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Hot One Jtortfjcrrd fUjmbJicau, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 3 GERMANY ANSWERS NOTE Sends Another American Vessel to Ocean Bottom. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1915. contract, let by the Daviess Fiscal Court several days ago, was approved by tho Stnto Road Commissioner. macadam Tho road Is to be ten-foand la to bo constructed under the supervision of an engineer from tho Thero will Btato Road Department. bo three large steel bridges erected and tho cost Is to bo $26, GOO, half to bo paid by tho State. The road Is known as tho Owensboro-Hawes-vlll- o road, and Is the first seat roadway to be constructed. ot Inter-coun-ty ' HN19fei ' vember. We have a good list of candidates to choose from. It is earnestly hoped that every Republican voter will interest himself In this Primary and do his full duty on August 7. Yours Very Respectfully, A. D. KIRK, Chairman Republican Ex. Com. -r- -n I HiK" ''-- ? fflBr - ,v - Dollar Furnished By Liquor. Anyone Connected With . -- - r t " kj iv i ' BTX3Mfili ' V i step toward a settlement of the Mex- I ' ' ican problem will be taken by the United States In the near future. , ' .' Somerset, Ky., July 24. Hon Ed- Definite announcement to this effect j -? win 1'. Morrow, candidate (or tho Re- was made today by the state depart for" Governor v k3,sf publican nomination jI ' ment, through tho nature of tho conupon being Intcrvlowod concerning a templated action has not yet been statement tnnde by Mayor Buscho-roeye- r, disclosed. President Wilson Is unof Louisville, which appenred derstood to be revolving several sugin tho Evening Post of July 23 re- gested courses In his mind. Ills degarding the race for Governor, said cision wilt not bo known until his Death of "Aunt Gabe" Maddov. tonight: Washington. London, July 26. Tho American return to Gabe R. Maddox, wife of our towns- steamship Leelanaw, from Archan"My attention has been called to Ills, most probable course, It was man J. T. Maddox Jr., died on Mon gel July 8, for Belfast with a cargo the Htutoinent of Mayor IJuschciiioycr reported tonight, would be to urge day July 19th at 5 o'clock of kidney of flax, was sunk Sunday by . m, inQt Mm , nn in which he has scon fit to use the Prr,n a Gerfollowing language: trouble and brlghts disease of which man submarine off the northwest "There is no j fcf wth tho other factlon8 reiatVo she had suffered since early In 1914. coast of Scotland. All the members contest In the Republican party. E. . t peace shou,(i Carranza aBa, "Aunt Gabe" as she was familiar of the crew of the Leelanaw were 1'. Morrow, tho choice of a Republl- - refUMf ,t ,3 sal(, an efort may ,,0 ly called by both old and young was saved. They were brought can brewer at Newport, and a Ropub - nmde t0 a9semlllo tno other Moxlca Into the second daughter of W, I. and Klnkwall In their own boats. llcan dlHtlller at Owcnaboro, has that ,cadorg who w,u ropre.ent a major. Nancy Ann Adkins both now denomination secure, thanks to the ,ty 0, th(J people T,,e conVentIon The steamer left New York May ceased. She was born in Greenville 17, with a cargo of cotton consigned support of a well financed campaign wouI), arrang0 for a constitutonal Ky., on April 1st 1857, thereby mak- to Russia by way ot Gothenburg. committee, whoso affairs were mnn - rnnvn.lon whIeh wouIl, arraniI for OTTO C. MARTI ing her 53 years, three months, and The vessel was detained aged by I'hll W Grlnstcad, late of tho erection of u government which Hartford, Kentucky, July 30, 1915. at Kirkwall 18 days old. tho American School Company, a tho United States would recognize To the Republicans of Ohio County: while Inquiries were made as to th When quite old her parents mOTed poMlblIlty of getting her cargo to most adroit politician. I would be clad to meet all of you between now and the primary elecand help maintain. Has X Committee. tion, August 7th, but in that short time it will be impossible for me to do to uutier county atier renin... Russia, as Sweden forbids the ex"I have hail no campaign comso. I take this method of submitting tinally my claims for the Republican here some few years they bought port ot cotton. I'ike Contruct Let. The ship was reand moved to a farm near Cool leased June 26, with permission to mittee. I have no campaign head' Dlds were opened Tuesday by the nomination for Circuit Court Clerk. Springs church where they lived unquarters save tho law olllco in the Ohio County Fiscal' Court for the'' l Ieel Ulal l am we" I"0"11"41 or llls position, Having had considerable til called to the other shore. At proceed to Archangel, where the cottown where I live. My campaign' ton was discharged and a cargo of p ko on experience in me courts aim Know wen tue duties mat would do required ot construct on fund has been so pitifully small that I our Circuit Court Clerk, and If nominated and elected to this high of-- the age of 15 she united hiwith the flax was loaded for Belfast. the Hartford and,' Centertown road. ' I am ashamed to stato Us amount T hero were four b ds, but Smith & ' flee I assure you I will use all means within my power to discharge the du- - baptist church at Cool Springs un- j; No details of the torpedoing of der the ministry of Rev. Jas Austin the'Leolanaw have been received when I rcaltzo tho tremendous ex- Crahan, of Dreckenrldge county, wore "ea ol Ulu "mco lu BUC" a way anu manner as to meet wuii me approval oi penditures of monoy which has been found lba PePle ot thls county; that during the term of office you will have no where she remained a constant and beyond a message stating that tho to have tho lowest bid. After faithful member until she was called crew had been safely landed at Kirkand Is now being made by Demo- some changes In their bid wljlch ma- -, rea3oa t0 refret havlng supported me for this position, candidates. cratic um u RePUDl'can and have used all honorable means to secure the elec-,.o- .. to tho great beyond. She was mar- wall, Scotland, from which placo ter tally reduced the cost the court to Thomas Maddox Jr, son of they notified the American consul at "Tho total of all contributions to , ki n inm .,,. tlon of the Republican ticket In national; state and county elections. My ried my campaign fund from every source Thomas and Delllia Maddox, in May Dundee of the sinking of the vessel. Th)j amQunt tQ be people are all Republicans and have always supported the nominees of our wJtfc them nas ueun uiu iromuuuuuo sum "' exDOnded party and used their influence to secure the election of our candidates. If 1890, no children being born to their A dispatch from Kirkwall to the will be S17.000. A nnw OlRIll IlUJIuruil aim vuu uuiiuin. iiiia 1..1.1 ... i . 1 should be nominated for this office I will make an active canvass ot the union. She leaves 3 brothers, B. F. Central News Agency says that affluni came from tho following sources county between now and the regular election In November, and use all Adkins of the McHenry Lumber and ter the members ot the crew left the dfi ent Qne be, Co., Ralph and a half Leelanaw of which I am not ashamed but very , about a dozen shots were ranro honorable 'means to secure my election and the election of our ticket this Implement proud, because, small as It Is, it brother Wm. of Greenville, Ky., and fired at the steamer. They failed to sentlng the State. The State pays tan. represents tho affection of those who one-haI was born and reared on a farm and my sympathy has always been four sisters, Mrs. Artha Adkins sink her, however, and she was ultiof the entire sum to be exSmith, Mrs. Laura Maddox of this mately sent to the bottom by a torhave known mo best thruout my pended. This line will eventually be with and for the farmers and laboring class. life: Thanking each and every one ot you who have given me your support county and Janle Adkins of Green- pedo. the connecting road with Greenville ville, Ky., and Mrs. Shelva Spoiling Where Money Cumc From. The members of the crew were y seat program and influence In this campaign and trusting that I will receive It on August of Waddox, Shelby county. my brother, W. D. Morrow, In tho "From 7th, I beg to assure you that I have nothing but the kindest feelings for taken aboard the submarine, the dismapped out by the State and this sec The funeral services were held at three hundred dollars; from another tion Is probably the most costly part those who are supporting my worthy opponents, either of whom, it nomi- Cool Springs church, Rev. Hiram patch adds, and were well treated. brother, schoolmates and personal ot'it, nated would have my loyal support. When In sight of the Orkney Islands because of necessary levying to friends In Pulaski county, two hun- get above high water and straightenAgain thanking you for your support and Influence and hoping that I may Brown preaching the funeral after the men were ordered to return to which the remains were laid to rest their boats and the submarine disdred nnd nfty dollars, the largest have a continuance of same, I beg to remain, ing the road at one point. In the Cemetary adjoining, among appeared. contribution being twenty five dolVery Respectfully, Yours a large crowd of friends and relay lars; from schoolmates and personal OTTO C. MARTIN. The Leelanaw was owned by Death of E. P. Burnett. tives. friends In Danville and Lexington, Steamship company, of Now Elijah P. Barnett died Sunday afPeace to her ashes. regardless of party, two hundred and York. She was formerly called the ternoon at 2 o'clock, at of sixty dollars. Earnwell. She was 280 feet long RECEIVER IS APPOINTED URGES REPUBLICANS Walter M. Wright Suicides. "This meager sum has been ex Mr. Joseph Thomasson on lower No ot 1,924 gross tons. She left Tuesday's Louisville Times has and Creek, of dropsy. He had been an pended for postage, telephone, tele-- j May FOR NASHVILLE VOTE IN PRIMARY the following account of the suicide Galveston May 5 and New YorkArchgraph and advertising. My travel- -' invalid for thirty years, caused by 17 with a cargo of cotton for of Mr. Walter M. Wright, who marIng exponses I have borne myself. a horse falling upon him. His fatal angel. Early In Juno she was deried Miss Daisy Stevens, daughter ot He penny has been given Illness lasted about six weeks. Not a single tained by the British authorities at or used for mo either directly or In-- 1 was a son of Robert E. and Amanda Robert Vaughn Fat in Charge of County Chairman Kirk Addresses Mr. Oscar Stevens, Beaver Dam, and Kirkwall. This action was taken who Is well known there. directly by any person connected Barnett, both of whom have been because her cargo, although destined Two months ago Walter M. Wright Affairs of Tennessee Appeal to Party with the distilling or brewer Inter- dead many years. He was 64 years for Russia, was consigned by way of widely-know- n forty-fou- r years of age, a est. Phil Grlnstead has neither di- of age. country Capital. traveling salesman for a New Gothenburg, Sweden, which Having Men. Tho funeral servlcos were conductrectly or Indirectly had anything forbids the export of cotton. York firm, purchased a revolver to whatever to do with the management ed at Alexander grave yard by Rv. cargo at Archangel, i protect his home against further vis-I- ts discharged her of my campaign or the financing ot R. D. Bennett Monday morning at 10 It Is evident that the Leelanaw was Nashville, Tenn.July 27. Chan of thieves after considerable JewHartford. Ky.. July 30, 1915 the same, nor has any other person o'clock, after which the burial took Archangel when she To the Republican voters ot Ohio elry had been stolen from the resi- returning from cellor Allison today appointed Roconnected In anyway with the dls-- . place there. was sunk. County: dence, 708 Rubel avenue. Several Mr. Barnett was highly educat- bert Vaughn, a master In chancery, tilling buslnes. As our Primary Election ap days ago he discussed with his wife ed and seemingly had a bright fu- receiver for the city ot Nashville. At How Campaign Was Managed. McCreary For McDermott. get the horror of suicide. He kept the "My campaign has been managed ture before him as a young man when noon Judge Matthews, In the Circuit proaches I feel that we ought to Frankfort. Ky., July 28 The poCourt, In response to proceedings un- interested and do our best to make revolver under the pillow of hlsbed. In my nbsenco by my brother, W. B. tho accident mentioned overtook him, showing for our party. When he was taken III Mrs. Wright litical stock of E. J. McDermott toMorrow, with the assistance ot the blasting all his plans in life. He was der Tennessee's new "ouster law," a good strong suspended from office Mayor Hilary If there was ever a year Important to sought tor emove the pistol from the ; day took a big Jump when Gov. Mc- regular stenographer In my office, Mr , surveyor of Ohio county one term !... hfi ohiected. savlnc that Creary declared for him. I am going E. Howse and Commissioners Robert the Republicans of Kentucky, it Is Qtls Waddle, assisted by two young , and gave splendid satisfaction as an vote for Mr. McDermott for tho Elliott and Llle Andrews. this one, and to make a good showing they slept with the windows open . mn. mv nersonal friends, who with- - olllclal. Peace to his ashes. for Gover- Democratic nomination step and a thief might enter. Andrews recently was dismissed in the primary will be a long out pay have helped to prepare for by the City Commission. He and toward success In November, Thls afternoon, while delirious, he nor." 8aW 0ov- - McCreary, when ho Starts Tour of Graves. the malls tho few letters which I We have several good strong can- placed the muzzle of the revolver to was asked today ,( he nad made UP Mayfleld, Ky., July 27. Fresh Controller Miles Burns, Treasurer was able to send out. mnd whom Ue would support. W. H. West are under Indictment In didates for State and District offices hU Hht tmnle and nulled the trie- evi"My nomination has been made from an ovation in Murray that supporters oi Mcuuruiuu uoro uro connection, with the disappearance who, by reason ot the fact that they ger. The bullet plowed through certain by the overwhelming and dently made htm superior to the extonight. They say that Mcnomhis brain and came out of the left Jubilant spontaneous sentiment coming from hausting efforts of two speeches In ot certain books and records from tho have no opponents, are already re- Dermott Is gaining so fast that Gov. office of Controller. West's where- inated under our Primary Election temple. There Is no hope for his arthe rank and file of the Republican an afternoon, H. V. McChesneyMay- abouts is unknown. An audit and law, and have received their commis- covery. McCreary could not stay out of the Progressive parties, without re- rived here last night and found and band wagon any longer. being sions as nominees for tholr respective Mr. Wright had not been well for fleld ready to welcome his message survey of the city's books Is gard to any business of interest to Democracy with the same respon- conducted as a result ot various offices. They are now fullfledged a month or more and for Ave days and unbought. Tliree Thousand People. charges ot bad management and irfor election and are high104. He had been "While it Is humlnlatlng to me to sive spirit. A crowd that an average regularities. Out pt the charges de- candidates for the positions which had a fever ot ot Monday Murray, Ky July 27. The bigly qualified and tomost delirious duplicate, "bo compolled to state tho meager-n'es- s Saturday night could not veloped petitions for receivership they. seek. Among them are our fel- day. Mrs. Wright left his sick gest crowd ever assembled here at of my campaign fund, yet to me gathered In the county seat ot low townsmen, C. E. Smith for Com- room to crack ice for his head. She a political speaking greeted H, V. people tried and ouster. it is a source of the deepest satis- Graves, and some 800 Is said that the city's credit monwealth's Attorney, C. M. Barnett heard a noise, sounding as It some-- 1 McChesney, when he spoke hero yes It faction that When the nomination of to crowd tholr way into the circuit and financial standing are not infor Railroad Commissioner; also Mr. one had fallen. It was the muffled terday afternoon . He was billed to my party comes to me, my outstretch- court room to hear. Many had to volved, movement being directed R. W. Slack, of Owensboro, for Cir- pistol shot. Her husband was In speak In the big Calloway county the ed hand shall be clean to take and turn away for lack ot room He was only against officials for alleged mis- cuit Judge ot this district, and was so bed, blood flowing from the wound court house but the crowd -, and my heart will be glad introduced by Hon. M. D. Hollfleld. conduct. hold it, Gregor for Atorney Gen- In his head. Bhe hurriedly sum- large That he cut short his speech inThomas B. Tomorrow McChesney will tour because my conscience will be clear.' court house eral. The nomination ot Hon. E. P. moned Drs. L. W.. and Oscar Bloch. side and went to the the county, making four speeches over Fair For Ohio County. Morrow for Governor seems absoluteduring the day. Later Mr. Wright died Tuesday steps, where he addressed State Aid Road. people that had gathered in front The Ohio County Fair Company ly assured, and that of R. P. Green night.. Begin. , Owensboro, Ky., July 26. ot the building and clamored for htm has decided to give a three days falr for State Superlntendant of Public For Sale. ning at Tbruston and going four and to speak to them outside. For Sale. Boar at Hartford this year. The date will instruction is a certainty, all of his Three registered Blrkshlre seventy-si- x hundredth miles almost McChesney's friends since the ovagood work wale. Call or adopposition having withdrawn. 