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HARTFORD, OHIO COlTNTY, "Am I going to dlo?" and asked: "Wo don't know," sold George P. Compton, prison physician. "You nro In n serious condition and will havo to bo quiet." "If I am going to die," replied Frank, "I nm not afraid. Nothing stnnds between mo and God. I hope tho man who attacked me will bo forgiven." Green wns sentenced from Columbus, Ga for killing a man named Kitchen. Shortly after the crime a Jury Inquired Into his sanity, but declared him sane. Saturday he was helping to kill hogs with other prisoners. Ho concealed in his clothing the knife ho used In the butchering and later it Is believed secreted it in his bunk. Tonight it wns announced that Krnnk's temperature was 99, his pulse good, and that ho was In no Immediate danger. m KYM FRIDAY, JULY at- - No. 2 Shrove. The speakers were: -Messrs. Carl M. Taylor, Cal P. Keown DOMESTIC POLICY Otto C. Martin, L. L. Embry, Albert TO SEC. M'ADOO THE WAR TAX Leach and John H. Thomas. PRISON Mr. Charlie Hare, wife and chilWILL DECIDE dren, visited the letter's mother, Mrs. A. Harrison, of near Barretts Ferry, Fling At the Republican Party Carelessness In Drawing Law Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Bethel Shrader began school Question on Which Wilson Fellow Convict Slashes Leo Gives Corporations Is Completely Rehero at Shrevo Monday, July 12, Will Stand or Fall. with a largo number of schollars. Frank's throat. Chance. futed. Miss Nannie Hedden has typhoid fever. Mr. Willie Davisson moved to J. Election In 1916 Will Not be DeDoctors Stop Flow of Blood From Washington, D. C, July 20. Ev- - W. Shreve's Writing to a Democratic club In farm. Mrs. Spencer cided on the Eur p . ri Wound Made by Butcher moved to Fordsvllle. Now York State, Secretary of the ery dollar of the hundreds and '' Those on the sick list are Mrs. R. McAdoo takes occasion to sands' paid by trust companies to the War. Knife. C. Carter and Mr. Charlie Davidson. government under the provisions of make this fling at the Republican Mr. George Debruler, wife' and party: 'the "war tax" law my have to be son, Vernon, visited his brother, Joe, If by any chance the European Mllledgovlllc, Ga., July 18. Leo conflict should result in continuing? It is only through national disaster returned because of Democratic care- - Sunday near Fordsvllle. M. Frank lay In tho Georgia State our present Democratic administra, that tho Republican party ana tho four-yePractically every trust company ! Hlay8 f prison hospital tonight with what term, who, e.nsn interest mat aom mate us who CrUicl!ed er Doga tion for another w ..... uu.,. indeed, could then say that war Is .attendants said was a fighting chance .....v... ..ua yum, nope ior success. Every utterance . i. .. for recovery. Physicians had sucPotest, the tax provided by' DaI v,11' K- - July not an unmitigated curse? and every action of Republican lead- - "" Crouch was shot and ins antly killed 1 of section 3 of the "war One-Terceeded In stopping tho flow of blood Joker In We, believe, however, that tho Plank of Demo- era convicts them of wanting to pre- - Paragraph a8t Hattle Henson, American voter has penetrated tho from a jngged wound in his throat crats. vent prosperity In order to gain con- - tax" Is preparing to litigate the right w,fe evennf bf Henson. The trage-gre- flimsy subterfuge by means ot which anado with a butcher knlfo In the Washington, July 18. Reports trol of the Government. This once of the government to collect. Test, J. cases have already been brought In df ccu"ed n the Pavement in fron the Free-Trad- o party hopes to gain hands of William Green, a fellow-convi- that former Secretary or Stato party, tho alleged champion of "" "enson htme; n Second an indorsement at the polls in 1916. also serving n llfo term for IJrynn would demand that business. Is trying to destroy business various federal courts. The founda-- 1 U Mrs Hson ' Unquestionably Congressman Mann murder. Tho blow was struck as respect be given to tho one-terto gain its ends. It is a sorry spec- - "on for these suits was laid by the '' b frm hom.e "n? le " jwas right when he said that Presi a' Frank slept In his hunk In n dormi- pledge of tho Baltimore convention tacle and failure Is Its Inevitable re- - Democrats through an apparent over- somo dSs fastened up which howl- sight In drafting the law. tory Into Inst night. havo been based, It Is said, on state- ward dent Wilson's only prestige Is what Thetoverslcht lav in iho fniinrn in ed so much that neighbors were un- - the war has brought him, but there of tho attnek ments which Mr. Bryan Is reputed An Investigation " ; The Republican party came into able to sleep. probably will be concluded by the to hnvo made to friends. Is no Indication that this prestige will It Is re- existence as the champion of eman- - f1rop"r.,yl tleftn, "bankers-Jhe Crouch and other neighbors re- be sufficient to a Georgia the called that during tho last campaign Prison Commission, him. PhasJied by the fact clpated labor as against shackled la- - b,lu"dfr monstrated with Mrs. Henson, the same body that refused to recon-jnem- l be laid stress in many speeches on bor; as While he is in office we will suppronounced advocate of in ii. uui u iuw iiiuiiiiis ueiore me outcome being the death ot Crouch. the was levied, the Democratport him to a man in any disputo plnnk. . thut Frank's death sentence tho one-terenlarged commercial activity In op- "war tax" e years with foreign, powers, but loyalty to tho murder of Mary Phagan bo Bryan decides to do, it position to those who believed in ic Congress had appropriated thou- Crouch was about forty-fivfor Whatever sands of dollars to pay back to trust old, and Mrs. Henson probably flfty. tho gtara and strIpea doeg not Imp,y commuted to llfo imprisonment. Is sure that In certain Democratic buying abroad to supply the needs of companies a refund ordered by fed- Mrs. Henson was arrested and plac' ODUgatlon to pretend that we havo from Atlanta were that Gov. quarters, where peace is regarded as vast i landed estates tilled by those come to regard the braying or tno Harris intimated today ho would highly desirable from a party stand- who held In bondage. It has always eral courts following litigation on ed in jail. donkey as a new nation start such an Investigation to ascer- point, stress will be laid upon the believed In a constructive financial the same question. l Democratic Section 3 of the "war tax" declares tain If Green acted entirely of his actual language of that plank. al emoiem. policy, which would insure stable pay $1 for every own volition. Green said today, Nothing has occurred here or It reads: "Wo favor a single Intclnnoa iniwllttnna If Ttna nlurnva that bankers "shall !. $1.000 'of capital used or employed." when tnken from solitary confine- presidential term, and to Uiat end we abroad to abridge our right to regu advocated a Protective Tariff which ment long enough to be questioned, urgo thoTadoptlon of anr amendment It then defines who shall be termed late our domestic affairs as the good would Insure a high scale of wages Judgment of the American electorate that he planned the attack alone and to tho constitution makltfg the Pres- for American labor and enable the a "banker" under the act. The de;tiBBBBBBBMin-'.''-tdictate'.' '' that no one know what ho Intended ident of the United States ineligible American worJUngman to live in com- finition of a "banker" is Identical !: 2lBBBBBB with that which the federal courts to do Ho was not communicative for To maintain a national solidarity and we pledge the fort. It has always Insisted on a but a short time before held InadeIn International matters It is not ne- today nud gave ns his only excuse candldato of this convention to this currency, and it saved the sound jcessary that wo shoutd go on slaughquate to render trust companies liathat "he thought It should bo done." principle." country from a deluge of greenbacks regretted his act. ble 1.01,811011. a tax. commonly Interpreted the can- tering enterprise, starving the workHesald.howevor.ho As and a Hood of diluted silver.' Frank was quartered' at night in dldate of the convention was pledg- - created u banking system which re- " The "Democrats had ahiple" warn' ' 'rjiiilrri b1bmB ing man; watering our shlveTfecl "inmfigi1 wiWr ing. The language of the federal uuu iiuuuruu eu to retirement niier a single loriu, a aoriniiory wun uuuui dustrial gardens with the bJood of pa- tired a vast amount of wild-cEurope and depleting the Federal other prisoners and occupied a bunk in office: a strict reading of tho I per money, and the best features of court's decision conclusively showed exchequer at a rate that must speedabout forty feet from one of tho two plank, aside from Interpretations ,' the present reserve system were tak- - that "banker must bo more ade-, com- ily produce bond Issues or bankrupt Ji, jors to tho large room. Green given It during the 1912 campaign, en from legislative measures which Mn.. lliiili.11117 panles, was fourth from his. Vfl nrla. liliij I...ll...r nun i m iilmlira la fr tlm . . fi.-- . cy. bunk I I nut, -ln ,l.0 tirnltia ntnl "In th6 case at bar," said the decls oner Is allowed to leave his place prlnclplo of a constitutional amend-wltho- labors of Republican legislators. Our position before the world will Ion, "the plaintiff is not a bank or ' permission from ono of tho ment and that until such an amend-tw- o be In no wise prejudiced by substituThere is Our guards stationed nt tho dorml- - ment is ndopte'd Democratic Presl- - ilm nnnntu rtfabundant evidence thatI banker, and though it docs some ot ting a Republican President. tlio pnttntrv Ulwliaraf nil, night.. Shortly after 11 dents are free to do as they please... .. . the things enumerated in the sec'ry at national honor Is not bound up In ,. ... t. tion as indicative of such' business, o'clock last night Green callqd out if this latter interpretation is per-- . ' Woodrow Wilson, and it Is highly wholq trend of the Democratic party presumptuous In his friends to atfor permission to get up and It was mltted the President is free to do is away from prosperity, and toward its principal business seems to bo i distinctively that of a trust compa. granted. tempt to create the impression that as he please3. that Its entire ny." 1IOX. W. S. DEAN. He started down the line of bunks independent newspapers and mag-- 1 ' 'orc'f rests it is. tho . toward tho ono occupied by Frank. a2n0s over the country are almost 4, '....,., nssump- Tho court further points out that The Hon. W. S. Dean, who is mak- - The situation today as concerning . quickly grabbed unanimous In the opinion that Dry- - llUtl iUUt &illCII.a D1IUIUU I.UUUUIU tho resources on which the tax was ing the race for the Republican nom- - the next Presidential election Is pre- As ho reached It, ho i worm witnout re- ot were Nation for Representative from Ohio clsely what It has been ever since tho ordered r run ii uy iiiu nun uuu ucikciuu imo an s resiguniioii irum iiiu cuuiuci was the markets tne vls,onary colected and municipal returned Jn ho had conceal- - a political move pure and 8lmpl' "lnve3ted in and railroad j county, was born in Breckenrldge 'fallacy of the Underwood Tarlff-fo- rblow with tho knlfo i chaso after a "larger liberty" it loses " eu. a guaru rusneu to mo DunK unu looking toward laiu. law was demon- ,, .' n, bonds and In tho stocks of corpora- - county, September 29, 18G3. He was striking i. provonted Green from a number, too. havo commented , ,, l8 thr0wn in tlonS" The Internal Revenue 0f- - j born on a farm In a log cabin, which strated. ,abo a8 upon the President's ready accept- -' ' the Frecf-again. Those who supported .... ,,, ., e who vo ln " has required trust companies to Is 8aId to very much re8emble the v pay the tax upon this class of secur-- , type from which Abraham Lincoln Trade theory, right or wrong, will rushed to nnco of the resignation. Following Among prisoners who ntmospuere ana .,, . , .,, ., ... i.i ww . , ..- . . spent ij ,u,ita mo uiuo, auu in iiiw taora uun ijcuuiug sprang. twu n j... r ruim n uiu ... .... ii.a,....a w.. mj ,. mu on ... incuia ui uu uimuai ati' entirely uttierent He his boyhood On vuuliiiuw iw vuii iui ito wuuiui.mw, i recovery is based on the claim for of whom was serving a llfo term lor open campaign to embarrass Bryan, farm .and until he was 32 years 'and those who are satisfied that tho es to substitute for his own. .. .. nmn!ltlhlA with loirntlnn Hint thn aponrltfoa tnvnil nrfl ilnAtrlna la nnt "- -murder. They gave first aid and this acceptance "appears to bo a " "v in anr "i "Be. t ioio ne married an."-"- " lleDubllcan Dartv has never Dry- -. wage Dr. 0" municipal and railway, 0hlo county slrl. Miss Annie Ren- - American standards and Invested "In treated tho wound until realization of Wilson's idea that Compton tho prison physician was an ought to bo knocked once and for v " I lrow' a"B'"r oi Mr. vtrgti uea er. But It believes the Freo-Trld- e summoned from his home a halt mile all Into a cocked hat." irnw. or iiiinrieo. th nmn vear nn iudui. "" policy ot the Democratic party is a away. Tho three men took 25 stitch- Whether or not the trust compa- - ra0Ved to Dundee, Ohio county and With Republican unity and with What lends color to the belief that and that, sooner or later, Ros-- ! Wilson was Immensely satisfied with mistake nles are successful in their proceed- - toT twenty years has devoted his tho Democratic disunity presaged by es ln Frank's neck. Dr. H. J. fiscal policy will hurt ings, Bryan, enberg, the Frank family physician, Bryan's resignation is the publication an unwise the fact remains that Demo- - tlme t0 farmmg 8tock raising and tne defection of This was ara- todny with of Wilson's view ot the qualifications American prosperity. cratlc blundering is responsible for tne muung business. His stand for tne prospect from a-- Protectionist arrived from Atlanta ply demonstrated by tho blight which very gratifying. He said that while the pa- -. for a successful secretary of state: nurses. this expensive litigation, which adds measure tremendously to tne cost ot adtmnis- - n,oral, social and material improve- - view is Underwood Tariff tho , "To bo a successful secretary of tlent's condition was precarious he ment ha8 made hlm a power ln his Everyupon the country. Republican Candidate for Speaker of terlng tho law and may largely re- - community. state," Wilson Is said to have re- - brought had a chance for life. laThe House. Milledgovllle at , marked, "one must be a hard thtnk-tli- e where It caused the cessation of duce revenues. Mrs. Frank wns in in 1905 he was nominated by the bor. Those in the shops and ln the Hon. A. J. Olllver, ot Scottsvlllo, l,iko numerous omer "jOKers in neDubllcans for Maelstrate ln his homo of J. M. Burns. She was tng man, must possess high dignity, fields felt its depressing Influence. Democratic laws, these mischievous Allen county, will be a candidate for . not toM of tho attack until after tho willingness to abide by sound pre- It threw tts baneful harm over tho errors exist only because of whole- - d,8trlct and 8erved four year term nominauon ior to,tUe RePJmcan physicians had unisnea inoir worn, cedent, and to auide uy ine win oi great manufacturing plants at credlt and aat,8fact,0n and in- - sa,e dlaregard of elementary prlncl wlth next House of uepro- She bocamo hysterical, butiator was chief and country." Ini speaker of the all the people of the courjty. am lines i miuys. wiieu me ples of legislation It theso views are held by the to ine calmed and was taken to tho prison .' 