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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1915. WILHOIT AND PERKINS WITHDRAW LOUISVILLE KY., AUG. 4 1015. HON. C. M. HARNETT: HAKTFOHI), KY. BOTH WILHOIT AM) PERKINS AJIE OFF, LKAVIXG CLKAIl FIELD TO WEBER. A VKBY II AVVf SOLUTION. FRANK A. RUSSELL. (Signed) ITSKLF. EDWARD A. THE ABOVK TELEGRAM EXPLAINS WEBER, OF CAMPBKLL COUNTY, IS'NOWTHH ONLY REPUBLl-CA- N CANDIDATE FOR STATE AUDITWR AND SHOULD UK VOTED FOR BY EVERY REPUBLICAN IN THE PRIMARY TO INSURE HIS NOMINATION, j THE NAMES OF WILHOIT, ASHLOCK AND PERKINS WILL APPEAR ON THE BALLOT ALTHOUGH ALL THREE ARE OUT OVT. OF THE RACE. Improved roads should with the association and the Fiscal Court. Cth Wo believe thnt no permanent construction work should be done on roads not Included In sections 2 and 3. Gth. That we offer suitable prizes to common schools for best work done on roads. FtlbliC today, boro ovldenco that probably' less than a dozen men had been In It. , The deputies and troopers continMAY SPREAD ued tonight their search for the men who escaped and who apparently took i to tho brush afoot. All ranches and ' farms In tho vicinity havo armed Health OffiCerS Will their households against further . President Calls on South American Countries. Will Try Every Means to Settle Discuss the Situation. raids. Dr. Porter For McChosney. Lexington. Ky., Aug. 3. Dr. John Porter, editor of the Baptist Congress to Meet In Rochester to William and pastor of tho First BapRecorder tist Church, of Lexington, who had Adopt Means For Our been ono of the leading local supDefense. porters of Henry M. Bosworth for the Democratic nomination for Governor, tonight declared himself In favor of meeting Harry V. McChesnoy for the DemoRochester, Aug 4. Tho WILD MAN ol tho American i'uuiic ueaun A- cratic nomination. -. ssociation, which Is scheduled for this !:lty for tho week of September C, In Second Grey Book Published. ROAMS WOODS Paris. Aug. 3. The Belgian govmany of Its aspects Is a meeting of grey significance to tho I ernment has published a second axtr.inrrilnarv urtmin nnnntrv . .. ........ ........,. u .u not onlv the . honk containing various documents forty-thir- d annual convention of tho relating to the war, notably a com Mysterious Creature Who Lives Public Health Association, but It Is munication from Baron Gullloumo, In Trees In Kan- also the fifteenth nnnual convention Bolglan minister to Paris, to the Belof the Sanitary Officers' Association. gian minister of foreign affairs dated sas. Tho American Public Health Assocla February 22 1913, apparently contra tlon comes here on tho Invitation of dieting documents rceently published the Itochestor Public Hoalth Assocla-- 1 by tho uermans auegeu io uuvu uec.t Kan., August 4. A tin., nithnnrh it la ronllv thn truest found in the state archives at Brus- Hutchinson, whole state, as is Indicated by scls puportlng to have been writ wild man, who lives on berries and of the green corn stolen from farmers' the announcement of Dr. Herrman ten ny uaron uuiuuumu. Explaining to M. De Margerle, or fields. Is haunting the marsh land In iiIixti Sinin PnmmlRHlnnnr of Health "It Is certain that this will be the tho French foreign office, thei mean- .the district ten miles northwest of ... ill. greatest public healh gathering ever lng of tno ueigian rauuary iuw, m Sylvia on the border of Reno and Gulllaumo writes that he said: Stafford counties. neld within the State of New York "We wish to avoid If possible, hav"This opportunity Three times within the last two says Mr. Biggs. offered to health workers through- ing Belgium again become, as she too weeks tho man has been seen. Twice out the country Is unique. Te re- often has been, the battlefield of Eu- at some distance and the third time cent strides of health work throuh-ou- t rope. President Polncaro has assur- face to face. Each time the man America and tho pressing neces- ed mo Franco never would take the tot nut n wIM nlirlpk- nnrt ran. hldtne our neutrality. In the trees and bushes. Once his sity for Increasing vigilance against lnltnttvo to vlolato pldemlc diseases owing to tho war Our aim Is solely to prevent to the nest a pile of leaves and grass In It was earIn Europe, makes this conference of limit of our forces the violation of nn old tree was found. our neutrality." ly In the morning and the place was peculiar significance." The second part of the gray book still warm from the heat of his body. The preliminary announcement of also calls at- consists of protests addressed by the i When persons returned to the place tho Health Association tention to the serious responsibilities Belctan government to tho Austrian again the wild man returned and placed on health workers by the Eu- and German governments against al scattered the leaves and grass all leged violations of the laws of war bout. ropean war." Nerly two weeks ago tho man our call has been simply and The Hgue convention. "Hitherto was seen for the first time. He was a btlrrlng metaphor appealing for renewed activity and aggressiveness In Father Confess To Killing Baby. only partly dressed, having only a Owenton, Ky., Aug 3. Arch Prof-f- it tattered pair of trousers and the warfare against tho never-endin- g Is In Jail here charged with a ter- fragment of a shirt, no hat and no says Prof. T. Sedgwick, of disease," Jioston, "President of tho American rible crime to which he has confess- shoes. His hair is long and a flowing beard covers the lower part of his Public Health Association. "This ed. His four months' old child had the face, giving him a wild appearance. jear Hkely to be forever memorable Roasting ears partly eaten while with shame and horror It becomes whooping cough. Profit whipped tho few hours a warning for preparation and de- child for crying, and In aThe follow- uncooked and tracks In a corfleld caused a farmer living ten miles fense, as well as for renewed activity afterwards the babe died. ing day tho body was burled. Sev- northwest of Sylvia to follow the looking toward ultimate prevention. "This year wo must beseech all eral reports were spread abroad tracks. The man was seen at some Prof-f- it the Americans to prepare to deal which resulted In tho arrest of Prof-flt- 's distance. He ran Into some bushes of minute, tho day following the burial. and disappeared. with unusual Invasions wife testified at the examining A farmer's daughter crossing a mostly Invisible, but often multltu-dlou- s and powerful enemies. Wo must trial that he whipped tho baby, then pature saw the wild man In a small defend American cities and American whipped her and ran her out of the stream. When he saw her he let house and when she went back into out a yell and ran. She ran too, and homes against typhus as well os against Asiatic cholera as well tho house later their baby was dead. the rural telephone wires soon col- as smallpox and against bubonic Mrs. Profflt also showed bruised , lected a party of searchers who arm- plngue as well as dysentery. Mean-tvhll- places on her body. When Profflt ed themselves and started on the cancer and Inanition, poverty was told during the trial that the hunt. It was then that the man's and unemployment, gluttony and In- body was going to bo exhumed to nest In the tree was found, but the temperance uncleanness, bad air and And If tho whipping caused the child's man himself was not seen. A farmer named Thomas was goperverted appetites will not abate, death, ho said, "You needn't do it, but rather excelerato their activities because It did." The examination ing across a field on Wodnesdy of because of war and Us evil Influence showed that the child had been last week and crawled through a choked, tho prints of tho fingers be- hedge. He saw a man lying In the upon public health. "While, therofore, wo hope to re- ing on the little one's throat. Profflt shade of the hedge apparently asleep. Is now When he approached him the man main neutral witnesses of those ti- could not raise tho bond and besprung up, gave a wild whoop and convulsions of human nature In jail awaiting trial. Ho not tanic now dovastlng Europe, wo must be lieved to bo of sound mind. ran. It was the wild man. Thomas aroused tho neighborhood more than over ready to bear arms Stanley Speaks. and go to war but, happily, In a and a search was mde to find the campaign not detested but universalMr. A. O. Stanley spoke at tho wild man, but his trail was lost In the ly applauded. Courthouse last Friday afternoon In deep grass near the marshes. Two men who have been harvest"Let us then foregather and con- tho Interest of his candidacy for the centrate our forces at Rochester ear- Democratic nomination for Governor. ing In the neighborhood of the Engreturned Ho was greeted by about 300 people lish and Keeling farms ly In September, for who home telling of the wild man. The with an honorablo company of the Democrats and Republicans Tapldly growing public health ar- gavo close attention throughout. farmers of the neighborhood think and for ono of tho no- Aside from his extravagant eulogy ho Is omo Insane person. my of causes conservation and of the Democratic National AdminisThe man Is described as about 50 blest of promotion of tho public health." tration and President Wilson, tho years of age, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches In -- feature of his speech was his denun- height and weighing about 140 KIR Three U. 8. Soldiers. ciation of the present Democratic pounds. His beard and hair are Mexicans In all of Its fea- streaked with gray. Brownsville, Tex., Aug 3. Mex- State administration by tures. Ho declared It had needlessican bandits, belloved surrounded In and offlces multiplied Farmers On Tour. United States cavalrymen and Texas ly Bowling Green, Ky., Aug. 4. of creased salaries. and in fact had provDeputy Sheriffs In tho brush north II.. generau. IIa n..ni Corm Amnt W W. Browder this city, escaped, according to In- en Its cus8eaness of he recent I arrived here Tuesday morning with scored the passage formation recolved hero tonight. farmers from Ohio coun book bill, whereby the people ,thlrty-sl- x The Mexicans camp was rushed school captured are robbed afresh for the beueflt of ty In automobiles, 'ine purpose oi and six saddled horsos were the school book trust. He also paid their visit to this county Is to study Their riders however, were gono. ofmarketing of farm the day be- his respects to the Fire Marshals In a fight earlier in tho While here they visited by Henry Bosworth, prpducts, and cavalrymen, fice, headed tween the bandits Cav-ulr- y claiming that there are now sixty the farms of MaJ. n. Wells, Covlng- Trlvato McQulro, of the Twelfth roaming around . M. 0. Hughes, on the Scotts- was killed and Privates Curtis deputy fire marshals expense to tho ton and uiibuujt uuu vine pike, anu james A tho State at Seedless n,i niiinRnddle wero wounded. Charles A. Smith, near Woodburn was hit by a stray tax payers deputy sheriff also All of these evils Mr. Stanley pro- - and KocKneia. uu"1' .. inav u mou . in rnrrflct bv turning OUt a - ., loirst reDorts saw For Sale. m.ht it dishonest ring, reeking with corrup St One good work mule. Call or ad whom he la, thought that only two of them tlon who are Democrats put In. and drafts. Mn,,rd. hored nlKht and day to I E. C. GORMAN, ?ho latter refused Information about placing in their places an Honest set I Bearer Dam, Ky 52t4 or uemocraw the band, but the camp, rushed lato Barren May Yclld Rut Half Its I ... BOSWORTH QUITS GOVERNORS RACE Releases 411 of His Supporters .... V I c, -- - -- to-da- i. Cs - ' ...., ... f" from Argentina, Brazil and Chile Pledged to Him Uncon; and ministers from Bolivia, Uruguay Socialist Convention. and Guatemala to confer with Secditionally. Ohio County Socialists met in Con- retary Lansing on the problem were vention at the Court House In Hart- extended June 30, while the stateford last Saturday afternoon, with a ment to the Mexican people was IsLexington, Ky., August 2. Bos- fair sized crowd in attendance. An sued June 2. Announcement of the worth has withdrawn from the race address was delivered by Hon. Mil- plan was held up until each diplomat-hafor governor. He released uncondi- ton Clark, of Greenville, Ky., after received the sanction of his govtionally those who were pledged to which Mr. Robt. Render, of Taylor ernment to participate In the conferhim. He says the race has drifted Mines, was elected Chairman and Mr. ence, a step necessary since the afinto a straight out fight between the John King, of Hartford Secretary. fairs of a third country Mexico-- are county unit and statewide. His The convention then endorsed Mr. P. to be revived. withdrawal, he says, is made in the N. Woodruff, of Ohio County, for "Confidential Meeting" interest of party harmony and Demo- State Senator and nominated M. L. The conference to be held at the cratic success In November. Ament for Representative and Robt. state department next Thursday is ' Mr. Bosworth's statement of withDavis for Circuit Court Clerk.' These announced as an informal confidendrawal follows: are all good men and will poll a good tial meeting. All details of the presof vote In November. "To the Democratic Voters, ident's plan have not been comKentucky: Tho race for the Demomunicated to the six southern govcratic nomination for governor of Sudden Death of Dr. S. D. Taylor. ernments, but their representatives,, this great commonwealth Is rapidly Our county was greatly shocked who are to participate, have been drifting, has drifted, I might say, Monday morning by the sudden death given I nconfidence a general outline fight for the of Dr. S. D. Taylor, of Beaver Dam. of what is to be proposed by the into a straight-ou- t county unit law as against the Dr. Taylor had been sick only a few Washington administration. Prompt ! adoption of statewide prohibition. days of typhoid feverand his condi- and determined action, It is declared, ,,'IIhave, after taking counsel with tion was thought to be favorable. 'will be the foundation of the presifriends, arrived at the conclusion Heart failure was the immediate dent's plan, which will be submitted that it is better that I sacrifice my cause of the fatal end. He was one at the conference by Secretary Lan personal ambition than to endanger of the most prlmlnent physicians in sing. the welfare of the party, which I Ohio County, having practiced at It is believed the first step to be love and desire to continue in power Beaver Dam and vicinity for twenty-fiv- e proposed will be a final appeal to the at Frankfort and Washington. years. He has served as Presi- Mexlcan leaders to end hostilities, "Therefore, I hereby withdraw dent of the Ohio County Medical As- and arrange for the restoration of government by peacefrom the contest for the nomination sociation and in all matters pertainand ing to his profession was abreast of ful means. It is thought a time limYou have thrice nominated oftwice elected me to Important the times. Dr. Taylor was a mem- it will be suggested. flces In the administration of the af- ber of the hrlstian church and took To Start New Government. Should any of the Mexican fa- -' fairs of this commonwealth and I am aleadlng part In every movement for deeply appreciative of the honor you the Interest of chrlstanlty and the tions ignore this, the plans are said have thus bestowed upon me. It Is moral and material uplift of his com- to include a procedure to promote this appreciation, coupled with my munity. the establishment, by other factions, to be supported love of our party, that has prompted was conducted by Eld. of a government The funeral me to take this step, which I am W. B. Wright, Tuesday at 2 p. m morally and financially by the United constrained to believe may be a long and the burial services by the Beaver States and the other American governments. An arms embargo will stride In the direction of party Dam Masonic lodge. unity and Democratic success in Noa wife and four chil- be imposed against the revolting He leaves vember. dren to mourn their loss. The chil- factions. thouTo Relieve Situation. "With the knowledge that dren are all grown. He was 52 Demands will be made for immesands of you are anxious to endorse years old at the time of his death. in my faithful services In the Interest Dr. Taylor will be greatly missed diate relief of the food situation Mexico City and the malntalnance of of the people, especially my several from the walks of life. the years' endeavor to equalize railroad and telegraphic communiweight of taxatton In this state and Asserts 50,00 Armenians are Turks' cation with the capital, it is understood. If the Mexican leaders canto compel the powerful corporations Victims. not do this the United States, aided owning the railroads and other pubParis, Aug. 3. B. Varadate, a possibly by the Latin American govlic service companies to pay their member of the ommlttee of the Ar- ernments, may find It necessary to Just proportion of the tax, I cannot Social Democratic party, refrain from saying that I have been menian to L'Humanlte, says the com- take physical control of the capital writing and railroad by force, and head It unreluctant to take this step, but hav has received word that Turks til peace is restored. ing bo decided, I now release all mittee massacring all the males of who wero pledged to me to vote for after region of Bltles, population of the Attention Democrats, whom they shall choose, hoping that tho Armenia, assembled 9,000 Since the withdrawal of Mr. H. M. It may eventuallze to the best In- Turkish women and children and drove them Bosworth, candidate for Governor, terest of the party. Tigris, where Rev. J. W, Porter, one of his staunch-e- st "Thanking all of my friends for to tho banks of the bodies supporters comes out In a very re- .they shot them and threw the their loyal support, I am Into the river. These advices have column editorial In the Western Respectfully, not been substantiated from any oth- corder of August 5th, In favor of H. "H. M. BOSWORTH." er source. V. McChesney. The closlug is as folThe Armenian population of Clll-cl- a, lows: Good Rouds Resolutions. In the Turkish vilayet of Adana, "AS A CITIZEN, THE EDITOR The executive committee of the to persecu- RESERVES THE RIGHT TO VOTE Ohio County Good Roads Associa- also has been subjected reports of the AS HE PLEASES, WITHOUT DICtion met In Hartford, July 30th, and tion, acordlng to the ' perTATION FROM ANY POLITICAL general discussion the follow- committee. More than 40,000 after sons already dead and it Is feared the PARTY, ORGANIZATION, OR ing recommendations were adopted Dlarbekr, WHILE WE AND, to be presented to the meeting In Armenians at Moucke and In Kurdestan, also have been, massa- VOTE AS WE PLEASE, WE ARE Fordsvllle, August 14, 1915: NEVER PLEASED TO VOTE FOR 1st. That we urgo the vice pres- cred. Twenty members of the Armenian ANYONE WHO 18 IN A POSITION idents and other official and good M. Vara- TO INFLUENCE TEMPERANCE roads enthusiasts to the Immediate Social Democratic party, says, havo been publicly hanged LEGISLATION, THAT WE DO NOT enrollment of at least 1,000 paid date In Constantinople vafter being charg- KNOW TO HE ABSOLUTELY membership in our association. THEREFORE WE WILL ed with wishing to found an inde2nd. That we offer to VOTE FOR 11. V. McCHESNEY FOR In having tho pendent Armenia. with the Fiscal Court GOVERNOR." roads To Wheat 3rowers. FRED COOPER, Ch'm'n. loIs expected when State aid H. D. ROSS, Sec'y, All who want to dispose of wheat cated, surveyed and estimates made, wet or dry bring or send us sam- McChesney Campaign Committee, we can se whether a bond so that ple of one half bushel on or before Ohio County. issue would be advisable, &c. suggest