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Wattftttb MvpnblkavL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Yeat No. 6 by the Bishop amounted to $1,800.00 leaving a balance ot $663.22, which was assumed by tho building committee and the church was formally turned over to the Board of trustees and dedlcateo to tho worship of was served In the church basement to all who would partake. It was a b urlful dinner served by tin ladies if Vip church. The dvdI'MtTr service was a suc-m- s &" n every way. The cilffurou larger than could have been expected, under all the circumstances. The Pastor Rev. B. W. Napier, deserves great credit for the tact and tireless manner in which he has gation and town completed. Tho la which is a credit to both the congre--gatl-on and town, completed. Tho dIe8 sewlnS circle also deserves great Prats tor naving contributed first and last nbout 4.00 to the enter-t- he Prls0, The following compose the bulld-if- f, ,ng committee: Rowan Holbroolr, Ch'mn' J- - B. Wilson, J. E. Bean J. H. B Carson John T. Moore, J. S. Glenn, E. P. Moore. J. R. Pirtle and C. M". God-Din- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1915. Judgo of Bald court at nlno o'clock a, m. on August 24, 1915. Witness my hand as Judge of the Ohio Circuit Court, this 14th day of August, 1015. T. F. DIRKHEAD, Judge Ohio Circuit Court. Hiuin MOB KILLS NOTED PRISONER Leo M. v ranx I aken r rom Georgia PriSOn Farm. At unii Onme. Ifv. Auc 1R Tntin I v Mushroom Prosperity SuL With the end of tho European war the Underwood Tariff will begin to Money Loss Through Failure by show Us effects on American busiDemocrats to Make Necessary ness. Possibly, Immediately after tho declaration of peace and during Appropriation. the reconstruction period In Europe the United EJaes wll continue to enjoy a mushroom prosperity that As business managers the Demo- will begin to disappear the moment European Industry Is capable of en- crats have been a codsdIcIoub failure. It has already been shown that tering into competition with Amerithree laws the last Congress en- can labor on what amounts to pracoon, n ado and posted the neces- - rovolvcr from his pocket and fired. e tically a basis. Harrls-bur- g acted to raise money, namely, the tar- -' ,gon frm h ,a Sut Ge took income tax, and "war tax" laws. (Pa.) Telegraph. . n"C8t?d ! M. Frank from the dormitory at I each failed to produce the amount v ,na lurnea over 10 m saerin, who " vui.iv, U1.B1U.11..B "i"""1 I needed. Monday, August 23rd, and drew from conveyed him to Jail at Calhoun. Sel-th- o 11 o'clock last night. First reports that they may have A study of the record of laws en- -j jury wheel tho names of twenty by leaves a widow and three children acted to spend money shows that Barnett. persons from which to select such ' Glbbs Is a section foreman on the been friends of Frank's were dispelled when a prisoner in the dormitory Contractors E. M. Woodward, and careless methods of appropriation Ingrand Jury and placed the same .in Lpulsvllle and Nashrllle railroad. Paul Woodward. stated that he heard a member of the sured wasteful expenditure. ". the hands of Sheriff S O. Keown ! . mob say that Frank's body would be Examine the history of the approDrink Htand Destroyed. with luBtructlons to have the parties grave of Fair For Ohio County. priation bills during the' time the Dawson, Ky Aug. 16. A band of placed tomorrow on the summoned to appear in court August Mary Phagan, at Marietta, The Ohio County Fair Company Democratic House has handled them, fifty men last night destroyed a drink t 24th for grand Jury service. Frank was serving a life term for and you find that fifteen regular ap- - haa decided to give a three days fair The public officials here were noti- stand belonging to William O'Brien, the murder of the girl. proprlation bills have failed to pass at Hartford this year. The date will Hopkins-Caldwefied by Commonwealth Attorney, Ben located near the The mob was orderly, but work before thenecessary date, and that bo SePl- - 16, 17 and 18. Injured, but the D. Hlngo, early Saturday morning line. None was ed with quick precision. Eight auSpecial atractlons are being ar-t- he fifteen times a resolution extending that Judge Birkhead had decided to shack was riddled with bullets, appropriation of the previous ranged and the premium list will be 'empanel a grand Jury at tho special O'Brien recently closed a drink stand tomobiles took the men to within a short distance of the prison. First year had to be passed. i larger and better than ever. term of tho Ohio Circuit Court and in this vicinity. He put up another, all telephone wires leading to the priThis method of appropriation Is an over late Saturday after-- , which was burned down last Satur-noo- n would be son adn all except one from Millledge admission of Incompetency and lnef- -' to mako the necesary orders day night. He Immediately rebuilt ville were cut. Five men went to requested that tho offl- - and was preparing to reopen today. SUBCOMMITTEE TO PICK ttherofor, and tho house of J. T. Smith, warden. cera here have everything in readl-- . when his place was destroyed covered him with pistols and stood I every department of government. It mess when Judge Birkhead arrived so .guard over him. Other men went' complicates accounts, hinders the G. 0 .P. CAMPAIGN FORCE " ais to facilitate the matter In order to the house ot J. M. Burke, super- making ot plans In advance, prevents . ... . -. i that he might return homo that af- CSNTEST FILED intendent or tne prison, ana neia ntm r, w. SLACK. the execution of contracts for necesternoon. guns. Practl- - Republican covor Nominee For Circuit sary work, and prevents allotting BY L. P. TANNER underevery ot their appears that during tho recent I v cally other member of he mob judge funds equitably tor the different sea- - State Central Body Leaves Matter campaign Judge Birkhead was aprushed to the stockade gate nearest the1 sons of the year, n. w:"51ck. who has received proached by numerous parties who With Six After Conthe dormitory wnere KranK was De- - Republican nomlnalljii for Circuit A member of the present cabinet, liad been whipped, molested threat- - Jf0t Satisfied With Returns Of ing housed. Only yesterday did phy- - juage in this district is one of the Secretary of Comerce, William C. ference. cited or who were deeply Interested slclans discharge him from the hos- - raost prominent lawyers in Western Redfleld, severely criticised Congress Election Officers of Four in breaking up the "Possum Hun-?