11909 he was nominated and elected,8 fall elections came on last year tne Mr. Olllver was given the nomlua- tho commenting journals lfospltaU Representative and served one term. People went to the polls and register his party in Allen county W(nUH, to play Role of a Hero The cut extends from the front of remark. It Is readily apparent that His record in that position is clean tlon of ed their emphatic disapproval ot the at- -, Wilson knew, before he appointed Reading, Pa.. July 19.Harry F. and an honorabIe one. Tne record without opposition from the Demo- the neck around the left side to , i ,. .,. ,. .. .. ...... blow which had been struck at labor . .tu ua rmnm. .. vyesluroott' wuo ",Bl wm- - wouv lott shows that he was always at his post!"'"" r. V". n,i i. u most tno mioaio oi mo imc oi u.o uryan to do secretary oi aiaia mui . .. a -- -u r Ai- ' Pennsylvania railroad tower near neck. Neither tho wind pipe nor tne the Nebraskan would not fill the bill. ,y when the roll was called and no vote Doreu u"u' "u vuo BttUJO wu- -' l'uu-rtoon, Pa., with a piece of pipe con- - can be found agaln8t tne iuterest of exPerenC0 as a legislator na,ving . ' spinal corda Is hurt, but the Jugular with 1910 already on the horizon w "ue tue European wur nas talnlng twenty sticks of dynamite . served lour years in mo oeimio uu . vein Is partly severed. The physi Wilson saw a chance not only to, f.A ' . elanA , greatest fear tonight was that eliminate Bryan from national poll- - provided us with orders for materials and 8am that he had found the ex- raa,ann representing Allen county in the low clans . last term. He was , somo ot the stitches might slip caus-- . tics and as a factor in the 1916 race consumed ln the greatest tragedy in pi0slves on the tracks, was arrested b t . de or house at the h. presidency but also at the the history .of the world; it is true here iate last night, and today, ac- - manded that he represent them in the nominee of the party for Secro- loss ot blood. for the Ing moro i.itary ot State four years ago, and Frank has benefitted a great deal same time to throw himself into the importations are checked because of cording to tho police, he confessed thfi a, rourt and h. wag the interference with shipping, and h0 had Invented tho scheme ln the ,, nIoo,J, . llfo slnco Doing national spotlight. ,mnnrtant made an active canvass all over the by tho outdoor one of the best known our markets are thus saved from col- - noue of getting a reward. ,, u .,!,., , . "brought to the farm June 21. Tho ..v i. " State' and is. n1.Mii1. n.,l. "" V lapse. But It Is Just as true that the Westbrook, ln his confession, ac- - 'f""1" man, he always has had' a Dye Experts Coming to America. a small ' U Washington, July 19, Impotta- - day is coming when we will need the cordlng. to tho police, said he had, ,,. tnn It looks like Republican ,.. rugged constitution and that coupled of . L.. t... . in the air and there lsa possibility x ot the last three tlon of a corps of Swiss dyestuff , Influence of a Protective Tariff, and i mnceived tho idea after reading of . . with his exercise ! country will understand th8 03tplotts ot Frank Holt. He of electing a majority in the lower weeks are in his favor the doctors cheralsU to aid ln the development -. ( when the Frankfort this winter to represent some nourishment ot the new American coal tar dye ln- that It must return to the construe- - made the bomb at his, home here, tho people in the House ot Repre- house and it Is very necesary that said. He ook dustry Is the latest 'project ot the tlve, wise and- resourceful statesman-- 1 I the liy...IU. ' It contained enough sentatives. If given the nomination the party have such leadership In today, nn.1 Tlnm aa tin sa'Ip'Pf, the, Republican party. body as will be able to guard, Foc!dynamvO destroy a city block. demonstrations J Bureau n Frank; knew of the on AuguBJ? jhJie, promises strong that . ".- people, but the party the, .j anlngt the action of Gov. Slaton, Commerce in ua VU.UH. i.u ujoti, wo belong not only the support from'nany men who PLKASAJjT GROVE.. also and there Is not a man lu tho expired, in com- - American dyesitf famine resulting ynfted States has made its greatest winning whose term recently July 19. The heavy rains and to the opposltfKparty, in a State who Is In every way bettor mutinrr his sentence and also ot . from the cutting off of the German advances, and its people have been fight tnVbveaTBer. qualified for this position 'than Mr. most consented, and happy, the Re wind storms .here last week did prison . supply. ihrAniH to take him from the . damage to the growing Oliver. A combination ot Swiss, technical publican paty has, been in power Ibv fnree. Those who reached his For Bale. " crops. The farmers are getting capital and the vast 'And every .electlpn since the side first after he was wounded be- skill, American ( Three registered ,Blrkshlre Boar Beauty Mort Than BUa DMf. . bscause pt Re-b- e along very slow threshing wheat. supply .of cpaj tar would praU;Gs into, office, lieve be bad all this in mini when A beautiful woman always has J, W. Tuttle.went to Asktos Sat- Pigs. Apply to of "untold value" in developing pith)iM' dlytolous, emphasizes aaew he said: good digestion. It your 'digestion is APPLE GROYH FRM industry, accord-- ! the', facj. .tbat the people' are only urday (0B busiaeea.. v the new Aiaerlcaa "I guess tb,ey go ma nqv." faulty. Chamberlain's Tablets will, do F. W. Plrte k Son. Props. There, 'was a large- crowd at the walUac to elect a Republican Con beea ing to a statement by Dr. The ounds had After Frank's you good. Obtainable everywhere, m Hartford, Ky. R 1 Republlaw speaking Thursday aigbt It4 a Republican President. graM Pressed, he turned to- - the physlcUa H. Nortoa, ot the bureau STINGING ANSWER MAY'HffllRN JN thou-Treasu- ry V ":f- j ar 0-- " at ct Wll-llam- m .'... .1 ', " re-ele- ct m He-por- ts .... ... ..', ...'.. ' -' Jt at v .... .,.,..,,.,. , ut ll I ... Per; .., ..,.,; ( . I ... ... ,, I i...ii., .. I ' .nJ I v" """.," ,",...., i I I ......,...... ..... ... nrri. ,.,. ,,. .. '' " m, ,. Pl-p- ,.., .h. ,i J - Cnln p'rt(elsiy,fat-'thosefj,tinjB"'whe- n ,ot con-derab- le Demo-America- -r---L - ad six to seven months. This should contact. Tho married men went flOOD ROADS bo a great help both to teachers and ' home and told tholr wives that thor B. O. William. Kd. C. O'lTar. Is one condl- - had been attending a holiness meet-tlo- n school pupils. There Law Of firm of GIVEN BOOST which we believe should bo cor- -' lng, conducted by Billy Sunday, who r,url ortlln to law t tk Pottofflc O'KKAlt & WILLIAMH cond HM'crd, Kjr., m mall matter si tk rccted by the next Legislature af- - had unexpectedly stopped oyer In Frankfort, Ky. 4M, Doubt-schooi Owcnsboro for tho night. Our fectlng our common schools. June 23, 1915. begin too early. It may be less this story, In most cases, still M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor best for the teacher to begin a school ' goes, as thero was no account of the Well Attended And Enthusiastic Hon. J. M. Perkins, prUo fight In either of July, but Is it best for tho Tanncr-Rlng- o Frankfort, Kentucky. Meeting Held At Hartford to the first Address all communication My dear Mr. Perkins: boys on the farms who must help the Owensboro Messenger or Kfea Hartford Republican. Public AcI am glad to endorso your candidacy for Auditor of the crop? Years ago the schools ' qulrer. Saturday. began October 1, or some times not I counts, for tho reason that I hellovo you are a man of upright charIoulslana Aroused. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS acter, liberal views, good Bound souse, and have hail a wldo public until November 1. Then the teach- - I Aatuwillwrn tlwdrlun tli intrrit to a new er generally, If a man, also had to ' experience that In every way fits you for tho office to which you asThe sugar growers of Louisiana, as Tho second meeting of the Ohio xMmw luunt kItp tile old mldrrM In mukln th pire. tlnlsh his crop, as well as tho boy. we learn from the New Orleans Item County Good Roads Association wns tqwt. I know you to bo a sMf" mado man, and ono who has tho confidence Hailnr t.ocftl ml Notice 10c per Hoe nnJ 5c Then the schools closed about April of recent date, have perfected a com-ls- t. held at Hartford last Saturday and In time for planting on the farm, nact organization having for Its ob- - was well Ocr ll Mr rn.'h ittlitlon)il ttuwrtliin of alt those with whom you lmvo come In contact In n business way, attended, dcaplto tho bad , ., OWWmtI-- .. HioliHlD iin.ICardofThinki.se N before Christmas. Meet tho ronnnl or HiisnniiRtnn of flint weather and "bad as well as tho confidence of the community In which you live. roads." by the time section of the Underwood Tariff law "for neri(vi free, but other' and are so far ndvanced For the olllco which you seek, where honesty, sobriety, business exTho meeting wns presided over by j perience nnd sound Judgment count for so much, you are, I believe, 'many boys are released from the to- - which places sugar on tho froo4lst the President Dr. J. O. McKluncy, ' line. KdrertinCHientH. siniiTvinmi coiiiiqnni.ition.i will receire no i,acc0 crop nnj corn gathering, that beginning May 1, 1916. United who made somo very appropriate re-in every way qualified. ! . II,.,, XleLtl B uv, ynt .uuamvi .i Your sorvlco to your party ought to, and I daro say will, place " iiiuj ,rt uu, ctnatinf It wnrtll wflllfl Ctotos Qatinln, Ilpniloflnril la In. linrt,- - marks at tho opening. Preceedlng uiu,.a uuuiui u.w.?0u.u .0 iani you in a commanding position to Insure their confidence and support. to start In far behind their classes, ty accord with this movement. He the meeting and after adjournment cBZiBPnoirso. With best wishes for your success, I am, 123 Besides the hot months of July and is quoted as saying that his private some fine music was rendered by tho Cmn'sarlani ... ..J...-- Very truly you re. August should not be used for school 'advices from Washington indicate Taylor Mines and Simmons Cornet C3 ffarcista' '3kCu.tu.xl ED. C. O'REAR. work. It is an absolute punishment the calling of an extra session In Sep-t- o bands, which contributed to tho en- children to be cooped up In doors tember or October of this year for thuslasm and enjoyment of the meet-- j FRIDAY, JULV 23. at a time which all civilization rec- - the purpose of dealing with the lng. It Is earnestly as vacation time. When old ' gar tariff question. Speeches were made by Mr. W. W. single four year term Is and young have an irreslstable de- to be hoped that Senator Broussaxd's Even a Browder, Hon. R. E. Leo Simmer-maFometlrues too long. sire for the out door life and when expectations may bo realized. The Dr. E. W. Ford, and Mr. good health demands It. Why should Treasury needs badly the revenue Taylor, along Une3 looking to Democrats arc now confessing that the country school house be vacant which will be lost when the tariff7 accomplishment of tho alms ot the free trade tariff measure is a during the winter days of Jan- sugar disappears. The cane sugar tho organization, the and all were well failura uary, February and March, when the growers of Louisiana, facing bank- received. Mr. J. H. Barnes, Beaver mind responds more readily than in ruptcy and ruin as the result of free j this the long, hot, drowsy days of July sugar, need badly tho restoration of Dam, was unanimously elected as , To the man out: of a 'job A Treasurer of the Association. ;for a prosperity, and August? At a time when the the tariff. "watchful wnitins" i So do the sugar beet that Is always just around the corner, boys can very rarely find anything growers of the Northern States need Vico President was selected from I Will help parents develop their sons into each precinct. Tho following were .must be tiresome. to do on the farm. Start the protection against the flood of beet added to tho Executive Committee: .the best typo of citizens and Christian schools not sooner than September, sugar that will pour into this coun- M. M. Bardwell, H. P. Taylor, R. E. Jf you want good roads in Ohio and give the boys a chance. try when tho European war shall Lee Slmmerman and C. M. Barnett. j gentlemen. lln patronage ia widely scat- county, help make the Good Roads have ended and beet sugar producAn Invitation to hold the next membership up to one Association I tered and conies from the beat homes in KENTUCKY, OH, KENTUCKY! tion shall be resumed on a normal meeting at Fordsville was unanithousand This Is the mark set by Are there any unselfish, upright scale. mously accepted and the date fixed the South. Incapacity is limited, there-- I the officers. Democrats, who know why they The consolidated organization in for Saturday, August 14. are Democrats, left in Kentucky? If Louisiana embraces the Louisiana fore, reservations should bo made early. tins movement nas gotten a It may ba the duty of the party In there are, they had better be get- Cane and Sugar Association, the Susplendid start and It should not he power 10 connect the jobless man ting to the front; they had better gar Planters' Association, and the Place your son in this select group of with the manless job, but how is It begin to bestir themselves; because American Cane Growers' Association. allowed to lag. Much Interest la boys. Write to be done, when the Jobs have all all of Democracy that is visible to The united body retains the name of being manifested. The following Is m a list of those who have become gone across tho sea? the naked eye seems to be a greasy the American Cane Growers' Asso- members of the Association and Why all this hot and laborious and tattered poster labeled "Democ- ciation. At its head, as president, is have paid their dollar as the nomia bullring of Charles A. Farwell, himself a cane nal fee: waste of words by Judges Blrkhead racy" nailed to For catalogue and information. Box A. fighting candidates for office grower and one of Louisiana's ablest Those who have joined tho Assoand Glenn,. Ringo and Tanner? men. who are much too busy with their business Under President ciation and paid the fee of one dol"Bob" Slack will be elected Circuit Judge and Claude Smith Common- own agairs to concern themselves FarwelPs administration the inter- lar, to date, are as follows: about the party, which, under these ests of the association are certain to Heaver Dam Otho Dexter, W. O. wealth's Attorney. conditions, is riding through the be pushed with vigor. He will have Llles. Vilas Peters, J. D. Williams, of SOO. 000,000. Germany and ner ot three active "The candidacy of Mr. Earl Hunts- Primaries for a fall In the Elec- the I. V. Fentress. Luther Chlnn, E. R. allies on the other L. M. Soiat, of Dorcey-villman for Clerk Court of Appeals is tion. Taylor, Richard H. Taylor, Martin tory of 6.000.000 squ Iberville parish, who was for- Flener, Travis N. Davis, Fred Stan- and a population of 150,000,000 per The day fixed for the primaries very favorably considered by Ohio county Republicans. Allen county, Is but three week3 away. Betveen merly president of the Sugar Plan- ley. John Arbuckle, H. L. Leach, sons. Wedding the home of Mr. Huntsman, has al- - ' this and the day of the election less ters' Association at Baton Rouge; Carva Taylor, R. W. Kins, E. P. The dally cost of the war to the months intervene. F. R. Dickinson, Thibodeux, and Barnes. Wm. P. Neighbors, W. T. ten nations now taking part he places three wavs been a eood friend to Ohio than The Republicans are substantially Henry N. Pharr, Iberia parish. Jo- McKenney. Z. W. Mitchell, F. O. Ba- at 169.000,000 marks ($42,250,000) county politically. Is there disinterestedness seph B. Chaffee, of New Orleans, is rer, Virgil Craddock, Luther Llles, and ho estimates united. that up to tho firnl It is a waste of time for the Dem- enough in Democracy outside the the secretary, and the executlvel 1. P. Trout, John L. Lallihger. B. of April the total cost ot tho war was FLORIST to save the final committee is made up ot W. B. F. Cooper, T. E. Cooper, H. L. Rum- 40,000.000,000 ocrats to raise the one term pledge riot of marks ($10,000,000 on Wilson. .'.There Is not the least day. Bloomfleld, Ernest Burguierres, Jno. mage, M. D. Hudson, R. P. Taylor, 000). Italy again excepted, Maeonlc Tomple ho placed danger but what he will comply with Such an aspect In the contempla- M. Caffery, D. W. Pipes, C. S. Mat- Dr. P. T. Willis. E. J. Tllford, Earl the annual cost of such a war at $15,- OWENSBORO. KY. the Baltimore platform, and only tion were bad enough. But there is thews, J. C. LaBourgeoIs, Charles Chick, D. E. Austin, D. C. Porier. 