16, 1,7 and 18. . One be Sept. to Yelvlugton, Martin & Martin, con- Pigs. Apply to tion he received are estimating his Special atractloni are being ar-- . This will be our opportunity to se- dress. APPLE GROVE FARM, tractors of EVansviUe, Ind., began majority lnthls county at more than E. C, GORMAN, ranged and the premium list will be lect one ot the strongest state tlcketa F. W. Plrtle ft Boa, Props, work Oils morning on the first State- 2,000. Beaver Dam, Ky. . we have ever had to vote for in Ko S2t4 larger and better than 7ever. Hartford, Ky. R 1. aid road in Western Kentucky. The lt4 v j7- U. S. To Take Definite Step to Bcttfo Trouble In Mexico. Washington, July 2G. A definite cKsT r vmnr.. A'- ', Death of Dr. Kltfln. Dr. W. R. Elgin died In New Or- leans Monday morning. His brother 4ti. vii feu . ciui wua iiuuueu uy telephone and left at once for Hop- - President Wilson Has HO Coffl- klnsvlllo, the home of his father, j ment to Make on Sinking Rev. Virgil Elgin, where the Interment took place. of Leelacaw. Rev Elgin was four years pastor of Hartford Methodist church and has a host of friends here who are in London, July 26. Only meager deep sympathy with the family In accounts of the sinking of the steamtheir sad bereavement. Later It Is learned that Dr. El- - er Leelanaw have reached here, but gin fell through an open window, ac- - ' 3 clear ample warning was given cldently from a third story and was tne crew, they even being given time to collect part of their effects. killed instantly. . JB .,,.," -- .of i f .o,L .!, lf Inter-count- the-Harb- the-hom- e ,! I un-hrlb- 3,-0- 00 I Hnwi m rOUISVILLE MOOSEUS ATO NOMINATE ROY WILHOIT FOR REPUBLICANS UNITE ON AUDITOR AND UNITE THE ROY WILHOIT FOR STATE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN AUDITOR. LOUISVILLE ?i More Than Five Thousand Progressives Inand dependents Sign Petition Urging His JjS-1 K1. C. O'llear. Tinw Office of O'RKAR & WILLIAMS i 1). G. Williams. l'rnukfort, Ky. . ' Hon. J. M. Perkins, Frankfort, Kentucky. :..-?- . J . Juno 23, 1915. L. ,L My dear Mr. Perkins: I am glad to endorse your candidacy for Auditor of Public Accounts, for tho reason that I bollovo you aro a man of upright character, liberal views, good sound sonse, and havo had a wldo public experience that In every way fits you for tho offlco to which you as- pire. , Exceptionally Well Qualified Because or iraming and Experience HAS CLEAN AND BRILLIANT RECORD LEADING BUSINESS MEN AND LAWYERS OF LOUISVILLE ASK FOR THE NOMINATION OF ROY WILHOIT FOR STATE AUDITOR. WEALTHIEST AND MOST IN FLUENTIAL REPUBLICANS OF THE METROPOLIS ENDORSE HIM. n? 1 know you to bo a self mado man, and ono who hus tho confldcnco of all those with whom you havo come In contact In a business way, as well as tho confidence of tho community In which you llvo. For the oirtco which you seek, whero honesty, sobriety, business experience and sound Judgment count for so much, you are, I bellovc, In every way qualified. Your sorvlco to your party ought to. and I daro say will, plnco you In a commanding position to lusuro their confidence and support. With best wishes for your success, I am, Vory truly yourr '' " ' .,-ED. C. O'UHAH. 4 of a careful consideration of the nomination of candidates upon the Republican State ticket to be voted for in the November Louisville, Ky., July 9, 1915. TO THE REPUBLICANS OF KENTUCKY: We believe that the peculiar conditions existing in Louisville and Jefferson county, comprising the Fifth Congressional District of Kentucky, warrant our calling to your attention the importance Vaoderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into the hest type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronuge is widely scattered and conies from the hest homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should he made earl v. Place your son in this select gioup of bo vs. Write v- - A. , r - ROY WILHOIT. PETITION WHICH PROGRESSIVES AND INDEPENDENTS OF LOUISVILLE AND JEFFERSON COUNTY HAVE SIGNED, URGING KENTUCKY REPUBLICANS TO NOMINATE ROY WILHOIT FOR STATE AUDITOR. 5,100 The results of the election in Louisville in November will, no doubt, bear largely, and perhaps decisively, upon the general result in the State. We believe we shall poll here the largest Republican vote in the history of the city, under favorable conditions. However, not over twenty-fiv- e per cent of the vote which we expect to receive at the general election can participate in the Primary Election on August 7th., due to the operation of a Democratic tVii Election law.- Thrrrfnr ... Rmihlir!inc t1.rnnl..t .u. Oldie ,fSMU.vuto till WUKiiVJUl U1G who are desirous of seeing a united party in the City of Louisville o.ivuiu ow mat wc nave icprcscniauon upon ine state ticKet. To do that it is important that they cast their votes for a candidate who would be the proper representation upon the State ticket, and one who can bring about a united party in this city and district in November. We urge the nomination of Roy Wilhoit for State Auditor, and I or catalogue mid information. earnestly request the Republican voters of the State to support him in the Primary on August 7th. He is the choice of those voters upon whom we must rely to carry us to victory this year; and is our choice and we might add is the unanimous choice of the llou- To Grow Iteil Clover. Republican party in the City of Louisville and the Fifth District, The following which will bo of In We heartily unite in endorsing his candidacy. terest to all our farm readers, was (Signed) Respectfully, handed us by our county agent, Mr. -- .., c... MSTHEIMEY & BSTTS Box A. - iki For Bedding Plants Wedding Decorations, WILLIAM MARSHALL BULLITT, Browder: Lawyer. Former Solicitor-Generof the "Tho dinicultles al election in November. Realizing that it would be impractical to have a Progressive or an Independent as one of your nominees, we wish to state to you that the nomination of HON. ROY WILHOIT of this city, for STATE AUDITOR, would be highly pleasing to us, as we have carefully watched his political course during the past few years, and during his race for Congress in this district last year he made direct appeals to the rank and file of the Progressive party and the Independent vote which attracted favorable attention from us, and won for him our admiration. He is young, aggressive, courageous, honest and capable, and we believe his nomination would unite the Republican party in the Fifth district, and we urge the Republicans of Kentucky to stand for his nomination. We, the undersigned, Hugh H. Ellis Progressives of the city of Louisville, and lican, certify that we have examined the above petition, and find the number of above stated. B. To the Republicans of Kentucky: We, the undersigned Progressives and Independent voters of Louisville and Jefferson county, Kentucky, desiring to see Democracy ousted, both in the State and Nation, and believing that the prospects are bright for both, and realizing that such can be brought about only through union and harmony, request that in the selection of nominees for the various State offices in the coming State primary in August, 1915, you nominate men whom we can heartily support in the general p TT?r'lv EjSiUri - JMiJAJ- JEER and J. T. Rennison, T. Harsh, Repub- names signed to the signatures to be as i3.' TW -- Signed: HUGH H. ELLIS, J. T. RENNISON, B. T. HARSH. Mr. Willioit is able and capable a vigorous campaign speaker and a good fighter. He will contribute much service and add btrcngth by his effective campaigning all over the stfite. The Republicans have never carried Kentucky when they lost Louisville. It is the largest District in the State and in all fairness is entitled to a candidate on the Republican ticket, aside from its effect on the movement. Both of Mr. Wilhoit's opponents are from the Eastern part of the State from which section it is now certain that a majority of the ticket will be selected one of them being from Franklin county, which county already has the Republican nominee for Attorney General. To refuse the Fifth District a single candidate and at the same time give to one small Democratic county two candidates for the most important offices would certainly be not only unfair but eMrcmcly unwise. get-togeth- er ' "'Vfp a stand of red clover seeded T"i WM. HEYBURN, with tho wheat or oats In the spring President Belknap Hardware & Mfg. Co. are so great that it seems wo cannot afford to continue the practice. C. F. HUHLEIN, The experience of the four Exper President B. F. Avery Co. iment stations, as well as a great JAMES F. GRINSTEAD, many farmers located throughout Ex. Mayor. Retired Capitalist. western Kentucky, shows that tho LOGAN C. MURRAY, Chairman Board of Directors, American-Souther- n best time to sow this crop is in tho late summer or early fall, without National Bank. a nurse crop, instead of In tho spring GEORGE DuRELLE, with wheat or oats. Attorney. Former Judge of Kentucky The following method of preparaM Court of Appeals. States tion has been shown to bo successful: """V? District Attorney. As soon as the wheat or oats are harR. I. JAMES, vested, disk tho land then plow It. Secretary Belknap Hardware & Mfg. Co. Keep the field well worked down D2.N L.. BKUNKK, during the summer, making a good President Transylvania Casualty Co. seed bed. Before seeding tlmo apof State. ply two to four hundred pounds of EDW. GOTTSCHALK, acid phosphate per acre and work It Chairman Louisville School Commission. into tho soil. Between August 2oth and September jith sow eight pounds ALBERT SCOTT, of clean clover seed per aero. State Board of Control. Tho splendid clover that can bo CLAYTON B. BLAKEY, grown In this way will be astonishAttorney. Former City Attorney of ing. Louisville. The next year tho clover will be GEORGE T. WOOD, Broker. Republican Nominee for Mayor found to bo as large. If not larger than If sown the spring before. Every ui ivuuisvuie in xyij. farmer In Western Kentucky should 'TD- B G- try a few acres In this way. Bo Circulation Men Louisville Eveniner Post. sure to 'put on tho acid phosphate. ARTHUR E. HOPKINS, Seo your dealer In tlmo and havo him Chairman Jefferson Co. Republican Com. secure clover seed for this fall sowYOUNG E. ALLISON, ing for you. ; Ex-Unit- ed ry -- United States. In the way of ng Funeral Designs, Etc.. see TAPSCOTT, FLORIST Maeonlc Temple OWENSBORO. KY. m U &t - I r HUME v GUARANTEED HEKVICE One hundred per cent value. Special work for V. O. W. W. F. STEVENS, H. F. D. 7, Hartford. Ky. rse, Marble Representing Continental & Granite Co. Editor Insurance Field. DAVID W. FAIRLEIGH, Attorney. . - TTTTV" Wneo in Louisville STOP AT Traveling Man' Experience. over "In the summer of 1888 I had a very severe attack of cholera mor bus. Two physicians worked mo from four a. m. to 6 p. in. without giving mo any relief and then Roy Wilhoit, Esq., City. My dear Mr. Wilhoit: Remembering the very active and vigorous campaign which you made last Fall for Congress, when I was a candidate for the Senate, and feeling that Louisville should have a proper representation on the State ticket, I trust you will be successful in your race for Auditor, and that with Morrow at the head of the ticket, the prospects for a Republican victory this Fall should be most auspicious. Yours very truly, ' (Signed) WM. MARSHALL BULLITT. WHAT FORMER GOVERNOR WILLSON THINKS OF THE CANDIDACY OF ROY WILHOIT. To the Republicans of Kentucky: I believe that Mr. Roy Wilhoit, if nominated for State Auditor, will gain for the Republican ticket more votes in Louisville and Jefferson county than any other candidate to be voted for at the election. I believe he is the choice of those voters in Louisville and Jefferson county whose support will give us the best chance for victory this year and I hope he (Signed) AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON. will be nominated. ENDORSEMENT. RESOLVED, That we endorse tKe candidacy of Hon. Roy Wilhoit, of Jefferson county, for Auditor; that wc have confidence in his strength and ability to be elected in November, if nominated ; that we urge the Republicans of Carter county to do everything possible for him. He was born and reared in Carter county, and we know him to be a Republican well qualified for the honor he seeks at the hand of the Republican party." (Signed) F. A. EASTERLING, Chairman. L. P. WOLFFORD, Secretary. Attests J. S. DeHART, Chairman Republican Executive Committee. WILHOIT POPULAR WITH HOME PEOPLE CARTER COUNTY REPUBLICANS GAVE HIM STRONG told me they did not expect mo to live; that I had best telegraph for my family. Instead of doing so, I gave tho hotel porter fifty cents and told him to buy me a bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and tuko no subFRANK ECKERT, Prop, stitute. I took a double doso ac cording to the directions and wont H.H.ECKERT.Mgr. to sleep after the second dose. At five o'clock the next morning I was European Plan Jl Up, called by my order and took a train for my next stopping point, a well man but feeling rather shaky from tho severity of the attack," writes H. W. Ireland, Louisville, Ky. Ob- We Knock the Spots Out of Things tainable everywhere. in ECKERT'S 5th Avenue Hotel f i. 4 m Constipation Causes Most 111. 