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The entertainment by the Ladles Club of Hnrtford Tuesday evening wus n rnre treat. It was announced that the programme was simply a sample of those given each week at the regular meetings, but many of us could not help believing some extra touches were given. The entire program was good, but the numbers 'which came In for most applause were the reading by Mrs. Wilson, the story by Mrs. Holbrook, paper by Mrs. Glenn and personation of Mrs. Newlywed by Mrs. Carson. Misses Hoolbrook and Plrtle were entertaining In music, both vocal and Instrumental. An address by Instructor U. C. Harnett Wednesday evening was well attended was nnd interesting DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1915. tho top of Ills cell door mid tlion plunging tb the narrow court below, Holt's keeper said he was positive that the prisoner was killed In his IN CAPITAL own cell, where ho said he found the body. There were many conflicting reports us to the manner In which Crank Also Shoots J.P.Mor- Holt met his death, but it was established thru Dr. Cleghorn, gan At His Home. tho jail physician that Holt died of a fractured skull. Kxplo-ln- n Is Heard. Is Frank Holt Several of those about the Jail Hald they beard nn explosion, the reot German Parentage port coming from Holt's celt. This noise, It was believed, was due to the And Has Hobby. falling of boards from tho top of the ilell-nltely Would-Be-Assassin PRE BLUNDERS BV DEMOCRATS Left Out Date to Take Effect. War Tax Law Found to Provide No Time Begin. to Jeremiah O'Bryan, tho keeper who (Jlen Cove, I.. I., July 3. Frank was detnlled to watch Holt, said he . u;M'"". , II. Ml. ..l.u niiui 1. nail fl, . . .. . .. today confessed to Police Captain'. ,. Tminey that ho attempted to bl6w up looked In the direction of the cell, Hit' sunatu wing of th capltol In but It was dark, Entering, he found Washington last night. Holt's body In a pool of blood in the Holt said after wrecking tho pub- corner. lic reception room ho took a midThe excitement that followed tho night t.-for New YorJ nnd went uolsi) brought Warden Hulse and immediately to Morgan's house. other jail authorities to the scene. An utt nipt to assaslnate J. I. Mor- District Attorney Lewis J. Smith and gan uns mado at Mr. Morgan's coun-t- r Dr. Cleghorn together with several esta-,near Glen Cove, L. I to- Constables were soon on the scene il ay and Immediately began an investiMr Morgan was shot but surgeons gation. who reached him first said he is not Dr. ('leghorn denied a report that seriously, wounded Holt hail killed himself by chewing The public reception room In the a percussion cap. lng of the capltol of the Heuate He repeated that death was caused United States was wrecked Just by a fracture at the top of the skull. midnight by an explosion. An explosion which would have rh)siclans attending J. I'lerpont blown his bead off would have folMorgan Issued bulletin declaring tho lowed an uttempt by Holt to chew a patient continues "excellent" 'and percussion cap, the- - physician said. that the bullet did not Involve any A thoro examination of Holt's cell vital organ. Doth of the shots were failed to disclose, according to tho flred by Frank Holt, Cornell uni- Jail authorities, any weapon or Imversity Instructor In German, took plements ot any kind which Holt effect In the body of J. I'lerpont Mor- could have used 'to kill himself. gan. The bullets lodged In tho reCoroner Walter R. Jones, after gion of the hip. viewing the body sattl:- Morgan's personal bravery and the "Undoubtedly u suicide, and unpromptness of Henry Fiske, Mor- doubtedly, the man Jumped. I can gan's buttlnr. It was said, probably npL.glve an otllclal version until an saved tils banker's ltotfautopsrls'performed by tho Jall'phy-'- ; Holt made a full confession declar- slclan, Dr. Cleghorn ed that tho bomb that caused tho explosion at the Washington capltol Y., July. Frank Glen Cove, N. Friday night was his work. Holt, who attempted to take the life He snl'J he planned to blow up the of J. P. Morgan, and who committed capltol as a protest against tho fall-tir- o suicide last night In the Mlneola Jail of tho United States to main- was today Identified as Erich Muent-e- r tain neutrality and then to kill Mor- the Harvard instructor, who disappeared after being indicted as the as yet murderer of his wife, Leona, In CamA confession unpublished lutimatob a plot also that Included bridge, Mass., In 1900. s the nsslnation of a distinguished man The Identification of Holt as Mucn-te- r whoso death would startle the world. came after the three men Smith, At Morgan's breakfast table was Hilller and Ilrown, had made a careSir Cecil Sprlngrlce, Hrltlsh ambas- ful examination ot Holt's body. Holt's sador to tho United States, who was teeth were carefully examined by guest nt the Morgan Smith, who stated that the gold an over-nigresidence bridge in the upper Jaw was the Henry Flske, Mr; Morgan's butler, same as the mouth of Muenter. The doubtless saved his employer from Massachusetts State detective told more serious Injury by felling tho as- the Nassau county authorities that he sailant with a blow from a coal hod was positive of the identification, and and overpowering him. Holt was that there was no question iu his locked up in tho Glen Cove Jail, and mind that Holt was the missing from his cell Issued a statement as- Muenter. serting that ho wus Impelled to go to Thomas .Miller, who lived w(th Mr. Morgan's to persuade him to Muenter, and who drove him to the stop tho shipment of munitions of railroad station tho night that Muenwar from this country and abroad. ter disappeared, was equally positive Tho attack on Mr. Morgan was that tho dead man was the Harvard staged In tho dining room of tho Instructor. Morgan home. Tho assailant, refusA. T. Drown, who had known ed admission at tho door, pressed a Muenter, after looking the body over, pistol against the butler's body and was agreed with Smith and Hilller in pushed past htm through tho their Identification. Into the dining room where Detective Smith brought with him Mr. Morgan hud Just finished break- from Doston the Dertillon measurefast, ments of Muenter, and It was found Mr. Morgan was shot through tho that they tallied In every way with xrolu. Whether ho was shot once or Holt's measurements. 4t twl1 was not made clear. Two Morrow Injured ahot's were flred by tha assassin. Ono of these shots It was reported, cut Somerset Ky., July 3. B. P. Morthrough the fleshy part ot the brepst row, who is assured ot the Republiand passed out through the arm. An- can nomination for Governor of Kenother report waa that ono of tho tucky, was injured while motoring near here yesterday afternoon. A felallots went wild. Several specialists from New York low motorist's machine had become City arrived here on H. P. Davidson's mired in- the mud when he turned to yacht this afternoon, and with physi- the side of the road to permit a cians from Oloncove, went to the wagon and team to pass, Morrow came along and took hold of a wheel, Morgan home for a consultation. Soon after Mr. Morgan was shot he which turned and caught In his right instated on having a telephone ex- hand between the spokes and Bteer-in- g rod. His right thumb was broktension brought to his side and over wire he talked with his mother, en. One ot Morrow's greatest assets the assuring her he was not dangerously Is his cordial handshake and his wounded, and telling' her she need frfends'fearhe will not beable to use not worry about his condition,. He his hand for weeksj wished her to hear the news from Notice. his own lips first. The drawing for position on the Mlneola Ny July 6. Frank Holt, primary election ballot for the varthe Cornell University professor, who ious candidates for Representative shot J. P, Morgan in his home, near and Circuit Court Clerk will tako Jlfii Cove, last Saturday, committed place, according to law, at my office la Hartford, 'Ky., Tuesday, July 13th, aulctdo In the Jail here tonight. While 'several of the Jail authori- at 2 o'clock p. m. ' CLAUDES BLANKENSHIP, ties declared that Holt killed himself Clerk Ohio County Court. by cljmblag through, the opening at I. cull. """""', f. f,, n. throughout. Last night the Common School graduates of the county vero given their diplomas, accompanied by appropriate exercises. Tho graduates number 103. The Institute will closo today. Following is the roster of Ohio County Teachers: T. M. Wright, Zoda Raymond, Artie May, Irene Ward, J. T. Hoag-lanHarriet Mldklff, C. B. Shown, Marshall Crowe, John Hamilton, Iva Ambrose, O. D. Carson, Marllssa Foster, Cora Thomasson, Delia French, E. S. .Howard, Erne3t Wilson, D. D. Moseley, Eva Hamilton, Claude Fraze, Bertha Westsrlleld, Bethel Shrader, Fred Whlttlnghlll, Alva H. Kelley, Lon Richards, Wll-lar- d Keown, Abble Wlhittlnghlll, Myrtle Mary T. Qulsenberry, Rollle Jones, Clara Smith, Iva Brown, Iman Belmany, Robert Rusher, J. W. O'Dell, M. D. Crowe, Walter Burdett, Roy Foreman, Winnie Raines, Ethel Raines, LUllo Rice, Mrs. J. N. McFerren, F. T. Shultz, Otis Stevens, V. M. Crowder, J. W. Kirk, L. C. Smith, Asa Chancellor, Eula Woosley, Mack Martin, Walter Wayne Myers, Jra, Day, G.E.-Fuqu- a, Mldklff, "o.B." Cole. Henry Leach, H. E. Brown, Otha Daniel, Lyman Barrett, Bessie Wright, Alma Hardin, Mattle Wilson, Cllfflo Felix, Het-ti- o Gllllm, Anthony Daniel, Gertrude Funk, Wems Park, J. T. Ford, Alice Taylor, Leona Duvall, W. B. Leach. Nora Kissinger, B. H. Morris, Earl Smith, Marlon Embry, Corda Nell. Jessie Byers, Arvln Leiser, Everett Llles, Nacy Crowder, Warren Stewart. Jessie Raley, L. L. Em bry. O. N. Stewart. Llllie Els-- , ler. Mrs. Mary White, Poarl Rains. Annie Robinson, Manila Crowder. Henry Bracktn, Martlno Taylor. Pearl Brown, Myrtle Turloy, Carrie Russell, Winona Stevens, Mary Sue Johnson, Nellie Johnson, Martha Elliott. Bessie Williams. S. W. Taylor Aaron T. Ross, Henry Barne-i- , N. L Ross, R. T. Steward, Mao Hazelrlgg, fldwln B. Mason. Mrs. Z. W. Mitchell, Mrs, I. S. Mason, I. S. Mason, Clova Shultz, Rhoda Williams, Bradbn, Ellis Sandorfur. Mrs. Ellis Sandertur, Nellie Plummer, Addle B. Taylor, Ruth Hunley, Audrey Grobarger, Kdlth Porter, Winnie WHson. S. P. McKlnney, Grace Shultz, J. C. Lawrence, 0. K. Car-ioEva Mrs. O. M. Withrow. s, Thompson, A. O. Ross, O. O. Anna Carter, Eunice Shultz, Mertie Lambert, Ethl Robinson, S. C. Taylor, Mrs. Alice Boskett. Res-sl- e Mason, 3. D. Boskett, Edna Bp.'I Itowenn Rowe, Alberta Rowo, Ethe; 7 owe, Annie Lee Taylor, LoU Barnes, Fount Crowe, Ava Wester fleld. Mamie Keown,, Rosa Brown, Ust'lll Howard, Morris Gentry, A. O. Baughn. d, Or-pl- m n, Wtl-llnm- Washington, D. C, July 7. Ono ot tho most vital Inexcusable errors a legislative body can commit is to pass a law containing a discrepancy In the date It shall take effect. The Democratic Congress incorporated just such a blunder In the "war ,. m tax" lav. Section 21 ot the law declares "the stamp taxes prescribed on tho articles provided for In Schedule B shall attach to all such articles thirty days after the approval of tho act.' that c. n. SMITH. To the people of the Cth. Judicial but it Is the consensus of opinion ot leading Republicans and many DemoDistrict: Iu announcing my candidacy for crats ot the District that conditions are quite favorable to the election of the office of Commonyealth's Attor- the nomiriees of the Republican party ney of the Cth. Judicial District, I de- for Com.monwealt'irs Attorney and sire to express my heartiest gratitude Circuit Judge this fall. Sharing this to numerous friends who have earn- belief and having been much encour estly solicited me to enter the race. I aged so to do I enter, heartily Into the have been singularly honored by the race. I will conduct an active and people of Ohio, the county of my na- vigorous campaign, using all honortivity, having been twice elected to able means to achieve victory In the the honored and responsible position nal election, thereby winning laruels of County Attorney, an honor con- not heretofore won In the District, ferred on no other In the last quarter a victory for the party and the elecIn view ot which it tion of Commonwealth's Attorney. of a century. Whlle.seeklng political preferment is Indeed gratifying to be encouraged tp become a candidate for the .more ot my, owy party In becoming a office, ,1 am not un honorable and 'responsible position of Commonwealth's Attorney of a large mindful of the kindly encouragement and populous District by those who and assurances of support by many have been closely associated with ot my Democratic friends, andlfwhen and most caroful observers of my re- the Ides ot November come, we shall have won the trophy, I shall employ cord during the flvo and one-ha- lt years of my official life, as well as my best efforts to merit and maintain many from all parts ot the county the confidence reposed In me by tho people of the district and to render and District. The District which comprises the them valliant service. Very truly, counties of Ohio Daviess, Hancock C. E. SMITH. and McLean, Is normally Democratic, bo-fo- Schedule B Itself, however, provides that "all articles and preparations provided for which aro in the' hands of manufacturers or dealers on December 1, 1914, shall be subject to the payment of the stamp taxes therein," etc. The two provisions are absolutely contradictory. When the Treasury Department came to enforce the law It was unable to harmonize tho two conflicting dates. Congress had adjourned and It was Impossible to cor- - , rect the blunder by proper legislative action. A forced interpretation was the only alternative. The Department ar- - . bltrarlly fixed the date of enforco- - f ment, virtually assuming a function - that lveg.edpnljrJo.tUe bo'dy. "" POSSUM HUNTER . ANNUAL MEETING OHIO CO. TEACHERS ht MAKES CONFESSION Spinks Tells Story by Sheriff. Wayne Spinks who, until a few days ago was In Jail under indictment charged with the whipping of Rubu Howard and wife, has made a coui-oleconfession to the court officials Howard and his wife wore most bur-tall- y beaten on the night ot June 1?. near their home on the Roslne :oad about seven miles from town. Huv-ar- d ran a little store on the road and it was also partly wrecked. No cause has ever been assigned for this brutal outrage. We have seen the remnants ot tho switches, which were no ordinary ones, but hard seasoned timber, at least eight or ten feet longorl-glonallbut now worn and splintered until only two or three feet of them remain to tell the brutality ot the crime. They were trlmed with sharp, protruding spikes left where the smaller branches had been cut away. Immediately after Spinks told his story, warrants were Issued for too folowlng men who were placed uuder arrest by Sheriff S. O. Keown and hts deputy, S. A. Bratcher, Ep Robt. Daugherty, Henry Likens, Evert Peach, Henry Wright, Jess Ashford and Les'Ashford. Spinks has given bond. There are rumors ot other confessions and much uneasiness exists among the former regulators who are now themselves In a fair way to be regulated by the law. te y, er, Wayne Splendid Work And Large At- The whole subject of financial'lcg-- , islation seems to have been a fatal stumbling block to the Democrats. While they have blundered in scores of other Important measures, this tea deucy has been specially emphasized in every statute dealing with the receipt or expenditure ot monoy to conduct the affairs of government. The last Congress passed three laws notably designed to raise money, first, the tariff law; second, tho Income tax law; and third, the "war tax." Jt Is significant that tho revenues from each fell short of tbo amount needed, thereby contributing1 to the treasury a deficit, and has lod to a mass of expensive litigation because the legislative intent could be determined only by judicial interpre- Jeism.,. ..., . , , tation. Militia Encunipment. Seven Others Arrested tendance At Institute. The Ohio County Teacher's Insti- For the information of tho many Ohio County people who wish to visit the camp, of the Ky. troops at July 15 to 23, the following brief schedule Is given: Thursday July 15 the troops will arrive and establish camp. Company drill only. Friday The company as a unit will be instructed in physical drill, signaling and deployment under all conditions and circumstances of formation. Saturday Close order drill; extended order drill. Normal attack. Intrenching ot war. Tactical walk for officers, tute met in Hartford Monday morning and was called to order at the hall--wuji- - Christian Church by Supt. Shults. The devotional exercises were conducted by Rev. B. W. Napier, of the Methodist church. Supt. Shults was elected chairman and Miss Eunice Shults secretary. The welcome address was delivered by Attorney A. D. Kirk and was responded to by Prof. N. L. Ross. Both speeches were In a happy vein. It was roon discovered that the church would prove too small for all the meetings and by a large majority the Institute voted to hold at the College Hall, which had been tendered the Institute, through Supt. Shults by Hartford School Board ten days before, when It was learned that owls to a very heavy County and Quarterly Court docket the court house With Its would not be available. splendid modern equipments the College building Is proving a very satisfactory place for holding the sessions. The Instructor, Prof. U, C. Bennett a former Ohto county boy, but for many years a teacher Jn Arkansas, Is giving' "entire satisfaction. Prot. Barnett has been Supt. ot schools at Dermott, Ark., for eight years besides filling the position ot High School Prlnclpakat, his home town. He seems to have a good grasp on the duties of the position and his talks are timely and to the point on all subjects. Tax Notice. The address by Prof. McHenry I have received the tax boks and you can pa yyour taxes by calling at Roads Monday night, was a very scholarly production and was enthe office. joyed by those who heard It. It S. Q. KEOWN, S. O. C. 62tt at retreat, regimental parade CONCORD. Singing at this place Is progressing nicely undor Mr. Joe July 6. Park's instructions. i Muster Yewell J on a, of Is visiting his grand parents, Mrs. Allen a few months. Miss Mary Newbolt, ot Hartford, Is visiting the Misses Jones. Jones, who has Miss Elizabeth been on the sick list, la improving. Mr. R. E. Carter, of Prossor, Washington, Is visiting his nephew, Mr. A. A. Carter. Mr. Charley Berry lost a very nice cow Sunday evening. Misses. G ola Ccll, Hattlo Allen, Lula Sullenger, Bessfe Thomas, Mrs. Ethyl Wallace 'and Clalra