000.000,000. hold the Presidency one term. The In the Immediate present yet an- Godchaux, Jules Godchaux, E. J. Chas. C. Watts. B. F. Hudson, Dr. J. It would take 6,000,000 of tho voters will see to that. other aspect which Is still worse. An Gay, Damas Moersi, C. D. Kemper, O. McKennev. T. J. Mulhall, J. H. huge 1,000-mar- k bank notes to pay honest Democracy rooted in Demo James D. Hill G. Ross Murrell, Eu- Williams, W. C. McKinney, R. Ci Our Democratic friends used to cratic principles could stand and gene Pharr, Leonce M. Sonlat, Ed F. Hocker, Thomas Barrass, John H. this cost, and these notes, stacked up one on top of the other, would make charge that under a Republican tar- survive Many defeats. Dickinson and Henry N. Pharr. defeat Barnes, C. P. Austin, Frank Barnes. a pile 20,000 feet, almost four miles, iff we were taxed "from the cradle Democracy divided by factions and Mcllenry Richard H. Shelley, W. In height. In gold this sauio sum to the grave." Well, the present debauched by misleading were not High Cost of Sugar. O. Barnes, J. E. McKinney. Wm. would weigh 24,000,000 kilograms Democratic tax laws go further than worth saving. Sugar has been selling at a higher Vaughn, J. E. Dempsey, Mrs. Mollle That peril at this (52,912,800 pounds) whereas the enthat. They have placed a tax on moment most seriously menaces cost to the American people since Ellis, A. P. Hammons, Roscoe Plr-tl- e, tire gold production of tho entire marriage license and on the necessa- Democracy in Kentucky. Mr. Wat-ters- the twenty-fiv- e cent reduction in Tar E. P. Rogers, Guy Stateler, world during the past 500 years ban ry papers required to.'be filed In orTnylor Mines J. J. Reld, T. M. in the Louisville Courier-Journa- l. iff was placed on the raw material amounted to but 15,000,000, kiloder to secure payment on a life Insurthan it was with a Protective Tariff. Llles,. M. M. Bardwell. M. A. Hud- grams. ance policy. That is some taxation, From the above wall It would seem Notwithstanding the fact that war son. Tho daily war costs for tho Gorand begins before the cradle and that the almost certain election of a is going on In the sugar producing Dundee W. S. Dean. man Empire he places at 33,000,000 extends beyond the grave. Hartford J. R. Pirtle, R. E. Lee marks Republican State ticket In Kentucky countries of Europe in the past nine ($8,250,000) and only forty billion pounds have Slmmerman, A. R. Carson, Rowan this fall leads Mr. Waterson to de- months one-ha-- r. Stanley M has named several clare that Democracy Is not worth been Imported. At the same time Holbrook. W. N. Stevens, S. O. days of this conflict cost as much as GUARANTEED SERVICE War ot candidates whom he says he would saving. Let us hope it may not be the revenue to the Government has Keown, E. P. Moore, H. D. Ross. C. the whole Franco-Prussia- n One hundred per cent cost to England exclulike to have nominated along with so bad,' Colonel. The State has decreased nearly twenty millions. 0. Hunter, Ed. Shown. A. E. Pate, value. Special work for W. him. Among others he names Mr. gone Republican just half the time With a further reduction ot the Tar- C. T. Smith, Ozna Shults, H. P. Tay- sive of the colonies, Is about the O. W. same, and three months of this war Edwards, of Louisville, of in the last twenty years. Democra- iff on sugar the American grower lor, S. L. King, W. C. Blankenshlp. cost W. F. STEVENS, Great Britain as much as the the millionaire distiller James B. cy may survive the coming defeat. cannot compete with the former B. F. Rice; H. E. Mlschke, Ben W. R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. Boer War, lasting two years and he would be a Wathen. growers, and millions of American Taylor, Dr. J. W. Taylor, H. E. She does not deserve to win now. Representing Continental seven months. good man to have along on the capital will become idle, the people Brown. C. M. Barnett, Marvin Bean, tle moro daily. France spends a lit Marble & Granite Co. Stanley ticket, when the cash is pay more for sugar and the E. E. Blrkhead, W. S. Tlnsley, J. B. will DIDN'T PUBLISH THE NEWS. needed. However, what will all the Last Friday night Messrs. Ringo Government will be fifty millions out Tappan, Ernest Woodward, McDow-e- ll other candidates say about this slate A Fogle. W M. Heflln, l. F. gaining in any way. The making by Mr. Stanley. We notice and Tanner, the Democratic candi- withoutwill pay double price for su- Lowe, W. E. Ellis, J. L. Brown, Attorney, people FOR FLETCHER'S the name of our own "Gabe" Likens dates for Commonwealth's gar. Higher price for tho sugar and Dr. E. W. Ford, W. W. Browder, H. does uot appoar in the list of favor pulled off the warmest meeting at the an average of fifty cents for every B. Bean, E. O. Barrass, J. H. B. ed ones named by Mr. Stanley. Does court house, in Owensboro, in all the man, woman and child in the United Carson, Her & Black, and "Cash." ji in Likens float too high and dry tor the political history of Daviess county. States per year In making up the m IN o tire to TcacherH. meeting had been advertised by The company? Farm For Sale. deficiency. Bartlesvllle An examination will bo hold In Mr. Tanner, as his appointment and revenue Eighty acres of good land containSTOP AT Inviting Mr. Ringo (Okla.) Independent. The Owensboro Inquirer, which "for men only," ing dwelling, barn and other out- Hartford, on July 31st, 1915, to dem termine tho appointment of students represents itself to he the chief sup- to be present. There are two allegbuildings, situated on Hartford and The Wur Embargo. port of A. O. Stanley In this district, ed dally "newspapers" published in Rockport road. Well ami spring on to the State University for this schoTne importers are pressing the ad- farm. Church and schoolhouso near. lastic year. Tho examination will let out a wall this week which looks the city of Owensboro. We are Inmighty like it Bees defeat for Its can formed that both of them had repre- - ministration to do something that For price, terms, etc., call or address be' written ami will erabraco tho fol- 1 lowing subjects: American History didate. Tho Inquirer pretends to be-- sontatlves present, but, strange to the administration cannot possibly BARNETT & SON, Agts. and Civics, .Algebra, Piano Geo mo-tr- y, Hove that tho Republicans In their 'say. not one word about this meet- - do. That is, to remove the shipping 34tf Hartford, Ky. English, Latin and Gorman. "strongholds" are going to ask for lS appeared In either newspaper (7) embargo created by war conditions Democratic ballots in order to vote We all have some Idea as to what a so as to permit Europe to resume In Kstlmutea 21,770,00 Men At Wur. Said examination Is open to all per FRANK ECKERT, Prop. Berlln.July '.".. In Justification of sons between the ages of 14 and 24 for McChesney and thus nominate meeting for "men only" means. We full the volume, ot Its exports to tho Sincerely yours, for the Democrats a weak candidate. are informed that these candidates United States. Of course, the ad- the superlative adjectives that aro years. H. H. ECKERT, Mgr. OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. Hasn't tho editor of the Inquirer hurled the hottest shot, represented ministration cannot do this. It can- applied to the prosent war, William in ense enough to know this Is Impos by tho English language, and back- - not persuade, much less force, Great Mlchaells has compiled figures 1 11 Up. European Plan Tariff and Politics. her policy ot Ovor Land and Sea, showing Just ible. JCnowu Republicans, or per- - e- - by numerous affidavits. The do- - Britain to abandon Hero and there you hear nroiul- nons registered other than Demo- - bate abounded in charges and coun- - keeping German and Austrian com- how big the war is. He estimates that 21,770,000 men nent Democrats remark that lhoTir- crats, cannot vote a Democratic bal- ter charges during which tho He merce off the sea. It is doubtful It lot in the primary, if objection is was passed back and forth, time Professor Wilson would want to do stand opposed to each other 12,- - iff should be taken out of politics. raised. Besides, iu tho Republican and again. The entire city police it If be could. As things are going, 820,000 on the side of the A!!te3 and Yes, that would be a fine thing for We Knock the Spots Out of Things "strongholds" they have tholr own force was called out but was unable with Importations materially reduced 8,930,000 for Germany, Austria and the Democratic party. It la evident to copa with the situation. A mes- the war emborgo Is operating as a Turkey. On the naval side, his es- -, that since tho second trial at a Fro- 'ii ot contests for the local offices, and Trade program In 20 years those Will have no destro to vote in the senger was dispatched to Camp Tan- partial antidote to the Underwood tlmates are as follows: Tariff. And certainly Germany gentlemen are beginning to neo tho Democratic primary anyway. Since dy Ellis to ask aid from the State Free-Trad- e Allies, et al. "handwriting on the wall." They',. Stanley has been so foolish as to Guard, but some one at this juncture the administration needs something , , . y ea and Pre88ed ,n 113 56 are coming to recognize that tho i name a slat for himself, there aro thought of the Fre Department, and to take the curse off that business- - Line ships ' Superior Manner, I When importers Big cruisers, xuiir. .in nnt ,n. the entire force was ordered to the wrecking measure. program Is bad bui.inn 17 Free-Trad- e manv Ttnnuhiir-nii87 . T'.HCmi us your Garment ..'.., they advocate tho, taking ot n nH u, best, domestic Industry thrives Small cruisers . , . 128 nose thrive 66 and now itard McChesney as the weakest can- - court house yard. A Them Is not Torpedo boats was thrust through a second story worst. The war embargo 704 358 the Tariff out of politics. Carroll-to- n illdate by a long shot. window and after ten mlnutea steady without Us bright side. Submarines Mo.) Republican Record. 179 40 CLEANED CLEAN THE COMMON SCHOOLS. stream on the two Democratic candl- 231 Miscellaneous 139 . Packages called for and delivered. per capita for the school dates for Commonwealth's Attorney, For Sale. The State Number new boats unknown. Tax Notice. year lias been fixed at $5.25, the the temperature was reduced, so that Ono good work mule. Call or adI have received the tax. boks and THE The area of the countries ranged ELITE PRESSING CLU1 highest In tho history of the com- - j the crowd could escape without dan-uio- n dress. against Germany, exclusive ot Italy, yon can pa yyour taxes by calling at gasses, school system In Keutucky. AN ger from tho asphyxiating E. C. GORMAN, A. Iva Nail, Prop. he finds to be 67,000,000 square kilo- - the office. u the term Is to ibe extended from which had been engendered by the j 52t4 Beaver Dam, Ky. S. 0. KEOWN, 8. 0, C, meters with an aggregate population "52tf UARTFOBD, KENTUCKY. H turd iteijuoiicuti. ls T; C In-wi- th ""Nntio .. I I ; n, Or-vtl- le Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. fac-tioi- 5 MATHENEY & BATTS r?,i;:,r: s: e, For Bedding Plants self-seeki- Decorations, Funeral Designs. Etc.. see TAPSCOTT, Is f lf 1870-71.T- son-in-la- w No-dou- bt, Children Cry CASTORIA When Louisville ECKERT'S 5th Avenue Hotel ,; , Ladies' and Men's .......... ' slx-lnc- t HH4M FAIR'S BPtBBV BVESmsBoISp femF jjBIm EM DOWN SALE AND ffj MiiJBSSBfctjByjiyffjMjP p TsArKm J ffQ cjjjbj twuliff "Jipi ln iTTAiGiill ? i 1 1 i ByBcBBJgBjlPBnSBBHrHBJBBHi35iwiSS?- - We must unload this enormous Summer Stock. Slash the price. Sell the goods during this Sale. The determination to sacrifice profits comes for your benefit a month earlier than usual and just at the actual beginning of sizzling weather. The very cool weather held purchasers back and compel us to do two and a half months business in July. In some instances you can stretch a dollar into a two dollar buying power. On many other articles the price will range d off. Price tickets on goods displayed and plenty of sales people will make your bargain shop-pir- g to one-hal- f from profitable, quick and satisfactory. one-thir- I A Great Price Shrinking Sale that will Save Money! THK CLOTHING STOCK MUST GO. Come and see our handsome lino of Men's Suits the famous Sterling Lino the very newest examples of summer weight fabrics, the latest In stylo and finish. These goods are strictly high grade The greatest stock of and we offer them at a gcnuluo reduction. good clothing In Hartford Is being placed before you during this CLEARANCE SALE at ridiculously low prices. Wonderful what splendid garments you can get for very little money. IT WILL PAY YOU TO ATTEND THIS SALK. CLEARANCE SALK SLASHES. 7.08 $1.00 Suits $12.50 Suits $ 113.50 Suits $10.1)8 , $15.00 Suits $13.08 $17.50 Suits v .$14.08 $20.00 Suits We have Sterling Hulls in all rcgulnr and odd sizes, stylish fabrics, tailored in extremely good fabric. MEN'S FURN8HING8. Here Is your opportunity to savo a great deal in buying Men's Furnishings. In this Clearance Sale wo have not overlooked anything, and big .bargains are to be found lri every' department of our will store. Everything for men a'nd boys that is new arid be found In this department. CLEARANCE SALE PRICES ON SII1KTS. brand. These Summer comfort Coat Shirts, Fcrguson-McKlnne- y very best goods and idcalS of comfort. aro.the c $1.(J0 Coat Shirts , 50o Soft Shirts 8c 50c Work Shirts A ItECOni) BREAKING SALE OK FINE SHOES. Wo are determined to sell more flno Shoes during this sale than has ever been sold by any ono concorn In Ohio county during the same period of time. In order to break the record wo are going to slash the prlco, We carry only high grado dependable Shops. You can buy at a greatly reduced price. Ladies Prlesmeyer Oxfords, Tan or Black, former selling prico $1.50 '$2.50, sale price only Patrician Oxfords, Tan or Dlack, regular $3.50 and $4.00 values, . $2.08 ?our special sale price $2.08 $4.00 Oxfords, special Ments $3.50 and Don't fail to. visit our Shoo Department, style's will please you, our prices will astonish you. UNDERWEAR. 80c $1.00 Bhort length Pants and sleeveless Shirts ' 75c $1.00 Union SultB 3Uc 50c Pants or Shirts ' WASH GOODS. 5c Fancy Lawns, special . CLEAN OUT SALE ON DRESS GOODS. 3 T c ' 7c Lawns, special price 10c Plain and Fancy Lawns r . .; ., 25c High Grade Organdies .".'.. '. . .1 50c Silk Mixtures 50 Pieces" Fancy White Goods, 25c values .'...'..- ?.. ? T. .," 10c Percal, special 16c Madras Cloth .."!..... y .'" , : ... 25c Fancy Madras v.,. . . .'. "....,.'... 10c Linen Suiting .. . 25c Fancy Linens .....' 5c ! 30c 10c 8c 10c 10c i Plain and Fancy Mohair mixtures,-- goods that we sell regularly at 50c per yard. Ideal goods for Skirts for Summer and Fall wear. This lot to close out at the astonishingly low price ot ' 1 per yard 25c 20 Pieces LADIES' COAT SUITS. One lot of Ladles' Suits of fine Worsteds, Serges, etc, In Navy, Brown and Black, values up to $20.00, sale price $4.98'- . .T. 8c 10c r LADIES' SKIRTS. One lot of Ladies' Wool Skirts, in Serges, Worsted, Blacks, Navies and Gray, former price $7.50 to $10.00 special choice .$3.90 ...... ?c SENSIBLE STAPLES. Tho kind you need for every day uso and the' kind that will give you lasting wear nead!' , Good Domestic, yard wide 5)$c .' , . 7 J$c Good Bleach ., ;.! . ..'.'.' Shirting Prints ... f4Hc High grade Prints, 6c values 5c .j. 0c Best 12 c Cheviots, special , 10c 20c Feather Tick, short lengths J '. . !,. ".....". . .30c 60c Bleach Table Linens . . . ... , ; '. . . ".'. '. '.' 15c 20c Table Oil Cloth Oc Good Apron Gingham M 7c Best 10c Gingham . . . . v. t "....,... 10-- 4 . ,. . Bleached Sheeting .25c y . .,'..'. 10-- 4 ....,.". Unbleached Sheeting .23c Don't pay. high prices for these every day articles. Attend this sale and savo money ,, . ...... ..... EXTRA SPECIAL BOYS' PANTS. Lot of youth's Blue Cottonade Pants, former price 60c, splendid ."''... . for school wear, good run of sizes 29c 1 ;;': EXTRA SPECIALS. - . - ' Head carefully our dally specials. 'Note the time, THE DAY, THE HOUR these sales come. Remember they last only 10 minutes or until closed out. To get these bargains you must come in person, have the exact change. NONE SOLD TO CHILDRENi Friday, July 80, from 10 to 10:10 o'clock (6) worth 60c, per set ....,., One set Ice Tea Glasses ., .loo Saturday, July 31, from 2:50 to 3:00 o'clock 35c, special '..-. these ridicuIt's the small things lously low prices: 2c Hooks and Eyes, per card Tt. .'. 2c ...... . . ; Pearl Buttons, (seconds) per dozen 4c Wire Hair Pins, per box .;...?.'.' .'.V. O. N. T. Spool Cotton. 6 for 25c 4c Shoo Laces, per pair ......". .i!V; '. 4c Best Brass Pins, per paper . , .'. -.. 4c Sansllk, per spool Oc Child's Hoso Supporters '.. . ,4c Safety Pins, per card 15c Ladles' 25c Collars, embroidered : 15c New Barrettes, J5e values Oc 50 dozen Child's Hose, 16c values, salo prlco NOTION SPECIALS. in life that count. Listen to good soft finish Muslin Corset Covers, sizes 36' to: 44, One lot ot Ladies' regular price lOc -f , Monday, August 2, from 10:50 to 11 One lot of Llnene Dresser Scarfs, with drawn work center and wheel effect border, size 19x51 Inches, actual valuo 50c, sale price, 10 minutes only at 10c Tuesday, August 3, from 3:00 to 8:10 Plated Ice Tea Spoons, sells everywhere One Bet' for 7 So per set ,. (6) Heavy Silver set, our special 10c Wednesday, August 4, from 10:30 to 10:40 One blue and white Granite Dutchess Kettle, with top, regular 60o value, our ,. , special , 10c Thursday, August 5th, 2:30 to 2:40-r-Olot of Drawn Work Linen Centerpieces, size 31x31, actual value 50a Only one to a person, special to you 10c ne .....'. BOYS' CAP SPECIAL Lot of Boys' Corduroy and Casslmcre Caps, regular price 25c, So each special to close out : 1 Friday, August O, from 3:00 to 3:10 Blue and White Enamel Lipped Sauce Pan, with a tin cover, 35c value, only 10c . v A Ten Per Cent Reduction on Every Article in Our House Not Adver- i s i r Remember the Date, July 30 to August 7. Read our circular. Note our specials for each day. Be preseiu auu icii yuur inciiua auuui uui uig ouc. f 4' X .'