that all other August 1st. :Also state number of 3rd. We Slate, School For Sale One roads that are worked at the coun- bushels you have for sale. We will Never used, is expense be located with the be in a position by August 3rd to Black Board, 7x6x4. ty's in original package. Price 15.00. roads. make you a price. same care as the county-seA. W. LOGAN, Braeslde, ELLIS FLOUR MILL, property It4 4th. We believe that Hartford, Ky. 3t2. Old Stand. At Hartford Mill Co. owners along or near the proposed I E. at ne Crop. Glascow, Ky., Aug. 4. W. J. Hays, of Cave City, this week cut nine acres of tobacco. No one else has yet cut his tobacco. Growers claim that Barren county will yield about one-ha- lf its usual average of tobacco this season. Some of them who have JuBt returned from the Burley district In the northern part of the country say the yhave been forhrd country say the crops are smaller and poorer than they have been for several years. TJie rainy season Is one cause of the shortage, as but little was set and the Interior plants which were set out have died. Aver- - Mexican Trouble and Restore Peace. Washington, August 3. Presi- dent Wilson's determination to seek cooperation of Central and South' American governments in restoring peace In Mexico was reached last June when his appeal to the Mexican factlonlsts to end the strife brought no results. Invitations to the ambassadors d I very deadly to Insects, but Is harmand because I believe It would bo an ENGLAND DISCUSSM every man less to humans and it possesses no HEIMSKA Injury to the State, and to THIRTEENTH ANNUAL 0(,or t0 c"nS t0 fabrics, as Is tho and woman In the State. It would case with many insecticides. ACIITID No laON WHEAT be useless to argue this if the right bor Js required to use It. Merely a of suffrage were a natural right. If small quantity is placed In several It were a natural right, then woi ODen recentnclpfl mill nlnrnil nhnvn men should have It though the heavRedoctiea in Tariff Cheated Each ens fall. But' If there be any one Finds Adequate Supply Of Beet j the cases of Infested goods or mater - ' ' long discussion lal which requires thing Fanwr in the State Out of of this settled In Itthe that suffrage is Sugar Possible Only by Fro aphides, flies, mothsfumigation. Ants, j Is subject, and roaches are readily killed by Is not a natural right, but Is simply $175 in 1914. tecting Local Industry. zme. w lien a moth is exposed to a means of government, and the sole the vapors for a few seconds It first question to he discussed Is whether in World Horse tdlsnlnvs creat cxclloniont or unoim). government by the suffrago of men Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and "VhaJ will be the Issue of the and women will be better government ' At the present time there are ness, followed closely by a spasmodic Grain, Horticulture, Women's Handiwork, Student's Judging Contest, tistxt campaign In Nebraska as many anxious Inquiries in England convulsion, after which It turns over j Farmer Boys' Encampment nnd Baby Health Contest. than by the suffrage of men alone. Jtepubllcans and Democrats?" ' Into my Judgement, sir, there en as to how Great Urltaln can the most on Its back and dies. Whether per Wny. the Tariff, of course." n ml ters no element of the Inferiority of readily secure and maintain her own sons nre sensatlvo or not, It is bet- "Oh. tut. tut! the Tariff Is a dead woman. e need hardly re - ter not to remain for a long time In It Is not that woman Is In- - supply of sugar. you cannot get anybody to iflsuo. Glean ferlor to man, but It Is that woman pent the recognized fact that the In - a room where lljtua tu you.' Is different from man; that In the trlnslc food value of sugar Is lead- - freely exposed, as the vapors may' "We'll se about that," said the distribution of powers, of capacities, mg to an increase in its consump- - cause sonic annoyance and Irritation IU' publican. our Maker has created tlon that is simply marvelous and of the eyes, nose and throat. Inhnl- "JJiT you already forgotten that of qualities, doing tho "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" "Steep Banking" nnd many man adapted to the performance of a few years back would have been ng the vapors of anysubstanccstrong tho Wilson administration, Immedother thrillers every afternoon. enough to destroy Insect life Is nl- functions In the economy of thought Impossible. iately .after assuming tho reins of certain adap- sugar factory In north- - ways to be avoided. A central society, and woman J, Reduced Railroad Rates For Catalogue Address ;,oii.-.x4incalled an extra session nature and ted to the performance of other func - , eastern England, built and operated J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Paul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. Conja-JKfor the sole purpose of by some Dutch capitalists within a The Cost of Living and The Tariff. or removing Import duties on tlons. Woman rules today by the sweet few years, has by Its limited success, The announcement by the Federal goods, grain and meats torei&o made noble Influence of her character, led some of the economists of Eng- - rjreau of tnoor otatlstloa that the brousht Into the American markets? and woman In the area of conflict land to believe that England can and',.oM of i;Vng tn tne untjj .'tatis Is have had two years time In Put Xoir abandons these great wea- - should supply herself with home- -' lligher ,ha ever berore ,B 0'f 8pec,a, vrhfcfc io get the effects of the Jolt and she , the world, and grown beet sugars to a very consld- -' vlow ot the DemoCratlc our industries and commerce have pons which control hands, feeble and erable extent. There Is now a duty lnterest she takes In to her promlses t0 lower the prlccs pald bj. &uT(2Ti( In consequence. strife, weapons with on sugars Imported Into England "Zhc Democrats took all the Pro-tett- nerveless for unfamiliar and which amounting to more than half a cent consumers by reducng ,ho Tarlfr on i which she Is Jmportg i tlue tmc tno ci,angcs oIT wheat and animal foodto wield. Woman In per pound and the theoratlcal Free-- , were made but our manufacturer, of the chief natural she Is unable stuffs, and other naru, narsn, uniovauie xraaers, noting mis iaci, anu noting were not i,epej 0n tne contrary prodacts of Nebraska, opening the strife becomes removed from that that it broke up the favorite British they 8Uffered 8e'rlous loss am, th i of pounds of grain repulsive; as far dooors to millions Free-TradIn- have gentle creature to whom we all owe idea of absolute Will help parents develop their sons into niarke(1 by ,,ccHne ,n pro. J situatlon and xsuafci from foreign shores, thus allegiance and to whom we confess sisted that, in order to maintain ductIon and lncrea80 0f unemploy- supply and thus reincreasing tho j the best type of citizens and Christian Is removed their Free-Trad- e theories In all of ment was alarmlng unt the war ducing prices. "While depriving Ne- submisslon, as the heaven Gevern- - checke(, tmports purity, the English their gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- and stimulated the j braska, farmers of about 18 cents a from the earth. ine wnoie science oi Binerm.... mem snouiu levy an eAc.se iu on , forelgn jemand for American goods. buatrrf on wheat, the Democrats are! su- and , tered and conies from the best homes in Everyone knows now tllat hlgh very caTeful to retain the Protective Is the science of protecting life In the sugar produced in this beet gar factory at Cantley. which excise j prlccg were not due t0 the Protectlve liberty and pursuit of happiness. Tariff on the products of the South. the. South. Its capacity is limited, there- H of powers, the tax should be equal In amount to the TaHfr and that ,ne cost of vlng has H "The European war broke out July the divine distribution duty anu ngnt oi proiecuuu reaia uuiy now levieu on sugar. fore, reseivations should be made early. not been lowered by reducing the 31, 1314. so that in this showing Is so throughout are duties on Imports. Tho Republican These are the problems price3 prior to that time only will with the male. Itwith men, and I, now presenting themselves tothat Place your son in this select gioup of English Tariff theory has been Is so vindicated by bti woddered. The prices of June, nature. It never consent to part j statesmen, and while the English results that discredit the Democratic one, will boys. Write 1312. represented the prosperous for right of protecting manufacturing interests are all plan. The war in Europe has saved PI times atd good farm prices under a with the divine wife, my daughter, the women ; strongly prejudiced In favor of abso-who- the country from the worst effects Protective Tariff and a Republican my yet It Is fair to Infer of the operation of I love, and the women whom I lute Free-Tradthe Underwood admiojiaratlon. Two years later and birthright of that if by the Incidentlal Protection law, but when peace comes and comof the respect exercising the Just prior to the outbreak ' high duty In the of a domestic beet sugar Industry petition in world For catalogue and information. IJox A. trade is renewed war in Europe, the market price of man, and place the de- - England can produce Its own supply the need of a Tariff affording readepressing effects weak nerveless Hands of those wheal showed the sugar at home, in the end such a sonable Protection to American laby God to be protected rather of the Tariff. On the later date signed to engage in stern warfare of 0f course will be followed. What we bor and capital will be as great as 88 V& cents a than wheat at Omaha was In my Judgment, this the Interested In would be In the ever. The Tariff will be an Issue ln be more abundant and cheaper. To bushel, and on June 4, 1912, It w- -s jovernment. movement arises from a false plication of that same method of the next campaign, and the Demo- find that they do not benefit in this ' . 4, $l.8y-- At Kansas City June of the duty and of the pansion to the sugar Industry of the crats will be compelled by the logic way and that sugar clings to its old 1314. wheal was 91 hi cents a bushel, men and women. of cane or while on June 4, 1912, it was $1.12 right of both will never come when United States, whether of the ln- - of events to abandon the custom of going up Just when canbeet. The development The time argument, which proved so ef- ning season begins creates In the Wedding a tlifffciwice of 20 cents a bushel the line of demarkation between the dustry would seem to require the fective three years ago. Rochester brtaft of many a housewife a feeling Prevailing prices on those dates in Designs. two sexes will be constant Protection offered by a Tar- functions of the principal markets the world over broken down.theI believe It to be iff that would afford, say one cent a (X. Y. Post Express. that she has been bunkoed. Be that abuT.- about the same rate of decline as It may, tho consumption of canI believe that it Is pound incidentlal protection. false philosophy. Surprise Dinner. dy goes right along. wnlur the Democratic Tariff the nn nttetnnt to turn backward upon, - ah nur law now stands, it would . . . .. Dear Editor of Republican: l.Bnn In litln llinflQta liri. i FLORIST The Matictician mentioned shows TAPSCOTT, r? cunts a bushel. the line of social development, and ue illegal to collect any duties on su-i- t I ask space In your paper for this that we eat 1500,000,000 . . IS worth of step ever ue aKen , May, ls,ib tne gar after the first of if the Maeonlc Tomplo letter mat i may irnuiK my many candy a year. Those nre impressive "With the bars down, wheat pour-I""- " , , eo centuries backward on the march jeEai limit then occurlng. It will kind friends who greatly surprised ciii iniiv t n u iiniion " i:aitw iriun figures. They certainly prove the exOWEINSBORO. KY. u..u nanny uo ior us wno are iiiieresieu m ...,, n ,,n-,nl- 1 ,, ' towarus a lUBiiur, v. ,1lnnor u.. my tent of our "sweet V......W. omntries in enormous quanti- - purer . .t . . . .. ... tooth," and may u civillztion. wiiicu iuudi. lrt ln UJ0 inuustry to lane u ior gram- - : tllVJ-IUi.i.n,.i.. kJlll o?" It was siiiTF.c.'.st other possibilities. But It is !,.,. IfUft lmnn4ntrtia ff It'll OI In. , UlllliUU). t..i.. ... In "" ,1.. r "" U"lJ"i "" ' ........... .!. ..l j the most enjoyable ocaslon of my life uuj1""1 l"e B""u to th United States during the first IOU"u, "ol- luil" to be said that most of the candy conof tho tho and when Wffl wc nvted to ho ta. sumed hero Is "made In America," nin months of the Underwood Tar-- ! sexes-both t0 Proceed b' counter, leB,8la,t " We my heart swelled with Joy. Words " itr wro 1,971,430 bushels, as com- tho Industry Is a I and revoke the prtesen' " M?h fall to express my gratitude to those that and confectioneryone, furnishing twrea with 472,385 bushels during! big Important goose that has laid the j who were go thoughtfuK kills the Neuralgia Pains Stopped. After ono employment to many skilled workers tho last nine months of the Republl-- , -- oowho had cared for us and blessed us ; You don't need to surrer tnose &""-- can. TarifT. This is an Increase of sugar industry of many times had offered thanks to and that nowhere there can be found domestic 35TDer cent over the year before un-- 1 agonizing nerve pains ln the face. Present more delicious products than those States, as well as has fur Republican Tariff. This could head, arm, shoulders, chest and back. the Unitedmost needed source of rev God I was called on to make a talk. ot the United States. Troy (N. Y.) der I could not express my feelings in Times. Just apply a few drops of soothing nished a have but one effect namely to enue to the United States. silvery oratory but I was full of apprice of wheat produced In Sloan's Liniment; He quietly a few the t o preciation and am sure did my best Principles You will get such relief minutes. thu United States. mid Profits In Soli Iin. to show it. Life and the world "And here is the way It hit Ne- and comfort! proveinent. I received a telegram telling me to braska in 1914, when the state pro- will loo'x brighter. Get a bottle to"In na experiment, where no farm come home and see about Jake, a duced 64,218,000 bushels of wheat, day. 3 ounces for 25c, at all Drugmule of mine, and to bring the men manure was used," J.tld Dr. C. G. loss gists. Penetrates without rubbing. 1 on which there was a freo-trad- e with whom I was working. That Hopkins in a recent address, "l'n l.L.KATKHD SERVICE ot ovw TIO.000,000. There being was a ruse to get me home and It average yearly return fiom tho lni I Ono hundred How To Grow Crimson Clover. per cent j;322 Nebraska farmers producing itself was 13.75 per acre, while ?7 worked like a charm. value. Special work for W. wliout, the average loss per farm on Furnished by our County Agent, I wish that you had been there, was the return from a ton of limeO. W. last year's crop on account of tho Mr. Browder. dear Editor for I had many recollec- stone and $2.G5 from 500 pounds of W. F. STEVENS. needapproximately $175. Crimson clover Is an annual Free Tariff was tions that day of the time when we phosphate. R. F. D. 7. "As a specific illustration let us ing neither lime nor Inoculation in Hartford. Ky. "In order to reduce th elabor Inwere boys together. Representing Continental taku the wheat production of Gage our section of the State, and can bo There were over one hundred pres- volved, tho limestone and phosphate Marble & Granite Co. County, which was 2.7G4.583 bushels grown successfully anywhere in wes-er- n in largor ent and I wish I thought you would are actually applied wtaoue fanners lost, by reason of the grows during Kentucky. It have space to print their names. I amounts at less frequent Intervals; Democratic Tariff. $414,087. This the fall and early spring, furnishing but thus far the rates of application by a vast amount of humus and from will indicate the loss sustained Mr. Embry, who is making the will give tho names of the men who have been ono ton of limestone and Tirmr in every county of Nebraska $10 to $15 worth of nitrogen per race for the Republican nomination came with their families: Wm. Lake, O. R. Tinsley, J. H. 500 pounds of phosphate per acre producing wheat. The profit-killin- g acre the most expensive element of for Representative, was born 36 Travlsj Wm. Newcome, John Casteel, for each year, although, after tho ffi'ct of the Tariff on corn and live plant food bought in complete com- years ago on a farm ln Select prein bo cinct, spent his boyhood on tho farm Tom Lowe, O. C. Trogden, Mr. Good- soil Is sufficiently enriched, one-ha- lt tock through Democratic Free-Trad- e mercial fertilizers and can d these amounts will prois oven more injurious to Nebraska turned under the first of May, when and received his early education In man, J. W. Weller, D. S. Bennett, or for maintenance. vide Just beginning to bloom, In plenty of tho public schools. Later he attend- Joe E Parks, and Herbert Park. Mrs. than the lods on wheat. STOP AT "Tho principles of permanent ImBertie Ward and daughter and Mr. "ln consideration of this subject time to make a first class crop of ed tho Morgantown Seminary. He provement for most soli types aro alU in well to remember that tho Re- corn or tobacco that year. Do not began teaching In thu public schools Cury Wallace and family of Owens-borThey Inwere present, also Mrs. Iva ready well established. publican national platform, as well wait too late to turn under. It also In IRAK, nml linn tnliulit onrll veil r clude the use of ground limestone andam"y ot DvIess :is llio Trogrcsbive national platform, furnishes an abundance of grazing slnceand at tho same time has both declre for adequate Protection by tho first of Aril and will benefit tinued farming. Mr. Embry's father ' A host of youngsters enjoyed the for correcting soil acidity and for enrichment In calcium; the utlllza-- 1 tu tho products of the American tho land some, even If so used. It who was Vinson Embry, died while day. In conclusion I wish the blessing tlon of atmosphere nitrogen by profarm, ivherea3 the Democratic na- would ho a mistake not to turn It all tho subject of this sketch was only per use of legume crops, the appliunder, as It grows at a time when tho 17 years old and at a time when ho of God upon all who were there and tional platform sanctioned I thank my many friends for tho sur- cation of phosphorus to most soils land would otherwise bo Idle. was bending every energy in secur FRANK ECKERT, Prop. Tills clover can bo seeded In stand- ing an education, leaving an Invalid prise, extending them an open Invl- - and tho liberation of potash from tho H.H.ECKERT.Mgr. ing corn after it is cut and shocked, mother and small children, brothers ' tat,on ,come to n,y houso for 1 Inexhaustible soils. On some soils dolomltlc limestone should be used by sowing tho seed then running a and sisters, dependent on him for enjoy their company. In order to provide both magnetism fOR FLETCHER'S Sincerely, European Plan Jl lip. harrow down tho row support. With unusual handicap", little and calcium; and on certain abnorS. F. Wallace. to lightly cover them. It can also Mr. Embry has mado his way In life mal soils, such as swamp muck and $: and hus accomplished what few men residual sand, potassium must also Made In America, Anyhow. Wom.in'H Spliero flu threshing by plowing, then making so situated could have accomplished. be applied. The cjuustlon of Woman Suffrago a good seed bed similar to that pre- Ho Is a self mado man. He mar-rio- d When the statistics fiend gets at "The location and character of tho We Knock the Spots Out of Things Ta an isuuu before the Anirican peo-plpared for wheat, after which sow Miss Eva Dalze, in 1903, and work he rarely knows when to stop. various soil types are established by Twnlvo shttes have adopted It, and cover lightly 15 pounds of good tey have threo bright daughters. Mr. Ono of his latest exploits Is to show tour Tnoro states vote upon It this seed per acre, between the 20th of Embry Is a good speaker and, If elect- the extent to which the people of the the surveys and analyses, and tho soil experiment fields help to deterfull jliuI )t is strongly urged that it August and the 10th of September. ed will bo ablo to make his presence United Spates eat candy. That this mine the best order ot application of nabecome a nlatform demand of the is tho greatest If thu land la Inclined to bo thin, felt on the llor of the Houso of French Dry Cleaned and Pressed in a country in the world Is ot course tho materials needed." tional ii)lU)cul parties. It is there-for- tt use two to four hundred pounds of He has never aspired Superior Maimer. thu privilege and the duty ot acid phosphate per acre to insure a to olllco before and now asks your well known. Without going Into the Send us your Garments and Hare erory voter to study carefully this large crop of clover. Farm For Sale. economic details of the case, tho fact support ln the primary, August 7, Them subject. Hon. Ellliu Hoot, in Try a few acres at first, or t least 1915. that wo are big consumers ot the Eighty acres of good land containthis question before the a small patch. It will prove a most substance may help to ex- ing dwelling, barn and other outsaccharine CLEANED CLEAN Convention of New York, valuble crop for adding humus and plain tho wrath that has awept over buildings, situated on Hartford and A New Destroyer of Insect. Packages called for and delivered. nitrogen to the farm. A new Insecticide which has been the land because of the 'free-sugTrewetrtf said in part: Rockport road. Well ami spring on opposed to tlio grunting of Remember to ge good seed that tested by the Department ot Agricul- trick the Democrats prepetrated in farm. Church and schoolhouse near. THE ELITE "1 PRESSING CLUB aallragu to women, because I bellevo has been tested and germinates well. ture with favorable results, Is called enacting that Tariff. For price, terms, etc., call or address Many worthy Americans actually It is nonln-t- o BARNETT & SON, Agts. A. Iva Nail, Prop. chat it would be a loss to women, I Old seed germinate badly and often every woman; J causes failures. flammable and Inexpensive. It Is believe this meant that sugar wouldl34tt to all women and Hartford, Ky. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. LOOSES $11,000,000 IAlT Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, 1915 Show Biggest Saddle the be-tw- j Pacing Races Each Day.... Midway and Grand Fireworu.8 Display. RUTH LAW, Sensational Lady Aviator ....Trolling s w-f- Vaoderbilt Training Scliool for Boys a ELKTON, KY. e, 2 5 g S 5 p m e, 5 S MATHENEY & BATTS S A le For Bedding Plants Decorations, Funeral Etc.. sec cost-of-livi- ' .... . ni-- ,.,.. I ... I "" In ...t-I-- T - Mer 7"""' ,t " ., ., ,.., '""""; ","f"a I i re-tlu- ce pHaiilrJHmiMrJniJ When Louisville i one-thir- V o, ! t ECKERT'S I con Free-Trud- t" 5th Avenue Hotel 'Children Cry CASTO Rl A u. sugar-consumi- Ladies' and Men's Garments ar ; -- Zz It. How proud I am of this county unit baby," But gentlemen, he is only a stepfather to tho county unit ON WILSON bnhy, and I am ftfrnld that some night he may roll over on It and mash the county unit baby, When I hear that Mr. Stanley is for But Not Half So Hard on Wilson the county unit bauy, it reminds moj of what I henrd about tho Governor as Wilson Has Been on of South Carolina. Ho was about to the Country. make a speech, and ho called In his colored man, Silas, and he said: 'Silas HE IS HARD Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest t t If you hid a mnchlno that you could operate nt a good profit day Iti mid dny out, would you not count as a loss tlio tlmo ll stood idlo? mncliatie. Invested In Your money 1b n good money-makin- g our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It cams Interest every day of tho week, ovcry week of tho month and every month of the year. 4 Hcmomljcr, wo give you nbsolutc security and pay you tho best rnto of interest. Central Trust Company Cor. tth mid Frcdcrlcn. KNOWN EVERYWHERE ns tho SAFE and KEMA1ILEHANK The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get $895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We are in strong and permanent. the automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Alien car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get. If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handiotne car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, touring carat 895, is the complete answer to your requirements. tm Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen J4 hit a Allen hortepower ST en-ei- Weaton-Mo- tt We build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization it floating axle, mohair top and leather upholrteiy, tteerinf gear, drive, ch WamcrtrntinHi!on left-han- and d expand- - inr brake, 110 -- inch wbeelbaic, demountable rimt, aluminum crank cate, mint if tltclrit tigiU and tUcfrrt itarltr. full ttnaf' (a The weight of the 2300 Iba.. which. wlUi the power of the motor, loturca economy of ci ration. W ball or reaflag la sri U75 I. S139S. modalt, Ibraa roadMan mm twt loarlaf aara, IwTta.r fraa rylt,itA, iwr, tnntmj if iptrattin, qualititi and AUm F.actory Seprcasntativss for Southern Ohio, adjacent Watt Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire Stat of Kentucky Kenton Motors Co. f net, tart laktlht bad tjutymtnt, itrvittallt 2XX&r Some of you Democrats Tnny think Tho Unseal Wlilppcr Is too hard on Wilson, but you should remember thnt wo hnve not been half so hard on Wilson ns Wilson lins been on us. Open your eyes, and look nt things ns they arc today. Kvcrythlng stagnant everywhere you go, and yet oven two years ago, under the G. O. 1. rule everything wns prosperous. Even you Democrats declared then thnt prosperity wns so great thnt the Dem party could not stop It, even If It tried. Hut you" seo now. The only chongo In Government that brought about this condition wns changing to the Wilson administration. Wilson's administration has been hnrd on us, and you know It. Every time we lick n "war" revonuo stamp wo remember that it Is to help pay Democratic deficit. for a Free-Trad- e Every time we hear n lumberman complain of low price of lumber wo know It Is due to putting lumber on tho Free List. Every time we hear a mcrchnnt complain of poor business Yes, we wo think of Woodrow. think often of Woodrow. Every time we read of a busincs failure Every time we think of Woodrow. d groceries or we hear of wages wo think of the d Woodrow, besame Wonder-Workln- g cause, b'gosh he promised to Improve both conditions and didn't. Every time we hear of times being hnrd and money being tight, we think of Wood row, for ho promised, through his glorious banking plan, to make money plentiful for tho working man. Tho Rascal Whlpper has nothing personal against Woowrow Wilson or the Democratic party. But facts are facts, and the truth is tho Dem. plan has filed agin. Yea, Wilson lis been hard on us, but he has been perfectly impartial abpnt It lie has hit you Democrats as hard ns us, if you'd only own it. We sometimes wish that "you fellows who pretend to bo so dodgasted fond of Free-Tratheories could have these Democratic times all to yourselves. There would be somcthink fair about that. For those who llko that sort of thing It is just the sort of thing they would like. But for the Rascal Whlpper, give us G. O. "P. times every day In tho year and you fellows could low wage, take your rag-taprosperity and use It to your henrts desire. The Rascal Whlpper. high-pricelow-pricede g, soup-kitch- Dealers t Write or wir for ageaey proposition Constipation Cured Overnight. A small dose of ht s em s- - ua Reducing the Cost of Upkeep and you enjoy a full, free, easy bowel movement In the; morning. No grip Is Podophyllln ing, for (May Apple) without the gripe. corrects tho cause of Constipation by arousing tho Liver, Increasing tho flow of bile. 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Low ribbon cost, low cost of maintenance and these are guaranteed to the highest efficiency L. G, Smith & Bros, users. DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKINC L. C. SMITH fif BROS. TYPEWRITER C? Hem Offki and Factory. SYRACUSE, N. Y. BmbcImi ia All Priaciftl Glut Stanley and County Ifnlt. In his speech at LoulsvllVo last Friday night Edward McDermott made the following caustic reference to the position of Mr. Stanley on tho County Unit Question: "Well, there Is Mr. Stanley, there Is his attitude In 1911, when wo were nominated In July for tho primary of 1911 all the candidates on tho ticket, and a number f the Democratic committee, mst down at the Louisville Hotel orio night, just one night before tho Democratic convention was to meet to form tho platform, and Mr. Stanley came before us; he niado substantially this speech to us: "Gentlemen, I hear that you are considering recommending plait form the for tho Democratic county unit. I want to say to you that I am opposed to the county unit. I have always been opposed to the county unit. I come from a country where my people know that I have always been opposed to it. I come from a country as dry as a powder horn, and yet they have eleoied me for Congress. If you put the county unit In fhe platform you will commit a blunder, and you will most certainly go down in defeat.' That Is what be thought of the county unit In 1911, after ho heard Mr. McChesney's county unit baby had been laid on somebody else's doorstep, Mr, Stanley said: "Whore is that baby? Where Is the found- ling?" I bow-legge- d, I-- 4U Plate Street , CINCINNATI, OUIQ. wmmmmmmmmmmm-- ' In 1911 he said tho county unit and baby was red headed, cross-eye- d but now ho says: "Take me to the county unit baby, I want io take tt to say boson aid suckle A NNOUNCKM KNm. Training The IIonc. Tho value and usefulness of a horse, says V. G. Stambaugh of tho For Ktntc Treasurer. Bureau of Animal Industry, Dopart Wc are authorized to an.aunca ment of Agriculture, Is Influenced to a great extent on whether or not it HON. R. L. MOORE, of CVAVradea was well broken when a colt. By n. county, a candidate for th Kpiib--llcanomination for State Ttroagrer. broken colt Is meant ono that is safe to handle In the stable or on the General Primary election, Aogu! 7. i road and one thnt will promptly obey 1915. the orders of the rider or driver. Memory and habit aro the two For Clerk Court of. AiivraZi'-W- e I am going to make n speech In tho ' main factors with which to deal are authorized to, courthouse this afternoon, and, Silas, In training horses. A horse nets EAItL C. HUNTSMAN, vi Afhtaatsun-ty- , it Is very Important to have tho ap- through Instinct and hnblt, and one a candldnte for Cletk Cnart of plause and the laughter at tho right of its greatest characteristics Is uni- Appeals, genernl primary election time, and to have them come In quick formity of conduct. What a horse Aug. 7, 1915. and to have no mistakes made. Silas Is onco trained to do ho will nearly I want you to lead in that, and I always do it under like conditions. want to give you tho signal, by which For Circuit. Judirc.. The first thing In training n horse you are to start the applause nnd the. is to get Ills attention. The second Wc are authorized to nuiuuiacQ IL, laughter quick and strong, and get Is to make him understand wbnt Is W. SLACK, of Daviess Couaty, a all of tho people to join with you. wanted. The education of tho horse candidate for the Republicans nomiNow, whenever you seo mo take a Is based on rewnrd and punishment. nation for Circuit Judge SlrtA Juglass of water and take a sip, I want Tho reward a pat on the neck, etc., dicial district. General primary elecyou to applaud loud nnd strong and should Immediately follow the act tion Aug. 7, 1915. quick, and whenever you sec me take of obedience. The punishment, to out my handkerchief and mop my bo cmcctlve, should Immediately folWe are authorized to asmoonco brow, I want you to laugh." And Si- low the act of disobedience. las says: "Boss, you had better shift are inherently vicious. JUDGE J. S. GLENN, ot Hiulford. Few horses them signals, for Just as sure as I Many horses are made vicious and as a candidate for the Judto&& Dis sec you take a drlng out of a glass of unreliable by tho carelessness or un for Judge of the Sixth trict, subject to the actloa cK th water. Boss, I am Jess bound to necessary brutality of their trainers. Democratic party nt tho State Prilaugh." If a horse kicks because the harness mary the first Saturday Vbi AtsnsX, Gentlemen, whenever I see Mr. hurts him, or shies at something of 1915. Stanley drinking a glass of pure wa- which he is afraid, punishment is ter and saying he is for the county not Justifiable. If, however, nfter unit, "I am Jess bound to lnff." being stopped, a horse starts before We are authorized to Erccranei receiving the command to go, he HON." T. F. BIRKHEAD, a easiiulab Horses nre for the Democratic nomlnaic&ya ten should be punished. How's This? naturally obedient, and when thor- Circuit Judge In this, the Slrti'jcidi-ci- al Wa offer One Hundred Dollars Is unidistrict. General Primal 'SecReward for any case of Catarrh oughly trained their conduct formly good. tion August 7, 1915. that cannot be cured by Hall's A horse should be trained so that Catarrh Cure. he thinks there Is no limit to his F. J. CHENET b CO.. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. For Commonwealth's Attorney;. required of Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe power to do the things We are authorized to annaonco lilm perfectly honorable In all business him, nnd believes that he has Owens-bor- o, transactions and financially able to carry to do that which Is against the LAWRENCE P. TANNER, c! oat any obligations made by his firm. Ky., a candidate for, tho coml-natlo- n NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, O. wishes of his driver. Above all never for Commonwealth Attorney Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, ask of a horse something that he Is acting directly upon tho blood and muunable to perform, and then punish of the Sixth Judicial' District, subcous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold him because It can not be done. If ject to the action of the Democratic by all Druggists. Take Halt a Family FUla for constipation. during the first year of his work a party at the State Primary the lira mm colt is hitched only to loads that he Saturday in August, 1915. The Killed And Wounded. can pull, he will develop Into a good In the casualizes of the war in Eu- work horse, while if he Is overloaded We are authorized to announc rope the proportion of tho killed in a few times he may become sulky BEN D. RINGO, of Owcnsboro. Ky.. action is extraordinarily large. This and worthless. But a horses can- a candidate for the nomluatiea fact appears in the figures of each not be trained alike. A Attorney o tho Sixth of the combatants, regardless of mere sensatlve horse must be treated gen- Commonwealth subJWttolaisVittSSssa Judicial District, estimates, which can usually be dis- tly, the dullard sharply. The same Democrats party at'th1stse missed as exaggerations or under- force applied to the sensatlve horse of the Primary the first Saturday 1st Jtst-gus-tshowing official statements. An that Is necessary to make the dullard 1915. from the French Relief Society places and would be likely to cause the of French soldiers killed high-strun- g the number horse to rebel, while For SUte.8eBatoir.-i- j at 400,000 and the wounded at 700,-00- 0 gentleness would obtain obedience. with 300,000 captured or missWe are authorized to aruwnmeit To train horses successfully a man ing. In former great wars the ratio needs to exercise great patience,, JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio CoAtoir. ?Ha of killed was about one to five among gentleness and firmness. If you are i candidate for State Seua.U cojttpiMtl those struck by bullets or other mis- training a horse, says Mr. Stambaugh Senatorial District, siles. Now the ratio Is little more and you lose your temper, you had Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler const than one to two, a remarkable In- better put the horse Into the stable ties. General primary election As crease. Great Britain is reported to until the next day, for further work 7, 1915. . j s have had 61,000 killed, 196,000 at this time will wounded: Russia, 733,000 to 1, 982,-00and may undo the work already We are authorized to anaieaee and Germany 482,000 killed, done. HON. ALBERT LAOH, or Bearer 852,000 wounded. Turkey's casuat ages, Dam, Ky., a Horses may be broken candidate for Stat Seas- 0 alties arc given as 45,000 killed, ranging from yearlings to old horses. tor in the 7th Senatorial JDtetnict com are footed The instincts in a horse which are wounded. Austria's up as 341,000 to 711,000, and Ser-via- 's opposed to obedlenceto man Increase prised of the counties of. QUW BaiItcpuKlicaJt 64,00 to 112,000. Belgium has in strength with age. This accounts ler and Muhlenberg. primary election, Aug. T, 115. lost 47000 killed to 160,000 wound- for the difficulty encountered In hand-lin- e ed. No return has been made from range horses that are allowed the Italian army. The grand total their freedom until their Instinct of For State Reprenonttfj. to June 1 is put at 2,173,000 killed Independence Is so strongly developWe are authorized to anaesao nnd 4,803,000 wounded, a propor- ed that It Is proportionately difficult W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs pretion of more than one to two. to teach them that it Is their duy o cinct, a candidate for the Repsrtrtlc--i So far as many have been killed In obey some forces oher than their an nomination for ReprescntatlTe ct European struggle as were enlisted own Instinct. Primary clccttoa SatOhio county. In the Union army In the American, The best plan Is to begin the edu urday, Aug. 7, 1915. civil war. In the latter conflict, by cation of a colt as early as possible. 8 the adjutant general's figures, The method generally followed Is to We are authorized to a&tsoaace Union soldiers were killed In ac- break the colt to being led and L. L. EMBRY a candidate f6r the 4 tion, 43,012 (fied of wounds, nnd handled before It Is weaned, and to Republican nomination for ILepres-entativ- e In prisons and from accidents. break to names between the ages of from Ohio County. General At Gettysburg 3,070 Wulen soldiers 2 and 3 years. Colts should not do primary election Aug. 7, 1915. wounded, and were killed and 14,497 break to arhneee between the ages of at Chlckamauga 1,656 were kHled to old, and should be accustomed te It For Circuit Court Oterfe. 