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XXV11L PRIMARY GOES DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS epnblittm Subscription $1 per Year No. 5 p FOR OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HAIITFOED, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1915. led In the State race by n substun- tlal mnjority. The Ohio couny He- publicans nro coming hnck to their, own. With tho primary over the candidates, both those who were sue-- 1 ccssful nnd those who were defeated, nnd also the friends of both, are lin- lug up for n Republican Victory In co vein ocr. --- fMil niMICiM Ul ? hLli ITltili I nllil AMfl ;NEW OPPOIIIiUNITY RANCHERS IN FIGHT KliMBTEAOER 0HJUIETLY Closest Race Is For Circuit Court Clerk. W. H. Riley Is Nomiiiated-By Stand Off Band of Sixty Mexi cans Until Help Arrives. u Well Irrigated Tract Opened I'p For Immediate Occupation. - t Mr. Carothers nnd Alberto Madero, political advisers to Gen. Villa, and Illicit Sain has rerontly- - made- - brother llrownsvllle, Tex., Aug 10. Five cine' after the first of next year. Ah of the late President Madero, Reinforcements Asked in View Close Margin.of Eight twrestilt every druggist In the United Mexican bandits and one Mexican 1 available lor homestead entry what . U'lim tlin milt imaii a........... n .I..' " v.. w ..... .v.i... liiun IICM'IH III II1U States who proposes to sell either woman worn kUltd In the fighting is omeiniiy known as. the Fourth meeting between the two military ofthe Anti Foreign Votes. miles viiii. ui uiu ueiie intoxicant after that date will be j Sunday at Norles, sixty-eigh- t irrigation i At 10:30 n. m. Gen. Villa project In South Dakota. From time emerged from forced to tnke out n license as n sa- - mirth ot the house, r, "r n "our tmeeu Americans, tu.Mme for the past several years. iiih machine, accompanied by Col. paying the high retail Tho Republican primary wns held United States caval: areas hac been opened to Michle and Mr. Carothers, and reeitfht of . Saturday with the race for the nomi- dealer's tax and putting IiIb phico r.icn, stood olf tho attack of n:ct the public in this Gection and al- turned to Juarez. under the local and state regula- Washington, August 10. Two nation for Circuit Court Clerk fur-- t I Mexicans. Five of the Americans ready there bus been formed a splenGen. Scott, after Mr. Carotliers re- American battleships the Lusltania nlshlng a lot of Interest and much tlons. did agricultural community a f speculation ns to who would win. Tho thoThis situation Is brought about by 'wvre wounded, three of the later I nucleus for the development ofasthe turned to American &oll, Issued his and New Hampshire, sailed tonight decision of tho Revision Com soldiers. statement from Newport News for Vera Cruz candidates all stuck to their ngreo-meTho tlfti-euAmericans were saved entire project which will require sev Tho plan of the A. U. C confer- In response to urgent request as to tho use of money and mittee of tho United States Pharma trom of death just Uielr ammiinltlo'i oral months to complete The pres ence for the pacification of Mexico, as Commander McN'amco for relnforce-nien-ts nnd whiskfy In tho rnco and made a con- copoeia to drop both brandy Tho gave out by the arrivnl of seventeen elit openiiiK is therefore generally re- - suggested by the United States, also In n of demontent which was a lino example of whisky from the publication igardd a offering an excellent op- - was outlined to Gen Francisco Villa strations viewCarranza's capital. elimination of tho Intoxicants from Texas Hangers. at true sportsmanship. They all tried It Tlio Americans, rangers and sol- - portunlty for the man who wishes this morning by-- Gen. Scott, accord- Is understood President Wilson himhard to win but those who lost arc the book ns the effect of withdraw dlnrrf bad gone to Norla's ranch j to exercise his homestead right and ing to information secured this af- - self ordered the warships sent, showing the proper hplrlt ami nro ing recognition of them ns medicines. Pharmacopoeia la tho otllclnl lioun searching for Mexicans Eight still obtain a desirable and produc ternoon from a ' The source. though no offlcial would even admit rrni.v t linn lin In Vnvnmlinr publication for tho country and noth- -' soldiers wore loft at the railroad active fract of laud within a few miles Later Villa returned to Juarez, where they sailed. I j. L. Embry won tho nomination lug that is not listed therein can bo Nnrln h. while the remainder of the of twons where there nro modern he called a conference of his genOfficial for representative over W. S. Dean reticence regarding the j party, numbering seventeen rangers, ' vantages, such as schools, churches, erals. for medicine. by the vote of l.UC to 7C7. movements of the Louisiana nnd New to search n water bole twelve stores telephone service and good Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, president of Hampshire Is due largely to fear that The folowlng Is the olllclal vote markets. tho United States Pharmacopoeinl miles distant, Kitten 11 Lion, near, Woll In Ohio county: news that their coming reaching Meanwhile the Mexicans, from convention, today announced the de-- ! The crops on the Belle Fourche IU'publlcan Candidates. After successfully withstanding Vera Cruz ahead of the ships might clslon of the Revision Committee, cover of tho brush, galloped toward project have been very good and an Governor Lntt F. McLaughlin, lion, bear, wolf, fox, and all other acentrate the serious situation exist. I I iu II. til. .It.tf.ll nf ortT. ICvo .it Vn. " encouraging feature of the trend of. klni, .BiiyiUK. v"r i'"uui ui mmii'an ui 278; E. P. Morrow, 1,400. th of aninial bUcs and scratchea j Whisky nnd brandy have been ellm The soldiers at first took them Jb its development is tho .increase In I j that come to hlra in a day's work, Just before leaving for New York Senator John II. Tliomus, 872; No rangers returning. Seven American stoclr and tho tendency to engage In Innted from tho Pharmacopoeia. l Iroonor nf tlin Mom-- tOnlfrllt SeCrOtarV LanslllET R!tfl (le- iAlbert Leach, 924. ltlll Snvilpr. reason for tho action can bo jglven civilians all armed Joined the caval- - hogs Agricultural experts have'vLi vIcps rpnrliprf tim oioio Keprcsentntlve L. L. Embry, 1,- ,ioi n,,.... i n i by anyone except Dr. Joseph It. Hem- - rynien. long pointed out the advantages of PnrU ,u lll,.ann-lio- ,i i.- rnnnre w bwconflrminc- MrNnmM' , . vw. t. nn mn. 11G; W. S. Demi, 7C7. ( aw !MVUiUbllHlVU JJ OCJLlVaCUIin 'ington, chairman of the Revision kj-- I Vlltfl American Jtetre.it. .4 tn ..us lillsn.B tut ....jtu iui Itm AAff.. UI1U nf Mlp ,,., . dltions in Vera Cruz, but he gave no Circuit Court Clerk W. II. IUley, nnnor,iv .,, The Mexicans swept down upon dairying Willi .vn....v.u ....... u .... Committee." ...... n.i.lrr.a B90; Otto C. Martin, 682; C. M. Tay- one of the neglected bites, details. The secretary would not dis- Acordlng to those in close touch this party as It was strung out along for merchantable products and tho in rai n ik i.r.... iiia. For the last three days Snyder has cuss the ships' mission, e Mexicans facilities for producing alfalfa of a w,,h tho nrSunK'nts ma(I m ,he t,,v tUo r'lllr,mi1 ,rack I Thorpe 151 After the receipt today of official been going regularly to the Prosby- ' c,slon' ' 8elzed R taction house while the sol- - flno (,tlality tlio tiettturs setn to have " rea6on for lho chan v . qi,.v VUO . tmirn rirrnit Jiuibl terlan Hospital for treatnient.About reports regarding the Mexican sltua-- a .. ........, ....... v...., .... nn: b.ui"t 'ciiuinw ,:. i,vu.i-- n. ui iijj,ii.itt,40 iMorn Hut nn llm........,.... trnrL'n irtlli nueut:i wieir nuvice anu me spiemuu opposition ) week ago his arm began toZsiveJL, tlon President Wilson decided to re-anever to prcscrlbo liquor on niedi- - tin eivllians, tried to pick off their results arc now serving ns nn Impe-cin, turn to Washington Commonwealth's Attorney C E. within the next became discolored. tho Americans ro-tjuttuokers Slo-vlfor further progress along these hours, Smith (no opposition.) Mr. Snyder said he thought the forty-eigj treated, crawling -- . - nes. and iirini? and conPersons who uppreciate the poisoning was the result of many In Xcw York City. Democratic Cauillilatcs. ceutrnMnii toward the I.tisltaiiiu HmiB In Gcnnnu Mu-l- o or engaging In alfalfa Governor A. O. Stanley, 1,300; j bites from different kinds of animals .New York, August 10. With the . Halls. , which was about 200 yards from the ciiltu'rO; hogs 'nnd dairying can find II. V. McChesnoy, C8C; Edward J. which he has suffered during-th- e lust 'reassembling here tomorrow of. the Loudon.' Aug. 9. The Morning bi.lMliiK the Mexicans had seized. nowhere lit the West a section which ' ambassodars and ministers of tho JIcDcrmott, 97. ., open fight all the Ameri- - j WI11 offer better facilities for special- - month. In this Amsterdam corespondent for-tlimit n mf1i n rm lin. ...n n 1.fAAn six Southern and Central American Senator Dr. I). F. TIchonor (no Post's vHW wards tho text of a popular German can wounds were received .. r 'iliir iiloiiL'- tliPSf'- lltin nf- pmlMvnr '.in run n i . n n if governments and the secretary of opposition,) ii music hall song entitled "Tho De-- ; dier lying on his stomach on the rail- T)l0 Government nnounces that tho ".,.'. , ,. state of the United States, a definite V . ." Ki'prpscntatlro J. F. Phillips (no bullet through 1,1s tand ltself structlon of tho Lusltania," describ- road received frec.aml can 1)e obtain- ZmZ reZdy of Ids oln I opposition.) effort will be put into ., ,... Another cohller lost his iinuor'...!" ed as a marching song by Rudolf back ..... .. ..u...v.u. ..,.. ...... .. w ' 'hrop wnoua turn no . .. . .. , . .. Circuit Judge T. F. Illrkhcad, in was bitten operation to reestablish peace Kuhn. The verses tell tho following lip Willie UIG liuru was SIlOl ill tile vUtnn U mMo hv ,he "oclamatlon ' 1.1C5; J. S. Glenn, 979. again, this time by one of the Polar Mexico by friendly means, and re- . . in,. Kw.., vri,oa " ti. nf "w w " talc: ..o aervico lur siinnivinu v.iinr ai nrrnni bears. Later a lion cub took a chew store the revolution torn country to "o - Circuit Clerk A. C. Porter, She sailed for England from New ranch was wounded In the right leg. coat to each settler and after twenty S. P. McKenney, 872. at the arm, but Snyder paid no at- - lts accustomed place In American York wth contraband. Sho invited Frank Martin another ranch foreman years' time ho is given outright a teiition Commonwealth's Atorncy 11. D. to any of tho bites, although family of nations, thousands to travel on board. But had his left arm badly shattered. permanent water right. Ringo, 1,107; L. P. Tanner, 095. each pained a little. He treated i T1e conference will be concerned The Americans wero fighting from our submarine smelled n choice dish, That .. the better lands embraced them as he always does such bites . w,tb. final details of the first step In tho race for Secrctury ot Stato t .. . ... nP tlm riwirtli liniica iltfii 4li f ....J n irrl. p "'""-- " I. nnllml Hinnllir " oomain are rapmij and BcratChes. with a remedy of his . in a plan the important features of ' gave Q. U. Likens 1,- -' Ohio County .rangers returned dismounted In along her criminal course; but . oiminisuing seems eviaent rrom aown, and they seemed to be all rght. I which were agreed upon last week 339 votes against 300 divided among r,,M10i, and crawled Into the house np- - i statement mndn rointlv 10 this ana submarine was on the watch ofT Ire-- ' jt ja believed that the poisoning by the ambassadors from Argentina, bis five opponents. - parently unobserved by the Mex cans coast. She carried Amerii lands . districts oy Alhprt v . L,eonarq, ?p.' , developed particularly from the bite Brazil and Chile and minsters from In Tho District. ...-- uB,u m . u. .' , , . , cans cDEuai n en . Uement Agent of the U. S. Reclama- , Uruguay and ,nsect Bolivia. Gautemala. s The majorities In tho Circuit State Adjutant General Henry tlon 8ervice at Chicago, who adds of some ,., Greeks and Dutchmen to the dance, nZ M der emem. ', Secretarv of Btat Ldnsin. ,lorH Judgo's race and in tho Common--wealth- 's w . .. .. .. TWUI 1" n .!. UbU .. 1. , Illltfll. WW0 UWWU tnat -- me nolle Fourche project ui....b. ,...u M I1. i.. Tli ll0 was worklne at Attorney's race iu the Sixth m ueain. President Approves Move. "The submarine hit true. Those ers said today that he believes the should attract a des,rablo element J,nd Cornish N. H., August 10. PresJudicial District nro ns follows: hs felt a sudden worn not suffocated wore drown- - nrrlvnl expected tomorrow of twenty Daviess, 880; who irn.ln..l.llt nn nmsnrv thnm T mnfA frtT1(TAra nml 4Vlli Anmnnnlon nf Who realize the necessity of secur- - I th0 arm and saw the mark of a blte ident Wilson was in communication Ulrkhcad For 4. t . . . .1 .. .w. vU.U4....w0 t ,ng lana. as an economic permanency. an umuiib i..cu.. .v -- w.w iuuuwu,. Ohio, ISC, McLean 124; Hancock, l but rubed ha hand over 11, and for. today with Secretary Lansing re--- t... n,.v nta nn ITnlto.l w.m.wm Infnntrv twnm InuJn .oo .uv w....w Rtnloc ....ui.v.j .v.u mm. wuw Hflntot h la U UIV3 ll.t 4i.lll.ovi.. vi.wj lllUt got all about the occurence until the 210. will Insure tho restoration of peace. Caril From Mr. Taylor. next morning, when he found the McNamee that a battleship squadron" -- rJv For Ringo Ohio, 412; Hancock, there, too." I Vigilance Committee Forpied. to complaints by Greetings to the Republicans of Ohio arm swollen. New York Evening be sent to Vera Cruz to protect Amer-After references 124. For Tanner Daviess, 251; mermaids by being disturbed by so' Nogales, Ariz., August 10. Aj' County: leans, and was understood to be lu-- '- & Telegram. McLean, 78. many explosions nnd by vile gases vigilance committee has been formed The primary is now over and Mr. r cllned to grant the, request. Republicans Make Good Showing, omitted by tho American nmmunl- - among tho ranches ot the American Wallace H. Riley is the party nomThe president shortly after noon . A Card by Mr. Martin. In tho primary election last Sat side ot the border In the San Rafael inee for Circuit Court Clerk, and I poem continues: sent out a code dispatch to Secretary ?. jv urday the Republicans of Ohio Coun-- , tlon, the Hartford, Ky., Aug. 9, 1915. . valley twenty-fiv- e miles east of here, do hope ho may be able to carry the "So there tho dead lay." . ty mado n splendid showing. Thero To the Republicans of Ohio County, Lansing containing instructions 'for- nf itiAm ...Itli IIiaIp nnwa linrnt in ninlntnln n ilnv nvnl Tilitlit trnnril Secretary Daniels regarding the Vrfv,i fc wu practically no contest among the lliol,,,,,. Mn8 nm, ther companlons over thelr 8tock agalnst raids by party banner to victory In greeting: -n ; candidates for tho various state of- Tho primary is over and Mr. W. H. Cruz situation. Mexican soldiers. During the last i I want to thank my many friends quiet they have become! Oh. how n n n; While tho contents of tho mesag? . '.' Riley, of Hartford, Ky., has won "So joln noW ln a funeral sonB' week U ,a Ba,d C0 uead of cattl for Stato Superintendent' of Public Bu,,d Bu,,marlnes as fast aB Possible, and horses have been driven across for their warm support, although I the Republican nomination for Clr- - wero carefully guarded, it W831 un- -, feU 6hort of the goal, I am proud to r C...iP..rtinn wn. thn o..iv Pimdi.intn derstood tho president's first"-stoI Sing the enemy into n cool grave so the lino Into Mexican territory. The know hiat with so short an acauain- - Vu"ou" v"erK uy. 'e.V .." ma" had been to ask for additional in for " .. .. ..u I......U iu OIUIU ui.n-iur . .... ,lnv ,w rnnrl.orfl Imvn nUn mn.lA on nnnonl uunu Willi ... jltopie Ol UUIO county JOHty. ,, 1 Congratulate . Mr. Itlley On "" ,,-.,llio '" protection to tho United r -county nnd mado a speech, during ' l""1 "v """' ""'a rousing .i,. i,. matlon. It was said here the presl: chorus. for States that I have so many warm supporters Each verso has the entire campaign. On tho other wm be nble tQ deUvor thj Jn dent wouW tako action wlhla the, troops along the border. I have fought a clean fight I have hand, both tho leading Democratic England Sends 150,000,00 in Gold. Noremb tho ve beat next few hours. He was impressed l t.. kept the faith, even though I have . . , .. . wlth th0 WOrd from Vera; Cruz.-anm -- ii. Candidates for Governor visited the Now York Aug. 10. The value of Near Tragedy in Hurt ford. gone down in defeat. I hold no mal . . . ...... r.i.H I n ' county nnd mado stirring addresess, mo gom Biiipuiciu .rum cJear consclence of hav, done 80 it was expected steps .. iu Last Monday Mr. SUa8 Hohelmer Ice toward any one. My conscience .for- - v , Amerjcaasnd miuI Mr. McDcrniott sent to the coun- New YorK now on us way nere irom heartily" Pr'P wns found in a dangerous condition is clear I made an honest appeal. I ;e" S tSet thU faU . &- case ot irbUv," ty an able speaker to represent him, Halifax by special train, is $5U,uuu, i n ... .... .L-- r. . .. as -- nrinrinin nnn result or nuvinir raKPii n. inrpn nm n itpniiniirnn rrnin r . on hm uiu , jujc i,b which the speaker did with consider000, according to R. E. M. Cowle, ' nuantltv of laudanum. He Is renorted . I will bor found flclitlni? for rth In- - from l0p to bottom nnd if I live l.,., able credit both to himself and Mr. vice president and general manager to ' PeCt t0 the 8tUDlP nd P.redbh ? I , t!,n Mr, . IMcDormott, who sent him. In addi- of the American express Company, . have been In a demented state treSt of rufi iv ,7 .... T ui Republicanism Just like I have' been .. . 7. . -- ( " uu 4 , " tion to that Judgo Glenn and Judge which has the shipment in charge. .. . ...-- courtesy anu iiosiiuaiuy dolne ever since I have beefl ' old '" w'.WnMM'lfi:srfl'MWM euiuu iiuio uiju, uiuuruiK uuuer uiu piu iur ineir i. tn i o ir i. jinKtou.au uiu.jiieiu- imurt- - nuuuu ntrkhead made a most thorough canMr. Cowlo said tonight the ship, vass of tho entire county, making ment was expected to arrive here to- hallucination that ho possessed a for,-- In their homes, and I assure you that. Republicans whf stood 'almostagty.en hs ponsnt,tq-maMnf- ir .. In cnld wlllph Iia linil fnilnil no one appreciates this more than I. Tv" trlP,by3autoobllebuT. one of the hardest fought campaigns! morrow morning nt 8 o'clock. Twenty-f- IllllA rayiheatt- - the rao go while digging post holes. .WlL8aTyretUrnt,0!.am0.k,nd .4. that has been waged In Ohio county ive special felt thanks and also the hearlfelt todw ave up the ,lft motor trucks with Mr. Hohlomer was removed from ness when tho opportunity Is nf-- 1 At the. t'Summej WhUa HouBe" lor a long time. Hardly less spirit- guards will transfor the gold to tho thanks ot my wife and two bablesl I j the Court House yard, where he was forded. , tp. - .. ed was the contest between Messrs. subtreasury In Wall Street. assuro them that they will never have was sajjd ,tbe,,.presldent'ft-,rt,urp.Yours for the success of the Re- found unconscious, to Dr. Ford's Hosiu ay,ui-..,- ,r Jtlngo' and Tanner. Each of these waamnBioii wM uui-uuTt cause to regret It. I have nd'haViF Thero has been much speculation uble gentlemen made a strong effort tn financial circles today as to the pital. At last reports he had been publlcn party, feelings for those who saw fil'to"sup-- f Particular, uetlon bv,, ,tju ,h.e J9, M. TAYLOR. was completely recoverCARL . to get-- u largo vote for himself. In vnlun of tliei shlnment which was revived and "9 port any one of my opponentB7TOr-rr-"- "" "vr-- r. . "a "rivj''r a.prepo q omwjii tact every Democrat candidate mado I varloug,y reported to bo from $16.