! . 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MOOHE, of Crittenden county, a candidate for the Repubfalse doctrine preached, and If day by No. 115 due nt Ellmltch 9: 20 n. m. night: American Note to Germany to C. C, R. P. Moore; Vlco C the score of 3 to 1. It was lican the European wnr ends before the n pitchers nomination No. 114 due nt Ellmltch ID p. m. W. W. Itlley; Prelate, 'II. R. Hrown; battle between Heneer nnd General Primary for Stntc Treasurer, Wilson Tariff Is changed we will find Thorpe. election August 7, Reiterate Formrr No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 40 p.m. Master of Work, McDowell A. Heneer getting tho best, i 1916. ourselves, In n short time, facing the Renecr wns Ar. Irvlngton . . 40 p. m. O. O., S. T. Harnett. Invincible In the pinches. Claims. same conditions that existed when Thorpe pitched Lv. Irvlngton . . 46 p. in. well although touch lc Messrs. Klngo nnd Tnnner, war broke out, facing and strug ed up the 40 p. in. Ar. Louisville . for 13 safeties, he kept them '" Clerk Court of Appeal- candldntes' for Commongling with tho same Tariff problems." No Ill Lv. Louisville . . 8 35 n. in. well scattered. Battery for Hock- We are authorized to announco Washington, July 21. The Unit Yes, and worse problems, too; for Ar. Irvington . .10: 0G n. in. wealth's Attorney, spoke to n stnnll ed States has decided to inform Ger when the wnr is over Europe will not port, Heneer and N. McDougall; Mc- - EAHL C. HUNTSMAN, of Allen coun-Henr- y, Lv. Irvington . .10: 40 n. in. crowd at Heaver Dam Tuesdny nfter- Thorpe and Thorpe. Fea- - ty, a candidate for Olerkv Court ot many that further loss of American buy of u h any more war supplies, and Ar. Ellmltch . , l: 04 n. m. noon. The speeches were tnmu nnd ' lives as the result of Gcrmnn sub- - will be too poor to buy of us any- ture of tho game, Heneer's pitching Appeals, general primary election as aroused no particular Interest, N. McDougall batting, getting 5 Aug. 7, 1915 everybody expected something wnrm. I marine warfare in contravention of thing like the qualities of any kind and M., II. & K. U. It. JIMi: TAIILH. tho principles of International law of exports which we have sold abroad hits out of as many times up. They nre filling appointments at n South Hound, No. 115 will be regarded as nn "unfriendly In normal peace conditions. Not onDuo nt Hnrlford Kor Circuit Judge. 8:45 n. in. number of points In the county this The County Fair. net." Tho discussion of principles ly thnt; Europe with n purchasing week. North Bound, No. Ill The time Is at hand for the season We are authorized to announce U. is virtually ended. The American power greatly diminished by the Im- of community, county Duo nt Hartford C: 15 p. in. and sectional W. SLACK, of Daviess County, a Government now will wnrn Oermany poverishment caused by tho war, fairs. Tho boys Not Ire. (Both "Mixed Trains.) are grooming their candidate for the Republican nomiWe have leased tho flour mill of of the Interpretation It will plnco ou will not bo able to consume anything pig, calf or colt; the girls and women nation for Circuit Judge, Sixth Jufuturq transgressions of American like the normal proportion of Its own are getting ready Havo the Hartford Mill Co. their needlework, dicial district. Genernt primary elecWire cloth nt S. L. King's. miller nnd us rights. a lirst-clus- s Industrial products, and will dump preserves nnd Jellies; the men nre tion Aug. 7, 1915. In tho new note tho United States vast quantities of the industrial sur- selecting soon ns we can get the mill thor- Mr. Perry "Keown wns In Owenstheir corn, oats, hays and ouglily rehaulcd nnd equipped, we nssumea thnt Germany already has plus on the American markets. With other crops and livestock boro the first of the week. for the exprinciple that passcn- - our own bars let down by the UnderWe are authorized to announco will be Ih position to do custom admitted the hibits. At the same time the various Mr. and Mrs. Sura Itender and son, grinding and do a general milling gers must bo removed to a place of wood Free-Trad- e Tariff, the United managements are arranging for the JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, Wednesday for Louis Peyton, left as a candidate for the nomination business. Give us n trial and wo safety beforo destroying an unresist- States must then face conditions far "special attractions." vllle. for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Diswill convince you that there Is no ing merchantman as a prize. worse than thoso which prevailed Where the community or county trict, subject to the action ot Uto Taking the position, therefore, Hint prior to the breaking out of the Eu- Dr. E. 11. Pendleton and daughter, better flour. The style of the new fair Is well managed It performs two Democratic party at y. MIh Mary, were In Owcnshoro the State Priwe the two Governments nre agreed In ropean war, business Is Ellis Flour Mill, or three definite services. It af- mary the first Saturday In August, will continue the Feed nnd Produco j principle, the United States views it id fords a few days of jolly recreation 1915. as Incumbent upon Germany to make Girls An Canncrs. and family buslnes nt our old stnnd. Dr, 11. F. Tlchenor for old and young, and to many on W. R. ELLIS & DUO. It4 her submarine practice conform with No better examples for conserva spent Saturday nnd Sunday in the farm comes as a sort of vacation. the accepted principles of interna- tion could be cited than the girls' can It gives the people of the county or We are authorized to annonnco tional law. Any deviation In actu- ning clubs that have been organized community Court Notes. opportunity for social HON. T. F. BIRKHEAD, a candidate Wire Cloth.nny width from 24 to vs. Druno Frey al practico resulting in tho loss of and instructed jn most of the states Commonwealth mingling, to get acquainted, and to for the Democratic nomination for 40 Inches, black and galvanized, at charged with having Intoxicating li American lives, It Is pointed out. of the South nnd Southwest. The les- swap experiences. It brings togeth- Circuit Judge in this, the Sixth JudiS. L. King's. quor in his posesslon for the purposo will be viewed as an unfriendly net sons of thrift and economy Impressed er a comprehensive exhibit of its ter- cial district. General Primary elecMr. nndMrs. W.W. Riley, Mr. and of gale, tried In County Court last upon the mlnds.of these young gjrls ritory's resources.insplrlng the whole tion August 7, 1915. Directors Meeting. Mrs. Marvin Unlrd were In Owcns-bor- o Friday, verdict of guilty and fined cannot fall to be of great benefit to population to greater and more InThe Hoard of Directors of the those of them that take upon them$100 and ten days In jail. It Is un- yesterday. telligent effort. derstood an appeal will bo taken to Hartford Tobacco Warehouse Co., selves tho responsibilities of keeping For Commonwealth's Attorney. When such a fair falls usually it Misses Huth nnd Flora Hlley, Dr. Circuit Court. If the verdict of tho nre called to meet nt the court house We are authorized to announco homes. The value of the Information Is because of a wrong motive somennd Mrs. Rlrey spent the day In lower court Is sustained the nine bar- - In Hartford, Ky., Saturday, July 31, given to the girls will not be confine-of Owenswhere. Most wrecks have occurred LAWRENCE P. TANNER, Monday. rels of wine which Is In charge of 1915, nt 10 o'clock a. m. boro, Ky., a candidate for the nomito the members of the canning clubs, on the rock of "money making." A Little Annie Mnurlno Alford left Sheriff Keown, will bo destroyed. J. It. WELLEU, Pres. but it will also help many mothers fair association Is organized and nation for Commonwealth Attorney Wednesday for Weaver Dam, where The following defendants have who have had meager advantages for stock sold on the promise of divi- ot the Sixth Judicial District, subnho will visit relatives. been arrested during the past week Power Farming. ject to the action of the Democratic the duties of preparing the foods and i and Miss Marlam Holbrook' left .Mon- by the Sheriff of Ohio county on warIt Is here. As soon as the farmer saving the surplus. Many of the club dends. Theare entertainments party at the State Primary the first premiums planned to allow a day for Fordsvllle, where sb-- will rants charging them with confeder- of tho Southwest Is personally con- members will be a messenger to carry Saturday in August, 1015. The whole Instiating and banding together for the vinced that the tractor does the work Inspiration to the home and it Is not margin of profit. visit Miss Alary Smith. Is looked on by its promoters purpose of Intimidating: Rugeno of tils mules, and more, he buys one difficult to see the Influence of such tution Mr. H. F Lowo"ls ln Dawson We are authorized to announce as a money making proposition and If the manufacturers are "up with work on society. Springs for a few days, to get the Allen, William Combs, Jerry Clark, is operated as such for its stockhold BEN D. RINGO, of Owensboro, Ky., Everett Webster, John Frank Daugh-ert- y their orders" so that they can supbenefit of the mineral water. The problem of saving the waste is ers, and the general public is not a candidate for the nomination for and Henderson Stearsmnn. The ply him. of paramount Importance. The prod- much interested in its success. Mr. nndMrsTSamHender nnd son, Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth examining trial of the defendant, A few years ago there were only ucts we permit to waste because of Peyton, nnd Mr. W. D. Itender, spent But it doesn't make money. Fairs Judicial' District, subject to tke action Jerry Clark, Is set for August 31, big tractors and enly the farmer with poor markets amount to an enormous the day In Owcnsboro Tuesday. never do. Its expenses may be less bf the Democratic party at the State of "Harrlsburg, 1015. The other defendants waived hundreds of acres could afford one. sum every year. Fruits and vegeta this year than its Income, but the Primary the first Saturday in AuMrs. Mary White,-Now there are small tractors that are bles are perishable and examining trial. the local mar- difference and more Is needed for gust, 1915. Ind will arrive Sunday to be the Idabella Daugherty Llndsey was In reach of a greatly multiplied num- kets can use only .a small per cent of Improvements next year. guest of Capt. and Airs. S. K. Cox. Fairs arrested by the Sheriff and brought ber of farmers, and manufacturers what Is produced annually. Canning ought not to be expected 'to make Mrs. James Lyons and" daughter, before Judge Wilson on the charge are promising tractors of still other For State Senator. is a means of conserving the foods by money. If they render the services MiuB Dorcas, and ..Miss Martha Pate of concealing the birth of her bassires .and capacities that will make saving waste.. That many farmers We are authorized to announce they are perform are visiting relatives In OwenBboro. THOMAS,. of Ohio County. -tard child. Examining trial Is set them practical for every farm re- have to availed themselves of the mentioned above ing a Function wortny or, perpetua- - JOHNH. gardless of the acreage. a candidate tor State Senator,-- 7tk Mrs. Sam .Anderson and son, Sam- for ! opportunity to save by canning Is sad - tlon An efficient tractor reduces the ly Mr. Gus St. Clair, Dundee, was uel, of Louisville, arrived Saturday Senatorial District, composed of true. By teaching the girls aud Fairs are and must be for the pub- - Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler cound to be the guests of relatives and declared to be Incompetent to man- cost of tilling the soil by glvlng the mothers where canning has nc sood. They are ln- age his business affairs, and Messrs. to one-hal-f. It Is on the job when ssjfcbeea practiced a chaaccto learn, ties. General primary election. Aug. friends. institutions thatbave tockhold-- . "Kodak, with jou'and bring II.' A. St. Clair and C. E. Miner were wanted, is tireless, not susceptible to the department of agriculture . .Take a under heat, cold or pestiferous insects, and lady agents is rendering valuable era solely for purposes of financing I Iinck the Ntory of your vacation. Ou appointed his committee. Any- pronounced and management. reuires attention and feed only when service. sale nt J. B. TAPPAN'S, element of selfishness in their manto announce We are authorized WoUoe. at worK. in addition to tne work a Hartford, Ky. 51t4 agement destroys their usefulness HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver 'The Ohio County Union A. S. of E., mule can do, It supplies power fer Mr. W. H. Moore, representing Dam, Ky., a candidate for State SenaBeware of Oimtaaeatt tor and cuts short their life. Is called to meet at the court house cutting feed, threshing and grinding Kentucky Wesleyan College .at Wintor in the 7th Senatorial District' comIn Hartford, Saturdny, July 31st, at grain, sawing wood, pumping water, Catarrh that Coataia Mercury chester, was here yesterday In the Some Sayings of Lincoln. prised of the counties of Ohio, Butas mercury will surely destroy the sense 10 a. m., to consider matters of very and other similar farm operations. of smell and completely derange the Republican Interest of his school. The plainest print cannot be read ler and Muhlenberg. By removing drudgery and adding whole system when entering; It through great Importance to the members. surfaces. Such Prof. D. D. Slade, of State UniS. L. STEVENS, Pres. interest the small tractor Is enor- the mucous used except on art loles should through a, gold eagle. Speech at primary election; Aug. 7, 1916.' never be "prescriptions versity, Lexington, Poultrymnn, was reputable mously increasing the desirability from will do Is physicians, as ithe 'damage Springfield, 111., June 26, 1857. ' HENHY PIItTLE, Sec'y. they ten fold to the igood you Wanting to work Is so rare an county agent, with W. W. Browder, and attractiveness ol life on tho can possibly derive from them. Hall's i For State Representative. Catarrh Cure, manufactured ty F. 3. event that it should be encourag--elast Thursday and Friday mingling New I.. II. & Ht. L. Folder. farm. It Is putting farming on the Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O., contains 'no We-arauthorized to announce Note to Major 'Ramsey, October with our poultry raisers. mercury, and We are In receipt of copy of the same progressive level with other In- - directly upon is taken Internally, acting W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs preblood and 'mucous sur17, 1861. Mrs. Shelby Hock died nt her home latest L. H. & St. L. H. K. folder, dustrics. It Is bringing to the farm- - faces of the the system. In buying Hall's Let not him who is houseless pull cinct, a candidate for the RepublicgenuCure be nenr Horton yesterday morning. It is a thing of beauty and truly rep- - cr'bqy all the fascination of smooth Catarrh Is taken sure you get the Internally and made In ine. It an nomination for Representative ot The funeral services and burial will resentutlve of the scenic Hue be- running efficient machinery, and is Toledo. Ohio, by V. J. Cheney & Co. Tes- down the house of another, but let Ohio county. Primary election Sattimonials free. work diligently and build one y nt Hopewell tween Louisville and St. Louis. A nlready beginning to hold our young Sold by Druggists. Price '75c per bottle. him take plnco Take Hall's Family Pills tfor constipation. for himself .thus by example assur- urday, Aug. 7, 1915. church. natural beauty spot on tho line be- men on tho farm. ' ing that his own shall be safe when Jm nnd Owensboro, Mr. E. P. Harnett Is very ill nt the tween Louisville AVnr And Why. built. Reply to New York Work-Ingme- n, We are authorized to announce CASH PRICES. homo of Mr. Joseph Thomasson, Hock Haven, is faithfully portrayed The first wars were fought for March 21, 1864. L. L. EMBRY a candidate for tho sur- ou onu of the pages. It contains nenr Hellln, nnd not expected to IJest quality Mixed Paint, any food. Men are not flattered by being Republican nomination for Repres vive his present Illness. Ho has a splendid map, and many items of color, $1.40 per gallon. The second wars were fought fr shown that there has been a differ- entative from Ohio County. General general Interest to patrons of the dropsy of the benrt. Pure Lead Sc per pound. revenge. ence of purpose between the Almigh- primary election Aug. 7, 1915. ePure Linseed Oil 70c per gallon. Miss NcTll- Twediiell, "who has lino. The third wars were fought for ty and them. Letter to Thurlow All kinds building Material very women. been the guest of relntives 'hero, reWeed, March 15, 1865. To Wheat