Sullenger, Messrs. Alfred Wallace, Frank SulFor Sale. lenger, .Leonard Wallaco, Arnold One good work mule. Call or ad- Wallace, Oswald Hocker and Finis to High dress. Wallace went on a plc-ntE. C. GORMAN, View Sunday and all had quite a de62t4 Beaver Dam, Ky. lightful time. Madison-vllle, c. by Third Kentucky. Sunday Parade, Inspection and review as directed by Gen. Williams. Monday Battalion drill. Pitching shelter tents. Rear guard action in country adjacent to camp. Parade by 1st. Intt. Tuesday Fire direction, control and discipline. Battalion and Regimental drill. Brigade parad" and review in the city of .Owensboroj Wednesday Brigade will assemble and leave for march in the ''enemy's country," going into bivouac on the night ot the 21, near Bon Harbor. Thursday Mimic battle will ba fought between one regiment Iu a select position and the other two attacking. Practice march returning to camp. Friday Fleld exercises: Breaklug camp aud entraining tor home. '' rim,i,.Tr MTBffli rraat "iinmnrii.,-- , .,i.i S3Sag. PW iluPWIwApiWha .... ia.wjiii'iit'wiitaitWIJgWWr'Wl('j'IWpJ SIDELIGHTS ON THE PREPARING FOR Willi Pow-- , ' i THE ENCAMPMENT Many A:trcct!ons to be Offered Visitors During Encamp- ment. Italy May Have New erful Invention. Over the Russian Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest If you had a machine that you could opernta at n good profit day In and duy out, would you npt count as a loss tho time It stood Idle? Your money Is t T T Superiority of Austrian Artillery at Przemysl Described. Scientists, military men and of the tuitions at war all hac tholr eyes upon Italy just now. Germany and Austrl'i are watching with nnxlety, while the French, English. Russians and Delglans arc waiting with eagerness for Italy to sprln? what may bo the greatest surprise of the present war, If not of warfare for all timp. What the7 are looking for is the experiadvent of the trrrible ments which Just on the eve of the great conflict startled the entire world. In tiro events of the last three weeks some observers claim that the rny already has made Itself apparent. One was the sudden and terrific explosion 3f the arsenal at Trieste thf day aftr war was declared, and the second was the destruction by explosion June 12 of one of the strongest fortifications In connection with the defense of Trent. stripped of its mys For the ray of the tery, is the infra-re- d hpectrum projected by wireless, hurl- ed through the air with the speed of llghtninc. contact with which Instant-- 1 Iy fires all of the explosives within sol-dlrs y, ' JOHX H. Han. John H. Thomas, who writes "Beads Oddly Strung" for the Sun and which has attracted wide and a favorable comment, is making winning fight for the Republican nomination In the Senatorial district compose(i 0f the counties of Ohio, Sutler ami Muhlenberg. Mr. Thomas ranee. has been a long and faithful party Its inventor, or rather, the man WOrker, always in the trenches in who hag first applied this ray to mill- - ti,e past. He was connected with tary purposes, Is Sig. Gullio Ulivl, an ' Committee, jast State campa-gItalian scientist and engineer. Just m charge of the press bureau, and before var was declared, in a demon- - has a number of times managed bt ration witnessed by the King of Itnly and members of the Italian General Staff, he exploded five weight of metal and had turned the bombs in the Tiber from a distance heignts into an inferno that human nerve could not stand. of five miles. "Firing from a ditance of nine In these experiments, which were centimeter guns, witnessed by thousands of Italians mile3 the forty-tw- o from a distance, the bombs were es- -' with credldable accuracy, and thirty pecially prepared with a firing charge centimeter guns placed shell after that the wireless spark would ignite, shell that effected the trenches and At that time Sig. Ulivl declared that threw up high craters. The edges of he was working upon a device that j these craters often overlapped, and would raake it possible to explode many were used for graves. One ammunition magazines at any dls-- 1 contained twenty Russians. An without the necessity of pre-- cer told me that at Gorlice COO maa and Austrian gun3 concentrated charges for that purpose. The great difficulty in the way of on the Russian position and kept up the use of the ray at that time as an a rapid fire for more than two hours. "I have seen the effect of big guns riiglne o: warfare lay in the fact that the wireless rays could not be con- in Belgium and in front of Rhelms trolled, and were just as llablo to ex- and was present at artillery duels In plode the magazines of Its employers the Argonne, In East Prussia and on the Rawka, near Warsaw, but never as those of the enemy. Sig. Ulivl declared that he could saw anything like the wholesale overcome this handicap and would be .laughter from the Are of heavy guns Against able to focus the rays directly upon at Tarnow and Przemysl. the object to be attacked. When the ths the Russians were helples3, the arsenal at Trieste blew up the news , effect of their own artillery on the dispatches declared that it probably German positions appearing like pin-wForts 10 and doDe by Italians In Trieste. The pricks In comparison. Austrlars must have believed this to 11 and the connecting vorks received big have been the case, because they ex-- ; ho concentrated fire from the the guns. ecutcd about fifty Italians on "Coming Into Przemysl I passed charge of conspiracy. and two huge In the explosion of the fort near two skoda forty-tvo- s Trtnt, June 12, the reports declared cannon, apparently twenty or twenty-fiv- e feet long, of the coast defense that the Austrlans had blown It up. Italian type, mounted on trucks drawn by These reports came from Immense motor traction engines. sources. "One 42 shell struck the edge of Italians In this country discount the reports. They merely nod their the turret in Fort No. 10. The reheads aad shrug their shoulders. sultant explosion threw the huge arYou cannot convince them but what mor plate top of the turret fifty feet away, wrecked the turret and shatterdid the work. the Of co'irfeo Italy wouldn't admit ed six feet of cement walls, which that the ray was responsible. Ger- were then stormed by one company d the of Bavarians. Big shells tore huge man scientists, who ray in the beginning, might get busy gaps Into the barbed wire entanglend find a way of defeating Its ef- ments. One shell landed back of the fort, Its force tearing out two large fectiveness. There is a hint from the British, tree3 by the roots. A too, that Germany herself already Is shell landed In the trenches of the using tl wireless for a similar pur second line defense back of Fort No. pose, as witness the blowing up of the 10, amid a group of Russians. TwenIn a Bulwark and an ammunition ship In ty men were killed Instantly. approximately the same spot in the redoubt to the left of Fort No. 10 I British docks. There was an interval stumbled over several dead in a dark Around .Forts Nos. 11 of months between the two disasters, bombproof. but it is now believed that fixed ex- and 10 the dead were lying In small plosive charges were placed In the groups." mt magazine of the Bulwark and among cargo of the ammunition ship. the Traveling Mun's Experience. The charges were fired by wireless, "In tlietsummer of 18S8 I had a the supposition being by a German very severe attack of cholera morjpy. bus. Two physicians worked over Hut If Italy really has harnessed mo from four a. m. to 0 p. m. withand begins to use It freely out giving me any relief and then the you can gamble that the war is go- told me they did not expect me to ing to be short. live; that I had best telegraph for The superiority of the Austrian my family. Instead of doing so, I over that of the Russians ac- gave the hotel porter fifty cents and counted for the retaking of Przemysl, told him to buy me a bottlo of Chamaccording to Karl von Welgand, staff berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dcorrespondent of the New York iarrhoea Remedy, and take no subWorld, who entered the fortress with stitute. I took a double dose acforces. He writes: cording to the directions and went the Austro-Germa- n "Reaching the girdle of forts, to sleep after the second dose. At which was adjoined by redoubts ami five o'clock the next .morning I was trenches, we saw a repetition of the called by my order and took a train terrible effect of Germau and Aus for my next stopping point, a well trian heavy artillery, as at Tarnow. man but feeling rather shaky from On the heights of Tarnow the German the severity ot the attack," writes and Austrian artillery had simply II. W. Ireland. Louisville, Ky. Obcrushed in the Russian (rout with the tainable everywhere. m . . i afli-utn- ee Ger-parias ay pooh-poohe.y n The exhibition will be given nt the fair grounds as planned, nccordlng to the agreement reached on Saturday morning be- 'tween the officers of tho Owensboro Chamber of Commerce and tho Daviess County Fair Association. When the time for the trial of the Injunc- Hon suit arrived, the fair association proposed an ngreement by which they would dismiss their complaint ngalnst the racing on the fair grounds track and upon 1(3 accep-- , tiince Judge Birkhcnd was notified that the suit would bo withdrawn and the two organizations would work together for the success of the encampment nnd nil of the entertainments that have been planned to be held In connection with It. Work Is already In progress In the fair grounds for the encampment of tho militia of Kentucky July and an Increased force will be put to wrok tomorrow morn THOMAS. campaigns In Ohio county where ho ing in order to complete and have In 13 ixcoedlngly popular with the rank readiness all the equipment for the ard fi!e as well. In fact he Is the greatest encampment ever held In overwhelming choice of his home Kentucky by next The first detail of troops will ar county, which, under a long established rule, is to furnish" the nomi- rite Monday night, July U. and b In this district a nvon of the 1.1th the entire orga.il-e- c nee this time. t.cmlr.atlon is equivalent to election, militia of Kentucky will be in camp nnd Mr. Thomas' friends are already on the Daviess county fair grounds. Capt. Easton R. Gibson. 19th V S congratulating him on his election to the Senate, where he is sure to Infantry, and Inspector-Instructmake a splendid record and bring will arrive In Owensboro tomorrow honor to his district as well as faith- to assbt Secretary Cox and t' A ful earnest service to his State. Ky. Payne, Jr.. in the work of fitting ur S'-- n. the camp. Advertisement. Wealth of Attraction- - Planned. The various manucvers upon tin New Oil Development'. part of the soldiers and the many In During tne early months of 1914 terestlng features added by th field' activity was rather marked in Chamber of Commerce and C A Kentucky and embraced 16 counties Payne, Jr., in the way of concessions in its scope. With the downward tend- airship and balloon ascensions, and ency of the petroleum market in the the thrilling auto and aeroplann racf Barney Oldflelr summer, however, operations particu- between dare-deviThompson will larly of the wildcat typo, were greatly and encampment one curtailed and new work was confined make the nine-da- y for the most part to areas wher drill- ot tne greatest events tn Kentuck ing costs very relatively low ?n i haz- and an epoch in the history of Ow ards reducad to a minimum. The ex- ensboro. The soldiers will not hi tent of the wildcat campaign inspired disappointed In the completneas ol by the high prices prevailing in I 'J J". the camp arrangements, and tin and the early part of 1911 Is Indicat 'thousands of people visiting Owens-ed In the well record for the later boro during the encampment will year, which shows, in a total of 17S fml smnly repaid for their coming wetl3 completed, o5 total failures, or and will go away with pleasant recolnearly 31 per cent. Of the remaining lections of the Kentucky militia en123 wells completed 4 yeilded gas and campment 1n Owensboro. The M;i!:.u I'n Rrnrn. 113 oil. The total Initial dailly proThe following list of service calh duction credited to the oil wells is barrels, or an average of a little and schedule of duty Is ordered foi the encampment. over 13 barrels to the well. Tt schppie of the most Important First call. 5:30 a. ra. March 5:40 a. m. developments ot the year In Kentucky Reveille, 5:44 a. m. where the prowad Alien county, Assembly and roll call, 5:45 a. m. ductive area about Petroleum and Rodemer was extended several miles Mess call, 5:50 a. m. General Police of camp, 0:20 a. m. northward to the vicinity of Scotts-vlll- e Sick call, 6:30 a. m. and a number of wells averagFirst call for drill or exercise, C:50 ing 20 barrels a day on Initial appearance were completed. Whether the a. m. Assembly, 7 a. m. discoveries near Scottsvllle represent First sergeant's call, 11:45 a. m. an extension of the Rodemer pool or Mess call, 12 noon. disclose the presence of a new one Guard mounting, 4: 50 p. m. has not yet been determined. Assembly for guard mounting, 5 Oil and gas In Kentucky are delivered I'om layers of s'U'dsfone and p. m. Mess call, 5:30 p. m. doloraltic limestone occuring at varFirst call for retreat or evening positions in the range of strata ious Included between the "Calclferous" parade, 6 p. m. Assembly, 6:10 p. m. limestone of the Cambrian system Adjutants' call (batalllon), 6:15 and the top of the Pottsvlllo group of the Pennsylvania!! (upper Carbon- p. m. Adjutants' call (regimental), 6:20 iferous) series. The oils of the State range In color p. m. Tattoo, 9 p. m. from green to amber, and with the Call to quarters, 10:45 p. m. produced in exception ot heavy oil Taps, 11 p. in. the Ragland pool, average above 35 Baume In gravity. Olrffield-Thompsopro-pari15-2- 3, I j I l ls I 1 1,-5- 03 a good money-makin- g mnclitfnc. Invested In our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It earns Interest every day of the week, every week ot tho month and every month of tho year. Remember, we give you absolute security and pay you tho best rate of Interest. Central Trust Cor. Company ltd and I'redcrlra. 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Dealers t Write or wir for agency proposition VJr-tim- Kenton Motors Co. 2l2S3S? -- m INEW I AGENCY? t have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording t Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, INSURANCE Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, E. E. BIRKHEAD, -- - note that contrary to general opinion, the timothy seed retained Uh vitality somewhat better than either red clover or alslke. For red clover the average germination of twenty-fou- r Huiuples one year after the harvest was 97 per cent, while ten years after 444444-4 4j....... 11 JL Hartford, Ky. j . i wncn in Louisvuie STOP AT . I ll i 5 Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. "About two years ago I had a severe attack of diarrhoea which last ed for over a week," writes W. C. Jones, Buford, N, D. "I became so weak that I could not stand upright. A druggist recommended Chamber-Iain'- s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The first dose relieved me and within two days I was as well as m ever. Obtainable everywhere. Constipation Causes Mont Ills. Accumulated waste In your thirty feet of bowels causes absorption of poisons, tends to produce fevers, upsets digestion. You belch gas, feel stuffy, Irritable, almost cranky. It Isn't you It's your condition. 'Eliminate this poisonous waste by taking one or two of Dr. King's New Life Pills tonigWt. Enjoy a full, free bowel movement fn the morning you feel so grateful. Get an original bottle, containing 36 pills, from y 3 for 25c. your Druggist to-da. of smell and completely derange tho whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never bo used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damugo they will do Is ten fold to the good you ran possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo, Ohio., by F, J. Cheney & Co. free. Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per bottle. Take lull's Family Fills for constipation. as mercury will surely destroy the Beware of 'Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury bciiso only 44 per cent was capable of gersamples ono mination of twenty-fou- r year after harvest was 98 per cent and ten years after 45 per ceir, ir a loss of 4S per cent dunni; that period. For oats the average of the ISO samples first tested was 95 per cent. while the average of 15G when ten, years old was still i)" per cent. Is ECRERT'S 5th Avemiew Hotel FRANK ECKERT, Prop. H.H..ECKERT,Mgr. $1 Up, 8lcknes A Hln? European Plan Longevity of Some Conunon SeeUw. A report of some Canadian experiments .g'vjea results of germination tests of seeds, of timothy, red ctover and alstkeclover, that had "been stored for ten years, and ot oats that had been stored for thirteen years. For timothy It was found that the averagu germination of the twenty-fiv- e samples one year after harrvest was 95 I per cent; was Ave years after the average 90per cent; after that, however, CASTORIA .'. . Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S a steady loss ot vitality was shown', although at the end of ten years un average germination ot 54 per ceut was still shown. It Is interesting to If not, It's wicked to neglect nnd means ot relief. It's wicked to endure Liver Ills, Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, when ono We Knock the Spots Out of Things is Podophyllln dose of (May Apple), h without the gripe. It arouses the Liver, increases tho flow of' bile Nature's antiseptic .in the Bowels. Your Constipation and oth- French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a because er tils disappear over-nigSuperior Manner. has helped Nature to re- Send us your Garments and Have move the cause. Get a bottle from Them your Druggist Oct rid ot 3 jour Constipation overnight. CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and delivered,,. neuuty Mort Than Skin Deep. A beautlfud wpman. always has THE ELITE PRESSING CLUI If your digestion Is good digestion. A, Iv fiajt, prop. faulty, Chamberlain's Tablets will do everywhere, m you good. Obtainable HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Ladies' and Men's Garments ht y. , a half million men nt t!c cmm&n 1 of Wet nnil Dry. The Evpnlug Post, whose cdltoral the republic, stay out of this WRr, m why claim rrent credit in behalf of columns protest so vigorously nt the any nation of this hemisphere, far candidacy of Mr. McCliesney, anil nil removed from the war area, with abother ultrn dry candidates for Gover- solutely nothing at stake In the connor, paints a "box picture" on Uh test, nnd utterly unprepared for wnr, front page, bringing out the names of for not committing tho unimaginable u few liquor men lu Kentucky who Imbecility of thrusting Itself Into the were In attendance at tho Lexington fight? Under its heading: Liconvention. quor Men Prominent in Republican A.VXOLWGEMKXTS. Affairs," It states that among those present were "Lawrence Itclchcrt, For Stale Treasurer. representing tho Frank Fehr Brewing Wo are authorized to announce Company of Louisville; John Klocker the Wiedemann Brewing Company, HON. H. L. MOOKE, of Crittenden of Newport; Dick Dehoucy, repre- county, a candidate for the Repubsenting Herrmann Brothers, whole- lican nomination for Stnte Treasurer, sale liquor dealers anil distillers, of General Primary election August 7, 11 Bcaringi Louisville, Edmund Taylor, of E. II.' 1915. Loc Wearing Tuylor &. Sons, distillers, of FrankFor Circuit Judge. fort, last winter, nud their leader upTHE INSTALLATION We are authorized to announce II. on (he lloor; Wood (3. Diintup, of the Old Pepper Distillery, of Lexington. W. SLACK, of Daviess County, a Out of theh six gentlemen nnmed candidate for the Republican nomiby tho Post as representing the li- nation for Circuit Judge, Sixth Juquor Intcrestn nt Lexington, four arc dicial district. General primary elecknown Democrats, one Is a Republi- tion Aug. 7, 1915. can, nnd the other an independent. The Posts knows them, and knows We are authorized to announce IB invariably followed by tlie discovery tKat of their activities in the liquor busi JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford. (or ribbons are much Ices than bethe tills No doubt it knows, just how n8 a candldato for- the nomination ness fore. A large corporation recently found far these men went at Howling Green ror jU(ge of the Sxth j,ncial Dis-la- st that its ribbon expense was cut in two. year when the Beckham forces trjct( subject to the action of the This is not an accident. It t the result of "put one over" on tho drys In Ken- - Democratic party at the State y, and bargained for the wet mary the first Saturday In August, the mechanical construction that makes the !l915. vote In Louisville. L. C. Smith & Bros, cheapest to maintain. The Post Knows, no doubt, just The ball bearings give light touch ana eliminate how far these Democratic representaWo are authorized to announce pounding impact. The ribbon is actuated by the tives of the liquor Interests went HON. T. F. BIRKHEAD, a candidate carriage, not the typebar. The ribbon mechanism several times to defeat the county for the Democratic for u automatic, to that the ribbon reverses at the inunit law at Frankfort, when It was Circuit Judge lu this, nomination Judi- the Sixth the end is reached and without added e train. trant supported by the Republican memclal district. General Primary elec- -, bers of both Houses. The Post t Low ribbon cost, low cost of maintenance and Ion August 7, 1915. knows also that these men were ofthe luchctt efficiency these are guaranteed to ten on the ground In Louisville last L. C. Smith & Dros. utcrs. For Coiiiiiioiiwcnltli'.s Attorney. venr when Mr. Haly, Mr. Rhea and DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKING We are authorized to announce Mr. Terrell were In the management of Mr. Heckham'u campaign and bar- LAWRENCE P. TANNER, of Owens-bor- o. L. C. SMITH BROS. TYPEWRITER C? Ky., a candidate for the nomigaining for the liquor vote of Ken Heme Offic anJ Factory, SYRACUSE. N. Y. nation for Commonwealth Attorney tucky r&cli in All Pnoaptl Cltltt Why didn't the Evening Post give of .the Sixth Judicial District, sub 414 Main Street CINCINNATI, OHIO. file public the benefit of that infor- ject to the action of the Democratic Why didn't that "official party at the State Primary the first mation? organ of Democracy" draw box pic- Saturday in August, 1915. EL tures on the front page of its columns of Col. Frank McCrath's saloon, and We are authorized to announce inform the people of this State just BEN D. RINGO, of Owensboro, Ky., who inhabited It from day to 'day n candidate for the nomination for lu the interest of Kentucky Demo- Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth 1 cracy. Judicial District, subject to the action ,. No doubt It could have found some of the Democratic party at the State " af the gentlemen named on its front Primary the first Saturday in The first bath room which I am eiven of last week, and unless the gust, 1915. contract, provided same is made within word of their apostles is to be disputed, several of the leaders of that the next month. If in need of other build- For State Senator. great "Party of the Sahqrra" could U be found last year day after day In We are authorized to announce ing material see me. JOHN II. THOMAS, of Ohio County, Jlrect communication with Col. a candidate for State Senator, 7th B at his saloon down at Seventh Senatorial District, composed of and York. Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler counCol. McGrath is the Democratic ties. General primary election Aug. leader in Louisville; is a saloon-kee- p 7, 1915. er, and it's a bum saloon at that, but The Evenlrlg Post falls to give to the announce We such the benefit J public It saw fit toif do so Informa- HON. are authorized to of Beaver WE HAVE IT ALBERT LEACH, tion. "several LY1D M1UW irtvrnn vnMi T moons ago," but times have changed. Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Sena'Brother John Knott" Is a member of tor In the 7th Senatorial District comFOR THE CARPENTER prised of the counties of Ohio, Buthe Board of Public Works, The FOR THE OWNER. Muhlenberg. Republican Post Is the ofllclal organ of a ler and Doors, Colnmns, Windows. Send us wet party in tho city of Louisville primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. Sash, and a dry party out In the state; your list for our Lowest Price. blowing hot and cold, or anything to For State Representative. defeat the Republican party. We are authorized to announce We cannot help how many Demo- W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs preFORDSVILLE PLANING A1ILL COMPANY cratic liquor dealers may nave look- cinct, a candidate for the Republicinturpuraicu ed on at the Lexington convention, an nomination for Representative of WIlMOn, M(!r. PORbsVILLE, KY. T where tho funera ofl tho Democracy Ohio county. Primary election Satwas surely preached, and we do hope urday, Aug. 7, 1915. that the Republican party will not ho blamed for three train loads of Wo are authorized to announce mo in raking up that stuff to spring beer that passed through Lexington L. L. EMBRY a candidate for the Another Answer to Tlnsley on me when everyone U Ohio county on that day euroute from St. Louis Republican nomination for RepresMcHenry. Ky., Juno 25.1915. you will al- knuw it. Doesn't that show his relig- to Newport News for export ship- entative from Ohio County. General Editor Hupulillcnn: If ion and he la sore because everyone ment. Kentucky Sun. primary election Aug. 7, 1915. low mo space in your valuable paper huscn't got tho same kind he has and uromlMO thats the reason why I try fur just these few Hues I'll not to be- Heiiellted by Clmuiuerlulii'N Liniment For Circuit Court Clerk. story, because I not to bother you unymore, becauso lieve this hell-fir- e "Last winter I used Chamberlain's We are authorized to announce n man litis got but little to do to lulk don't want George to go there. Liniment for Rheumatic pains, stiff- OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for like Geo. Tlnsley back to a bone-hea- d Hut If its a reality, lies a goner ness and soreness of the knees, and the Republican nomination for Cirof Simmons, Ky. George says I dis- and he won't need no fishing tacklo :nn conscientiously say that I never cuit Court Clerk at the general pripose of a future punishment with an nor gum boots when ho gets there used anything that did me so much mary election Aug. 7, 1915. imunglnary epltlph thats just what and the crown he talks so much about good." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y. his, religion is, Imaginary, because I will be about the size of a gum cap. Obtainable everywhere. m We are authorized to announce nffftr heard of anything good he ever He says that people don't know me as CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the Trite But Untrue. did and unfortunately for htm, If he well as he does and they don't know Republican nomination for "President Wilson has kept us out Court Clerk-o-f Ohio County, Circuit was called to meet his maker ho has him like I do. I'll relate an incident General not friends enough In Simmons to that took place at McHenry Mines of the European war for eleven primary election August 7, 1915. put him away. And I want It under-Bto- and let the reader bo tho judge who months," says the Indianapolis News. By the same logic Grant kept us that I haven't fallen out with I was lu a condition to know the most. We are authorized to announce war, all the Gospel Preachers, its just such , One night I was drunk, but I was not out of the Franco-Prussia- n WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate kept us out of the Balkan venom squlrters as George Tlnsley getting any pay for It, this saint from tor the Republican nomination for that I won't listen to. Ab for me Simmons Ky., was nlghtwatchlng at war with any and all of which we Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. telling the negro the value of a dollar McHenry Mines and It seems (to get had just as much legitimately to do General Primary August 7, 1916. thats some more of his religion. He something for nothing) ho was sleep- us with the present European war. got that habit from Ananias, and ho ing on the company's time and burn- But nobody thought that was a very We are authorlzet to announce can't help It. As for preachers com- ed a boiler up for the company, and difficult job at the time. Hhis claim, often made, gives the CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss preing to meto tell them what to preach, wanted the miners to keep him on the don't do It for I don't care what they job. Hut lie got let out. Now, who American people too little credit. The cinct, a candidate for the Republican preach they are not going to get it would have thought that George fact Is that there has not been a ttme nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County. General Primary down me. Do you get me George? would have done that, and if anyone since tho European war began when Saturday, August 7, 1915. I am of tho opinion that he was doubts this ask E. P. Rogers or Mr. any President not a nut or a knave could have dragged' the American some of his pol-so- n Salesberg, of Central City. going put to preach We are authorized to announce people Intb this war. There isn't the dope and because tho people have Now Georgo go on with that stuff sllghest excuse for our butting in, ANDREW THORPE.of McHenry a quit praying for It he has got sore. you learned at Stonoy Point school No George, when the dear people house, but this is all from me, your there isn't the sllghest desire even lu candidate for the Republican nominapay you to preach it will be when eyes are too close together to talk Europe to draw us in, not one man tion for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio they can't entertain them at Lakeland right. If you write any more, put it in a thousand in the United States County. General Primary election 'August 7, 1915. .tad Hopkinsvllle, and as far as being in the Are and people won't know wants this country in, and there hasn't been the slightest danger of Itopenly confess my guilt. ypu are loose. a drunkard our getting In except in the ImaginaWe are authorized to announce S. But haven't drank for seven years, JIOBEIIT OWENS. tion of the sensationalists and the P. McKINNEY, of Beaver Dam, as say even while I was drunk but will emotionalists. a candidate for the nomination for I considered myself his superior 'in It little Switzerland,- - encircled by Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the evgjy respect and the Angles and the . the combatants, and with her future action of the Democrats of Ohio peWfle will bear me, out in this. , FPU FUTCHjEr at stake,. perhaps, in the outcomeof county, at the General, Primary elec:$0w 'dear' reader,, do you think that .., the war, can,, with a trained army of tion, August 7, isXeT Wte$j'e4a christian spirit toward. 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It Is not, however, a matter for ns M'CHESNEi ANSWERS Brt.fnl, cIami, M"nr1tti to Ky., nf tcnll lw at 1)1. ritofflii nMtr til tbr irimirt C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor Addraw all communications (foe H&rUord Republican. to BohwrllHUT MldrMW NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS detrlnt tt t'l'TMt.t to n tr mnt pItc the old mldtw Id mtikliiK th iwituwt. lint iud re llrwlww Local nd Notice 10c por line tor riwta nrtdltloniil Inwrtlon. nnd Curd (it Think r: Oliltnarloi, por Una. inonrjr In advance. CJinrrb Notice tor eervlre" tree, lint other ndvertlfenif tit. .V fft line. will receive no communication Anooymoo tr ttontlon saw belongs to Terro And when they were the Federal Court for FRIDAY, JULY 0. they engaged Mr. Stanchief attorney. It tvlll be noted that Mr. Bryan "The horrible rottenness of the has not yet denied that "one term" case and the result, of the trial are story. matters of history. With his clients In the Federal Penitentiary, where r "Wonder If In the excitement of the they were long overdue, and his big times Germany could have forgotten pocket, Mr, Stanley comes fee in his that we wrote last. back to Kentucky, nnd with the liInk quor Interests at his back parades Now let everybody get busy and over the State criticizing me because work for the good roads meeting for a small public service company pays Hartford Saturday, July 17th. me $20 to attend to Its taxation matters for a year. I concede that s. The Evening Post speaks of the every criminal has the right to emwhich Ticket Republican State ploy a lawyer to defend him even was "nominated in Lexington." This the Torre Haute knaves had this is about as near right as Its claims right; but I am not willing to conReJJyit the convention was whiskey cede that the lawyer who finds this class of practice to his liking shall pose as a censor on the ethics of the The Louisville Evening Post conprofession. tinues to misrepresent and rant about "This is the same Mr. Stanley that the Republican State platform, safe, voted Henderson County against the because its crowd will not let a Demcounty unit plank In the platform ocrat platform be made. Funny, convention at Louisville four years how an "Independent" paper can get ago, and tried to Induce McLean to te the boss of the Democratic County delegation to bolt its dry inparty in Kentucky on such short nostructions and vote wet; he is the tice. same Mr. Stanley that voted against n bill in Congress, the That was a fine start toward good nnd who now loudly proclaims himroade made at Beaver Dam last Frl-daself a temperance man. With deDo not let the ardor cool. It feat staring them in the face, tbe li- tucky to get out of the rutB and mud business of every good citizen Jti the quor interests and their candidates boles. of Ohio County to help in this matare growing desperate, hence Mr. The meeting was called to order by ter. It cannot be the work of one Stanley's Bowling Green outbreak" Dr. S. D. Taylor who made a very apof men. .man or a small number propriate and sensible talk in outEvery man can do something'. Every The Sugar Tariff "Iniquity." lining the objects of the meeting. An one bas a duty to perform in the The Milwaukee (Wis.) Journal in- auto precession and music by the good cause. The Only Solution. sists that tbe Tariff on sugar is an Taylor Mines, brass band furnished "If the Democrats would carry out iniquity auc has bij'rayed whoi; sec- a prelude to the meeting. Tie crime of Holt should call up Immediately tions of the country. It rises to conDr. J. O. McKlney was" chosen for renewed consideration the ques- the suggested plan of beginning a revision of the Tariff up- clusions through an editorial of the President and Editor Heber Mathews tion of limiting foreign immigration. against a threatened New Orleans Item, which argues that Secretary of the Association for one HcJ Jjf only one of many cranks in ward to guard protills country, who have come in at the deficit, thus giving a measure of they the Government better agitate the year. continuance of the Tariff on sugar On motion the Chair appointed open door. Probably be could tection to American industries, wide peo- to cover the growing deficit in the Judge J. B. Wilson, Dr. A. D. Park not bave been kept out by any sort might find some favor among the at educational test, but be might ple, but otherwise the only solution national pockctbook. Says the Item: and C. M. Barnett a committee to here been sent back on a rigid phy- of the business situation, in my opin- "If we in Louisiana take this matter nominate an executive committee. They reported the following names sical test. We ought to have both. ion, is the election of a Republican seriously and agitate strongly enough If Holt is crazy he has been In that Congress and President next year," we can have the Tariff duty on sugar and their report was adopted: Hartford, Dr. E. W. Ford; condition for years. The past few said Thomas J. Hayes, of Oswego, extended for a period of five years Watt Taylor; Cromwell, months have proven clearly what we manufacturer of knit goods, at Wash- and when five years have passed may expect from thousands who have ington. "There is no effort among l we can take the matter up again." Dr. Oscar Allen; Sulphur Springs, J. nought fredom and shelter in the manufacturers In that section of New The Journal replies to this: "The Ellis Mitchell; Fordsvllle. Charley "land of the free. They come to York from New York City to Buffalo Item and its fellow Democrats; at Miller; Bartlett's, B. W. Taylor; Clarence Raley, Rockport, Urey our shores to avoid oppression and to conceal the condition of business. least they stylo themselves so. They to better their opportunities for liv- Many factories are closed, and thous- are willing to see the Iniquities cut Hayden. This committee Is made up ing. In any contest between this