it chokes and poisons a Etc.. see ulceration of nose, throat, and that man when he stands. The first caused by feminine ills it has no equal. we began to feel pretty choky TAP8C0TT, time FLORIST For ten years th Lydla E. Plnkham Justice contends that Congress en- at the guns and wondered if tobacco Medlclno Co. has recommenced Paztlne THERE IS WAR acted a law either "impossible or would help us. We thought wo would in their private correspondence with Masonic Temple The National Weekly post- try It and put a big chew in our performance Or .that must be women, which proves Us superiority. OWENSBORO, KY. Women who have been cured say First Time AMONG DEMOCRATS poned until treaty regulations can mouths. It made us spit the gas up. It ia "worth Its weight in Kold." At be modified as to permit of it," and Now, when we notice the gas in the druggists. 60c. large box, or by mail. TTTT urges the court to declare the sta- air, we just take a chew of tobacco. The Poztoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Until this year tute inoperative. Ctllut't hai bcn Department of Justice Asks Court The development of this division told at $5.50. Now the price is $2..0 between the executive and legislative To Annull andvrehat e MCuttd FOR FLETCHER'S branches of the Democratic adminisOlxle County J a concession w hereBMa9ih tration merely repeats history. The State. by rre can effer it party is running true to form, and Circuit Court T. F. Blrkheaid, at a Mill further Judge; Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. reduction in conTwo Notable Speeches. reminds one of the division in the nection with this- . Succeed when everything else fails. P. Midklff, Jailer; E. U. Barrass, D. C, June 29. Democratic party during the adminThere were a number of good Washington, publication. In nervous prostration and female Clerk; E. E. Blrkhead, Master Com weaknesses they ate the supreme missioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee There is "war between the executive istration of Grover Cleveland, when speeches made at the Republican Special Offer te Our Readers remedy, as thousands have testified. Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, he refused to sign the tariff bill State convention which was held In d legislative branches of the FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Hartford. Deputies S. A. Bratcher; which the Democratic Congress had Lexington the past week. Two of administration. Rcrosniiing the (teat demand (or Collitt't at office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown art the new price, we have made arrangements to STOMACH TROUBLE them were of unusual interest. The Department of Justice has enacted after months of labor. iter it and our own publication each one year Uilmore Keown. Court convenes first it is the best medicine ever soli (or the price of GaSMr'aalopc. TI1I1 it a limited A One of these was made by Judge Monday In February and continues ked the United States Supreme orTer and must be taken advantage o promptly, w .over a druggist's counter. three weeks; third Monday in April, A Cough Itemedy That Relieves. Ed C. O'Rear and the other by V. S. Court to declare null an 3 void a two weeks; third Monday in October, What Yon Get i. Colli statute upon which the Democratic It's prepared from the healing Lawlll, Esq. The speech made by two weeks. Congress labored for more than six Pine Balsam, Tar and Honey all Judge O'Rear was Interesting be CtBitr't i the one big, independent, (earless County Court John B. Wilson, weekly at the whale country. Not orlr la it the Judge; W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk; months to enact into law. mixed in a pleasant soothing Cough cause it showed that a roan can engood handbook hut it alio the YOU C. E. Smith, Attorney. Hartford. things citiien'a the whale lamib. ilAmong are, maeaitnc lot tertain pronounced and sincere con- This amazing spectacle has its Syrup called Dr. Bell's lhata year's subscription gies Court convenes first Moudary iu each origin in the clause of the tariff ey. Thousands have benefited by its (vIctions which differ materially from 10OO Editorial net imposed to give five per cent use no need of your enduring that principles enunciated in his party OUR month. SCO New Photo Quarterly Court Begins on the 2SO Short Arttclea imposed on annoying Cough or risking a danger- - j platform and still remain loyal to first Monday In every month. discount on all duties ISO Skort Slorir. Court of Calms Convenes first 100 Uluatrnted Featurta merchandise imported in vessels ad- ou8 Cold. Go to your dealer, ask the organization. 2 Complet Novel. Tuesday in January and first Tues registry. Its for a 25c. original bottle Dr. Bell's) Judge O'Rear believes In State-- , mitted to the American Treatment day in October. Collier's $2.50 EVA fir silv history is well known. The Court Pine start using at once wide prohibition but he is reasonable HbHbz VL. H for WEAK Other County Officers C. S. recently upheld and get rid of your Cough and In ills attitude towaru.tne liquor trai- Surveyor, ForUsville, Ky., R. Hartford Republican of Customs Appeals Ho Is of opinion that a constl- 2 He. LUNGS or F. D. No. 2r Torn Hlncs, Assessor. the law in a divided opinion. From Cold. Olaton, Ky.; 0cna Shut is, Superinjtutional amendment prohibiting tho 4 this .decision the government has CONSUMPTION tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Rlloy, July Tetanus or Lockjaw. ' manufacture and sale . of . Intoxicating appealed. Fourth of . . ..!... .J It yuu "nuon .l; paper we wmsena you Coroner, Hartford; T. II, Benton, uus