Growers. For Circuit Court Clerk: low. turned to her homo In Calhoun WedThe fourth wars were fought for Tho better part of one's life conShingles $3.25 religion. We are authorized to aunounce All who want to dispose of wheat Extra nesday. She was accompanied by sists of his friendships. Letter to OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate' for wet or dry bring or send us sam- per 1,000. Miss Gertrude Schlemmer. The fifth wars were fought for Joseph Gillespie, July 13, 1849. Sewing Ma- conquest. CirAlso 39 second-han- d ple of one halt bushel ou or beforo I want In all cases to do right and the Republican nomination foe The members of Company II nro ot chines, some good an new, from $1 The sixth wars were fought for most particularly so in all cases with cuit Court Clerk at the general priexpected to arrive In Hartford nt August lBt. Also state number mary election Aug. 7, 1915. you have for sale. We will to $10.00 each. aggrandisement. women. Letter to Miss Mary Ow.0:15 this evening. Owing to the bushels by August 3rd to HARTFOHD MILL CO. The seventh wars were fought for ens, August 16., 1837. nnd bad camp conditions, they be In n position rnln you a price. ' There is no grievance that is a fit We are authorized to announce t liberty. bnvo not hnd as enjoyable outing as make Must Face Worse Condition. ELLIS FLOUH MILL, It4 for all of most of these things, save object of redress by mob law. Ly- CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the usunl. At Hartford Mill Co. Old Stnnd. In Ills reniarkB at a lunchheon giv the last. The Dallas Democrat. Republican nomination for Circuit ceum address, January 27, 1837. The Republican candidates for Ciren him by the Chamber ot Commerce The severest Justice may not al Court Clerk ot Ohio County, General cuit Court Clerk have all stood the Mysterious Chimney Swift. of Harriaburg, Pa June 18, Georgo Civilizing The Blueberry. ways be the best policy. Message to primary election August 7, 1915, ncceHsnry examination nnd have cerThe blueberry hitherto known on- congress, July 17, 1862. been learned uuuut -- . a W. Perkins emphasized the fact that by Much has tificates of qualification signed country Is now ly as a wild fruit will soon be offerIt in your own judgment you can Judge Dlrkhead and Clerk E. 0. migration but much yet remains to such prosperity as the We are authorized to announco following Is one having Is to a considerable extent on ed to gardeuers. not be an honest lawyer, resolve to WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate bo learned, and the Darrnss. false basis; a prosperity "built up It will appear as a cultivated plant be honest without being a lawyer. most curious und interesting a for tho Republican nomination for Miss Corinne "Roger, who has of the at the expense ot our fellownien who this novelty being derived from Notes for a law lecture, July 1, 1850. Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. guest of Capt, and Mrs. S. of the unsolved problems. The chimbeen the suffering under the affliction of seeds and cuttings of a faw wldoly ney swift Is one of the most abund- are I have said nothing but what I am General Primary August 7, 1915. K. Cox and other relatives, returned n bushes found willing to live by and, If it be the birds of Eastorn the frightful European war and who scattered, large-fruite- d Wednesday. ant aud to her home In Elkton. United States. With troops ot fledg- are so situated that they must of ne- by long search among the hills of pleasuro ot Almighty God, to- - die by. She was accompanied by Miss Mary , Wo are authorize! to announce winged prey as cessity come to us for the various New England. Hall, Address In Independence j lings catching their Warren Collins. CARL M. TAYLOR, ot Prentiss preThousands of the improved blue- Philadelphia, February 22, 1861. they go, and lodging by night In tall wares we have to sell." This, said Mrs. Trimble Pendleton"wlll leave chimneys, tho flocks drift slowly Mr. Perkins, is a kind ot prosperity berry plants are now being grown In Towering genius disdains a beat- cinct, a candidate for the Republican the first of the week- - for Kutawa. South joining with other bands until which Americans do not altogether the government greenhouses at en path. Lyceum address, January nomination for Circuit Court Cerk ot Ohio County. General Primary' where she wjll visit her mother, on the northern coast ot the Quit enjoy. They would be willing to re- Washington, and the fruits of some 27, 1837. Saturday, August 7, 1915. Mrs. Cook. She will later be Join- of Mexico they become an Innumer- linquish it If by so doing the dread- of them are as much as s Every blade of grass Is study. who ' ed by Mrs. E. B. Pendleton, Agricultural address, September 30, they disappear. ful slaughter In Europe could bo ot an inch in diameter. able host. Then We are authorized to announce will accompany her to her home in Did they drop Into the water or hi- stopped. But, "when that day comes 1859. House and Lot For Sale. New Mexico. nothing In malice. What ANDREW THORPE.of McHenry n as was believed we will fllnd ourseles confronted with I shall do bernate in the mud, We have for sale a lot contain- I deal with is too vast for malicious candidate for the Republican nominaMr. J. wTMarksTwho is at pres- of old, their obliteration could not tho problem ot doing bustness under Every well ing acre in old Fair ground ad- dealing. Letter to Cuthbert Bullitt, tion for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio ent located at Toccoa, Georgia, In be more complete. In the last week the Wilson Tariff. County. General Primary election the employment of the Southern in March a joyful twitting for over- informed business man knows that dition on the pike, with 5 room cot- July 28, 1862. August 7, 1915. Railway as civil engineer, arrived head announces their return to the before this war broke out we had tage, good barn and all buildings. downward Fine well of water. About 60 young Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment place gathered considerable home yesterday and will be, the guet gulf coast, but their bulla to bear. We are authorized to announce, 8, of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. during the Intervening Ave months momentum in the business world un- fruit trees beginning "Last winter I used Chamberlain's der the Wilson Tariff; (hat had it not Would be a fine location for some Liniment for Rheumatic "pains, stiff-ne- w P. MeKINNEY, ot Beaver Dam, as Marks, for a few days. U still the swift's secret. been for the war we would by this one desiring to take advantage of and soreness of the knees, and a candidate for the nomination for The relatlveiTof Capt. W, E. Ben time have been flat on our Industrial County High School. Terms reason- can conscientiously say that I never Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the a stroke ot nett, who suffered backs because, ot, the, Wilson Tariff;. able. used aaytblng that did me so mveb actien of ytte DeneeraW ot Oslo P. I., several weeks which BARNETT ,4 SON, good' Bdward Cratt, Elba, N. Y. county, at the General Primary cleo jUjUjrtp received wb'rf thathe baas' 'gJVif us this 'Tariff Is proclaiming ' w tlpn, August 7, m&. Hartford, Ky. Obtainable everywhere. to Ban Francisco, and . 2. that the war nnd not the Wilson Tariff caused tho acuto business troubles of recent months, and thnt If It were BASE BALL DOPE ANNOUNCEMENTS. Fo-Kl- e; ' Dein-ocrnt- I ed ro ! to-da- y. . one-thir- 5; nb&.j d. - Star-A-St- ar best-know- seven-eighth- paraly-UjMar-llinU- Children Ory fJ.lreWt C'ASTWLA ' 110 ' uLkimh.LtitM- - f" W pr aatsag&tawmatlBIIJ - !! H " B l & -- 8 P gill u g) (H a O J 22 fl J EL nil ? :: IT iflH IHIH u LJ i JSP . v2 o 5 d p a -- 0 d O . 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J rt O co -4 --i " C 01 K'SJ . -- K K 5j " a cl a rt " W 01 W ty 41 o O 15 i 0 J3 a H , . rt a a a c a a a a a So to " 01 BJ ooo x 0 . O ."?. .'jj O "O o sa oc Of C2 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 O t0 tt k4444444AA4A44444J44444"4Vt44' 1 Wit of Election Officers for Aupit avorago of C2.39 Inch! The StiRar the American people long slnco Primary, 1015. Tho native American Vvy of correct. ceded to be In 1912 there were 76 beet sugar Hartford W. N, Stevens, J.; American born parents averaged 02,-3- 8 government i:at The United States HOTEL or Inches, the English, Scotch In the United States, lo- - W. E. Derry, C.J E. P. Barnard J.; ends Us fiscal year creditably If not , factorial Irish C2.21. the Russian, Polish or emeu in canteen ouura. in a., a a Frank Ulack, S. brilllantly. Law Attorney purchased 4,800,000 V. Ilartfonl Elijah Robertson, Bohemian CI. 87 the Jewish 00.93, During the twelve months expen- these factories tons of beets, grown on 480,000 acres J.; Hooker Williams, S.; C. M. Bar- - the Italian 00.30. HARTFORD, KT. ses exceeded revenue by $53,864,000, 1,200,- The composite average of all the manufactured .WASHINGTO) Will praoltia bin pruteavloa te UWt? MR but the Income tax collections proved of land and (100,000 tons of white nett, J.; V. S. Tlnsley, C. 000,000 or J. Tlnsley, J.j Dudley girls wns less than thnt of tho liojs, and avljomlng counties. CounuerassJ largerlarger than had been anticipat sugar and we havo over ; Westerfield. C: W. H. Humphrey. J.: but they were a fraction heavier and Criminal Practice a Specialty. ed, collections from import duties granulated .. -. than the boys. The Ilusslan, Polish a i ;nn.nnn.ooo acres of sucar or beet n n cv,n- " """ " arc increasing siowiy aim mumm '. West. .Snlpliur Springs- Lafc Weller. J.: and Bohemian girls were the tallest. revenue recelnts arc holding their growing land In the I If you will keep the Republican Tlco Ua(Cr s.; Ellis Mitchell, J.; The German girls were the heaviest. bal- own. There Is a comfortable power and suppress all such A. W. Mldkiff, C. good hottte In the treasury, and there will party In ance 'In a city where An Kny, Pleasant Inatlc. Law as tho Evening abound, the Powhatan bead Ux Lee Miller, J.; Honda Miigiui be no need to sell Panama bonds at free trade Journals " Ono or two of Dr. King's Now Life llat. HARTFORD, KY. Post, we will soon be producing all Miller, C; J. H. Helton, J.; A. C. this time, and the close of the fiscal It It first 'ln"thtbeart el Its Pills with a tumbler of water at sugar In this country that we Daughn, S. M(Ohhb. tmd C. ftV V. II. Darin countrymen. year Just begun should show this tho night. No bad, nauseating tnsto; no consume, and will never be at the Smith annoiuioe th.it Uwy Iuvefoniar Cromwell Warren Taylor, J.; K. belching gas. Go right to country In a good position financialbed. Wnkc The C. Stewart, S.; Dyer Davis, J.; Tom mercy of a foreign country. a p&ruitrohln fur the goitera! prnc-Uc- e ly If proper economy Is shown by up In the morning, enjoy a free, easy Kentucky Sun. of law, exotpt ciiluilual and dlvor Hosey, C. Congress when It meets In December. bowel movement, and feel fine all Cool Springs cased, Mr. Smith Ixiliig County AttorJ. N. Herrymnn, J.; day. Dr. King's New Life Pills are An Associated Press dispatch from ney is prxiveuted fruui priuaulctng ucJs II. A. Taylor, C; Luther Raines, J.; sold by TireI, Arliing Muscles I,cllccil. Washington, after referring to the all Druggists, S6 In an origimean Neoplils Taylor, S. ccaeos. Mr, iiariuw will 1 till v dually Hard work, flnanclnl exhibit as shown at the end package, for 25c. Get a bottle nal l 'stiff, sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment L. G. Ha den, OCtlca North Itockport aocuK such practice of. the year, says: enjoy this easy, pleasant Hartford Republican bulldlug, Hertappar- - 'lightly applied, n little quiet, and J.; W. J. Hoss, S.; J. T Carter, J.; Trie Towhalsn it telmeJ, "With the end of the war 2 Inxatlve. elusive, and' restful. Its excelford, K- cntly remote, It Is well known that your soreness disappears like magic, J. I. Hosick, C lent location on Pennsylvania helped like your - "Nothing ever W. D. Shull, J.; Itockport Avenue, 18th and II Streets. South many Treasury officials are convlncmaVes it a desirable headquarI can never thank S. C. Hunter, C; J. H. Miles, J.; J. ed that it will be necessary for Con- - Sloan's Liniment. T. VVAhBHTIIVTION ters lor bridal, couples, tourist IVl'lni'. MAIITIt parlies, conventions, Schools and ('roiimrll, Ky lliirt'uril, Kjr. cress to restore the old duty on su - you enough," writes one grateful 1. Hosick, S, , colleges. Select C. W. Ranney, J.; G. N. gar at the next session. Sugar goes user. Stops suffering, acnes nnu The Powhatan attracts the STRATTON & MARTIN people of culture and education, Operated by Baize, S.; J. W. Duvall, J.; Wade on the free list next year, whereas 'pains. An excellent counter-lrrltnn- t. lis. proximity to State, War and Attorneys at Law Navy Departments, also to many In the days when it paid duty it better and cleaner than mustnrd. All Baize, C interest, points of historical - Druggists, 2Cc. Get a bottle CROMWELL, - KY. Horse Brunch T. N. Daniel, J.; Hotel Company broucht In a revenue of about $60, makes this hotel especially atv T)i nf) wan 11 tVl t ti rr lalttlmtl discriminating pubWill practice Uu-l- profession in this tractive to John Keith, C; C. V. Christian. J.; 000,000." lic aud djolulug counties. Collection!!, Under New Management Vernon Crowder, S. Under the Underwood bill, the duThe Powhatan offers room Commercial aud Criminal Practice with detached bath at 11.10, Iloslnc R. P. Likens, jT; R. H. ty on sugar was reduced and the reWhat Our Country Is. 12.00 and up. Rooms with priT. QUISENBERRY. Specialty. Prompt aud vigorous' vate bath, S2.S0. SI 00 and up. duction was made effective at once. Have you not learned that not Rains, S.; E. G. Atchison, J.; E. F. service- - Notary In office. Write for booklet with map, was then provided that sugar stocks or bonds or stately houses or Liles, C. per Day Rates $1.00, $1.25 ami 91.50 It CLIFFORD M. LEWIS.. K. Beater Dam W. B. Taylor, J.; should come In free after three years' lands or products of mill or field arc Meals 2fi Cents. Manager. time. our country? It is a spiritual R. T. Taylor, C; J. R. Williams, J.; In the city for the money. Best It seems plain that the duty on thought that Is In our minds. It is W. M. Baldwin, S. Em AV. Beater Dam R. H. Barnes, J.; Special attention sugar should be restored, to contin- the flag and what it stands for; It is to the traveling ue at least so long as the war does. the fireside and the home; it is the Otho Dexter, S.; Gordon Young, J.; ' nil 111 If. It is an open question if it would not high thoughts that are In the heart, I. S. Mason, C. and TRADE.MARHB trwmly oVi'wd in McIIenry L. W. Hocker, J.; L. L. all cvuntrira, vr no If. ti.vliu.n PATCNT8 be wj6er to restore the sugar duties born of tne inspiration which comes OWENSBORO.KY. The most economical, cleansing and THAT PA'L a.tnii U..m tLorrxj. at mr Stewart, C; R. P. Beck, J.; W. L. continue them permanently. and t )nH, ana iip juu u iicrfK of the story of the fathers, the margermicidal of all antiseptics is HnJ iralrt. (.notour skrtrb for ritCC A sugar duty is not in contradic- tyrs to liberty; It is the graveyard Fisher, S. rrrl en itnutllltr. j,r" iretl.