ands of men and women are out of out of the Tariff when it Is not par- of one member from each Magisterial ticular iniquity that fills Louisiana district and the County President Is country and their nativity, they are work. "Large retailers In the big cities pockets at the expense of the whole member and chairman. Upimmigration laws "agin" us. Our should have been stiffened years ago. are postponing orders until they see country." This Is again the old on this committee will rest the duty I meet story of lack of knowledge of the of working up good roads Interest Both parties are to blame for the a light, and almost everybody failure to do so, but the last Con- has something to say about the Dem- facts. Louisiana sugar crop has but throughout the entire county. ocratic party being responsible for a little bag full compared to the The following committee was apgress passed a limited educational qualification law which met wi'h j conditions. If It had not been for the great bulk consumed that comes in pointed to select and recommend a veto at the hands of President Wil- European war, I don't know what we from foreign shores. It has even number of Vice Presidents at the (Mo.) sold sugar below the cost of what next meeting: John II. Wilson, M. M. son. Now he is being guarded night 'should have done." Butler the refiners In New York were get- Bardwell and C. M. Harnett, Hon. Record. and day, as no president has ever ting for their sugar. No State has H. P. Taylor, Judge J. U. Wilson, M. been guarded, to protect him from particularly profited by the output of M. Bardwell, Richard Stevens, Lon Helps Nobody Itut The Trust.. death at the hands of some crank of The Democratic party, through a j Louisiana, but that State has been In Stewart, and R. H. Shelly all made very class that law was intended the to keep out, and the class most like- split in the Republican party, had Jeopardy for years, living In fear and speeches on the necessity of good Industry roads and the various means of sely to furnish a criminal who would the chance of its life to make a name trembling lest the whole for Itself and perpetuate Itself In would have to go to the wall. The curing them. be guilty of Just such a crime. The On motion of A. D. Kirk, Hartford European war ought to force us to power, but it took the very first op editors of the Milwaukee Journal enough and was selected as the next meeting see our dangers from indiscriminate portunity 10 uu wie verj uuiib " ought to have fairness as never before. A ought not to huve done disturb bus- local pride to look Into this thing place of meeting and the time fixed immigration Democracy cannot cope with all the iness. They could not hope to do any- and observe themselves that three for Saturday, July 17 at 2 o'clock, were p. m. criminals of the old world. Indeed thing for the worklngniau or farmer sugar factories In Wisconsin because the worklugman was receiv- shut down Inst year because of the Hon. Robt. Wood of Louisville was a Republican form of government it exactly proposes. expected to be present and make cannot even handle them as well as ing the highest wages since the his- legislation We must either limit tory began; his conditions were bet- Louisiana Planter and Sugar Manu- the principle speech, but for some u Monarchy. reason he was not there. It is hoped immigration, or change our ter than ever in history. The fanner facturer. foreign to secure him or some other good form of government. Otherwise the was receiving the highest prices for 1'uktNl The Country. conorhordes who will seek our shores as his products ever known and tho 1912, speaker connected with the State The Democratic platform of hordes who will see kour shores as dition of the American farmer was upon which Mr. Wilson was elected, ganization to be present at the Hartford meeting. soon as the great war is over, may better than ut any time since the world began. Then what could the declared that "the high Republican Dr. McKlnney Is one of the most change it for us. party hope to gain by its ruinous Tariff raises the cost of tho neces- untiring good roads enthuslastlsts in Free-Trad- e policy? Only to lower saries of life," but does not "Protect the State and is the Ideal man for; Our Million Dollar ltaluiiro. of living." Then wages. Then It continues: A trade balance of a billion dol- the "high cost first president of the Association. The high cost of living Is a serious may Messrs. Underwood and Wilton unlars is something upon which we Mr. Heber Mathews, the Secretary American liome. problem In every congratulate ourselves with propri- dertook the Impossible stunt of low-uiihas worn out many a lead pencil ety. It means that we have sold the cost of corn and beans nud The Republican party, In Its plutform writing good roads editorials for the responsibil.abroad during the pabt year a billion hog and hominy to the consumer attempts to escape from Herald, and he can be depended upon product); ity for present conditions by deny- for good and satisfactory work in dollars more than we have bought, while they try to make the and that we are. In effect, a billion believe that he would receive as much ing that they are due to a Protective his position. on dollars richer than we wero on June or more for his stuff than ever be- Tariff. We take Issue with them The executive committee selected 30, 1914. We haven't got that much fore How could It benefit a fanner this subject and charge that excessive is composed of representative men from more money, for we had to pay a to put South American meat on Ilia prices result in largo measurewo as- each of whom has manifested Interest and of interest on American bends, free list? How could it help the su- tho high Tariff law every lot can in this movement, as well as and dlvldi'uri on American stocks, gar on the free list? How could it sert that no substantial relief im- effort for tho advancement of our people until owned in Europe and elsewhere huve help the miner to put coal on the free bo secured for the County, on tho necessaries of life raid quite a sum to forelgi fch'rphs list? It does not, nor will not, help port duties corporations .1 r transportation, and a single person In any way, shape, are materially reduced. That Hlg Trade Balance. Import duties were reduced in by various ways our money has gone form or fashion, except the Sugar It must have pained Secretary of lands. But after all Trust or the Steel Trust or some trust October, 1913, but there has been no out to other substantial relief. The cost of liv- Commerce Rcdtlold to read yester1JV thee items are deducted we 'are still that controls tbe importation of these Red-fiel- d Ala.) ing bas increased. Wages are lower day's Baltimore Sun (Dem.) Mr. ColHnsvllle yjMstly. better off financially so far as commodities. is the prosperity movie of the In tbousands of vases. There is and pur foreign trade is concerned, than Courier. Cius.'bexla&.j. TELBPHOITEC. -- . ranneio' Sutviai iS3 CO con-trole- d. y. to brns nbont. We cannot properly plume ourselves upon having done it ourselvesi. This unprecedented balance of trade Is largely due to which, happily for us, wu Initiate, and over which wo did not have had no control. Not a dollnr of It enn be credited to any act or It Is policy of our government. to the war nnd the condi-tin- n wholly due irrnwlne out of the wnr. The conflict In Europe has operated to increase our trade balance In two ways It has Increased the demand for some of our products, foodstuffs In particular, nnd has prevented the sale to us of much that we actually buy abroad. Tht Is to say, the war has compelled us to buy less nud enabled us to sell more, nnd the difference between what we buy and what we sell, Is the balance of trade. The larger part of the big balance has, In fnct, been cused by our Inability to buy. If there had been no restriction upon our purchnse of goods nbroad and their delivery here there would hnve been no extraordinary balance of trade. If It had been possible for foreign manufacturers to have continued to flood our markets with their products as they were doing In May and June of last year, we could have put our trade balance In our eye. Probably It would have been against us rather than for us. Up to May 1, the latest official report, 0 there had been a decrease of in our Imports, and an increase of $164,000,000 in our exports making an increase of $364,-000,0in our trade balance, all, or practically all due to war conditions. As a matter of fact, our exports have Increased in nothing but farm The value of crude mate products. rials for use in manufacturing exported by us decreased almost $300,-000,0and exports of manufactures decreased $38,000,000, notwithstand ing the sales of munitions of war. So it is clearly to be seen that whatever advantage we have gained is from the decrease in importations and the increased demand for foodstuffs. The war bas answered the purpose of a protective tariff in reducing our Imports. It has to an extent made inoperative the harmful qualities of the Underwood tariff. We have, in truth much to be thankful for, but for this condition nQ .thanks are due to the Democratic administration. Globe Democrat. $200,-000,00- has been more cmployirr nt than nt any time, save possibly for a brief period after the pr.nlc of 1907, since STANLEY'S ATTACK the days of the Inst Democratic nil- ministration nnd Democratic Tariff bill. The Dentocrntlc party, In short, country 1912 Takes Opponent To Task For faked the countryIn today. nnd Is fnUing the Pitts-- . .burgh Gaietto-Tlme- s. T..f.j! 000000000000000000&0&0000 0 ' 7 1 Cattle Uotight I'nini Canada, l Fredrick M. Ry- dcr, Winnipeg, Canada, reports that Russellvllle, Ky July 5. In his much of the heavy stock cattle from speech here today II. V. McChrsncy, all parts of Manitoba received at the Democratic candidate for Governor, Union stockyards In Winnipeg Is be- replied to an nttack made on hint by lug purchased by American buyers. Mr. Stanley In his speech at Howling The first shipment consisted of 943 Consular-Genera- ueienuing muimm tion Frauds. tj cut I f j 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o Big Reductions on 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ' Summer Millinery! In order to place every in Green last Monday. Mr. Mct'hi'sney said: "The distinction or hnvlng developed the most notorious gang of gambthugs, lers, ers, crooks nnd ballot-bostutters the saloon-keepers dive-kee- p x world ever Haute, Ind. haled before their crimes ley ns their Webb-Kenyo- o 0 V 0 0 bend of what Is known ns "heavy 0 stocKers, mosuy yearlings, ana whsi 0 .mom., ine 0 consigned to innings, latter part of April; another ship- 0 ment of about 4d0 head, destined for 0 points in Montana and Minnesota, 0 was shipped May 3. He reports that 0 the buyers are much disappointed at 0 not being nble to secure a greater 0 0 number, as they fully expected to take about 10,000 head. They may 0 yet succeed In doing this if satisfac- 0 tory prices can be agreed upon. The 0 average price of the cattle so far pro- 0 cured was $30 per head for yearlltiKs and $37.50 for olds. All 0 by 0 of these cattle were examined 0 American veterinarians, nnd the ship0 ments are covered by surance. Thus one of the effects of 0 the Democratic Tariff law In putting 0 0 cattle on the free list Is to Induce 0 American buyers to cross over to Can 0 nda, buy In that market, pay for 0 veterinarian examination, insurance 0 nnd shipping, and land the stock in 0 this country to be marketed at a 0 profit. Muulce (Ind.) National 0 publican. 0 0 Good Itoads Association Organized. 0 Under the nusplces of the Ohio 0 County Medical Association the Ohio 0 County Good Roads Association was 0 successfully launched at Beaver Dam 0 0 last Friday. The splendid Opera 0 House was comfortably filled with 0 men who have the best interests of 0 the county at heart and who have 0 determined that this section shall not 0 lag behind in the forward march now 0 being inaugurated all over KenI j , two-yealive-stoc- Hat our Millinery Department into immediate service, we are slashing the price in almost every in- stance one-hal- f. The style of every Hat is cor- rect and of this season's creations and the prices are varied. Your Hat can be had at your price. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 T0 An early selection advantageous to will be most 0 you, as these Hats at half price won't last long. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Make your selection now and get your choice of the lot. 0 & 0 : r E. P. Barnes & Bra Beaver Dam, Ky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 &&.00&&&&&0&ft$ "Oh, My, How Nice!" That's what the ladies say when they see the new spring neckties their men friends buy here. Our ties are chock full of dash, ginger, pep for young chaps and sedately suitable for those whose years demand more dignity. Big line to select from. Fine new stock. Come in. n, Ro-sln- e, io .V'-.V-- '. YcV.v.. - I ..:" t ! j & Hub Clothing Company1 HARTFORD, Democratic party. He devotes much of his time to picturing our Immense trade balance, which will he approximately $1,000,000 000 by Juno 30. Under ordinary domestic conditions that would spell prosperity overflowing. But this trade balancu Is created by the manufacture of wur materials and the sale of wur supplies as to exports and by the reduced volume of Imports on the other hand. Now the Sun wants to know what Is to bocome of tho trado balance when war ends. The '"Hush times" of which and papers Democratic talk so glowingly are 'dependent upon abnormal conditions abroad" and grow out of the misfortunes of oth a era." This the Sun protests is "poor basis upon which to build permanent prosperity." All of which Is true. And therein lies a fatal defect in Democratic economic and business policies. While there has come to the United States a great deal of foreign trade in a purely incidental way there has been nothing done by the administration since March 4, 1913, save possibly enactment of the new banking law, which spell-binde- KENTUCKY. V - is calculated to conserve tho future, to encourago home Industry and activities among product? and developers In lines essentially domestic. It Is quite commonly remarked that hero aro a number of consider- able concerns operatlngoxcluslvelyon war orders, having no orders booked for homo buyers nnd users. This: points to a vital weakness In the situation responsibility for which cannot be laid to war, but rests upon tho administration and party In charge of legislation affecting Industrial pro- blents. For the time being Mr. Red- field's figures serve to save the, face of Democracy, but the truth cannot be concealed and It will be brought into play next yeur, when the American voter calls for a reckoning with regard to strictly American affairs. These are of prime importance to the people of tho United States, not to he sidetracked by our commercial rel Jlons with other nations. The Republican theory Is to develop foreign trado and home trade simultaneously and not to be content with one while ' j j j the other languishes. , Pittsburg - 1 Jly nn oversight this paper failed Inst week to announce the new girl, who Ih visiting the home of Dr. and Dingus, M'coy And Cundiff Step Mrs. Ijiigene Pendleton, and that she Aside As Result Of Conhad selected them for her grandparents. The proud parents are Mr. ference. and Mrs. Trlmhle I'endleton, of New Mexico. We learn that the young lady Ih pleased with The withdrawal of William Dinher surrouudlugH and will continue gus, of Prcstonburg, as a candidate her visit fur some time. for Secretary of State, was ono of the women of this city The executive committee of the the results of tho conference of Ohio County Good Roads Association and vicinity. Someone at the Hotel Henry held mi Important meeting at the ofin the audience that began Tuesday night which fice of Dr. E. W. Ford In Hartford day will be presented Wednesday. The committee on Vice and loBted Into the early hours of Presidents met with them and a list yesterday morning. The conference with a beautiful "The rn-consisting of one from each precinct between candidates and the State PILE OF STYLE OP STYLE FREE" sewing mawas selected and will he submitted to Central Committee was held for the the session to he held at Hartford purpobc of bettering Republican chine, undisputably Saturday July, 17th. Other Important chnnccs of success by forestalling the best sewing mafights, and Mr. matters wuro considered By the com- hitler chine ever manufacturDingus was persuaded to throw his mittee. strength to Judge James P. Lewis, of ed. In order to know ('apt. Heiinclt .Mutters Paralytic Whltesburg. what an elegant pies-eMr. Dingus telegraphed his resigStroke. K1UU The many friends and relatives of nation yesterday morning before he "The FREE" real As to how we got these genuine Capt. W. E. Dennett, of the Regular left Louisville, to Secretary of State ly is, come and see it, sit down and se.v on it; you then Army, stationed near Manila, P. I., Crecellun, and received In reply the will know, as we do, that "The FREE" is supremely, will he grieved to learn that he suf- information that Mr. Crecelius had superior to all others. If you havn't j;ot a coupon, fered a stroke of paralysis on May already certified his candidacy to the 19th and his recovery Is doubtful. 