9,746 wounded. The number of Union gradually. soldiers who died from disease durbeing We are authorized to anstoance) Before a colt Is broken to ing tho war was 190720, or more led. it should be taught to stand tied; OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate ,Ter than twice as many as were killed or this applies to unbroken horses of the Republican nomination for Cirmortally wounded In battle. How all ages. To do this, put a stronger cuit Court Clerk at the general primany the European armies have lost halter on the celt; them take a rope mary election Aug. 7, 1915. from disease has not been stated, but about 14 feet long, double , putting the winter campaign hi trenches must tho loop under the horse's tall ns a We are authorized to aoB&XBca have been extremely costly In human crupper, twist the two ropes together CAL P. KEOWN a candidate fw tn Jife. three times, then let on rope nomination fot C3rcat present about forward on each side or me Republican ot The range of ncms In the come Ohio County,. GlenenCl Court Clerk war, the number of wounds In the horse, and tie the ends together In primary election August 1 1M5. fire, to head and Intense artillery front against the chest Just tight say nothing of poisonous shells, are enough so that It will not drop down; to ans Wa nrf responsible for the nagmentntlon of then run a surcingle loosely around the number of soldiers killed In all tho horse behind the withers, tying WALLACE H. IULEY a ca.tthla the armies. In naval action also Into It the crupper rope at both sides. for4 the Republican noottaalloa lar the mortality has gone far beyond Have an additional rope about 12 Circuit Court Clerk ot Ohio esmrtg. any former record. A growth In the feet long, run It throuh the baiter General Primary August 1, 1915. desire for peace cannot be far away. ring, and tie It at the breast to the my We are authorizct to annwiw rone that forms the crupper. Tlo the For A riprainetl Ankle. other end at the rope to a solid post, CARL M. TAYLOR, of Pssnttssi ja-If you get a bottle of Chamberallowed about 3 feet of slack. Leave clnct, a candidate for the BepitVHwm lain's Liniment and observe the dinoaUnatioa for Circuit Court Clark colt tied for about an hour. rections given therewith faithfully, the t Ohio County. General' Primaaj emphasis Is laid on the ImWhile . you will recover in much less time portance of using kindness to a hsrse Saturday, August. 7, than is usually required. Obtaina- In reality the whip Is of equal Imtn ble everywhere. We are authorized to. portance with kladness. . . ANDREW THORPE.ot .MtHwy ay House and Lot For Sale. Recommends Chamberlain's Colic, candidate for the Republican irasstl.-tlo- n We have for sale a lot containfor Circuit Court Clerk of Otte Cholen and 'DlarrKoea Iteiuedy. ing 94 acre in old Fair ground adto recom- County. General Primary cot"I have never hesitated dition on the pike, with 5 room tage, good barn and all buildings. mend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera August 7, 1915. Fine well of water. About 50 young and Diarrhoea Remedy," write Sol We are authorized to mu to bear. Williams, merchant, Jesse, Tenn. "I fruit trees beginning Would be a fine location for some sell more of It than of any other pre- P. McKINNEY, of BOavafer one desiring to take advantage of parations of like character. I have a candidate tor the nomUatl County High School. Terms reason- used It myself and'fownd it gave me Circuit Court Clerk,' subject W of Qats more relief than anything else I have action ot the DeWMi able. Se SON. BARNETT ever tried for the same, mrpose." Ob- county, at the .Oneat, frlmanr sato. tion, August 7, :. ,4 .Hartford, Ky. tainable everywhere., fc L I n ' high-strung, fr t b'e'-wors- than-useles- 0, 90,-00- 67,-05- 40,-15- 19-lb- ,"? lti. ' not b "Manufactured abroad owing to tho war, and some of the Idle freight cars have been called Into m commission to carry these goods to Kntrd aicordln to law at the rottoMc IN DANGER tho seaboard for export. Bartfonl, Ky., aa mall matter of the Mcond Competition After War. da, Under ordinary conditions tho Hon. Samuel AlcCall, of Massachucommercial world would read this & Proprietor setts, spoko at Lynn on July 19 on C. M. BARNETT, Editor "irolght car" as Indicattho Tariff. He said In part: Appropriation For Preven- ing r revival Inbarometer and it docs business, "I cannot coino to a great Indus- Address all communications to i signify that many plants nro busy. trial center like this without saying tion of Fires Fails. I They arc filling war orders, but when IM Hartford Republican. one word regarding the policy that I the war Is over the cars will not bo largely responsible for the believe Is needed nnd will bo returned to storNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Industrial greatness of America. nbacrlhrra ilwlrln th. pnpr wnt tit n new President Woodrow Wilson made the Democratic Members of Congress age unless the party of Protection ddrtM mut Kite the old mldn-- In iiihUiik the comes Into power before that time l( statement thnt ever since he was a raqaeat. Kepeatedly Urged to Approve and enacts a Tariff law that will 10c per line nnl Be boy he wanted to sign slniethlng like i ii Bnilnei t.ocnln nnd Xtillrr encourage Industry, shut out tho per liaetor en.h nilillttiinnl the Underwood Tariff bill. Well, ho Former Law. obitnnrie,.ite,uiutm,,,n..t..r1i.m,nk.,c products of cheap European labor Buchanan's ndraln-,rllD- .. money In Hdvime. and Protect manufacturers from un a Free-Tra(or nervlecn frit, but other Istratlon, Church Notice fair competition such ns mny bo exmlTertlementi, re per line. Tariff then. That was displaced by Washington, D. C.August 4. The Kill recelre no AnoDjinoan coinmnnlriitlttn Protection under Lincoln, whereup- tufoty of millionu of dol'ars wortii n pected In the fiercest struggle of Euttentlon ropean countries to pay their debts. on our Industry quickened nnd we the nation's timber supply has been The cars are wanted today to carry became a great Industrial nation. jeopardized by Democratic neglect. TEI.2FIIOITEC. horses and mules for shipment nt our example and 1E3 Germany followed Cvn33.torlarii ...... of An authorized appropriation CO her modern Industrial prosperity Is three million dollars for preventing Atlantic ports, snddlcry from St. rarraeu' Louis, nnd wire for trench entangletho result of a Tariff. forest fires nnd kindred purposes, pro'I believe that it Is necessary to vided for in what is known as the ments from Pittsburgh; ammunition, (I. I'UI DAY, AUGUST meat products from Chicago and aumako a patient Inquiry Into cost dif"Weeks law," was allowed to lapse tomobiles from Detroit all for tho ferences between American nnd EuWe have gone back to our A. B. C's ropean products and levy a Tariff because of the careless failure of the European belligerents. This trade last Democratic Congress to carry will practically cease when Peace In the Mexican trouble. that shall cover this difference of la- out the mandate of n former law. spreads her wings over tho warring bor cost. 1 do not believe In a TarThe weeks law was enacted to en- nations. Other uses for tho cars are Republicans; you owe It to your iff higher than the moon, but a fair State and to yourselves to voto In the difference, based upon the cost of pro- able the federal government to the transportation of Argentina beof with the states to secure pro- from the ports of entry to the Inprimary tomorrow. duction. Without it you are going tection from forest fires. It author- terior, where tho beef conies in comto have retrogression and your workIf tho Kaiser can figuratively tell ing people are going to lose employ- ized appropriations up to eleven mil- petition with American-fe- d cattle oflions to carry its purpose into effect. fered by American farmers. us to "go to hell," why cannot Villa ment. Then Based upon carefully drawn plans, it there are shipments tell us that literally? of live cattle "After the European war we are providt J for the purchase of lands nt from Guatemala by way of New Or- going to have the fiercest kind of Each of the Democratic candi- competition und our country Is Hke- - the head waters of navigable streams i jeans, which must be transported by dates for Governor declares that his jly to be Inundated with foreign goods. to aid navigation of strenm flow, and the Illinois Central to East St. Louis promote forest protection. party cannot win Jn November, if the' for slaughter. This trade is the diprcgent th(J WM ,g operatlns as a thereby Firo destroys the soil covering In rect result of Free-Trad- e i Hvy uiu uu under the inuer is jiuMiiuuicii, makProtective Tariff, so that we arc says the forestry report on Underwood act. right. ing our own goods now. We must a forest," the plnn of the Weeks law. "This The question Is not how many Idle ' That plan to turn Mexico over to look ahead nnd prepare a Tariff that causes rapid run-of- f on steep slopes cars have been called into use, but will protect our working people from South America neighbors and avoid tho competition of foreign goods and erosion results. The soil thus what proportion of these cars arc. source of needed to supply and quicken activresponsibility, is a good one. It is will be forthcoming as a result washed out of the chief that just as well to let some one else do of cheaper labor In Europe. sediment In the channels of havaga-bl- e ity In American industries due to imcome "watching and waiting." streams. Forest fires, there-- , proved conditions. This question "One Instance of the effect of a fore, cause Irregularity of stream cannot be answered by quoting rail lower Tariff is the fact that in the Ed. Morrow captivated an immense flow and loss of navigability. This road statistics, first seven months of last year audience at Livermore last Saturday. abunThe artificial situation felt worth more foreign goods calls for active assistance from tho We heard a life long Democrat say federal government, and section 2 of sorbing numerous war orders should was brought into this country than It was the best speech he had ever in the first seven months of the year the Weeks law Is to authorize this not be mistaken for permanent Imheard, and he had just heard Stan previous. provement in business conditions. And the United Slates assistance." ley too. Tho necessity for forest fire pro- The Free-Tradose administered to tm, shrinkSteel Corporation showed a reAmerican industries brought on a age fund paid to labor amounting to tection Is shown by the official -ports of the vast destruction such paralysis ih trade that cannot bto V Mr. Stanley hi his speech last $45,000,000 in a slhgle year." .Friday denounced the State ring In fires cause. cured unless the right antldole is "An average of 10,000,000 acres used. Protection. bitter terms. Now ho seems to wel- LEWIS KOK SECRETARY OF Is burned over annually In the United come the support of the Bosworth 4 STATE. Including States, with a money loss Of about nnd of the state crowd. Sudden Death 'or" MrA. Simmons. says the Forestry Bu Brother Clifford, State Fire Marshal. News was received by Mr. and Mrs. READ WHAT HON. JOHN W. $25,000,000," reau report. "The danger threatens Will Gilllsple laVt Friday night of How about this? LANGLEY SAYS OF JUDGE JAMES forests. the sudden death of Mrs. Gillisple's CANDIDACY FOR SEC- both northern and southern request of candidates for P. LEWIS' At the In the coniferous forests of the north sister, Mrs. Henry Simmons, at DayRETARY OF STATE: timthe Republican nomination for Cirton Ohio. Mrs. Simmons was forPIKEVILLE, KY. JULY 22, 1015. the destruction of mechantable we again publish cuit Court Clerk, ber is frequent. In the pine or hard merly Miss Gertrude Mills, and a HON. JAMES P. LEWIS, the signed agreement made last June wood forests of the south, the chief daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ashford WHITESVILLE, KY. damage is the repeated killing of Mills, who reside near Hartford. in which they all covenanted not to DEAR JUDGE LEWIS: young growth. This Is severe,, be- The family have not been apprized 4iee money or other things of valug I HAVE RECENTLY VISITED cause to influence voters in the primary OTHER SECTIONS OF KENTUCKY the young growth has a very of the particulars of her death, algreat future value, and upon it de- though it must have been sudden. election. We have no doubt that each AND I FIND THE SENTIMENT candidate will observe this agreement THERE AMONG REPUBLICANS pends the permanency of the lumber Mrs. Simmons attended school here to the letter. They are all honorable WELL NIGH UNIVERSAL THAT industry in the region." and had many friends who rememWe are prepared to fllll your onlers in various kinds of Building X. men and to violate this pledge The attention of the Democratic ber her In girlhood days. THE TENTH DISTRICT HAS EARN would be dishonorable in the greatmembers of Congress was repeatedly material, at prices that will meet jour approval, ED AND OUGHT TO HAVE A Singing Convention. est degree. Besides it would endan- PLACE ON OUR STATE TICKET called to the necessity of giving for Write us for prices for anything you need, There will be a singing Convenger the election of any candidate mal approval to the law formerly enTHIS YEAR. I FIND ALSO THAT on the Hartapproval tion at Bethel church who should succeed through such an FOR acted and that without the YOUR EMINENT FITNESS advantage. approprition would lapse and be ford and Rosine Road, the Fifth SunOF SECRETARY OF the THE OFFICE FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Come and bring no longer available however, the day in August. CONincorporated STATE IS EVERYWHERE Mr. Stanley Is right. The last Democrats neglected to Include the your baskets and enjoy tho day with CEDED. YOU WILL RECEIVE AN WllMon, FORDSVILLE, KY. legislature, which, remember, was. UNPREDICTEI) necessary provision in the law this us. All Singing classes are Invited. PRIMARY VOTE IN overwhelmingly Democratic in both E. C. BAIRD, Ch'm'n. year. THE RIG SANG. P. JONES, Ssc'y. branches, did help the school book THIS SECTION OF The result Is that during the next DY VALLEY, WHERE YOU ARE SO trust to another rake oil from tho WELL KNOWN, AND I PREDICT fall and winter when the danger . School Tax Due. rich and poor alike in Kentucky, But fires is at the maxiYOUR NOMINATION 1JY A LARGE from the forest Tho school tax for Hartford Gradmum, the protection that would have what about brother Stanley's remedy. MAJORITY. OF COURSE YOU He wants to correct the matter by the Weeks law ed School district No 1, If now duo WILL RE ELECTED, FOR THIS IS been afforded under G per cent will be turning one set of Democrats out and A be lost or must be pro- and a penalty of REPUBLICAN YEAR IN KEN- will either added after Aug. 15th. Call on mo putting another set In. Now, he did some other way. TUCKY. WE ARE GOING TO SET vided for in and get your receipt and save extra not think that was the thing to do THE PACE FOR THE REPUBLICAN I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording J. P. STEVENS, cost. FOR LEWIS. WINN in National matters. His Idea was LANDSLIDE IN THE NATION Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Collector. 3t4 to have a house cleaning at WashHartford, jtna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes WHICH IS SCHEDULED FOR NEXT MT. STERLING', KY JULY I5,ll.". e ington with Democrats doing tho A Year of tho War. YEAR. the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. JUDGE JAMES P. LEWIS, cleaning. Why not have it done by and SerWhile Austria-Hungar- y WISHING YOU EVERY SUCCESS These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to WH1TESBURG, KY. the Republicans nt Frankfort. bia stnrted to fight four days before, AND WITH KIND PERSONAL REhear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, MY DEAR JUDGE LEWIS: great war really began with jtho The execution of Becker In New GARDS, BELIEVE .ME. ONK PROSPECTS FOR SUCCESS the of Germany and Russian SINCERELY YOURS, York last week, with a bolemn deHAVE NEVER BEEN BRIGHTER entrance a year ago today. Details of batJ NO. W. LANGLEY. of his Innocence on his lips, claration THAN THEY ARE IN THE STATE movements nnd reports of oven wide comment, lias caused ELECTION THIS YEAR. SINCE tles and among his most bitter enemies. It Had There Been no European War. THE CAMPAIGN REGAN I HAVE killed, wounded and captured liave v Had imports continued to pile up FELT AN UNUSUAL DEGREE OF come only through censors whoso Should cause an increase in tho rapid Is not for the truth. But growth of public sentiment against during the last 12 months at the same SOLICITUDE THAT WE SHOULD chief zeal capital punishment. Men do not oft- rate that they were coming in a NOMINATE A TICKET COMPOSED there are certain outstanding facts aid and direction, tho mediaeval land with a fish famlno. Hut the given the allies the most allies show no lack of confidence. en go to their death. In tho manner year ago tho country would have OF MEN WHO DO EFFECTIVE, no censor could hide. On els tho Turk has Immensity of the conflict. More painful surprise of the war. A few Japan, finishing Its allotted task in in which Becker did, with a Ho on been much less prosperous than is the HONEST, CLEAN WORK FOR THE ago Austria-Hungar- y was suf- tho Orient, has apparently becomo a their lips. They either confess, or case now. The war in, Europe has STATE, AND THEREBY WOULD men have been killed and moro treas- months great reverses and was ex- spectator. Serbia has its territory ure spent than in any other dozen fering uay nothing. The declaration of cut off imports and has enormously SERENGTHEN US AS A PARTY. oppor- - "T Becker has caused thousands to doubt increased exports. It was tho big YOUR DECLARATION FOR SECRE- wars of like duration. Human in pected to becomo a suppliant for Intact and has improved tho d Durazzo. genuity has tried to outdo Itself in de peace. Hut when leavened with tuutty to seize bis guilt. In a few more years no increase in the latter that was to TARY OF STATE WAS MOST by Italy has as yet accomplished little, State will bear the disgrace of main- have made the country prosperous PLEASING; HECAUSE YOU FILL vising methods of destruction. Every German troops and commanded realm of knowledge has been drawn German ofllccrs, tho Austrian army but Is sure to do much military and taining tho right to take tho life of a under a low Tariff. Had there been THE DEMANDS OF THAT PLACE. .war, exports no European would I HEARD .MANY EXPRESSIONS upon and every kind of skill engag- became a mighty fighting machine. economic damage to Germany and subject, "under law." have been much smaller and the FROM THE LEADERS OF THE ed. There has been flghttoig on land, Although it made its grentest ad- Its allies. Russia has fought unsucThe Courier Journal and Louisville prostration of business in this coun- PARTY AT LEXINGTON CONVEN- on sea, In the air, under the sea and vances to the west and south In Sep- cessfully but with admirable perseTimes are greatly excited over the try would huve ben more acute. Tho TION OF THEIR DELIGHT AT in subterranean trenches. The war tember, Germany Is still fighting on verance and will contlnuo to engage prospects of the nomination of Mo answer must be plain to those busi- YOUR ANNOUNCEMENT, AND I and its effects, felt to a greater or foreign soil, It holds Luxemberg, troops that cannot bo spared from Chesney, tho State Wider, and they ness men and economists who are not EARNESTLY HOPE THAT THE less degree by every human creature, Belgium and the richest section of the West. France, thought to bo as predict that in the event such a ca- blinded by political prejudice. If PARTY WILL GIVE YOU THE NOM have occupied the attention of com- France and bids fair to hold Russian unstable as water, has astonished merce, industry, science, statecraft, Poland, fighting successfully now the world by its calm courage and lamity should happen, tho grass and the advocates of low Tariff were INATION. philanthropy, religion and philosophy where it fought dlsasterouBly last tenacity. Great Britain has financed weeds will grow knee high on tho really believers in a Tariff for revYOURS, VERY SINCERELY Sages said such a war was impossible. October. Only Alsace Is occupied by tho allies, swept German commerce principal sreets of Louisville In less enue and not in Free-Trad- e they ROBT. II. WINN. Rut after a year of terrific conflict, an Invader. Germany has lost Its from the seas, protected transports than a month from the primary. Of would heed the warning and take the making all previous battles seem Asiatic and African possessions. Its and contributed an army which course wild statements only discred- first opportunity to advance Tariff The "Frelnlif Car" Burometer The decrase In the number of idle skirmishes, each belligerent declares commerce lias been swept from the Kitchener is said to be increasing it those who make them. We were duties and increase Tariff revenue. eurprlsed to see Mr. Stanley fall in- Textile Manufacturers' Journal. cars reported by the railroads is look-'e- d it is fighting for Its life and is pro- seven seas. It gets no supplies from rapidly. Resources, pf men, ships upon as a hopeful sign. Last fessedly confident of victory. 