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Every blunder In a statute Is a edged Invitation to a law suit, For State Treasurer. A typical example of ono of these BRYAN Wo arc authorized to announco Invitations, so numerous In practlc-ha- s ally every Important statute passed HON. It. L. MOOIIE, of Crittenden by the Democratic Congress, occurs county, a candidate for tho RepubIn Schedule B of the "war tax" law. lican nomination for Rinto Treasurer, Classes Bryan As Milk and " It threatens to Invito the effective- - General Primary election August 7, Is Sickness A Hln? 1915. ness of the entire schedule. Water Statesman. If not, It's wicked to neglect 11That provision declares that "per-neand means of relief. It's wick- - fumcry, cosmetics, nnd other similar For Clerk Court of Appear. ed to endure Liver Ills, Headache, i articles," shall bo taxed. What Wo are authorized to announco Indigestion, Constipation, when one aro "cosmetics?" The term is gen- - EARL C. HUNTSMAN, of Allen counDiscusses National Crisis and dose of is Podophyllin crn, "ol specific. It Is not defined ty, n candidate for Clerk Court of (Mny Apple), without tho gripe. It ln the law, and the question of what Appeals, general Urges Preparedness and Unprimary election B,,R,I uc termed a "cosmetic" arouses the Liver, Incrcnscs the flow has Aug. 7, 1915. of bile Nature's antiseptic In tho ,,ccn plunged Into doubt, which the iversal Military System. Dowels. Vour Constipation and oth- - courts only can finally clear up. A or Ills disappear over-nigFor Circuit Jndjje. becauso BU't 's now pending to determine It. From the earliest days of attempts has helped Nature to re- We aro authorized to announce R. New York, July 19. In a copy- move tho cause. Get a bottle from t0 enforce this schedule, thero hns W. SLACK, of Daviess County, a righted nrtlclc In the August Met- your Druggist Many candidate for the Republican nomiGet rid of hcen continual confusion. ropolitan Mngnzlno, Col. Thi'olr.rr your Constipation overnight. articles of this nation for Circuit Judge, Sixth Ju3 manufacturers of nnosevult, dl'russltiR the present a) s character resisted the tax, declaring dicial district. General primary eleccrisis, will say In part: Against Lawlessness. that their goods were not "cosme-Th- c tion Aug. 7, 1915. "Mr. liryan resigns the foremost collectors were at wcro',lc8'" following resolutions position In the Atnerlcnn Cnblnet and adopted by Rockport Lodge No. 312, sea' atl(1 cnIctlng rulings from We aro authorized to announco Immediately addresses a rargo meet condemning tho spirit of lawlessness Washington as to specific articles JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, ing of Germans, where he was very which Is now disgracing added to the cnt'fdon, delay and ex- the fair as a candidate for the nomination properly received with uproarious namo of our stato and Inflicting nn;Dense of ndmlnlstratlon applause as a faithful servant of the Irreparable, moral and The Internal Revenue office final for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dismaterial present German Government, as a ly settled the difficulty by ruling that trict, subject to tho action of tho upon society, July 17, 1915: Democratic party at the State Priman, who however atnalablo his In Whereas, Tho highest form of pa- manufacturers of certain disputed tcntlons, had In actual fact stood triotism Is profound respect for and products would be exempt from tax- mary the first Saturday In August against the honor, and Interest of cheerful obedience to the laws, and ation if they changed their adver- 1915. America. Now, if Mr. Ilryan were Whereas, The Masonic Fraternity tising. a German, the German Government has always deemed it paramount to The levying of the tax was thus We aro authorized to announci would not for one moment permit good citizenship to stand for peace, made to depend, not upon the pro- HON. T. F. BIRKHEAD, a candidati It 111 to mnkc the kind of address duct itself, but upon the way it was for the Democratic nomination foi order and the reign of law, and against Germany that Gormans apWhereas, Recent mobs have band- advertised, virtually resolving a por- Circuit Judge in this, tho Sixth Judiplauded him for making against his ed together In open violation of tion of Schedule B of'the "war tax" cial district. General Primary elecown country, and ours. Tho success every principle that safe guards our law into a special tax upon advertis- tion August 7, 1915. of the German policy of blood-an- d lives, homes, liberties and property, ing rather than upon the goods un- --A Iron largely depends upon their pos- and committed acts of violence no der dlscuslon when Congress enact For Commonwealth's Attorney. sible rivals and opponents adopting civilized community can tolerate, and ed the statute. We are authorized to announce a policy of The which If unchecked will Inevitably Is elementary in law that "in It n statesman of one na- lead to bloody anarchy, and terpretation of a law shall not usurp LAWRENCE P. TANNER, of Owens-bor- o, Ky., a candidate for the nomition finds in tho milk-an- d water Whereas, Tho enforcement of good the function of legislation." This statesman of another nation the man and wholesome laws largely depend principle has been violated in the nation for Commonwealth Attorney predestined through tho ages to be upon a sound and firm sentiment of administration of the "war tax" law. of the Sixth Judicial District, subhis ally and his tool. the public of which every citizen is The Democratic Congress named two ject to the action of the Democratic 1814, a little over a century an Important, and should be an ac- conflicting dates as to the time party at the State Primary the first "In ago, In the course of tho War of tive part. Schedule B should take effect, and Saturday in August, 1915. 1812, a small British army landed in Therefore, Be It resoived by Rock-po- rt the Internal Revenue office by an arChesapeake Bay. it defeated twice Lodge No. 312, on the register bitrary ruling had to determine what We are authorized to announce American of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky, of Congress intended. Its number of free-bor- n BEN D. RINGO, of Owensboro, Ky., citizens,' without training and disci- Free and Accepted Masons, The courts may decide that the a candidate for the nomination for pline, who 'had leaped to arms,' as First, That we take this method of same thing has happened in the rul- Commonwealth Attorney of the Sixth Mr. Dryan says, or become 'an arm- expressing our emphatic and unqualings as to the tax on "cosmetics." In Judicial District, subject to the action ed citizenry,' as Mr. Wilson puts it. ified condemnation of mob violence any event the history of this portion of the Democratic party at the State It then burned the public buildings and manner of lawlessness, and of the "war tax" law has served to Primary the first Saturday in Au- The 'armed citizenat Washington. Second, That as a duty we owe our- emphasize the slovenly methods em- gust, 1915. ry' upon whose potentiality Presi- selves and country, we pledge our- ployed by the Democratic Congress. dent Wilson relies as an excuse for selves to uphold the right, and es- The Kentucky Sun. For State Senator. signal failure to make any prepara- pecially to stand by and support our a to do our duty by adequate pre- public officials who are charged with We are authorized to announce tion Beware of Ointments for JOHN H. "THOMAS, of paration In view of the terrible world the enforcement of our laws. , Catarrh that Contain Mercury 1 candidate for State Ohio County, Senator, 7th war now going on and of the situaH. L. TUCKER as mercury will surely destroy the sense composed of District, of smell and completely derange the Senatorial tion in Mexico fled with such unanU W. J. MASON whole system when entering It through s. mity and rapidity that only a score the mucous surfaces. Such articles should Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler coun-leJAMES WILLSON, Sr. never be used except on prescriptions General primary election Aug. or so lost their lives. Committee. from reputable physicians, as the damage Jr, they will do Is ten fold to the good you 1, 1915. "Thereupon the remainder, togetha can possibly derive from them. Hall's 1 er with all the American editors and Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no public men who for years had been mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting "About two years ago I had a seWe are t authorized to announce screaming for peace and announcing directly upon and mucous survere attack of diarrhoea which last- faces of the the blood In buying Hall's HQN. ALBERT LEACH", of" Beaver system. was no need for preparing that there Cure be sure you get the genuSenaed for over a week," writes W. C. Catarrh Is ine. It taken Internally and made in Dam, Ky., a candidate for State against war, Instead of expressing Jones, Buford, N. D. "I became so Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testor in the 7th Senatorial District comtimonials free. their hearty shame and repentance weak that I could not stand upright. Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per bottle. prised of the counties of Ohio, Butfor the national failure to prepare, A Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. ler and Muhlenberg. Republican druggist recommended Chamberbecame hysterical in attacking with primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea House and Lot For Sale. words only the hostile nrmy for Remedy. The first dose relieved me We have for sale a lot containhaving burned Washington. The and within two days I was as well as ing acre in old Fair ground adBritish army a century ago was as ever. Obtainable everywhere. For State Representative. m dition on the pike, with 5 room cotprofoundly indifferont to this attack We are authorized io announce tage, good barn and all buildings. as the war lords of Germany today W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs pre- The Editor's Reply, Fine well of water. Abdut 50 young Lclnct, a are. to our prattle about tho Lusl-tan- la candidate for tho Republic A Kansas man wrote to his newsto bear. an nomination fruit trees beginning or tho resolutions of our pofor Representative of litical orators on tho Fourth of July. paper and asked: "What's the mat- Would bo a fine location for some Ohio county. Primary election SatSuch Indifference was, and is, en- ter with my hens?. Every morning one desiring to take advantage of urday, Aug. 7, 1915. tirely justifiable. It was not a nlco when I go to feed them I find some County High School. Terms reasonthing to burn tho public buildings of them keeled over to rise no more." able. We are authorized to announce replied: To which tho editor BARNETT & SON, of Washington; but it was an inL. L. EMBRY a candidate fpr. tho "They're deard." Ky. HaVtford. finitely worse thing for this country, Republican nomination for Repres" nfter two years of war, to bo utterly entative from Ohio CoiiPty. General unable to protect Its capital. It was primary election Aug. 7, 1915.. net a nice thing to kill our women mid children on tho Lusitaula; but For Circuit Court Clerk. it was nn evn meaner and moro coutuniptlblo thing for us to fail to We are authorized to announco OTTO V MARTIN a candidate for nc. with Instant decision thereon "the Republican nomination for Cir nnd had wo bo acted in tho case of cuit Court Clerk at tho general pritho Gttllllght, a few days previously, mary election Aug. 7, 191-5- . tho Liultnnla would never have been sunk. jbol&iwflBiBalBiBaaaaaaaaV j!l38NlBaaaaaaHl HfiHf"We should hnvo a system of unisS'Ss Xak We are authorised to announce i versal military service In this counCAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the try, as tho Swiss have, us tho ArgenRepublican nomination for Circuit tines have, astho Australians and Court Clerk of Ohio County, General Now Zealanders in largo part have. primary election August 7, '1915. Switzerland would, perhaps, be tho best model for us. Under a system We are authorized to announce llko that of tho Swiss there would WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate in- this country military training be tor the Republican nomination for in tho. upper grades of our schools; Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. graduation from tho high then on General Primary August 7, 1915. school the young man, say at some ages of 18 and 21, tlmo between the We are authorlzct to announco would serve for a period not to exCARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss preHeld In the arceed six months in tho cinct, a candidate for the Republican my; after that first service ho would nomination for Circuit Court Clerk days every year serve a week or ten of Ohio County. General Primary for six or eight years, and then would Saturday, August 7, 1915. go definitely Into tho reserve. He would be trained In rifle shooting. JUDGE JAMK 8. I. LEW). We are authorized to announce Switzerland has tried this plan and Judge Jas. P. Lewis, of Whites-bur- tion. Having been successful in his ANDREW THORPE.ot McHenry a It has succeeded well. Doubtless the shrieking sisterhood of pacificist, Letcher county is a candidate private affairs, he will be able to ren- candidate for the Republican nominamale and female, would say that it for the Republican nomination for der efficient service to the Republi- tion for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio can administration, of which he will County. General Primary election It would Secretary would tend to militarism. of State, Republican pri- be August 7. 1916. a part when elected. tend to nothing of the sort. Switmary, August 7th next. He is the By virtue of bis office he will be a zerland is the least militaristic of Are We are authorized to announce S. tbote pacificist, Tenth' District's offering for the of- member of the important Board of countries. aware that Switzerland, with univer- fice of Secretary 'of r State and they Valuation and Asseaement, one of the P. McKINNEY, of Beaver Dam. as sal military service, hat In propor- will appreciate his nomination and most important boards at Frankfort. a candidate) 'fortaenemiaatlea for respond in November with a splendid Vote (or him and he will help Circuit Court 'ciWk'.'V-Ji- et to fee tion to its population only Republican majority for the whole elect the whole ticket la November. actios of1 the 'pimfn et Ohio of the homicide that our ounty, at the oWrar primary' elee-enow? state? tieket: r He ls,a business nan Hla party loyalty la unquestioned 1 truce rTlct' would be good from 'the of good habit, and splendid diicre- - aad hie Integrity vacaalleBged. ;wv., ROOSEVELT JN standpoint of our civil life. It would be of Incalculable benefit to us, In-- J and socially. In Swltzcr- land It has Increased tho Industrial and socll efficiency of tho people It been of gront benefit, physically nnd morally, to the Individual and to the community ns a wh61e. , 1- ss ht to-da- nl ry milk-and-wat- blood-and-lro- ' tv.- . - g, th !!.. l..n. ,, "7 -- .14 v f ,.n .1 .ii.o K j.u , .