120 County Clerk-- , of the State. It get a coupon at once you may be the fortunate one To sell $5.00 when others sell The Capt. had gone bathing with his appeared that Mr. Dingus' name who knows? two hoys, S and 5 years old, and was would therefore have to go on the them for $7.50. discovered in an unconscious condi- ballot, despite his resignation, unless tion when the boys gave the alarm. every Clerk could be reached. A conIt was at first thought he had suffer- ference was held, Informally, yestered a sun stroke, not uncommon In day morning to effect this result, but that latitude. However, two days no conclusion was reached, it is unThe genuine Palm Beach the label. later the doctor pronounced the trou- derstood. Come and examine ours, then see what others J. L. McCoy, of Owingsvllle, one of ble paralysis of the right side and arrangements were at once made to the numerous candidates from the higher price. Not only the Palm show you bring him to San Francisco for hos- Eighth district for Clerk of the Court pital treatment. Ho is expected to of Appeals made it known that he Beach but anything in our Clothing Tepartment arrive about the 15th of this month, would withdraw. He Is a strong and in the mean time during the sea friend of Judge Lewis, and his withyou will find away under price. Your inspection Stratton & Son, continued. voyage, nothing further concerning drawal Is expected to strengthen BOMB EXPLODES F. L. Felix vs. William DeHart, Earl Huntsman In his race for Clerk his condition has been learned. is solicited. Bear this in mind and remember judgment for plaintiff. Apeals and indirectly Capt. Bennett is a half brother of of the Court of IN DETECTIVE OFFICE J. M. Taylor vs. I. C. R. R. Co., IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT Mr. Ramey Duke, of the Republican help Judge Lewis. Mr. Cundiff also continued. force. He has served 19 years In the withdrew from the race for Clerk of Stevens & Bennett vs. U. S. CarSAVES YOU MONEY. army, working his way up step by the Court of Appeals, to give W. C. son, trial before jury resulted in no step from a private to a captain Hanna a better chance for the nomi- Heavy Door Blown Away And verdict. commission by sheer force of indus- nation for Commissioner of AgriculJohn T. Torrence vs. J. ftf. Tortry and soldierly bearing. A very ture, according to the general under. Policeman Is Badly rence, continued. difficult thing to do In times of peace. standing. Federal Chemical Co. vs. O. F. Injured. Another result of McCoy's withScott, &c, continued. drawal, according to the agreement, More Huslness Failures. I. Gans & Company vs. James An Increase in tho number of bust-ne- will be the nomination of a candidate Browning, for,plalntiff. failures for the week ending for the Legislature from "Floyd counNew York, July 5. A dynamite M. DeSopo vs. S. J. Tichenor, JudgJune 24 Is recorded by Bradstreet's. ty, although it Is not Floyd's turn. In an ment for plaintiff. bomb In that week the failures numbered areaway outside the detective bureau Cromwell Deposit Bank, vs. F. CASH PRICES. 376 against 323 for the preceding &c, judgment as to T. C a Best quality Mixed Paint, any at police headquarters. While week and 227 for the corresponding Stratton, continued as to Moore. color, 1.40 per gallon. heavy door was blown ten feet and a week in 1911, a full Protection year. OjBryan Bros. vs. A. W. Mldkiff, . "Pure Lead 8c per pound. number of jghidpws on one side of MrrOttcflrM.-Bc-ra1ratodMr. R. C. This does not Indicate that general "Rep litffi Pure Linseed Oil 70c per gallon. the building" wore' shattered, no one judgment for plaintiff. Taylor, Cromwell, came in to see us business has improved or is improy-lnThe following Commonwealth orAU kinds building Material very was injured." Lieut McNally was conThe blight of Free-Trawhile in town Tuesday.' ders were taken: low. , thrown from. his. chair by the concus FRIDAY, JULY 0. tinues to be severely felt int spite of Com'th. vs. Willie Reynolds1 & Ho-ba- rt Miss Willie Smith entertained the European war. orders. Shingles $3.25 sion but was unhurt. 'Five prisoners. Extra Autry, trial by Jury, verdict not ooclal club Wednesday afternoon at per l,000v locked in a cell twenty feet from L., H. & ST. U It. R. TIME TARLK. her home on Clay street. Sewing Ma- where the bomb was exploded also guilty. Also '39 second-han- d McHKNRY. No. 11C due at Ellmltch 9:20 a.m. Com'th vs. Cody Casteel, thral by excelRev, The Rev .Shelton filled his regular, chines, some good as new, from $ 1 escaped injury, although fragments No. 114 due at Ellmltch C:1G p. m. lent sermons at the Methodist church appointment at Render Saturday to $10.00 each. of metal pierced the ceiling of the Jury, verdict not guilty. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p. m. Sunday, morning Com'th vs. Bruno Frey, on account HARTFORD MILL, CO. and evening. night. celling of their cells. Ar. Irvlngton . . 3:40 p. in. Mr. Lawrence Craddoc is having a Mr. and'Mrs. Herman Blrkhead, of The damaged part of the building of absent witnesses continued to July Lv. Irvlngton . . 5:40 p.m. All One Sided. 16tb. spent the week end with new house built. Is close to Inspector Faurot's office. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Owensboro The judicial elections In Illinois Com'th vs. E. H. Goodall, on acMisses Katie Martin, Mae Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blrkhead. The police at first worked on the No. Ill Lv. Louisville . . 8:35 a. m. and theory last Monday were all count of absent witnesses, continued that a jail delivery had been Miss Ruth Miller who has been thelara wnson, ueorgia Draper, Lll- .10:0G a. m. Ar. Irvlngton that the Republican side. Four of to July 16th. .10:40 a.m. guest of Miss Nancy Ford returned Han Tichenor, Edith Wilson and the five judges of the supreme court attempted. Several pieces of metal Lv. Irvlngton Com'th vs. John Igleheart, 2 were found, but there was vlrrtually Messrs. Geary Wilson, Dan Espry, . 1:04 a. ui. to her home in Owensboro Friday. Ar. Ellmltch nro Republicans, and of the nothing Maurice Howe, Jesse Thorpe, Paul elected which led to a definite clew. cases) on account of absent witnesses The new Methodlsfchurch at HartEspry, Cjiestcr Main, of this place fifty one circuit judges in the state The fact that the explosion occured continued until July 16th. M., H. & K. R. R. TIME TAULK. ford will be dedicated on the third Republicans elected thlrty-flvCom'th vs. Louie Barrett (col, went to High View Sunday. Mr. the the day after the anniversary of the South Bound, No. 115 Sunday in August by Bishop Adklus. the Democrats twelve and four are charged with shooting and wounding and Mrs. Ed Nelson chaperoned. bomb explosion in Harlem, in which 8:45 a ui. Due at Hartford independent or That's Arthur Caron and three other anar- with Intent to kill, defendant waived Mrs. S.'E. Bennett and daughter, Mrs. Onia Torrence visited her parNorth Bound, No. Ill a pretty good day's work, considering Miss Gussle have returned from an chists lost their lives, caused the po- examining trial and was held to await 0:15 p ru, extended visit to relatives In Owens ents Saturday. Due at Hartford judgeships are not much regardThe McIIenry braves crosed bats that lice to work on tho theory that the the action of the grand Jury under (Both "Mixed Trains.) ed from the partisan standpoint, but boro. with tho Hob Roy giants Saturday bomb was set off by anarchist agita- $250 bond. Com'th vs. Estll Lawrence (col), Tho Misses Carson returned home evening ending with the best game it Is significant as showing which tors. The explosion which killed the and Com'th vs. Charley Alvey, conMonday from Ellzabethtowu, where of the season In the county. Score way the whole country is going. Wire cloth at S. L. King's. anarchists occured on the morning of tinued to July 8th. they have been tho guests of Mr. and three nnd two In favor of McIIenry. Philadelphia Press. July 4, 1914. Mr. French Vlckers, of Owensboro Mrs. The above commonwealth cases, John T. Moore. The Bame teams will play Saturday Police Commissioner Woods visited guest of Facts For Farmers. arrived Tuesday to ho tho scene of Mrs. J. E. Williams and daughter, morning on tho McIIenry ground explosion except the one against Louie Barrett, The argument that low duties gave the friends. Miss Luclle, Bowling Green, were and the braves and Cromwell in af- foreign producers the advantage In shortly after his return from a visit were Instituted in an effort to supn, press the Illicit sale of liquor in Judge W. II. Barnes has purchased tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hooker ternoon. Remember the place. Wilour domestic market, because of to the home of J. P. Morgan near Hatrford and Olaton vicinifine young horse from Mr. C. P. Williams last Friday and Saturday. a liams mines park. cheaper labor, has never been refuted Glen Cove. Commissioner Woods Turner. Mr, A. J. Wnkeland and Mr. S. J. Dut tho effect of the Democratic scouted the Idea that the bomb was ties, and are causing considerable Dr. Repass, President of Logan interest to be manifest In the trials. will Tichenor are sporting some In their Free-Trad- e Mrs. Bennett and daughter, Nancy Female College, Russellvllle, policy Is rapidly develop the work of a sympathizer of Frank The court house on Monday and new cars. who shot Morgan. ing a condition Ellen spent the day at Smallhouse preach at the Methodist church next even more to be Holt, the man Mr. James Martin Jr., who has feared. Neither did the Commissioner believe Tuesday resembled some of our Cir Monday. Sunday. He Is in the Bishop class. been about to lose his eye sight is anniversary bomb. cuit Court days very much lu point Tho commerce reports, and infor- It was Dr. Nestor Barnett of Caneyvllle You should hear him. Improving. Asked if he thought it was the work of number of attendance. In some mation from other sources, go to Mrs. H.PT Taylor and Mrs. Mary was the guest of relatives and friends of the prosecutions as many as 40 Mrs. Pete Richardson Is on the show that many Americans are find- of anarchists, Mr. Woods declined to Logan entertained quite a number of last week. sick list. make any further comment, except witnesses have been summoned oa ing it profitable to invest capital In younger set the fourth of July the two sides. Miss Mario Hardwlck,bf Owens- the with a view to to say that the police were hard at Commonwealth vs. Charley Alvey, guest of relatives here at the latter's home in honor of Miss How To Take The Pulse of The Horse forolgu countries boro was the work on the case. marketing their products in the Mary Barrow, of Lexington. having liquor In his posession for this week. Owen Egan, head of the Bureau And The Cow. United States. Tho erection of dried purpose of sale, trial by Jury verdict, Mr. Herbert Slfown,who lives near Wire Cloth.any width from 24 to To take tho pulse of a horse- stand egg plants in China is an example. of Combustibles, after an examina- guilty, $75.00 and 30 days In jail. galvanized, at Beda lost a flue horse Tuesday. While on the left side, run the finger along The 40 inches, black and establishment of purchasing and tion of small fragments of lead pipe, plowing tobacco in new ground near said that In his opinion the bomb 8. L. King's. a high bluff, or cliff, tho plow hung the lower Jaw until you come to a shipping agencies In Canada for catFarmer' Automobiles. Miss Edna Elliott of Wysox arrived on a root, and when It broke the point whero tho artery crosses the tle ts another. Agricultural Imple- consisted of two sticks of dynamite There can be no question as to the Wednesday to be tho guest or tho Jaw on its lower edge. Tho pulsa- ments, placed on the free list by the placed In a section of plpo, which horse was thrown over the bluff, killtions may bo easily felt here. To get Demorcuts, In an attempt to fool the was loaded with slugs of brass and great extent to which the farming ele Misses Napier. ing him Instantly. the pulse of a cow, stand at the left farmer, are being manufactured In Iron and then set off by a slow fuse. ment in certain parts of the United Miss Wlnnlo Simmorman spent tho Members' of tho Hartford Baptist up several suspects States is drawing upon the automo day with Miss JJlla McKlnney at church In session Wednesday night side; reach over the neck and feel Canada with American capital and The police picked along tho right Jaw until the artery sent across the border. The farmer In the crowd gathered following the bile output. A recent estimate has It Beaver Dam Sunday. voted to call Ilev. Creel, and he has is found. The normal pulse beat for is not getting his farm machinery explosion. that 50 per cent, of the 1,750,000 moMiss Gayle Tlchonor has returned accepted. Ho will preach here Sun tor cars in the repuolic are owned by to forty per any cheaper. Tho American meat the horse Is thlrty-ftv- e to rela-- 1 , home after au extended visit nov nIld evenine. mornln Court Noten. minute, It may go as high as 100 In packers operating In Argentina are farmers. This percentage, it is claimand friends In and near Con- - Cree, ,8 nQW paBtop Qf he Baptit tlves cases of disease In the cow, pulsa- finding good pickings In our market At the regular term of Courjty ed, Is Increasing annually. Comment tertown. church at Beaver Dam and he will tions should count forty-fiv- e to fifty now that meat is on the free list. Court and Quarterly Court held at was occasioned last summer by the yoiTnnd brliiR continue to make his home there, ...Take a "Kodak with per minute. A soft pulse, one that Many other Instances are at hand. the Court houso on Monday and great number of automobiles to bo the story of your vacutlon. On voting half his time to Hartford. Is easily compressed by the finger, inSo we learn that Free-Trad- e not Tuesday, besides considerable routine seen In Western country towns on , J. . TAlTAN-wsale at Lieut. C. B. Shown lost an open dicates bronchitis. A hard pulso, only develops foreign competition, work in the County Court, the follow- market days, and also by the almost Hartford, Ky. 51t4 face watch while plowing, during one not easily depressed by the Anger' ,but it beckons American capital to ing civil and commonwealth orders entire absence of horse vehicles .at Mrs. J."C. Cook, of Kuttawa, was May 1912i on nl8 tnrm noar Uedu Ho Indicates lnflamatlon. farmers' conventions. If reliance may A hard pulse foreign climes which, under a Pro- were taken, In Quarterly Court: the gueBt of Dr. and Mrs. Pendleton ims nce planted and harvested four Is often quick, bounding and forceful. tective Tariff, would find ready inF. M. Hoover vs. Ves Bozarth, con- be placed on the statement that several days last week, returning , crop8 on ine game field. Last Sat. An Irrregular pulse, one that beats vestment at home and give employ- tinued. American farmers will take CO por afternon he plowed up the watch. fast for a time, then slowly, Indicates ment to American labor, which, in home Monday. R. P. Beck, vs., Lonzo Elder, con- -, cent of this year's automobile-outpu- t there is reason to believe 'that com Hon. J. H. Thomas, Narrows, can- - When ho picked It up, it started run- - weakened heart condition. A slow turn, would enchance the power of tlnued. Co. . vs, James ment of this character will not show Hill Chemical dldate for the Republican nomination ning and Is still keeping correct time, pulso Is One that comes up gradually the American worklngman to pura decline In 1915. Christian Sclenco for State Senator, was here several after being entombed 3 years and 2 to the finger touch and indicates some chase the products of the farmer. I Browning, continued. months. Ohio, glass &. Pottery Cg. ve, T, C, Monitor, DrtBtol (Pa.) Courier. brain trouble. . days this week, JL up . Hon. IJ. I). Iliugo, Owensboro, was here yesUrday In tho Inlerut of his At-- J candidacy for Commonwealth's torney. RFPIilil ION PRIMARY CANDIDATES WITHDRAW THr 5? FREE Day Thursday, July 15, 3:00 P. M. Is the Day Uppermost in I THE MINDS of Wat-terso- n, DON'T QUESTION US nt Palm Beach Suits at becrj at a E. F. Barnes c& Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. J that J4$&Gb earn ' -two Napfer-preached- ss d ht Hertford g. de Star-A-St- ar t I one-side- d, e, n. de-ba- j r 5i t lUL '" '"f-- A Mllo A Minute, Hlrds KHy properly develop tJie bclfcr It will Knlcons nrc said to lie tlio most rnp lake somr-wliaheavier rations In pro-i- d flyers; onie varieties fly 200 feet portion to the nniount of mlk being n second, according to the best estl- - produced than with the larger cow. A Kood deal depends upon the way In I male. waterfowl, too, hnvo great powers which n well-bre- d heifer Is started, Attorney Law of fllcht. The ennvnsback duck cov- - and the befilnner In dairying should HARTFORD, KT. era from 130 to 100 feed a second, recogniu- - tills fact and see tha his Will praotke hJu ,rofanUu lu Uila d The teal and the gren- - young heifers of dairy breeding are . and adjoining countiW Couuuerolal i... winged teal, the blucblll and the red jiivru I'very potsiiiic care nnu. alien- brads are only n little slower. Ma- tlon during the lactation. Kansas 3 It - and Criminal Practice a Specialty. w llards, pintails, wood ducks, n niiih. black Fnrniir. iducks and other can easily lly faster MlUltLOfMRICANnt) than a mile n minute. Even such lnrge Xntttrc The DeMinicr. In a where ; birds as cranes, swans, pclecans and There was n certain college tiro- - ; (bound, cltjr Powhatangood hottti -- f Law "I tha heads th geese can fly at n speed of more than fessor of machine design who was as - Int. II HARTFORD, KY. H It li first In the btirtt ot It 100 feet second. : original In his views as he was able countrymen. i V. II. Uurins and C. B. H Mcfssra. The speed of waterfowl has often In his subject. One of his pet theo- Smith nnnoiinoe that tlK-- have iforni- been measured with grent nccuracy. rles was the Interrelation between a parUKir.sh.lji for the g.utitral prac- . . .1 aa n la .1.. ... him uru nun correcta (It'Slgll. aa 'I'll'! Illllll tnine linnUliilln um u u uck .. .. w iiiwii ivniiiuiia UOJ8, Uc of law, ezcopt criminal and dlvor Prompt attention must be giv-- pass a measured distance apart. The he would say, "there has been n nils-firjcisos, Mr. Smith bulng County Mtor Ilintl carries a slot) wntch nmt take, niul thn mnrn Mr. ctiwlv l,la t3jr la proveuted from practiluiinc nuck en ailing Stock SO that Work may be delayed. "" ,lle second a gun only. As tne work, the better machine we will .Mr. Ikirius wJll liuilv.iiunllj ccisrsH. fowl pass tno flrst 8,n,,1 tnc timer build. When you put your legs un- . i rp. e Mich practice. aocoj In Offlou i. elePn.ne aeryice on the farm enables you shoots In order to stir the birds Into !der a machine, think of a horse or Hartford Republican building, Hart-torTlie Towliatan 7 rftTnul, fv TO get the Veterinary quickly. full speed and starts his watch. As 'a cow, and get them as far apart as elusive, and rot fill. Ill excelK- lent location on Pennsylvania the ducks pnss the second stand the you enn don't get too much overAvenue, 18th ami It Streets, also keeps you in touch with the markets and man there fires a shot, and the timer hang nt cither end. And speaking makes it a desirable headquarneighbors. ters for bridal couples, tourist T W.MIKVrit.lTTON stops his watch. The usual length of of a counterbalance. o'i ror si.Mi'ii.t- Study the kan- parties, conventions. Schools and rriiniKrll, K,v. lliirllnril. Kjr. colleges. the coure is a quarter of a mile, , there Is no prettier example If there is no telephone on The Powhatan the attracts farm write though a mile 'track' Is sometimes of equilibrium In nil positions. The STRATT0N & MARTIN Veople of culture and education, for our Free Booklet. used. to State. War and further over he leans, the more his Attorneys at Law Navv Departments, also to many Birds with short square wings, like i tall conies Into nctlon off the ground, points of historical interest, CROMWELL, - KY. Address:- makes this hotel especially atthe kingbird, nuiiil and ruffled grouse. And again, In speaking of gcncrnl tractive to a discriminating pub- Will practice their profession In this-anare sprinters; those with a wide design, wherever possible, try to djoluliig counties. Collectloua. Department. Farmers' Line The Potvhattn offers room stretch of wing are "distance run- - work for elasticity as against rigid-ners.