'The outside, except from Scandinavia and and wealth are on the side of the to the same error when he spoke in Being allies. They seem to feel that they can He also predicted horyear, before the war, the business of allies are bound by solemn pledge from Holland and Rumania. Louisville. Fair For Ohio. .County. things for Louisville In case Tho Ohio County Falr Company the country was stagnant, owing to not to conclude peace separately or unable to buy abroad, It has piled up win and that they must win. They rible act. Mills were cur- to make demands for peace hot pre- no great foreign debt. But it seems expect help from some of the Balkan McCbesney should win. We fall to has decided to, give a, three days fair the Free-Trad- e he makes all this glngle with at Hartford Jhfs,ycar.,t Tbe. date wlU tailing, factories closing and the viously ' agreed upon among them- to have everything it needB and Is states later on. All human probabiltee bow ''' 1 performing' prodigies of valor and ities are on their side. But who, in freight cars were sent to the yards selves. '" bis declaration out In the State .to be Sept. ;7ud,18sv . daring.- - "With Its submarine warfare the light C w ait, "Itmay be called'the German-war- , been done, can effect that be had urged members t Special .tractions are. vbejng ar- for storage,. tbe Snce 'then urjope hall placed or- ror while' it has alllos, Germany Is it has forced up marine freight and put a limit o German f apaeltjr (or of tbe test, legislature to submit a ranged and. the premium list will be For our larger and better than ever. ders 'here" tor supplies wokfc ocftld th'e' treat figure'. Through Gaman' Insurance rates 'andt threatened Engjtlaeit. miraculous adeyetyeur jBtate Wide amendment Hartford Republican. part wo prefer tho nomination of Stanley and a strnlghtout fight on State and National Issues. TIMBER SUPPLY Plowing Time! I OLIVER RIDING BREAKING PLOW and in plowing. Wheat sowing season will soon roll around. Don't put off your plowing until the last minute. I BUY YOUR- SELF A NEW .,...,.., de .enjoy real luxury -- $12G,-000,0- 00 de It does the work so perfectly and with so little effort on the part of your team that you are always in a happy frame of mind when plowing with the Oliver. If you don't know positively that these statements are absolutely true, ask any farmer who has used an Oliver. If he doesn't tell you they are true in every sense of the term, don't buy the plow. A telephone call will bring our demonstrator to your field and he will show you how a real plow operates. A demonstration places you der no obligation to buy. It must please you and do your work to. your entire satisfaction or we don't want to sell it to you. BEAVER DAMKY. E. P. Barnes & Bro. Notice to Those Needing Building Materially " r t Jnkc M;r. new insurance agency E. E. BIRKHEAD, - Hartford, Ky. long-covete- t. 4 a. A ' A BIG SAVING NOW married Inst Sunday nt Maxwell. The brldo Is n splendid lndy and was popular hero. The groom In a son of Chnpnmn, deceased, and was Dr. Ho Is at presraised at Centertown. ent employed nt Orccnvlllo where they will mnke their home. LEXINGTON HERALD OUT FOR MCDERMOTT Says Liquor Interests Procured Our big SemkAnnual Kum Down Sale is in full blast. 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, Cheviots, Lawns, etc.the very kind to make school dress-es- , etc. SALE CLOSES Re- SATURDAY, AUG. 7. member this and that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. JZkm&Gb, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, AUGUST L., II. & No. 115 iNo. 114 ' No. 112 . . V U l?No. , Ill ., ST. Ju R. It. TIME TABLE, due nt Ellmltch 9: 20 a. in, due nt Ellmltch 6: 15 p. in Take a Kodak with you and bring Lv. Ellmltch .. 3: 40 p. HI: buck the htory of your vacation. Ou m, Ar. Irvlngton . . 3: 40 p. sale at J. IS. TAPI'AN'S, Lv. Irvlngton . . C::4G p. m, 5114 Hartford, Ky. Ar. Louisville . 7: 40 p. m Mr. Dclmer Stewart, of Cromwell, Louisville .. 8: :35 a. in Lv. d Interest In Ar. Irvlngton ..10: 0G a. in has purchased n Irvlngton ..10: :40 n. m the transfer line and livery business Lv. Ar. Ellmltch .. 1: 04 a. in of Cooper & Co. one-thir- Miss Katie Pendleton left Monday for Central City and Greenville where she will visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Lyman Hosenfleld and daughter, Caroline, Louisville are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Ileav-rl- n. M., II. & E. K. K. TIME TABLE. South Bound, No. 115 S:4C n. m. ' Due at Hartford North Hound, No. ..G:15 p. m. Duo nt Hartford Ill (Both "Mixed Trnins.) ' i ,f ford several days lust week, returning hqme Saturday. Messrs. lUfe7randLTM7Sanderfur, great St. Louis, who are visiting relatives Get your Btock ready for tho In the county, paid this office an apOhio County Fair, Sept. 10, 17 & 18. preciated visit yesterday. Miss Annie Leo Taylor and brother, Mrs. D.L7 JohnsonrMrs. W. It. Homey nro tho guests of relatives In Cooper and little nelce, Martha CoopMjtiftl er, Evnnsvllle, Ind., aro tho guests Greenville. Cloth.nny width trom 24 to of Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Klley. Wire Mr. Mary Bean and' Evelyn Thomas 40 Inches, black and galvanized, at entertained quite a number of their 8. L. King's. Thursday In honor of the Mrs. Fannie Taylor, who has been friends several months, Is Misses Barnard and Clark. In bad health for Mr. William "Moore, who Is a stumuch Improved. dent at State University, Is home to fly-iMr. Rowan Holbrook made a spend the remainder of his vacation to Louisville Monday, re-- with his parentB, Mr. and Mrs. E. P trip turning Tuesday. i Moore. - Misses Pendleton, Moore and King While clearing ground on his farm ore the guests of Miss Willie Llndley west of town, one day this week, near Centertown. Prof. Henry Leach slashed his foot ReV. BfW." Napier has gone to with an axe. The cut Is painful but Dawson Springs for a few days, on I not serious. account of his health. For Sale Six White Leghorn 4 months old. Purest Mr. aniTMriTbtto C Martin are Cockerels, tho proud parents of a new girl, born strain of class In U .8. First choice 3.00. Pedigree if required. last Saturday morning. A. W. LOGAN, Braeslde, Mr. J. ilTu"omaB and" daughter, Hartford, Ky. Miss Isabella, were pleasant visitors 3t2. Z.'HrShuitFand Miss Mayme our offlce Monday. Mrs. '' at ' The Ohio County Fair will com- -, Shown and Verna Duke have returnprUe, three days thlB year, but they ed from a trip to the Panama Expoever. sition at San Francisco, They also , will be better than wEld'. W. B. Wright,' Dawson visited Lob Angles and otherpolnts .; i M. Springs, was the guest of Mr. and of Interest on the Coast. Miss HallleTGray, wh,o for several ' Mrs. C B. Smith, Wednwday. -- y 1 ttd Lw Rob-'- "' years baa been Jntbe employe of i'i , Of WendB at the local Cumblnd,,T:lek,Qne;E-changeChapman .were and Mr, Fred, XU"W';'tUo bo Llvemw' ' tlntos, Sept. IS. Itlngo, and son Pryor, Hon. U.D. Owensboro, wero hero Tuesday. 1C, 17 & Wire cloth at S. L. King's, Mr. T. 11. Petrie, Brazil Indiana, llemembcr tho Ohio County Fair was the guest of relatives In Hart- 'Mrs. J.uTpirtle, daughter, Miss Amelia and son, Ferdinand, left yesterday, for a visit to relatives in Illinois. Lost Hood for top of Iteo Auto.' Finder please return to Dr. B. F. TIchenor, Hartford, Ky., and re3tf. ceive reward. ' ' . .r. arkTF Sba"ttetaitB dov. McDermott was imahlo to nil Bosworth's Withdrawal Ills nppolntnicht here Tuesday on account of tho death of a brother. He For Stanley. was represented by Mr. Berkley, City Attorney of Louisville who niado a good speech to a small audience. Gov. McDermott has some actlvo sup"Lexington, Ky Aug. 4. Tho Lexport hero and would no doubt hnvc ington Herald edited by Desha had n good crowd to hear him, had Breckcnrldge, who had supported Aunot tho report Bono out that the apditor Henry 'M. Bosworth until his pointment had been canceled. withdrawal from the race, this morn-- 1 Mr. Tom Casobler camo near losing his life while nt work in the lug came out In a strong plea for the Mines at Central City yesterday by candidacy of Lieut. Gov. McDermott coming In contact with n llvo electric for the Democratic nomination for wire. Tho accident occurcd nbout Governor. Tho nctlon of Mr. Breckcnrldge 9 o'clock A. M. and ho was unconscious for six hours. Had It not gives support to tho Impression, genbeen for the prompt assistance of n eral here, that the withdrawal of Mr fellow workman, who turned n switch Bosworth would add greatly to the Mr. Casobler would undoubtedly have strength of Mr. McDermott, and It is lost his life. He Is a son of Mrs. Caso- claimed by Mr. McDermott's friends bler, who lives In Hartford and a that ho will receive 90 per cent of brother of Messrs. I'lrd, Perry, Jesse the Bosworth votes. The belief Is prevnlcnt thnt Mr. and Clarence Cnscbler. The latter effort to throw his went down to see his brother Wed- Bosworth's nesday although he had been pro- strength to Mr. Stanley has failed, and tho Stanley men nre now wonnounced out of danger. dering whether they did not make Candidates for Circuit Court Clerk a serious blunder In persuading Mr. nnd Representatives in the Republi- Bosworth to get off the track. can primary have nil worked hard Claims On Lexington. cud honestly In their efforts to win The Herald In announcing Its supthe nrlzo and go to the post tomor port of McDermott for the nominarow morning each sanguine of success tion refers to Mr. McDermott's The race for the Democratic nomina- claims on Lexington, mentioning tion for this office between Mr. Por- among other things the part ho ter and Mr. McKlnney has not at- played in the settlement of tho street tracted very much attention and has car strike; his advocacy of the movebeen overshadowed by the race for ment for the purchase of Hart's masCircuit Judge. It is thought Mr. terpiece, Woman Triumphant, and McKlnney Is a sure wimner. Botli his many Indications of friendship sides claim success In the Judges for tho city. race, but It looks to an outsider like Tho Herald then continues In rean old fashioned "boss" race, with ferring to his address to be delivered possible surprises In store for some- In Lexington tonight: body. Time To Talk. "It Is well that Governor McDerIf Horses Could Talk. mott should come to Lexington this If horses could talk, those of us time, where there are reports curwho know them best have no doubt rent that men who profess to be his as to some of tho things they would supporters are circulating a petition say. Man's Inhumanity to them, urging his withdrawal In favor of would be the chief subject of therr the Hon. Owsley Stanley. In ways conversatlon, at least If they are half that are dark and tricks that are as human as wo thing Not only ow- vain It seems the followers of Mr. ners, breeders.drlvers would hear a Stanley were peculiarly apt. few things much to their dlcredlt, but "That any real friend of Governor cities and towns would be summoned McDermott should inaugurate a move Into court and charged with some of ment to induce him to withdraw, Is, the worst forms of cruelty from of course, beyond reason. That the which these fnlthful tollers have same persons that Induced the Hon. suffered. Jim Edwards, a resident of Louisville To require a locomotive to haul a who was a candidate against Govtrain of cars over a track that wrecks ernor McDermott for Lieutenant Gov It before half Its days of usefulness ernor, and In whose favor votes were should be over, and then send It to fraudulently counted against Goverthe scrap heap. Is an economic folly. nor McDermott four years ago, to run To ask a horse to drag our heavy again Governor, for Lieutenant loads of coal, Ice iron, lumber the should now pose as Governor Mcmerchandise of all sorts by which Dermott's friends here and attempt cities grow rich and great, over to create the Impression that be will streets that wear It out even before withdraw is not beyond reason. it has reached Its prime, Is not only Stanley's Support economic folly, It is a cruelty that "Tkere are, of course, many good not only horses but all decent men men supporting Mr. Stanley. But the must condemn. most vicious element In every city, Of nothing less than this aro hun- Including tho city of Louisville and dreds of our American cities guilty the city of Lexington, the elements today. There are streets where, no that have done more to corrupt polimall part of tho year, tho pavement tics, more to win elections by fraud Is so slippery that It Is torture for a and bribery and corruption have horse to travel on them. There are made most odious tho liquor Interothers no full of holes, so uneven, so ests because of tho participation In wretchedly out of repair, that no politics of the most vicious element hor&e, left'to himself, in the liquor interests, aro solidly bewould over set foot upon them. hind Mr. Stanley, whoso nomination To bo Jerked and pul:t-r- t now, this would be hailed by that element as a way, now that, because tho loadod victory would crystallize against tho wagon you arc straining to drag to liquor interest the solid public opinIts destination Blnks Into a holliw ion of those who believe In temperthere; ance. In honest elections nnd in the or bangs Into an elevation to gc homo at nght with feet bru'jed enforcement of the law." -nnd hliocs torn off by such pa Notice. uientb. with legs aching In every raun-et- c bi'CnuKe no clean level surface Wo have leased the flour mill of Have emhas been provided where tho feet the Hartford Mill Co. miller and as could tit a grip If wo wore horses, ployed a first-clawho of us would start a union for soon as wo can get tho mill nnd strike before tho rehauled snd equipped, we week was over? will be In position to do custom grinding and do a general milling Put horses do not talk. Their Give us a trial nnd we is not nudlble, It Is visible. business. You see It in that swolen Joint, that will convlnso you that there Is no sprained tendon, that limping gait, better flour. The style of the new we which speak of the roads oyer which business Is EIIIb Flour Mill. will continue the Feed and Produce men have made them travel. Money? No money to put our buslnes at our old stand. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. streets in order? We are robbing our lt-of their money by refusing to do It saving at the spigot Candidates Aweement. Hartford, Ky., June 14, 1915. We and wasting at the bunghole. We are doing more. We are treating with the undersigned candidates for the positive crudty, every working day of Republican nomination for Clerk of tho year, thousands of the most the Ohio Circuit Court before the faithful servants of our cities, with- Primary which Is to bo held In the out whom we Bhould have no cities various precincts of Ohio County on worthy the name. Our Dumb Ani- Saturday the 7th day of August, 1915, do hereby covenant and agree mals. among ourselves as follows; If arm For Bale. 1st. We covenant and agree that 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor no money or whiskey shall be used Inroad, 1 2 mile from Broadway and by either of us, either directly or mile from Rockport. Schoolhouse directly, or by or through a friend I oa ddga of farm and church near. for the purpose of securing a vote Three roads paw dwelling bouse or votes and thus fairly securing which. U oa Hartford R. F. Dv Not this nomination. 2nd We further covenant and Most of land perfectly level. Any (arm will do agree that neither of us shall use or obj dealrfac to purc-baawaBlto laveatite.,lPrtee reason-W- .; maloyy or cause to be ased or ea ployed-another, UPeglUmate or unApplr.ior farther fair method' of necurluK ald noml- ss thor-ouehly n, lan-guutax-paye- rs . sSSK K&V'0mr-r,rCkmriKil3itj9iH- i M 1 fe ToBUY AT OUR STORE MQW csmuaiusai GREAT ECONOMY IT IS WHEN YOU FUL .SUMMER JEEoUR GOODS, BEAUTI- YoU WILL OUR LOW u ADMIRE THEM. WHEN "MARKED-DOW- YOU N" GET PRICED, YOU WILL BUY. BETTER COME IN THIJ WEEK. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. On Suits and Pants Closes Saturday, August Don't Forget the Date. HUB CLOTHING Hartford, Kentucky. CO. Mlattlo lief of W. H. Gray, Commonwealth Attorney at Greenville, Ky., in a letter to Judge Duncan C. Glvens, of tho Circuit .Court here, which was received today. Several weeks before Harrison was arrested here on Juno 1, he was whipped by tho "possum hunters" near Greenville, Ky., It Is alleged, and after he had exposed some of the alleged mob to the Sheriff, Harrison says he was threatened with death, and that he fled to this city. Harrison Is wanted as prosecuting witness against some of tho alleged "possum hunters at Greenville when the trial Is called In September, and Mr. Gray says he fears that Harrison was arrested here on charge and that he a "trumped-up- " For Bale. registered Blrkshlre Boar Is being held here in order that ho Three cannot testify at the trial. Pigs. Apply to Judge Glvens has consented jto APPLE GROVE FARM, release Harrison on $100 bond. In orF. W. Plrtle & Son, Props, der that he may go back, to GreenHartford, Ky. R 1. H4 ville to testify. 8ys Detention Due 'To Plot. Evan8TlHe, Ind, Aug.4. That KenTax Notice. tucky "possum hunters," I have received the tax boks and are the cause Indirectly of Andrew you can pa yyour tMeJy,calltnc at Harrison's detention la 'the' county .y h, ,.', jgil Jiere oa lW charge of asuuH and the office. S. O, KEoWn, & Ov C. Battery with 'latent tok'lllMBlae be- - 52tf nation, either by words or by our actions. 3rd We further covenant and agree that we shall have a friendly contest for this nomination and leave tho decision to the voters of the Republican party, unlnflluenced by anything unfair or corrupt and that after the voters have chosen their nominee from among us that we shall get behind the nominee and help to elect said nominee. OTTO C. MARTIN CAL. P. KEOWN W. H. RILEY ANDREW THORPE CARL M. TAYLOR WORKMEN PAY BACK BILLS That Is Why War Export Orders Have So Slight an Effect on General Business. "When the big Industrial plants of the country started operations on the unprecedented orders for guns and ammunition and other war sup plies It was expected that n business Joom would bo started. With thous- ands of hands on full times and facre--'Ir- ig tories running day and night with two and three shifts of operatives, all the top wage, It was not t0 Iook for n boom. But so far It has" ,fnll9(1 ! materialize, and why? Tho answer Is easy, an Investigation In nctlve manufacturing centers will show. Tho majority of work people are paying up debts incurred to keep body and soul together during the period when tho Wilson Tariff was starving and freezing the la eases aro communicated from animals to man, but for the most part the germs which get Into drinking water and produce discaso coine only from human beings. If wo keep the wasto products from the bodies of human beings and animals away from our water supplies, wo keep tho water free from disease germs. The usual sources of farm water supplies arc wells, springs and Running stcreams are so seldom rett rom dangerous polutlon that without purification they cannot of'en l? considered safe for do mestic use. It is sometimes lmposslblo to secure pure water for drinking and cooking, and methods of purification must be ndoptcd. It should be borno In mind also that onco a safe supply Is obtained, Its purity Is Insured only Uy the continued observnnco of the principles of common sense and common cleanliness. These arc neither difficult nor expensive. cls-U?, Court Docket Special Term, 1013, Au-gu- st First Day, Monday, Aug. 2.1. B236 Com'th. vs. W. A. Owen. 5207 Com'th. vs. Gilbert Hayes. .Second Day Tuesday. 