- - ed. It Is supposed he had become am sure that they wero votltfg as'th'ey wa requirtt,-c despondent and attempted to commit -Conference At EI Pao. business. He. now fxnectaJo ha. in , strong, earnest enon to wiu. i a thought, to the best Interest ot the 000,000 to $1000,000.000. J. P. Mor suicide. El Paso, Tex., Aug. 10. Gen party. I have the very besffeollngs was a spirited contest for every office gau & Co. the consignees, refused to c, ,.,f Hugh L. Scott, of the for Republicans and the Interest of Wieetin.FrldiXj, except Senator and Representative, give any information regarding the a at '.vr .ir--r. tv Notice To Creditors. United States army, has accomplishwith the Issue of the State Wide amount or purpose for which lt Is Tt- '. the Republican party at f heart. 4 i All persons having claims against ed him mission to the border. At Phi? n9oiwftrH t,, thrown In, and popular to be used. Prohibition t,H1 Again tuauklrig' my friends for the a- -. the estate ot Nancy Jones, deceased, noon today- - the folowlng statement Intenest they took ln meCaBd"'assui ,The;OhioColtIl1IfalJ J?Way ' t local men ln all races, county, diwill present same to the administra- was Issued: Tax Notice. lag those ho voted against tneof has declded.to jivava tbre.dajw.falr Vii ,,. strict and state. Ceneral Villa assured me during my kind feelings towardthejn'aud-- ' at art(otd4thMre'vThJal!!.'wyi w trix for settlement on or before Sept. With all thla Interest among the I have received the tax, boks and our lutervlew that the proposed meet- with the sincere wish foMUtmblU 15, 1915, or be forever barred. Democrats the Republicans poUftd you 9di at :i jt'nvzti can pa yyour taxes by-- calling at ing ot mining men will be postponed vlctory this fall, I Tula August 14. 1915. rs3helija. ,.,( the larger vote. la local racea tba (he c sua indefinitely. The- - .foreign merchanELIZABETH DURHAM, Republicans polled ore 300. votes Sincerely tor cvlctery, ba A rJUuedaAdttiAAlurMalUM.ltst-iWlUiaer- t.il--dise seized la Chihuahua last week Admlnlstrlr, Centertown, Ky- 8. O. KEOWN.'S. O. O. more then the Democrats, and also )2tf x OTTO .OiMAXEOhWi) Urjr' icu. . the "Whiskey nnd Itniudy Dropped Kioni The List Of Medicine. Washington, July 0. Whiskey and brandy cannot bo taken as "medl-- j 1 . frirJS.r1 will bo restored. Violations of the rp.i.p law, however, will he prosecuted, My, I V II Kfl Tm I U Ufl 1 1 LLUIIII U mission here is now accomplished." A iletatchmcnt of soldiers from the Sixteenth United States Infantry SENT TO MEXICO were drawn ns a guard of honor for (leu. Villa when they escorted in automobiles to the place of meeting. Gen. Villa's guard also accompanied .SerioUS mU1CUlly Mav lin" their chief to Gen Scott's residence0 thu C0,H sue With The Mexicans. rpillfin rSHP I i lit-r- loon-Itcope- . tli-m- J nt , a-- S i anti-foreig- i feml-offlci- al ad-sol- d I I 't - ' is hp.-w- 7in 1 n, tioi -- Hr. i. ,, (,.,i,. ... .,... ... nd e. us ht ...... "ome ,'..., inter-Americ- --- w rrri 'LnM .i.i .... I I V ...v. tLl . I I ; , J ' ,nf ,.,. ;":': T.. ..:';.,lu u tt A p nm , -,-- ., ii i,. u " .... . wcu vouUL-btalwn- ,.. ... " , ... ... V. -- hH ."..: .,. "" S. .,.!. ,. 9r ,.".,, tl .., ""? ftn?'.if '. -- rrn -- I,. it.. o y Vashlnton.lnlpf.aUlivei. chtef-of-sta- ff tlnw er oc. at-M- tecllatr.ttlwu iMH(t:,i fc r ! . ., .V - wo crucified. i tween two thclves and classifications In Washington. t In this same hour, wion eer son So long as there Is Mils fierce clash .. :1 THIRTEENTH ANnUaLV k. . X-1of contending AmepiSin .AndEut;t 1 'iW or I tn flm onHl ffki II II I MlAl1 1P"1' tlufniAtBp'r Ynlllif. ranHwtajraok I i? I Midi III Marr. ---1 COMMISSION PLAN pean Interests over she fnawjng oi '3 " T ""I .T ?W I1U lL.L.I.liril.4 I I American tariffs. It Is Idle So Ifoagfne -Jl ' r .3 ,3. 'v aVil (fifr can ik tnKyjft vit that the Tarlli question came, as the viel of the tern- en out of politics. A protective Tar PG. 0. P, Gubernatorial as rent In twain, the Sivlor of .VcA In That Way Will It Be Poc-stol- i: iff can be honestly written only by the world was" executed in lliff ' name men who believe In the Protective Addresses Deer Park'Baptist ' " '. .to Take the Tariff Out of law. JI system. A Tariff for revenue only t "Foretold by sages and prophets, Bible School Class. can bo written only by men who beof Politics. He camo as lowly as the lowest. His It Is a natural lieve In Free-Trad' great heart thrilled to every httmnn and unconquerable human Instinct in World ' that leads New England. New York Jesus Christ was not given a fair woe, responded to every cry for help. Fine Exhibits of Horse, Cattle, Swine, Sliccp, Poultry, Field Seed and docs not stat(?i New Jeraeyi Pennsylvania, and "He was God, and son and man. It Is an empty month that Grain, Horticulture, Women's Handiwork, Student's Judging Contest, trial before his crucifixion, according Farmer Boys' Encampment and Baby Health Contest. Ucrinp some newly organized move-- 1 other great American Industrial com to Edwin P. Morrow, Republican can- The cry, 'My God, why hast thou forsaken me?' was human In Its agony n Tariff munitles to send Protectionists to mute to create a Washington and it Is an equally un- didate for Governor, who Sunday of appeal. The sentence, 'God for-g'cuTjmrtasion" and thus "to take the them; they know not what they human Instinct that morning addressed the Glnd-Han- d conquerable BiGlean Tariff out of politics" and always sends to Washington from the great do,' was essence of divinity . ble Clnss of the Deer Park Baptist "Let us strive to hush forever In It in announced In this connection Importing city of New York men Church. the world over which He reigns the that eminent busness men are giving whose business It Is to vote against LiAWt cry, 'Release unto us Barabbas,' that He spoke in part ns follows: and against American Protection their names and money to the undedoing the "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" "Steep Banking" nnd many "The trial of Christ was conducted by our words and acts our elder ease with which the manufacturing and that brings men rtakes. The other thrillers every afternoon. Is convincing of the same way of thinking from by a court of competent jurisdiction, brother may not again be crucified. drtbjt-is exploited being known as the SanprvmT nt the earnest desire of Ameri- the cotton state3 of the for South, the court Reduced Railroad Rates For Cataloguo Address high priest, ! J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Paul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. can "business men that the Tariff whose people have been taught for hedrim, composed of the How's This? chief priest, the elders and inejtlon should be taken out of poll-yic- s. three generations that the Protective the "Wa offer One Hundred Dollars But students of history know Tariff Is an Iniquitous device for the scribes, numbering In nil seventy-on- Reward (or any case of Catarrh that the Tariff has been very much enrichment of the abolitionist, man"Of this body of Judges three con- that cannot bo cured by Hall's In politics Indeed, has t been the ufacturing North, at their expense. jl stituted a working quorum In civil CatarrhJ. Cure. Abraham Lincoln was a Protecmain and most constant bone of conF. CHENET & CO.. Toledo, 0. ' J cases. But in cases Involving capiWe, the undersigned, have known F. J. promistention between political parties In tionist elected on a platform Cheney for the last IS years, and believe I twenty-thre- e tal punishment were him perfectly honorable In all business I ing adequate consideration to AmeriXmtirlca for nearly a hundred years. transactions and financially able to carry j necessary to conviction. Originally both parties In this can Industry. Confederate leaders by his firm ot any obligations made COMMERCE. I ' NATIONAL. BANK OK "Altho Judea was a conquered The of the solid South, who had fought Protectionist. country were Toledo, o. Ynw-Trad- e Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, agitation was made pos- Protection In Congress for more than province. Its Roman Governors, acacting directly upon the blood and musible Iff the insistence and wealth of 30 years because they believed It to cording to custom permitted it to re- cous surface of the system. Testimonials free. Price forercn manufacturers and Importers be beneficial to the North, wrote tain its system of Judicial procedure. sentall Druggists. 75 cents per bottle. Sold by The trial was under Jewish law and Take Hall into their Constitution. Family rills for constipation. sectional slavery Free-Trad- e anfi the rise of the Will help parents tlovelop their sons into j controversy culminating in the Civil The tariff will go on remaining the in a Jewish court. the best type of citizens and Christian "The Judean law required a formal War. So long as Southern States great distinctive issue In American Industrial Preparedness. and Senators and Representatives to politics until one section and school accusuation before arrest, but no The Chicago Tribune quotes Prof. gentlemen. lis pationnge is widely scatAYiuhlngton, not on any real issues of thought yields unconditionally to such accusuation was made against Emory Johnson, the Pennsylvania In of present the tered and comes from the best homes in of the present, but on ancient prejuthe other. And In view Intellectual thereMan of Gallilee.base asallto Judea political economist, as stating that was no one so make every great and so long as population, wealth, and 11es of 1S2S-1SGwar of the past has been the youth. Its capacity is limited, thererise agents and representatives of Eu- - strength, the school and section that the accusuation, but envy, jealousy followed by the rapid expansion of easy ac- - yield are not going to be the Pro- and fear made formal accusuation the industrial and xopean xiaaafacturers enjoy fore, reservations should be made early. commercial inter-- j unnecessary. cess to the American press and there- - tectionlst. ests of nations Involved, and as pre- lMace your son in this select gioup of "br exert an influence on American neiormcr oi ixmijr mrtn. dlctng that whe Europe w per. GUe The Farmer A Chance. politics, so long will the Tariff ques"The Carpenter of Nazareth was haps buy heavily of us Immediately boys. Write tion be rn politics to stay and a hunWe live in an age of "uplift" move- a reformer of lowly birth and noble after the war, "European producers, Tariff dred open, ments. In recent years organization life. He preached thruout all Israel ' within two years after war. will cannot possibly prevent it. after organization, local, sectional against the existing evils of the age. limit their purchases as the as pos- much Is an irreconcilable antagon- and national, has been effected, often Lashed from the house of his Father, slble, and will endeavor to sell a large There For cataloguo nnd information. Box A. ism toeiween the two ideas of Tariff times with large financial backing, He went about doing good always, volume of manufactured products In lor revenue and Protection and Tari- to undertake the amelioration of the healing the lame and halt, striking order to reduce their debts and to ff" for revenue only, which Is to say, social and economic condition of this the scales of darkness from blinded secure funds for further Industrial A or that particular class of in practical effect, Free-Tradn eyes and doing work with his hands expansion." The Tribune adds: "We Tariff commission is humanity. that all labor might be forever dlgni- - know that when the war is over there exports being reared abroad, and a grotesque misnomer. A bipartisan For a long time these efforts were fled. will be a desperate effort of Euro- - they have also discovered tha our there cuuld he on which Protection- confined to city conditions. Life In "The people loved and followed pean people to regain lost ground, to own industrial preparedness does not were both ists and tenement districts, In factory cen- him.And so, this man of humble birth build upon the ruins. In short, unless nf ttonlf n,ien nl.n .n.ln.... n ..... But what would such a ters, among shop girls and among one day rode into the capital, and i the war continues to the stage of vir- - w& iiouii vuuou uiui--i utiuuiia LU ill III I Wedding against us. The rapid expansion of. "commission le liut a body exactly immigrants, are among the many around him thronged the people, wav- - tual annihiliation, which is hardlv our foreign commerce, with Its Im- like the present ways and means Com phrases of city life for the better- ing palms while they shouted Ho- - conceivable, we shall find ourselves mense balance of trade, prior to the roiitee or the Committee on Finance ment of which organizations have zannaslFrom the temple he drove In a competition even more stren enactment of the Underwood Tariff of Congress? Those are both bipar- been working. In the last few months the priests and elders and by speech uous than before the war." law, was the result of keeping tisan organizations .composed of It is amusing to note how the Tri- ourselves the primo advantages o however particularly In the South- and action struck at the very door of FLORIST and Democrats, Protection- west bune, as an ancient foe of the pro- our own rich home market, and perthere has been a great turn- - corrupt power. men, lug ists and Maeonic Temple "This man stirred all Jerusalem tective policy, sidesteps the inevita- mitting our producers to dump their to the consideration of the life whope principles are soutterly at varand the mighty trembled and it is ble conclusion that If we are to avoid surplus in foreign lands. Whenever problems of the farmer. OWENSBORO. KY. iance that they never have agreed on Many "better life" movements in written' And It came to pass that the the results of such ruinous compe- we permit this country to become he shaping of a Tariff policy and the city have failed because the pro- chief priests and the elders of the tition, we must rear again the pro the dumping ground of foreign pronever can. "When the Protectionists moters had distorted views concern- people took counsel in the palace of tective walls against foreign com- duction, and undertake to make up .are in power the Protectionist ing the people they sought to help Caiaphas by sublety and craft and mercial Invasion. But the Tribune for It by fiiuding new markets abroad of the committee makes up a or thinks we can "lighten and shorten we will lose out as we were so rap-Idl- y because their motives were wrong. put him to death.' "Tariff bill. When the "These conspirators were his ac- the depression" by "mobilizing" our Failure threatens worthy movements losing out before the war began power the same work Is perare in HUME for the relief of the farmer, and for cusers, and at the same time His financial and business powers, and by a year ago. National Republican. formed by the revenue only majority. the same reasons. judges. Fearing the love of the peo- pulliing the teeth out of the Sherman "In cttsiher case is the other side the Tired, Aching Muscles Relieved. In the first place the farmer Isn't ple for Him and against the Judean antitrust law, so that we may tight . minority side consulted, not because law, they seized Hlra In the night and the foreign invader with the slxteen-Inc- h Hard work, mean the "best man In the world," vot-anunfairness or discourtesy, but guns of big business. stlffsore muscles. Sloan's Liniment orators to the contrary, bore Him to the hall of judgment. because it is tacitly acknowledged "Altho the sentence of death could But why go to war at all on our lightly applied, a little quiet, and notwithstanding. There is, perhaps, that oil and water will not mix, and as not be Inflicted during the day, own soil when we can avoid the ne- your soreness disappears like magic. much dishonesty, as much Immortliat Protectionists and cessity of conflict by restoring the Christ was condemned to death. ever neipeu iiko your iiizting down together to write a Tar- ality, as much Inexcusable ignorance, "Hlsjudges sought false witnesses protective fortifications which enable Sloan's Liniment. I can never thank amongst farmers as a class as in any iff hill would produce a result wor- -. other two or three great Classes against Him, but they could not agree us to fight from behind breastworks? you enough," writes one grateful thjr of bedlam. as their law demanded. They pass- Why Invite the commercial Invader user. Stops suffering, aches and f "Thx. facitt can be taken out of of the world's workers. The farmer ed sentence without agreement. In, and then depend on mobilization pains. GUARANTEED SERVICE An excellent counter-irritan- t, ."American policies In one way, and is the pillar of civilization, not so One hundred per cent "Pontius Pilate, the Roman Gov- and commercial Krupp guns to drive better and cleaner than mustard. All .that alone by a popular defeat of the much because of what be Is, as be ernor had no part In the trial. His him out again? Why giTe up the Druggists, 25c. Get a bottle value. Special work for W. Vrec-Trad- e party so decisive that the cause of the work he does. He is just duties were executive, not judicial. market which under protection conO. W. Penetrates without rubbing. 2 Tariff question was settled nearly one of many struggling human be- But the sentence of death could not sumes ninety-fiv- e W. F. STEVENS, per cent of the outof his needs tfwe.niy years ago. A majority of the ings. Consideration be carried out without the consent put of the American farm and facR. F. D. 7. Notice to all of the American SoHartford, Ky. American people are and long have should never be based solely on his of this Roman Governor, and in his tory in order to go crusading for ciety of Equity and all others conRepresenting Continental deserts. 