Road Engineer, Hartford. The remarkable campaign for dlf- - liquors should be submitted to tlio In its belief asking the Supreme JUSTICES' COURTS. the case, the Depart- fusion of knowledge as to the practl- - people and that five years should Court to review Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft-- I bbHZHfollowing elapso before the amendment would in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak ment of Justice severely criticises cal prevention of lock-ja3d Monday in March, Tuesday afteffective. Judge O'Rear lungs or consumption. injuries received on the Fourth of become Congress for blundering. er 3d Monday In June, Tuesday aft10CK BOX 61S er 3d Monday purpose of July, conducted by the Journal of the stated his position on this question Qf Q MEDICAL CO. In September, Tues "The Congressional COLUMBUS, 0. day after 3d Monday, In December. American Medical Association for the clearly forcefully and in a manner favoring American bottoms is L. A McDanlol, Rockport, Friday by ttViily provisions to the past decade, is bearing fruit. In which deeply impressed the largo after 3d Monday In March, Friday t, reliability nearly 40 year. Sold In neatly hlm-- j contrary." declares the argument 1903 there were 417 deaths from audience to which ho tuldrefsed after 3d MonJday In June, Friday every city and town In the ITnltot btttes ani Edition after 3d Monday In Soptember, f Canada, or by mill direct. Mora told thaa amongst the Fourth of July self, and It 13 Very evident that there The Thrice-a-Wee- k for a review, "and Congress was lock-jaFriday after 3d Monday In DeMcCALL'S MAGAZINE fully advised of the purport and ex- victims. By 1909 this number hud were lu tho convention as there are no pre- been reduced to 130, and last year In tho State in all parties, very few World cember. Leach. Cromwell, Wednesday Of The flew York istence of the treaties. If S. W. maniine million a month. Invaluable. LaU men who dlsagreo with him entirely. est atylet. pattern!, dretsmalinr, millinery, after 3d Monday in March,, Wed cise or Intelligent meaning can be there were only 3. plain tewing, fancy needlenotk, lulrdrcuing, nesday after 3d Monday in Juno, Judge O'Rear as he stated so eloetiquette, pood ttotirt, elc. Only M cents Blank caterages and similar penegiven to the law In question, consisSepyear (worth double), Including rrto pittctn. .... manifest Intention of trating wounds nre tho great cause quently, Is a Republican and he will Practically u Dally at The Price of a Wednesday after 3d Moiday 3din MonKuh.rrlnB Inilav nf t.ml f.i. tamnt. tent with the tember, Wednesday after support the party nominees. He Is lock-jaEvery wound made by WOMBEBFVL INBUCEMENTS Congress, it must be held to be void of Weekly. No other Newspaper day In December. brings an uiisterlllzed Instrument or ob- - too thoroly inbued with the tradiIt. C. Tlchenor, Centertown, Sat- ItoAcents. Postal offers, premium catatonia and of no effect. jriie Address in the World Ghes so Much policies of Republiurday after 3rd Monday in each HC McCAllvCO. pro ject Is dangerous. tions and ancient The U MS W. 7lh ft. MEW TU "If the initial clause and the so Low a Price. at month. thrive only in the absence of canism to discard them in this crisis, vision of the section are Irreconcila-Vtjrm- s Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday and he knows that his devotion to le," and the govornment 60 ton- - oxygen. On account of this after 2d Monday In March, Tuesda is void. Better clan should be called at once and he the cause to which he has given his "the statute The year 1914 has been the most after 2d Monday In May, Tuesday supANB CURE foe t;UNCS that the words used should be de- - wjh enlarge the wound and remove best endeavor he can And more he extraordinary in the history of mod- after 3d Monday In August, after 2d Monday in November. clared inadequate for the purpose all foreign material and clean it out port within his own party than 71 out Wod- Dundee, S. Dean. W. intended than that Interpretation jn such a manner as to prevent tho can outside of it. Today ho Is sim ern times. It has witnessed the WITH the second Monday in after should usurp the function of legls- - development of the germs or seed of ply occupying tho position of a pio- break of the great European war, nilay Wednesday after 2U Monday, March; O disease. In order to secure results neer. It would be a foolish man In- a struggle so manic mai u mattes In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday 4atlon." em- It Is generally necessary adminisdeed who would say that Judge Wodnesday after 2d Mon In Augubt, The Department still further all others look small. day in Novombcr. phasizes its belief that the act of ter ether or some other general O'Rear will not live to seo his views You live in momentous times, and ,Ben F. Rice, ForUsville, Tuesday by quoting anaesthetic. Tlie antl tetanus serum accepted oy " whuwiwiiuuhmiiw rnnirress was absurb you should not miss any of the tre- after 2d Monday in March, ThursIs that he will e great probability L4L!.WOLDk ' i.ltW.Bouta fret with approval the Senate committee ja of real value as a preventive day after 2d Monday in May, ThursThat the Judge proposes to stand mendous events that are occurring. day after 2d Monday in August, kH All, WymJrQ UHMIMtJBUa. report which rejected the offending uro provided it is given within by his old friends Is gratifying to No other newspaper will Inform you Thursday alter za Monasy in NoCSO&Yl aUAJUMTMn few hours after receipt of injury. eetlon. a." out the Fourth them all. He needs them and they with