- -- J jwmmimiM BBWu,mwwwHttwwi Hertford Republican. Ki.r.d tlMS, mvorilm la law lit t Ky., M l'olnfBM The Louisville Times warns the Democratic Secretary of State not to C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor forget to advertise the Revenue- Constitutional nmendment this time. It Address all communications to will le remembered that the voto on this amendment which wns carried, fa Hartford Republican. was rendered void two years ago, because Mr. Crecelllus forgot to do his NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS duty to advertise tho election ninety Ralwentwm dwlrlnu the tmtr nt to b m BddniM mnt kIt the old nddm In mnkliitr lb days In advance. - rfonl, mll mnttr of tl wrond have cooled off perceptibly since tho Owensboro meeting nnd their speak- -' lng contest has proven a decided disappointment in Ohio county. H s y. rqDMt. should vote in 7, and should vote in every race. Do not line, iiionry In ndvnnce. per CbHrrta .Notlm lor itrvlcei frw, lint other trust someone else to nominate your ndrr rtl'Murot. fx p'r ltn-- . The State and County coinionnlrntlonH will recflre no candidates. AnoD,TnoD are going to enormous expense to ttrntlnn provide a means to register your choice. Tho expense is Incurred Just CvLxa.yiazlo.xii. ...... - L23 the same whether, you voto or not. CO Farniero' Resides, you should voto in every race Do not vote In one or two rnces and "IUIUY, JUM' 30. leave the balance blank. Vote a full ticket nnd help show your party food while we watch strength. Mexico needs " nnd wait. Only One Sure liu!. Union Intimates The Rochester The high cost of living seems to that "when Europe stops giving us entrenched. be well orders for munitions of war, she will good citizen should fall to vote have to put in a lot of orders for No plowshares." It has a pleasant in the primary election. sound and so long as the orders keep Germany answered our latest note on coming there will nc no grumbling on this side. But let us not forget by sinking another ship. what has caused our good fortune would be a fortune In an In foreign trade. It was the same There edition of "who Is who," In Mexico. war here referred to, not the present Democratic Tariff law. And If England is economizing but she the United States continues for any lias not taken to Hamburger steak. time after the war in the role of a supply basis for Europe, It will be because of the helpless condition in one down for Governor Put He Is not "to proud to which war has left industry abroad. For permanent activity along manfight." ufacturing lines in this country, Some women flght harder to get there is only one sure basis the Into society than they will pray to Protective Tariff. Wells (N. Y.) Herald. get to heaven. pr llf for Doalnt'ioi I.otnln nnd Nntlm 10c per line and Je rneta niMltlonnl lnnrtlon. Oliltnnrlp". Itwoliitlonn nnil Ciinl of TtHDWjSc Every Republican the primary election Aug. tucil GREAT ECONOMY To BUY AT OUR 5TORE IT IS JJQW WHEN YOU .SEE OUR BEAUTIJOHN H. THOMAS It has been the unbroken policy of this paper to tnke no part in the primary contests for the Republican nominations for county offces, nor have we heretofore taken a position In a primary contest between Ohio County Republicans for any office, but In the present race for the nomination for State Senator In this district we feel amply Justified in breaking this rule. In indorsing the candidacy of Hon. John H. Thomas we are voicing the sentiment of an overwhelming majority of the Republicans of Ohio county, who favor his nomination and election for these reasons: years Mr. Thomas has been one of the most faithful and For twenty-fiv- e trusted leaders of his party in this county. Both as a speaker and a writer he has been an effective factor In every contest of his party since he was a mere boy. The confidence of his party is attested by the fact that three times when all the county officials were to be elected Mr. Thomas was called from, his home in the country, fifteen miles away, to Hartford to manage the Republican campaign and the number of times he has so served his party shows how faithfully he fulfilled the trust. Interested for the success of his party rather than for honors for himself, Mr. Thomas has declined persistent and repeated solicitations to run for office, and only when the opportunity presented to appear for a position congenial to his taste and ability did he consent to offer himself as a candidate for State Senator. Mr. Thomas was formerly editor of this paper, and as a contributor of political and literary matter to the press has shown his ability as a writer among the best in the State. Mr. Thomas' strength as a writer and speaker, and his moral courage in public affairs fit him for a service In the Kentucky Senate that will reflect the highest credit upon both himself and the district. In the Kentucky Senate as in every other public assembly where he was interested John H. Thomas will be an important factor and the people of the district will know they have a Senator In the Kentucky General Assembly. ing a total of 1,200. Chicago, July 27. With the arrival here today of Secretary of Commerce Kedfield, steps were taken to determine what form the Federal Investigation Into the clause of the capsizing of the steamship Eastland at her dock last Saturday shall take. Secretary Redfleld, following President Wilson's request for a thorough Investigation is prepared to go Into the case independently of the Federal steamboat inspection service, but wll not anounce ills conclusions until he has had time to make a personal examination of conditions. With the entry of tho cabinet member Into the case, no less than eight separate investigations are in progress or contemplated with the situation complicated by a clash between states' Attorney Hoyno and Federal of authorities over the possession evidence gathered by the Chicago police and which the latter on demand turned over to the government agents for presentation to the Federal grand Jury. Beauty Jlort Than Skin Deep, A beautiful woman always has good digestion. It your digestion Is faulty, Chamberlain's Tablets will do you good. Obtainable everywhere, m FUL .SUMMER GooD-5- , YoU WILL OUR LOW ADMIRE THEM. WHEN "MARKED-DOW- YOU N" GET PRICED, YOU THI-- y. WILL BUY. BETTER COME IN WEEK. If you keep quiet and listen you War Cannot Lost Forever. may learn a lot from people who Virginia is feeling big over the Increase in the industries helped by talk too much. the European war, but they must People would like to have that not forget the war cannot last for251b8 sugar for a dollar while pre- ever, and unless Protection is restorserving time is on. ed to the country the factories now reopening will close at the close of We seem to be in a fair way to war. Tazewell (Va.) Republi ill win of all the European the Set the can. toelligerants except Belgium. .. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED, Penitentiaries seem to have trouble because the good prisoners object to associating with the bad ones. Hartford, Kentucky. President Wilson has extended the time In which he had warned the Mexicans that they must start to be good. GREAT DISASTER AT CHICAGO Excursion Steamer Turns Turtle in Chicago River. More Than Thousand Men Women 1IO.V. XV. S. DEAX. The Hon. W. S. Dean, who Is mak ing the race for the Republican nomination for Representative from Ohio county, was born In Breckenridge county, September 29, 18C3. He was born on a farm in a log cabin, which Is said to very much resemble the typo from which Abraham Lincoln sprang. Ho spent his boyhood on tho farm and until he wus 32 years an of age. In 1S95 he married Ohio county girl, Miss Annie Renfrew, daughter of Mr. Virgil Renfrew, of Dundee. Tho same year he moved to Dundee, Ohio county and tor twenty years has devoted, his tlmu to farming, stock raising and His stand for the milling business. moral social and material Improvement has mado him a power in bis community. In 1905 he was nominated by the Republicans for Magistrate in his district and served a four year term with great credit and satisfaction to nil the people of the county. In 1909 he was nominated and elected Representative and served one term. His record in that position is clean and an honorable one. Tho record shows that ho was always ut his post when the roll was called and no vote can be found against the interest of the people. He did not stand for but In 1913 his people again demanded that ho represent them in the Fiscal Court, and he was nominated and elected to that important position and has proven faithful to ' It looks like the Democratic race for Governor Is now between McChes-jie- y and McDermott, from all we can learn. Pity President Wilson did not know how to direct the framing of a Tariff bill as well as he does a note to Germany. The various generals In Mexico all profess to be working to tho same beneflcient end, although applying different means. Mr. Bryan expects to remain in po- and Children Drown in Death Trap. The greatest inland waterway steamship dlbaster, comparable in loss of life only with such awful catastrophles as the sinking of the Tltantlc and the destruction of the General Slocum, occured on July 2 at Chicago, when tho steel excursion steamship Eastland, while loaded to capacity or over with several thousands of men, women and children en route across Lake Michigan to attend a monster picnic of the em ployes of tho Western Electric company, turned turtle Immediately upon leaving her dock in the Chicago river. Hundreds of unfortunates were caught between decks and drowned like rats In a trap without a chauco for their lives, for the list of the ship was bo gradual and imperceptible to cause alarm and the capsizing so sudden there was absolutely no warning. Thousands caught upon the decks were Injured by Jumping or being thrown upon the decks or were drowned when they fell into the swift running river. Chicago is mourning; all her morgues both temporary and permanent are tilled with dead; all her hospitals are overflowing with the injured. The city has not been stirred since the fearful Iroqulos disaster on Dec. 24, 1903. Chicago, July 27. With the taking of testimony by the coroner's jury the first open Investigation of the capsizing of the Eastland started today. Secretary of Commerce Red- field also arrived today and took up what he promised will be thorough Searching the river and the inquiry. ' Eastland's hull for bodies continued today. At noon the official list of identified dead numbered 822; the unidentified, 6; missing, 393, mak- 1 litics. He will find however, that it takes more than a lecture course to finance a political campaign. Europe seems to think the sea was made for a battle ground and that those who are not in tho game should remain at home until the war is over. A great deal of fun was mado of Congressman Hobson a few years ago, because he lought for a larger and better Navy and army. It may noon be Hobson's turn to laugh. Read Ed. Morrow's crushing reply ilw. lli JJJUtfllO . lv tlwt Vvonlnt' n ll3 II V mliltcliml I J Post, charging that tho whisky financed his campaign for the He gives amount and nomination. U V( names of contributors. seem wldo Louisville Democrats Prices Higher to The Consumer. The department of labor under the direction of the Wilson administration has prepared a statement on tho cost of living which shown that per cent, since Yet The prlco of milk lias Increased 3 per cent, and eggs slightly more than 3 per cent. Milk and eggs are on the free list. The Payne Aldrlch duiy on eggs was five cents a dozen. It was removed in order to reduce the cost of living. When the wage earner studies this report he will realize tho falsity of statements made by Free- FPamln Divunt;io ilii.lnn .1... kaui-- a uiu n liauu n nn.m 1r m... uuiuit palgn which resulted In the olectloir of Woodrow Wilson. The cry that high prices were the result of tho Tariff is refuted by the facta. contained In the report. The remarkable rise in prices has taken Unplace In spite of the Free-Trad- e derwood law which placed foodstuffs on the free list to the great injury of the farmer, ' and as experience shows, without benefit to the meats have gone up 10 CM, V. KKOW.V. Fellow Republicans of Ohio county tho campaign is now atiout ended and I want to present my plea. I have been a lite long Republican. In 13S2 at the request of my party I announced my candidacy for jailer and at the request of my party I withdrew, after that canvaslng tho county that thoy might form u fusion with the Greenback party. Tho Jailer and sheriff wore elected on the fusion ticket thut year. Agulu a similar request was mado in 1894 to become a candidate for sheriff. I was elected that year by a handsome plurality over a popular Democrat by a plurality of 299 votes. Again I be came a candidate for sheriff in 1901, and wus elected, after perhaps the hardest fought battle that was ever had In tho county by a small majority. Now I offer my services for Circuit Court Clerk. I have defeated two as strong men as the Democratic party has ever ruu. I am a Republican because of a deep conviction that the principles of that great party are best tor the welfare of the State and Nation. My ambition to be Clerk is inspired by a keen desire to serve my party and country. I am asking ray friends to go to the Republican primary and vo(e for me on Aug. 7. A friend in need la a friend Indeed, and I certainly would appreciate it if my friends would go out and vote for me. Remember what this would be for me and I certainly would most graciously appreciate 'the' favor. I am making this race on a plea of service. I have given my entire llfo to the cause of tho Republican party since my majority. I have never accumulated any money in office, have always contributed my means to keep up the organization of the party when I was not a candidate the same as when I was. Yours Truly,, m apart on the question of who stands the best show to beat, McChesney, Stanley or McDermott. Our private opinion Is that they will yet have to compromise on Morr w. By the way, why di we hear no more about that $300,000 lost from the State Treasury. Cannot some of Gov the last Presidential election. meats are on tho free list. ernor discuss this little matter for lie? the Democratic candidates for Reader, when you pay a tux for a telephone message, freight bill, deed, note, marriage license or death certificate, remember it Is not a Repub- Ills trust. He now asks the Republican's of lican "tariff tax" which has hit you. is a Democratic 'war tax",, In ,Umes Ohio County to send him back to It Frankfort this winter to represent . i of peace. Tho Democratic race for Clrcuft. jsentatlves. If Elven the nomination Judge in this dUtrJcl continues hoj on August Jtl ,h,e promises strong sad somewhat exciting In spots, with support from many men who belong both sides claiming the hest of, It. to the opposite party, in a winning Messrs. Ringo and Tanner .seem to fight in November. Din nnnnln In Mia Hoimn nf rtmira . a , , ,, . im CALP,KEOWN. J y A BIG SAVING NOW I.'rs. Sam Rllcy, daughter, Mtns SIMS WILL RUN Flora and son, Jack, the the guests of relatives at Bartlctt for a few FOR SENATE days. Mrs. Dorothn ISnrrnss, Taylor Mints, is very nick. Mrs. Barrass is tho mother of Circuit Court Clerk, E. G. IlurrnRS.. Opposition to Tennessee's "Ba- Ixist Hood for top of Beo Auto.' by" Senator Is nounced; An- Finder please return to Dr. li. F. Tlchenor, Hartford, Ky., ntul receive reward. 3tf. COUNTY SOCIALISTS Our big Semi Annual Kum Down Sale is in full blast. I Are you attending? If not, you should, as our entire stock of summer goods are moving at greatly reduced prices. Many short lengths in Ginghams, Percals, Che viots, Lawns, etc.,the very kind to make school dresses, etc. SALE CLOSES SATURDAY, AUG. 7. Re- member this and that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. .&&&$& Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY 80. L., II. No. 11C No. 114 No. 112 ST. L. K. It. TIMK TABLE. duo at Ellmltch 9: 20 a. m. duo at Ellmltch C: 15 p. m. Lv. Ellmltch .. 3: 40 p. m. Ar. Irvlngton . . 3: 40 p. m. Lv. Irvlngton . . G: 4C p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7: 40 p.m. Lv. Louisville .. 8: 35 a.m. .10: OG a. m. Ar. Irvlngton .10: 40 a.m. Lv. Irvlngton . 