'been believers in the Protective prin- Marble & Granite Co. hands there lay the power of par- markets across the seas in which this cerned about securing good prices In the second place, the farmer don. ciple. President Wilson was elected fiercer competition Is to rage after for farm products. .nn ail platform, but does not need, nor does he ask for, A meeting of the Green River Dis"Pilate knew that the man who the war? Why not take to ourselves iliat platform comanded the support charity. He is a business man, a was the object of His Judges' envy, the lesson of the depression which trict Union A. S. of E. has been callof only tt minority of the qualified producer of goods for world con- of their Jealous fear, and this ac- followed the enactment of the Under- ed for August 12th; the meeting is voters of the United States. Mr. sumption, a productive element In counts largely for his vacillations. wood Tariff law before the war be- called for the purpose of transacting the community in which he lives. Altho It Is not given In the beoks of gan, and the lesson of the great war .Important business of the Union, and "Wilson became president by a in tal accident, which temporarily di- He asks consideration of his pro the Bible, I know that to the judg Itself, which teaches the absolute ne at this meeting- the tobacco situation vided Mie Pretectionist party Into two blems by the business world because ment hall came Mary, the Mother cessity of American commercial inde- will be considered, as well as the jriituA, one Progressive, one Republithe world needs must have him and Mary Magdalene and the woman pendence? wheat and other products. Every STOP AT can, both of them believing In the and his products. He asks the co- who washed his feet In tears and No mere banking system, no li- farmer and member of the American Protectionist policy, as their plat- operation of the banker, the mer- dried them In the tresses of her hair. cense to monopoly to go as far as It Society of Equity will be welcomo forms unmistakably declared. These chant, the railroad man, because Cry At .Mob. Hkes, no "mobilization of resources," and are urged to come nnd let us tw Protectionist parties together living and their prosperity depend on I believe too, there came the bro- whatever that may mean, will savo reason and consult together, this call ' 1 'I outnumbered President Wilson's par-t- y his and his products. thers of the condemned that In child-moo- d the American people from the deadly is made to cover the counties of DavThe farmer will repay in profits hy a majority of upward of a milhad played by his side and effect of the cheap labor, cheap ma iess, Hancock, McLean and Ohio, and lion. And at least in the Northern every movement of cooperation with nestled against the breast of the terial competition that Is certain to we expect a very large representation viiamifacturliiB States it is thorough- him, whether It look to the market- same mother, and that all with rush in upon us after the war. Un- from all counties, do not wult to bo ' ly veil underbtood by all observers ing of his crops, the improvement of breaking hearts and voices stricken less we are prepared to fight Europe sent as a delegate but come as an ' FRANK ECiqUlT1. fifcp. at political conditions that a great his livestock, paying for a home, or with anguish implored His pardon. and the Orient with Its own weapon Individual and let us hear from you. H.H.ECKEHTtMtni. bettering community life. It is on proportion, probably a great majority cheap labor which means a lower The Convention will be called to or"But Pilate had little duty save of those who habitually vote the the basis of mutual profit only that that of executing the sentence of the ing of wages and living then wo will der in the Courthouso on Thursday i I iDeinncratic ticket do not believe In he seeks such cooperation. court, and yet, In desperation, as I be- be like Russians fighting machine August 12, at nine o'clock, a. in. Jl Free-TraAs one business man In a nation lieve, trusting to the people, he of guns with pikes, and must suffer or anything like it. In S. B. ROBERTSON, at 'ow England, for example, the most of business men he asks for a chance fered to release the King of the Jews Secretary that will mean suffering to mil . -.. successful Democratic party leaders to operate with a profit that will or the robber Barabbas, but even lions of the American people. I'mTTzvr, life satisfying, against this lone chance the powers Havr frankly described themselves as make his family's The duty and the desire of the MU W, Ko&jj'lhf Spjjjs OiiKJtliigs " nothing more. Who would deny him had provided, and the mob cried, 'Re- American people Is clear. They were "Wrnlectlonlsts. m fOR'4rttTCHER' lease unto us Barabbas.' On the other hand there are many less? Farm and Itanch. fooled In the abandonment of Jte cry, as always, came from protective system In 1912 by. Just rparty leaders in the South, and some "This I)a.poiideucy Due To Indirection. the mob. It came before this great such newspapers jljjV, Chicago! nr(l.,jiuu3o Mir Mit rur'ouits- in the North who are sincerely lt In principle or by force of "About three month ago when I trial and has been coming, and will iriDune, wnicn nas always ueen un eal JjYS- - haVe-fo- r 'Idtbntalti-- . rrorfch Rry qe.auQd,ind..P;rpJ)gQa,D, , to thb'Pr6ectlvo"jystem. Siding was suffering from indigestion whteh come always, perhaps. Release unto frlendly to the protect lve pol Icy, and ing round ad- WWrlortMannur,. against an adequat'e'Pro-lertlv- o 'caused headachoianiLdlzzy-spell- s and us the false, the make-believ-e, the IfWas much to .d.o.aa.any pne.newswith them ,?end.VSl3(our,iarmyiU,ttndt,Hftve I,'system""finiio wiiofeJuinuence" "made mo feel tirad and dengade&t, hanithe friend of our enemies,' the paper In the West in persuading the . . -o- nn n.jii'K tJi.om.j nwcti n.'.i in .ci by Eufd'p'e'ah nSah'ufacVurers" I began ttaWng Chanvberlaln'teI'iib-let's,- " .tool of our bet'rayer, mit crucify" Him country to protection's abandonment, welldcd i inewell of water. About 60 young A,nA-...ki.W IU IIon,:Macedon, twho: ivuiuxu .. uu. c,uui nutiu iI u ymDaJC IIHOUU ii .lAaSS' UU iCi. , J i.M Irtll t trees -- TreginHmg"tu ri1gj thelfUgMU ana'' representatives 1UC UgtilU U1B lllfUW uuar.-CLEANED Cl'FfcN 'States!' When 'the feoi NYv I'TThlu medicine proredcto bo )great light of truth r blinds our .eyes - dnpegnaW'c6'a'sVde7erises'or 'the Wd id be a fine localtUh t6V somo I'ackagoa.calLBikfor.aml.iiniiuori on .,. - iac the TJrrrted T.T(it-i1iriiir-iMi.iiT7ii ri . e tii - Tarm find" "factdrywh ch oA .doelrlngt-'t11e-ver- y 4hlng:L3ieorodf as o&aiday'aiLandwe ana Know mm." AmericansiXUs& tMte tadv&ntage of, . , , .t r r h .i T Jd.-- j i'And BOJinrobedfeTrcefto"tiiBfBeilfofclgbc manufac treatments t'eUercd - nrDiecLion nQir airnrcia. mteruTOL It is the Tnn AmAr. iJguntyj HJghjSchoaLt Lffi9rma.Teason-- l I f H'?JII that. turers or'inelr!a'gen'ta anaTCproeen- -l Uerfd two bottles of ..Chamuerlalnis Utoca o'tt,tb?erc(iur,t9anU,th5'6rdTrr'W ckh "people realize fit liaieaflnK ah le. .tl'l Gf. me ofxthlaUrou- - the GovefnSrf'CbrlsP'wai ledto thSJ Qowtf of such nreaat works foes not Tablets and theyrid 'W Iva tNaU,1ProVl!"e Aallvva BAIINETXJLSON. b6-- ' Hartford, Ky. m bill called'' GolEotmVcai:ir-tberuut w prevent similar defenses agalhsf our to In tho sMplnjf of Tariff rates bio.". Obtainable' everywhere. 80PE IN SAYHHIWS J f I a S. rr 8 fe araw, ' l r tucky Kw., .. SlatTfeF'air 18th:v1915 the Candidate', September 13th to e. Biggest Saddle Horse Show "non-partisa- ve Trotting and Pacing Races Each Day.... Midway and Grand Fireworks Display. RUTH Sensational Iady Aviator e. 't "S Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. ' 1, ' B --- com-mteau- us 5 J MATHENEY & BSTTS 5 e. down-trodde- "nun-partisa- I For Bedding Plants' Decorations, Funeral Designs, Etc.. see Free-Trade- rs ;TAPSC0TT, ly ma-'jori- ry Free-Trade- rs t 1 ' y star-snatchi- over-exertio- n, Free-Trade- rs to-da- y. - When Louisville I ECKERT'S 5th Avenue I Hotel de do-fe- U.Sili'opeuVp'ian J Children Cry tf mU444? . UityBjftiM MeftT. fd ha-rb- 3 writes-.Mrs.uae- o. ,.K,u't. niUI r may-noi-ae- p, JLt.MknMt,M,. ...,.... b - 1 (til 'TUrTfMoi'-reVenueJdnly.J'par- ty .. . met-ireatlrui fi - - iHEEHTEflESSINQiCLDirf -- twmmmffi3K& w r'' '-- . I - mil ..a, ,, m fK . ! onlng stock. In sue cases a hun- - T dred pounds 6T either Paris green T I "f" KaQQ"!" Works Havoc on Corn And 111 or powdered crsenate of lead, pref- - T CiO L crably tho former, nnd- - tho whole Take j jr r i mass worked Into a stiff. dough by If you had a machine that you could operate at a good pre- -, ,"" . the use of three or four gallons of ' X fit day In and day out, would you not count ns a loss tint. l Mi - If MI& W t molasses ami Jhc. Juice of n half time it stood Idle? dozen oranges or lemons added At ' .A Your money is n good money-makin- g thereto. If this is Fown- - broadcast machine.. Invested fcu Warning' has been received here on the ground where the worms nre our certificates of deposit or on saving nccount, It earns la that the fall army worni hns hcguii at work they: will feed upon it and terest' every day of the Week, every week of the montu aaot every month of the year. his northward march. Starting In he killed. The worms, it has been Texas, tho'ho'jt hns gotten us fur as five to will come to the Ilcmembcr, wo give you absoluto security and pay you. tW Lo'ulslnnn, and inny ho expected to poisoned halt from distances of from I V best rate of interest. reach Kentucky In AugiiBt unless dis- five to ten Inches. aster Is met south of the stale's borIn alfalfa fields the iniedfatc r der. and curing of the alfalfa In adInvasion of this soil by tho fall visable as soon as the Infestation has army Worm hns been froquent in j hcon discovered. This will not save Cor. 4th and tho past, yet consecutive, years have the hay crop hut will cut off tho food passed wllen KXOWN KVKIlYWHKRi? ns the SAFE and KKLIABLKBAtfaS army worm and check ser- .nil, according hotohas not appeared at of the fall development of another experiment station thereby the generation which may be many times J records. Dr. II. Gnrmnn, entomologist and botanist, recalled yesterday more destructive than tho first. As that the unwelcome, visitor caused pqon ns the hay has been removed nearest BSlTTele-phon- e lamcntntlou in several sections of from the field, the ground should be Ihcs tate lost year. rolled with a heavy roller or brush Manager, .or. ,trf M -Numerous Insects Indlgenuous to dragged, or the poison halt can be tho South frequently get ns far up used. FARMERS' LINEnfrEPARTMEttT-- ' as Kentucky. Almost every yearj A Cough Remedy That Itellcvc. Dr. Carman has observed tho adult Wfl prepared cotton moth, which feeds on frpm tho healing tho leaves of tho cotton plant. How- - r,no Balsam, Tar and Honey all ever, this visitor Is not to be mixed in a pleasant soothing Cough dreaded. It feeds only on ' cotton, Syrup called Dr. Bell's consequently, dies of hunger In this c'- - Thousands have benefited by its 2i latitude. With the' army worm It is use no need of your enduring that " annoying Cough or risking a danger-- 1 different. j: : . ; iio", owEtfsnoiioVKY":"' s Cold. Go to your dealer, ask It seems that tho worm's natural iTT-! h'arMb -enemies arc not sufficiently nbund- - tor a 25c- - original bottlo Dr. Bell's ZMt 'ft-.- -people of the United States because ant in Texas this year to keep It B'ne start using at onco r nUFrMCRnniL RnVd U,1IL,llUUJUIlU.'UUlu l 11.. the)3 tlldlnAtctalco.parr'lii tho main down. There is little doubt there- - ami get rid. of- - your Cough and '"'""' mo to worlc Cold. iiB nuj uui iiiwiiru, uuiug inoro onu lViiie-t- o A Little Tariff Would Help. of former . more dama'ce ns It mtvnnrPR. . Tim . .j. ...w . " i ii . ..t. r - r'T for- '. '. ,1 ,! I rt. uuoseveu ui ir lime oi liac of Its probable march bcliiK inc At the mectina of the federal trade ' - Alien' 34 antho violation of yuyimi. Joosevelt fairly well known, however, farmers commlsslpnt petrolt, Herbert, H. Gives Interesting Discussion reason of Vis fonner high posi- - who act In time may do much to Dow, president pf the Dow Chemical $S9S .worth"- of -car. -;UpYJw tWkbuTuryJwaa looked to as prefect tneir crops, especially alfal- - Co., ofMJdIa"niU,ilch.ea"ld 'that o' IU Ip't" rt&p2ilX- (C?J Tlii. A Urn 14 t... ' all I'lICjin mat LOnnnYottdon;tpayacentfor.urj(,- -, . authorln Aujtrala. This un- - fa, corn, amjhtj'sorghnms. " r Amerf1 that was necessary-to-enabl- e rrfftnV'ip'rit has dled-rf- ut t -' and .'. "necessary overhoad expense, Whin theyjfirst appcai-.tU.c- l Worms can manufact,urTersjt,Q producejndlgo Hosting ulc, mohUrtop , -, beet of ,are vev mau, , jiud fed beneath and other chemjcal pcodttcts.Xully as ' We Jbulld jmeenfy; jno eVry AHea: ) rS?d'et'o,I?,$WTf-- , LJl,r towkrJ . - if the ground cheaply .here as Ijrpad.was. a little' -tiantmwtion aid 3nattfed grass, otjl.automobUe. ,'Our organization if .. V tteenng gcar?:ltf-to- J ljf55 grc3jo?slbilltcsJ ueiween me corn rows is grassy, tne imore experience and." .knowledge of"i trb"ruj"ahcl permanent.'' We are in 4JV IL.li Kenndy, managl ;, cx Dvnu- Henry dlrcc- - in Australia for American made worms may rlginato and feed the."trfcks of 'tile trade.'' m the automobile business to stay:? nnraTbnke;"110u.Jnchc tor of the Studebaker corpoca'tforTof rgoodf iBleofijJenOjn jTUisftVs. The thece 'ntll.jpartly.ijrown. . Thus, In "? nbzz'z wbeclbuc, denxUDtn)'. t'ft iir. now cnargeoLnat oecause nis , Pur purpojes to rnajfeycry Allen rirhi, alumuiuia todt. Australasia. Limited, with head- - sympathies of the Australians aV nflio ca Ay'tstages', ' tife wof mV are company was s'elftg.rtafn bromide our0 ,:ie and alurnmurn tram- - ' ivyphplJinBa quarters In Sydney, Australia, was a largely with the i;ngllsUlB.peaklng very dJflfyl,t.o dejeft and unless abroad, Germany., had.--, .taken the 0(, ' mioitiB tue; ,,or PV,"K. me , greatest ., "CT"". guest tor a snort uvtp last week or peoples, 'who seemingly understand the farn'idr' "keeps a's'harp eye on his United StatesjraJe, In th'aichemlcal Bg! f. Hri SeSi posiiblc value for the price we get. his paVenJs.Ir. anUCWrs. Is?'oi4(5n,, b:?e aBOtlier's views and I3eas and fields he Is likely to find his corn irum attU(tti jlartr,v J3 tucj,'m. , t Tf -- .. U . I :: f J nu na'dy, iir'eTCn InTurr'Mr. euBady"Wn'rymPalhles In coffiffibn. Eng-wa- s and sorghum 'suddenly attacked by r "c wiung unuuyour "We'are warne.'!""he'' salir."that' . could jbuy.a-sfXQnswift, safe,i:. on his annual 'Visit toAthp.Stu-J'Mn- d A'lir. Jibt be able to supply the myriad of the worms which have for every pound , jve , exported the' tcooo&ir of operation. ' ' debaker factories at Detroit, Mich., countryand there will be no sympa- - gr,qvn rapidly ,,toward maturity and Germans would puttwo, poijnds in' .r.Mxdiomirar without. navinr a do- llar mpre.than,itiacttjal wforth, the t"waB' their hiding. places. the United Btteltill llSMilr , 'HiFU Jti . touring car at -froMrtg wjnuiiiij Hinl 'tu ,i.t luanji . 1"' wJdg'pfH1 ,,foi"ALUCi.ican wnen tuts happens, -- corn wllj be a bluff, nd contjnuf,4.X?-PxPPr,t.tne- f; 3."J895X u,tts',.'ojpjcteJ"answeivo..(, t87ftlfMfff4:..sn & stripped tq. bare ,stalks and aUalfa Dromiucrue-reau- u was,jjiai. we aia zr the coming season. He is a native of ry Kennady, who is widely posted on to bare stems. not sell a, single poundT n thUn,lte(T of the Owensboro. He haa bqep pith .tbe, foiyHMons n the.tjvo s trl ; . , lUyU,fyuff0Vfr; mntmy ,ptrtitn, ijulfmiif, ifiviaall -- T,he fall nrmy wprm.i when- - very States. The Germans nqt, only, paid Studebaker Jmpatiy'fof'1" ttie tast continent, Sydney and Melbourne, the ypung,. of 25 per' gent but .actually un.blackr It grows soven years, two years of wqlch Jie latter having a population of rapidly, ,. ultimately- - obtaining a der sold us. Since. ttiewar started, ft't Syd.nbf,lfaAns- - 909. length of about. 1 inches. M this however, we. h.a,Te Regained ((part of Factory RaprcMntatJTea for Soothe ro Ohio, WtVir tralla. Australia, not having the develop- - stag , i asja Terrttorr. Soatfcort Indiaaa ad aathra adjaoat Kaateaaa, the body. ,is striDed on a our trade." State. In Sydney! 'fl'elty of"SOO,,O0Oin- - mclit h indnnfacfirrrng Industries, ground varying. In colpry from a "Isn't that practice common wlen f Dealertg Writ6 br Wir for gBor prorioshiott- out-- . jale, yellowish brown to black, more ever an American article gets habitants, there Is much' "tli'c' "Bame' "necessarily lsv dependent-Upoa( life as is se'en In any American city;' side industries for her supplies. or less streaked and intermixed-witstart?" asTced" Joseph" B. Davies,f ' to Mr. Kennady. atuch portatlon of great quantities of her dull yellow,. On each side there is a chairman of the commission. "It-In,answered Mr. Dow.. ..,, of American ways is seen on every wool to the United States is broad, yellow, undulating line, mon prq since the: UtjDraj jv;erjr.t)pened or less, strongly mottled with red. It It .IB "probably morjosraopoir-ln- g "What effect did the tariff have?" tan than most American cities, bo- - by the Democratic action In lowering closely resembles the common army "It saved us from bankrjpipjtcy,yire vIifesV?1' causo of the fact; .that Immigra- - the wool tariff, Jlejr great beef pack-tlo- n worm and owes its name to tho fact plied Mr. Dow. $K e'stabllshments, as well as In responce to other questionsMr. to Australia Is prevalent from that, originating in the extreme cargoes South, it makes its way northward Dow said indigo ismost important of almost- - every rlaiu of-lcountry. Iiv re-n- d as tho season advances, attacking all dyes, and although U is a German d meatg-ro-tly intensely loy,al, Australia js mpr.lurn, she wants Amerjcijgado Jarm-o- f fresh vegetation of almost every sort monopoly at present American man an independent country than gen- - lug implements as well as Innumer-cnvlly'- that it encounters on its way. ufneturers are developing the proarticles., Ordinarily there aro from three cess. "We would spend more money In the entire con- - aldff other- lnanufaCtorert bellBved. tlnent. thorp Jsui,populatlon,p( but 4,-- J Mpst,, of the .transportation of farm to four or even flxo generations of on these dyes if we were sure the is done in tho fall army worm In tho course present prices wpuld hold, ho said, 000,000, scattered over a territory products i'-- . about tho size of the United States, carts. Travel by people of the rural of a year. Tho worms, when full "If there was some kind of n tariff It Is mainly an agricultural coun- - districts who are unnble to own grown, descend an inch or two into j which would take effect when the try, yet tho sale of automobiles la motor cars. Is done chlofly in two-ver- y the ground in order to pass Into the price was down, and not when it is made, pupal stato preparatory to emerging steady or going up, I think we could extended. Thero Is almost tho wheeled vehicles. American sumo competition In the faraway con- - wagons and buggies that have been as tho adult moths which tIay eggs compete on almost equal terms with (Teim7J Germnny." Polk- - County tlnent that there Is In the United In uno- - for a quarter of n century, for tho next generation of worms. A reprenmnufac-turln- g aro seen In tlip cquntry. Republican. Tills habit of descending into the States. Every automobile . concern in this country Is rep- sentative of fnrm vehicles was asked ground to enter pupation is of great by Mr. Kennady how long lie had importance In the control of The Clerk Guaranteed It. the resented by tho keenest salesman, ns arc also thosu of England and France, been handling" a.hrand of goods, and pest. Shallow cultivation will de"A customer came into my store Mr. Kennady stated 'that the llttlo 'ho replied since ho wnsNn boy, and stroy from fifty to ninety per cent of tho other day nndsald 'to one of my Illlil tlin llilV that Ills father llCfOrC 111 1)1 had Sold tho iusects pupntlng at any time. clerks, VnrA na nlnnwlinrn. g that will among the cheapest curs, and tho tlinni Tlin rnnraannlntlvn 'wna nnct',i. nm.iA.... ui .,. .v ..., f." Liiu v...... ...v, luu measure do- - cure diarrhoea?."' and ray clerk went :t' relatlvo niunbers was'thosamo ns in""rt"fty years orTipe.lTr7"Kehnady does pending upon the thoroughness and got him a bottle o Chamber-Jalri- s not handle, nor have anything to do wjth which tho work is dope. In the United States. In the main, the Cotht Cholera and Diarrhoea Studebaker car, which ho represents, with the wagpn business of the Stu-- 1 alfalfa the use of the spiked, tooth Remedy, lind said to him, "if this' The small townoncrchant. the ruraLhusiness.man.or the farmer who uses a typewriter has the advantage over the man and which undersells tho more ex- debaker corporation In Australia, harrow or the alfalfa cultivator Is does not cure you, Jwlll not charge pensive English nnd French cars, being connected solely with the best unless It Is known that disking you"a,cent for It." So ho took It home who does not. department. Ho loft for is not injurious to the plantB. Cul- and came back In. 'a day! or wo and docs not as a consequence come InThe typewriter not only saves time in writinc letters and making-"ou- t to the most serious competition with Sydney Friday mornnlg, via "Van- tivation of tho ground between the said he was cured.!' writes J, TL Ber , bills,- - but it adds prestige and reputation to the user. T . . !. . these cars. Tho other American cars couVer, B. C, add stated that ho rows of corn has been found to de- ry & Co., Sat Creek, vatpbtalnahie Brps'. i would sail In a British vessel; the stroy nearly all the pupae, there- everfwhere however, have their admirers. Owensborq by)! preventing tho development fea- - 'only kind "hec ould get adapted-t- o . . of r- use in rural districts, because, wi!staj4 (I Great sheop ranches are tho (.is especially ' (. i, wiis another generation. . tures of the Australian country. Messenger; ' i r iv ifnnic x cai,(niM uvc uui icijuiic an cAjicii ujiictiui. jjy lufiuw v' '' When fields are theroatoned with Ranches of 50,000 to 100;O00 acres 7- -' 7WK inc injiruciioiis we win give you, East "af Abou'tl65 ,acrea A Good Household Halve, awtato-srInvasions, but have-notas yet be- Hartford on Hartfo'rd.a"Crn are not uncommon, a v rnimMail This Coupon Today cov- -' Ordinary allihents ahtl Injuries are come actualliy'lnfested, n deep fur- road, 1 lads miles from , p4ke.4. MeirlX K&'jr. ... ..?.. . ..:. ..... I'yjyiw" .' erlng these vaqt .territories, the pro- - not themselves serious, h'ut'nfeHlon row should be plowed out around luuiu vuivaga iu buvu iciia.t-i.I" Plene (end me yoi free book oireumference of the lasting water at residence. ductlon Is,, extremely large,, For the or loWVltaflty mdy m'ake thehVdan-presen- t, Two I do not use a typcwritera-pr,ctent,said Mr. Kennady, business "gBrodb. 