-- SUR- Centcrtoun Lee 'Warden, J.; W. a tariff for revenue only. It Into which our grateful country has tion to passing ntrc'icNccs. jmok on iTonubi I'strnta writ lo affords a modicum of protection to gathered the dust of those who died. E. Ashby, S.; J. M. Bishop, J.; I.on B Savsnth Btrsat, growers In the West and cane Here in these things Is that thing Carter, C. beet wwwnnimTOW. C3. B. growers in Louisiana, but the amount we love and call our country rather Sinallhaus W. M. Addington, J.; A soluble Antiseptic Powder to of sugar required by this country Is than anything that can be touched or Louis Fulkerson, C; James King, J.; be dissolved in water as needed. M. P. Maddox, S. so much larger than this country handled. Let me hold the thought As a medicinal antiseptic for douches can possibly produce that the tariff E. Fordsville E. A. Crowe, J : C. that we owe a duty to our country Succeed when everything else fails. In treating catarrh, lnflammct'c-- ' on eugar can be maintained because In peace as well as in war. Perhaps E. Miller, S.; OUie Cobb, J.; J W. In nervous prostration and female ulceration of nose, throat, and that of the revenue It produces. Evening never have we been so well equipp- O'Deli, C. weaknesses they are the supreme caused by feminine Ills it has no equal. remedy, as thousands have testified. W. Fordsville Isaac Keown, J.; Post. ed for war as now, and yet we have For ten years the Lydia E. Pinkham While the light holds out to burn never seen a time in our history J. B. Westerfleld, C; Joe Cheek, J.; FOR KIDNEYfLIVER AND Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtlne STOMACH TROUILE In their private correspondence with the vilest sinner may return, and the when our people were so smitten R. H. Perry, S. Tk . National Weekly k is the best medicine ever se!4 women, which proves Its superiority. Evening Post is the greatest old free with a love of peace. Benjamin Aetnavllle J. C. Haynes, J.; over a druggist's counter. Women who have been cured say Frank Reynolds, S.; W. S. Richards, trade sinner of them all, yet it had Harrison. It Is "worth its weight In gold." At to acknowledge the corn. J.; W. H. Phillips, C. druggists. FOc large box, or by mall. Shreve John Robertson, J.; Os You would not look for a stronger A Cough Remedy That Relieves. The Pazton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Until this year car Petty, C; Grant Pollard, S.; Ru-fstatement than the above In the Cllir's has beco It's prepared from the healing YOU Dowell, J. New York Tribune or the St, Louis sold at $5.50. Now Balsam, Tar and Honey all the price is $2.50 The Post did its Pine Olaton Henry Stevens, J.; A. W. mixed in a pleasant soothing Cough May, andwehavesreursxi to destroy the sugar industry, S.; J. "W. Myres, J.; M. S. PatOfele Coianiy $tet a conctMion w hereSyrup called Dr. Bell's terson, C. but it was forced) to acknowledge the by we can otftr If Thousands have benefited by its Circuit Court T. F. Blrkheaid. at a still further mistake in placing it on the free list. use no need of your enduring Buford G. Sam Holbrook, J.; that Judge; Ben D. Ringo, reduction in conW doubt, however, if it would annoying Cough or risking a danger-ou- b Forrest Bell, C; Walter Blair, J.; Treatment P. Mldkiff, Jailer; E.Attorney; W. O. Darrass. nection nith this, made the acknowledgment if Hudson, S. have r publication. Cold. Go to your dealer, ask Claude for WEAK Clerk; E. E. Birkhead, Master Comrv aHlllir Miller, VJ missioner; R. T. Collins, Truste J.; Bartlett's .Barney lis friend Mr. McAdoo had not been for a .25c. original bottle Dr. Bell's Special Offer to Our Readers. LUNGS or lury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, In sore straits for money to meet the Pine start using at once Clarence Patton, S.; Hosea Shown, Deputies S. A. Bratcher: Hartford. fact accumulating bills, and rather and get rid of your Cough and C; J. H. Davis, J. Kccotniiinc the arrat demand fur Ctlhtr't at CONSUMPTION office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown art the new price, we have made arrangements to Heflln W. A. Higgs, J.; Rufus than sell bonds as Mr. Cleveland was Cold. Glhnore Keown. Court convenes first i flcr it and nur own publication each one ear ,. 2 . If yu mention this paper we will send you Monday (or the price ol GaloVr'aalone. This u!imilrVlf forced to do, in addition to a war revWilliams, C; T. D. Owen, J. virgn In and k FREE( by maa a quick re.ef fof three weeks;February Mondojr continues offer and must be taken advantage oiitprompt)). third In April, Rlggs". S. bill, the Evening Post Is willing enue feeling, coughs, pains .mat tired, two Doctor's Office and Dwelling for Sale. What Yob Get 'a cnest, nignt sweats, nemorrnages, wealc tvto woeks; third Monday in October, to restore the duty on sugar. Ceralvo D. R. Helsley, J Burt weeks. We have listed for sale two acres Barnard, S.; L. A. KImmel, J. H. lungs or consumption. early as 1840 we produced in As CWflwr'a is the erne bis. independent, (carles County Court John B. Wilson, 10CK BOX 61S weekly of the wkolt rountrir. .Not on) is it the OHIO MEDICAL CO. fudge; W. C. Blankcnship, Clerk; this country a little more than 120 good ground containing doctor's of- Wood, C. C01UMBUS, 0. tood citirrn's handbook but it is alto a-- , C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. dwelling, all necessary magaiinc (or the whole family. Among tbot fice, JEtfJHQn pounds of, cane sugar, and Pt. Pleasant Arch Coffman, J.; things that a year's suWcription goes aici Court convenes first Monday lu each 2 wells water, 1 cistern A. B. Tlchenor, C; Nat Lindley, J.; we did not produce one ttt thai time month. 1000 Editorials Splendid location for Watt Taylor, S. OVCFt 65 YCArtS' Quarterly Court Begins on the Pound Of beet sugar. In 1860 we and orchard. 600 News Photo EXPERICNCC 2SO Short Artklea None within a radius of 231 mill- physician. first .Monday In every month. Ed. P. Foreman, J; Narrow produced a little less than ISOSbort Stori.. Court of Calms Con ones first Easy terms to right Alonzo Phillips, S.; James Carter, 100 niuitratrd Features ion pounds of cane sugar and not one Ave miles. Tuesday in January and first Tues2 CompUl. Novels. pound of beet sugar. In 1873 our party. Call on, or address J.; F. L. Sanderfur, C. day In October. Bali for cart & SON, Agts., Collier's $2.50 BAUNETT Ralph J. T. Henry, J.; Ronda cane sugar had dropped to 134 millOther County Officers C. S. Mox-to' Hartford, Ky. Wade, C; Walter Mldkiff, J.; John 34tf Surveyor, Fordsville, Ky., It. ion pounds and wo were producing Hartford Bepubllcan F. D. No. 2; Tom nines, Assessor, Raymond, S. n little over one million pounds of Trade Marks Ky.; Ozna Shults, SuperinOlaton, Designs J.; Prentiss J. B. Southard, beet sugar. In 1890 we were prom tendent. Hartford: Dr. A. U. llllov. 1 Copyrights 4c. SZ p Clarence Plrtle, S.; W. B. Wise, J.; ducing 301 million pounds of cane Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Benton, Anrono rending a ketrh nnd rieftcrtptlnn may affcrtniti nur opinion frco whether an lload Engineer, Ilartrord. sugar and nearly five million pounds O. E. Scott, C. Iqutriilr 19 prohnblf palrntnhle ronintiiiilrn. HANDBOOK JUSTICES' COURTS. Herbert Leonard J. Taylor, J.; set. Urea. Mt fluency for pcturmir unl'atcuts of beet sugar. In 1900 we were propatent. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday l'ati'ms taken tlirmiiili Jlunn & ducing 322 million pounds of cano Allison Haynes, C; G. W. Burden, rpttiui nonce, winioutcunruo, lulue Co. rcctlre er fill Moml.iv In 1Vfnpp.il Tnacil.v aft ..ri. COULD augar and 163 million pounds of beet J.; Grant Mldkiff, S. or 3d Monday In Juno, Tuesday aft-- 1 Scientific er ju .uonuay in September, Tues- i nugar, in 1910 we produced 728 millArnold P. L. Alford, J.; R. J. A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. T.r?est cirday after 3d Monday In Decembor. culation of uny nclcmtde journal. 1 enim. 13 a Stratton, S.; Mack Cook, J.; Clarion pounds of cane sugar and 1,009 yenri four niontM, fL tioM brail newsdealer". U A. .McDanlel. Ilocknort. Friday UeCALL PATTFDHH. Restored to Health by Lydia ence Arnold, C. million pounds of beet sugar. (or style, after 3d Monday in March, Friday k Celebrated nearly 40 perfect (it. simnlicitT snA reliability Uft.nn tlm Dn.mlil Inin nnrll' tnnl' years, hold in tiearl , tll'll IIIU McFarland, Geo. J.; MUNN&Co.3"B'"NewYork .vw.. Render after 3d Monlday in June, Friday ij E. Pinkham's Vegetable Bwc& Offlca. tSiYBU Waahlimloa, D. li lllf Ul'llVi... Jw.placed a every city and town in the Ul.it cJ Slates and after 3d Monday in Sontember. f Canada, or by mall direct. Mure told lhaa Claude Myers, C; Joe James, J.; L. charge of tho country and any other make, bend (or tree cata'Aguc. Compound. Friday after 3d Monday In De B. Loney, S. Jjjriff on sugar to protect it against McCALL'S MAGAZINE cember. More subscribers than any othet (aiMoss Simmon J. L. Southard, J.; Ed the importation of sugar abroad, we S. W. Leach. Cromwell. Wednesday Unionville, Mo. "I suffered from a mieat ins million a month. Invaluable. LaU were not producing n pound of beet female trouble and I got so weak that I Klrtley, S.; Geo. Tlnsley, J.; Q. B. est styles, patterns, dressmaklni;, millinery, I after 3d Monday In March,. Wed plain sewinp, incy needlework, haltdiesiinr, nesday after 3d Monday In June, sugar, but if you will watch repub, could hardly walk Brown, C. etiquette, pood stories, etc. OnlrW cents a ONE STAR Wednesday after 3d Monfday In San- year (worth double), including a free pulteta. lican tariff law, you will see the across the floorwith-ou- t teraber, Wednesday after 3d Mon- ' SubicriEe today, or send (or sample copy. AS GOOD AS IIOTTLED IN holding on to Industry, both cane and beet, WONDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS day In December. ... something. tn k I had 1JOND Delivered anywhere In til. .. .. . grow by leaps and bounds until in H. C. TIchunor, Centertown, SatI Dii new cash prize offer. Addrctt nervous spells and urday after 3rd Monday In each I the Middle West or East or 1910 wo produced 728 million pounds McCiU CO SU lo 2 W. S7Ui SU. NEW Y0U my fingers would any place in Kentucky for only month. For Infants and Children of beet sugar. ' If tho poor old free cramp and my face Wlnson Smith, Select. Tuesday trade Post could always have had Years would draw, and I In Use For Over after 2d Monday lu March, Tuesday be proits way, we would not y could not speak, nor Always bears after 2d Monday In May, Tuesday Either In Four Pull Quarts ducing one pound of beet sugar in sleep to do any good, the AND CURE after 3d Monday in August, Tuesor Gallon Glass Jugs. of Signature had no appetltc.and day after 2d Monday In November. the United States, and very little OKI Quality Is as pure and everyone thought I W. S. Dean, Dundee, cane sugar, we would bo at the mermellow as Whisky can be would not live. after tho second Monday in WITH cy of a foreign market for practicalMarch, Wednesday after lil Monday HelglitH and AVelglitu of IIojh. to take Lydia E. made. Distilled from tho finest ly all the sugar we consume, and us Some one advised mo Compound. In May, Wednesday aftor 3d Monday assuring that Pinkham's Vegetable I had selected grain, The Health Department has weighGermany Is the largest producer of taken so much medicine and my doctor in August, Wednesday after 2d Monwonderful aroma found only in day In November. sugar in tho world, and Australia said he could do me no good so I told my ed and measured 10,000 New York pure good WhUky that Is Ben F. Ulce, Fortdsvlllo, Tuesday PRICK the next in tho production of beet husband he might get me a bottle and I school children v.lio, from July 13, FOR especially sultablo for family On Cl.flA. after 2d Monday In March, Thurssugar, many of us would bo taking would try it. By the time I had taken 1914, to April 13, 1915, asked for Trial BatUa Fraai gLDB day aftor 2d Monday In May, Thursor medicinal purposes. aasaaaia innuwi wwuLUrlH.- IHUUBLCS. I? Ubaiviiiii.i-.h..I continued itsuse.and working papers ours straight, but for the glorious re- it I felt better. day after 2d Monday In August, IjmwMsj. Get our complete price list. or The boys of English, Irish Thursday after 2d Monday in Nosults of a Republican tariff law that now I am well and strong. XTAKANTEKD 8ATZ8FA0XOBn quanSpecial prices made in yuur Scotch stock weighed, on the average, vember. "I have always U MONXY BXFUKDKD. the poor old free trade Post has medicine ever sincerecommended I was so wonder- 102.44 pounds. They Ben W. Taylor, Ralph. Friday aft tities. were the been doing Its best to defeat. er 2d Monday In March, Friday after' fully benefitted by It and I hope this lightest of all In avoirdupois. & Co. In 1910 Michigan produced 93,934 letter will be the means of saving soma P. R. 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d The boys of Italian stock weighed Monday in August, Friday after 2d tons of beet sugar, Wisconsin 16,518 other poor woman from suffering. " Mull Order Department. Monday In November. tons, Colorado 129,882 tons, Utah Mrs. Martha Seavey, Box 1144, 104. 61 pounds. Owensboro, Ky. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. boys, of The native American & Co., tons, Idaho 17,861 tons, Call-tor- Unionville, Missouri. 42,187 P. R. Lancaster O. C. Martin, Judge; McDowell A. parents weighed 105.-6- 1 113,744 tons, all other 36,479 Owcnsboro, Ky. The makers of Lydia E. Pinkham's American-bor- n Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, moeuRED AND DCrtNDED. Sna model, I pounds. Enclosed find Marshal; Court convenes secortd Mondrawiutfuipboia.turaursaAriaaad(rMrviortkl Gentlemen: tons of 2,240 pounds to the ton. Yet, Vegetable Compound have thousands of JTrea aJVloa. now so eUaut patoau, tra4 luuAa,! above they tell boys of Germau stock weighday In each month. The , for 'which send me, 'exI up to last week tho Post has been such letters as that oBnata,Mc in 1 coumthifb. City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R. could not have bed the truth, else Wattigl wit ilmt.i qts.; Siltua JlrfttnUiall press prepaid. forever fighting on sugar. It was obtained far kvthey money. This med- ed 106.62 pounds. rm mrfmeni, vjt awvr T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treasor Those of Jewish stock weighed gals. Old Quality 1 Star. willing to destroy that great indus- icine U no stranger it has stood the Pitoat lit bfrhctnunt Prtctlc bcl.lirtlY. urer. Members of Council J. C. BenWrit or eoma so us as HOB.H)? pounds. well aB the cant test for years. Name nett, Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pat. try in the West, as U Stjktk Sam, aaae VatM SiatM ntaal Mas, I W. H. Gillespie, W, H. Barnes, C. M. The Russian, Polish or Bohemian Express Office saassaNBTeN. s. e. Industry of Louisiana, Just because If there are wit MUcatIoBi job hoys "weighed 108.13 pounds. They Crowe. tPostottce it belongs to the old Cobdeo Club do not w4erflta write to Lydia . Board Education J. H. Hartford were the heaviest of all. . (eeBldfHtUl) Mail Now. Cut 'Out free trade school, and could not, and rinklMMB Jtettettw B. Carson, Ch'm'n.'. C. M. Barnett, LTBa,M. letter will he opeaea", f, In the matter of height the Ger- Bee; E. W. Ford, Tress.; R. T. would not, surrender Its convictions rrad wi sj.Bfn.tTnB nt nltfn 'boys were the tallest, Mtto 'ato 4 J. D. Duke. of VcM 4a vtrkt MaMeace. wobub sa. a question that tbrce-fouTtA Dfftth ItJ Confession con-Put- lc. professional "OttoC. Martin at I powh .... jwiFred D.C. ', - CLorErWlU Barnes Attorneys at & Smith over-exertio- n, I to-da- y 1 Planters House y. ' , . ! Planters r I SPECIAL TO WOMEN Electric Bitters rorf-MOu- OS-BO- . Collier.'s ColljS First Time in Clubs- us Clone-Democr- at. Eraf WILL TAKE OUR Directory FREE & HsaVVlV Tar-Hone- y, ISaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBK run-dow- n CpJW. jjjffljra flmeiicnii. y, $2.50 THOUGHT SHE r XkMjX NOT LIVE VsaJtcSLy zvAmsyj vjy vmz&. 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You will not find an opportunity again this summer to get such extra quality goods at such low prices. Our stock being all new and serviceable, gives you an added advantage besides the low prices quoted. Pick out what you need, come in and let us show you. We will be glad to see and talk with you, whether you buy anything or not. Remember the date of Sale it lasts just so p long. And don't forget the place. MEN'S SUITS. MEN'S 85.98 87.08 - TWO-PIEC- E POHOS KNIT. I $8;60 Good Value -- 110.00 AH Wool Serge $li.00 Cashmere $12.60 Suits 15700 All Wool Serge lljT.OO All Wool Serge 2(T.OO All Wool Serge 76c Grade 50c Grade 25c Grade LADIES' UNION SUITS. 25c Grade 50c Grade LADIES VESTS 91.50 Silk, Blue and Pink, 36-3- 8 25c Cumfey Cut Vest 20c Grade 16c Grade 10c Grade ALL GRADES. slzo 30c 19c 87.98 8.8 f 10.98 11.08 f 12.08 -- 4 lt)c 3l)c LADIES' HOSE. $1.00 Silk Hose , $1.00 Phoenix, black nnd tan 50c Hose, black, whlto and red 25c Hose, blnck and whlto 1.11c Hoso for Ladles nnd Children, 25c quality T,c Quality , 10c Quality MEN'S SLIPPERS.. $5.00 $4.50 $1.00 $3.50 Black and Tan Black and Tan Black and Tan Black and Tan i ,'. 70c 70c aoc mc 10c nc gc . MEN'S PANTS. . .." 9100 Grid ll'.B.O f 2;b0 92H0 93.O0 93:0 M.50 Grade . . ... Grade . . Grade Grade All Wo'ol Serge and $5.00 Serge '. f. "......' -- . . 50c 7uc 81.09 81.50 81.85 82.10 $2.75 83.50 .( 8c 17c 12c 10c 7c . ' 83.50 83.33 .83.00 82.73 BOYS' KNEE All good value. 60c Grade '76c Grade 11.00 Grade i:0 Grade .......... Sizes 6 to 16. A 'ANTS'. iV. .... 35c 50c 70c $1.00 UNDER MUSLINS 'FOR LADIES. Combination Suits $1.25 Value . . . fV. . .V. rr. rr.iw; r.w.v 91.00 Value r. . : ; ; '. . ." 75c Value Ladles' Muslin Pants, 25c grade 50c Grade t ,.-- .. .. .85c 50c 19c 7c , 39c BOYS' AND GENTS' UNION SUITS. Poros Knit and Nansook, 25c grade $3.60 $3.50 $3.25 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.75 $1.G0 19c $1.00 7.50 value. ' 30c 42c 7c iew sizes left, 3 PALM BEACH SUITS. 18 and 40. Will sell at 85.50. WORK SHIRTS. 60c Grade, all colors, size 14 to 17 Men's Percal Shirts, 60c grade size 17, 18 and 19 STRAW HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS. lQc Grade, all good style 16c Grade .'.'!'.' '..'. 25c Grade . 60c Grade ..'. $1.00 'Grade .':..." ,. 