- " with detached bath at S1.S0, Commercial and Criminal l'ructlce Birds of the first class attain lty. You find very little of the rigid $2.00 and up. Kooms with priSpecialty. l'rompt nnd vigorous-servicevate bath, 12.50. 11.00 and up. their sudden bursts of speed through in nature, and little trees often sur Write for booklet with ruip Notary in office. CUMBERLAND very rnpld wing stroke; birds of vlve a gale by bending, where the their CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. tho second class have sustained pow- - big ones are blown down." All of Manager. & COMPANY ers of flight, but get under way more. of which was undoubtedly very true. INCORPORATED slowly. and made more of an Impression on tiiHi.Hiiiiiinnw.iiitn.iih.m All the gallinaceous fowl are sprint his hearers than some of the more BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. ers. They take wing quickly, their complicated mathematical demon-wing- s mnke a loud, whirring sound, stratlons that followed. S ""I trowi! t.lttiiJ In auruuuutra, ornu lir, noCil4A.il PATENTS Self Help Is Best. and don't speak to me I know the The qunll or 'the ruffled grouse can rho most economical, cleansing ant THAT PAT.a'HerhrciJuTntU.nmjUlj a: uur lrtc, SlHllltlpOll tUSUCCTM. gain full momentum within 60 feet ot germicidal of all antiseptics In The disadvantages of farming as I reason." fiul nlrl. (Jiutucr sketch for rRCC on n jmrf rvtlce sun. replied, "I do get rising; the wings beat from five to practiced in the Southwest is that it "Well," Harrison PASSING RircrCNCCS. For trv Ju!d ikk k on iTonthbio I'atenri writ to requires the farmer to produce the into a subject when I am thinking seven times a second. The quail B03-BO- B Ssvanth Street, raw materials and depend upon the about it, and at such times may seem ers from 45 to 50 feet the first WASHINGTON. D. C. away from the gun; his wings Others to convert these into finished a little blind and distant." products; it makes an unskilled la"But Benjamin Harrison," Gen. like a rapid revolving wheel. The , Wedding DcCOratfonS. A soluble Antiseptic Powder to . , borer of the farmer and places a pre- Mickener told the writer of this arti- wings of the ruffled grouse roar until , UTA I'M be dissolved in water as needed. iscaiy mium upon the skill and labor of cle', was not a cold man. No man is the sound can be heard 200 yards" As a medicinal antiseptic for douches those who manufacture and handle cold whom children and dogs love, away. ETC.. SCC In treating catarrh, inflammation or Heavy fowl, like swans and Canada ulceration of nose, throat, and that farm products; it causes waste and and all the children and dogs of In Ills It Other heavy cost to fall upon the la- dianapolis knew Benjamin Harrison. geese, have long wings and deliberate ITAPSCOTT, FLORIST caused by feminine Lydla has noenual. For ten years tho E. Plnkham rise bor of the producer and requires the He saw them always and they saw stroke; they must invariably Medlclno Co. has recommenced Paxtlno against the wind. As the goose rises j consumer to pay this, thus limiting him. Masonic Temple In their private correspondence with The National Weekly consumer. "Away from his business, In his irom tne water he sems to he both nUFNQRHDn If V . women, which proves its superiority. - nrw! ho Vui., nnrMlInn- anil flnr.nlr.rWomen who have been cured say As George W. Russell expresses it, own home or in the home of someone It is "worth its weight in gold." At our system forces farmers to sell at else, he was talkative and jocular. that up for 20 or 30 yards before he 11 "5'"v fairly launches into the air; the swan druggists. 00c. large box, or by mall. wholesale and buy at retail and gives Lew Wallace, the author of 'Ben-Hu- r, HI sT The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Until this year him the privilege of controlling nei- and I were at Harrison's house one needs 50 yards to "get his wings unColVur't has lfn der him." Flamingos, cranes and ther purchasing nor marketing, but evening smoking and talking. Wal told at $5.50. Now herons rise against the wind also, but the price it $2.f0 requires him to pay what is asked lace had been camgaTgnlng. and wehave secured " 'Mickener,' Harrison asked, 'did their long legs enable them to spring and to sell for what is offered. Oblo Cottmy a concession 10 feet into the air at one bound. you hear about Lew's speech at Instead of selling grain and hay by e can crier it These large birds make only a couCircuit Court T. F. Blrkhead, crops we should sell butter or cheese Brooksville the other night? Well, at a still further ple of wing strokes a second when Judge; Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; Y reduction in cm- - , and get the benefit of the higher when the time came for him to begin Succeed when everything else fails. P. Mldkiff, Jailer; E. U. Barrass. nectfon this-price for manufacturing and the by- he arose and said: "Your chairman first taking to flight; but when under In nervous prostration and female Clerk; E. E. Blrkhead, Master Compublication. full momentum 'the strokes become weaknesses they are the supreme products. Instead of selling corn, very kindly offered to Introduce me, missioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee Aswan cannot reach remedy, as thousands have testified. Special Offer to Our Reader Jury Kund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff. Kafir, mflo and other grains we but I told him such a formality was more rapid. Deputies S. A. Bratcher; Hartford. jhould sell bacon, hams, sausage, beef unnecessary, here in the town of my maximum speed in less than 150 I FOR KIDNEYJ.IVERAND Kecocninne the great demand for (Vur's at office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown ati the new price, we have made arraneerrents to STOMACH TROUBLE mutton, etc. Canned, preserved and birth and childhood and among men yards after springing from the water; ITer it and our own publication eact one car .Gllmoro Keown. Court convenes first goose requires nearly 100 yards, and ft is the best medicine ever sold for the price of CaAn't alone. Thi it alimittt) evaporated fruits should be market- whom I had known ever since my a Monday in February and continues (.ITcr and must be taken adrantake of promptly. over a druggkt'tr counter. a duck about 50 yards. three weeks; third Monday In April, green fruits Infancy. ed, not the perishable The jacksnipe has a very peculiar two weeks; third Monday in October, What You Get mi Collier', 'Where so many things contribute to " 'I see before me," Lew went on two weeks. flight. When he first springs, If he waste and deterioration. Cattwr'a Is the ant big, independent, fearless to say, "faces that have been familCounty Court John B. Wilson, weekly of the wo!e country. Nrt onl) is it the Judge; W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk; But we have no one to blame for iar to me from my earliest recollec- endeavors to travel across the wind cood citizen's handbook but ts gets under his long, curved wings, Smith, YOU C. E.couyenes Attorney, Hartford. manaxine fora the whole family. itgicaaifothea disadvantages and losses but tion. I feel that I am home again it Arons these things that year's aubscription unbalances him and forces him to atei Court first Monday in each ourselves. So long as we depend upon and among people whom I love, and month. tack about in order to regain his 1000 Editorials others for skilled labor, for market- who, I hope, love me." Quarterly Court Beglna on the 600 News Pkoto 250 Short Artklra ing methods, for doing for us what " 'Just at that moment,' Harrison balance. When the jacksnipe goes first .Monday In every month. ISO Short Storlf. straight upward, or flies at full speed ffiHRIi Uourt of Calms Convenes first we could do cheaper for ourselves we said, 'a tall solemn looking 100 Illuitmtrd Featurra man 2 CsmplcU Novel the zigzag movement is not notice Tuesday In January and first Tuesmay expect to pay the price. arose from a front seat and shouted Treatment day in October. able. The wings of the jacksnipe are Collier's We must bring the farm and the thru his nose:'Xnme him, Mr. ChairOther County very long and strong compared with for WEAK loy, Surveyor. Officers C. S. Mox- factory nearer to gether; the market man; name him." ' ' ForUsville, Ky., It. Hartford Iteinibllcan the weight of his body, and he simply must not be so far removed from the LUNGS or F. D. No. 2; Tom 1 lines. Assessor. lacks "ballast. Christian Sclenqc Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Superinfarm; the consumer must get closer Victor Mine's Feat. CONSUMPTION tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Ulley, Monitor. to the producer and the men who help Rear Admiral Victor Blue Is chief If you mention this paper we will send you coroner, iiaruoru; t. h. Benton, us reach the consumer must render of tha bureau of navigation lu the a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for Uoad Engineer, Hartford. Your ("iuikIi Can he Stopped. JUSTICES' COURTS. economic, indispensable service. : Navy Department. ffinf firPfl riln.rlniim faal!nn n..ni.n The men of the I Ed. Shown, Hartford, Using care to avoid draughts, ex- - in chest, night sweats, hemorrhagei; tHTTH I aftLeaders of farmers' organizations navy are within his jurisdiction. weak er 3d Monday In March, Tuesday aftTuesday ,unss or consumption. Will find their best field of endeavor, Three of his deeds during the war posure, sudden changes, and taking er 3d Monday In Juno, Tuesday aftUCKBanc sib er 3d Monday In September, Tuesnot in politics nor statu and county with Spain have become a part of the it treatment of Dr. King's Now DIs- - OHIO MEDICAL CO. day after 3d Monday in December. covery, will positively relieve, and In oroffices, but in encouraging and history of the Nation. L. A. McDaniel, Rockport, Friday ftfeCAIX PATTERNS ganizing creameries, bacon factories, r- time will surely rid you, of your There Is a minor event to his credCelebrated jor style, perfect fit, simplicity an after 3d Monday In March, Friday nbbatoirs, elevators, selling; associa- it, however, of which there has been Cough. The first dose soothes tho, reliability- nearly 40 , .Sold In I'tirly after 3d MonUay in June, Friday t every city and town Inyears. United Matea an the tions, etc. Farmers must themselves no mention. It shows what he can Irritation, checks your Cough, which j YllB T II T I G B 3 W C B K EflltlOll after 3d Monday in September, Canadj, or by mall direct. J!or sold than any other make. Send lor tree catalogue Friday after 3d Monday In De take the Initntive. Help will come to do with a gun. Blue was a Lieuten- stops in a short time. Dr. King's i McCALL'S MAGAZINE cember. those who help themselves, if it ever ant when the Maine wus sunk In the New Discovery has been used sue- YJlB NOW VOTr! World More subscribers than any other fashion S. W. Leach, Cromwell. Wednesday mifjaiina million a month. Intahuble. Law ' comes Most farmers have learned harbor of Havana and was sent to sea cessfully for 45 years and is guaran- - j after 3d Monday in March.. Wed est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, government and state help are on the Suwanee, an auxiliary gunbout teed to cure you. Money back ir It plain sewing-- fancy needlework, lialrdrciilnr. that nesday after 3d Monday in June, etiquette, pood stories, etc Only 60 cents too expensive since the cost must be bound for Cuban waters. fails. Get a bottle from your Drug- Practically u Dully at The Price of a Wednesday after 3d MonTday in Sepyear (worth double), including a free pattern, tember, Wednesday after 3d Mon iubscriol today, or send lor saniale corrv. paid very largely by those who live on gist; it costs only a little and will Weekly. Xo other Newspaper day in December. On July 1, 1S98, the Spanish fort WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS 3 help you so much. farms. to Agents. It. C. Tiohunor. Centertown, Sat- I and new cashPostal brings premium catalogue and rifle pits at Aguaderes were in the World Gives no Much prlxcoflera. Address can get more for our labor If We urday after 3rd Monday in each by some of Sampson's ships IH RtClUCO, UltoMW.tTtssSL. NIW VtU at mi .Low a Price. llue Heifers Freshen Kurly. wo will use our Intelligence more, de- shelled mohth. as a cover for the advance of the left Those who are having their first pend upon others less and the politiWlnson Smith. Select. Tuesday Hank of the American army toward experience with cattle of dairy breedafter id Monday In March, Tuesday cians not at all. Santiago. After the way had been ing are sometimes at a loss to know year 1914 has been the most aiier za juonuay in May, Tuesday The lawn sfMlDir I llsMOS cleared for Gen. Shatter's Infantry how early It Is desirable to have the extraordinary In the history ot mod- after 3d Monday In Aucu6t. Tues Farm For Sale. Admiral Sampson sig- young heifers freshen. Dairy bred ern times. It has witnessed the out- day after 2d Monday In November. 6G acres a miles East of and cavalry About S. Dean, W. WedDundee, cattle, especially the smaller breeds break ot tho great European war, nesday after tho second Monday In Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell nalled his uhlps to stop firing. WITH March, Wednesday after 2U Monday catThe little Suwanee was 1,300 develop earlier than do half-bre- d road, 1 Vi miles from pike. Four strugglo so titanic that it makes in May, Wednesday after 3d Monday a room cottage in good repair. Ever- yards distant from the fort and had tle. While there Is some difference In August, Wednesday after 2d Mongun. Capt. of opinion as to how early dairy heif- all others look small. lasting water at residence. Two been using a day lu November. signalled back to Sampson ers should freshen, it is generally You live in momentous times, nnd barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of Hen F. Rice, Fortdsvllle, Tuesday PRTCR should be you should not miss any of the tre- after 2d Monday In March, Thurspeaches and apples. All hill land, asking permission to knock down tho considered that they Ma Js 11.0B. day after 2d Monday In May, Thurs'TUI.DRv Trial BottJo Fret but in very good condition. Posses- flag, which was still flying on the brought Into the milking herd for the mendous events that aro occurring. day after 2d Monday In AuguBt, AND AUTHRSATANBLUNfiTRfMiaLEI sion any time. Terms reasonable. fort. Tho permission was granted first time at about 2 years of age. newspaper will inform you Thursday after 2d Monday In NoQTJARAKTKJtDSATISFAOiaa'rf They may not make quite so good No other and Lieut. Blue sighted tho gun. Apply to BAItNETT & SON', vember. O MOW T 3USPMDKD, Ben W. Taylor. Ralph. Friday aft Republican Office, Three shots were fired. The first growth during the next year when with the promptness and cheapness er 2d Monday In March, Friday after1 Thrico-a-Wee- k edition of the 23tf Hartford, Ky. rent the flag, the second struck the milking begins nt this early age, but of the Friday flagstaff near its base, inclining it they are more likely to become sure New York World. Moreover, a year's za Monuay in May, Friday arter 3d Monday in August, after 2d HitrriMMi .Not Cold. about twenty degrees from tho verti- breeders, and it is also generally be- subscription to it will take you far Monday in November. "Do you think." Ueujumtn Hurrl-ito- n cal, and the third shot away both the lieved by dairymen that a high proHARTFORD POLICE COURT. next Presidential campaign. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. once asked Louis T. Mickener. flag and staff. ducing cow is more likely to result into our WorM's regu- Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, The ThriceA-Wee- k his campaign manager, "that I am a The feat was so remarkable that where the heifer comes into producpnocunroAND SCVgNDED. Marshal; Court convenes secontd MonaravUlatfn'W'uittoraiurrt M&rcu aaiu ir4 ruors. cold man?" price is only 1.00 day luj each month. Capt. Delehanty sent a report of it tion early. lar subscription ha adrlca. hW.lo ouaia Mlaota. traU uixfca; MiMH.kit Ma ... ... . "I don't think so," Gen. Mickener to the Navy Department. Lieut. Bluo City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R. It is very Important during the per year, and this pays for 156 paEiuIkiu dittclv.Uk II aiilittiMi iavt tlmi, Answered, emphasizing the pronoun, was advanced five numbers In rank first lastation to give the heifer the T. Collins, Clerk;. J, E. putty pad ejtt litfattnt. pers. We offer this unequaled news- urer. Members of CouncilBean, C.TreasBenJ, "because. I. am acquainted with you, for "extraordinary heroism" during best possible chance to maintain a paper Writ or coma sous a ' ' and nett. Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate, Tit Hajkik Stent, sua ValUa ltWa ratamt OtW but persons do suy that I am the only the Spanish war. Altho ho is tem- large flow of milk throughout theh W. H. Gillespie, W. H. Barnes, C. M. ' Wa,SrHttTON. p. C. ' TUB HARTFORD REPUBLICAN living man who hasn't been chilled porarily receiving tho pay and privi period. I must be remembered that Crowe. Hartford Board Education J. H. by a Harrison cold blast. I under- leges of an Admiral because of the the heifer of this age should make together for one year for 91.05. B. Carson, Ch'm'n.; C. M. stand your habits and your moods, duty he is performing 'ho is only in more growth, and In tbo feeding this The regular subscription price of Sec:; E. W.'Ford, Treas,? R.Barsett. , T. you pass me lu the street reality a commander In tbo line. wad when must be taken Into consideration. To the two papers Is fa.00. J. D. Duke. professional Otto C. Martin at p(mHAIMlM pteHlWTONp iw blue-winge- IHMfWBL-- - fiF Come Zrb" v. --. JNPJ r at once! Barnes Attorneys at & Smith my horse is sick. not . . st t firm J d, It your your - TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH TO WOMEN TRADE-MARK- rir rFor I Bedding Plants n:, c ruiieiui n LM,TJILerL1 H ftl Collier's C First Time l"' in Clubs Electric Bitters Directory WILL TAKE OUR FREE illHPm? BMHBviW 0"r )pt)U ,, j -- (f KILLthe COUCH rur Dr. King's ty New Discovery fdr r2yGH Slll 4- - Col-11ns- 4 I 4 Children Cry for Fletcher's Tho Kind Von iiiivg Always Bought, nml which has liccn ... .. ... "in . nun iiornouio M;;imtt:ru or --. ana mis ircn itmtlo mill r It!., pcr- Klllllll Mttliorvluli.ii itn..n lt. t..r tf5 51 Allow IIO linn tmliwu.lvKI' vnti !lil lll I, 11 III! All Coiintorfolt.N, Imitations nntl aro l,.MTliiiintM lliat tilflu with mill enilanjror t.'