'Don't "neglect ' i'daCsore, field. TnW thW'furrdw the barns, toDaccd"fchd stock. "Plenty of J"l8"IarfecUd'ViarpflK,iiowieW, it It? 'frulib fr"flurt 'bVcausfJMt Is snlall! tall. ."Thevi'Wav then peaches and apples. All hill land.' learn Ocl'am'aung a'typewriter'tnd would' like toan,.-,- about your exchange,!.! for s.pewne. (l ian not 'due aa1 much'to'war condltlbns,B6oil, pilfeon' 'has ' resuft'eU" frbik ffl be killed hydragglng'a HeUVy ''log but in very goddftttmaitlon. Pbsses Jfl ) ' II3t his" 'reWonable? oas to 'the fact"that thoc ountryilias1 ph'illrick 6V scratch: 'For ail'vuch' throuWlHe,'furoWy,b"r7' Wsfeellons slon" Tany "tithe. Sat'v6 ir wliere"li'rrgaiWnvils','posBlble,,:"" the AIply'ttj",,, B'ARNETT &' SON, .Jimei had wo years of .adYersenCondltoiisMallme,n?i"'tfuckfeh'8-,ArHlcr Thero is every" 'exBelfent.' itro'tecls' and IfealsUhei ftfrrow nrdySIHleu" wltH1 Svaier land tproductions. M0M (it In Rennbllcan 'Office. '1 ; i ' a'sftall'uaMtlty'bf keroBeVfesprthkl- - 23tt expectancy of a business roylval In at,'iruV:lf8iantl8epic,3felils;nTf'ecnBnand O0IJO 3.t 1C H V Hartford, Ky. -- ' -' "- in' : " accdrdlng 'to prevents diripllcallonB.1' ed'OveVlhe iurfacd." THstwlll"kill dangerous 'I rrrr "a fc hort" timet Australia, i" I I U, .,Tv0the1jsC;flS,lth.Pro.HTypenrMer C,ri Pimples' the Vornlir'afiuost Inira'titly. J I a - h; iP M it r.c it Mr. ."ke'nnady'has, senLto the ' III , at j(14 MaJaTrHroatU' t too cszeroa: 2"Wliere''n1'elb8e1examlH4tion"'of: a eitii'iimii pean theatre or war du.vuu soiaiero, . ' R1 'ill .'j-twliliOV n'lhV 3oin!6n toflhe 'citizens'3 KaT niiiuiUiavinxviVHi-usuu5e?"b5f'fraln", Vour' cbrnffeW:'eliowi - th'jSPesSno'e of 'the 3 M lWyt;tIlU' IV na enrt nn . iiu " fair armyiwbnn' artfidlly "attacking 'Ti YrIfafnta'attlllmiMrM :t "'6f We country Isfurty In'eff sh,are,,'DTUggY'st.0n', .inn iifin 1 Z -' I i If f. . -.IT. population. imn 'corn-,- - the DepartmeWof JAgrl- X tlf f UflJAAV) 'I'l " 10 i nntUJai nil lie' rrat:rtst?Jri W2idlUZi.''AAV'2-- M: relative to tneir ' "run ' ' cultixlfc retolflm'ehdsl dMtlBn'he "t AWZL'A'1' 'ft& Fdr1' shoVir tlmV toMBwlnV Tl Always bean 0 'tntini r iiio-'-- i 'eieaUiQftoAiWMOafBelilunf'by '''"TSjTfSA-Sii- " 'pla'b'ti of tbe tj" ' iau'eAj oat iirjlllM in "- - r.)i ..... -- Av FARMERS BEWARE V -- ' j i OF THE ARMY WORM question pn forage crop? for on corn T " 2ZX& , ZtiVtZ Idl6 Funds Represent rjof - ' i Postal mmyA "'fl J5rmgs ZvZn This It Book freest tells Write Al-falf- a ' ten-foWi- If is local and l'ong 'distance telephone vice In your'home at Very, small cost. -- how you can have, Central Trust Company Send.for.it today; ry, , Clmberland.TeIjloIie';.,.' and Telegraph Cffimpafcy :hox rii M 3i y h Plne-Tar-Ho- n- Tar-Hone- y, 'MK'FROMMSTRAtIA vriji 'f":r i.i' CMi The .Xtte&St Price,5 $89S .- I ony . ' ,yVien.yoipay$$95 you'lget' -,- Study these facts.;:." t'JZIi .- .vmv '" tas IpJrCrliJjr.te1 rar-o-' theimslates. ' m MnWt jjJ.,,": fidt-Huit- &&&&?& .emei-gedfrQ- States-Wjth'oug- i, blg-Cltle- - f arly n " -- h .i-- - ., go-sld- e. lg eg jVhllonomliml-'ton,.vreA'Ccntrll)itlng.v- ast he is two-wheel- ! i I Typewriter Cf5l "hnve-yWanythin- .w,-.vU- Gives Business Standing : . The 1. C;tSmith & j Typewriter J . ri.v-(- 1 n -' wool-growe- rs '' I T the--enti- re ndvanc-Infworida'w- in a ":' "- oan-rineu- T-bun- m V 11 'j'" C ASTORIA itjl fVS?f JiSiZZTTiM.J.V . ;t '3' ia :- 1 1 . ma; liw 1 w8eViertreete' intt j WefeKrbigly iBcensed glBBtMMe"'0,Sf)TJ'R,tl orl rntdC . v. immww jA'.M ''.in iwm mr .,!. j'-VjMPrJs- "3n3' "MlIO I'iC. , a. ll I, n H els. .mord rtem jitcan. monwcalth'8 Attorney and ono Hall-ron- d Commissioner In this district. P. AND A. CtUrtd nctordln to lw at Ik l'oitotftf. rtforii, Ky., m mll niatt.r of th ffcond (. iery Manufacturers Legislative Com- mlttee, presents the May 1915 Im- ' port comparison, using the same 36 Address all communications to products ns have been used monthly Hartford Republican. since the Underwood Law became op- eratlve, the products being automo biles, leather gloves, nets & nettings, NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS BnberUr dexlrlnir tti laer nt to a new perfumery, seeds, shingles & laths, diln. nrnst give tlie old iiildrw. In imiklnit the raw wool aluminum scrap, aluminum rjoMt. cloths, clocks Loral nnd Notice 10c per line and 8c mfs, breadstuffs, cotton Uoilnt-& parts, cutlery, eggs, fish fruit & per 111 tor ench nddlllnuul Insertion. OLItunrltM", Ileolotlotin ami I'ard utTliinL.Se nuts, linen handkerchiefs, enameled per line, monej In ndvnnce. ware, films & plates lnco & lace arfree, lint other .Notices tor eerrlce Cbircb s, ticles, leather & tanned skins, advertisement', '"' Pr line. will receive no oilcloth & linoleum, meat & Anonyinone communication ttentlon dairy products, plate glass, other glass mfs., paper & niTs., stockings, 12 3 silk mfs., silk, artificial; tin plate, CuJaatorlarid C3 vegetables, watches & parts, wood pulp, wool mfs., and linen yarns. Of the above, seven products show, AUGUST 1.1. KKIDAY, in May, an Increase of $4,77S,3G1' from $9,G0O,24S In May 1914, to $14, Chicago does everything on a big 3TS.G09 In May 1915. The Increase drown-1,00- 0 scale, even her calamities alone being almost $1,000,000 more a time. at than the total Imports of the came seven products in May 1913, under The primary Is over. Now, get the Payne law. ready for the next election. We The.jtotal imports of the 30 prohave them with us always. ducts were $32,087, 3G2, being nearly imIn addition to being a1 great evil, $10,000,000 Increase over the ports of the same products in May Rev. William Sunday finds war a 13'," which were $22,780,879, but formidable opponent to his business. 119 as the import in May 1914, under There are too many accidents hap- normal conditions were $41,0G2,459, pening to American Warships to per- being nearly $20,000,000 increase mit one to believe them all acci over the Imports In May 1913, under the Payne Law, It can be claimed dents. that even war conditions nre not We suggest a joint debate between helpful to American industry, which nominee Stanley and nominee Black seems to be further proved by the on the subject of State wide prohibi- general dullness existing In manufac; tion. turing, where there are no orders for war material, and It is interesting to If Black is nominated for Lieuten- think what Inffuence it would have ant Governor the Courier Journal if the $10,000,000 increase in imand Times will also eat some very ports in May 1915 could be distriblack Crow. buted among the 36 industries. Twenty nine products show. In May JWhlle no woman raises her son to 1915, a decrease of $13,753,458 , be a soldier, Its a possible continfrom ?31,4G2,211 In May 1914, to gency not incompatible with patrot-is$17,708,753 in May 1915, but as or mother love. of this decrease is covered Evening Post has by breadstuffs, eggs, fish, fruit & The Louisville to eat its Crow by piece j nuts, meat & dairy products, and decided meal. It is now engaged on the vegetables, there does not seem to have been avery heavy production in Stanley mess of potage. the imports of manufactured proWomen who seek to advance the ducts. We wish to contradict the statecause of woman suffrage by way of the prize ring, should be careful lest ment frequently made, that the hosiery Industry is very prosperous, for tbey give it a knock out. but few mills are, at the present What has become of the "get rich time, working a full force, full time, quick" operators, asks someone. in all departments, and what busiThey are all watching and waiting ness they do have is sot satisfactory, for the Wilson prosperity. owing to the very low price at which foreign hose enter this market unIn calling on the South American der the low rates made possible by Republics to help us stop the fight in the Underwood law, and we can now Mexico, this country reminds us of average rate of duty a man who would summon several state that the year old boys to help stop a riot. on hosiery imports for the fiscal five year ending June 30, 1915 was 43 ' The Republicans have given the per cent. people of Kentucky a splendid ticket in vnfA fnr In Vnvomlinr Thov nrn i T. : . all nonest men, me Kind .Mr. Stanley told us were needed at Frankfort to .clean house. C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor War Import Conditions arc not Help fill To American Industry. . II. Brown, Chairman of the Hos- JUTANLEY ft Are the Nominees For the November Contest. Democrats Poll Less Than 146, 000 Votes In the Primary. With three candidates In putting forth every effort to Democrats got out 145,935 the race for the nomination knit-good- the ring win, the votes In for gov- rnae' ! ernor. The Republicans practically had things settled two months ago and consequently polled only a fractional pnrt of their votes. Absolute harmony was thus obtained. The have n strong ticket to say the very least, and, with Stanley and Black pulling crosswise, should win in November by a good margin. Black, as a State Wide advocate, at the head of the Senate, would not appeal to the believers In the county unit. He would be in a good position to clog up the works. The Republican Ticket: ' ' Thoe Nominate! Governor EDWIN P. MORROW. Lieut. Governor LEWIS L. WALKER. Secretary of State JAMES P. LEWIS. Attorney General T. B. MCGREGOR. State Auditor ED. A. WEBER. Clerk of Court of Appeals EARL HUNTSMAN. Supt. Public Instruction R. P. GREEN. Coram, of Agriculture WILLIAM C. HANNA. The Democratic Ticket: Those Nominated. Governor A. O. STANLEY. Lieut. Governor JAMES D. BLACK. Secretary of State BARKSDALE HAMLET. Atorney General M. M. LOGAN. lace, of this city was killed this afternoon by Oscar Allison In a free-fo- r all fight at Allison's store, near the Sassfras Ridge voting precinct. The fight began when Sam Cloves 21, yelled "hurrah for a favorite candidate. Walter Allison hurled a beer bottle at Cloves, It Is said before being seized by oop Brndshaw, Bnldy Johnson, nlso n bystander. took part in the fight. Bert Wallace then drew n pistol nnd Shot Walter Allison, the ball penetrating the lungs. Oscar Allison, seeing his brother shot down, seized n shotgun nnd fired at Wallace killing him Instantly. Oscar Allison also was shot, the ball passing thru his arm nnd mnking n bad flesh wound. Waller Allison Is believed to be dying. Cleves whose enthusiasm for his favorite candldnte Is said to have caused the fight, nttempted to get away from the scene when the fight started but was shot thru the mouth ns he ran. He Is In a serious condition. Oscar Allison who killed Wallace, was In a row last night at an Ice cream supper when several men got into a quarrel and Allison drew a pistol. Mrs. Rose Burger fearing her son would be klllled, ran between Allison nnd her son it Is said, and grabbed the pistol which, however, exploded, the ball passing thru her left hand nnd the upper part of her body. She is dangerously wounded. nnd deputies Sheriff Huddleston were called and went to the scene of the shooting accompanied by doctors. Oscar Allison gave himself up to the Sheriff. Tlie two wounded men, Allison and Cleves, were brought to Hickman while the body of Bert Wallace was taken to his home In West Hickman. Wallace killed Oscar Dlggs five years ago. He had been in a number of shooting scrapes this summer and was out on bond. Plowing Time! Wheat sowing season will soon roll around. Don't put off your plowing until the last minute. BUY YOUR-SEL- F 1 A NEW RID-IN- OLIVER G G BREAK-IN- I j your team that you are always in a haDov frame of mind when plow- ing 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 operates. A demonstration places der no obligation to buy. please you and do your your entire satisfaction or want to sell it to you. win on-JVY in plowing. It does the work so perfectly and with so little effort on the part of PLOW and s enjoy real luxury tfrr vuu iiuw & icai piuyv HOLLAND TALKS OF m 27 - PEACE PROPOSALS you unIt must work to we don't Possibility of Discussion of Terms " i " Widely Discussed. '" '" 7 " ' r E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. today an diplomat- State Auditor R. L. GREENE. Rotterdam, Aug. 10. There is much talk in Holland of the possibility of opening a discussion between the belligerents on peace State Treasurer SHERMAN GOODPASTER. Clerk of Court of Appeals RODMAN W. KEENON. Supt. Public Instruction R. S. EUBANK. Comm. of Agriculture MATT S. COHEN. Killed In Election Row. Hickman, Ky., Aug.7. Bert ', ' terms. The Courant publishes article from an anonymous ic source urging that an ultimate Wal- - :..:'. "' This country might soon have a citizenry trained and accustomed to arms If people were permitted to practice shooting at all the queer looking hats the men are wearing this summer. Our people should attend the good roads meeting, at Fordsville tomor row In large numbers. Push along the good cause. Let us show the people of that section of the county that we mean business and deserve their cooperation. The writer lost some of his votes J peace might be possible, if not easy, and recommending that the press of We are prepared to fill! your ordcrw in various kludt of Ilulldlnf; the neutral countries undertnke the Hiaterial, at prices that Mill meet jour upprmal. tusk of "mediation and reconciling " " " Write us for prices for unjthlnn jou need, ? and removing the errors." league at a The Dutch anti-wa- r meeting last week at The Hague adopted a resolution urging the X FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Incorporated Dutch government to call a confer- r ence of the neutral powers in the st WIIhom, Mgr. FORDSVILLE, KY. of peace, "tho conference to sit until tho end of the war for the purpose of preparing and introducing mediation measures at the proper in-e- l Notice to Those Needing Buildingr Material I AW " t Joke t t time." The article in the Courant which has attracted wide attention in Holland, says In part: Altho the prospects of the Ger I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiscr his recording manic powers now are better than , vwfflt k. "ivvrjfrrrrrrrMi 'J Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, they ever were before, they can not Hartford, iKtna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes hope for a settlement by battle and the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. therefore wise counsels may prevail. As to tho British, it is not impossible ' t. These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, that thuy will ultimately listen to tho voice of reason. There Is no reason why the opponents should offer conditions that would only prolong tho war unduly. There aro increasing signs that International hatred Is decreasing. In the not too distant fu- turo tho peoples of Europo will de mand to know how long the war Is carbon bisulphide, which la nn al- BO near a wheat bin In which the material has been sprinkled. Do sura most colorlebs liquid and still to last. by suffocation. Some to keep every form of flro away from It kills the barrels or bins and from the vesFor Sale Cheap. people store wheat Inbarrcls nnd oth2 acre lot near Wo havo a sel which holds tho carbon bisulers In bins, the usual hIzo or the bins phide., and Simmons mines to offer at boliiB about 100 bushels. For nn (Virhntl lllaillrilil.tn nnn lirk limitvlit 1G foot room A good two n bargain. house, barn smoke house nnd good ordinary barrel holding about tbreo '" r'0-I'd and drums use carbon ..,.?,..,..., at the Tor bisulphide well of water. One half mllo of bushels about nlno cents per pound. rnto of one-hateacupful to ono Drums must ho chirch and school house. Would stored In a cool placo barrel. For a bin uso away from every possible make a fine poultry farm. source of eight pounds or about ono gallon. lire. Farm and Ilanch. For terms call on or address. Apply tho carbon bisulphide by BARNETT & SON, sprinkling it over tho surface of the Hartford, Ky. 4Stf Notice grain in the barrel or bin. After sprinkling over the top of tho barrel ,To wbom it may concern: Kill Wheat Pets. Hartford, Ky., August 12, 1915. Several kinds of insects attack stor- or bin with heavy burlap or other j I have this day set my son, Charlie To tho Republicans o! Ohio County: ed wheat, feeding principally on the like material to hold the fumes in. Dehart free to act In all inatterB for Allow me to tip my hat and thank you as the nominee of tho Republistarchy material in the grains. These Leave this cover on for 24 hours or h,mself and t0 transact any buslnesa can Party for Circuit Court Clerk, an for your splendid support and loymm. ,M.m-- . hib uvaiMiciii UUUr ,n h,s own alty to me on Saturday, and will say that I feel especially honored whi Insects destroy the germinatingpow-e- r wbw navae' of the seed, rendering it useless 10 days or two weeks to destroy tho I consider the popularity of the four elegant gentlemen, and good ReCAP DEHART young that hatch from eggs after the 4t3 for planting. Even moreerlous is publicans that opposed me. July 29,1916 Horse Branch, Ky. injury they do by rendering tho first treatment. the I promise you now, to go to work as best I know and can, and use-al- l In the late summer or early fall honorable efforts to poll a big major ty for the party this fall, and feel wheat inferior for milling purposes. School Tax Due. wheat is examine the grain to see that no from insect-Infeste- d that I can look every Republican in the face and ask him to vote the full Flour has occured. If the Insects Th school tax for Hartford (irmU of a poor quality, containing a lot of Republican ticket. While I had a close and hard race, I can truthfully say that I have the little brown remnants of the in- are present again, carbon bisulphide ed School district No 1, is now duo and a penalty of 6 per ent will be " nothing but the kindest feeling for any one that voted against me. Now sect's work. Worst of all the pests must again De usea. Carbon bisulphide is highly inflam-- , added after Aug. 15th. Call oa'm for a long pull, anda hard pull, and a pull all together, and a victory form webs in the grain which clog up the milling machinery when the mable and lire of all sorts raust be and get your receipt and iav extra will surely be ours in November. kept away from it. .It is dangerous cost.. . . 17 P. BTBVBN8,- -. ,. grain is ground. .i.Mi-w.