the promptness and cheapness vember.W. Taylor. Ralph. Friday aft-- 1 9 jnojrj. Parents should realize that Your Committee struck Bon J.0 i provision," says the report as quot of July and other tetanus or lock' need his intellect and his voice. There edition ot the er 2d Monday in March, Friday after' of the In KenMonday In May, Friday after ,Ja ed by the. government brief. "It was jaw is easy to prevent but extremely are many things to be done year's 2d Monday In August, Friday after 2d, of some nineteen dltllcult to cure. Every punctured tucky by men loyal to her best in- Now York World. Moreover, a in contravention ' Monday in November. or twenty treutles of jthe United wound should receive caroful medi- terests and Republicans cannot at subscription to it will take you far HARTFORD POLICE COURT, any one Issue Into our next Presidential campaign. this time afford to let O. C. Martin. Judce: McDowell A. States.. In our opinion it could havo cal attention. However slight the may appear, summon a physi- divide them, so long as there ls.no k Jed to no good result, as every counWorld's regu- Fogle, City Attorney; J, P. Stevens, The riiocuiiDaMBoereNoio.J'yni'('. respect to essentrarch Marshal; court convenes second Mon- ' try could have retaliated and all the cian who will adopt energetic meas- backward step with , )wt Tmadrkit, ia., ta. ooUla ptunu, f lar subscription price is only $1.00 day in each month. coffnttM, m 111 countkisj.. r countries In the end would have been ures. Mpst lives are sacrificed from tials. City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R notper year, and this pays fpr 1C6 pa'I The speech by Mr. Lawlll was which put reliance upon mntYaUcflinlktfait,!. Just about where they started. We lock-jaT. Collins, Clerk; J, E. Bean, Treasable as, marking the return to the pers'. We offer this unoqualed news- urer. Members of Council J. C. BeniTiwrtiN MmnfVflnitt ntlitlfi fcFUimT. o were not only inyltlng an endless home treatment. nett. Captl A. D. White, A. E. Pate, tM H,hni.Ma(altokUtMalrak4rM. The State Board of Health keeps Republican party of one of the .lead- paper and retaliation, but a retaliation where WSSralMaTON, D. O. W. H. at ing and most valuable accessions THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Prows Gillespie, W. JL Barnes, C. M. our opponents would have had in a constant supply of every case the better of it, its Laboratory in Bowling Green and which tho Progressives In .19 IS won together for one year for ?1.3. Bcarly Hartford Board Education J. H. way of thinking. Ch'm'n.; C. M. Barnett, and Jn many cases Infinitely the bet can supply it at actual cost to ny to their The regular subscription price of B. Carson, Ford, Treas.; R. T, ColWhile Mr. Lawlll was Stato chairSec; E. W. physician who wires or telephones ter" lins, J. D. Duke, man ot the Progressive party every- - the two papers is 2.00. .Furthermore, the Department of for it. TRADC-MAnn- Farming Implements of all kinds. which was done by Mr Lawlll and who were associated with him. Special Helmet Will Be Used Fy those he sees Now like many others, that victories cannot be won by" a divided ArtilleryBritish party and he returns to his former alliances In a spirit which comples men. a warm welcome he Is willing to take a position In the 'trenches." Mr. I.awlll's action marks the passLondon, June . '. Elaborate plans ing of the last of the mlltant Profor defending positions subject to gas attacks nre being pushed to comple- gressive followers nnd It Is fortunate tion by a special committee of ex- that It is so. Whatever reason may have once perts at the British War Olllcc. Tor existed for the estrangement, there the arltllerymen and machtncimm, suits of "armor" are being modeled arc many grounds upon which nil after the suits worn by diver or can stand nnd fight for tho Stato and for the Nation. It Is seldom that a collery fire fighting experts. thoughtful voter finds in candidates The helmets will provide a complete cover for the head, with mica and In platforms all that he would windows for the eyes, and n heavy have them be, but this is true of nil respirator covering tho mouth and parties and of all ages, for be It renoso and supplied with a constant membered that the voter himself Is dampening of chemical from n small usunlly marked by some of tho frailtin reservoir under the hat. Clad In ties which follow mankind, and he this equipment the machine gun men who seeks perfection might first ask Is from perfecand artillery men can maintain a how far he himself tion. Lexington Leader. position even If the infantry has to I POWHATAN WASHINGTON D.C. tlOrAMERICANU 'In a" city 'where (ood hotels bound, th Powhatan heads tht Barnes Mtre. V. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, 11, Smith Jiit. countrymen. It li firit'lo ,th hearta.et lu KY. JJarwu utul C. B. Smith announce that Uivy have ifonn- a partiiwh.ip for tho tntcrnl prno Itice of law, except citliuln.il uud dlvor j cases, .Mr. Smith bolug Umtnty Aittor- -j is pruveiitfcd f rum practilcltig auci ccasvs. Mr. lkirnx will individually aociipt Buch practice. In Oftlou Hartford Rupubllaux building, Hart- iy The Towfcatan n relmeil, exclusive, and restful. Ill excel-1m- l location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th ami It Streets, makes it a desirable headquarters for bridal couples, tourist liarties, conventions, Schools and colleges. . The Powhatan atlracti the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navy Department, also to many interest, points of historical makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub- ford, K" T. WAIlUNTIIATTO.N (.'riiiim.ll, K.v U1TOU. Ml II TIM llnrttnru. Ky. STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Law S im IHl I Run By Farmers, For The . For Bedding Plants Farmers! i MEaSlf Collier's LBv1 Collins in Clubs Children Cry CASTORI A Electric1 Bitters WILL TAKE Directory - Dem-porat- ic v -, . FREE Tar-Hone- y, . Mox-lo- y, . ! $2.50 ! , .... , I w SSl'Sai.l'S I or - I ihvgyA i w I -- locW-Ja- w 1 physl-tend- e, KILLthe COUCH Tues-Ua- y Dr, King's New Discovery meas-JTh- i Thrlce-a-Wee- k fii v in-Ju- ry Thrlce-A-Wee- -- tr-- w 1 :a anti-seru- m t A. "wt. '.jr-- "" - METGALF SPLITS WITH BRYAN gfe Net Contents lSBidaDraaai CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Former Editor of Commoner Ipfoi I'r.a V nrrniinL-arEnCENAVetldauIclrcjxtfJiijnKw-sfmilaliiiUicFbodanJnriti' Would Hurl Him From Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Party. """ E . j. a - tindtlic SlnmActiSomlBrtOL Always Bears the Signature iicssrndBstfaitataaJg OplunuMorpIilnJloriUnual" Jn Jr $ In . Not Nakcotic. AtitSmf' Mw.fcsrf- (liinOalSnfvr jt,7SSSxuaaa i ,S2jfflS rerbhne TVorms. nvsmaisir Use lOSSOFbWEK vA For Over Sioux City, la., Juno 19. Democrats of this section were greatly surprised when Klchard L. Metcalfe, man of William former right-han- d J. Bryan, and former editor of tho Commoner In a signed editorial In his own paper, The Nebraskan, today read Dryan out of tho Demo cratic party, and predicted Senator Gilbert M. Hitchcock will control federal patronago In Nebraska. Through tho Intllucnce of Dryan Metcalfe was given one of the best Jobs at the dltiposat ot the administration, that ot Panama canal commissioner, at a salary of $14,500 a year. When congress abolished this position Metcalfo returned and ran For Infants and Children for governor of Nebraska. Metcalfe and Hitchcock have been In Use For Over Years bitter political cnomles, but appear Always bears to have healed the breach. the Metcalfe In his editorial, said In Signature of well as men of tho North. As spokesman and representative of this body, which has nearly a century of existence Mr. Duncan said: The halting attitude of business la tho natural sequence of our recent national policies, and Is caused by the fear of the legislative and gov ernmental campaign against business. The policy of the party In power has been called "the freeing of business from its shackles," but, In spite of this phrase, the business man who has undergone the freeing process finds himself more hampered and hnrrnssed than at any previous time In our history. Tho war, In a financial sense, is a blessing In disguise. Because of it, the now tariff law Is at the moment Inoperative In effect, though present as a menace. The extent of tho disaster that would have overtaken our Industries had the operation of tho new tariff continued in full vigor until tho present day, no man can estimate." Steubonvllle (O.) Herald. well-soundi- STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS I 1 Majority el Frieais Tnongat Mr. Hughe Woald Die, But taking other medicines. take his advice, although decided did not I Oae Helped Him to Recovery. any confidence in it. I hare now been taking Black-Dr- at for three months, and it has cured aw haven't had those awful sick headacaaa since I began using It. Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting adI am so thankful for what BUd vices Irom this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Draught has done for me." writes as follows : "I was down with Thedford's has bee stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for de would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver, ft times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable Black-Draught herb. CASTORIA 30 71tfCETlcnC0MPWVl xUJ"M- - Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC wide spread confidence) In the president that no American can even seem to contend with him and still retain public favor. The breach between Wilson and Bryan will grow as the days go by. s) part: "In this Instance tional crisis) there tf tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, aad did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely I got so bad, I could not cat of sleep, used by young and old, and should a and all my friends, except one,. thought I kept in every family chest. would die. He advised me to try Get a package to ay. -' Thedford's Black Draught, and quit Only a quarter. I taj (the InternaIs such CIMTAUN OOONNV, NCW YOJ OrTT. Starck Pianos BBsIKJ No Money in Advance Sntiufnc tlon Guar Itelievcri. mean Hard work, aflff Rnra numnloQ Slnnn'a f.lrttmonr -. W ............... u ....u.... W..., lightly applied, a little quiet, and your sorencs3 disappears like magic. "Nothing ever helped like your I can never thank Sloan's Liniment. you enough," writes one grateful user. Stops suffering, aches and pains. An excellent counter-irritan- t, better and cleaner than mustard. All Druggists, 25c. Get a bottle 2 Penetrates without rubbing. over-exertio- n, Tirol, AchiiiK Muc!e4 ... to-da- y. Vnatory Pricon K n n i eat Tornm A Saving of SlOO to . LowrtNet aatecil fcBBaajaasJaasssyassBF1 a aaa EJ efttsiotrtr A. ETARCIC S2 0 0 Fac- From tory Direct I Wo win ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for SO days' frco trial. In your homo. No cash payment rcqulruiL. All we ask Is that you vlll play upon, use and test this piano for 30 days. If, ut the end of that time, you do not And It tho tilchent Rrade, sweetest toned and llnest piano In every way, that you hava ever fccon for the money, you are at iwrfect llber'y to Henu