11.60 Grade . 92vU ir&Q6 LADIES' COAT SUITS IN BROKEN SIZICS. We have a few sizes. left and will sell at a low price as follows: 810.00 920.00 Suits , . 918.00 Suits 80.00 88.50 915.00 Suits '912.50 Suits 87.95 $10.00 Suits 87.50 LADIES' SKIRTS. $6.60 Skirts, sizes 24 to 36 '..'.' $5.00 Skirts, size 24 to 28 $3.50 Skirts, all colors, size 24 to 28 LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS. Putty ,. ,.. . .A. , . . .. Brocade, black, only n few sizes left Slippers ; ; Slippers . . ; Slippers Slippers Slippers Children's Slippers, size 8 to 1 Children's Slippers .... . .... 2.3n 82.50 82.33 . ... $25 gi.85 $i.50 $1.15 9t.1SS 7C .- .MEN'S SUMMER CAPS. M 50c Grade MEN'S RAIN COATS. 5.00 Tan r iqc ;.... I ;- - .f3.75 .83.75 " .....' '.:: 10c 10c :. : ,39c "... '. .' ....70c .81.00 81.75 83.75 82.30 LADIES' RAIN COjVTS. ' Coat, black and tan. ; $5.00 UMBRELLAS. $3.00 Umbrellas $1.50 Umbrellas "$1.00 Umbrellas '. " 9"o 39c 79c collars; Ladies' 75c white and cream Lace Collars 35c Collars '. 25c Collars MEN'S NECKWEAR. 50c Grade, all shades 25c Grade, all shades LADIES' $1.00 Grade $1.25 Grade Ladles' Kitchen Aprons 50c grade ONE-PIECE . ; -- .- - ; ...!. 82.25 . - MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS. V "'':..... , - ' 50c 25c 10c ..;..' " " ;.:... . .....' '' , gl.0() 70c MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS. 25c 1 t X. 60c Shirts 91.00 Shirts 91.60 Manhattan Shirts AH Linen oc '.'.'. 5o All Linen , .81.23 82.20 81.75 81.10 79c 79c OOc ". 30c 10c 1 MEN'S FUR HATS. 93.00 92.50 91.50 91.00 10c Quality 5c Quality LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS.' n j0c .7c 4c I . Hats Hats Hats Hats ; DRESS. .(10c '. '. . .' 79c 35c MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR. B. V. D. Union Suits, 91.00 grade, size 36 to 44 91.25 Grade, size 46 to 62 50c Union Suits, Nansook 60c Union Suits, knit 9L00 Union Suits, knit 9L60 Union Suits, knit MEN'S HOSIERY DEPARTMENT. 60c 25c 16c 16c All Silk All Silk two for 25c .30c . -.' 25c All Linen 20c All Linen . . . . 15c Quality 10c Quality , 5c Quality . . . .' , Huve n big lino. Don't miss the big salo. .- '.'...'....."...'.!!! 15c ; 10c lie '..,,.' ' 7o 4c 39c 39c 70c 8 l.OO ...'. A 19c 19c PEARL BUTTONS. 10c Dozen Gc Dozon . Straight lie 7c 10c Grade .7o ' .4c SHOES AND OVERALLS REDUCED TEN PER CENT. Nothing Taken Out on Approval or Taken Back During Our Semi-Annu- al ! Sale. llUB CLOTHING COMPANY, HARTFORD, rI'.n. ' .. . f ......A.i-..- . IVr, KENTUCKY. . JS -- fttffftfTffTTfT 1 ...a.a.a.a.a.aa.a.a.a.a.aa.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a..a.aa.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a.a..a.a........ rv .T '4i i " t LATEST WAR NEWS f1 the Isonzo front, especially on the plateau of Carso, Is claimed by on Mj8rJI TIn . Children Cry for Fltchr's Rome. Monday. United Htntci. President Wilson will return to Washington. y and will collaborate with Secretary of Stato Lansing In completing the note to Germany respecting submarine warfare. It Is known that the "President and Secretary Lansing have practically mado up their minds that a definite) statement of, what the consequences of further violation of American rights would be will be a feature of the communication. Hussla. Tho Itusslan front, run ning from the Baltic to Bessarabia, a distance of nearly 1,000 miles. Is being subjected to violent attacks and, according to tho German report, has been pierced In places. In the Baltic provinces Gen. von Buelow has crossed the WIndau River and Is moving toward Illga. Field Marshal von lllndenburg who Is making his fourth attempt on Warsaw, has twice pierced the Russian lines in the Przasnysz district. Berlin yesterday celebrated tho Eastern victories. directing their attack against bridge head at Qorizla. EiiRland. ish mine, Is The Italian forces have been the The occupation of 150 reported by Field COULD SCARCELY yards of German trenches east of Ypres, after the explosion of a BritMaragree-mentt- WALK ABOUT kmi For Tkr m Saaaers Mrs. Via believe ceat Was UiabJe to Atteaa te Aay taken it. After I began taking Cardui, I greatly helped, and all three bottlsara-lieve- d me entirely. ." o shal Sir John French. An settle tho great coal strike I would have died If I In South Wales has been reached. fassrss assfisagasirtsaa fgssx CnRforla is n linrmicss unhstltuto signature ana Jms bccn nm1 under lib or Six supervision Mnco its Infancy. no In i6. nVfY TTftr... 871 nnd ono deceive yonnro bus "Just-ui-jro- o Counterfeits, Imitations I" -rfe, - - 0"v"r.lL8B.ti-n"'- ' w ,,...,,, uus Muniuiuu b been af Her Hoasewark. for gorlc, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. Cnstor Oil. Paro- It Is pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Nnrrotlo MUli.stuiicc. Its hro Is its guarantee It destroys Wornit nnd nllays Fevrrlshncss- - For more than thirty years it 1ms heen In conNhuit uno for the relief of Constipation, riatnlincy, Wind Coll,-- all Tccthlnrr Troubles and Dhirrhivn. It regulates the Stomach nnd Bowels, mi"1"'..1'" th. 1 OU(, Klvlng lienlthy and natural Bleep! Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. , What is CASTORIA Thursday. In the Baltic region Germany. the Russians are withdrawing before the advancing Germans, who are carrying additional towns and strategic positions. The last entranchments of the Russians to the west of Shavll, in tho Province of Kovno, hove been stormed and now are In German hands. In tho district a number of Russian positions, lying one behind the other, have been taken. Kovno-Marlampol GENUINE CASTORIA iBcara the Signatur I ALWAYS i Italian airships bombarded around Gorlzla. Infantry fighting for the possession of slopes along the An- jdras Valley, culminating In bayonet attacks, resulted In the capture of the Austrian advance Intrenchments. Italy. ed with effect Austrian works Very heavy fighting is In progress on the Austro-Italla- n frontier, the central point of the struggle being around Gorlzla. The Austrian War Offlce tells of the capture of Monte San Mlchele by the Italians, but adds that the Austrian reserves were brought up and they regained There have been the heights. heavy losses on both sides, and the full force of Austrian resistance has evidently been brought Into play. Austria. Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains In my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until It wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly I fattened up, and grew so' bmcs) stronger in three months, I felt Ilka a other person altogether." Cardui is purely vegetable and gerttli- acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tOftM effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strengar, improves the appetite, tones up the nur-vosystem, and helps to make pals. sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak worrlen, during the past 50 year. It will surely do for you, what it bat done for them. Try Cardui today. us vlorv nnt.. rhiltinnn.1 T.na ttructioiit on your case ard Writs to: Chatuneora Medicine Co., Lad' E .a ;U.i..r AV book. "hwM Traatatnt for Woman." sent la oUIn wraooaa. IMt a,wjMaaaHiijijj);;,iujMjjjp i s In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Hav Always Bought as to results of artillery battles in France, tho Paris statement claiming that the Germans used burning liquids In the Argonne to little effect and were forced to retire. Starck Pianos w m aaaaBBBBaV j No Moaey inAdvauoe Satiadao (ioa Guar LoweaiNet Fa c t ory iHBHfifiHBHr , alocd Price t y flflBSSBjsUSBQuMMaaa! Baa lea Tarma A Saving IIOO to P A of aptiaiocnT BTARCK S200Fae From tory Direct -- . Wo will ship jou a beautiful Starck Piano for 39 days' free trial. In your home. No cash pajment required. All we ask 1st that you will play upon, use not end a.1 tost this piano for 30 dan. ir, at the piano of that time, you do you find It the In every way, that have ever ffTKhcat crude, nneetest toned and finest een loi the money. jou are at perfect UDer-- y to send It bacic. and we will, in that pay the freight both ways. Thla Starclc piano must make good with you, eent. or there la no sale. Mcci tUt tave ou upward We ship direct to you from our factory, at of $150 00 In tho s 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL r Mara lUffi Siva $150.00 Easy PayrtiMts Tou pay no rath down, but after SO daya of trial, )ou can begin pjymcnt on the lowest, easiest termi erer suggested by a piano manufacturer. These termi are arranged to auit your convenience, and it ii possible for you to buy a pkino for your home, without mlsslrir the money. . mm arcure rbswhrre. You are aasurnl of a utlsfactcry tweet toned durable high grade plana. your piano. turnlali td aofbetttr plino lor We guarantee to you can the money thin jou 4RjYrrCtiarMMtaa Errrr BUrck FlaM U aruaractred for II jrrira. Thla .s.raot lua Sack of It our JS yeara of plana eiperlrrcc, and the reputation f nn responsible piano bouse. SO f hare constantly on hand Utt number of alltfbtl wed and aeconil hand planoa of all atandard males taken in W for new lara and To etry purchaaer of Starck TUnoi, we give free tnuile Ictwna. in one of the bat known school in Chicago. Tbew lessons you can U'e in your own home, by mall. Thla represent one year free Instruction. Frit Mvsit LttlMt Player-PianThe folljw-in- j are a few (ample bargain Stank Piano, $110.00 92.00 00.03 95.00 1M.00 Weber Steinway Chickerinj; KimbaU o Starck art the heat and moat beautiful Player Piano on da auarket. You will be ds lighted with the many feature of theat wonderful InatrumeiiUi, and wilt be pleated with the very low price at which they can be accurcd. a) Player-Pian- United States. President Wilson and Secretary Lansing last night completed the note to Germany and tt will be dispatched to Ambassador . Although Gerard at Berlin the assertion that any further transgression of American rights will be Tuesday. regarded as an "unfriendly act" may aaaaaaaawaw P MpaawSaaaV' Maaaaaa a. United States. President Wilson cause a break with Germany, the and Secretary Lansing have prepared President believes that some other full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine Inspiration and followed a note on submarine warfare to be solution will be found. by 250 short stories of adventure, 1 WSsS The submitted to the Cabinet win mate contents of the communication have Franco. France and Belgium rebeen well guarded, but from semi- main comparatively quiet. The airofficial sources and from deduction men and artillery have been busy at it is stated that It will make no men- several points, but the Infantry Is tion of the Orduna case, only deal- - resting or preparing for new atlng with issues already pending with tacks. Germany. The note will close every Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Turkey. Turkish envoys are said loophole through which Germany Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of muy escape from making a "yes" or to have reached Switzerland for the Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best.', "no" answer, it Is stated, and will purpose of conferring with members minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone be so final in Its terms as to close of the Triple Entente on terms for a in me nome. i nere is no age . further discussion and to rout talk separate peace. limit to enthusiasm for The " Tkree Current Issues Free of mediation. Youth's Companion. .. If yoa do not know THE COMPANION let ua aend you Threo Current laauea A Good Household Salve. ,VT FREE. lacloaa thla Coupon with your 52 Times a Year Knglnnd. Labor troubles are afrequest. Ordinary ailments and Injuries are not 12. fecting the nations at war. The not themselves serious, but Infection Thoaa who eubscribe now. Bending $2 South Wales coal miners refuse to for th. 52 issues of THE COMPANION More' good reading than you will or low vitality may make them danfor 1915. wdl receire The Companion meet the wishes of the British Govget in any of the monthly r.vt; W gerous. Don't neglect a cut, sore, Horn Calendar FREE. e magazines. has ernment. David a? V bruise or hurt because it Is small. gone to Cardiff to make a strenuous -SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE " Blood poison has resulted from a effort to have the men compose their k or scratch. For all such THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, 'kaOTaf ' ' differences. '" ' '1' " aliments Bucklen's Arnica Salve is ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. excellent. It protects and heals the Germany. The officials of the Is antiseptic, kills Infection and Krupp gun works at Essen are re- hurt; prevents dangerous complications. ported to have granted some of the Good for all Skin Blemishes, Pimples demands of their dissatisfied employSalt Rheum, Eszema. Get an origies. Military authorities have Issued your 25c. box from nal a warning that drastc measures will Druggist. 2 he employed. to-da- y. -to-da- y. France. Official reports disagree eYOUTIf S COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 Tf t .1 -- Lloyd-Georg- J pln-prlc- i" " V V OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Italian cruiser Gulseppe Garibaldi was torpedoed and sunk by an Austrian submarine near Cat-tar- o. The crew jumped into the sea and most of them were saved. Italy. Starck second-han- Send for our latest complete barfaia liet. """""' 184 P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. Starck Bid.. CHICAGO Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which give you a large amount of Information regarding planoa. Thl book will Interest and plraae you. writ today. riant Ittk Fraa Having been unable to Russia. straighten out their line by an advance through East Prussia In the north and Gallcla lnathe south, with the two ends of the Germans are closing about Warsaw, the entire Russian lne Is threatened, .along with the Polish capital, The British press, believing the task before the Russian army is almost tmpos slble to perform In the face of the colossal German movement. Is already discounting the tall of Warsaw. The gradual evacuation of Warsaw has been ordered by Russia, according to a dispatch from Budapest. Wednesday. pivotal Allies. Two Teutonic points in the Teutonic drive in Poland have been turned by the Teutonic Allies. Ostrolenka, a stronghold on the Narew River, seventy miles northeast of Warsaw, and n miles to the south of that town and thirty miles from Ivongorod another of the great which girdle the Polish capital, have fallen, according to Berlin and Vienna. Ra-dofifty-seve- FARE $522 MAILY BilJT I VVxI BETWEEN fcw CLEVELAND dt Ttt:M.w asisifcr Tha Great ShiD "SEEANDBEE" r P ntiPPAiri wi ""w ThabniMtanJnwijtcMtlyatauneronanyiaianuwaiCTiu "crrr i m rtrn a mirari.:i. ofrie" 3 Mannificant Stenera BLTVeni --ws wwu. u.i "CITY OF BUFFALO" '5 Mn lartn Tif. 1 t BUFFALO polnta. Itallroad 1 nuffalo for Wacom falla uni ull Kitern nnd Canadian . q, -,! Aak our w Mufialo tu raaaW abotwew ClmUnd and & n. Linn.i . . r - tmnimortUon ou atuuaun. iocr tlettt rent for tickfla via U. I a? gifisastsasiia for onr THE' CLEVELAND & BUFFALO tRAN3lT CO. CLradaad. Ohio pirtorial and dwtrtntlTeliooalftfni. 1 tor-tress- es e. moss Ithos. Decorator t Plasterer, ' Contractor. and nf..i:,. nnn.m.mo ?ive ' ivitli hftftt nf wnrkfTiftn. anVl nan ny reference desired. Call me on Hartford Mill Co., 'phooe, or address rae at Hartford, Ky. Petrograd admits further advances tor Russia's adversaries In the region of Riga and Shavll, Northwestern Russia, the capture of ranches by them la the Suwalkt region and the extension of 'the vAusta&r German lines on the right bank of the Bug. Russian torpedo boat destroyers In the Black Sea have sunk e Turkish sailing a fleet of vessels bearing cargoes of war materials tor the Turkish army In the Caucasus, according to a news agenRussia. fifty-nin- Why This Boy and Sister Left Home. Globe-Democr- at 1.76 In the current Issue of Farm and The Reptblican and St. Louis Fireside, the national farm paper 1.59 Republican and Home and Farm published at Springfield, Ohio, a con- The tributor writes an interesting article The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k OwMisboro Inquirer. 1.7s, showing how motor cars affect farm life. He tells the story of a prosper- The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald ous farmer In Eastern Kansas who 3.50 publican ana JLaiiy uwensooro inquirer had two children a son and daugh-terbot- h The of whom left home and took The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.7i unimportant positions in cities. Their reasons for leaving home are pre- The Republican and Kentucky Farmer . 1.75 sented In the two following letters The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine. .'" 