- .r iiesDecuuim , i CoUettW WALLACE II. RILEY, s , To control stored wheat insects use even for a man who'.ls smoking to,3U f iNEW INSURANCE AGENCY jr I i n the primary last Saturday, but somebody had to lose. Wo aro for the ticket heart and soul, nnd wo hope every Republican nnd former Progressive will join in Its support. We should have S00 majority in Ohio county in November. The Glenn men fought a good fight, they were outclassed In many ways by tho Birkhead organization All that now stands between Judge Birkhead nnd tho third term Is Boh Slack. Ho "may furnish the Waterloo for tho Judge, Stranger things have happened in politics. I E. E. BIRKHEAD, ry ''tW . Hartford, Ky. 100-poun- lf 100-busli- el The present primary election law should either bo radically changed, or repealed. Its defects are many and Ib not the best means through which to make the strongest nomina tions. Besides it Is a very costly luxury to the various counties. Tho next legislature should either repeal It or correct its glaring defects. Ohio county had two chances to dhow in the Democratic primary, but lost In both cases. Both Likens and Glenn went down in defeat. Evidently the Democrats in the other coun-41think they can get along without our Democratic boys, and we advise them to let them do It. The oaly chanco to keep Ohio county on the political map in November is to oeloct Ohio County Republican Com- m -- i, nno. v(-v- ,.: rein-festatl- ... " I rs. T. J. WcddlnR and daughter, Miss Nora nnd son, Walter arc back from an extended visit to relatives in Texan. Mrs. Jennie I). Hamilton, Greenville, Ky., nrrlvcd In Hartford Mon-dn- y to visit her sister, Mrs. Kellx, this week. j,on Hood for top of Iteo Auto.' Finder please return to Dr. II. F. Ky., nnd reTlclicnor, Ilnrtford, 3tf. ceive reward. Lliilo Thomas, of Loulsvlllo Miss who has been the guest of friends nnd relatives hero, left Wednesday for Dawson Springs. will nrrlvc homo tho first of the week from a visit to relatives and friends In Centra! City nnd Greenville. Mrs. A. V. Ooodln, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Illrkhoad nnd Mr and Mrs It. T. Collins made n short trip toOw- ensboro one day last week. Miss KntTc Pendleton SEVERAL KILLINGS ON ELECTION DAY One Dead And Two Are FAIL ARRIVAL 4 MANY THANKS I To have your dress fit correctly you must Dying At Jackson. Free For All Fight In Fulton Wounds. Re- -, Jackson, Ky., Aug. 7. A sensational triple shooting occurcd at Quicksand, three miles cast of here, early this afternoon in an election i nffruy. I A nf.1 l.n.. I, li Bum iiittfiu auuiu lm- d ..!. n. i ,iuj 8(ltnR rcniarks to Grover Blanton. . a iiicairicai man, mm uianton Binp-pe- d tho lad, when Mart Clcmmons In' Misses Mary nnd Rtlicl Ilarnnrd, iiniifiitom nf Mr. T. It. Hnrnnnl re terfered, stepping between the two. Iilanton drew his revolver when turned Monday to their home nt Ellhu Allen took sides with the hoy, visiting In Hartford. after nnd fired, killing Clcmmons Instnnt- . . .,. , ... Mrs. A V Ooodln entertained the . f, Ladles Social Club last Wednesday flrng Ml pach Qther .,.., ,..,. ,. , ., In n chanuliiK manner nt tho home of t no u IC9HU ui iiiu piaiui uiiui ijuiu -- nl1.ii,inn. ner sisicr, mis. iu. r... uiiiich, ,lvlll nmi ,, nrn , mediator, Clemmons, Is Mrs. J. K. Howe of Owensboro nnd would-b- e hor daughter, Mrs. Uotts, of Jackson- - dead. At 4 o'clock Blanton was brought vllle. Fin., are visiting Mr. It. D. here on a special train to the homo Walker the brother of Mrs. Howe. ' of his father, Judge W. H. Blanton. Mr. J. T. Felix, who had been n mnti nnd rnennt. spending tho hist two weeks with ly engaged in a theatrical business , , ... .. . friends nt Sulphur Springs nnd Ola- -, ' ni ji iiCKsanu. save lor uns anuir ton, returned to Hartford Monday. and a slight disturbance at Pambowl, . ' to tne election passed off quietly in Mr. Douglas D. Felix went Greenville Saturday where he had ureathltt County. been invited to Join a party of thirty- - j Fnnn Hcrrcntlon. six young people who aro camping j The farmer is dependent upon his near Itochcster, Ky., this week. immediate environment for his so- Mlss Mary Warren Collins has re- cal pleasures. In communities turned from Elkton, nftcr visiting where the possibilities of nelgbor- ; her aunt, Mrs. C. E. Ilogers, accom- - hood gatherings and real community panted by her cousin, Miss Dorothy and his fam- Rogers, who will visit her grandpar-- . farmg Qn cnts Mr. and Mrs. Cox. !tlv0jBde must come, more or less, Mr. It. P. Tyro, who for some time from within. has been conducting a general store ( on every farm there are posslbil- on Main street, Hartford, has moved niea.for some equipment for play for his stock of goods to his storehouse tne children; and it Is rapidly be- In the Bennett neighborhood, three com)ng a recognized necessity that miles east of Hartford, where he and 8ome forms of play apparatus should I his wife will reside In the future. exat 0n every farm. Among the "T possibly outside pieces of equipment that are Every person who can posslb e for near . y every farm child . i so, snouiu uuenu iiiu gouu iuuub (made following: a sand-bi- n tomorrow. aro the meeting at Fordsville ZJ, movement is receiving the sup- - so It can be covered when not In This swing, dear to the use)-- ; a rope port of nearly all of Ohio county s heart of every child; a see-saprominent citizens and is a good as es thing worthy of a boost. Each indl- - volley-bal- l, croquet; quo should take it upon himself viuual . etc.. a tent or rude . ine horse-shoe-to maKC tne goou .roaas movement a shack, preferably built by the chll- go. Ohio county roads are bad and dren themselves, for their very own can be made beter. Get in line. playhouse; and a small slide which could be used as a toboggan in the POND nux. With the added enjoyment very busy winter. The people have been to your children's lives and their ap I ,.,,.,,.,, f tu thinim vou have thrashing wheat. Our school Is progressing nicely done for them, you will flnd your . with Mr. Boss and Miss Carrie Hus self more than repaid for the time i ,, , Cecil Stevens, of Louisvuie sell teacners. ovne,,Pl, Itev. Mrs. Misses Simla Robinson, Margaret Is tho guest of his mother, Jn the evenlng3- ,t would mako Tomerltn. Buth nnd Bessie Graham hom(j much mQre- attractlve lf thero Laura Stevens. supper at went to tho Ice cream fopm Qf mus,c and an 13. KIUDAY, AUGUST Mr. Fred" Uobertson has returned Green Brier Saturday night nnd re- - wenj gQme open flrC( fQr no two th,ngg tend to of ill helalth, from home, on account t ported a fine time. raw tUo famljy clrci0 into closer Miss. and family of comradeship then these. Unity, har Mr. Jim Duncan L., II. & ST. h. It. R. TIMB TABLE. Oak Grove, No. 115 duo at Ellmltch 9:20 a.m. Mrs. JiioTt. Mooro and daughters, Lone Star, visited Mr. Will Toraerlin mony and peace aro developed things No. 114 duo at Ellmltch G:15 p.m. Mary Ellen and Isabel aro visiting and family Sunday night and Mon- essential to every home. Tell stories I No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. Mrs. Martha Boss. day. or read to your children make Ar. Irvington .. 3:40 p.m. Thero was n crowd from hero went their interests yours, and to a cer- -j Wy-bo- x Miss Margaret Williamson, of Lv. Irvington .. 5:40 p.m. to Cool Springs Sunday and Bald that tain extent your interests and proIs visiting Miss Gayle Tlclicnor Ar. Loulsvlllo . 7:40 p.m. they heard n good sermon. blems theirs. Fit them as nearly as No.' Ill Lv. Loulsvlllo.. 8:35 a.m. and Miss Leila Glenn. Mr nnd Mrs. A. H. Boss nre both possible for the life they will have a. m. aiulMrsT e7 1). Cox'left yester- on the sick list at this writing. Mr. Ar. Irvington ..10:06 to live In their turn, and the greatLv. Irvington ..10:40 a.m. day to visit rolatlves at their old Mr. Bennlo Swain from Pnradice is est heritage you can leave them Is Ar. Ellmltch .. 1:04 a.m. homo In Ada, Ohio. visiting his uncle, Mr. Adam Fueton. thnt of a happy, contented childhood, Mr. Noal Hunter and wife of Ok- full of tender memories of comrade Mrs. Frank May, whowas operated . M., II. & K. K. " TISin'TAllliR Tuesdny, was getting along nicely lahoma aro visiting his father, Mr,. ship nnd true Interest In all that conon Routh Bound. No. 115 S. C. Hunter this week. when last heard from. Edwlna Individual. each cerns 8:45 a, in. Duo at Hartford Miss Mario"" Hardwtck, of Owens-bor- o Mary Layman, Colorado Agricultural North Bound, No. If Old Afjo Could lie Deferred. was tho guest of relntlves and College. 6:15 p m. Duo at Hartford, -- Whnt would bo the effect upon tho friends hero last week. (Both "Mixed Trains.) average length Storing Food Products. Mrs. Itandall Hunter ,of Pleasant world at largo If tho tub insi oi me uuiuki ....... Is visiting her sister, Mrs. I length of life could bo materially , .. i tfnnriiiv fnr Uldge, .. . .. .. ,..nin,if.ni .' if fnr iiistniinn. a ilruc siintild ho a time for canning, pre- ho were found which would put off old serving, drying and conserving Dawson Springs. Mr. Rayiuep TiT.slrwFo has been from tho orchard and the 'age for another twenty , Milwaukee, Mr. Ilobert Marks, of Loulsvlllo Is.peclallxliiB in German at Oil most farms there will it u ,11 film It In Imnclna a returned homo Monday. a. few days. homo for enlng of any other time of life than bo a surplus of these foods and the ' Tho Ohio County Fair "will com-- j For Violin Lessons, write to El Iprlso three days this year, uut inoy middle age. It Is tho only period problem is to savo them for future when tho clock appear for a while to needs. Mlott P. Orr, Beaver Dam, Ky. over. v. ,Bt hib irucs ijwvu ... atom larK, ul n...n.l,nrn l , will ho hotter than w""" Miss Mr. nnd Mrs. Prltchnrd. or Louislt factor lu the cost of living this year, youth WQuh, not bo youth visiting relatives In lluruoru. Qro v,sltlng UoVi u. D. Bennett," yoro not f,eetlnB, It would not bo Moro peas, Irish potatoes, sweet po- cameiopcB, watermelons, jasper iiubb""" .(ho father or airs, mwnura. Mr delightful, adorable or oven excusa-- . tatoes, to see his mother who is quite ill beans cucumbers, cabbage, onions, Miss Evelyn'Thomas left Wednes- - jjj0i it mUst bo evanescent. Mis Gertrudo Schlcmmer returned day for Island Station, whero sho j 0A ag0 is again, a period of move- - ( etc., have been planted this season ment. Wo cannot Imagine Its Indef- - than usual. It Is to our credit that we Monday after a visit in Calhoun. will visit tho Misses Barnard. "Lexington Is But at the top havo made use of a ravorauie oppor Mr. nobort Plrtle, of Misses Mattve" Duko"and Nancy Inlto prolongation. home nPlrtlo, his undo. Ford aro visiting their friend Miss of the hill we might surely stop with tunlty to plant more crops for Let us visiting Dr. J. advantage, at any use than has been the custom. advantage with great florin Flcner. noar Cromwell. Get youFBtociTready "for the .nj,,nt. Cnmn nf tlmni ,i. rate, to the community. 18. Ohio County Fair, Sept. 16. 17 & Mrs. Mtschko and son, Walter re trt...ll nnA n.Vu tnr mn.lorntlnn will nfoA nrpSPrvlnC. Dlckllng &nd vfsltlng her turned last week from a visit to Mrs. Mrs. S.'BrBennett la wk.t qi.. Timmna tirnwfin pulls "the snecisl Drocesses. for safe keeping. Lake, at Washington. Mlschke's mother In fcvansyiiie. mQ8t important daughter, Mrs. be Dr. ChalTW. DeWeese, of MartMiss Pop Nail left "Saturday for immense Increase work on the farm because It will be wick married In this city Tuesday to Louisville where ho will visit Bjrn,pathy wlthout passion, humor, the means of saving a surplus, much j Miss Nannie Napier, ot Roslne. wUhout blarUy fervor without fa- - of which would have been wasted. . This work should not be left to Misses pmmellne and Th,elma Ja- - nottci8m wouia take place. On the. Mr. Royce Iglehcart has returned goe, of Owonsboro, visUed their Qther handi we do deBire t0 Bive jn. ( "women and children." They may, from a visit t.o relatives In home great aunt, Mrs. Pen Tayjor, last creas6d weight In the community to and doubtless will, do their part, but 'those with whom comlfort has be-- ( the manager. and his hands should Monday to week. Mr, Perry Keowli left who has been In come essential, with whom convlc- - ( have a part In saving the surplus. Mr. Herbert Felix, resume w.ork,lp his position at Clovls, Importance State University the past year has tton Is shaken and the power df com- - This work' Is of sufficientIn lt, and If , New., Mexico. t have .a part all a 'short visit, blnatloa Is considerably lessened?. Jfor 1 come to Hartford for Mr. .Wilson; Of Fowuoc, Mlsai, In Lexington., we are to some extent' educated by ' necessary, at the exPense r otber jareatB, Ret. ano Mrs. He has been at work - j ' vUltUf lier i,fl t ana work- .- ' -- . -- . -- f slnceschool closed. . j , our children. have the right model in Corsetry. We have just received the very latest styles in the celebrated AMERICAN LADY CORSETS. suits In One Death And Several For the liberal cooper ation during our Second Semi-Annu- al Sale. We t carry them in the 50c, I Is-la- HUB CLOTHING CO Hartford, Kentucky. $1.00, $1.50 and $2.50 grades. Also in the ,., &y Misses'. A trial means always a customer. If never worn thismake,try you have ,,,,, ,...., MHMMiBHMMBVHBM West Ky. Seminary Announces the Opening of its ' one and you will be delighted with its .. perfectness and Fall Terra, September 6. 1915 And ngain calls the attention of parents and Common School Graduates of Ohio county to the following facts: Every Common-Schoo- l Graduate should be in High School this year for the entire year. We offer a four year's course and are accredited The standing of West Kentucky Seminary and the quality of its work are of the highest. Our instructors are able, experienced and efficient. Tuition, to those .holding diplomas, is free. Good, cheap board cin be secured in Beaver Dam. '. Our school spirif is genua ely enthusiastic and the boys and girls who come here to school ; LEARN. . wearing quality. Do this and remember that IT TRADE PAYS TO WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU ........ ,' J&xi&'&Gkx s) lTu : For further particulars, call upon or address Hartford Republican. J. LOGAN STILLWELL, Principal BEAVER DAM, KY. CROPS OF GRAIN I lit .- ...v - .J ,raJLiM. -T r.;.. .,, --- j.t. "" I I rel-ntlv- ro. ''v. '".t Texas 10,000,000. Kansas showed a loss of 12,000,-00- 0 In winter wheat, Oklahoma SMASH RECORDS Nebraska 4,000,000 and Missouri 3,000,000 while Ohio and Indiana showed an Increases ot bushels each. B II- Harvest Will Be Worth Over I White potatoes promise to exceed their former record production by ion Dollars At 103,000,000 bushels and sweet potatoes by 4,000,000 bushels. Other Lowest. Increases over record crops indicated include tobacco, 28,000,000 pounds; flax, 4,200,000 bushels; hay 2,400,-00- 0 Washington, Aug. 9. Three biltons, and ryo 1,30,000 bushels. lion bushels of corn, one and a half Corn prospects foil 20G.000.000 bumillion bushels of oats and a billion shels and oats IG.000,000 bushels bebushels of wheat are In prospect for low the records. this year's American harvest. Record crops of rye, white and sweet llecord of Lynching. potatoes, tobacco, rice and hay also The record of lynchlngs In tho aro predicted for tho prosperous farUnited States for the first six months mers who havo planted 310,546,000 anacres more than of the current year has been acres, or 10,000,000 nounced by Booker T. Washington, last year, to their principal pro head of the Tuskegee Institute as ducts. follows: The wheat crop tho greatest ever "I nnd, according to the records any country, will be worth grown In more than $1, 000,000,000, while kept by Monroe N. Work, head of the Department of Records nnd Research the corn crop's value may reach of the Tuskegee Institute, that there Estimates of the principal crops have been during the first six months thirty-fou- r lynchlngs In announced today by 'the Department of the year on conditions ot the United States. This is thirteen of Agriculture based (twenty-one- ) August 1, show that all crops will be more than the number year. Interest cen- for the same period last year. Of greater than last twenty-fou- r were ne-those tered on wheat and ,corn. Both 'groeB lynched and ten white. This is four over July conshowed Improvement ditions, though excessive rains and more negroes and nine more whites In cold weather In the Central States in- than were put to death by mobs 1914, terfered with threshing. Oats also the first six months ot negroes when and suffered In those States, but In other the record was twenty h of sections the Improvement more than one white, Eight, or the total lynching, occured in tne offset this. state ot Oeorgia. Only seven, six Cora Crop. almost negroes and one white, of those put Corn prospects Increased cent, of the total 100,000,000 bushels, with the princi- to death, or 25 per 30,-- r Lwere charged wn rape, aeuoub pal gains bavins been: Illinois steal000,000 bushels; Kansas,. 24,000, 000 the causes ot lynchlngs were, Nebraska, ing cotton, stealing, hogs, .stealing Oklahoma,.. 3f,0fi,000j .and meat- - and stealing a cow.'' "" 15,fl08,0te;.lowa,-JI,0- , I one-fourt- 1 ... ..... .IIhhhiI AH.l llWMfli- S) I IPTTal T(l rnilllTnV I WI1LTU WU 111. UUI 11111. 1'l MUM IU1IIH.!- lafln HOTEL LlO ! tlM lU LUUNlIil lately proceeded Ho Bowling Orcen. MAN U rALL j When' in about one rtnd a half--" '. Attorney Law mile from Howling Green one car . .a a .. i A: v?n 1c broke down and had to wait for an-- I Enforced His Own Theories of ftf "pSrct A.mtint iiAJmortD, kt. ! "V"1...0 i! i t y. i viuiidimiv mi u. VLT. tii tiiu riiwio other car to pull us In, so we reached .WASHINGTON, Will prabllci, hlff nituSitK to IMa ,n ,l10 d,P,0I,mllc service, by any mnn- S. Bowling Green at 3:15, sent the FreC-Trad- c, But Was Careful to Announced By and Adjoining counties. Comuiralal i ' "or of menus. President Wilson np- broken car to the shop, doubled up Hand Criminal Piacticu a Specialty, pointed Ills publisher to the chief dl- Lcam the War Scntimet. in others and proceeded to the Farm plomntlc post of the country, and lof M. O. Hughes, our dlstrlat far EUrAMEF nobody claims that Mr. Page hod any ngent, who took great pleasure In On one occasion at least since the special experience or gfs ns n us lift mngnlllccnt .farm, was .nSt? shewing' Philadelphia Aug. In a cltr where good hotcti of notes between this coun-- j mat. It was President Wilson who Law (bound, IbcPowbaUn hcd the Adam nnd Eve who brought about first we saw his 10 acres of line ., V ,,.r-e,r- . which had already madoi him try and Germany began President sent an Ohio congressman unknown the fall of man, but Xoah, according falfn It It firirin.the hert.of It Wilson hns.bcen quoted as listening to fame outside his own district to V, II, ll,ini.tj and C. B. MipaiB. countrymen. to a translation of a tablet .now In 1.Wo 19ns of, fi)tphay and was ready to . . r tho voice of the people. Ho was replace Ambassador Herrlck at 1'nr- 110 - to cut ngain, uns ncni woumiiJ. cm Smith announou that llk-- h.ivo form-- a the University of Pennsylvania JIusr a He then 'anxious to .know the sentiment of the Is. It was..... personal.. appointee of num. An nnnniiiinemont to this effect twice more this . season partiHTOhlji for tlio ........ . irmo- now wen no J responded j .'resident Wilson to the diplomatic to lift? large cattle barn where country, dc-was made toriny by n rciTrescntnUvd (ooljis of law, ezctipt cnlniln.il and dlvor Is to bo Judged from the fact corps who distinguished himself by Jcisok, ilr, 6111IU1 bulug Couiiijr Attor-,n-J- y of the museum. Acordlng to the lie feeds ,100 head of cattle per, year, J thereto De- tub- - it was here that wo found the open . tha l,w country stands solidly back slapping .,a queen ton the back. flimi0Ptnfi ffiinnincv fniiml on the .. la provYUtod from praculvlng suck , .,II . .I . nnaa WUkU...... rr n .. i '(II I11II1 nilll niv vuiHou isiiitju l,n uup i ovi nib I'vuiuyi tiin twin nltrAtol ttm- fit fl f I ! 0 n uu Ian. .iivt tut:i;iiui IccitwA Mr. lliiriiist will Individually let, which Is said to have been writ-- J shed for cattle feeding of which wo wk tributes lavo been pent to nil the Offlc-v- j ten before tho days of Abraham, and have read so much about nnd find pursued. .TiirSr: dcetit bucIi practloe. la This was In marked contrast to j places of trained diplomats all over by Dr. Steven Langdon, It very convenient, we also saw there Hartford ltpublluui bulldlug, Harttrasnlated The Towlialan n rrffntJ, - j the wood stave silo In Its true Bense, the policy he adopted relative to the tho world, but the discredit of the ' clulvf, and restful. Its excel professor of Asyriology In Oxford Unford, K" Free-Tradlent location on Pennsylvania In regard performance belongs much more to ' lverslty, England. Noah was order- - seeing Its weak points we soon de-- A question of Avenue, 18lli and II Strcett, ' of makes it a iletiraMe headquar-te- n nnr in P.it nf Mm cnslstft tree lii the elded Oint we should not build this to that ho followed his own mind, President Wilson, the T. WAIU:sntlT()N lor lriJl couple, tourist on tie. iiAiiri. n..,i,n r nnrn,iicn n n.i wt.an lm ,iu. mnkp. we then went to his clover flolil although the country was strongly tho National Civil Service Heform lattici, conventions. Schools anj t'riHiinrll, Ky. Ilnrtfonl, Ky. colleges. , we saw a plain demonstration opposed to It. The result speaks for Association than to Col. Bryan, the j where obeyed the curse fell upon him. The Powhatan " attracts the ' ilsclf- - Tho conditions which have frank spoilsman. & MARTIN , STRATTON people ot culture ant education. Tho curse was that he should have of what lime would do for soil, de- brought nbout as the result of Its proximity to State, War ami Tho membership of the federnl i bce" 111 health and an early death Instead ,cidedly in fatpr of the lime. Attorneys at Law Departments, also to manf Xatv rnvpnun nnlv nntlnv trade commission, referred to by the ,1 i.i ti...i.. ,1 interest, points ol historical wiuii wiiwtii; itii Jiu&us, of living to be 50,000 years old, like uiuau 'tho Tariff for -' ".? ,.....w.