It back, and we will. In that event, pay Jhe freight both ways. Thlu btarck Piano must make cood with you, or there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL lUffi a A Creditor Nation. The United States Is rapidly becoming a creditor nation. At the outset of the war, when Great Brit-Ia- n declared a moratorium, so far as its own debts were concerned, and s demanded payment ot all balances Beauty Mort Than Skin Deep. due it, there was much alarm In this X beautiful woman always has country. But the bankers raised the good digestion. If your digestion Is famous gold pool and sent It to Can- Was Tor War Then. Colonel Bryan was not always so profound a faclflst as he is now. He wrote the Democratic national platform of 1900, upon which he ran for President. The platform denounced the 'ill concealed Republican alliance with England, which must mean discrimination against other friendly nations, and which has already stifled the nation's voice while liber- ,, . ly 1B " " Slrta" f'e" '" cuurae 11 me umieu oiaiea uuu attempted to fight the battle of the Boers, It would have meant war with tli biggest naval power in the world. Col. Bryan was also for war dur-i- n the Aguinaldan rebellion not war waged by the United States fori the vindication of its supremacy, but war waged against authority and the flag ot the United States by the coterie ot corrupt Tagal adventures headed by Aguinaldo, whom Col. Bryan toasted as one of the world's heroes and a second George Washington. -- i0wM9toim& f sf af traaPsLlL 1 1 T ,- a a 1 ifc.:. XaufMHB vi- . m. v jKWjmrs -- tiu4j--v- v. full of life and action, fitted with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, 1 will make u vb eYOUTITS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of ' Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone mtnenome. mere is nQ age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. ' If you do not know THE COMPANION Then- - the Family let us send you Tbreo Current Issues FREE. Inclosa this Coupon with your request. 52 Times a Year Thoe Sava $150.00 or Mara c ai.ip uirrci in jthi irom our laciory, ( price" tfcat tire you upwards, of 1150 00 In the cot ol your ptam. We guarantee to fumltli you a to tttr plino for tlie money thin j ou You are inuml of receiving eoire utlifactory sweet toned durable high gmU nil no. Easy Paymaata an You piy no cah down, but after SO days ot trial, you can begia payment on the low. est, easiest terms crer wnrgeateJ by a piano manufacturer. These term are arranged to suit your convenience, anj It li possible for you to bry a piano far your home, without missiig the money. , . clelie. OK.Vaat, R:aaaaa dlaTSK F.tmt Btsrrk Piano U guaranteed for IJ yrars. Thu spisrante $n tHdL ot It cur S3 yean of piano txperlroer, atvl tlie repo. Utlon of on responsible plinj bauae. 2nd - Hand Bargains We luve constantly on hand sllghtl;- hrsr! numb i nd fcwiud band fpianos ofiv4 ill tanJard null taken In for new Starck Piano I The followand I'Uyer-Ptaoo- t, ing am s few sample bargains! Hayar-MfM- H 50 FrM Musla Ltssans muilc lessons. In one of the bctt known BcltooU la Cblcaso. These lewuna you cjd take la your own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. Wctwr Stcinway Chlcketing Kimball Stank Piano, To evciy purchaser of we jire free Starck $110.00 92.00 00.00 95.00 195.00 Starck Player-Piano- s strt the tKt and snout tiestitl. rut Player Plant on Ou market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive features ot theat) wonderful instruments, and will he pleased with the scry low prices at which they can be secured. 8end for our latest complete aecond hand bargain Hat. our beautifully Illustrated piano Ixwk which gives you a large amount of information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. Plans laaK Frit Send today fop new 4 P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 Starck Bld.. CHICAGO FARE $322 i?&-3UFFALO k. DAILY BETWEEN CLEVELAND & ft "QTY OF BUcTALO" W b'Mantfieeit 3teamrs 5 BCIWUEM K V C CLEVELANDDaar. May 1st to Dec JO A.M. Clweland A?isUuttato SJOA.M. T.... Ut..JlWri RftHroJ tick; abd ftil Kutrn and Cnvliio potnt-at noffkU t Klamrr WS 1 1st-BUFF- 'j2&J&Z7jnU ftrajit Ship "SEEANDBEET water ot the UrswlMdmViiWitwiiWoa! aJ Tha tions for lift) piMcniprrv nTY OF ERIE"- any Inland world. Slwpln IjJrJSS g aocomnwda-J, ALO tariwdinir bctwrtrn Clevviuui and Unttalo w good toe t'toor ticket Ktioit for ticket vU C. A B. Line. booklet frvo. L. ntls traapocUtia oo our toftmurm. I Vjrouc Lw.n citucior mni interior vi ilwuiir to cavvr poufcura aad rnailing. iq lMOa' rsimta THE CLifcVEI.AWP & taUPt-AL- TftANSlT CQ qTlaaa. Qla t ada. This was a convincing illustration of tho solvency of this country. Most, ot the gold has .comehack. Gold has also been pouring in from other sources, until the banks ot New Yqrk City Clearing House alone last week carried a reserve of $195,-156,5In excess of legal requirements. The . excess was over four times that of the same week last year. The reason is plain.,. We have beeu selling to Europe without buying much from it. Instead of having to send gold to settle balances, the gold is being sent here. This is why tho price of London exchange Is lower than at any other time in halt a century. The end of the war is not in sight Great Britain, which has been financing the allies to a large extent, has accumulated a huge deficit and will likely borrow a billion dollars at once. American financiers are getting ready to absorb much of this loan. The part taken here will not be paid In money but in credits. Most of the proceeds of the loan will be used