1.30 which they wrote to their mother. " 'I wanted pretty things, mother,' 1.B0 wrote Mary, a year after she had The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer old farm home. 'Everyquit the Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 at home, Thf thing was so and you and father were so busy you wouldn't have the house fixed any different.' "Jim's letter Is a little longer, and more detailed: " 'The other boys had a chance to get out around the country, even to THK drive to Ottawa now and then, be8EWINQ hind a good team or In an auto, but MA 3iNNK you know as well as I do, mother, op .. that Mary and I had no such chance. QUAUTY.1 The trouble was it was all work and money-gettinWhen crops were good, father got more stock or more NOT machinery, He didn't get the thtngs SOLD that would we craved, the things have kept us on the farm. I can re- UNDER ANY member when Bert Jackson's father OTHER make fun bought an auto. I would NAME. Feeltright all, the time. Don't lay off of It today. It wasn't much more from work fordays by.taking calotte) on a truck, but than a gasoline stove keeps yor when pleasant IA. Vtr-La- x time. warranted on your feet, while relievingy out troubit ran and it too kthe whole tamlty Ifyou purchase the NUW HOME you will le. Safer too, and easy to take. , Don't , all over the country, to picnics, for nave a life aaaet at the price you pay, and will take anything- - eke.' You can't afford' pleasure rides on hot nights, to town not have an endless) chain of repair. Eliminates poMons. cleanses sys--v on business, or for a lark. I used fern and relieves, constipation. A tat ? ural remedy, natural in itsactlojw, sure to stand and "watch tt go by when I in its effect and certain in results. If was plowing or working around, and won't be long before Lh- - VtrrLax will while I guess It was only a completely displace, calomel in evert and wheezed and smelted home. Children can take it freely aal d. with perfect safety. Every bottle frightfully. It looked awfully good 50c and l in bottles. Nana to me thta. But would father hear lr ATI A OS tUfUl AlfTTULal MAniitna varlaltatllt 4VlA navuvisa C"" aw KCI1UIS1V TtHWai 'of us getting ope? Not on your life." tura of J K. Grigaby. For sale by Thk Rbpublican and Louisville Herald... ........ .v....fl.3C 3W a - t .v, r Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI V-VER-- NEW g. HOME for all For Lazy Liver asd the Troubles of Constipation. 1 if ate Ir i "one-lung'e- r," L lllI.SGnid" gTiar-antee- 1 V k cy dispatch from Sebastopol. MMll Italy. Pro'reoa for the Italians CASTORIA Children Ory FIR FLETCHER'S J. H. WILLIAMS, For Hartford, liack a aood) PtMa, Ky. TaillSiaCo.)(rii,Bavt If you want a aewtaf machine, writ ar lateat catalogue befare you purcbaae. tec, U D. Mat' pta In th ABtt-Pa- ta , similar pests, lays Its eggs In or under th bark of applo trees. After hatching the larvne feed upon the Inner bark and wood to such extent that the tree Is seriously weakened or killed. The pest Is found over the wholo of the eastern portion of the United States as far west as Nebraska, Kansas and New Mexico. In addition to fruit trees, It feeds on service, wild crnli and mountain ash trees, which makes It advisable for rchardlsts to,. remove these varieties Mir ti iiutd'ncb of at least a hundred yards from their orchard. Te female lays her eggs, one at a - in oij Incision she has made in the bark, usually Just above the sur-- . About fifteen or o o, tue ground. twenty days later the eggs hatch and the larvae appear. When full grown these are nearly an inch an da half In length. The first nttack the Inner bark, eating out broad, more or less circular galleries and thrusting out thru small holes In the bark castings which form little heaps of reddish wood fragments around the base During the winter the borers are During teh winter the borers are quiescent but early In the following spring they attack the solid wood, while some of them work their way up the trunk. These last spend one more winter in the tree and then, having passed thru the pupa stage, dig their way out and. emerge as adult beetles. Three years are required for the Insect to complete Its development from egg to adult. Ordinarily, tho beetle lives about forty or fifty days. It is aliuot three-fourtof an inch In length, light brown in color above, with two broad white bands, joined in front,, extending the full leiigO,irof the back; the underparts and front of the head are white. The females rarely fly any considerable distance, so that if the immediate vicinity of an orchard can be kept free from them, there is lit- the latest advlco from Federal experts to owners of orchards. borer, The roundheaticd-'apple-trethe most destruetlvo of a number of Q In ' grown to supply the nitrogen, then we can grow any crop in abundance, Wnxfaro. combatting and alfalfa is the best of the legumes Paint as a weapon In heaviest ylelder and the mosti the rounilheadcd npplo tree borer la tho Worming lrocw AIho Employed Cost of Living Higher. Facts cannot bo overcome, as the Administration at Washington is to realize In 1912 Mr. Willasting. son, then a candidate for' President, We expect to so 10,000 acres of alfalfa sowed In Kentucky this season. repeatedly asserted In campnlgn The farmers are awakening to Its speeches that the high cost of living possibilities. Jefferson County will was due to the protective tariff, and put In 1,000 acres alone. Tho that when tho Democrats came into who have n field of It are most power they would reduce the' cost of enthusiastic, but It is hard to con living by changing the tariff. Ho nlso vince many good men, because or tne asserted that appropriations would expense attached In preparing the 1,0 reduced by stopping waste, and land. Wo should remember that, that tho trusts would bo curbed nnd though tho work and cost are con- - tne currency reformed. Tho g they nro not for a novv j,nvo i,a,i fii control of year crop, but for Ave or ten years the government for over two years, and In tho meantime the profits are nn,j wi,at have they acomplishcd? greater thnn any other field crop, The department of labor. In full with hardly an exception. control of the Democrats, has Just August 2oth Is the tlmo to sow(iS8Ued n builetin giving tho result alfalfa In this State, so, farmers, get 0f na inquiries as to tho cost of land ready, buy your ground jngp yhlch It says wa,s higher In limestone or get a crusher, order; 1914 than before. The cost of acid phosphate and engage the ing the market basket of tho nvcr-seeConsult your county agent or t ag0 workman's family was $6.GS Prof. T. It. Dryant, Lexington, so as, higher In 1914 than In 1913 under to secure Inoculation and furnish In-- 1 the protectivo tariff. Fifteen articles, structlons. Take courage and plant involving about of the ex- alfalfa. You will never regret pendlture for food by the average Farming. workman's family, wore taken Into consideration in obtaining the Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. result. There Is nothing new In this "About two years ago I had a report. Every well informed person attack of diarrhoea which knew that prices were higher, de for over a week," writes W. C. spite the great army of workmen Jones, Iluford, N. D. "I became so thrown out of employment by the weak that I could not stand upright, free trade party. Tho situation is Chamber-- much worse, so far as food prices A druggist recommended 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. fnr-me- rs ( ( Demo-slderable, onc-cratI llv-yo- ur fill-yo- ur d. two-thir- I aro concernod, at tho present time, than was tho caso In 1914. Prices hnvo continued to ascend so that many families aro forced to glvo up tho uso of meats and many other things they wcro formorly nccustom-c- d to uso regularly. Tho department of Inbor does not glvo nil of tho fncts nnd It makes the best possible showing for tho Domocrats. Hut it has to acknowledge that tho cost of living was not Increased by the protectivo tariff. Tho Increnso took placo In all countries. Tho prophesies of President Wilson nnd his followers on thnt subject have fnlled of fulfillment, nnd they now have to acknowledge the fnct. Tho samo thing was true In regnrd to appropriations, which hnve been tho largest under Democratic rule, In the history of the nation, whilo taxes correspond. The trusts aro flourishing Just the same ns ever, except Ing for the lessening business caused by Democratic Incompetency at Washington. Tho curency Is the same, and the banking laws have been changed lnrgely In the lino laid out by the Republicans. In fnct, tho free trade party has not redeemed promises. its It has made things much worse, checked development nnd growth, nnd is now forced to acknowledge thnt mnny of Its campaign assertions were tin- lounueci. ine rroiecuomsi. . -- r"" OM Tl,e "artfonl Kepubllrnii for Hue .lob Printing. pre-electi- iaie t unas Kepresent Lost Interest If you had a machine that you could opcrato at a good pro- fit day In and day out, would you not count as a loss tho tlmo It stood idle? Your money Is a good money-makin- g t our certificates of doposlt or on saving account, It enrns Interest every dny of tho week, ovcry week of tho month nnd every month of the year. ". macltfno. Invested In Remember, wo glvo you nbsoluto security and pay you tho best rate of Interest. t Central Trust Company Cor. till nnd Kredcrlcn. KNOWN KVKKYWIIKKK ns (lie HAFK anil UKI.IAIU.KHANK o tle danger of a serious infestation. The most common method of rid ding an orchard of these pests is to cut away the bark su fllciently to j trace the burrows made by the borer. A hook wire Is then Inserted into the 4 That's the third time this morning. I can't wait burrow and'the insect pulled out. If , a moment longer on that fellow. Let-m- e made with care, tho wound in the see what is Smith's number? tree caused by this process will heal readily. The castings at the base of "If Jones won't provide sufficient telephone facilf. tho tree serve as an indication of the ties for his customers, he can't blame me for dealing presence of tho borers. Where the burrows arec urved or obstructed In ' elsewhere. Operator, give me 437." some way so that the wire can not be inserted, cotton hatt'.nc dinned in perieiuun HW do you know this very occurrence doesn't O-- fr carbon binulpliid should be Inserted, happen with your single telephone. Have an auxiliary ltoail Construction I.ettlnc. and the hole the plugged with moist line; the cost is trifling. Call the business Office Sealed proposals addressed to the The ;as from the carbon earth. Fiscal Court of Ohio County will be will penetrate all parts of received up to 2 o'clock p. m., July the burrow and kill tho borer. In addition to worming, as this 27. 1915. when they will be publicly CUMBERLAND process Is called, paint if often used opened and read, for the Iraprove- -' meat of the Hartford and Greenville to prevent tho beetles laying their I & COMPANY eggs. Pure white lead and raw lin- road between Hartford and Sta. 1G7 INCORPORATED ' plus 20.7 In Ohio county, state of seed oil, mixed rather thick, will not Injure tho trees, and when applied Kentucky. BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. The work as described and shown to young, smooth bark, will form a in the plans and specifications to g protective coat during the season. It is probable that this be seen at tho County Court Clerk's than offlce at the court house In Hartford; is a more effective method wrapping the trees with building pa- Kentucky, will be known as the Hartper, cotton batting', cloth or other ford and Centertown road as shown drawing.' materials sometimes used for this I on general A single bid Is to be submitted for I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording purpose. Bdforo painting, however, Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, the earth should be removed from the whole work, except where other the base of tho tree for a depth of wise permitted by the specifications. Hartford, iEtna. Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes Bids must be for work to be done from three to four inches. The sur the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. accordance with the plans and seface of the trunk thus exposed should These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to be first scraped and painted and the clflcatlons, approved by the Fiscal hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, earth then replaced. This is neces- Court and the Commissioner of Public Roads, and on file at the court sary, for the beetle occasionally lays her eggs under Instead of above the house at Hartford, Ky. The Fiscal Court of Ohio County ground. expressly reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Traveling Man' Kxperience. Before contracts are binding on 18S8 I had a "In the summer of very severe attack of cholera mor- first parties they must receive the bus. Two physicians worked over approval of the Commissioner of me from four a. in. to C p. m. with- Public Roads. Each bid shall be accompanied by out giving mo any relief nnd then I told mo they did not expect me to cash or a certified check payable at live; that I had best telegraph for sight to the order of the County The first bath room which I am given my family. Instead of doing so, I Treasurer for 5 per cent of the amount of the proposal; which Q contract, provided same is made within gave tho hotel porter fifty cents and tnl.l him in litiv tuft n lirtHIn rt Pimm. check shall be held until the execu- the next month. If in need of other build- berlaln's Colic. Cholera and Dl- - ! t,on of the contract. H ing material see me. Before the contract is awarded, arrhoea Remedy, and take no substitute. I took a double dose ac- the successful bidder or bidders will cording to the directions and went be required to furnish a bond for a to sleep! after the second dose. At sum of dollars equal to the amount Ave o'clock the next morning I was of the contract for the faithful percalled by uiy-- order ;uid took a train formance of work in accordance with for my next stopping point, a well the aforesaid plans and specificaman but feeling rather shaky from tions. All work is to be done under the the severity of the attack," writes of the and supervision H. W. Iceland, Louisville, Ky. Ob- direction Commissioner of Public Roads. everywhere. m tainable W. C. BLANKBNSHIP, , a) ' Top and Bottom Wires, No. 1), line and Stay' Wires No. 11, Stays Alfulfa in Kentucky. lt2 County Clerk, Ohio. Co., Ky. ! ,1"'" 12 Inched apart. said before that, in our We have i. Fence ai0 lw rwl estimation, alfalfa Is one of the Kami, Near Whltosville, For Sale. 47-IFence 330 1er rod greatest boons that has come to Ken- We have-- listed wlth"usra good 108 ' F. O. B. FordavUle. ntr mt lmontf V A 3 ISI C PA 1 I II i acre farm 4 Vt miles1 goutb. of falfa moans tho best kind of farming Whltesvllle, about half' of It bottom because, to grow .U, tho land must be supplied with two elements that are land, and forty acres In timber in FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY lacorporatoc! lacklne In nearly all Kentucky soils. cluding 58 gum, besides various other ntinflntialn ..,i Mn hnlM Intra Rna if a fif n, .v .mv 1.W 1V MM..V.MQW. V. (yuu an ihAir'.'. IIiiia Btifl ,..r....v. '. trAAB MX. ..HV. Wllaon, Mgr, PORDSVILLB, KY. J When our lauds aro full, of these prices, BARNETT & SON, Agents. two mlnoralplautfooda and legumes I ! I Now The Dashccn. The "dasheen,, long cultivated In Japan Is beginning to be grown on a considerable scale In the United States, and at the present time may be found in some few city markets. Its young shoots are delicious in salads, and prepared In a variety of other ways. At its roots develop which, very large rich in starch are likewise edible. The plant bureau is even now engaged In bread making experiments with them, the corms being ground to flour. Apparently we are to have a new kind of brea d.from the da- sheen, which may obtain widespread popularity. 'eas Ior maimers use, nuve ueeu j Persuaded to ripen nearly all of their nods simultaneously, so far as to re- -' Qulre uut 0Ile harvesting. A special variety has even be ncreated that yeU's nothing but little peas the "petit pols" so much prized by epl-- 1 cre?- - Tomatoes of the "beefsteak" tyPe wu solld PulD and a few seeds have been brouht to a high state of , j j ibLjl vWlmSlmir 'Mm2mMmmmmi&- WJmBKMMMWr j. eTi RiCL--;giwp'JIWW USmru IWFEMfoimLMBBkAm u YMmwywjmz&i'?'s-im ta PvS L-e, gi The Allen 34 When you payS895 for an Allen 34 you get S895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build integrity into every Allen automobile. 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