- News, gives evidence of the devotion CROMWELL, - KY. especially atmakes this hotel whose car had broken down In his 'voice a loud protest and the sltuabis ancestors. tractive to a discriminating pub Will practice their profession in thltv ur- of the present administration to the lie 'State Nor- - tlon regarding Protection y to thoanubvlncemdnt"? car. we tUenMvent A'ccordlnK and djoluluj;. counties. CollectlotiN The Powhatan offers rooms ges that he listen to tho demands of spoils system. The spirit and the Coiiimerclarva'nd Criminal Practlco made today, Dr. Langdon bestowed mal also tnanaged by Jlr. Hughs, with detached bath at Si. SO, $2 00 and up. Booms with priletter of the law were violated by reon the subject of the fall .'There we found another large field tho country. much labor Specialty. Prompt and vigorou vate fcatb, JiJ0t Jt 00 and up. There is a crying need for radical fusing representation to the party of of, .ma", not only in translating tho"1 of 'rod clov'cratjl alfalfa mKe'd-anservice- - Notary In office. write tor looVlct with nup change In the policy of the adminis- opposition on the federal trade comtablet; but In comparing it with golno of life finest hay wo ever saw. CLIFFORD M LEWIS. Jdanager. every known tablet or historical ac- -' Mr. Huths told us that this flel'd had tration. Tho Industrial life of tho mission, a body which must be frtie - J from partisan use If it is to be tof count of any Hind, Aaa well as with 'already made four tons of hay fp the country can be given the encouraget WIS. the account given, 'In lite Dook of ! ilero and would 'be cut again" and ment which It needs only by sup- service. The dominating ligurc (in 0 I'l'lHiilfHHHUiHtHbm.lH' there was a,nice Held of sweet clover plying the assistance through now that commission, Is the secretary of Genesis, i . , legislation. It means the abandon- the Democratic national committee. Dr. Langdon, according to the an- - also. We then returned to theJSIan- ment of ideas which have been high- The federal reserve banking board jls artij TRDT-vrlnrj In says that this tablet Is , sard Hotel for the night. nouncement made most economical, cleansing anc THAT PA1t'lrt,,tlicnitLorvwtii, t car jii least 1,000 years older 'than the The 'nctimornlnpr we started, out ly treasured but which have been crats. up entirely of deserving Demo- Thogermicidal 1lnM, ftilU Cll JbUUlVUClVM. ' .No administration since Jackof. Till antiseptics la, Genesis account, and, so far as Is about 8:30 and went about 10 .miles ' tried aml fouml, wanting. I , lBjmlfl. ity cr irtrj. for, FHCC trfnn WIletller "e wU appreciate the fact son's time has been I known", 3s Uie ojdest record. tof tjhe,j on the Louisville and Nnsjrvlllq.plko ft rmvanjj CNCCS.Prfl.r. I BUN- PASSINQ Rircr eort in existence. Tiie taiiiet was to Will Closso's farm. And Jthere that Inasmuch as It has paid him to partisan all along the line In its ap" on9 n,nit.bl Ilnt( wrll tolurlmUuUt B3-0listen on one occasion and apply the pointments to public places. Wlxy, Snwonth written more than 4,000 years ago, we found 100 head of baby beeves WASHINGTON, Streat. Ot C- Ilryan the i5,0Q0 years, and evidently beyond a doubt the best to build, but same reasoning when Jt comes to therefore try to malce .possibly meeting domestic needs remains to A soluble Antiseptic Powder, to records a tradition which goes back a little expensive. Mr. Clos3 also 1 be dissolved in water as needed. to the early Tilstory of man. The iceus about 4UU nead or cattit, we be disclosed, but it should prove a hnrm For Sale. Babylonian and' Sumerian accounts enjoyed looking at Iris fine barn)i. He most valuable tip to him. AHA nMsrllrlttnl tltltteAnlU a .lAtinUnn m-150 Acres on Hartford and nockp)r In UfAtlng .catarrh, intlammatlont 0 has it arranged very convenient!; place the flood at something like road. 1 2 mllos from Uroctdnay and ulceration of nose, throat, nnd that We then went to. Mr. J. R. CUaney B Ciand'the lap&e Of time 2 miles from Rockport. Schoolboute caused by feminine Ills it has no equal. catFOR FLETCHER'S the creation and the flood is and. Sons, who have the largest For ten years th Lydla E. PInkham sdge of farm and church n on "filled by ten kings, who reigned al- tle barns In Ky. They have twelve MedlplRg.Qo.ha8 recommenJed Paxtlno Three roods pass dwelling h 000, years, an 'average hundred acres of land and feed $x or . together' 432, In their private correspondence with Weekly which 1b on Hartford R. F. D. Of 43,200 years each. The reason seven hundred cattle per year. tHere women, which proves its superiority. ! Most of land perfectly level. Any Women who have been cured eav Not a Politician. that later kings reigned comparativ- wo found 100 head of baby bBaves Tiitie-in- ' If a man Is tpo proud to beg and on; desiring to purchnso farm, will 4 It Is "worth weight In gold." Am ely snort periods Is' that Noah sinned almost ready for market. Thesfttcat-- , tlo would weigh about 800 pounds too honest to, steal, declares Jerome, wcQl to Investigate. Price roasoni-ble- . uruKEisuj. poq., jarge dot, or by mall, in eating of the cassia 'tree. '' uu luaioa ipuej ua, uoston, Masa.. J iVHkMIB I Apply for further Information this Vear and were about one year old. HMr. h has no business getting into poll "jT 1 tics. Memphis CommercIal-Appea. foUitr'$t.his bw ' to BARNETT & SON. Agents. Chaney purchased Ah lEAsy, Pleasant Iiaxatlve. these cattle In oiuato.3u. now 1 One or two of Dr. King's New Life Panhandle, Tex., last Novembeand the pUc,ls secured PJJJb with a tumbler of water at they have been In his feed barns Form, Near Whitesvllle, For Sale. aconcestl&n theresssssssssssssrlS ' 'J j night. No bad, nauseating' taste; no since. We have listed with us a good 10S by we can offer if belching, gas. Go right to bed, Wake XiiTCrxoTunTzjrrauriaoflBi: It was on this farm that we found t4H- - further r-Judge; Ben D. RIngo, Attorney; W. morning, enjoy a free, easy the home made silos simply built out acre farm 44 miles South of reduction In iip In the P. Mldkiff.Jailer; E. ,iiJlarrass. with tills. Operated by "owel movement, and feel fine all of rough green lumber, he has three Whitesvllle, about half of it bottom Clerk; E. E. Dlrkhcad, "Master Compublication. 4lay. Dr, King's New Life Pijls are which hold 300 tons. of silage pach. land, and forty acres In timber inmissioner; R. T, Collins; Truster Mold by all Druggists, 36 In an origi- After viewine his nice cattle and In cluding 58 gnm, besides various other Hotel Company Jury 4'und;. S. O. Kb&wn, Shcrltff Speqfl Offer Readers nal package, for 25c. Get a bottle specting his barns and alfalfa fields trees No buildings. See us for nar.iioui. uepuues q s. a. Dratcher; I'rZrJrT? TT 7T. Keefcnlunf.ltenrtit.drmasorjfWm'j Fra it Under New Management the new price, we have made arranjtmtnts to enjoy this easy, pleasant we went to Mr. C. A. Smiths place, prices. i fMiJJ. ji'I.-: ?CoHn jiiuiwjc-vjvrach wiun voiweueaiirirV yt.iiflcMtaodTmrounjiLitlifition . in u one it'Jtt' 2 where we Inspected his barns and laxative. BARNETT & SON, Agents. anmiuj-- . ir,iqDiicuiLtasj faionr. jtomi4ju.jn .tjEoruaryw and eoitl.nliw T. QUISENBERRY. tawpsiucuiunMvanugeoiiiromptjjr. three home made silos, which we fou&d to Ohio County Farmers go visiting. Makinsc Krian The Goat. be of the first class which were erect- Rates $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 per Vdy two weeks; third Monday In October, What Yoa Get ia Coll ler s-two weeks. The blindness of administration On August the 2nd, farm demo- cd of rough 'green lumber. Wo be' : - Countj-CoUMeals 25 Cents. JolmBiAViiiiSn? fsB&SiCTiiCMr'arJn4rrartfS'MI' , nstrator, W. W. Browder, with several came thoroughly convinced thati"thls partisanship is seen in the following WMKiy si tne whole country. rol oiy IS It tkr 'A Best In the city for the money. v., ti. smitn, Attorney, Hartford. farmers all of whom are contemplat- - Is the silo for us to build for the frora the Chicago News: miKiiine (or the wlielc lumlty. Amcnt tie' Court convenes first Jiondav'iu each -. llimcs lint S I (.us tulicjipttgn illtl tici - Special attention "Mr. Bryan Is a man of inconsislng the building of silos and also in- present, being insured that It can be to tho traveling month. ' 1000 EdltortsU terested in the growing of alfalfa and built for $100 or less and thatj: tho tencies. Along with admirable mor- - public. Quarterly Court Beclna on th. ' 600 News Pkotos other modern farming, left Hartford silage keeps perfectly. We don't seo al traits he combines spoils Ideas 250 Short Articles first .Monday In every month. ISO Short. SlorM. any reason why we In Ohio County with reference to appointments In Court of Calms Convenes first at 9 o'clock in automobiles for OWENSBORO, KY. Features 100 IUu.tr-.le- d Tuesday In January and first Tues2 Complete. NoreUk and othpr'adjacent terri- should be without silos, as'they will public olllce, Ideas that are subver- day in October. Ela far eslj tories, we stopped at Heaver Dam and pay a large per ceut on the invest- slve of the public welfare. As secCollier's $2.50 Other County Officers C. S. Jlox-loretary of state he embarrased tho gathered up others, making a crowd ment. Surcjor, FordsvUle, Ky., It. Hartford Bepubllcan P. D. No. 2; Tom nines, Assessor, We find that these feeders realiz President by giving important posiOlaton, Ky.; Ozna Shulta, Superining the value of manure, keep their tions in the nation's diplomatic sertendent, Hartford; Dr. A. II. lllley, cattle in their barns during the en-ti- vice to various men without qualifiCoroner. Hartford; T. H. Benton, feeding season making hundreds cations, simply because they were Koad Engineer, Hartrord. his political friends. X conspicuous of loads of manure which is being JUSTICES COUltTS. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft-o- r hauled and spread on the fields, mak- instanco was- tho appointment of Succeed when everything else fails. 3d Monday in March, Tuesday art-e- r WOSVSAN James Sullivan as United States min ing their grounds rich. In nervous prostration nnd female 3d .Monday In June, Tuesday aftweaknesses they ore the supreme From Mr. Smith's we returned to ister to Santo Domingo. That aper 3d .Monday In Soptember, Tuesremedy, as thousands have testified. 3d .Monday in December. iiowung Suffered Everything Until Re- , for homeureen ior tinnier nnti started pointment attracted much attention FOR KIDNEY, L.IVER AND day after Mc Daniel. Koeknort. ifrirtn MmfmW W.i,,l liw.ia L. A. . at 1:30, reaching Hartlord whilo Jlr. Bryan was sill In olllce. after 3d Monday in March. Pri.t;iv M.m.b rniiumaPftfeet fit. Impllclty Sn4 c5,;?,,cd ',r "I,e- stored to Health by Lydia at G p. m., all feeling that they had Jlr. Sullivan has been removed by STOMACH TROUBLE rellabllltjr nurly 40 tears, holj in ifeatl after 3d JlonJday in June, Friday I, It is the best medicine ever cold every city srnl tovn In the Unilcd JjUtcs rd E. Pinkham's Vegetabeen amply payed for their time and President Wilson since the retireafter 3d Jlonday In Soutombar. Canadi, or by mall direct. .More toM tlno ever a druggist's counter. ment of Jlr. Ilryan from the cabinet. Friday after 3d Jlomlav in n,.. any outer maKe. bend lor lice catalogue. money. ble Compound. ssssssmassasiBssassa McCALL'S MAGAZINE ccmber. Wp bee no reason why the farmers "The new secretary of state, Jlr. More tubscrihers than any othet fllhloo S. W. Leach. Oromwoll. Wpinrinv migarlne-mllll- on a inontlu Invaluable. LaU Florence. So. Dnkotn. " I nan.l rn lm of Ohio county should be without Lansing, a man trained in diplomatic after 3d Jlonday in Jlarch,, Wod- mi aiy.es. paucrn nreaamaklnc, inlllinery, rery sick every month with bearing cattle on our lands, with silo and clo- - service and therefore appreciating the plain aewinp, fancy nrcdlcwoil,lulnicllnj, uuBuny auer au .Monday In Juno. YOU Wednesday after 3d Jlotfdav In Kn.i- - year pooh ttnrtc. etc. Only eiOTUcue, uown pains and ver fields to furnish such cheap rich value ot fitness and experience in (worth double), deluding a free pattern. bnckache, and had tWil wlinn un nn linvo It tnr riipIi that bcrvlce, may be expected to tcmber, Wednesday after 3d Jlon- Subtense tuday, or lend lor sample conr. SSWAVnrvaSTSTe ,un,irfiarrrt. aay in uccerauer. headache a good a ,,ttIo outiay of ,0ney, and we know ' political considerations in to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue H. C. TJchtfnor, yI Centertown, deal of the time and or recommending appoint anilccwcaihpriieofTcrs. AUdrcis Y a largo per making after 3rd Jlonday in each verv lift!., .nnfttlh,. ll wi" " bounrt to tBI McCiil CO. 23 to : W. 17U SU NEW VOU month. Tho pains were so . ecnt on ,10 Investment, so let us get ments. The effect of this upon the Treatment bad that I used to lllsy a"d "'"P I'aco with our sister diplomatic and consular services ot sssssWBkJHHsV Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesda the nation must be beneficial. The 'IsssssssssssssK Vm Mt SV for WEAK after 2d .Monday In Jlarch, Tucsdu sit right down on tho counties. after 2d Monday In .May, Tuesda floor and cry, be- Wo feel that wo owo very much change from spoils to merit stand-1- 1 ssssssssssssssssKlsssV LUNGS or after 3d Jlonday In August, Tuescause it hurt mo so 0f these tilings we aro learning to our ards Is one of tho incidental benefits and CURE day after 2d Jlonday In November. and I could not do never tiring .v- duo to Jlr. Dryan's retirement. agent, w CONSUMPTION It farm W. S. Dean Dundee, Wad any work 171 I times. An at those Itrowder, who has spent l(is life will make eaasler tho carrying out'-- .. ndsday after the Jlonday In WITH old wo mention this paper we will send you Jlarch, Wednesday second 21 Jlonday III I I man advised me to try Lydla E. Hnk-bwn- 's farming and made a success of, farm- of a rational program for thb im- - a Bottle FREli by mail a quick relief for In Jlay, 'Wednesday- after after 3d Jlonday provement of the dlplbmatlc ahd con- - that tired, .1 feeling, coughs, pains Vegetable Compound and got n ing and studying ,farm problems. ,n chest night sweats; hemorrhages, weak Jn August, Wednesday .after 2d Monbottle. I felt better the next month so sular services of the United States'. HENRY M. PIRTI,E. day, in November. X took three more bottles of . and got I Ben' P, IUce, PorVlsville. Tuesday "Under present conditions this is tungi or consumpuon. TIT PHICR tone box en after 2d "Monday" fn Jlarch, Thurssswi o 1 coum worn an mo time. 1 a matter of' immense Importance. J. OHIO MEDICAL CO. FOHrCWfiUS Me 81.00. COUMau$,D. day Ver A. Sprained Anle. Jjope every woman who suffers like I did after 2d Jlonday .In Jlay; Thurstrial Bottla Free saULIDa Ogdeu Armour told tlie federal'trade AWB ALt.THH8ATAMDlUr.BTW9UilE8. -day affer 2d, Jlpnday In A,uguBt, TIf lyou get ia 'bottlo jof Chamberwill try Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable tx-R-- y j ir 1 Thursday of ter 2d Monday In NoCompound." Mrs. P.W.IiANSENG, Box lain's Liniment andiobserve ithe di- commission tlio'other day'that'Amer-lea- n aVASANTJUBO A7I9FAOZ0STf OVER OS YEARS' ' methods employed In 'conducting t vember."" " Alhyn, Wash. , ft rections' given .therewith faithfully, , EXPERIENCE I Bea fW. Taylor, nalph.Prlday att- foreign trade must 'lie Improved' if Why will women continue to suffer day you will recover in. much less time ,HssasHasaHasjHfl e,r,2d.JIondaiylip. March, Friday, after the lnUdd' States 'Is to' seciire all the Ja and day out or drag out a sickly, half- - than' Is usually required. Obtaina- Wiicfits 2d Jlpnday In FrWay. after iid. iHhV.iL '1 L J;'M 'td be had in ''competition' JIondiynJn'Adi?uBt,PrIday''ifiJr' Sd s fcearted existence, missing m with 'Eurdbd ble everywhere - ' 'i Hl . I.. after 'thd 'clodo of 'the iuonaay ln November. ' ) c the joy of living, when they can And I I S 'I I II' II , llAJtTFOnftWppLiqR CPUliT,- - j present war.' ''One of the lmprdve-- 1 Jxltfa ip Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable VI r t Compound? Doctbr's Office 'and' Dwelling for fiale. nveiits heeded Is 'better governmbnt j n i ,T1DE IrlAMUa ; DcatON'' ' We have listen for Bale two acres rep'reV6iitat!lbn 'lh foreign tradb cen-- 1 wui i jr i,oro iv 113 ue me Biana- aacuirn iJIarahal; Court cenvenea secoetd JlonJ' tKtJfSilM.JfUiHtiiX.IUilntirMri.l 1 rr.sWi.! ' - OOfVRIaHTKAC.' J umln .! Till. "u L.Tl. l cooa." grouna containing ". '. ' . ot- - ters. This cannot be secui-e- 'so lone .....?. aaa F c day In,, .each mcnth, nu """ j (lmIi j, jv"fD v,a , aociors anyaBtsenmnfa skerhsn4leseriptlnn may ( uriWrt .our uidnuwi Trss City CounoU-r-J- . ,r,,ion,d?ofw.omcn!flco, dwelling, alV'hecessary as political m'ethbds of ma'klng' ap- - qultklr utIs probablyTtVtshlC' oastucr aai Her,, Mayor;, h. Buliun Jirttlv.Uk Vtthton nui W.I luyentlnn ommuniri,. artta hire IWeri . ;i. T&A- '. i. ' T. Collins. Clerk: J7 E. wttntt mnjejlt Hijjaltnt. 2 wells water, 1 cistern polntments'to thd 'Airierlcan fdrelgn tldas free. DftonDilOiiiUUliAWljeWcnWIeou I Jrfeat axsi.cT for aecuruia: Dslonta. displacements: Inflammation. urer. Members of Council J. G.,,ttes4- -, ' BMMTlocMotor eih ' falenn usaviMunB ATOo. rvoiMV '?3aMnssjrrittiefi ucimlww. A'e allowed tb1 VreVall."' . w rlta r mv n. La u. tUUmotHfj m It hou okars,stb vfecfsssion, tuntora irregularitiee, etc. and orcnar. nettw Capt.A. p. White' t Bf Pate, tU'ijaisiktlArVsWtW4rstieas,l wTrtaCi "m radius bl 'Wa's'onef b!b. llryan's 'tUndanJe-rita- r pIwiVm- WffWBTON. 'adrlco wrlfe to II If yaa wait wca'knesBed lha't lie' could Vol ie'e'the . fro1?!. - JfssssVPls1fckirtedlclBeC. (confl. A aauaffasssessssvalSHaaTa Boferd"aWtejtlo1i-JJ?i- n. Hartfdrd. unwisdom' of appointment's mad e1' on euiVffd Iff 'StrmMM ??cmKrra?i?iT. ; ilBltoU Ly 1 Maw. Toar letter will PTO Ca)l.qn.qr. aqdresa . B.,iOarori,- - CkWa.i C1.1JC. JaarMtt vl s "!- -. avsesUt re4 M aawerr4. kj A I Ky. AM mm w unci coBHaeace. Sltf Jin unfair to blame ."Bryaff for fc 9iwi ll r 1 1 P en n nOAn LlUuLU 1 t. " J s" PtT3 ocjre rlcttr,BoaTcr Danr at'T) : 3 o u 1 1 1 U 1 1 V II A! Tn'nd airbed ftt'JtorBnntfrwn at li:30, HILL W.LtlU.l ,. I , , nil .. ... .. 'cl the manifest weakness of the presonLL, natlonnl administration's diplomatic nnd permit President lw,lson' wthout whose such appointments could not be made to go without criticism? . "PPc-111"01"I Trc"fiijtcfiEi,i Otto C. Martin at I I '.. ' "l I POtVHMM D.C. ( S.U dlplo-oxchan- Barnes e ' Attorneys at Si Smith y I . ' ... .... ... I I ... i -- . ... T 1 j e. ! to-th- e I f d 1 SPECIAL TO WOMEN -- AHnB.-T"x"r'- 1 more-narrow- ly 35,-'O0- Children Cry dR?fT!:.I2 CASTORIA Ir.'.' Nati$i Firat ClubsColics -- bllie.'s mu ..U-tXl- $2.50-indnena- e Planters House Planters a,T "r, tef6y 3ro rt udgerV.-"J.-BiantanBhiK'rkt4. I - en y, IN suoh mu ro CRIED Electric Bitters $2.50 IP m W I f t JvtiET WSrkT'FTzmW rd mSff WILL TAKE OUR I FREE Sat-urda- ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssW Lr KILLthcOOUOH the I tiCSf WIIM Dr. King's - run-dow- n Now Discovery -i three-fourth- .. 3l iH. WjaXjjjy.gypjEqt 1 I ;jj I sJ'J IJ Ip -- 1 '; . ,'"lh '!''?' p&Wo;xsX.