1: 04 a. m. Ar. Ellmltch Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnett are iting relatives near Llvermore vis- Dr. Jesse Dean, Horse Branch, Is the guest of his father, Dr. L. B. Bean. Mips Geneva York, Linton, In- diana, is the guest of Miss Edna Black. Misses Matye Duke, Nancy Ford and Leila Glenn were tho guests of the Misses Duke, of Sunnydale this week. V No. Ill here Mr. Lewis O' Donnel, Louisville, Is loking over Ohio county oil fluids, with a view of securing some ilU M., II. & E. It. It. TIME TABLE. Misses Nellie uud Nancy King South Bound, No. 115 have returned from a visit to their 8:45 a. m. Duo at Hartford slhter, Mrs. Charley Jennings, at North Bound, No. 114 C:15 p. m. Graham, Ky. Duo at Hartford Mr. and Mrs. H.E."Leo Slminer-nia(Both "Mixed Trains.) Misses Winnie Simmerman and Lucllo Plrtlo were In Owenshoro Wire cloth nt S. L. King's. several days last week. Miss MarlanVand MrT McIIenry MIbh Martha 1'ato returned homo Holhrook returned home Monday Thursday from Owenshoro. last from Ford8Vlllo whero thoy have Rev. II. W. Napier, who has been guests of friends. is very much im- been tho on tho sick list, Mr. J. tTFoIIx is visiting tho famproved. ily of Dr. Godsey at Sulphur Springs. Quito a number from hero attend- Ho will visit at Olaton and return at Dundee home In about two weeks. ed tho Masonic pic-nl- c Saturday. Mrs. ShlHyTayTbr'and"daughter, Mfg. L.T. Cox, of Owenshoro Is Klttlo Lee, who havo been the guests tho guest or Mr. and Mrs. M. L. of Mrs. Laura Stevens and other Ileavrln. relatives returned to Beaver Dam cfoth.any width from 24 to Wednesday. Wire Worth, Mr. Mal!!mir'May7Fort 40 inches, black and galvanized, at Texas, and Mrs. John W. May and S. LfXlng's. children, Port Arthur, Texas, are visMrs. J. R. I'lrllo and children iting tho family of Mr. Stevo May, on in Dun-do- e wore the guests of relatives Union Street. this weok Mr. Curtis Flener, of Mo., Little Mr. McIIenry Holhrook left Thurs- Miss Lois Flener, LoganBport, Ky., day for Now York whero ho has ac- and Miss Noka Flener, Beaver Dam, cepted a position. aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Misses Pendleton and Tlchenor Martin and Miss Harriet Flener. spent tho week end with the Mises Mrs. Ora Stevens, Littleton, ColoWeller, of Dundee. rado, who has been visiting relatives Mrs. Dud!oy"Ford7sbn anddaughter, In Hartford for several days, Is visitof Bowling Green are tho guests of ing her Bister, Mrs. Mary LIndley, near Llvermore. relatives and friends here. SlaTe, School Miss Mary Austin Carson returned For SaTeOne home Monday from a visit to Miss Black Board, 7x6x4. Never used, is Evelyn Clark of Sunnydale. in original package. Price $5.00. A. W. LOOAN, Braeslde, Mr. u.sTCaraon and children visHartford, Ky. 3t2. have returned from several days Mr, andfMrs. R. TrHoover and to relatives at Dundee. it The pastor RevTcfeir delivered sons, Smith and Carl left last Satable sermons at the Hartford BaptUt urday for Dyresburg, Tenn., where church Sunday morning and evening. they will make their future home. Mr. Hoover will open a bottling "JVUie a kodairwltiryou"aBd bring; your vacation. Ob plant ln""that city. We 'regret to tujrthe Htory of lose these, good people from our TAPPAN'8, J. tale at town. BkrtiordjKy. n. torltory. Washington, July 2C. A veteran of the House will oppose tho "Baby" of tho Senate In Tennessee. Repre sentative T. W. Sims, of tho Eighth district announced today that he will Miss Etta Holder was called to seek the Democratic senatorial nomRockvule, Ky., last Saturday on acination against Luke Lea. Mr. Sims count of the Illness of her aunt, Mrs. Mrs. Clcmmons hns been in the House eight years, Sarah CLemmons. died Thursday night mid Miss Hol- and Mr. Lea will complete his first senatorial term In 1017. der returned yesterday. In his announcement, Mr. Sims Prof. R. P. Green, of Bowling arcuscd Senator Lea of persistent abGreen, Republican candidate for operaSupt. Public. Instruction, was here senteeism and of continual way to Dundee whero tion In local Tennessee politics when Frldny on his great matters of State demanded tho he delivered a fine address on Satattention of the Senate. He stated urday during th(. MaBonlc barbacue. that Mr. Lea was elected by a fusion For Sale Slx White Leghorn combination over Benton McMlllIn 4 months old. Purest and that he had "never known of Cockerels, strain of class in U .S. First choice nn instance where the immediate $3.00. Pedigree If required. beneficiary or party disruption and A. W. LOGAN, Braeslde, defeat has been rewarded by subseHartford, Ky. 312. quent party approval and Indorse' . Quarterly meeting for Hartford ment." Mr. Lea, says the statement, has CARL M. T Methodist church was held at Mt. Hermon last Saturday with dinner been absent from half the rollcalls Mr. Carl M. Taylor, who Is making Presiding on the ground. Elder dtrlng his time In the Senato, "so as such a splendid race for the RepubliRushing preached an able sermon at to establish beyond doubt absolute and willful neglect of duty. Indeed, can nomination for Circuit Court He also preached at 11 o'clock. he Is the first Senator from Tennessee Clerk, was born on a farm near Pren-tl- s, Goshen Sunday at 11 o'clock. Ohio County, March 22, 1877. against whom a compulsory progress HON. eTp. MORROwT REPUBHe was educated in the public schools of the Senate had to be Issued in orLICAN' CANDIDATE FOR GOVERder to compel his attendance and and at West Kentucky Seminary, NOR, WILL SPEAK AT LIVEIlf that, too, when an Administration Beaver Dam, and is well qualified MORE TOMORROW AT 1 O'CLOCK measure of the greatest importance for the position. He married Miss P. M. THE OCCASION BEING A was the unfinished business of tlje OUie Hocker, an Ohio County girl, of Mr. J. D. Hocker. Of GREAT W. O. .W. BARBECUE. Senate." , daughter OHIO COUNTY SHOULD SEND A ! three children born to them only I one is living, a daughter eleven BIG DELEGATION. Albert Leach years old. Who is making the race for State The brick building corner of Main and Center streets, gelonglng to Mr. Senator was born July 2 1S78, on a J. W. Ford, has been leased for a pe- farm near Cromwell. Was left an properly accourted body of citizen e orphan at the age of four. He is soldiers, instructed In the profession riod of ten years by the Department and the Hartford post-offi- self made. He has been a member of arms, lies the only immediately will be moved to the new quar- of the Miners Union for fifteen years, means of increasing our ters August 1st. It is central, and served as a legislative delegate in available 1908-191- 4 In the Interest of organ- military establishment to a degree adapted to its new use. well was also district au- remotely approaching the pressing Earnest ized labor. He years, The noted Evangelist, served in the necessities of the country. ditor for seven House and his singer of Oklahoma, Unfortunately the national guard House of Representatives In 1912 and will begin a series of meetings at the stood for the rights and welfare of has not received In the past the enChristian church in Fordsville, Ky., couragement from the public that an great common people. about August 5th and judging from the Mr. Leach is qualified to fill the intelligent understanding of its functho numerous conversions and the office for which he is seeking the tions and purposes requires. "It- - has great Interest that has attended had to meet the open or secret hosnomination. wherever this Evangelist has gone tility of the unthinking and, to str.Ug,- -, we predict a great meeting for FordsReal .Steps Toward National Pre- gle against the indifference of the ville. populance. paredness. No action undertaken by any of Were it brought to the place in Esquire W. S. Dean brought to this devoted' the community it should occupy the, office Tuesday, a sample of Sudan the numerous associations grass which was planted on his farm to the improvement of the na'tional menace of our present condition the 14th day of May. It measured defense has been more practicable or would be notably modified; and the 10 feet and 1 inch from tip to tip. better calculated to achieve results taxpayers, while they would be callIt is the first ever grown in Ohio than that which proposes to enroll ed on to contribute something to its county and Esquire Dean obtained all employers of labor for the en- development, would still remain, in the seed from Texas. He has three couragement of enlistment in the happy ignorance of the burden imposed by a large standing army. arccs more about three inches high national guard. In a numerous, well drilled and New York Sun. which will mature before frost. It is claimed that the now grass will make excellent feed for all kinds of stock. The growth Is wonderful. Come In and see It. Eluborato arralngcments are being of Hart-fordmade for the dedication new Methodist church which will take place the third Sunday in August. The sermon will bo delivered by Bishop James Atkins, of Waynesvllle, N. C. Tho entire town is interested in this splendid building which la an ornament to tho city. Heretofore tho members of tho Hartford church have borne the flnan Now, no doubt cial requirements. all pcoplo In this vicinity will bo glad to help lift the balance of tho obligation and thus repay a people who have contributed to tho erection of chrurches of all denominations in every section of Ohio county. WILL MEET AT THE COURT HOUSE, HARTFORD, KY., IX MASS CONVENTION' TOMORROW AT 10, O'CLOCK A. M. FOR THE NOMINATION OK CANDIDATES. Post-Officce THi: OHIO AYLOR Mr. Taylor has been a farmer all his life, and a successful one. He nover asked ,r office, but has been an active party worker, serving as precinct Campaign Committeeman on numerous occasslons. While he Boliclts and will appreciate votes from all sections of the county, Mr. Taylor feels that he Is especially entitled to consideration at the hands of the country voter. He will ap- predate support at the primary, Au- -' ' ' gust 7. n&A tkkkkkkkkkk "s ilk MmtMStJm Mr. Embry, who is malting the- race for the Republican nomination for Representative, "was ben'"'"36,' years ago on a farm in Select precinct, spent his boyhood on the farm and received his early education In tho public schools. Later he attend'He ed the Morgantown Seminary. began teaching in the public schools in 1898, and has taught each year since, and at the same time has conMr. Embry's father tinued farming. who was Vinson Embry, died while the subject of this sketch was only 17 years old and at a time when he was bending every energy in securing an education, leaving an invalid mother and small children, brothers for and sisters, dependent on him handicap, support. With unusual Mr. Embry has mado his way In life and has accomplished what few men so situated could havo accomplished. He ib a self made man. He married Miss Eva Baize, in 1903, and they have threo bright daughters. Mr. Embry Is a good speaker and, if elected will be able to make his presence felt on tho flor of the House of Rep- -, "resontatlves. He has never aspired to office before and now asks your support .in the primary, August 7, 1915. to t ataaWWaV ir mkW' naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawjt-.z- Vi Lt L. EMBRY; ' ' -- To Wheat Growers. All who want to dispose of wheat wet or dry bring or send us sample of one halt bushel on or before August 1st. Also state number of bushels you have for sale. We will bo In a position by August 3rd to make you a price. ELLIS FLOUR MILL, It4 At Hartford Mill Co. Old Stand. Becker Must Die. Osslnlng, N. Y. July 28. 'Charles Becker, in the death house at Sing recelvedcalmly Sing prison, the news that his appeal for a new trial had been denied. Father Cashln, tho condemned man's spiritual adviser, said later that Becker bore up well, Becker had been waiting for some news and when Deputy Warden Johnson reached his cell inquired: "Have I lost?" Mr. Johnson replied: "Yes, Charlie, I am very sorry to say you have." Becker's voice was thick aa he ht School Tax Due. Tho school tax for Hartford Grad- ed School district No 1, is now due and a penalty of 6 per cent will be added after Aug. 15 th. Call on mo and get your receipt and save extra cost. J. P. STEVENS, Collector. 3t4 Directors Meeting. The Board of Directors of the Hartford Tobacco Warehouse Co., are called to meet at thecourt house in Hartford, Ky., Saturday, July 31, 1915, at 10 o'clock a. m. J. R. WELLER, Pres. WALLACE H. RILEY. Wallance H. Riley, who Is seeking the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County, was born in Hartford, July 21, 1884. At the age of five he went to the farm where he grew to manhood. Attended the Common Schools and later Hartford College, after his father moved back to town. In 1904 attended Georgetown College. He was married to Miss Myrtle Auierine Dec. 1905. Since then he has been In the employe of the Hartford Mtll Co. Mr. Riley has always been a Republican and although never before a can-- , dldate, he has at each election been active in behalf of the Republican Candidates, and has alwaya supported them. He has never held' office, except Is 'a member for a brief tune serving as County election Commissioner. of the W, O. W Maccabees and Masonic lodges. He feels that he Is competent and deserving, It you think bo he will appreciate your support at the primary 'Aug. 7. Notice. We have leased the flour mill of Have emthe Hartford Mill Co. and as miller ployed a first-clasoon as we can get, the mill thoroughly rehauled and equipped, we will be la position to do custom grinding and do a general milling business. Give us a trial and we will convince you that there Js no,,. better flour. The style of the new we ... business is Ellis Flour Mill, v will continue the Feed and Produce buslnes at our old stand. BRQ. W. E. ELLIS It4 ss said: I that I would win pointed. I am, not hail been hoDlne aealnst hope and I am .disap- afraid to die." J I l I Vantcd to ay something bnd most objcctlonablo we Villi dlfecuss earth In a few places and stayed Ions Davit Reply To Tlnsley. about Ihc old parties, I would appeal later on but for th( present, wo want enough to tell us that the Socall.t. Tho good old reverned brother at to Theodore Kooscvclt nnd the Fcdcr - it understood Oiat wo are going to would confiscate their neighbors you believe that would have fight for a rtffcal of the obnoxious at grand juries for Informntioln. HOTEL cr,yj I deny that tho melting-po- t is one primary law. Ofcvnsboro News. wo Socialists would nbollsh religion. ij.,0 brother doesn't seem to real- Law Attorney In that he tries to falsely Impress the lze that confiscation has been the of the lending Socialist papers In i game of speculators every since our America. It deals almost entirely HAJITFOHD, KT, tho public. Wo couldn't abolish I hnve read a number of our pub- - with religion. kind that Jesus taught peace on nation was horned. All U tffw Will practice his profesab)". FOR FLETCHER'S of Its issues but I have never seen C mill lien wn iiimiu " nn.l rnn.1 will In mnnklmi. nnrth and adjoining countless Conuuerstitu I and we find anything In Its colums that pertained Because there Is but little If any to "O tho producing clan and Criminal I'rnc(ic ft. Specialty. 