In paying for supplies bought France is also disIn this country. cussing the floating ot more large loans, under slightly different circumstances. It would use American securities as collateral. The fear of the market being flood ed with securities, which closed our stock exchange at tho outbreak of the war, has vanished. Foreigners look upon American securities as their choicest possession now. In fact, thore Is talk ot foreign government taxing them heavily to But even In this force liquidation. event, the United States is prepared to pay for them with products Eu- rope must buy. Horrible as the war is and eager as all are to see its close, It has given the United States a financial advantage such as It has never known before. Globe Demogilt-edg- faulty, Chamberlain's Tablets will do you good. Obtainable everywhere, m magazines. ' SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Hlndenburn's Hobby. Dogs and tobacco. Those are the THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. two passions of Gen. von Hlnden-burappearance is that of a His fighter. He looks very fierce, and that Is why he has been described as g. who suoscribo now, sending $2 for the 52 Issues of THE COMPANION for 1915, will receive The Companion Home Calendar FREE. not 12. More good reading than you will get in any of the monthly BOTH The best way to Hlndenburg's good graces la to steal and present him with a fine dog or to recommend to him a good cigar. Only the other day a convoy ot choice dogs left the front for Hanover, where lives, under escort of an orderly with a special passport signHe ed by the field marshal himself. smoke3 Incessantly, especially when he Is sleepless. He then smokes out his plans, says then the Standard, and when he has beaten the Russians In thought he dozes off. He likes a grim Joke, especially against the Prussian ministers. Lately two urtdercesretarles arrived from Berlin, and after giving them an icy reception, lie invited them for a drive in his motor car. He drove them right Into the line ot the Russian fire. As thew drew near the secretaries did not dare protest, but as the bullets began to rustle round them they begged the general to stop said the car. "Quite impossible." Von Hlndenburg, and imperturbably drove on. In a little while, though, the situation became so extremely perilous that he had pity on his guests and returned to camp. "terrible." OUR CLUBBING RATES. Globe-Democrat Hln-denbu- rg $1.3S The Republican and Louisville Herald . .i... 1;76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm4 1.7& The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50The republican ana JJaiiy u wens rjoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.7S The Republican and ' 17 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Twice-a-Wee- - Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. ITHOS. E. MOSS 1 Plasterer. Decorator and Contractor. Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can j ; Ijjgive any reference desired, Call me on Hartford!! ;; me at Hartford, Ky. ; Mill Co., 'phone, or address - -- , aa)stwttfHf" T ' '. I t C '' TTTTTtatttaaf ' ' Canada's Rigger Army. Unless Congress meets this fall In a humor to face and provide for the national defense, Canada, at the close of the present war, will have the more trained soldiers than United States. And Canada is tar from being a military nation. The Journal has no fear that our crat. Northern neighbor will try to annex Maine or capture Chicago, but the Journal counts It a crime to leave a FOR FLETCHER'S rich and peaceable country of 100,- -' 000.000 Inhabitants with fewer., trained defenders than are possess-- . The HaltlnR Attitude pf Business. oy many nations wtiu umj u per business ea The matter ot where cent ot our wealth. in regard to the Wilson adstands ministration isvclearly shown In the Wliltesville, For Sale. address delivered by Albert Greene Farm, We have listed with us a good 108 Duncan, the president ot the Nation mflea South of al Association of, Cotton Manufacacre farm 4 turers. at the annual convention ot,Whltesville, about halt of it bottom this 'association Just held. It is an. land, and forty acres in timber and eluding 6 8 gum, besides various other .that la see us tor - naatlian. It Includes In Its trees, no DUiiaings. nonmembership. both Democrats and Re- - prices. BAEJKJWT. & SON, Agents. publicans, and "bob of tko Soutnas J NEW UNDER ANY THE 8EWINQ MACttKNst OF QUAHTY. USE LI V-- Vt R-L-AX .NOT SOLO Children Ory CASTORIA sS'SHi sssrsjtjsslijp P 'aaaVslBsl 141 tl41 JO f WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Ifyou purchase theKKW JIOJtE you will have a life asset at the price you pay,, ad will not have an endless chain of repairs. OTHER uaaas? isnmK HOME JJLJ113Con5y For Lazy Liver aad the Troubles of Constipation. Feekright all the time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking- caloaie) keeps yo-when pleasant your feet, while relievingyourtroul le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take anything1 else. You can't afford it, Eliminates poisons, cleanses aytv tem and.relioyes constipation. Aaat-ura- l remedy, natural in its actions, sure la Its' effect and certain in results. It Trill won't be long before Lkt completely displace .calomel' in vieci hone. Children can take it freely aai Wita' perfect safety. Every bottle 1 in bottles., Nona the hkenesa andBsgaa Lb-yr-L- ax on I I yflax r Nr fllvsgBfca Cheapest the aad to buy. IflPrWl sMriatssWsWasawastaMw Hssssstaallul vW(ToiCrIsby?or'sl0byVT non-polltlc- al "WiHfflffir f . '. ..-,.,.