(s; tBtiW&lffllX&S&l mX lJ sjlal 1 1vtirw?tu,ms?m $ If 'ta. ,, mwm: ..Jteias. h""". tibimr, :"Efsi5SSEM SZFJiXg1 Wnfl V ' "" sa.:?irraEaaasiKkcra:5a yBgBiiHHBai n i I ElflREt-tnilll- E' Well, he is th jJeVf Frank! nloylng third for Ummore nt tWkpf tKfs f PAPER.SEES IT 1 1 , - j tv.ti . - t aaai aaa Baaaaaai aaaa jinks the Wilson Arfministrai .,- Foi-- Infantttend Childroiffil 'tion.May Have to Sacrifice Its, Tariff Principles. .,'" .?. ji.1 1 - . WVu w" trtz lS'v" J kWSm aaaaaw Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria i a' i4i.i7i "' I3". ftH IKd a t rnttni.-.- 1 PEn CCNT. AclnblcIYcpaiatioaforAJ' ;it' ;ss slmllaUnftllicroodnnancdwly f.nAtUf lnin.vhc.MidIVftVilS(B I Always Bears tlio Signatviro of jl rjrtWBTiTTTTTlTiTa: rromolcsDicslioafJiccrfd; iicssimdltelfbnuuBBu f M A3 - Not Narcotic. jvnvlm SrtJ' . OnlunaroipUnBiiorillMBi MeTSSSsaatesat W iHnlaSMUT flStHrynanntf ."MHI1 3 mil V KiU ni' Y&z&Pg ii n a ,fv ijr i AU' In IossofSlwi. j Jiuuia"'" .i J l m Am. Use For Over Jac Simile SJInMco1 :n5cSMEnC0MP!nC wv yuivrw. aa Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC CtNTHUM COHMNV, fcW tin. Starck Pianos No Money in Advance Sndnfoo" (loa Gna Torma aaleod LoweistNet Pa o t or y Prion 15 is a' -- ie i A ,lmaisaaaaaBaaaaaaMp,:'.aaalaJ w Saving oi SlOO to II P. A. STARCK S2n From ai3SBjaMB4j3pa sr a ajajaj Foe-lor- y Direct 0VGffO. iaUP kml test this piano Wo will biiId vou a beautiful Starck Plann for 30 (lavs' freo trial. In your Kn rnfth tiavment reiiulrnri. All wp nslc in that vnn will nt.iv unun. use for 30 days. If. at tha end of that time, you do not tlnd It the mgncKi pnuie, sweetest toneu ana nncst piano in every way, mat you nuvo ever Been for the money, you aro at perfect llber'.y to send It back, and we will. In that event, nay the frolcht both ways. This Starck Piano must make itooil with you. or mere is no saie. tinmp. , 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL ii" in aii-li- 'l In tlie Pf ilccsorthat ure you upwards of $150.00 lurnisn your piano, we guarantee to Save $150.00 or Mir .VIh .II.m., Ia nt trnm mi. tatiw at Easy Paymants Toil pay n cash down, but after SO dayi of trial, you can begin payment on the low-ca- t, by a piano easiest terms crcr sump-stc- mi you piano for the money than you can You are assure! of rrcuring secure diewhrre. a satisfactory iweet toned durable high grade piano. tttr ault your .convenience, and It Is. possible for you lo brjr a pkno for your name', Without rr.ls.liir the miney. manufacturer. These term! are arranirrd to OR.Vaen Citsyasefaa Krerr Starck Piano U uarantcrd for !1 yean. Thla guarantee ha back of It our 35 yeara of plaoa experience, and the repu tatlsn nf on reontible piano houae. We bare constantly on banJ aliirhtlj' used tnimhe- piano of alt and second-han- .Sfatak larr it 60 Frea Musia Lassons To rvery purchaacr of Btarck Pianos, we gie free music leaaons. in one of the best known achoola In Chicago. Time Imsoik you ran take In your own home, by mall. Thla represents one yrar a tree Instruction. standard make) taken in ex. change for new Starck FUnof The follow.. and I'larer-Planoenderfulilnstrumetts, and ' tag are a few sample bargain! r "wilt be picase.1 with the ' i Cr ry liwl prices' id wWih"' Weber 'Z.ToyiiZ'L Wu 82.00: iV'F. Steinway 80.03 .- -i Plana Baab Fraa . Chickerlnz ."v iT y.r Denu touay ior our new KJmbaU 95.00, pManJ ibfkuUhltiy llliiitiMtt-195.00' .ixxvt wmen. gives jrou i Starck ( I larret amount" of Ihrorma ojti'.-..-ti?-i Uttt4,e5' t .'". pl &rJl'li,"ln you.1- Nayar-fjt- N; 'Srarck PlarerPland l.the hinit) and rwyt heautt rui riayer nings on sue markets ." 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M I 'tup rirvniNii a aa I r)lordaetiwaJpatlt chart, showmi hcih ru HAtfrnlTva IwnkWt fre. t l.nau. .lMr -- riJ ' - - - .4eea4a4ett Jo IJ Ml p0 I'llV. ".. zo . ' HIII'FALO TRANSIT CO. ClevaUnd. Ohio. k -" fwr in 1 "1X1 aef aaaaf' i ' fc' I '' 'r " " ' "f'l , l..'l '" U .' , I. 1)1. Hi 't U ' '' ' rf ' tn n llWjefVaUI7'tf i i iin u '- IK ID Piastbfcr, Decorator1 a'td v . uob? "' t" j, j fix J( ,....-,...... r,,," Tr ,c," ..(.ta .ajiliit ijjUUirqle0erx1pj?xiqnqBwiH.ur..pBoi worKmen, ana can i ' J toHtr-flCtbr'I.il. , I II :t C.IC I -' MOSS 'I ; ,a4.;. J pit li sot(i' ' e' IT Kf A 1 'tJrT.f in! f - xwmmmmmmmmmm . . . .. .. . iii"-VJJ'.- V" ..... ,. '''-- v UHO - 'Uflt -- "' '' g iWsi.aiitafiaH'tii 1 II ; ; &IUli.M9.irnIaOiMIt0r ..ascucx CT " ) ffff9mi. "' a'"w vt" ' iWW9M r &m n ffMnrR'T'' f,dOffiScinati'rtPOTd,' Kyj ' "cli1srVfed1,''-'iOillT,T.iy r . ' enti'' l0 wt l" k 'J ai $': : Lewis' Loose Talk. -y . "i Senator James Hamilton Lewis, of I aaaaaaaaa,i'WaafcX. ' Illinois, In an address before the ' ! .1 1 mm.' jaaaaaaaaaaTLrr. i Wt' 'i a North Carolina Bar association, prei MaaaaTaaaBaWsvirana ' afi'T1' I dicted that Russia, Germany, Japan and China would some day be arrayed in arms against the United States and suggested, as a means of warding off the consequences of such a combination against us, that we perfect v.'i.K c .'&'5tBBJimTVT? iy2mmv I iiuimKJ.i. an alliance with the governments of I alaaat A -South America for the defense of the hemisphere against foreign aggresii full of life and action, filled with.the k. sion. n mWmyfv' 'iJAi fire of fine inspiration and followed Senator Lewis' prophecy is about 1 by 250 short stories of adventure,' ' as valuable as most of the forecasts ii win mane of world alignments. It is easy to get us such a war as Senator Lewis predicts as any other, In the imagination, and no greater waste of time. Senator Lewis Is one of the in dwellers in the realm of pshchology Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page,-Girland rhetoric, and his visions, If not Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a, ton of fun," Articles of convincing are at least picturesque. Travel, Science, Education. From the, best minds to the best But Senator Lews is more impresminds, the best the world can produce fpr you and everyone sive in his prophecy than in his remin tne,nome. i nere is no age edy. Among all the republics of en-trlimit to'ehthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free and South America- - there are not Youth's' Compa'plpn. , If you do not know- - THE COMPANldrf more than two or three with which let us aend you Three Current laauea permanent, dependable arrangements FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your '52 Times a Year ' request. could be made. The procuring of ' ' not 12." most-orevolutions is a profession In ! Those who subscribe now. aendins $2 I1S ''I P. '' ' . for the 52 iasuea of THE COMPANION More good, reading (ban you will these "republics," and .all any forfor 1915, will receive The Contpaniao i getin.any of the monthly eign nation would have to do In order Home Calendar FREE. '- ' ,r magazines. to repudiate any treaty made with i . i j,i-auts&iwKirilUNS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE t the United States, would be to furnTHE HARTFORD KEPUBtlCAN' A ND YOUTH'S .COMPANION, BOTB. ish the money and the ammunition And ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75'. ' ' to set up a rival government. If we had treaties of alliance with i' i i t all the "republics" of all the Amerit.J i u to t ,, would be a cas, tho combination fi.f .c t rt- - j source of weakness rather than a UWC . strength to us. If a stable governi LV ment is ever erected in Mexico, such Recommends CliajrTWrlalHV-Ooll- c, an arrangement with that republic, liqJalhJ ;t.n.n m'M bus ,Clinleru and Diarrhoea? Tlemfedy. protecting our southern border might lliI .. haverieVeF hlstlatedTo' rec&m-- , be desirable. But all the troops and The ) ' I.KrWl.111 t ", flTr ' (t ' 1M X A.IIiU,ft!S,'' Mf all the ships that could be contribut The . U76 r- -i 'andt3la'rrnoeS,hUe'ny.''cwTltWJSoV ed to an international army by all Williams', nierchant: JesSe.Tenn. "I the Latin countries would amount to The jREgy.Bicpf afyj .,,,.(.,,. J.pft sen' mart)' or it haH76'fSrir'otherVi, while the responsibilities and ,lltj:le, tdrMlo"nTof ny'hWctetV VtiaVe' dangers we would take on by under-atn- g THEi TSQrid'' i'tfYaVe' mj used ft" myseif and guardianship of the whole REPDBncAN-andLouiflvill- e Daily H6faldi.,..'..,i,.t... 8'.60 i trie-rKfttSf (hari atiyWthVelse I'hitve .coast line of two continents, south .The . ,r.niwi.s'? IrMfM.Q t JiM?t,j fever tiWt'ofWWii.e pu'rfcosV Obr pf Canada would vastly outweigh any The ltEPUBLiCAir'iina'fJJaiiviXwensDoro inQvuren..j;..-3.5- 0 i .AJ JAV1- -. .not. m .l l.. 'toltiabie everywhere. ' f.n t uuyuuiu&c; uuuuwus iiuiu ouvu '. lessenger , '1.7 I eva The REP.UBLicAK:andoperation. "riiat.Base nalLTeam V IJvermore.' Senator Lewis repeats the bromidic f1.75:: FarWferV.".,...f.i...f1.1.:.' whatils hereU.Thafold basej phrases, about South American 'bu's! The Republican iL1voTmDre,.butia; few plcion ball teamtfrom of our movements, Jesi'tneyT,,, " i.30r new faces In the1 HheAipi LlTerin'ore IlLAA. LOUliUU!;!..1 ntUAAUA lMAl(ll...M, r l;he 'RwtBtt-eCD1IH.W10( JHify ,sj5u v UieUU Should feePprdud"' or her t'earii this suspicion, ' pf our designs ltt thin The Republican and Gincinnati WeeTOrEnqu1rer. .7. I.50: htfff ttief besr'-teayear. r It there' fs hqmlspliere does not exist., Our acMqn 111 Western' Kentucky. In Cuba ended that. It is a bugaboo The Republican and' W.efek'lynter Ocean and Farmer 1. 50 eom'e club that' UohH'liellffvb U tisft employed by i. i Europeans ,o;id Spanjsly ' ahb5 ydu will f send them a challenge ' Ainerlcan,,mllltary.,, adventurers tp. , ,, feoon find out what kind" of' stuff' tlio arouse prejudice II against;. tjiq United lYas'rjley- Tii6eam team States.,T;he, American, people dp .not LA- 3 1 in t.f. it fed '26 games fron 20, lost1 C.'' What' want any more .territory, .particularly ,1 ' I tCi" A'ny- - man oil the about thai record'. terrlotry pppiilated, py peons. , ,In, team wbuld mdUkJ'a'scout; lookat hlra Mexico, wo have, carried the attitude MJ.AJU ' go'. Tlio of, twice beloro'ietdnt lni i)H:i' f.ii.i I S. I IVS tp, tlp.pplpt, of THK t now players bnrhe team' this year i the Laln and, SEWINQ -- . are: Cdff man, 'Frlzile, 'Ev'erly,' myne Ainericanschaacrlstipallyqnouph, MACtuNaV taliey and Eastwo'od." . ( J " ' have Iqtjerpnetedjhjs. pot qs, consld; "( ' C&ffmdn isone if'tiie best catcifers OF amal aa aaw amw era.tlon, j,ut ,as a, sign, oi weakness, f Bai aaamei'4 aw"aW ' QUALITV.' neck of the woods and has a trained, as they have been to respect In this PpeV worth it mfllidK; 'and Jff'j'ust'as only ., force. i good wun tne suck, ho is oaiiuiB - Tho private,, pltlzenA.ls licensed, to, NOT aboiit 450 'lnB games. say foolish (hlns,. it l)e feels jnclln- SOLD1' . . ta Frizzle; 'a "mere Tcld only 18 years od to d.pto.jjA man occu,pyng thfl -- d Hi.. V.I.H llh(,l.n llwtkllclif 'UNDE'R' ol uBo i.uo lAn.rt ,u , ... ;uuu.cu ,.PQat of United States senator ought ANY J tho o bo c ii ii a t ii i Bcnafmj.lyewla 'talk j OTHER':' - Ms 'ffrst: ,... ..!, n traihfe todar. duel was' at I. L..u2f7 name: I tfo fAuciuUs 4llR I'vv V' tae. banIayoff m.Feeliri Wk l hJiU'r, kvl,2,f-- UiPtarlntVtf'n4Vk.'lthl everybody understands .9 w bv ft at bomg, J I .irqra wonc tot davs vt-uo- x taklnsr calomel ntng'gaUe.,,,Then,Jtblflleep ftis "Rip'' tp,hs.ofjlp.ui4 posltion. .jils, t WAnrfANTt.b1 Fbh' but, owing wnen pleasant 'U0 KeepayoF tme h6'wehl'tovcie'atbnvuhd,wb'n''o! J to 0 on your ma, wuntrrui wv puj jouki mmn-- i remarks,, .nlglii;, mlslntprpre, vrotx ft le. Safer too,, and easy to tke.;Dot 'karae tiSm tlifem. 'Hi-f- i abroad. xSenat9r qwsjprofesspsj to s 'take anything- - else. Xou can't afford ;i''lp, t10i ' , Jje,.a suppflr;ef,)f1tp,natlonalJadmla. I II - ItElimlnatds' bolsnsi MeaitseB bW Istr.atlon,.,. yughj tq, qbjve, PresU. i'Ii .. Jl i tarn and relieves constipation. ' A nat lo be ar.Wid.hey SB .. r X S" XiJ ural Remedy, natural in itsactions, sure dent yilqn;s lnlunpt(lqu, not jo r,opk in its effect and. certain in results.. It , wlifen Jrou need aTblngland "is ii fas't CoruIoWei National Republican. . the boat. will Wdh't be' lonsr befor37t&-Vir-bas5;ruttn'e'i''u,'flethaf8 inVde1 every " completely displace "calomel "in evert "1k tiTlnir wl;i 1 3i1?,iii'i'i',, j .' , Witinlng run this year but once. We i Farm For Sale.. ( t'T iJ.t home., .Children dan tako.it sfreely aaa iVMYaaaaavSl lviijaCkeapeatn e. .withTCrfot,safet,y..,Eyer '1X , wlltt9ttaU,fitiiit Eighty acres qt jfpfc (lapd "gontaln-- J I ji t aaaUSarTiaaaaBl Jl In, bottlee. Ifone ''lEWfriy, betltyrnowii aa'"Smbky, uig uweiung, Darn ana otner l ""';! S itrntw. .wk and the MeneM'tAd Mga. n2ne without r ii rai j aa. an u onliJUfTSWJ dew 'y0Bi oV'WaUer'JibnsrJK'Wirir situated, on Hartford, and turapf L.' a GriiibV;-F- of aiteliy ' lie eTraaaaaaaaaaPim uwrb9intl 1 pitcher, Wd WTlWeTfaNttftV Rbckport road, well ami spring on iiiriibriii-'iy- : j.aH. naa 3 imiU udxwU 41 UJi Vtetitoiiirehliii? " He has'Ka'rm 'farm. Church, and schoalhfliise.near, ,i 4. in zz 1 inn ir'u;If you waut a aewlDf maohuift,rit. tat. , n- woffh tfmmWivnd'lAs, Waldos Voa' Pdr'prlce. terms',"etcf, call or address atjr lateav caiaioguo uetore you purcoaae. i. iritilMriViV syN.'XVts.' Cd0ule the iaJBa6Hint wMB!t IM New How Smug mam Co., ura.tte, For palna In the back a good Hartford, Ky. Talleyl Who Is lie, you will ask? 34t( ia Or. Mliea' Antl-Pal- a Pllla. read, In Republican, an arguof a Protective Tariff, been, no ljioro consistorgan in thq country, than this great HQWspuiier. It was not an argumont lp. favor of general Protection th.at the Republican advanced. It will probably coino to that In time, but for the present It Is only urging that something be done to build up the dyes tuff Industry in. this country. Read this from ft paper that had supported the doctrine that the Tariff Is a robber and has even hinted that it Is unconstitutional: Economic prepossessions and pel Tariff theories should be thrown into tlio scrap heap in order that this country may achieve a degree of permanent Independence In two industries, namely, dyestuffs for textile manufacturing and steamship lines for our foreign trade, at least with Latin America. Present conditions ought not to be introduced again and again, as they may in case Europe engages In a series of warn. people, the Although a Free-Trad- e English intend not to bo caught again In a state of almost absolute dependence on German makers of dyestuffs; for the British Government will do Its part to safeguard new color Industries, in the United Kingdom, when peace comes, from the Intense German competition. That, however, could scarcely suffice to save the American industry unless reasonable from extinction Tariff duties were Protection in granted to it, and at this point the present administration may have to sacrifice Us Tariff principles to a degree If it Is to be of help. Now, these are all strong, valid arguments and they cannot be controverted, but the strange thing about the Republican's use of them is that not one plea that has been advanced In favor of Protection for dyestuffs Is not equally as strong an nrgument In favor of Protecting any other American Industry that' needs Protection. It is essential that we make our dyes here, but It Is also essential that we make a lot of other things that wo couldn't make without help of a Protective Tariff. In fact, we could get along without dyes better than we could without several things that It Is but a might be mentioned. very short step between the Republican's present position and becoming a Protectionist organ. 'J U rather ajitonlablns to tlio Sprlngfjeld ment In favor for thero has, b ent Freo-Tra'd- Is the best manager tho town lias had In many years, and the fans are appreciating what ever ho does. With half a chance he will hnve a winning team until the snow begins to fall. Three rahs for him. Rah! Rah! Rah! Whlttaker. ' - about that? Mr. Whlttaker and inyryolifsltohld watclf-hlscoop them ground balls In any shape, form or fashion. If he is out of the game the ffiiDMH16''ll6ty cafeit&:&ntV it. Eastwood'Goog1;liywley on8nKerJ rick Rowan liv, the '.outflpldj playing llko old leaguers" tilt's year "and are hitting tho pill a mile. They will figure largely in. all the games tha Livcrmofe wins. ""IMiU" Vcn'tress is still thero on IlVst with as mach'pep' as ever Mid we. challenge any one to And nr better ono In .Kentucky. Our "Dubs" Athcrton oij short Is bettpr than ever and Is giving all the pitchers the blues. The pitchers just can't help It because ho singles every time, "Rlddley" Rice our Old Southpaw has come bnck and is responsible for Llvermoro's good average this year. Ho has every thing on tho ball and tho team like to play behind him, so you can see why he has won so many games.He has won 13, lost 2, Y?t yoartVIo jlflttlng, h)$lll hard trce It Always Helps 3f?.1.ra.SyJY,arfJ3,Wo?ds'(of Clifton Mills', Ky.; In writing of her dxrJerlence with CardUi the woman's tonici Sh6 says Wflier. "Before I began to use Cartful, my back antl Head would hurt so bad, I thought the' pain Would 'kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Carduf, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woma.n would give Sot I feelings, etc., are sure signs of Signs hat you need, Carduf the woman? tonic. Yy canno make a mistake, in trying Cardui ." juui uuuuici i Has ueen iiuping weaK. ailing women for more' than fifty years; worn-o- u tired, a trial. I still use Cardui when J feel a little bad, and it always dees me good." ncauacne, backache; side acho. nnrvnncnocc fH!fayi PC The Woman's Tonic Jy trouble. Geta Bottle Today f jtSM&lSs ' ' ' j ..'' 'lefl k2a,aaaaV Y.MaaaWaW ''mS VS. mnl 1915 ', "fficYOUTITS COMPANION Better Than Ever s' al ; f 1 " i - . OUR CLUBBING HA REbWrMln t-- n 'l iV"' , EBldaitmi !Hom,Jai;fe.a.,.,:,.1.). .sfc: 'tl ., w lok and-Keotuo- WomaMagane:;.; 1 ';, - dfjeall orders to Jrj lieu:. REPUBLICAN. f . , wrw I SEIWIJK Constipation "?." jv,'B'l ,'.,.; HOME kit For Lazy Liver anil the Troubles of I ,p, Bhltfer rrirBSa?, W friaaaaaO iJua ' hiaKMv 1 w' iiil-HM- LATEST i WAR NEWS 'Monday, nl two wounded. A Zeppelin, which had been engaged In the operation against England, was destroyed by rillle'a,'nlrmim"iu' Dstend, WRECKERS TART . 'RAISING EASTLAND Six Men Indicted For Manslaugh- Chicago, Aug. 11. Wreckers were ready today to begin tho task of England. Two vessels of the Bri- raising tho steamship Eastland, tish navy have met with disaster. which has been lying 011 her side In The niixlllary cruiser India has beon sent to tho bottom off tho Swedish the Chicago river since tho disaster .coast by a German submarine and of July 24. I he torpedo boat dctroyer Lynx has Docked beside the Eastland, n canRwln. The Germans are con- - been sunk In the North Sea coming vas covered scow was waiting to relentlessly their drive In contact with a mine. flnuln house the bodies which officials exagainst the Russians In Poland and pected would bo found In tho hull of the Haltlc, provinces, luit the Russians France. rield Marshal Sir John the ship. Above the scow an Amernearly everywhere arc still giving Fiench the British commander In the ican flag floated at half mast and ac- ,um battle In strong rear-guar- d west, announces tho evacuation of a strips of black and purple hung from i counter attacks. On scv- - slight portion of the terrain captur- the canvas covering. Twenty tem. and Monday. porary coffins were placed In . 