4 class runs all to Socialism. Though I admit that that the ' abolish. We wouldn't If we could, Tlio Kvact I'olnt. arc pri- its manager is nn unbeliever I can and couldn't If we would. Person- of those public utilities that distri- find unbelievers in EL Of AMERICAN! "A train leaves New York," sup-- 1 either of the old religion vately owned. A look at tho ally I am against the kind of bution of wealth as given In the ta- parties not 10 miles from Simmons posed tho teacher, "traveling forty , that makes, Its victim Jump up and In a cltr whtrt V tioltli miles an liooj-- . It is followed thirty you that Kjr. Law bound, " thc.PowiMUa htldl lh ' holler glory hallclluah, pop bis heels ble below will convince Mr. Tlnsley said, "Do you notice minutes later "by a train traveling Int. most of the nation's wealth has alHARTFORD, KY. together and perform a few other II it fint'ln tht, herti .of h from Its pro- any enthusiastic christian workers eighty miles nn hour. At what M(trs. V. II. llurme unit C. kV countrymen. circus stunts on Sunday. Then on ready been confiscated In the churches? If not why not? point will the second train run into ducers. SmUh announce that the)' have lorra-- a Monday he forgets what ho done and Yes there are active Christian Social- the first?" Distribution of wealth for 1900. partnership for tho tumoral imc-Lic- e said on Sunday. Tuesday he tells The class seemed at n loss; that class) $50,000 and ists In the churches of Ohio county. Tho wealthy of law, except ciiUnliv.il ami dlvor Charley Drown that old Ulll (the I will produce their names in my next Is, nil except Willie Green, who was casus, .Mr. Smith bulug County Attar-uA- y balky horse) will null anywhere over, number 125,000, aggregate standing In the aisle vigorously wagaverage articlo If you would have me to. $33,000,000,000, is prevented frwn practicing such when In reality he nulls nowhere. wealth There are many Socialists who glng his hand. wealth $264,000. eatsvs. Mr. Doriutj will liuUvldutiily that ho Is 10 years old when ho is "Well, Willie.?" snld the teacher. o to won't Join tho churches because they class, $50.00 In such practloi. aoenj Ottlo really 20. On Wednesday he sells' The "At the hind end of the rear car, $5,000, number 1,375,000, aggregate think the churches have failed to do Hartford Republican building, Hartold Dill to Charley Brown, (the tcfinul, e Tlit TowVtan average that which they were organized for. ma'am," answered Willie. (nl rntful. $23,000,000,000, cluuvc, Iti excelpoor man) for $50. when In reality wealth ford, K- I am personally acquainted with a lent locution on Pennsylvania wealth $10,000. he Isn't worth 50cts. Old Dill dies Avenue, 181b ami II Slreeli, maket it a ilentable lieiJquir-te- n The middle class $5,000 to $500 prominent baptist who says that he during the coming winter and Char- T. W'AIIKSTIItTTON OTTOC. MAHTIt lor bridal couplet, touritt will alHrni that the churches of topartita, conventions, Schools and gets $5.00 for number 5,500,000, aggregate wealth day ley skins him. He Cromwell, Ky. llnrtlnnl, Ky, are failures. Bro. Tlnsley I lollcges. , average wealth $1,- his hide, as the only reward for his S.200,000,000, The attracts the will give you the name nnd address & MARTIN STRATT0N people ol culture and education. Operated by patience and tender care toward him &00- of your Bro. baptist If you want to Itt proximity to State, War and Attorneys nt Law The poorer class under $500 num- during his last days. For the re-- j Navv Departments, ,o to manf tackle him. He is not a Socialist points ol historical interest, CROMWELL, - KY. mainder of the week this pious old ber 5,500,000, aggregate wealth either. Hotel Company makes this hotel especially at Will practice their profession in tills hypocrite who calls himself a fol- - $800,000,000, average wealth $150. tractive to a discriminating pub Bro. Tlnsley if you are going to he. Total number 12,500,000, aggre- lower of the Carpenter brags to his and djolnltig counties. Collections, Under New Management The Powhatan offcrt room discuss Socialism with me you must nelghbors about being $50 better off 'gate wealth $05,000,000,000, average with detached bath at $1.50, Commercial and Criminal Practice a fold your wings and come back to $2.00 and up. Rooms with priT. QUISENDERItY. Specialty. Prompt so is Charley wealth $5,200. He Is $50 worse off and and vlgoroufe vate bath, J J. JO. $1.00 and up. earthly things. service- - Notary In office. Drown. "Write for booklet with rotp Charles D. Spahr's distrlbu- From In order to bring Mr. Tlnsley back Kates $1.00, Sj!l.2. ami $1.30 ler Day we socialists CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. uiai Kinu oi re- - tion of wealth in the U. S. I 50 a to the subject I present him a Meals 23 Cents. Manager. llgion that will set every slave free, carefUl study of the table reveals to you know that wo working peo- us the fact that the plutocratic class and Dest In the city for the money Do you believe that each and ple are slaves under our present cap- owns over 50 per cent of the nations every one imniHiHiiiii'ifi'iJt.'iJiiiuiii should have all they create Special attention to tho traveling italistic system. That kind that wealth, yet It only composes 1 per or its equivalent in dollars? Social- public. ( would banish poverty from the work- cent of its population. We find that ists do. SPECIAL In TRADCMARKB fremMlj1 ing class and establish peace and the eleven million families of the Db you think that the working iitvuuirtT(iuiir, "rvuuin P'STCrflO OWENSBORO.KY. Tho most economical, cleansing nnd good will among us while we are middle and poor classes own about THAT PA'lruauUHrouj-i- , at our man is paid for all the wealth he aiatfia. sui4lTkli vuii. germicidal of nil antiseptics lis Vtjak tAlfc.l .. tdtt hlkAll A here in flesh and blood Is tho kind 14 per cent of the nation's wealth, creates? Socialists don't. ... v .vw.u- ..mu ivr BBKMM rrlLl , j iiwi 1'iatriivvi. SUri that socialists talk for, vote for and yet they composed about 8S per cent natnc:Do you think that a man can be.., )r lkMik nn .t'ltail,. pray for. of the nations population. come a millionaire honestly? I don't. Saventh Btraot, I don't believe that it is possible his God for not being He thanked Do you think that one mnn has n wwaniwoTOH, D. C. lor us to have practical Christianity Yet he has lived right to speculate on the labor of and among the workers and the shirkers until we establish A soluble Antiseptic Powder to other men? Socialist don't. Socialism in the place of competition for over one-haof a century. The be dissolved in water as needed. govern-me- n Do you believe that our and individualism. shirkers own most of the public util As a medicinal antiseptic for douches should own our public utilities? Society today stands upon the rock ities. They try to set the price of Succeed when everything else fails. in treating catarrh, inflammation R. A. Davis. Socialists do. In nervous prcstrcuaa and female of competition. Each and every one labor and they do set the price on all ulceration of nose, throat, and that weaknesses they are the supreme caused by feminlno ills It has no equal. is for himself and the Devil is for us manufactured articles. The workers Your Cough Can be Stopped. remedy, as thousands have testified. For ten years the Lydia E. Plnkham all. It used to be that every busi- have organized and are trying to set Using care to avoid draughts, exFOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Medicine Co. has recommenced Paxtlno ness man owned and run his own the price on their own labor. This STOMACH TROUBLE in their private correspondence with The National Weekly business but the business men saw causes a class struggle between the posure, sudden changes, and taking it is the best medicine ever sold women, which proves its superiority. a treatment of Dr. King's New Discompetition was too expensive, contending over a druggist's counter. that factions. It leads to Women who have been cured say consequently they got together and strikes, disorder and bonehead. When covery, will positively relieve, and in it Is "worth Its weight in gold." At your druggists. 50c. large box, or by mall. some the workers get thoroughly organiz- time will surely rid you, of formed great Cough. The first dose soothes the The Paxtoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mnss. Until this year of them at least. The workers were ed they will demand all they produce. Collin' has bti CtBBBLBuV Blow to see that competition among Then the owners of the nations in- irritation, checks your Cough, which YOU sold at $5.50. Nov stops in a short time. Dr. King's the workers meant destruction but dustries will close them for there will the price it $2.50 finally some of them got together be no profit for them. As a result New Discovery has been used sucand ehae secured Oii.lt CoMaaty a concession v hereand formed great labor organizations the general public will suffer as it cessfully for 45 years and is guaranby vie can offer ir teed to cure you. Money back if It nothing but trusts. Wch are does in all labor troubles. Then our Clrcuit Court T. F. Blrkhead. at a still further Get a bottle from your DrugWe Socialists believe that compe- Government will be forced to take falls. Judge; lien D. Kingo, Attorney; yy. reduction In conTreatment nection with this tition among the workers and the over our public utilities and operate gist; it costs only a little and will i: Mldklir,E. Jailer; E. G. Darraag. publication. o , tftftftTtftftftftftTtW Blrkhead, Master Comfor WEAK Clerk; E. speculators is slowly but surely dy- them for the Interest of all the peo- neip you so mucn. missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBi ing. All of your anti-trulegislasWT Special Offer to Our Reader ple. LUNGS or Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, A Damnable Law. tion won't revive it. Competition Is Deputies S. A. Dratcher; Hartford. Mr. Tlnsley doesn't believe that Kccocnixine the creai demand for CtBUt'i at CONSUMPTION office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown ant The Democratic party has passe 1 war. Is there any christanity about our worst people are born of lawful the new price. e have made arrangements to offer it and our own publication each one ear Gllmore Keown. Court convenes first many laws th.V should never havf- If you mention this paper we will send you war, Mr. Tlnsley? (or the price ot CWlMr'salone. This it a limited Monday in February and We Socialists believe intercourse. offer and must Letalcnadvantageotprompllvv been passed and a great many of a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for three weeks; third .Monday continues Mr. Tlnsley says that they (the In April, our worst people are run.dovn feeling, coughs, apostles) tried communion. I will that some of them should be repealed the first op- - 'hat tired,night sweats, hemorrhages, pains two weeks; third Monday In October, What You Get in Collier' n chest, weak two born of lawful Intercourse but not most damnable jungs or consurription. weeks. portunlty, but the admit that communion is related to all of them. Ctllirr'i It the one Lie. Independent, fcatlett County Court John D. Wilson. Socialism but ancient communion law ever putsseu uy uiiy icBiominc num MPMPAI TO vi ceklv of the v. hole country, lot onlv is it the LOCK BOX 616 Judge; W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk; Mr. Tlnsley is trying to mislead hrwlv In cood eitixen't hand hook hut tt is also a COLUMBUS, 0. present day socialism. the world, is the Dresent Ken-- . UIU sYICUIUHL bU. couldn't be C. E. Smith, Attorney. Hartford. maeitine for the whole amity. Amonc th?.. the public on the morality of Social- tucky primary law. Tho dark ages Read acts, tunes that a year's subscription sites arerjp ' Court convenes first Monday in each ism. He has been blaspheming and month. Let us draw a lino between comnever produced anything like It. WOO Edltoriala OVER 05 YEARS' trying to steal the character of Bro. Quarterly Court Bcslns on the 600 Newt Phoux munism and Socialism. We will use Think of the Judge of nCourt, in EXPEHIENCE 250 Short Articlea first .Monday In every month. 150) Short 3torl religious and postal institutions Debs. get his name on tho ballot to the Court of Calms Convenes first 100 Illustrated Fealurea Those who steal are thieves. Those order as examples. The church house is to be voted for, must go before an 2 Complete NovatV Tuesday In January and first Tuesblaspheme are blasphemers. to administer nn day In October. a community of property. It be- who officer authorized Collier's say about $2.50 Beta (or orJy Other County Officers C. S. Mox-lolongs equally to all the members of What doe s the Dible oath, and swear that he Is a Repub thieves and blasphemers Mr. Tlnsley? Surveyor, Forusvllle. Ky., It. Hartford Republican the church. The church is an organlican If he wants to run on the Re-- 1 F. D. Xo. 2; Tom nines. Assessor, ization of individuals who seek to do publican ticket, or a Democrat if he Trade Marks Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shulla, SuperinA7awVHVP Designs the will of the Lord through an orwants to run on tho Democratic ticket ' tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. HIley, Copyrights &c. Anvonosf-nitlniCoroner, Hartford; ganized effort. That is practical a sketch nnd itcFCrlptlnnrtny T. II. Denton, now, and swear that he Is going to ir.tculr usicrltlhi mtr iim iioti free win her f.ti Road Engineer, Hartford. communism. vote the Republican ticket In Novem-- 1 invention is pnitwblr r liVninMo f'onnminloa. IIAKDOOOt on I'nteuta tinnsrtrictlrroiulilontl.il. JUSTICES' CObltTS. patiMttv The post oiilce Is owned by all the ber (oven if his candidate stents a , ii'iit treo. oMet mrrncr for n'curiuirCo. receive Ed. Shown, Hartford. Tuesday aft luteins taken tliruuuh Munu A people. It Is operated by the govipcrlaluotlce, without ctjnrco, lutLo now and that tlme). horse between er 2d Monday in .March, Tuesday after 3d Monday In June, Tuesday afternment for tho Interest ot all the He must swear also that he registered Scientific er 3d Monday In September, Tuespeople. It Is socially owned and as a Republican at the last general i A handsomely Wtltrntrt wwklr. Lnrecst day after 3d .Monday iu December. nf anv pnent.Urt Jmirnul. 'lirms. fla socially used. No man has been Suffered Every thin Until Re- election, and his affidavit must be ac-- j r rs fourmuntli, IL Bo'U Ijrull rievr,ililer. L.. A. McDanlcI. Ilockport. Frldai ' UcCAIX PATTERNS jj ' made a millionaire and no man has by the atlldavlt of two oth compauicd for style, simplicity and alter Jd Momlny In March, Friday k Celebrated nearly 40 perfect fit.Sold in nearly stored to Health by Lydia er Republicans, and yet the law says . MUNN&Go.B"-M,owYor- IWashliuitoo U. U reliability y H-Ibeen made a pauper by this Instituafter 3d MonJday in June, Friday B every city and town Injears.United Mates and trar..4i orer. the E. Pinkham's Vegetaafter 3d Monday hi September. f Canadi, or by mail direct. More trid than tion. Tho government is supposed that you cannot make a man tell any other make. Send for iiec catalogue, Friday after 3d Monday In l)u- to operate the postal business at cost ble Compound. how he voted, becaube we have the McCALL'S MAGAZINE ccmber. More tubscribert than any olhei fashion The prlco of stamps is tho same to socrct ballet tktem. The affldavlt S. nMfratins 8 after W. Leach. Cromwell. Wednesday r. est stylet, million a month. Invaluable. IjW everyone. Tho wages are good nnd 3d Monday Iu March,, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, Floronce, So. Dakota. "I rsed to bo we have mentioned, Instead of quaJt-fyin- g Wed I plain sewlnp, f nesday alter 3tf Monday In June, I etiquette, pood incy needlework, luirdrcssini;, the hours are not long. Do you very sick every month with bearing a candidate ought to disqualify stories, etc. cents OXK STAK Wednesday after 3d Moifday In Sep- I year (unrui double), includingOnly W pattern. a free down pains ana a candidate for that oince. You think that tills socialistic institution tember, Wednesday after 3d Mon ' &ubtcrI6e today, or send fur sample copy. backache, and had iri'iKt meke tho samo affidavit cor AS GOOD AS lJOTTLBD IN has hurt nnybody's rellgon Mr. Tns-ley- ? WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS day In December. headache a good every office from Coventor down to UOXI Delivered anywhere in to Agents, Postal brinRt premium catalogue It hasn't destroyed the religion K. C. Tichtlior, Centcrtown, Satdeal of tho time and and new cash prise o&crs. Address Ji the Middle West or Hast or urday after 3rd Monday In each l cnncll of the postman on route three for he of the Coiutmn very littlo appetite. a IU UcCAIX CO. SI to Jll IT. J7U St, NCW YOEftCT TvW-25baiay place in Kentucky for only month. passes my house singing happy religThe Republican party for years, Tho pains were so Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday ious songs nnd the good wage for the airiaMfn iv bad that I used to has been fighting for a nonpartisan after 2A Monday in March, Tuesday light work that Uncle Sam gives him, sit right down on tho Judiciary, but a man that can't swear after 2d Monday In .May, Tuesday Either In Four Full Quarts floor and cry, be- and prove it by two good witnesses is sufficient to make life a pleasure after 3d Monday In August, Tues-Ida- y and CURE LUNGS or Gallon Glass Jugs. cause it hurt me so has no chance to get his name on for him and those who depeml upon after 2d Monday In November. Old Quullty Is as pure and and I could not do WedW. S. Dean, him. He is getting ns fat as a butter-bal- l. Dundee, any work at those the ballot. can bo mellow as Whisky nesday after tho Bccond Monday In WITH This is practical Socialism. The f nun era of that law had iu times. An old wo made. Distilled from tho finest March, Wednesday after ad Monday Mr. Tinsjey says that Socialism man advised mo to try Lydia E. Flnk- - mind low down dirty politics, its In May, Wednesday after 3d .Monday selected grain, assuring that will undermine christanity. I dial- - ham's Vegetable Compound and I got n main object being to prevent a unIn August, Wednesday after 2d Monwonderful aroma found only in lengo him to show tho public that ' bottle. I felt better the next month so ion of Republicans, day In November. Independent pure good Whisky that is Bou F. Rice, Fortdsvllle, Tuesday plank In tho socialist platform that I took three more bottles of it and got Democrats and Progressive, and to PBICE aVt especially suitable for family FflR OQUCHS tV. after 2d Monday lu March, Thurswell so I could work all the time. I keep tho offices In the hands of rank hurt riirUMmiit v LD8 Trial Battle Fret) day after 2d Monday In May, Thursor medicinal purposes. Mr. Tlnsley continues to blaspheme hope every woman who suffers like I did partiseiis. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. Every community In the day after 2d Monday in August, will try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabla Get our complete price list. the name of Dro. Debs. Dro. Dobs Compound." Mrs. P. W.IiANSENC, Box State should rise up and demand a Thursday alter 2d Monday In NoGUARANTEED SATISFAOXO&Yl quanSpecial prices made in vember. repeal of such damnable laws, as said in tho Appeal to Iteason that 8, Allyn, Wash. OR MONEY REFUNDED. tities. Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftsoon ns the legislature convenes what he was alleged to have said er 2d Monday in March, Friday after Why will women continue to sufferday again, and & Co. about tho preachers and inspiration there ought to be found P. R. 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d in and day out or drag out a sickly, halfwas an infamous He. Bro. Tlnsley hearted existence, missing three-fourtin the State enough honest Demo Mall Order Department. Monday la August, Friday after 2d Monday in November. should write Debs at Terre Haute, of the joy of Ijving, when they can find crats to assist In that worthy cause. Ovrensboro, Ky. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. Ind., and ask him about what ho ac- health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetables An honest man wants the sense of P. R. Lancaster & Co., O. C. Martin, Judge; McDowell A. the people on all questions, a dls cuses him of saying. Then have Compound? Owensboro, Ky. Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, taocuncoNooercNOtB.,MMmui'1. his answer printed in the Republican. Enclosed For thirty years It has been the stand- honest man wants to throw every find Gentlemen: mui npori. SrawiuK orieo.Ir.iprt Marshal; Court convenes second MonFrM adriM, how to sUata pUMtv trad saaAa, way to prevent day in each month. Won't you do that Mr. Tlnsley? Tho ard remedy for female ills, and has re- obstruction In the , for which send me, exI easvri.aia.ate, N AIL COUNTBICB. City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R. public would watch for Mr. Deb's re- stored the health of thousands of women an honest expression of the people. Bialiusi Jirnt nllt WtsUiift press prepaid, qts.; 4ill limt, who have been troubled with such ailT. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, TreasSo do it by having a law pased to ply. gals. Old Quality 1 Star. hWt wit hMapaWt t rtctlet Exclatlvily. urer. Members of Council J. C. BenWrtU eoa to a at This Thomas cat at Simmons squalls ments as displacements, inflammation, give them the power, under tho Name nett, Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate, ulceration, tumors, 'irregularities, etc. HI Btftttk Mratt. Btat-- VaJM Mattt Maat Mtt, forms ot law, while others in the W. II. Gillespie. W. H. Barnes, C; M. Express Office like be might be effected with the tvaxNTN. e. wast special atl'lee write to absence of a law resort to ballot box If Crow. Is continually Postoflce ly-l- a E. PiakluM XeJlelae Co. ( Hartford Board Education J, K. stuffing, bribery and other known deJumping from earthly to heavenly Cut Out and Mall New. Lnm, Mans. Tear letter will B. Carson, Ch'uVn.; C. M. Barnett, vices, comsoon in Kentucky and Inthings. He is in the air most of tbe asUal 1 See.; E. W. Ford, Treat.; R. T. Col- peart, read m4 aaswerrt fcjr ft , lie bit the wtMM tlmt dlBCtiMlnt DM, 4. D, M iu atrei ewltlcace. diana. Which one ot tbese are tbc ns I Frofelonal Otto C. Martin at r n Cliilttreil 'Ovy POWHATAN uvw.. CASTOR -- A MNGTOI D.C. I Barnes Attorneys at & Smith mmimmitmm well-to-d- ' j Planters House Planters J I TO WOMEN IS 1 . -- .M - class-consciou- s. lf Bitters letetric o"0 c Collier's in Clubs- First Time st FREE s monk vv mX'S bVbbbKiIW I XtM WILL TAKE OUR Directory BBBBBHr JHJffgiriH American. y. .... $2.50 i SUCH PAIN J WOMAN 0B1E0 I "Old Quality P $3.00 Per Gallon Hi KILLthe the cough L. M. Dr. King's New Discovery .... Lancaster tn Jobny-Jump-ups.- ,ai m & i CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ia KAJ Always i tindthc SlouMchsaiJDwtjjgj Bears the Signature n l.timiIaii f limflll.iicssaItotfonbteajg of ' ALCOHOL-- 3 AVcclaWelVtpanlionbrAJslmilaliiiftUKlooaanuiiewu; mil CEXU - X W - x.r In .HOT I flum""' V nnmXAt Sim :5y rata tsr-- .? rv j SS4 5t!ft CK': . if.awr i AftM AixrfcdKcmcJyforConshpii DirmSml JTiSSiKsri jacSInulcSignatoc Al fcwri... Us; A1"M Use For Over i ;p tnaCErrlnicow ... jrTir. TfEV HMTTt wvTTitit iVMiiBPW sssnn Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. if Starck Pianos No Money in Advance Satinfao (ioa Guar VTBBrBBSjSjjSjSMSSjjSflEfjSlsflyjflf HHHflHHflnaMBBJBSV Necessity Kor Good Roadx, to you that one of the greatest distinguishing characteristics of the human race Is the ability to make good roads. The creatures of the animal world can make their way back to their homes, some of them can even follow fixed routes for short distances but It is reserved to man to appropriate an open way for passage and travel. Mankind alone can fix a means of and transInternal communication portation between points. This fixed passage way wo call a road. It may be only nn Indian trail or it may bo the City Boulevard. In either case tt Is called a road. Roads are, therefore, variously constructed according to the civilization of the people and the nature of the country which tho roads serve. Another great factor Influencing tho construction of the roads, and In fact, determining their kind and location to a very great extent is tho volume and kind of tralllc that passes over thoroads. Roads are the arteries of commerce and travel. Through them flows the llfeblood of the the nation. Is a comA community Isolated, munity that Is dying or dead. It can not grow. It can not broaden. The only thing that keeps the United States together as one whole united people, notwithstanding Its varied population of many nationalities scattered over myriads of square miles Is the constant travel within the nation. We have within this country miles of roads, of which only 190,476 miles are improved by any method whatsoever. Out of this great nation mileage, Kentucky has 58,000 miles of road altogether, and the total mileage of the improved roads in Kentucky amounts to 10,636 miles. Ten years ago Kentucky ranked fourth among all the states of this Union 1 nthe mileage of her improvshe stands tenth ed roads. Kentucky has not from the front. She has merely been backsliding. stood still and let the other states push ahead of her. Thus she lost Did It ever occur To-day registration. It Senator Kern were a careful reader of tho newspapers he would know that most of tho violent comment on this controversy has come from Democratic sources. Just look over this outburst of Col. Henry Watterson, tho leading Democratic editor of the country. "Unfeeling and disloyal by nature, Inordinately selfish, avaricious, ego tistical, without any sense of the true relations of life and duty, or decent regard for the fitness of things this commonplace person, by force partly of assertion and partly of clr-- 1 cumstance, gained the front of the stage, and has contrived to retain his place there against delinquencies the like of which has never been known The Atlanta Constitution, the leading Democratic newspaper of the South, after denouncing Bryan in unmeasured terms, announces that It will not herafter print his name, and urges newspapers to follow Its example. a STOMACH TROUBLE FOR Majority of Frieads TaOHgat Mr. FIVE YEARS Highet Would Die, Bat Oie Helped Hia to Recovery. I decided tt take his advice, although I did nothirff any confidence in it taking other medicines. I have now been taking Black-Drau- for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headachM since I began using it. Pomeroylon, Ky. writes as follows stomach : In interesting ad- I am so thankful for what Black-Drau-ght vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes has done for me." "I was down with Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has beea trouble (or five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for de would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. I! I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, tried different treatments, but (hey contains no dangerous ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freeljf 1 got so bad, I could not' eat Of Sleep, used by young and old, and should bt and ail my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. ', Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment "Last winter I used Chamberlain's Mnlnient for Rheumatic pains, stiffness and soreness of the knees, and can conscientiously say that I never used anything that did me so much good." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. m times, that I die. Thedford's would He Black-Draug- advised me to try and quit Only Get a package to ay. a quarter. 1.- -1 Farm For Sale. About 56 acres 3 miles East of Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell road, 1 miles from pike. Four room cottage In good repair. Everlasting water at residence. Two barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of peaches and apples. All hill land, but In very good condition. Possession any time. Terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETT & SON, Republican Office, 23tf Hartford, Ky. iH SwtVsal A f flf VslaTlA. l CASTORIA For Infants and Children Always bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, will make mz& Ve- cYOUTITS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 her rank. We can easily see therefore that the earth road Is by far the most common type of highway with which weh ave to contend in this country. In fact It Is about the only kind of highway that we have at. present In this country. The reason for this we find, lnthe fact that until comparatively recent date, very little, If any attention was given to road construction or maintenance of roads. It shall be the purpose of the writer from time to time as the occasion permits to call attention to cheap efficient methods for maintaining our earth roads in a more or less passable condition the year round. It should be understood however that efficient methods of maintenance of earth roads, if used at tho proper time and upon the proper soils will produce a good road for travel at times when the road without such repair would be impassable. But it must be understood that a well maintained earth road Is not and never can be made as satisfactory or effe-cleunder all conditions as a well constructed gravel or broken stone road. However, when a dirt road is in condition there is no superior road to be found, and the fact that we can not make our dirt roads equal to the best macadam should not deter us from getting the maximum good out of what we now have. nt anleed LowrntNet Fa o t ory Prioea s35!2S2HS3BSKTr51iaKB Tormi P A. ITARCK ftiaiOCNT Eaaieat A S200FacFrom Saving of SlOO io tory Direct . tZIifll& Wmi.111 ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 ilays' free trial. In your homo. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will ;!ay upon, use and teat thin piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not lind It the highest Rrade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you aro at perfect llber'j to Rend It back, and wo will. In that 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL tr Mirt tt & event, pay the freight both ways. or there Is no sate. 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CUTaUad. Ohia The Observing Child. There had been a missionary sermon and collection at a. certain church and a little girl who accompanied her father to the service seemed perplexed and meditative. When she reached home she asked her mother whether the natives of Africa, of whom they had heard, wore clothes. "No," roplled the mother, "they don't." "Then," retorted the young observant young lady, "what was the use of the button that father gave to the collection?" I THOS. E. MOSSi and Plasterer, Decorator Contractor. with best of workmen, and can kve any reference desire".!. Call me on Hartford till Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. ifetimepirishce srr, The HottW Shot. At a recent Democratic meeting Senator John W. Kern Indignantly denounced the partisan Republican newspapers that were criticizing the peerless Bryan and his equally, peerless chief because of the Colonel's CASTORIA - Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S a Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, hicle Frankfort. Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Tho Automobile Department at Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best Frankfort will contribute to the State minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone road fund for the year 1915 about in tne Home. 1 here is no age re$120,000. This Is double the limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free ceipts of any previous year. Youth's Companion. V you do not know THE COMPANION orWhim the" 1915 plates were let us aend you Three Current Issues dered, more than a year ago, It was FREE. Indoia this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year request. estimated that 10,000 pair would not 12. Those who aubscribe now. aending $2 be sufficient but more than 15,500 for the 52 iaauea of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will have already been issued. for 1915, will receiva The Companion get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. The total receipts of the office to magazines. year are $102,000 and date tjthts SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE this would have been very materially THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, ttOTH Increased but for the fact that old cars and all new cars have ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. paid only the proportionate part of the fee for the license to run to Jan. 1st, 1916. When the act of the General Assembly of 1914 became effective there were 5,750 licenses that did not expire Jan. 1st, but ran into 1915. These were the Series "G" The Republican, and Louisville Herald I1.3E licenses with tags of black with letters in white. This has caused The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.76 much confusion as there were two 1.50 kinds of tags good d'iring the first T.he Republican and Home and Farm six months of 1915 and many peoOwensboro Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k ple were laboring under the mistaken impression that a large number 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald of cars were being operated on improper licenses. This confusion was The .republican ana JLany owenBOoro inquirer 3.50 i amoved on June 16th and all tags Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.7& now In use should show the dan The Republican and "1915" on the right hand end of the 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer plates. Local officers In many places are The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 arresting all motorists seen with Improper tags, and to avoid trouble all The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer,, .... 