- . , ' $&? M1 machine, wrtt eVou purchase. t J. H. WILLIAMS, PKjEssisM.lB r. JsWfV Ms tiaruora, .sU- - V AatLPola Nck,,f4 rsss 1 piktW ---- i; A COOPER BROTHERS' BIG STOCK REDUCTION SALE! SATURDAY, JULY 3 SATURDAY, JULY 17 Style Goodn 15"Days o Biggest I3eiirgeiiratB iri L-&tet- t 15. this has ever been offered the people of Ohio County before. We opened up on March 11th with a big stock of goods, every penny's goods to offer, but everything is this season's latest style, new goods, offered worth of which was absolutely new. We have no old, shopworn, at the time you need them, at prices you cannot match anywhere. Prices dn all Summer Goods have been cut to the Quick. These are all marked with Red Tags. Look for them. Everything else in the stock, except Groceries, at 10 per cent discount. No opportunity like out-of-sty- le Goods Will Be Charged at These Special Prices. This Sale is for Cash and Produce Only-- No HERE ARE A FEW SPECIMEN PRICES: STVLISH OXFORDS For Men, Women anil Children. $5.00 Oxfords $4.00 Oxfords" $3.50 Oxfords $3.00 Oxfords $2.50 Oxfords $1.75 Oxfords $1,50 Oxfords $1.25 Oxfords $1.00 Oxfords 80c Oxfords-- ? $3.08 $2.08 $2.78 $2.48 $1.08 $1.38 $1.18 08c 78c 48c MEN'S AND BOYS LATEST STYLE CLOTHING. $17.98 $22.50 Suits $15.08 $20.00 Suits '...$11.08 $10.00 Suits $10.08 $15.00 Suits $0.08 $12.50 Suits $7.08 $10.00 Suits $5.08 $8.00 Suits $4.08 $6.50 Suits $2.08 $4.00 Suits $1.98 $2.50 Suits MEN'S AND HOYS' PANTS. $5.00 Pants $0.08 $.1.48 $4.50 Pants $4.00 Pants $2.08 $3.50 Pants $2.48 $3.00 Pants $1.08 $1.48 $2.00 Pants' $1.50 Pants $1.18 08c $1.25 Pants MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS. $5.00 Hats $3.08 $2.28 $3.00 Hata $2.50 Hats $2.00 Hats $1.50 Hats $1.25 Hats $1.00 Hats 25c Hats 91.08 .$1.18 $1.18 00c 70c 17c MATTINGS AND BUGS. 25c Matting at l5Sc $3.00 Rugs $2.28 $18.00 Druggets . v $13.08 $12.00 Druggets .'. . .$8.08 DRY GOODS SPECIAU Hooster Domestic 5c jkt yd. Best Calico 5c pw yd. Hope Bleach per yd. 15c Gingham 12J4c per yd. 124c Gingham 10c per yd. 10c Gingham 7JJc per yd. M.50 Silk $1.18 $1.25 Silk Mc Lawns, Voiles, and all Summer Dress Goods In proportion. oic LATEST STYLES IN SUMMER MILLINERY AT HALF PRICE. Look out for the Red Tags for Biggest Bargains. Store Will Be Closed Monday, J.uly 5. COOPER BROS., Beaver Dam, Ky. IHIHHIHB LATEST WAR NEWS that the Russia nforces will yet oppose strong resistance to the Austro-German- s, whose sweep along the 'southeastern part of Gallcla still con- , Monday. Fiance. In that section on the heights of tho Meuse, known as the Calonne trench, a violent engagement lias been characterized by the use of darning liquid and asphyxiating gases by tho Germans behind which they succeeded In reaching their former first line, which had been carried some time previously by counters ensued and, according to the French War Ofiice, the Germans vero repulsed with heavy losses. The territory In almost Its entirety is held by tho French. von Bethmann-HollwcGermany. tho German imperial Chancellor, and Foreign Minister von are in Vienna for a conference n Foreign with the Minister. Emperor Francis Joseph accorded an audience to von Dr. Austro-Hungarlag, Ja-go- w England. The English public is convinced that the war will bo a long one and that the Russian armies mubt fight for months under great disadvantages. Tho campaign tor munitions in Great Britain is at its height. JUim,1. The Russians are again retreating to the north and south of Leinberg, and in Poland the Germans have launched another attack ugnintt Wnrbaw. Tho blow against Iho Polish capital was preceded by Gerterrific artillery action. The mans, cl.'.iiu the Teutonic forces liavo crossed tho Dniester near Haltcz, and have driven tho Russians some miles into the hills. in Stockholm and Huen. Woman's meetings held Swe- throughout den adopteiTpeaco resolutions passed at tho recent electing at Tho Hague. Similar meetings were hold in Denmark and Norway. ludy. An official announcement n issued at Vienna Bays that an submarine torpedoed and sank an Italian torpedo boat In tho NorthAus-tral- ern Adriatic. TueMlay. Jtussix. With the Russian Emperor on the Gallclau front, a new Minister of War, Gen. Pollvanoff, in charge of Russlau military affairs and the Grand Duke's lines still Intact, there Is a general expectation has shelled, torpedoed and sunk the Dominion Line freight steamer Ar- DECLARES WHISKY coast Cornwall, menian off the FRAUDS EXPOSED England, and as a result twenty Amer leans are among the missing. The tlnues. Armenian, flying the British flag, carSo far as can be learn- ried a cargo of mules from Newport Former Revenue Admits Taking Germany. ed tho Teutonic allies are not trans- News, Va., and twelve of the missing Bribes Says Com- ferring any of their eastern forces to Americans are negro mulleteers. The the western zone, but are devoting other eight are whites, hailing from mission?!