4(155 Com'th. vs. Chas. D. Fulkerson, 5229 Com'th. vs. Jerry Clark, Everett Webster, shops nm' warehouses and to revoke nil llccn to make or to sell it. Tho result was that tb .. disappeared from the i"or ','' the army became mr . '""'t'v 'hnd "Mtciulable nnd valorous. Now tho ' in destroy nil abslntho "TSJV. c Otto CTMartiii11 Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. piuotlce his profeeAlun in IhU Will and adjoining countless. Conunnial and Crlmlual Pioctice a Spoclalty. t J ChnmbrnJ, - Of dcpuil- wnnicr..t( tir0Ugh the 8i i,n9 8Ct ' Thlrty-sl- v For 25 --- Dr. King's New LK supplied In well-- r r rVK y, , -- from beebming paupers and, even Can't Afford It. and worse, starving and freezing, The other day a merchant said hf now, when business Is booming as a couldn't afford to advertise in his result of war orders, the operatives homo newspaper. If the man's view are paying their bills and keeping were not distorted, he would see that mighty little change on hand for ho couldn't afford not to advertise. sporting. Refusing to advertise Is his most exOnce tho bills are paid then we pensive extravagance. That same will see more liberal spending on the merchant will spend hours telling of part of Industrial workers, but it is "unfair" competition of the mall-ordnot likely that there will be much the houses who are his most plunging as the future Is not certain and dangerous competitors, as could be wished for. yet the methods employed by the It is some time to the fall of 1916, mall-ordhouses which succeed are but each week offers more encourage- tho very ones which the merchant as to the Tariff settlement at ment house refuses to use. The mail-ordthat time, and a quiet boom may be first at all is an ADVERTISER. Ad.expected as a result of activity on vertising is the life of its business. war orders. Every magazine that enters the . Prescription for Cough small town and rural home carries A Doctor's house. Exthe ad of the mail-orde- r An Effective Cough Treatment. one tcaspoonful of pensive catalogs are printed showing to Dr. King's New Discovery, taken as the Illustrations of tho actual articles are scattered needed, will soothe and check Coughs Occasionally sheets Colds and the more dangerous Bron broadcast over the country as a "come-on- " fo? tDfl Vargaln chial and Lung AllmeutB, You can't afford to take the risk of serious Ill- hunter. Instead of doing those things ness, when so cheap and simple a In a smalller way through the colums remedy as Dr. King's New Discovery of his local paper, the merchant is obtainable. Go to your Druggist who can't afford to advertise sits get a bottle of Dr. King's Now down and "cusses" his tough luck Discovery, start the treatment at and wonders why he can't get the once. You will be gratified for tho business. He never thinks he has a relief and cure obtained. 1 better opportunity to reach the people In Ills neighborhood titan the gi mall-ordhouse has. it doesn't Shortage of Milk Cows. Tliere has always been a shortage cost him as. much as it does the outof good cows, and present Indications sider; he can draw t,0 people to ils are that there always will be, or at store and show lnem the actual least for a long time to come. Far- article he is advertising and,, when mers as a rule are more particular they buy, can take their ho-riIn regard to the grade of oows they nn them Instead of keep than they were years ago, and having jo y for several we'eks for .tliey have to be If a profit Is to be lt- - 'Advertising Is an Investment, fa d feed and la dlould be charged to your Jicllfng derived over bor. And especially so since we h fe cosr. Figure "what percentage you to compete with more forelg ry have to pay to advertise, then base a products. These were cfyfcWidoreti tttly-'t'w- o on the campaign we'elts Yoft Can't lose. You fc few y6arg tonly4rifling things o Computation. '"ago, but today th d suction te Chang- can't afford NOT to advertise! Cening and reajres H great deal t)f tral City Argus. though Despondency Due To Indigestion. Mtlany dairymen "have discontinued "About three month ago when I talelng tWir own cows on account of indigestion which have was suffering from Belling their milk, while others caused headache and dizzy spells and Vealed their "heifer calves on account me feel tired and despondent, of the steady demand and high prltes made I began taking Chamberlain's Tabpaid for veal. These facts In time Mrs. XJeo. Hon, Macedon, created a shortage of cows, and the lets," writes medicine proved to be N. Y. "TJils prices went higher and hitfiier. Esvery thing I needed, as one day's pecially is this true qf profitable pro- the treatment relieved me greatly. I ducing cows. bottles of Chamberlain's "What most farmers are In need uesd two Tableis und they rid mo of this trouof Is a better grado of cows than can m Obtainable everywhere. bo bought out In tho open market. ble." With some care In tho breeding and Kutabnga For a Farm Crop. choosing of tho helfor calves, and of Rutabaga turnips aro extensively course proper care and feeding In grown for a farm crop. Thejoots developing the calves to maturity, nro close grained, very hard and will there Is no question but that a bet- enduro a considerable degree of cokl ter grado of cows can be raised than without Injury. Sow from tho 20th can bo obtained by any other meth- of Juno to tho middle of July, in ods. Farm Life. drills 2 feet apart, and thin out to 8 inch os. Tho land should be plowed level, FOR FLETCrrER'S harrowed crosswise and lengthwise, so 88 to get it into fine tilth. Then feet apart; plow shallow furrows 2 GoodWuter For Farm Homes. in those furrows spread tho manure Clear, sparkling water la not al- or fertilizer. ways pure water. A refreshing In using a drill to sow tho seed draught from "the old oaken bucket" It should be adjusted not to sow less may be the beginlng of a long and than 3 pounds to tho acre, If in rows possible fatal Illness from typhoid as above. fever, dysentery, cholera or other Farm For Sale. diseases. About 5C acres 3 miles East of The subject of pur water supplies for drinking and cooking purpose Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell is discussed In a bulletin Just issued road, IVs miles from pike. Four by tno United States Public health room cottage in good repair. Everservice under the title "Good Water lasting water at residence. Two barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of lor Farm Homes." water-born- o peaches and apples. All hill land, The germs of tho diseases come fropt the bodies but In very good condition. Possesof persons affiictod with those dis- sion any time. Terms reasonable. BARNETT & BON, eases. They do not livo long out- Apply to Republican Office, do not originate side the body and BaTHora.'Ky. tpontaneously in nature. A few dis 23tf er er er One-fourth to-da- y, ''extended credit and kept coated wltlto One pill witn a glass rfffin; "Ifefotv. retiring is an average boring class iTOb'u. 'EivJ and pleasant to take. rBut for the kindness of .att,8sS3r-- Kffectivb and positive in rcsuus. these same dheap and economical to use. Get a chants In iWtYnfc't'rla'l ce'rf- take a dose ters we naro iot s.fcy VhWl Svduld bottle have he opened us a Result of the your Constipation will be relieved in 30 for 25c., at 'all tho morning. ir taTlff. 'These merchants " 1 Druggists. families 'H fitVJfur containing pills, for of v 3 ' 'Cft glass bottles, Ws are now " to-da- y, ht of $3,000,000 to WtVy Mq'uof dealers for the absinthe Leslie Craig, Vfrat Ws fcolzFd nnd destroyed, nnd Wayne Splnks, HOTELorAMERicAN IDEALS' 1 ' ;nlso 't6 IVUlc lor tho taxes the deal- Clarence Inards . ur nun iiiuis iSIWoort Lee. 'In a" city whin good hottll NotMng inlrcr could bo conceived: bound, thPowhtUn httdi th Bird Leo, "tiles men hnd been allowed, by law, Int. w Cllflflno T oa . y., ..w It It firit lnJht"hertt.oi Hi to Tignige in the business, pernicious countrymtn, . Harvey Plumm a lt wns, nnd now the law steps In '' f J o 6'io thnt hey hnvo Guy Chlnn. fair play In the (11 evening up of accounts. .iQtendhBt Tl.l-- .l Nothing Is to bo done to set the ' Wednesday. r.oni n ,Hh. vs. Jesso 'FulkcltVin, dealers up In new business. They wcro trafficking In a commodity that Jim HendriJC, Jn, wns n public evil and calamity, but v "Robert Greei, tho authorities had permitted the Fred Landrurit. 1 The Towtfatiti ii rtfincil, ex. traffic, therefore tho government recFred l.andrum, cluiive, and rtitful. Its excel ognized Its personal responsibility In lent location on IVnnsylrania Frank Bellow, Avenue, 18th and II blrcets, .? . s tho matter, and felt bound to pay for malcct it a iltiirable headquar Estill McConncll, ten for bridal couples, toutitt what It destroyed. Robert Swain, ; partici, conventions, Schools and , collcccs. It is nil the more creditable to Sam Robertson, The rowhatan attracts ,the France that she docs not watt until Clarence Durall, feople of culture and education. to Slate, War and nfter tho war to adjust her account 'Tlufrnian Keown. Navv Department,, olio lo many with these dealers. Tho $3,000,000 points of historical (10 defendants) interest, 'makes this hotel especially atappropriated is n large sum for times "Fourth Day Thursday. tractive to a discriminating pubof peace, and to pay It while war is lic. 204 Com'th vs. Frank Allen, The Powhatan oflers room draining every financial chnnnel J. L. Smith with detached bath at $1.10, shows a fine sense of Justice and n 32.00 and up. Rooms with priB. Swain, J. vate bath, $2.S0, $3.00 and up. keen appreciation of n financial obliJohnson Heflin, Write for booklet with mjp, gation. Henry Addlngton, V CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. France has broken the absinthe Manager. Marvin Everly, 6 bottle and cast the shreds into the , Clarence Morris, scrap heap. This much good, at Jim Morris, 'ii'iiiHitihiH'i.iqitei. least, the war has done her. David Oldham, Jr., Lafe Myers, SPECIAL Frank Tlchenor, Marlon' Balls, I Tho most economical, cleansing nnt germicidal of nil antiseptics Is Wilbur Faught, For Infants and Children Herman Render, In Use For Over '" Claude Allen, Years Charley Overton, Always bears tI the Everett Tlchenor, Signature of Orville Williams, A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Gilbert Wright, . n9,i0 WflrObriaUoil ntfi 1 - aJ Barnes Mtro. &, & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith , W. II, DiiriKfl and C. B. Smith annontioe that Uwy havo iorm-- a ikartiU'trUlp for 'Clio g'Uteral prtu tlce tit law, vxctipt crlmlual uud dlvor cisos, .Mr. tSmltti btilng County Attor-tw- y is provciilod fritm jiractlciiigsuclt ccasos.' Mr. BiriKv? will iunVIviduolly-aociMi-t lo OlXloia 6Udi practtoa llarc-for- d, Hartford Republican building, K- - T. WAIlKhTIIATTO.N CruiiiHi'll, K.r. OTTOO. MAKT1N lliirtlnnl, Ky. . STRATT0N& MARTIN. Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession in tlilf djoluing counties. Collections. Coinniurclal und Criminal l'ractlce ui c. Specialty. Prompt vigorous- ultd service. Notary in office. and i ?CT;s.w -- , Ste v.uiHam pirrNr THAT ML .lirilllirnill4oruukU:x, at rur 1VIIM aihll.ll,lSuO tO ,UiTU. 5nd nwlrl. litirrt!irlrh for rnCE on SO miV lrartlm. SURlntoUlllr. PASSING tircr;cNCt3. rurimuiu. n1 TRDCMAnKS nil cvm.lrir, rno l.u. CASTOR 30 , A TO WOMEN rrnill7 cUxllMj rtrl ) on I r..r.iI.U- - B03-S0- B Estill Fulkerson, Finis Igleheart, jv . WASHINGTON. D. C. rlr Ht l!l lo Sovonth Strsat Alva Chancellor, be dissolved in water as needed. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches treating catarrh, inflammation or ulceration of nose, throat, and that caused by feminine Ills it has no equal. For ten years the Lydia E. Plnkham Medicine Co. has recommenced Paxtino In their prirato correspondence with women, which proveB its superiority. Women who have been cured say it is "worth Its weight la gold." At druggists. 50c. large btix, or by mall. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Alass. In Noah Le.e Wlthrow. (22 defendants) 5235 Com'th. vs. Murray Maddox. Fifth Day Friday. 5200 Com'th. vs. Tom Williams, Elvis Williams, ' Henry Stearsman. (3 defendants) Seventh Day Monday. 5230 Com'th. vs. Claude Allen, -- rr" Lafe Crowley, . ,J (2 defendants) tSlghlli iky tuenlay: 6220 Com'th. vs. John Durham; Sr. John Alexander, John Durham, Jr., ",. Doctor's Office and Dwelling for Sale. Wo have listed for sale two acres good ground containing doctor's office, dwelling, all necessary 2 wells water, 1 cistern and ordbard. Splendid locati&n for physioian. None within a radius ol Easy terms to rlgh five miles. party. Call on, or address BARNETT & SON, Agts., 34tf Hartford. Ky. The Collier's National Weekly CollierS First Time la ciub. Until this year andehatcsccured' Planters House Operated by Under New Management Directory Ctllur't has been told at $5.50. Not the price is $2.50. a concession wht re- by vie ran often it Clarenc'eMorris, "Urn MrrirVTa. ...w. . Drt-Vednar- -- -i- V - A'lntli ..q.'fefdank) vs. ''Jesse Fulkers.ogi, -! .. , , if W. .',Planters Hotel Company T. QUISENDERRY. &231 Com'Vn. or Cjiarlos FulkeKon, Kstlll Fulkefton, Charles ttiHt, Ross Whltlcr, Ofscltr Bowen, Rates 91.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Meals 25 Cents. Vt bay f tey pur-sha- ce 0 high-price- Children Cry O ASTORIA "5L Robert Swain, "iletsley Rov?e, Mike Wydlck, OWENSBORO.KY. George Hunter, t Delly Slngletou. (11 defendants) Tenth Day Thursday. , 5208 Com'th. vs. Bruno Frey. 5209 Com'th. vs. Bruno Frey. 5210 Com'th. vs. Bruno Frey. 5211 Com'th. vs. Bruno Frey. 5212 Com'th. vs. Bruno Frey. Succeed when everythiur; els? falls. Eleventh Day Friday. In nervous prostration and female 7308 A. P. Kelly, et at., vs. Sam weaknesses they are the supreme , Neal, ot al. remedy, &3 thousands have testified. 7498 Finley Carter, et al., vs On MoFOP KIDNEYJ.IVEHAND, tion for Ditch. STOPACH TROUBLE lt is the best medicine ever sold L 747C C. R. Rhoads, et al., Vs. On Moover a druggists counter. tion for DKch. nss, 51CG Susan McCarty, et al., vs. A. I Kelly, et ul. . YOU Tlso Clerk Gunwmteed It, "A customer cwne Into my store the other dny and said to one of my clerks, "have you anything that will cure diarrhoea?" and my clerk Wont and got him a bottle of ChamberTreatment lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea for WEAK Remedy, and said to him, "if this LUNGS or iinna nnt cure vou. I will not charge you a cent for It So ho took It homo ( CONSUMPTION nmi PRino back In a day or two anu i you said ho was cured," writes J. H. Ber- - If vou mention thispaperwe will send ry A Co., Salt'Crotfk, Yt, 'Obtainable everywhere. n chest, night sweats, hemonhagas, weak Kings or consumption. UJHLHHL5!? 'Frunco 'Mr Absinthe. fiuin UCninAL CO ... -- w.. vuunn, . .,,. ,a- Vmlka n !... . WI1UU ivuoain duui u country sliops she virtually made tho OVEft 05 YCARS' dry, since that is tho drink of the exPEnicNCE people. But Franco was not so drastic in her rule. She took away absinthe, hut she left the people the wiuo to which they'have always been accustomed. The wine drinkers wero not drunkTradc Marks ards, incapacitated for labor or fight. DCSICNS Copyrights Ac. destroying effects of the But the Anyone tending a sketch nnd description tost abslntho had long aulcklr ascertain our rntV'"lnjl, Communlca. oidnlon frea whether an deplored. War lureiKlon Is probnbly lions strlctijcoiiUileiitfiil. HANDUOOK onl'atcuu been watched and tent friM. OMost aitcucr (or recuriii patents. 1'aleuta taseu tbmueli Muim A condltlbns gave the government the tKtialnotlct, without ebsreo, lu tua Co. recelr desired excuse for prcemptory or ders for tho cessation of its use. Tho A handsome arllhiitratedweeilr. a'rniy' 6n the flrliig line must bo kept Cljiaiion or mnj ecir.,ui j.itiii, MraeStWr. sima.-tear i lout aaonltt, Ik Sold IJrftll nawadealert. always at the top notch of ettlcency, and tho military orders went bo far as to empower Authorities to seize atad Best In the city for the money. Special attention to the traveling public. Bitter Sect lie WILL TAKE OUR FREE aalW 5 HPm fr TSSSS ..! Ijjjnjra ' at a still further . Ctrc'iilt Court T. F. Blrkhead, reduction ia. conJudge; "Ben D. ltttigo. Attorney; W. nection nith this i P. Midkiff, Jailer; E. O. Barrass. publication; Clerk; E. E. "Blrkncad, Master m 'R. T. Collins, TrusUf Special Offer to Our Readers; Jury Fund;. S. O. Keown, Sheriff. Deputies S. A. Bratchcr; Hartford. Uecocniime the Rreii demand (or CollUr't at office tftputlcs Mrs. S. O. Keown at lac new price, weliavemaJe arranccmrnHto Gllmtlro Keown. Court convenes first liter it aml'our own publication each one year "ffor the price of CoMirr'salone. This is a limited? MohUay In February and continues tfler and mutt be taken advantaceot promptly. three weeks; third .Monday In April, two weeks; third Monday in October, What, You Gel jm Collier- two weeks. CMrr'i is the one bic. independent, fearless County Court John B. Wilson, weekly ol the whole country. Not only is it the. Judge; W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk; I Cood citiien't handbook hut it is also the C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. mauuine for the whale family. Amont arc, thincs that a year's subtcripticn cues Court convenes first Monday in each month. 1000 Editorial,. 600 News rbotoa Quarterly Court Begins on the 250 Short Article first .Monday in every month. ISO Sk.rt Sloclc 100 llluitrated Teaturet Court of Calms Convenes first 2 Complete NotcIs Tuesday In January and first TuesBell for oafy day In October. $2.50. Collier's Other County Officers C. S. Mox-loKy Surveyor, Fordsville, It. Hartford Republican F. D. No. 2; Tom Hlnes, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Ozna SuulLs, Superintendent, Hartford; l)r. A. B. Itlley, Ceroner, Hartford; T. H. Benton, ltoad Englucer, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after 3d Monday In March, Tuesday after 3d Monday In June, Tuesday after 3d Monday In September, Tuesday after 3d Monday in December. . L. A. McDanlel, Rockport, Frlda MeCALL PATTERttS Uw style, slmplloitjr and after 3d Monday In March, Friday k Celebrated nearly 49 perfect fit,Sold In nearly years. fellsbllitjt after 3d MonUay in Juno, Friday A very city and town In tl'e United btates ana direct. sold than after 3d Monday In September, rP Canada, or by mailSend lor Mom catalogue. any other make. lire Friday after 3d Monday In DeMeCALL'S MAGAZINE cember. llore subscribers than any othes fashion' S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday snagaaiae-mUhoa morlth. Invaluable. Latest styles, patterns, drrssmaklne, nilllioery, after 3d Monday in March,, Wedplain sewing, fancy noedlenoik.fialrdrrssing, nesday after 3d Monday in Juno, ctbyiette, rood stories, etc. Only 50 cents Wodnesday after 3d Moifday in (worth double), including a free paKesn. SukscritSe tuday, or send fur sample copy. Wednesday after 3d Mon WONDCKFVI. INDUCEMENTS w day lu December. brings cents. K. C. Ticbitoor. Centertown, Sat- t a to A new cashPostal offers. premium catalogue and Address ptlie urday after 3rd Monday in each f mccux co- -. u u m. nua st. Hi mi toe month. J.nfiavtw Winson Smith, Select, Tuesday after 3d Monday In March, Tuesday after 3d Monday In May, Tuesday jn rue after 3d Monday lu August. Tucs- Iday after 2d Monday In November. w. S. Dean, Dundee, w after tho second Monday In Wednesday after 'M Monday March, in May, Wednesday after 3d Monday In August, Wednesday after 2d Monday In Novomber. Ben F. RUe, Fortdsvllle, Taosday after 2d Monday In Marcn, Thursday after 2d Monday In May, ThursAND AU THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. day after 2d Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday In NoaUAKAKTB ED SAXISFAOXOSI vomber. OR MONEY. REFUNDED. Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday after 2d Monday in March, Friday after y. $2.50 W J w83m r, I KILLTHE&OSliCtfl ?IINnRBT miat: Wtod-ndsd- Dr. King's New Discovery F0RC8l!?HTOi?a. 2d Monday slow-poisoni- scientific iitttericatu Monday in August, Friday after 2d Monday in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Fogle, City Attorney; J, P. Stevens, sROCURt6VNDBEl;t,rlOt0.1''d'del, Marshal; Court convenes secomd MononswioK uriuivtatur eit-- t mstUi aud rrvereiM.rt. ft advice, how la uuaiapunt4 tiadauaJAa,! I day In each month. eopiribU,lO,,N ALL' COUNTRIES. Buthuu-'dlrte- t City Council J. C. Her, Mayor; R. vUkWa)kujli)9tnvtt tmt T. Collins, Clork; J. E. Boan, TreasPttMt and InfriitgMttnt'Pnctlca. Exclusively. urer. Membcra of Council J, C. BenWrite or coma to us at nett. Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate, Hf kta Stnal, Bar UaJM IUsm atat Otloa, . WSrtNgTOri, D. C. W. H. Gillespie, W. II. Barnes, C. M. KTU . , in Mby, Friday after 3d SBSttmm Hartford Board Education 7. jfo Ch'm'n.; C. M. Barnett, Sec; E. W. Ford, Trea; ft. T. Col lins, J. V. DUK, B. Carson, J MINING CAN BE Children Cry for Fletcher's MADE SAFER permissible explosives are crxcluclre-l- y used, and tho ventilation at the working places, at tho face, is care- fully maintained." iJESffladl Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always Bonglit, nnd whirl, 1ms been la uso for over ao yenrs, lias borne tho sljjnnturo of n,ltl ,ms ",ccu im1o wmlcr Ills pcr- STV B..,.,nl M'PcvliiIoii ulnco 1(8 infancy. A.1!mv ,1G ono todccolvo yimlii tli!3. amT Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Lxporlments that trlllo with nnd"cndaiiKcr tho " nro but lualth of Jufauts and Children Expcrlcnco ngalnst Lixncriiiicut. Mr. Rico continues In his report a series of "Hock dust barriers" as a means of stopping exploIf Proper Precautions are taken sions that have started. These bar- rlers consist of shelves filled with By Ownstono dust nnd placed at certain ! HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up m Despair. Came had gotten so weak 1 could not i and 1 gave up In despair. I Cj!yH2rtfb, vlr.. Ju.it-u.s-iro- od Genuine m ITHOS. E. MOSS Plasterer. Decorator and Contractor. mado by George S. Hlco, chief engineer of tho bureau In a report mado Is a harmless snhstitiito forCnstor Oil, Pnro-Borl- c, public. today. Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. Mr. Hlco goes farther and declares contains neither Opium, Morphine nor oilier Narcotic that mlno explosions can bo considMibstancc. Its ngo is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms ered "acts of God" for which no ono nnd allays Feverlshncss. For moro than thirty years It Ho says that mlno lias been In constant u:,o for tho relief of Constipation, Is responsible. Ilatnleney, Wind Coll , all Tccthlnjr Troubles and managements are not UBlng tho Diarrhea. It regulates tho Stomaeli nnd Dowels, means that aro at hand to prevent iir,s,lli!!'!8 lho Fo,M, MnK iM'nlthy and natural sleep. exexplosions, especially coaldust Tho Children's PnuuccuTlio Mother's Friend. plosions. "Despite all that has been said and written during recent years I about tho proventlon of explosions, "says Mr. lllcc, "It must bo admitted has the Signature of that unsatisfactory progress made in this country in lessenbeen ing tho number of dust explosions. Out of 100 typical mines examined In one stato, only fifteen were taking any precautions, and in only a few of these was there enough systematic humlnlfylng or watering to glvo a reasonable assurance that the coal dust, always present In a coal Kind You mine, was rendered nonlgnltablc. THIOtNTAUn COMPANY, Him VOMK CITV. "Porhaps the reason better protection Is not sought In bituminous mines In general is that dust Is everywhere and Us presence and danger are frequently forgotten. The risk of an explosion seems to a mining man llko the chance of being struck by lightening, yet the chances are greater than that, as Indicated by the toll of mine explosions in this No Money codiitry, which has varied In recent lAdvance years from 400 to 1,000 deaths per Satinfae-Mo- b annum. Guar "No better Illustration of the adanteed LowoHtNet vantage of arefulifess can bo found Fa o t ory than in th tunes of Belgium. In PriooH those mlnas F.rcat Instaneous outKaa Lent TorinnV A bursts of Inflamnable gas from the 9aff2tKMAB79rsMl Snvi u ot M w .measures into the mlno workings S lOO to ere irequem. i.t MUUi'es smothering S2U0Facyears " From lho 'lien, yet for "i0 ,ast P. A STARCK tory Direct RKSIDKNT explosions of any magnitude have occured through Ignition of the gas, though proir to 1S93, when less precautions had been taken there had Wo will ship ou a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' freo trial. In your been many great disasters. No cnnli payment required. All we ask Is that you will pluy upon, uso test this nlnno for 30 dajn. If. at the end of thut time, you do not find It the "Tho adopted preventative meashluhest crntlc. sweetest toned and finest nlnno In every way. that you have ever ures Is largely In the hands of operseen for the money, you are at penect liber y to send It back, nnd wo will. In that eent, pay the freight both wujs. This Sturck Piano must make Kood wltb you, ators, but In the carrying out of the or there Is no sale. provisions every mlno employe in Easy Paymants Sava $150.00 ar Mara concerned. You pay nu rash down, but after 30 days k,Wt ship direct to jou from our factory, it of trial, jou can begin payment on the low. "Without open flame of some sort jttlcca that tare jou upwards of $150 00 In the eat, easiest terms cur suggested by a piano roit of jour piano, we ruirrantn to furnish there would be no mine explosions. you a better piano for the money than you can manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your comrnlcnce, and it la possible for secure clsewlitre. You are assured of reciting explosions as recomPermissible i tatUfactory sweet toned durable high gndt you to try a piano for your home, without . . mended by the bureau for the use minlrir tin rirniey. piano. alarm mines produce some In gaseous fi:zrnnfi Mayar-MaHi" -- Hand largaina name, but their flame Is so small and Errrr Btsrck Piano l are Starck W hare constantly on hand guaranteed for 5 years. the lint and tnmt beautiits duration Is so brief that If proThis uarante bu back s fanre number if sllirhtl? uad ful Player Pianos on ins perly used they will not ignite gas of it our Si years of piano and aecond hand pianos of alt market. You will be 'den experience, and the standard makes taken in exlighted with the many exor dust; and it they were employed change for new Starck PInos of an old established clusive features ot these The follow-inmponilble piano house. and wonderful Instruments, and throughout the coal mines to the exare a few sample bargains! will be pleased with the clusion of black powder, dynamite, 50 Fraa Musla Weber $110 00 very low prices at which tney can te accural. and other explosions of a character 92.00 Stelnway Lmans Plana laek Fraa Chickering 00.03 dangerous to use In coalmining, it To escry purchaser of Send today for our new Starck l'lanoa, c ghe free 95.00 Kimball is believed by bureau engineers that piano In one of mualc 195.00 beautifully Illustrated you Starck Iwok which arires the best known schools In of tho explosions nearly one-halsrge smount ot Informs Chicago. These lessons you Send for our latest complete lion regarding pianos. This can take la your own home, would be prevented. bargain Hat. book will interest and by mall. This represents "If safety lamps or permissible please you. Write today. one year's free Instruction. 1313 Starok Bid.. CHICAGO electric lamps were used, even In P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. nongaseous mines, It Is thought d of all the exploover that country would be presions In this vented. engi"It Is observed by the field unextho bureau that the neers of 3l pected presenco ot gas Is a most ImL nS portant factor in the starting ot IL&msJSll ussrs? ,inn oYsiinslons. In many so called i. i vmns&lMU nongaseous mines, gas Issued In small ESflgaajE feeders at tho face in some pari ui aaaBlaaHUUlaV iiiaU r tt K ilJ the mlno. as a matter ot dally occur.JP "J"- - 1lBS. SsBaPtV ence, yet open lights used In such a mine. This Is particularly a source ! . Th Great Shin "SEEANDBEE" m of danger In those Alabama and Slocp!n aeeanmaJa-CITws.tw of the world. Thi IsrRMt and r.iot ro.Ur steamer on lay bland Ks Oklahoma mines In which much "CITY OF BUfFALO" Stesmew Ml 3 OF ERIE" Also there are flro damp Is found. & moro than doubtless many mines, C CLEVELAND Daay, May let to Dec half of tho mines in tho United gas States, In which small bodies of and Canadian polrts. nailroad tick. Ka'ls for mvi.1 for ;.i;i...ri..i nfr.i tml nil llaatorn tnssiurtAtkin on our stwmers. Aak VJ5K?!W. aro occasionally reported, yet these & II. lVnc. joyt tlcki t ntc-i- t for llel.u vli C. of 'lh Uroot colored .actional puslla chart, slowl- - J I: l e .terlor jn Ccaut mines aro rated as nongaseous and Alto art Khlr. SHllANDBEL" suit on rueelpt of Ai a cents t j cover pottage and tuiUnil. plctorlil il OXKTimi.f wmiciir. open lights aro freely used, despite foror TUB rlEVCLAND A UUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cltrtltad, Ohio U the fact that a considerable propornr AZaaae. tion ot tho explosions vhavo occured igniIn Just such mines through the of a pocket ot gas by longflame tion explosives or by an open light. n "Comparatively few of the coal frankly mines of tho country are acknowledged to be gaseous, and singularly enough, since the bureau's work wip Inagurated in 1908, only a single explosion disaster has occured in a mine In which safety lamps were being used prior to an explosion. "Tho reason for greater Immunity Lifetime experience with ;best of workmen, and can ; from explosions in mines are ord.considered danjerous because give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford . ! inarypresence of firedamp Is that the greater care is taken In all respects. Mill Co., 'phoae, or address me at Hartford, Ky. Vigilance la not relaxed, open lights and the use of matches Is forbidden, WhatJsjCASTORIA Cnsforia that the forco ot tho explosion will ralso the stono dust Into a cloud Washington, Aug. G. That wide- and thero Is nothing In tho stone dust to burn. Mr. nice, who refers e explosions with spread to these devices as secondary safe' their large loss of life can be pre- guards, has already tried them out of with 8UCCCS8S in tho bureau's exper vented If tho recommendations tho Ilurcau of Mines are used and If imental mlno, and they have been care is taken nt all times by every-on- o patented for the benefit of the minIn tho mine Is tho assertion ing public. coal-min- ers. points In the mine. Tho Idea Is After Foot Years of Discooragisg Husband to Rescue. At last, my husband got me a bottle at Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I coaa menced taking it. From the very first dose, can could tell it was helping me. f now walk two miles without Ha 1 Catron, Ky. - at a, from this place, Mrs. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing ali ;: work." If you arc all run down from wornaaJ-- r Bettie Bullock 1'iirin 150 For Stlo. It CASTOR A always Acres on Hartford and Itockpor road, 1 2 miles from llroadway and 2 miles from Rockport. Schoolhouso on ddgp of farm and church near. Three roads pass dwelling house which is on Hartford R. P. D. No. t- Most ot land perfectly level. Any on s desiring to purcliaso farm will do wOll to Investigate. Price reasonable. Apply for further information to BARNETT & SON, Ag0nts. Kept Busy. "I supposu that with Jinks It was a case of marry In haste and repent at leisure." "Not exactly. Ills principal complaint appears to be that he has no leisure." Buffalo Express. Deep Tilling. writes as follows : "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's Ionic. It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and shotrial At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist haa sold Cardui for years. He !ziows what in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomall. fiBr yJr3ears ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. soon confined to my bed again. After Advlsory.Dept., Chattanooja. Tenn.. for ffrrrfisW Inttructtons book, that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Trettaoent for en your case and laln wrapper. Hau Women." saint in lm' Wm&CB&amaatPgg)0iitm'!gi xxvMx!,.vmmmwzm In Use For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought The Starck Pianos sii 8i Farmers aro frequently urged to purchase a machine for plowing to a depth of 12 to 15 inches. There Is little doubt that under certain conditions of soil and climate such plowing would be beneficial, but the results obtained by the experiment g station in this state with the machine on the common prairie soil of the corn belt do not warrant recommending Its purchase. Experiments have been started also on gray silt loam on tight clay, In Southern Illinois, to determine the comparative value of ordinary plowing, deep tilling (plowing 12 to 15 inches deep), and dynamiting the subsoil. Only one year's results deep-tillinsub-soilin- g, n -- ; full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, will make TfieYOUTffS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone in the home. 1 here is no aee limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION have been secured, and no conclur, sions are as yet justified. J. G. Chief In Soil Physics, and A. P. Gustafson, Associate In Soil Physics. Mo-sleMc-Hen- ry 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL 'LZl For Sale Clieup. We have a 2 aero lot near let ua tend you Three Current Issues FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year and Simmons mines to offer at request. not 12. a bargojfo.";--A- - good two 1C foot room Those who subscribe now, sending S2 house, barn smoko house and good for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 1915, will receire The Companion well of water. Ono half mile of get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. magazines. church and school house. Would make a fine poultry farm. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE' For terms call on or address. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOOT BARNETT & SON, ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. 4Stl Hartford, Ky. s) OK-Y- ca i Player-Pian- o I repu-tatlo- i Player-PIano- ' River. A subterranean rlv In the Island of Palawan, one ot the Philippines, has been explored and surveyed by two offlcera of the United States coast and geodetic survey, and is described in a report ot that service. The river is nat Igable for a small boat for about two and a half miles from Its mouth, the tunnel through which It passes widening In places Into large chain bera containing- - beautiful stalactite. filllpplno 8ubterrnean OUR CLUBBING RATES. Republican and Louisville Herald fl.3C 1.75 lf second-han- ed one-thir- FARE $322 JtiUy feDAILY BETWEEN wry S3 tLEVtl ANU yr a The The The The The IN SUCH PAIN The WOMAN CRIED The The Suffered EverythingUntil Re The stored to Health by Lydia The E. Pinkham'n VegetaThe ble Compound. ' Reptblican and St. Louis ro Globe-Democr- at Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 Republican and Inquirer 1.7Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.10 3.50 .republican una Daily uwensooro inquirer Republican and k O'boro Messenger 1.7 Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.7S Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Twice-a-Wee- - Florence, So. Dakota. "I used to bo very sick every month with bearing i Address all orders to K2JK35BV.i252C "i .. '2j lst-BUFFALO l, jfaiii.I' s ': down pains and backache, and had THE REPUBLICAN. TSsWluhS I fi-- rsi I deal of the time and very little appetite. Tho pains wero so THE bad that I used to satf ?" ' SEWING ' Bit right down on tho V JT' floor nnd cry, be MACHKNI OF cause it hurt me so QUALITY.! and I could not do any work at those times. An old wo man advised me to try Lydia E. Knk-ham- 's NOT Vegetable Compound and I got a SOLD rftla I Talf haitats Vtn novt vtnn on UNDER I took three more bottles of it and got ANY well so I could work all the time. I OTHER hope every woman who suffers like I did NAME. will frv T.vriin V. Plnkhntn'n VpirtViln Compound." Mrs. P.W.IiANSENO, Box WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. 8, Allyn, Wash. If you purchase the NKV HOMK you will Why will women continue to suffer day have a life asset at the price you pay, nnd will in and day out or drag out a sickly, halfnot have an endless chain of repairs. three-fourthearted oxlstence.misaing of (he joy of living, when they can And Quality health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable headache a good MM NEW USE LI V-VER-- HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Fcehricht all the time. Don't lay off from worts for days by taking calomel keeps yor when pleasant LXv Vtr-La- x on your feet, while relieving your trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take anything else. You can't afford sysit Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nattem and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It will won't be long before completely displace calomel in evert home. Children can take it freely anl with perfect safety. Every bottle guarin bottles. None anteed. 60c and genuine without the likeness and sisaa lure of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. . Compound? , jpflf ESSgf For thirty yean it has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has restored the health of thousands of women who have been troubled with such ailments aa displacements, inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc. If yen want special atlTlce write to l) Lydia E. Piakaaa MedlcUe Co. (confl-deatla- L JLlfflCo,waM4 kit the Cheapest the tad to tuy. (or IfnJl BaiaBsW T- MtHsfW be opeaes, woaua aati Lma, Hum. Tear letter will nasi tad answered by a If you want a sowing machine, write aar latest catalogue before you purchase. -j Nt How Sawn. Kacttw Co., Oranjp, Mas. F'n kflt la atrict coaldeace. U lit, pains In trw luirk a food raatasla" Autl-rulMlli-a-' PilU. u He is out. KILLS HIS What would a roto for him haro ' meant? Actually k might have come noar-c- r OWN SON-IN-LA- W meaning harmony than anything on the cards. As It Is, vote for McDermott or McVictim Is Said to Have Beaten Chesney or Stanley or go fishing. It will make no sort of difference. His Wife No Witnesses to You are voting for defeat In No d vember, gentlemen, defeat Tragedy. Louisville and Herald. 