.o 1hni!12ibu!; of Infants and Children-Experie- nce ayainst JJsnoriiucnt. i lAffZZZ 1 ,1 ".Tust-iiM-iroat- l" Cntfnrlr. Is n harmless nnlctltuJo for Castor Oil, Pare-porlDrops and Soothing Syrups. l U plnas:nt. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic KUiiNtiiiion. Its ntio Is Its guarantee. It destroys IVornit mid allays FoverMiness For more than thirty years it lias been in constant 3 for the relief of Constipation, I latn lency, "Wind Coll , all Teethln-- Trimbles and iiliirrlmm. It regulates tlm Stomach and liowcls, "i '!!'s nn Vm"1' Klvliur liealtiiy and im'ural Bleep. Tlio Children's ranaeea The Mother's Prieud. i-, r What is CASTOR! 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You are anured of i aarltfactory sweet toned duralle lilsh Kra.l; lter piano. jnlli fit tiioni-y- , 9C.Va:-S-::f9- Ua F 2nd-hand Ererr Starck Piano U guaranteed tor Jo year. o lu, fu.iiav- saot pbno of it uir 3 yean largalni 1 layK-Han- M - t experience, an I the rrpu tatlcu of nn ot responsible piano hoiuc. aumlarl inalis tnLrn in In ii W'f liare eonitanllv vn lunl Ucttt iium:i t libUy ml aeennil Innd piano of an 'll n nl for 1'Iayer-PUno- n' 50 Frsa Mus!o are tr Stirck Piano The follow. aampld Lissom To every purchaser of Starck l'lanv, we give (rci inuaie lesions, in one of the lest Inoun schools In Chicago. Thew lessuna you ran tike In your own home, hy mall. ThU represents one year's free Instruction. Wobsr Steinway Chickering Kimball Starck btnrilnat $110.00 92.00 90.03 95.00 195.00 Btarrk Player l'ono tr the twHir and liiutl" nu I'uyei I'iauvM mi au market. 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Line. lour colored wtional puiala ehart. aliowui bith Ktow anJIbUrwr of BhinT J,8CEANDBEE" on reeelpt of An crata Ui corer poataiM and maJimj. STSTiCiJ; rnviwfi.rMffAniiiwsalBnddMeriDtlvaboiikletfrc. ant ltaUrf' 'HECLVi;LAND A jfrUFAI.O,TKAN3IT CO. Clovland. Ohio t I B. MOSS THOS. Decorator and Plasterer, Contractor. . : Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. the Interval, very weakly and foolishTlio cost ot ly, vm Lad bartered away In treaties llvlni? In the United States Is higher with foreign governments our right to give this preference to American now than It over hast been. Notwithstanding the promise in ado Hlili.plng and thereby bad ru.ned hy the Domocrutlf leader that the re- nii'l lnii our merchant fleet Thse duction of the- - tariff and tho fre list- treaties. o destructive to us and so ing of many food articles would bring ndvantagfo'us to Europe, remuln In rp'lpf, prices are hUshor now under full force and effect so that there the Democratic revenue measure than Is nothing else for the customs court they were under the much maligned to do but to declare that any pref- - After Fear Years of Discouraging ' "ad R0cn so weak I could not stand, I'ayne-Aldrlc- h erence given in tno Simmons un- -' tariff law. j and I gave up in despair. Thttso facts are shown In statistics derwood Tariff Condihons, Mrs. Bullock Gave to American ships AHast, my husband got me a bottle of which tho department of labor bus must be given to foreign shipping Up in Despair. Husband Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I comJust published In regard to retail pri- also. Thereby this Democratic expedient ces In the United Status. menced taking it. From the very firsl Cams to Rescue. The statistics show that for fifteen for the restoration of our merchant j dose, I could tell It was helping me. I marine Is destroyed at the outset articles which are served on the table In the United without a dollar's worth of benefit can now walk two mlle3 without IfJ of the worklngmau States tho average price for the year to American ships, but with a cost Catron, Ky. In an intenstins letter tiring me, and am doing all i.:y work." 1914 was 2 per cent, higher than that of $15,000,000 ,to ?20,000,000 to If you are all run down from womanljr per cent high- the public treasury. What the Wll- - from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock In 1913 and about 5& son administration should have done, ( writes as follows: '! suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try er than that in 1912. but what It did not have the courage ' years, In other word3 the American with womanly troubles, and durin3 Cardul, the woman's tonic. It ha3 helped Is now paying an avenge to do. was t5 provide In set terms In this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 got In 1913 the Simmons-Underwoo- d law for the price ot 102 for what he for 100 and In 1912 for 97.4 per flit. due and formal abrogation ot tho while, and could not walk anywhere at years of conlinuous success, and should The statistics show that the cost of treaty clause that has helped Europe all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist hag living has Increased steadily for these and Japan, with the aid of their own sold Cardui for years. He knows what subsidies, to drive our shipping off in my left side fifteen articles since 1907, when the average price was only SI. 9. In 1908 the seas. In no other way can "the The doctor was called in, and his treat it will do. Ask him. He will recom the average price Jumped to 84.2, In policy of the fathers" be made effecment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. 1909 to 88.8, In 1910 to 92.9, In 1911 tive. Boston Herald. Writs to: Chattanooga Mellclne Co., Laalei soon confined to my bed again. After to 91.9 and so on up to 102, the averAdvisory.Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Svrail I A Medicine Chest For age price which the American work-lngmImtrucUoru on your case an 1 book. that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treataent for Woaen." teat In slain wraonar. Hoof M In this chest you have an excelpaid In 1914. lent remedy for Toothache, Bruises, Highv- -t In September. m These figures show that the highest Sprains, Stiff Neck, Backache Neu-- 1 prices In 1914 were reached la Sep- - ralgla, Rheumatism and for most of One 25c. bottle tember, when the price of all foods emergencies. jwas 7.1 per cent higher than the av- Sloan's Liniment does it all this erage price for 1913. The lowest because these aliments are symtoms, point was reached In April, when the not diseases, and are caused by conIf you price was 3.5 per cent lower than the gestion and Inflamatlon. doubt, ask those who use Sloan's average price In 1913. are Liniment, or better still, buy a 25c. Politicians In Washington 'greatly Interested In these figures and bottle and prove It. Alt druggists. 3 o begin to utilize will Immediately Pacific Piffle. them In combating the Democratic Secretary Bryan, In one of his tariff law so far as It affects the cost dally statements, says that the presliving. of full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed The figures show for Instance, that ent war In Europe demonstrates that by 250 short stories of adventure, a sirloin steak whose cost was repre- preparedness doesn't prevent war. win mane Of course It doesn't. But neither sented by the figure of 91 for the last now does unpreparedness. year of the Taft administration Our advantage of preparedness In costs 102. C under the Democratic adcase of war, however. Is that it preministration. A round steak, which cost 89.2 In vents the unprepared nation from be1912, had Jumped to 10G.7 In 1914. ing crushed by the prepared one. Colonel Bryan deolares that If we Other comparisons ot the la3t year un Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, year had been prepared for war when the dor Republican rule with the Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of we would 1914 under the Democratic tariff are European struggle began, Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best probably been drawn Into It. as follows: minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone Why? How? Does Mr. Bryan 1913 1912 intnenome. i nereis no age that we have the same reasons 93.6' - 103.1 Rib roast limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free 104.6 for being engaged In this struggle 91.2 Pork chops Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION 101.8 that the nations at war have na90.5 Shioked bacon let ua send you Tlireo Current Uauea FREE. ladoia this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year 101.6 tions which have Interests and pre90.5 Smoked ham request. 98.5 judices that have been at the point not 12. 93.6 Lard Those wh9 sobscrilxs 102.1 dfcTffshlhg lor years7 93.4 Hens ...'...." for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will If mere preparedness compelled a for 1915, will receive The Companion 103.8 105.1 Flour get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. 102.3 nation to go to war Switzerland magazines. 101.7 Corn meal 102.3 would surely be In the fight. Switzer99.0 Eggs SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE 94.4 land has a pretty well trained army 97.6 Creamery, butter THK HARTFORD REPUBLICAN A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH 108.1 of half a million. Every nation bor132.0 Irish potatoes ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. 108.1 dering Switzerland Is at war. Her Sugar, granulated . . 115.0 people are' descended from the peo100.5 97.4 Fresh milk For all these figures the average ples lnhabltatlng four of the warSwitzerland seems to price for 1913 Is taken as tho base, or ring nations. 100. The figures for round steak, have had no trouble keeping out of for Instance, Indicate that of the aver- the war. If we are entitled to credit age price for 1913 be considered 100, for not getting into the struggle, the prlco for 1912 was 89.2, or 10. S Switzerland is entitled to ten times $1.38 per cent lower than the average for as much credit, and Switzerland Is The Republican and Louisville Herald 1913, and in 1914, 5.7 higher than a prepared nation from a military 1.76 standpoint. The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at the 1913 average. Mr. Bryan's statement consists of The Jump From 1007. 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm Tho figures show that the price ot oracular utterances of the obvious, without and practical remedy for the sirloin steak, estimated on this basis, Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and has Jumped from 7.15 hi 1907 to palpable evils ot war be talks about Bryan cen- The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 102.5 In 1914, round steak from 68 Aesop anticipated Mr. 76.1 to 104.6 turies ago when he told the story of to 105.7; rib roast from 3.50 come The .republican una JJany uwensooro inquirer pork chops from 74.3 to 104.6; smok- the fox who asked the crow to to 101.6; lard down from tho tree with assurance The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k ed bacon from 74.3 O'boro Messenger 1.75 had made a from 80.7 to 98.6; hens from 81.4 to that all the animals peace. Just then 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 102.1; wheat flour from 94.9 to 103.8 compact of perpetual began to bark In the corn meal from 87.7 to 105.2; fresh a pack of dogs eggs from 84.1 to 102.2; creamery distance, and Renyard prepared to The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 you said," exclaimbutter, from 85.2 to 94.4; Irish pota- run. "I thought 1.60- granulated ed the crow, "that a treaty of peace The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer toes from 101.3 to 103.2; had been declared among all the anisugar from 87.2 to 108.1, and fresh Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 mals." "Yes" said the fox, "but The milk from 87.2 to 100.5 maybe the dogs haven't heardof It." These figures Indicate that the cost This talk about beating spears of living In 1914 was 2 per cent greatinto pruning hooks Is lovely indeed, er than in 1913; 4.7 per cent more pointless piffle It Is In the than in 1912; 11 per cent more than but what of militant ag1911; 9.8 percent more than In face of the existence in In gressive, well armed powers which 1909; 21.1 per cent more than pay no more attention to the per1908, and 24.5 per cent more than In fectly good philosophy ot the amia1907. they do to the words It 13 costing the ble Mr. Bryan than In other quarter protests of unarmed China against average American about a Japanese suzerainty. more now than It did In 1907. What are wind and words when westAccording to the figures, the part of the United States has not opppsed to shrapnel and submarern ines? been as hard hit as others. The averAs Patrick Henry said: "We may age relative price in the western dicry, 'Peace, peace, but there is no vision, for Instance, was only 100.3, peace.' " compared with 102 In the north Atlantic division and 102.4 in the north central-division- . The figures for the Feehricht all tho time. Don't by off south central division were 101.8. from "work for daya by taking1 calomel . keeps yo when pleasant time. warranted For Infants and Children on your feet, while relieving your troul HOME purchase If Don't Years haveyoulife asset atthe NEW you pay, you wtU takeSafer too, and easy to take. afford In U and wlU le. anything else. You can't a the price FOR FLETCHER'S not have an endless chain of repairs. Always feajars sysit Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nathe tem and relieves constipation. Signature of ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It H Coojidawa! I G? c Have Ilartered Away Our Rljthts., will won't be long before Liv completely displace calomel In ever It Is not at all strange that the fat-iNear Whitesvllle, For Sale. at U th aPKJsaaasfti home. Children can take it freely an) 1c --.Hi VrWaiaBaflft Democratic leaders In search of an We have listed with us a good 108 with perfect aafety. Every bottle guarCheapest to subsidy for the restoralternative anteed. 50c and $1 in .bottles, Nona miles South of acre farm 4 in the ead genuine without the likenesa'and siftur ation of our merchant marine should -kA1 A. I. ItAllilW II. ..tl. l.... turo of L. K. Grissby. For sale by have chosen the preferential policy wuueavuic, iiuuui uun ui iv uuviuiot Washington, .Adams, Jettersou. muu, uuu iiny uvrca tu uuium i iHartford. Ky. J. H. WILLIAMS, wautaaewloj Hamilton and. Madison. No legislative ncluding 58 gum, besides various other It you catalogue bcfqremachlae.wrlte for you. purchase. See us for or latest, expedient ever was more magnlfl-clentl- y trees. No. buildings. Tk Km Hmni Swung MMliM'Co.t Orangs, HaK.' successful for the purpose prices. For pain In the hack a la Dr. Miles' AntLfalii PHU. BARNETT & SON, Agents. for which it was designed. But la I ) Cosf of I.lvlns Vanhlnaton, July Is IIIiiIht. C. ( HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE I I worlc-Ingm- ! an 2-"- I ( V, TReYOUTH'S companion Better Than Ever in 1915 as-'su- OUR CLUBBING RATES. ro Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI V-VER-- NFWm CASTORIA For0vr30 n, HOMF for all For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Children Ory CASTORIA "d I'Jft Ver-Lw- - &9Pm3 uWliVal - v.l xf a- - - r c;..,' n vV 1 LATEST Hnptaul. A WAR NEWS 1 ucsdny. ' hut were driven out. BASE BALL DOPE It still riveted In tlie Bast bele Garrett to Reld. i:ulti. on Attention I, & X. Hartford Defeats !,niil-vllIn one of the best games of bull ! ever played on the Eaat End diamond Belated Action. Hartford won from the I. A X team There In, ns the philosopher of of Loularllle by the scorn of 1 to 0. KcclMlaatea says, "n time for every sN. The guma was a pitchers duel .' Jr j purpose undor the heaven, n time to Withrow and Woltung. With-roplant nnd a time to pluck up that Cap-t.ilAustro-Germnnallowed four safe blnglcs nnd which Is planted." Whatever Its ultl- -' onI five wera secured off Woltung. matt effect, tho public cannot fall to Gilt edged support was given to both find In Mr. Wilson's explanation of ' pitchers. his change of attitude toward Mexico Klckard, Keown and Garrett were a disappointing belatedness, a Jarring the only ones to solve the delivery untlmellness. Ills description of con- of tho mysterious Weltung and old dltions across the Rio Grande Is not Garrett came home with the love exaggerated. Yet Hint Hosrrlntlnn wounded. I'limee. The campaign In tally. would have applied Just as well to' and Prance has been confined ' Rlckard loked good on first base; the conditions of six months ago The campaign largely to nrtlllery actions. One he played that position TJio JMitlaiiPllet. as Elgin even a ear ago. Anarchy Is now movement by the In Hie Dardanelles has again been strong offensive busted a finger In warming up before only a little more advanced. Ordinary brought to the forefront by an olll-cl- Germans In the forest of Apremont the game and went to right field.' forealght should have made full alreport from General Sir Inn was stopped eventually by the French up. hindsight lowance for what now ' the British who report that the Germans made Hamilton, commanding Hartford. lamely admits. force", which tolls of desperate light- no new gains. Keown 1. f. Recclus, HI). Six or eight or twolvo months ago During on the Galllpoll peninsula. barnett, c. f. Strunk, c. f. our hands were free. We could have Tests Not (Jenulne. covering five days, from ing a period Rlckard lb. Cundlff. s. s. Intervened without any danger, with0ru-"- The various southern states with Mulloy 2b. June 2S to July 2. r.,150 Turkish Welsh s. s. out putting our feeblo military resoldiers were killed and 15,000 were "grindfather" suffrage laws may re- Schwind r. f. & c. Reld, 2b. sources to an excessive strain. Now wounded, according to General Ham- vise them so as to eliminate the fea- Stroud, 1. f. Garrett, 3b. we may hao to strain them nt a ilton's estimates, which he declares ture which the Supreme Court of Fruxell, lb. Thorpe, c. moment when we are cutanglcdin a ncre checked and counter checked the United States held invalidated Warrell, r f. Elgin, r. f. controversy with a powerful Euroamendment of Ok from various reports of the oincers the constitutional Wagner, c. Withrow p. pean nation, war with which will A TR.VNK fjOOD CLOTHES lahoma nnd the Annapolis (Md.) reaching his hands. Weltung, p. test all our strength. Mississippi's provision prostatute. Schwind. Stolen Keown. Welsh, GREAT COMPORT. WHEN YOU HAVE THEM, We give hostages to fortune reck Ku-f.