-- . all their men and strength to the , various parts of the United States. The gravity of the incident and the Gnliclan campaign and to a further attempt to strike at Warsaw, the action of tlte American Government, Fort Smith, Ark., June 27. Polish capital. The Germans yes- it Is stated, depend on the charter of A. Gates, Deputy Internal Rethe vessel and whether she was unterday captured Halecz, In Gallcla. armed. venue Commissioner, announced tonight that Knox Booth, former In of Italy. Tho French Ministry United States. The United States ternal Revenue Agent for Tennessee War reports that Italy has broken off diplomatic relations with Turkey and Is seriously considering taking over and Alabama, had laid bare the deSayvllle wireless plant, which hns that Italy will send troops to the ' the direct communication with Germany, tails of the alleged "moonshine" official confirmaBut Dardanelles. through fear of neutrality violations. whiskey frauds which Federal offtion of this from Rome Is lacking. Austrian Investigation has shown that it is icials assert cheated tho government Further advances Into the to with of many thousands of dollars in communicate territory have been made south of possible across the Atlantic taxes. I submarines Rlva. through this powerful plant. According to Gates, Booth confessed to accepting bribes from distillers Wednesday. The Dardanelles. British troops, aggregating nearly $12,000. Russia. Tho Austro German ar- supported by their warships and the Gates was one of the Chief workers my, In Its advance over the Gallclan guns of the French, have carried sev- for the government In the Investiborder, has captured the Polish eral Une3 of trenches In the neigh- gation' of the alleged frauds which town of Tomaszow. The Russians borhood of Saghlr Dere, on the li led to the Indictment by a federal are in general retreat on a front of Peninsula, In brilliantly exe- grand Jury last week of Booth, John 250 miles. Warning is sounded by cuted Infantry attacks. There was L. Casper and Guy L. Hartman, of the English press that the capture of hard fighting there on June 28, the Kansas City and a number of other Warsaw or the seizure of tho great Australians, the Royal Scots, the former Government employes and railway lines which supply it would Royal Fusiliers, the Lancashlres and grew distillers. The Indictments bo dlsasterous to Russia, and would Gurkhas being engaged. out of the alleged illegal making of bo followed by greater pressure In whiskey by u distilling company of tho West. for Ft. Smith and Kansas City of which Russia. The Austro-Germa- n ces are continuing their progress in Casper is head. England. David Mason, Liberal, Southern Poland in the Tanew plain. The Deputy Agent said Booth alhas given notice that he will discuss They have occupied a border height leged Gates was to be decoyed to the possibility of early peace in the near Frampol and Zakllkow and have Atlanta, Ga and slain In the InterHouse of Commons today in "view of captured the latter place. Further nal Revenue office during a quarrel. certain speeches by certain mem- northwest they have captured Zawl- - The men InVolved, Gates said, were bers of the German Parliament de- cbost. to support each other's story of manding a speedy and honorable and by having the killing peace." Doctor's Office and Dwelling for Sale. take place on a Government reservaWe have listed for salo two acres tion the case was to be kept in the rranro, Premier Vlvlanl spoke good ground containing doctor's of- Federal Court. Gates said the conIn the French Chamber of Deputies dwelling, all necessary fession alleged the plan was abanfice, in explanation of the bill to approdoned because Booth refused to take 2 wells water, 1 cistern priate $1,200,000,000 for Governpart. ment expenses for three months af- and orchard. Splendid location for a Made Wise. ter which the bill was passed unani- physician. None within a radius of mously. Easy terms to right We've had a tough old winter, mates, five miles. With bread lines and the like, party. Call on, or address With honest men, a' seekiri' work Germuny. No Intimation respectBARNETT & SON, Agts., Along the dusty pike; ing the contents of the German reply ' Hartford, Ky. With nothln' doln anywhere; to tho American note bparingoa the 34tf .. For labor not a chance; sinking of the Luattanla, pas reached And, we dead broke, with whiskers on Washington, It Is officially stated In Osteopathy. The small ends of our pants. Berlin, for the reasbn that those enDr. O. O. Dockery, whose office Is gaged in drafting the document have at Beaver Dam, will be In Hartford We've had a tough old season, mates, not determined its tenor. every Monday, Wednesday and .Fri With not a thing to do; I day of each week and, will, treat pa- On uppers, when we used to wear Thursday. A swell shoe; Germany. A German, submarine tients at their homes. v7tt I I Gal-UpoSelf-defenflve-doll- ar With wife and kinds a growin' pale, And wearing ov'ry day Some rags for clothes, the like of which Wo used to chuck away. Planters House Operated by Hotel Company We've had a tough old year, ray mates; Under Now Management But hunger's made uu wise; T. QUISENBERRY. It's handed us the proper dope Of where tho troublo lies. Rates $1.00, $1.23 and $1.50 per Day Wo can't have free trade and a Job Meals 25 Cents. In this good U. S. A., Best In tho city for the money. It means no wages for us, mates, Special attention to tho traveling And only hell to pay. public. Jack Wiley, In American OWENSBORO, KY. Planters 15he Tho latest improved sewing machine, The FREE.givon aw5y absolutely without cost. FREE Day 4 Thursday, July 15, 3:00 P. M. is the Day and the Hour SOMEONE at in the our big demonstration on tho above date is euro to get this valuable present, and whoever that It H o one mayte, will have the beat sowing ma2flr itKWwl n . 1 (uniM-lfchine manufactured. r mwll II """"'tUI If vB A thousand dollars could buy no better, tig IUBbhIImPi for there is no better made. The time is growing short. If you have not filled out. and returned you coupon; do it Anyone who has not received a coupon ia invted to call and get one. No purchase or money consideration will be required. Come and see the machine we will gladly explain its advantages to you. I to-da- y. 11 E. P. Barnes A Bro. V TSfcrto- i- TfcwVi, wv ii sZ$i&J&&!Z3tJJ??