1.50 drivers should see that cars are registered for this year and are carry- The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 ing tags with a white background with red letters. In 1916 when all cars now tn the state renew their licenses and pay the full fee for the year there should be collected for the highways of tho state not less than $175,000 and probably much more. THE m V-VtSEWING When The Decline Began. MACvixNst The decline of the American merOF chant marine, says the Indianapolis QUALITY.") News, "may be traced 'from the time iron began to be used in the construction of ships." That is one way NOT way. of putting it, the SOLD of the matter Is that the UNDER The truth decline began when the effective polANY icy of discriminating duties, the best OTHER NAME. possible form of marine Protection, FeeUrleht all the time. Don't'lay off was abandoned. And the American from work for days by taking calomel keeps yor when pleasant WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. merchant marine will never be reon your fest, while relieving your troub. through the restoration vived until, If you purchaaa the NEW HOME you will le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't of that form of .Protection, foreign have a life asset at the price you pay, and wlU take anything1 else. You can't afford exporters find it cheaper to pay a not have an endless chain, of repairs. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys- -. tern and relieves constipation. A oat higher freight rate, to American ships ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure and then escape the payment of pre results. It in its effect and certain in Vtr-La- x will ferentlal Tariff duties. won't be lonjr before Lk- completely displace calomel in everl ea it nthe home. Children can take it freely an, Farm For Sale. with perfect safety. Every bottle guarCheapest Elhty, seres of good land, containanteed, 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona 'dwelling, barn and other outing kathetssCj genuine without the likeness and algna. OaslsssssWJ3i buildings, situated on Hartford and biro of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by buy. to Rockport road. Well 'and spring on Hartford, Ky. J. H. WILLIAMS, farm. Church and schoolhouse near. If you want a sswlsg machine, write far, For price, terms, etc., call or address tmr latest catalogue before you purchase. ' BARNETT ft SON, Agts. For pains la th bark a Hartford, Ky. 34t( U Or. MUaa' Antl-fal- n Pills. 5,-7- 50 Ofiice Of Commissioner Of Motor OUR CLUBBING RATES. A. Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI R-L NEW AX Free-Trade- r's HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ax rTrTriffiirQuaiky 72mbWI, slsJiCflal it ps'''l TsiNwtaSilk.l. our GREAT PROrTT-SHARINCloses Saturday, July G To-morrow SALE 31. night at 10 o'clock p. m. this big selling event will end. Wasted opportunity leaves nothing but the marks of sore regrets. Make profitable use of tomorrow by attending this big sale and picking up numerous bargains in family necessities. The bargain supply will be abundant up to the last hour. As fast as one lot is sold out substitutes will be added that will be equally as profitable. Don't hesitate because it is the last day. We make every effort to make the last day one of the most important of the whole sale. E. " P. BARNES & BRO WAR P BEAVER DAM, KY Aus-trian- LATEST NEWS Monday. Teutonic .UlU's. The fighting to the east ot tho Vistula River. In Southeastern Poland, has lost for the moment much of Its vicious character. Hoth the llerlln and Vienna official statements say that the comparative calm prevails ,ln Lublln-Chelfcgion, near Ivaneqrod and In the region of the Bug River, where It ilows across the border of Russian Poland Into Gallcia. In, addition to having moved heavy, forces into the Narow, the Teutonic allies have mnde and advance In the. direction of the Bug, with an Important railway as their objective. Some progress also is recorded to the south, with the capture of two villages, which were taken by storm. m Germany. The Germans have; resumed their submarine campaign after a period of Inactivity, and one British, one French steamer and five British trawlers have been sent to the bottom by underwater boats. Four men of the crew of the British steamer Firth were killed.Ten men of the crew of a Grimsby trawler, which was destroyed by a mine, lost their lives. The latest ication issued at Rome lays no claim to the capture of Gorlzia or the evacuation of that town by the Austrian general staff, both of which reports have been current, merely asserting that all Austrian attacks along tho Isonzo front have been put down. official commun- Italy. Severe fighting has on tho western line in tho Vosges. French troops have stormed and carried strong German defensive works between La Fontelle Heights and tho village of Launols, more than 700 unwounded Germans being taken prisoners. Aritllery engagements have prevailed on most of the other sectors, where there waa nny fighting at all along the western line. Berlin admits that tho French have established themselves in portions of the German trenches in the Vosges. h France. ed s, evacuation of Gorlnzia by the aud declaring also that It Is of hours before only a question Tuesday. Podgora will be given up under the "Germany. Along the Narew, desItalian assaults.lt is added that the pite the obstinate resistance of the Austrians at Doberdo guarding the Russians, the Germans have forced route to Trieste have been unable to a crossing of the river. Above and hold their position. below tho fortress of Ostrolenko tho Russians aro being slowly pushed France. Paris claims, and Berlin back toward the Bug River and the udmits, the capture of the French In Germans are advancing toward the Alsace of advanced German trenches fortifications around Norogeorgievssk to the north of Muenster. The and Warsaw. French capture, Paris says, gives A German air raid on the Vistula them tha heights that dominate the bridge at Warsaw was without mate- principal valley of the Fecht as well rial result, but several civilians were as the highway from Notre Dame des In Southeastern Poland the Trols Epls. The captured front ls a killed. capture of a large number of Rus- mile and a third In length. sians Is claimed by the Germans. Russia. In both Northwest Russia and in Poland the Russians at American United Suites. The steamer Leelanaw has been sunk by various points assumed the offensive. ata German submarine off the Orkney Especially great was the Russian Islands. The steamer had aboard a tack against the Germans crossing cargo of flax aud was bound from the Narew, the offensive movement Archangel for Belfast. The com- ot the Muscovites extending from mander of the submarine stopped the Goworowo, near Rozan to Serock, to Leelanaw and finding that she was the south of Pultusk a front of carrying contraband ordered her some sixty miles. crew off and sent the vessel to the hydroaeroAustria. Auffrian bottom. planes have dropped bombs on VeKnglund. Fresh successes for the rona. It Is stated that the material British against the Turks along the slight. Euphrates River and the capture of Germany. The loss of .thirteen tho town of Nasiriyeh are announced the Turks were vessels some of them neutral, aswarby London. Five hundred result of Germany's submarine slain in front of the main position was reported yesterday. and several hundred others were cap- fare tured. The British, however, did not Thursday. their gain the victory unscathed, Russia. Tho Russians have haltcasualties numbering between 300 ed at many points the advance of the and 400. Austro-Germnwho were moving . swiftly on Warsaw only a few days Italy. Fierce fighting continues ago. The answer to the German to rage on tho eastern sectors of the onslaughts has been a series of RusAustroj-Italla(froHjt. especially on sian counter attacks that for the the Doberdo plateau, where the Ital- time being, at least, have proved efians have attacked relentlessly, but fective both In the destruction of have successes. men and In the maintalnance of po- representation on tho Military and nouuclng the commencement of the Naval Committees. BASE BALL DOPE n Austria. In the region of Korn the Italians are declared to have suffered heavy losses from the Austrian artillery after having been repulsed In hand-to-han- d fighting, In which the Austrlaus rolled boulders down the mountainside on their foes. An Austrian aviator has dropped bombs on Verona. The Russian Govcrnmont in order to show that all tho politiWednesday. The Land of Yesterduy. cal parties are harmonious as reItaly. A Swiss newspaper de- It one could only find the way gards the war, will glvo tho Socialist clares It has received a special dis- Into the land ot yesterday! and Labor members of tho Duma patch from Lalbach, Austria, ar How I would thrust the miles aside Rush up the quiet lane and then, Just when her roses laughed in Russia. The Mcllenry braves played the Rockport team at Rockport Sunday, beating them on their own ground, score being S to li, also winning 2 out of 3 games that have been played with Rockport this season. Tho game was played in flashes, however there were some mighty good plays made. Of course old reliable Rogers had to pull off his old regular stunt, and knock a homer with 3 men on bases. And tho long run he mado In center Held when he caught that fly ball was also noticed. But remember, good people, the rest of the team aro around here also, by a large majority. What about old Jack Thorpe, that wonderful catcher you hear so many people talking about. "The boy with a young cannon hung on his right side. Ho went back in tho trees and got a long foul, which was to poor little Shorty Green's sorrow. And don't leavo old short stop Watson out, for to see that boy pick thorn up I: makes the old fans say great big words. Now even look at Goodall on first and Just take notice how that boy plays that bag, and old McKin-ne- y over on second, that faces that Jack Thorpe's cannon. You don't see him let any go by, and the little southpaw Wlllson on third base makes them all live hard. Now as to Parrott, who Is pitching some He gets better ball this summer. every game. Just talk to him, and he makes them lay It down. And Jack's baby brother, Ralph, tho fellow that eats spike nails for breakfast, and fights a circle saw was placed In right field Sunday, but as ho mopped up with the first fly knocked him he didn't get any more, as they saw he could field as well as catch. And old Rowe over In left field, he never lets them get by him. sitions. It is good night "Ireno" when they Germany. It the German Field go toward him. We braves believe in ourselves, Marshal Von Mackensen ls making any advance In the southeastern sec- and will play anybody. Just call tor of the great Polish line, nothing us up and ask for manager Torrence. concerning it has been permitted to Tax Notice. become known. "The situation ot I have received the tax boks and German troops Is generally untho you can pa yyour taxes by calling at changed," says Berlin. sons would never have achieved tho Independence of tho republic, or maintained Its Integrity slnco. Imagine Mary, tho Spartan mother of Gcorgo Washington, rocking the crndlo, of that future soldier of liberty to the dismal ditty, "I Did Not Ralse'My Boy To Be a Soldier!" The real American mother raises her boys to bo men, and If being a soldier . under tho circumstances which create tho necessity for soldiers in tills country, is a part of that Job", the. real American mother .does not want her boy sneaking down the back alleys to escape tho mustering officers while his fellows take up arms In defense ot their country. Nancy Hanks did not raise her boy Abraham Lincoln, to be assassinated, but If sho had known that this waa to be whom Is not prayed his fate, being a woman ot such n man could bo born, It probable that sho would hnva thnt he be saved that end In. order to dlo of gout or old ago In-- i ' stead. Tho trouble with the ultra pacifists Is thnt they are endeavoring to pervert tho wholesome American opposition to aggressive, domineering militarism Into tho wishy-wash- y of against that very evil. Thoy forget that as It takes two to make a quarrel. It takes two to mako a peace. They aro preaching tho doubtful vlrtuo of pusillanimity. Before exposing tholr country to tho dangers of unprepar-edues- s, why do they not first test out their doctrlno of undertaking to euro burglary by .taking the locks oft their doors? National Republican. sentl-mentalls- m trH Next to Get !; ! a S JT Good Thing! With the season's change you need different under-wea- r. We can supply you with the proper weight and texture, combining high grade quality and moderate price. 4 I Law vP Everything In men's furnishings. We're abreast of the times in style. Our stock is kept up to date. Best values in town. Clothing Company HubHARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. INSURANCE ' . the -- office. 2tf S. O. KEOWN. S. O. C. A Fish Story. fNEW :: ' ! AGENCf ii 1 PERKINS FOR AUDT0R To the Republican Voters of Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler Counties and the. Fourth Congressional District. Stop Look Lltiten Safety Fl "st. A Business man for a Business oflll'O. John M. Perkins of Frankfort In m Republican candidate for Audi tor of Public Accounts. He Ls a in ut of excellent churater and habits. Ho will strengthen the stut? ticket if nominated. He 1m being supported and endorsed by leading Republicans all over the State. Ijoulsvllle Republicans will endorse him at the August primary. An State Auditor ho will, by reason of Ills otllce, be chairman of the Hoard of Valuation and Assesmeut, the most Important board in the State. Ho is a successful business man and affairs of State will be In good keeping when placed in Ills hands. He Ls thoroughly endorsed by J Jdgo Kobt. If. Winn of Mt. Sterling, formerly chairman of the State Central Committee; by Win. I). Cochran, chairman of the platform convention held at Lexington June lust; by K. T. Franks, chairman of the State Central Committee; by Jus. A. Scott. 11th district State commlttemau; by Frank II. Russell, secretary of the Jefferson County Republican Committee and numy other prominent Republicans, Including four-fiftof the State Central Commit '.ee. VOTK FOR JOHN M. I'KHKINS AT TUB AUGUST PRIMARY. hs ( pride, Find her among the flowers again. I'd slip up silently and wait Until she saw me by the gate, read through a And then blur ot tears. Quick pardon for the selfish years. This time, this time, I would not wait For that brief wire that said: Too late! If I could only find the way Into the land ot yesterday. I wonder if her roses yet Lift up their heads and laugh with pride And If her phlox and mignonette Have heart to blossom by their side; I wonder if the dear old lane Still chirps with robins after rain, And tf the birds and banded beea Still rob her early cherry trees. I wonder if I went there now. and How everything would seem, The late a party of fishing trip around the Justice Brewer was with Now York friends on a In the Adlrondacks, and campfire one evening the talk naturally ran on big fish. When It came his turn the Jurist began, uncertain as to how he was going to ' t come out. "We were fishing one time on the er or for " Grand Banks for "Whales," somebody suggested. "No," said the Justice, "we were baiting with whales.' I have recently purchased frorruA. C. Yeiser hia recording j ; ; Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes ' the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to . , J! hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. I ;; Being A Soldier. 'One of tho popular songs of thl day is: 'I Didn't Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier," writes Colonel Bryan in the Commoner, and adds: "It expresses a sentiment embedded in tho heart of every American mother." Colonel Bryan isn't very familiar with the average American mother how. it he thinks that whining song exBut no! not now; there ls no way presses what Is In her heart. 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