- i. In the eastern war zone bably will pass judicial muster. There base, Garrett. Hit by pitched ball, lessly when wo say that we shall i must be able to read and ill electors the btrongest opposition to the YOU AFLE FIXED FOR. ALL OCCAJIoN S IF YOU Strunk and Warrell by Withrow. probably undertake to help Mexico advance Is being offered understand any part of the constitu- Balk, Weltung. Bases on balto off 'save herself and her people." As. .STAY AT HOME: OR YOU ARE READY To between the I'ruth and Dniester tion. That sounds innocent enough, Weltung 3, off Withrow 5. Double says, most ot the uenerai itivere, At other points along the but the election officials are sole plays Withrow to Reld to Rlckard Mexicans iiuerta who are In arms will light MAKE A VI-SION A MOMENT' NOTICE, eastern front the progress of the Judges of the correct interpretation 2, Reld to Welsh. Time of game is rather than permit us to save 3f the constitution. Any literacy Austro-Germa- n continues and they 1 hr. 10 minutes UmpIrelMorton. WHEN YOU GET AN'IMVITATIoN. them against their will. Even those arc resorted to hate reached the 'est may be similarly abused. Where whom we rescue from starvation will general registration Is not required itiisslan Hue on the Zlota Lipa Hlver FILL YOUR TRUNK AT OUR AMD IT The Teachers Win. resent any ettort on our pirt to con the determination of the ability of a in Gallcia. The teachers institute raked up a trol their political destiny. would-b- e voter is passed upon at WILL CONTAIN THE FINEST RAIMENT IN THE The country, ns a result ot the jvery election. The voting place can ccrklng good ball team and cleaneJ J'Vun e. While comparative calm up ou tho Hartford bunch Tuesday President's warning, faces a task In congested by applicants put to LAND. YOU CAN AFFORD To BUY has rekned during the past twenty-fou- r ie severe tests, requiring several hours. '!' a heart breaking, twelve inning Mexico which it will he humlniatlng hours in the western theater. game. Score 4 to 3. to drop and yet hazardous under ex THING.S AT OUR BECAUSE Sometimes tables are not furnished. the Germans report a very consider Although Hartford had Thorpe, isting circumstances to carry through "Write it on the wall." was a able buccess on tho previous day on WE KEEP THE PRICE DOWN. one Oklahoma election offi- Garrett. Elgin and Reld out of the If we are committed to forcible inthe west border of LePretre forest, cial gave. Often, game they are not kicking and took fers eition and no other form Is likeafter writing the where the French were compelled to ly to accomplish any thing the govern longest section In the constitution, their medicine gracefully. a number of trenches, 1,- evacuate Rlckard tried manfully to win the merit ought to double or triple our be arbitrarily 000 wounded French soldiers be- an applicant would Incompetent. Where game. He tied the score in the military strength at once. ing taken prisoners. On the Moselle pronounced The only logical thing to do is to registration is required, is is usual- ninth after doubling to center and a French blockhouse, with the men ly In charge of a political worker In the twelfth he. doubled again to get Congress In session as soon as occupying It was blown up In a The teachers won possible, so that the navy may be .vho rejects nearly every applicant. right and scored. German attack. were not a sham, it would In the first half of the twelfth by a brought up to its full strength nnd a If the law real army may be created and orprovided for some judicial process by single with a man on 2nd and 3rd. Wednesday. INCORPORATED. Schroader twirled a great game ganized. any elector could demonwhich A big stake game like war cannot Kncund. The British In Flanders strate his literacy and receive a cer- for the Institute and Plrtle our young have carried about 200 yards of Ger- tificate which would entitle him to southpaw went good with the excep- be played with white chips. If we man trenches, the French contribut- vote. tion of a wild pitch or two; Welsh talk Intervention in Mexico and the ing to this success with their artillery maintenance of American rights at of The decision the Supreme went In for Hartford In the eighth. Field Marshal Sir John French, who Court gives the "grandfather at lies" sea we must be prepared to make Line up. reports ths advance, says that the In our words good. The pen must be Hartford i chance to enact new suffrage laws. Institute supplemented by tho sword. New tcrmittent artillery duels of late have But on the same day the court, Jus- Taylor, c. Plrtle, p & r f. pedo the Democratic party "precise- would be worthless; If this were true, been marked by the employment of tice Lamar dissenting, held that the Schroader, p. Welsh, s. s- - & p. York Tribune. ly as Mr. Roosevelt sljot tho fatal then nothing could bo more gas shells by tho Germans certain Ricard, lb. statute against depriving any person Mason, lb. bolt Into the Republican organization than that the President himself was Rowe, 2 b. Clilssers or Hnriet Mites. Tinsley, 2b. & s. s. of a civil right, whether under color decisively culpable in naming and Austsia The Teutonic drive of statute or not, applied to voting. Foreman, s. s. Information three years ago this very month. The mo3t Alford, r. f. & 2b. "Political Submarine" is good. It such a one In tho only poon shlggers Is contained in farmers' northward from the Gallcian border The Supreme Court upheld the valid- Whlttinghlll,. 3b Barnett, 3b. on the front between the Vistula and 1. f. 1. f. bulletin 671, just Issued. This pest tits the Colonel as nicely as the bark sition whose occup int's authority Keown, ity of an Indictment against certain Barrett, the river Hug a front which is crit- election officials of Blaine County, Leach, c. 'f. as most of our readers know, is an on a hickory sappling, and doubtless and name are recognized by every H. Glenn, c. f. ical ns relating to the fate of Warsaw Ok., charging their refusal to re- Day, r. f. extremely small mlto which lurks in in full realization ot the accuracy of government on earth. Happily for brought the Austrians to a berry brushes, shrubbery, grass and his aim and the disasterous results Mr. Wilson, Mr. Bryan, conceited and cede return votes to be u violation point northeast of Krasnik and near of the of his gunfire Is largely responsible blundering as over, did not set up at that statute. This Is vastly more Hartford Lose Another Hard Game weeds. It apparently troubles Tarnogora, east of Krasnik and some Important plants very little. In fact, It is pro- for the terlflc attacks which the Dem- once his real and Just cause of reTo Central City. than the decision on the ocratic newspapers are now making sentment, but. tho end of this chapter lorty miles northeast of Tarnograd. "grandfather clause." There is not In a game that went fourteen In- bably beneficial, for the adult mite ou the former Secretary of State. wo surmise hns not yet been reached. a federal remedy for dealing with nings Central City won from the East lives on plant lice and the eggs and It is still fresh in the minds of "Because Mr. Bryan means war. KussJ.i. Tho Russian War Office election officials who, while pretend- Enders Wednesday by the score of 7 larvae on Insects. Unfortunately, abserts that the Austrians" offensive ing to enforce a statute, actually de- to 0. The battle was between With- however, the harvest mites have the these newspapers that Mr. Wilson, He means to torpedo tho Democratic to the east of Krasnik has been stop- prive men of the right to vote solely row and Anderson with Anderson disagreeable habit of burrowing Into with Mr. Bryan's assistance, failed party precisely as Mr. Roosevelt shot to poll as large a voto In 1912 as Mr. tho fatal bolt Into the Republican ped by a blow delivered by the Rusbecause of their color. When the getting much better suppoit Tho the skin of people, and causing a sians on the Austrian (lank, result- two decisions are taken together. It score was tied five and fiVe Irotn tho raised red spot. Some people seem Bryan polled In the most successful organization three years ago this race for the Presidency, and hence very month. Just as there was 'nothing in heavy losses. means that election laws must be sivih to the ninth when each side to be immune, but others are made It is not difllcult to foresee the effect ing personal' so thero will he ''nothby theso little pests. A fair to everybody, not only In their made one, then until the fourteenth almost wild u camItaly. In the doctor, who has studied the action of which Mr. Bryan's opposition to Mr. ing personal' now. The ground of language but in their enforcement. the fans yelled and rooted themWilson's would naturally undying principle upon which Mr. paign th fighting in the Gorlzia disselves hoarse but there was uo scoro the rattes on human beings, says that have upon the great multitude of Roosevelt took his stand was only they burrow down the larger sweat trict dt eloped Into a general battle forthcoming Prepared Kor I,i Ins. for Hartford. They Americans who so high; Mr. Bryan's Is both high and when nj attack was made by the There is a feeling of pride and in- had men on the bases every time tubes. Apparently In their progress, blindly followed tho man from Ne- dry. Today It Is third Italian army. The Italians ad- dependence when one has an abun- they went to the bat but It seemed they gorge themselves with human tomorrow It will bo Prohibition; next vanced under the protection of a dance of feed for stock stored where that fate was with the Central City blood. A curious thing about the braska. Mr. Bryan is expected shortly to week. Woman Suffrage; next month, tierce artillery fire, but, according to there will be a minimum of waste and collection. habit ot the mite attacking human an Austrian statement, the attack- when the barn, cellar, smokehouse beings is that It brings about the come out positively against a second the Single term, and finally, of courso Wlhrow hurled a great game conterm for Mr. Wilson because, in his Government Ownership and the Mon-o- y ing forces wero completely repulsed. ind larder are full of products for sidering tho fact that he pitched death of the mite. Power. Sadly but firmly, step by To prevent trouble from mites, the Judgmont, when Mr. Wilson accepted food. The manager Is relieved of con- three games In four days since last best scheme Is for susceptible persons tho nomination on tho Baltimore step, the Commoner will draw farth-o- r Thursday. siderable anxiety when he has com- Saturday. Garrett for Hartford and and farther away from tho Presiplatform, which contained plank I'nitod Stale-,- . Upon President pleted his arrangements tor food and Davenport for Central were the stars to stay away from blackberry bushes, pledging tho party single a a torm for dent until tho break, as the expershrubbery, grass, etc., where It Is Wilson now rests the decision as to feed and when the crops and animals In the field. Evans their catcher Presidents, ho virtually agreed to ienced Mr. Roosevelt clenrlv forpunni what reply if any, shall bo sent to for these purposes are safe. It Is only looked good. Garrett pulled one of known that the mites are lurking. It is especially Inadvisable to sit or Ho abide by that principle and not ac will bocomo personal and Irrepro- Ambassador Gerard's message outlin- necessary then to take care of the the fastest double plays ever seen paraDlo." cept a renomlnation. ing the tentative draft of a note sub money crops and see that these are by any of the bugs around town; down In locations where the mites Colonel Harvey, prcceedlug with are known to be. If, however, the mitted to him Informally by the Ger- handled In such a manner as to mar- there was a runner on second playDoctor's Olllce and Dwelling for Sale. mites have got on a person, it Is his discussion, Is of opinion that the man Torelgn Olllce as a proposed ket to the best advantage. wo ing off obout three feet and eight possible to get rid ot most of them controversy with tho German govern good have listed for sale two icm answer to tho Amorlcan communicaExperience teaches that the cost Inches when the big Swede slammed usment simply furnished a pretext for IICO, ground containing .doctor's of- tion. Thsre U little doubt In of- of marketing crops and buying them a liner right ut Garretts left car. by taking a bath In hot water and dwelllnc. nil nwo.. ing plenty of slop. Those which can Secretary Bryan to withdraw from ficial quarters, it Is statod, that the back in finished products for food and Garrett caught the runner off second 2 wells water, 1 cistern not be got rid of In this way can be the Cabltnet. Ho says: German proposals In their present concentrated feeds is too expensive, by three feet and seven Inches. and orchard. Splendid location for by applying a fairly strong handled "Mr. Bryan had ample cause to physician. None within a form will be unacceptable to tho making such methods Impractical There were several errors and radius of resign. How long would Thomas five miles. United States. for profitable farming. Consequently, bone head plays but it was a great solution of ammonia. Easy terms to right susceptible person has to Jefferson have continued It tho as Secre- party. Call on, or address when the products are raised on the game. work where the mites are bad, It Is a tary of State after receiving comItnlj. With their eyes on Trieste farm, so far as possible, converted InLine-UBARNETT & SON, Agts., good scheme to shake sulphur Into pleted messages to a foreign Power 34tf the Itnllens, tho past few days have to finished products for homo use and Central City Hartford, Ky. Hurtford the shoes and stockings, and rub it with the curt direction to s"s:gn been engaged in a series of desperate the Income from salable crops and Moss, 2b. Keown, 1. f. legs and ankles. over the hero?" What would Daniel Webactions along tho Isonzo front. Of animals is thereby conserved. Rlckard, lb. Cundlff, s. s. a ster have done, If every morning for these little has been recorded in the The manager and his family may Evans, c. Barnard, c. f. frurni For SIe. four days after the arising of a crisis official communications, but corres- not wish to use home grown products Stroud, r. f. Barnett, c. f. 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor laden with the portents ot war, he pondents say that Plateau of Doberdo exclusively, nor to be deprived of cer-tla- n Johnson, 3b, Welsh, s. s. road, 1 2 miles from Broadway and had been obliged to say that PresiOperated by which Is of gTcat strategic value with other articles that may be bought Davenport, c. t. Reld, 2b. Z mlleu from Rockport. Schoolhouse dent Fllmore had not consulted or respect ta an advance on Trieste, has Then it is only necessary to sell fin- Thompson, lb. Garrett, 3b. on Algg of farm and church near. even communicated with him, the Company been tho scene of one of tho heaviest ished products and buy others that Foley, 1. f. Thorpe, c. Throe roads paas dwelling house Secretary of State? camcan not be made at home. bombardments of the entire Anderson, p. Plummer, r. t. on Hartford R. F. D. No. which is Under Nevv Management paign. It Is a simple fact beyond the posWard Withrow, p. 4- Moat ot land perfectly level. Any sibility of successful dispute that no For Sale Cheap. Summary Runs Foley, Ander, on j desiring to purchase farm will do T. QUISENBERRY. Wo have a 2 acr lot near. Jfc- -' son, Moss, Evans, Stroud 2, Welsh 2 On the GalllThe Dardanelles. a Secretary of wuM to investigate. Price reasona- President has treated poll peninsula Turkish attacks con- Henry and Simmons mines tOjjffer. at Thorpe, Reld, Garrett 2, Johnson. so contemptuously as Mr. Wil- Kates $1.00, t.23 and $1.00 ble. Apply tor further information State !wr Day tinued July 4, the period covered by a bargain. A good two 16 foot loom Errors Welsh2, Cundlff 2, Withrow, to son has treated Mr. Bryan; none Meals ZS Cents. BARNETT & SON, Ag9nts. latent report received from Gen. house, barn smoke house and good Reid, Barnard. Two base hlts.Dav-enport- 2, to do so; none the would have dared Infantry attacks well of water, One half mile of Sir Ian Hamilton. Best In tho city for the money. Johnson, Thorpe, Keown, Mr. ltrun Political "Submarine." could have dono so without evoking of tho Turks were preceded by sev- church and school house. Would Stroud. Oeorge Harvey, editor ot the North sharpest criticism fiom press and Special attention to bases Cundlff, Stolen the traveling eral bombardments, in one of which make a fine poultry farm. Anderson, Reid. Hit by pitched ball American Review in the current issue people. And it does not suffice to public. artillery ammuniterms call on or address. 0,000 rounds of For Cundlff by Withrow, Withrow by An- ot bis magazine, refers to Mr. Bryan say that tbp Prestdent had no time BAHNETT Sc SON, tion were expended. The Turks plays Cundlff to as a "political submarine,, and says to waste in considering suggestions derson. Double OWENSBORO.KY. gained a tooting In one British trench 8tf Hartford, Ky. Moss to Thompson; Cundlff to Moss; the Commoner Is preparing to tor or advice that he knew in advance i tween l he Hlvers Vlftula and tins. In dramatic story coined Southern I'olnnd. where the Teutonic rum Queeindown of the escape oforcW9 jmve ,pen hurling tutmrtlVM a gal not n stubborn lMilan resisho Brittflt steamer irom a Goniinn submarine, which, tance In an attempt to clear the ay with greater speed, overhauled the to Warsaw. The Russian forces stonrear and nought to send her to which had ben retreating before the now nre holding the bottom nlth a torpedo. The maneu- their ground with the aid of strong of the and In the battle vered his tbssoI for hours until n shell blew him from the wheel. Then raging near Krnsnlk and oast and his son took his place and llrltlsh northeast of that place the Russians destroyers came to the rescue. Twelve have Indicted heavy losses on their of the crew of the steamer were kill- adversaries. ed by fire and shell and eight were Anglo-Cnllfornln n AtiRlo-Callfornla- n Bel-glum the crucial front Struck out by Wlihrow S; by Andoriton E. Hits oft WINirow IB, off Anderson 12. 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