3. Ky., August Mt. Vernon, that ho had With the statement For Sale-- Cheap. Wo havo a 2 aero lot near Mc Wiled his son-l- n law, William Shear, Station, Henry nnd Simmons mines to offer at n blacksmith at Hummel four miles from this place, this a bargain. A good two 16 foot room morning, Squiro Abney surrendered house, barn smoke house and good to the authorities here this after- well of water. One half mile of noon, nnd after he hnd made a church and school house. Would statement of the alleged facts in make a fine poultry farm. the case he was released on bond For terms call on or address. pending the action of the coroner's BAKNETT & SON, Jury. Hartford, Ky. 4Stt Acordlng to Abney'a statement, while on his way to this place to liclglnns Give Us Lesson. take an oath as deputy sheriff at Belgian refugees who have found the primary election, he stopped at work on North Carolina farms have Shenr's home at Hummel. He says made the native Inhabitants take no he found Mrs. Shear, his daughter, tice by raising valuable food crops in was weeping, and In explanation from seventy to eighty days. It has told that her husband had given been justly said of Belgian agrlcul her a beating. According to Ab- ture that it Is gardening on a large ney, he proceeded to the shop of his scale. It utilizes every inch of avail and found him at the able soil, every ray of sunshine, and forge with a red hot piece of iron every drop of water, or as near that in his hand. He accosted Shear, he system of completeness as possible, says, demanding why he had mis- Like other Americans the North Car treated his daughter. For an an- olinians have rested easy In their swer Shear Is said to have flung a possession of a land of plenty, even in the when file at Abney, hitting him the farming Is of a thought head. According to Abney, Shear less, halfway sort. They have no followed this up with an attack conception of how a market gardner iron, burning and in the suburbs of Paris can afford with the red-hbruising his left arm. Abney says to pay a thousand dollars a year rent he fell to the ground, and while for a single acre of land, and yet prone on his back pulled his pistol make a satisfactory profit. But Beland fired, killing Shear instantly. gians know. So far as Is known, there were no American are giving increased atwitnesses to the killing of Shear. farming in all tention Its branches, and If Belgians find it Riding For A Fall. necessary tp leave their own counThe harangue of the stumper, says try, a region they have developed to tho Courier Journal, is calculated such a high degree, their services in planned deliberately to get votes. any of our forty-eigstates will be Never was truer word. Never was in active demand.They have the skill its application' nearer at home or its to make two or more blades of by the grass grow where but one grows value better illustrated-tha- n exhibition of A. O. Stanley at the Ma- now, and that means nothing less sonic Theater, Monday night. than a doubling of production. What It was quite in his best style. And the Belgians and French accomplish hta best style Is very near his in gardening the Danes are doing in worst. dairying and choice pork growing. It (I'd not prove very much as to Fortunately, the war has not drawn tliope vital Issues he was advertised them into its horrible vortex. Globe to get busy with. But it did prove that Democrat. he lacks overy qualdy that the Governor's position requires, while he possesses some that disqualify him. Toise, temper, discretion, urbanity these the Governors of tho State have rarely been without. Executive ability and a grasp of iffairs these -- OF have rometimes been their portion. We oo not find them in die demagog wr.cs-efforts to split the Democrsi.'.c party j.t the 0110 enjoyable feature of jiis i erformance. 'i'Ms by tho way. well-earned. son-in-la- w ot ht LATEST WAR NEWS evacuated. t, Surtrlsed we are not' scandalize! wo cannot be. There Is about the whole campaign a disgraceful insinserlty and cheapness. These men are fighting masked. They do not expect one-lu.- lf of what they say to be believed and much less than that of what they print. They put up bogey men to knock them down. They pose as saviors of a State which they and theirs have been hounding to perdl- fiscally us well us from the standpoint of law and order for years past. If Kentucky ranks near the bot tom In education; In sanitation, in enterprise; in capital Invested and security for that property; if her system of taxation is punitive, of representation a gerrymander, of election unfair, If her laws are flagrantly disregarded; if she makes a fetish of disorder; if her legislators are on the bargain counter and her grand Juries support tho lawbreaker, whose fault Is It unless that of a Democracy that learn nothing and forgets nothing? Whose fuult if not of a nomocracy unterrified because it has not sense enough to see its finish? The family ruckus that nauseates so many and so regularly loses votes moro nor less man a is uuuiiug scramble for tho olllces. Not infrequently it arises in an attempt to swap off one set against another. If, by any chance, It were a fight for principles or progress; for cleanliness or decency, whoever should bo foolish enough to champion such outworn platitudes would "get his." A vote for Stanley Is a vote for Prohibition, shrieks the Post. Stuff and nonsense. Vote for Stanley or double your taxes, apeals that worthy himself. Stuff and nonsense Wo know of no man less likely to cut tho State's burdens in two. Vote for McDermott, and run blindfold into an open grave, warns Mr, Wntterson in another spasm of emotional insanity. And there Is brother McChesney, from the Haly stablo groomed to a finish, a dangerous customer It one may believe bla backers. Col. Bos'worth solves the doubts., A vote for Wallace a vote for a winner. his name on the Primary Ballot auj vote for For State Treasurer las. Tho Dardanelles. In tho fighting on the Galllpoll Peninsula tho Australian and New Zealand troops atMonday. RiihsIa. Tho Russian War Minis- tacked nnd captured a network of ter, speaking at tho opening session Turkish trenches, which give them of Duma, made what will probably tho crest of a hill which materially be looked upon as an official an- improves the Allied position. The nouncement that Warsaw will be Turks report that an allied attack near Arl Burnu wns put down with given up. He admitted that tho wcro enveloping tho ter- heavy casualties. ritory and military districts of the Italy. Bad weather Is hindering Polish capitnl, and declared: "We Austro-Italla- n perhaps yield to the enemy a tho operations on tho shall fronts. Unofficial Italian ndvices are portion of this region, falling back on For Governor. For Superintendent of Public In. to the effect that the Italians continue e positions where our army will structlon. to make progress near Rovcreto, In for a resumption of the offenf, Mclaughlin. tho Arsa Valley and on tho Carso perhaps give sive. Wo shall It. P. GREEN. plateau. In tho Carso regiment It up Wursaw, as then (1812) we gave EDWIN P. MORROW. is asserted Hint an Austrian regiment up Moscow, In order to Insure a final For Commissioner of Agriculture, La was virtually wiped out in an nttempt victory. For Lieutenant Governor. bor nnd Statistics. IV v to retake captured positions from the Italians. LEWIS L. WALKER Germany. In the eastern sector JAMES W. RANKIN of the Lublin region, where for days In Franco and Belgium France. the fighting has been extremely vio- thero have been several Infantry at- GEORGE OSDORNE WILLIAM C. HANNA lent additional points have been evac- tacks, hand grenade fighting nnd g uated by the Ilusslaus, according to operations. SAM J. PATRICK Berlin asserts that Z. T. PROCTOR Berlin, nnd they are declared to be In the Argonne, French trenches In retreat on both banks of the Bug were captured and that In ChamFor Secretary of State. JEFF PRATER.. and on the front between the Bug and pagne the borders of craters caused South of Leczna. The Teutons have by mine explosions were occupied ! JAMES P. LEWIS. For 8 Into Senator. passed through Chclm on the heels the Germans. Paris asserts that the The Germans have mine explosions did no damage to of the Russians. T. P. COLE. JOHN HENRY THOMAS. brought a large number of aeroplanes the French trenches. Into play In the eastern region' and ALBERT LEACH J. W. COX. have bombarded both British and Thursday. French aeroplane stations. There al United States. Germany refuses For Representative. For Auditor of Public Accounts. so has been a battle between six Gerto concede that the sinking of the man aeroplanes and fifteen French American ship William P. Frye wns ROY WILHOIT L. L. EMBRY Bermachines over Chateau-Sallna violation of American rights under lin reports that several of the French the Prussian treaty or International JAS. H. ASHLOCK. W. S. DEAN machines were forced to land nnd law in her latest note made public that the Germans suffered no losses. last night. Germany again declares For Circuit Court Clerk. her willingness to pay for the ship J.M.PERKINS. artillery has and that the amount of damages be Western Front. The ANDREW THORPE been the chief engine of the warfare fixed by two experts, as proposed by EDWARD A. WEBER. although the the United States. The French prize on the western line, CARL M.TAYLOR. British and the Germans near Hodge, court yesterday confirmed the seizure For Treasurer. in Belgium, and the French and the of the Dacla as a fair prize, and the Germans near Souchez, in France, American Government CAL P. KEOWN. will protest WILLIAM A. HUNTER. have been at grips In infantry at- the decision. Elaborate statistics tacks and counter-attackhave been assembled by the State DeOTTO C. MARTIN. ROBERT L. MOORE.... partment to refute the British as sumption that increased exportation? Tuesday. WALLACE H. RILEY. JAMES A. WALLACE.. United States. Three notes from from the United States to neutral Germany, all dealing with tho com- countries indicate that these goods For Clerk Court of Appeals. mercial rights of neutral nations in are finding their way to Germany, at war time, were before Secretary Lan charged in the latest British note. B. McGUIRE sing last night. The British Govern Russia. In North Poland the Rusment defends the JAMES P. SPILMAN. alleging that changed conditions sians have been driven back upon made necessary changed construc- the advanced positions of the fortC. HUNTSMAN tions of law. The Berlin note again ress at Lomza, and the East and EARL defends tho right to sink the Wil West Prussian regiment shave gainliam P. Frye, and denies that the ed the Narew river, crossing In the J. L. McCOY. vicinity of Ostrolenka after vicloiu Prussian treaty was violated. fighting in which a large number o England. The British Admiralty Russians and Russian guns are de aggregation. This mixturo persists announces that a British submarine clared to have been captured. Prince BASE BALL DOPE in engaging In the national pastime operating in the Sea of Marmora has Leopold of Bavaria is attacking tin In spite of tho fact that it is considof Dlonle, to the west o torpedoed a large steamer. It is al fortress ered defunct In our city. They aro so stated that a German torpedo-bo- Warsaw, and Gen. von Worsen Is de The McIIenry Braves oxchanged full of pep and good sportsmanship destroyer was sunk near the clared to have captured the westeri bats with the Cleaton ball team, at and expect to continue their outlaw portion of the Ivangorod fortress or German coast. the left bank of the Vistula. Field the Cleaton park Sunday. Scores tactics tho rest of the summer. The game was started and went Marshal von Mackenscn, northeast of being 3 to 1 In favor of Cleaton. nicely until It rained in the last of Russia. The Austro-Germa- n ar Chelm, Is said to have defeated the Tho game was a good one, and a the fourth the Outlaws being the mies are closing in their wings on Muscovites again, and between the pitchers battle between Parker, that proud possessors of two runs to Mchaving occupied Vistula and the Bug the eastern front, the Austro-Germa- n Henry's blank. Thorpe was arraod Mltau In the north and advanced be forces are following the re- south paw for Cleaton and Parrot yond Chelm In Southeast Poland. treating Russians centimeter gun and for McIIenry. Both teams had good with a forty-tw- o northward. he was using It effectively. One of The situation before Warsaw proper backing and the game was played in remains unchanged and obscure, but Adriatic, Louded nlth Munitions, one hour and Ave minutes. If the our runs was the result of threo the Russians apparently still refuse two errors could have been avoided wild pegs and the other didn't axact-l- y Sails Abroad. havo a clear title so Mr. Thorpe Is to relinquish their precarious hold New York, Aug. 4. The Whlto in the first of the seventh inning on excused. For once the Outlaws on the capital. Ivangorod, errone- Star steamer Adriatic, one of the the Braves side, tho game would havo ously reported to have been invested, largest British passenger vessels now been 1 and 1, 9 Innings as a hard were, getlng the breaks In luck and is now In great peril. The Duma at in the Atlantic service, sailed late to- storm and rain prevailed just after the opposition could not get one over. Petrograd Indicates that the Rus- day for Liverpool. The Adriatic the first halt of the 9th inning was Ptrtle altho hit occasionally had command of his sling sliot and when sians and British are anxious to1 carried a full cargo, estimated at 0 over. brand as unfounded reports that RusRalph Thorpe made the score on pitching he did not wince. We aro tons, a considerable part of sians are disgruntled at the showing which Is composed of war material the McHenry side In the first half of sorry the gamo could not havo been made by Great Britain and France in and munitions. The exposed deck the 4th inning. They made Cleaton finished. Tuesday tho Outlaws went to Mctho west. space, as well as part of the lower live hard up until tho first half of promenade deck, was covered with the 7th inning then they got two IIenry to return tho gamo and got France. In tho Argonne region cases containing automobiles. scores that they didn't have and idea wolloped 7 to 6. Only three of McHenry's runs were earned tho tho the Germans in the region of Hill Tho ship had 195 passengers of getting, as McHenry errors won rest were scored on wlerd heaves. 213 and In the vicinity of Marie abroad, of whom ten, It is said, are their voctory for them without a The Vllllans had on their batting Therese occupied French trenches af- Americans. doubt. clothes. Welsh starred with two ter fierce Infantry attacks In tho la- They made one clean score in the homers out of four times up, E.. ter of which they preceded their forCarlyle on Warfare. first hair of tho 8th.. Barnott (ahem!) got a homer nnd ward movement with the use of burnAre not all true men that live, or Mr. Jones, tho manager of Cleaton ing oil. Paris admits that the Teu- that ever lived, soldiers of the same was well pleased with tho game, and two singles out of five times up, -- FOR tons gained a footing in these army, enustea unaor neaven s cap- also acknowledged that McHenry Keown's threo bagger and Tlnsloy's trenches, but asserts that in counter-atack- s taincy, to do battle against the same made thorn play for what they got. should havo been good for the cirenemy, in bqth sectors the French wrong? the empire of darkness and He also desires their presence there cuit. Just to think out of nil that Why wo mlsknow one slugging only six runs and just ono were successful in regaining portions another, fight should not against the enemy, in the near, future and says tho turn short of tying the score. It was awof their lost terrain. but against ourselves, from more, dif- out to tho game will bo a large one. ful. Republican Primary, Aug. 7th . ference of uniform? All uniforms shall Another game will probably be playTho Outlaws certainly like tho bo good, so they hold in them true, ed about the 22nd if not before, eithWednesday. spirit of the McHenry boys and envaliant men Carlyle. Mr. Wallace has long been an United States. Great Britain's reer at Cleaton or McHenry. joyed the courteous treatment they active and faithful Republican. plies to the latest American repre "They appreciated the squaro and received at their hands.Everyono Laugh at the Unuvual. fair game that was called at Cleaton seemed to be in perfect good humor lie is a business man and finan- sentations against Interference with The unusual provokes laughter. by Mr. Bullock for the Cleaton team, neutral commerce reject entirely the cier of experience and ability. Funny pictures, caricatures, cartoons and Mr. Maddox for McHenry, both and the game was a very, pleasant contention that the Orders-ln-Couaffair. By reason of his wide acquain- ell are illegal and justify the British and comic illustrations employ vari men were well qualified and called a n tance and party loy course a sbelng wholly within Inter- ous devices In their techniquo, all nlco game. Manager Torrenco Llverinore Defeats L. and N. alty he would, if nominated, add national law. It is claimed by Sir based on one fundamental principle deviation from the customory, tho wishes to express his congratulations the Llvermore'B fast much strength to the general Edward Grey that changed condi- habitual, the usual. New untried to his lino up of players for their baseball club defeated tho L andN. tions require a now application of the ideas, new inventions and new re- good playing, as they seen to get ticket in November. Stars of Louisville in two games, 11 principles of International law. Tho forms are always greeted with ridi- better all tho time. to 6 and 16 to 7. Wlthrow of Equalblockade Is justified, and America Is cule and sardonic laughter. As Saturday the 7th is election ity, pitched the first gamo allowing told that Great Britain will continue day, and our ball players at McHenry 10 hits, while Everly worked in tho to apply tho orders complained of by and Equality are all going to tho second for Llvermore, allowing but Hornets Did the Work. is tho United States. Daniel Sapp of Gardenvllle, Mo., polls to vote and work for Andrew Ave hits. Llvermore has played 20 aftor losing many bees because of the Thorpe for Circuit Court Clerk, wo games and won 20 of them, which Is Find I)Pj' of a bee martin, placed a will havo to either play the game be- enviable record In these parts. Ilitssiu. Although the Germans large hornets' nest over the hives. fore Saturday or play on Sunday. and Austrlans along the great The next time the bee martin came in Poland aro declared by Notice for Its breakfast. In getting at the Berlin to be continuing their maneu- bees It jostled the hornets' nest, and McHenry nnd Hartford Aro Still him To whom it may concern: vers, having in view the envelop- as a result was attacked and killed Uusebullliig. I havo this day set my son, Charlie ment of WarsaV, the Governor Gen- by the angry insects. On last Saturday McHenry's ball eral of the Polish capital was at his club came up to East End Park with Dehart free to act in all matters for post as recently as Sunday last, and the expressed expectation of playing himself and to transact any business military circles thero were of the bea ball game against Hartford. Now In his own name. FOR FLETCHER'S A. lief that If the Russian line held a CAP DEHART Hartford's ball club, altho about the 4t3 week longer the city would never be Horse Branch, Ky. best we can scrape up, is a- - mixed July 29,1915 Educational Republican Primary Ballot Election Saturday, Aug. 7, 1915. r- - A REPUBLICAN TICKET. pro-par- to-da- y latt n a sap-plu- a s. s. a Order-In-Counc- ll, a Jas. A. Wallace at M' Irvine, Estill County 18,-00- 'H BLbbbI Candidate Republican State Treasurer well-know- nt thus: Wallace xj Children Cry CASTORIA V