1 sectors, l'ctrograd asserts, the ed near Hoogc, Belgium, the have been held or driven This he says makes no material dif- barge to await the bodies. ';M'i)n tr.ak, and at ono place on the left ference In the British line ns tho Indictments charging manslaughPo- , u:t of tho VIoprz In Southwest other captured positions have been ter and criminal carelessness were at- .1: ; -- in tho course of u counter consolidated and are being held. returned before Judgo Kerston In the t .s't "some hundreds of prisoners" Elsewhere on the line in Belgium Criminal Court today In connection ,rre captured. In nddltion, near and France comparative calm pre- with the Eastland disaster. Tho cap, r.'i-aup on tho Baltic, Fetroixrad vails. tain and engineer and four officers of ys 'hat the Germans have been dls- Steamship the St. Joseph-Chicag- o ; from positions between the, Thursday. Company, owners of the boat, are a, Kkau and Aa Rivers. I., KiiRlnnd. Gen. Ian Hamilton, tho named ns follows: British commander, reports that now Names of Defendants. :v0iup. Considerable fighting N on the southern portion of the pen-- I George T. Arnold, president of the i.i progress on the western line In Insula tho Allies chiefly through gal-- ! company. oce and Belgium, and on the Aus-t- r lantry and dash of the Australians William It. Hull, vice president Lallan frontier and the Gallipoli and New Zealaiirters, have trebled and general manager. Vr.r.sula I'arls concedes to the tho area of ground they previously W. C. Steele, secretary-treasure- r. in ',raans minor gains. In trenchesoff-f- .t jheld, and that on tho Asiatic shore Ray W. Davis, assistant secretary-treasure- r. tl.e Forest of Argonue, but as an of thp Dardanelles a French war !. to this assorts that a German ship is reported to have put five or Harry Pederson, captain of the in tho Vosros was put down six guns of Turkish batteries out of Eastland. v, ;tli heavy losses, ,11'lllUl. Joseph M. Erlckson, engineer. Bonds were fixed at $20,000 each TarUa. "The Turks report tho cap-arTnl key. Constantinople declares for the company officials and $10,-00- 0 by a surprise attack neir Art that m the region of Arl Bur'nu an each for Pederson and Erickson. Ucrnu, of yoruo allied trenches, which allied attack has been repulsed with The two last named are charged with vi ro retaken ftm them In p.irt and jb . losses in men, guns and stores. criminal carelessness and the officials recaptured by Although Enver Pasha, the Turkish with manslaughter. Separate bills lion to a tho Turks Heavy fighting and the Minister of War, admits that the Al- - were returned against the captain aptrre oppositions by the Turks In lies have landed 50,000 fresh men and the engineer, while the four offtho region' of Seddul Ruhr Is also in their new operations, he seemlng-- ! icials were named In a joint indictby Constant Inople. ly is optimistic as to the final results ment. It was upon the testimony of more of the campaign. Tuesday. than 200 witnesses, who described II '.sin, The Teutonic .lilies con-u- c Germany. The Germans, accord- the instability of the Eastland and successfully their operations ing to Berlin, have occupied the for- defects in the engine plant, particusystem, against the Russians in Northwest tress of Benjaminow, east of larly in the wnter-ballaRussia and In Poland, and an engageunofficial advices that the Jurors thus answered the and ment to drlvo the remaining Russians are to the effect that the populace is question, "Who Is to blame?" It is possible that the grand jurfrom East Galicia has begun. Field beginning to evacuate Dvinsk, an Imors will indict at least three other, Marshal von Hlndenburg's troops to portant railway junction on the tho north and northeast of Warsaw Warsaw line. To the south including the Government checkers, are steadily pressing east and south- of Lomza the entire Russian line Is whoso duty It was to allow no more east; a ring of besoigers has been said to be retreating and across the than 2,500 persons on the ship. May ('( To forged around the fortress of Vistula between that river and the tho last stronghold on Bug the Muscovites, acording to The charge of manslaughter, as the Vistula line remaining in Rus- Vienna are still pushed back by the contained in the joint indictment against the officials of the company, sian hands; Praga, the eastern su- forces of the Teutonic allies. burb of Warsaw, upon which the Mus carries with It punishment, provided covites fell back when they evacuated Office by statute, of imprisonment of from War Italy. The Italian tho Polish capital, has beon captured. states that the Austrian submarine one ye"ar to life. The penalty for A German fleet of nine battleships one of the 1915 type, has been criminal carelessness, as charged in tho indictment against the captain and twelve cruisers atacked the en- sunk in the Adriatic. trance to the Gulf of Riga, but all and engineer, is Imprisonment not to were repulsed, exceed three years or a fine not to Good Advice About'Ollcloth. exceed $5,000 linoleum, Turkey. The Turkish battleship beAfter washing oilcloth and If left The bill against the officials consuro to dry It properly. Kheyr-ed-Di- n of 9,900 damp It will speedily rot and soon be- tained five counts, charging: Barbarossa, tons displacement, formerly the Ger- come totally ruined. It is a great First That they knew the Eastman warship Kurfurst Friedrich mistake to use too much water for land was unseaworthy and had no Wllhelm, has been sunk by a submar- washing it. The cloth should bo stability. ine of the Entente Powers, accord- wrung out and passed lightly over the Second That they permitted passengers aboard ing to an official announcement Is- surface. the vessel, sued by the Turkish Government. which Is more than its carrying caStopped Roosters' Crowing. pacity. A wife, France. The British have recap- was Massachubctts farmer'sgreatly who Third That they were negligent disin bad health, was tured from the Germans Belgian turbed by the crowing of the roosters in hiring an Incompetent engineer, trenches taken from them recently In tho early morning. Remembering who, becauso of his lack of skill, was through the uso of flamo projectors a chicken's curiosity, sho placed a unable to control the boat properly. and have captured 1,200 yards of ad- loud ticking alarm clock in the poulFourth That the crew did not to manage ditional terrain there. French air- try house nt night and since then not number enough hands men have bombarded Saarbruecken a rooster has lifted his volco. and control the Eastland properly. in Rhenish Prussia to tho northeast Fifth That the ballast tanks Contents Make a Difference. of Metz. were allowed to bo out of repair If there Is only one bottle of castor and wero not filled. oil In is willing Charges Aizalnst Captain. Itul). The Hullans and Austrlans mother the house, father because it should have It all Capt. Pederson theso are still In heavy combat on the Against 111 do good. But if there is only her mountains, In tho valleys and on tho one bottle of beer in tho house, fa- charges were brought. plains In the Austro Italian battle ther drinks It himself becauso it might First That he permitted aboard grounds. lot agreo with mother. Cincinnati tho boat a larger number of passentCiiqutror. gers than sho could safely carry. Woilncksday. Second That he neglected to Brush the Wick. warn tho pasongers to leave the EastUnited States. Tho American reUse an old toothbrush to rub off land when It became apparent to ply to the recent German note reP. tho charred portion of a lampwlck. him that sho was about to overturn. garding the sinking of tho William Instead of cutting with scissors. The Third and Fourth That ho was Frye was cabled to Berlin last night. result is a smooth edge, without any main- prongs or While the State Department looso ends to cause an un- negligent In not seeing that the ballast tanks wore in repair and were tains that the Prussian treaty of 1828 even blaze and smoking. properly filled. was violated by tho destruction of Fifth That he was negligent In the vessel, it Is understood that the Would Give His Courage. and United States now agrees to accept Pat saw a barbed wire fence for the not seeing that tho chalk-hole- s payment for the Frye, under condi- first time and eyed It with a great gangways wero closed when the ship tions suggested In tho last German deal of Interest. "Begorra, In the old was loaded. note, obviating an appeal to arbitra- country I set wld Molllo on a fence Counts In the Indictment against wholo hour before I dared pop the Erickson are in essentials similar to tion. The United States also dis- a question, but If I'd bo slttln' wid her on patched to Vienna a reply rejecting a fence like this I'd pop in a minute." those against Pederson. n vlows recently Tho report of tho grand Jury holds tho set forth In a note protesting against that the disaster was caused by "In Strain on Ticket Office Man. conditions of loadtho shipment of arms on a largo A man in the ticket offlco on a busy stability under by the United States to tho ene- day has to conceal bis real feelings ing," and states that tho Instability bcalo so much that be gets to bo a better was due to "one of three main causes, mies of the Germanic Allies. actor than some of tho people on the or any two, or all of them," as fol" have stage. Tho Germans lows: Germany. on the d First The overloading of the veslnunched another Bent for lnvUfliffojt sel with passengers. cast coast of England with Zeppelin curious Some of waSecond The mishandling airships and allied airmen attacked thlngB men are so not be' Jo know that It would with bombs two towns In Bavaria. to find them pondering over the ques- ter ballast. Third The construction of the In the raid on England thirteen per- tion of what becomes of the part of sons are said to havo boen killed and the stocking where the hole has come. vessel, Loaded With Ballast. Browning's Magazluo. twelve injured, wlillo in one of the The roport says that the Eastland Bavarian towns eleht were killed and Na-rew a-.l I at--(.e, G'crninny. Berlin, In Its latest, communication makes no reference to the lighting around Riga, and concerning that on the Vlcprz merely declares that the Teutonic right wing Tho German War In still fighting. Ofllcc, however, reports that at near Novogcorgiovsk, tho Rusforts havo boon captured, that sian Serock, northeast of tho fortress, has beon occupied and that ndvanccs havo heen made on the road between the and tho 15ug. e, TJioIln'fdnneircs. For tho Allies on the', GaUlpolI, Peninsula Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton reports a, gain with severe casunlltles to tho .Turks of 200 yards over a front of 300 yards near Krlthla, the capture of a hill near Sari llalr and a new landing nf allied forces t some unnamed point on the peninsula. ter and Criminal Carelessness At Chicago. srootpnt ' '-l bogan loading passengers without wnter: ballast ami belated efforts to fill tho tanks failed of success. "That tho instability of the boat was not corrected years beforo we regard as Indicating criminal carelessness or Incompetence on tho part of all persons connectod with the design, construction, control, operation and Inspection of the boat," says tho roport. It points out that Federal Inspectors had the right to refine a permit to the boat but thnt they are generally arc not trained luou and fall to make stability tests. "The handling of the hallnttt by tho officers of tho boat Indicates an entire tack of understanding of the nature and proper uses of water ballast and an absolute disregard of safety after repented warnings and frequent Indications of extreme Instability," continues the report, which also criticizes the system of water ballast employed as not preventing tho shifting of the ballast. The Jury recommends that expert Federal approval hereafter bo required for the construction or stenm vesels, mid constant inspection and supervision when In service. Wants Sort In Reorganized, "We recommend," tho grand jury report goes on, "that the steamboat Inspection service bo reorganized In a manner to make all branches coordinate and thus eliminate tho confusion caused by the statutes delegating special power and authority to subordinate branches. Such service should be proi Idod with technically experienced inspectors, all under proper systematic control " It is further recommended that the inspection service be removed from control of the Department of Commerce to the Navy Department, and urges Illinois Representatlies to Congress to obtain legislation to this end. Four great pumps had been .it work on tho Eastland for seeral hours today with the expectation of raising the bulk to even keel and and proper! on bodies bo'ird, when it was discovered that water was reentering the hull as fnst as It was pumped out Divers wre sent below to search for the leaks -- Til mm v a. IBu mm ipwirtjiri -- Rt BUNDLE5g3? FOR VoUB MM v a n mmfmmw & jJMfz&Wmm!i : w m,w WmbFM)8g "G2gSt ":' ittyti - MONEY HK ' Mwm P "vii '.UftH 3 aWEffiKrEMrrHKSJKiMKX5 4 4 ifiOlWANT I.? I MONEY' 5 "5IG 5UNDLE' FOR. YoUP. NOW IS THE TIME AND OUR. JToPvE A THE PLACE To SET IT. OlR. PRICE S ARE ALWAYJ DoWNj OUR I VALUED ARE z I 1 ALV AY 6 UP. THE QUICKER YOU COME THE BETTER TOR YOU. rsaesxsxacsvst KsnrwiEwwEsi - k. st Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTO R A FOR I --- 5 . scfiwporM rt o. - Hartford, Kentucky. I Pc-trog- k, . 2, 2,-5- 00 Austro-IIuugarla- alt"-ral- Rest Time To Sell Pig- -. Moht (armors agree that the flrjst 1!0 pounds of a hog's weight is made with less feed and less expense thun is possible In making tho next l.'itt pounds. Nevertheless, I believe mo it hog raisers strive to make their 2."0 pounds or over before selling them. And I have often wondered if many farmers would uetilnd it more profitable to soil their spring pigs when they weigh 150 or 200 pounds. Many farmers feed their spring pigs well into tho winter months. In order to make the most of tho corn through the hogs. When the cribs are full of corn It may not seem to bo a good business proposition to sell a bunch of hogs as light Yorkers. Tho way to get around that is to raise more pigs; raise enough to consume the corn in a shorter feeding period. That would requiro one to keep more sows, but it requires much less feed for a pound of gain In the small hog, enough less to more than keep the extra sows. Tho fact that tho larger a hog grows tho more feed required for a pound of gain, is ono of the reasons why it Is more profitable to sell under 200 pounds. Many of our experiment stations havo made studies concerning tho Influence of the in size and weight of tho hog on tho consumption of feed, and in all cases it has been found that as tho size and weight of the animal increases, It requires moro and more feed for 100 pounds of gain. From Henry's "Feeds and Feeding" wo learn that over 400 different trials with hogs of different ages, have been conducted along this lino with average results as follows: Pigs weighing 15 to 50 pounds require 293 pounds of feed for 100 pounds of gain; weighing GO to 100 pounds, 400 pounds; weighing 100 to 150 pounds, 437 pounds; weighing 150 to 200 pounds, 48 2 pounds; weighing 200 to 250 pounds, 498 pounds; and a correspondingly gradual increaso In feed requirement as the hogs grow larger, until tho hogs grow lnrgcrre. . pound hog requires C35 pounds of feed for 100 pounds of gain. This Is 135 pounds or 33 per cent, moro feed than is required by the pig. The largo number of trials offered convincing proof that by far the cheapest pork Is made while the hog is small. All experienced hog feeders appreciate the valuo of pasture for swine. By fattening early In the fall, spring pigs can have grass during their entire life on the farm. Good forage furnishes a large part of the necessary elements to build a Iioki-weig325-pouInu-ffof- 'o frairre and strong inuele it koeps the system lr good orwr am the hog in a healthy growing condition and in addition the bog can obtain an abundance of exercise,, Irish air and siiusIiIiih while foraging lor alwnjf, tin tender bits of grats. nlm to hnte a good clover for them and in so doing On1) can o bpeiire almo&t enough protein to the corn ration during tho fattening period. I also find they will not consume nearly as much grain when on full feed on grass as they will later in the season when tho forage Is scanty or gone. Another advantage In selling early and one of tho most important, Is that if hogs are well fed and kept In a healthy condition, one is often ablo to have them ready for market before the large winter runs begin and thus secure a higher price per pound. If you will study the hog market for a period of years you will find that the September market is usually a good one, often the highest of the year. Tho first half of October Is usually pretty good; tho latter part not so good. During November most of the principal markets get largo receipts of hogs. Tho market has a downward trend ail through the mouth and usually hits the low spot of the year the last of tho month or tho first of December, just at tho time when the largest number of the spring pigs nro going to market. It is not usual for tho market to drop $1 per hundred in a month's time in th,e fall. Tako the market last year for example. Tho first week in October our local shippers were paying eight cents per pound for hogs. The same time In November they bought hogs for seven cents per pound. (That was beforo tho quarantine had any effect on the market.) Now, suppose one's hogs had weighed 150 pounds on October 1. At eight cuts per pound, a hog would havo sold for $12. Supposo you feed another month. The hogs would gain 50 pounds per head and requiro at least four bushels of corn and sorao pasture to make the gain. They would then weigh 200 pounds, and at seven cents would be worth $14. Only $2 for four bushels of corn and somo pasture. If the samo four bushels of corn had been fed to other hogs before October, and the hogs sold at eight cents, you would have received $4 for the 50 pounds gain Instead of $2. If farmers will do a little figuring with paper and pencil, they will find that It rarely pays to continue feeding hoga that are ready tor market, good 1 pnf-turbal-auc- ' e Is going dowi, even when tite drop In price Is not over 10 cents per hundred per ve k The question is how to know whin tho market will commence to go down. I can't toll, neither can others: and so I haie adopted the plan of ptiihlng tho pigs aa fast as poshible with the feed at my command und of selling as soon as they reach tho desired weight. Usually, If they are well cared for, the average farmer can get them to 150 or 175 pounds by October 1. Of course, some farmers may be ablo to reach this weight with a March pig sooner than October; It all depends on the feed and care given thorn. Rut under usual conditions I consider a hog that will weigh 150 to 175 pounds a very good ono. I also find that by selling the hogs early, one is often able to escapo tho danger of hog cholera. It Is generally recognized that this dlseaso Is moro prevalent In the fall, after tho feeding of now corn has commenced. If ono has his hogs sold and the money In tho bank, ho does not havo to worry about losing his year's profits from the ravages of hog cholera. Speaking of feeding now corn reminds me that I find this one of tho worst drawbacks to selling the hogs early In the fall I am not nblo to feed much now corn beforo tho hogs go to market, but must keep It over until tho next summer, If It becomes old and hard and Is not nearly so palatable as It Is when now. I overcome tills to some extent by soaking tho corn. That makes more work, but if ono has tho tlmo it pays to go to a little extra troublo In order to Increaso the profits. In concluding this articlo I wish to state that from careful study and my own experience In feeding hogs, I bollevo that ono can tako 1,000 bushels of corn, feed It to hogs on grass, using a good protein feed when needed and aiming to have the corn fed up by the time the hogs weigh 150 pounds and mako very close to 15,000 pounds of pork, If one will tako another equal amount of feed, feeding only enough hogs so that they will weigh 250 pounds by the tlmo the corn Is consumed, one can not make over 12,000 pounds of pork. Taking this Into consideration and the fact that one stands a very good chance of getting a higher price per pound by early fall selling, I. figure I can make atleast 25 cents more per bushel on my corn by selling the hogs when they weigh 1.50 or 175 pounds than by feeding them until they weigh 250 or 275 pounds.. wlun tho price -- r