-r- " pltal, where he had been since be- - Kentucky. His practice extends to for this kind or extravagance In his outrages, to know If there would lng murderously assaulted In the au tjle COurts, both Federal and ias. annual repon. Counties. be any grand Jury at tho special term The Reoubllcan State Central Com- dormitory. State. He is popular with men of "Flnally, money loss arises fromlmittee. after a ignitthy oDen session beglnnlg August 23rd, and ot court, . .. Qfawlniia r tfiA nrtartlr urtraa lonrl- ' oi nean failure to make appropriations in iast nlght at Hotei Henry Watterson, " panies ana n,s being informed that none had yet Ben D. Ringo. comonwealth's at- ,nB t0 the prIson itse,f V been "" . and genial disposition render him a ume 10 Keep me worn hed on oi me govern-- : heid an executive Tneetlnc- with can- proWded for were told by htm tornoy, was served with notice liecn Frank was placed in an automobile great favorite among Is fellow prac- - ment moving." said Secretary Red-fiel- d. V i Io . 1? they wanted a grand Jury afternoon of a contest of and dldates on the ticket and appointed rushed In the direction of Ea- - tlctloners. He Is emmlnently fair prt- "The serious results of these a subcommittee to select the chaird at the special term of court for , the nomination In the recent rnnrnn In his dealings with his fellow men, latter losses are probably not appre- man and members of some of them to notify him at least mary, by Deputy Sheriff James How- the Campaign was shortly before The h.h.u f Twrno p TnnJ. ntfrlit attack wnvilon nnrl rnnat ntmid- but he stands for a .strict entorce- - ciated. They undoubtedly amount Committee for the coming contest. days before court and ho (Judge ,1a ten i Tim thai mem oi me law against crimes oi to more than some ot the economies candidate Birkhead) would mako tho neces- uer, the unsuccessful The subcommittee includes repreguaras were steeping un a rear purcu every description. Mr. Slack has thought to be effected est sary steps to havo a grand Jury em- ft irn I tint !p TTtntm sentative of the State' central body main building In which the held the office of City Attorney of timates." paneled and It Is understood that It is alleged that tho notice served of the as well as representatives of the canf Ti In this connection It should not be didates. The former are E. T. Franks, grand Jury was oft Mr. Rlngo that from ten to twen- - prisoners are confined. Both he and Owensboro, and some years ago repthe order for the f guards were handcuffed after resented his- district in the legisla- overlooked that during the sixteen votes were counted for him In the made In compliance with request . of ch the ar "tered the pr,80n ture, In both positions he did his fujl years ot Republican control preced- ot Owensboro, who Is chairman some one or more of the par- each and every precinct In Daviess. wh from the State Central Committee; John removed Frank. duty to his constituents. ing the present administration, the H. Gilliam, of Scottsville, and Morris ties to whom tho promlso was made. Ohio, McCiean and Hancock counties II and M' MaIett' Ga" AuB 17'- -eo Some years ago be held the regu- aproprlatlon bills were ' invariably L. Galvin, ot Covington. Those repJudge Birkhead erroneously, or by fraud, more than The order which i Frank, who was serving a life term lar term ot the Breckenridge Court passed before they were needed, and made and which was posted at the should have been certified from the Mary Phagan, an by appointment ot the Governor. At and extension resolution was never resenting the candidates are E. P, Is as follows: same num- - for the murder of face of the ballots. Xne court house door Morrow, the gubernatorial nominee; Atlanta fac " fM' hofw" tak,e,n the close ot the term the bar passed resorted to. Notice. ber. according to notice, should have' E. A. Weber, of Bellevue, candidate rom h, Prlso" at ' the following resolutions: Two of this year's great supply for State Auditor, and T. B. McWhoreas, tho Ohio Circuit Court been counted for the contestant. The If night, was lynched two miles east "We, the members ot the Brecken- bills, one appropriating funds for the Gregor, ot Benton, candidate for Atat Its June terra 1915 made and en- returns of the election officers, It ,8 tll re r'5ei rtJ' ridge County Bar and the officials ot Post Office Department and the other torney General. It Is thought likely In Com'th Order Book charged, are untrue and Incorrect in ioi? from tered an order . which the Breckenrldgo Circuit Court, de- for the Indian Bureau, failed ot pas that selection ot the campaign body 3, at page 439 of said Court thereby t"'a- a tr;e- the sage last March. AH the work of will be made today. sire to cordially acknowledge special term of the Ohio by you. or your agents. was hMed ,t0 "Bribery It called a h men In five fairness and impartiality which has preparing estimates, planning new Circuit Court to couyene in the court- by payment of money for votes. I A Party of armed Congressman John W. Langley, of mob,,es hortly.beforo mldn ght drove (.characterized the rulings and con projects, and the Intelligent continhouse at Hartford, Kentucky, on Monlnlluenced as many as 200 per- -' the Tenth district and Mr. Morrow day August 23rd, 1915 for the pur- sons to cast their votes for you that UP t0 the Prl30n fa"m at Ml ledgevllle duct of Hon. R. W. Slack, as presid- uation ot former works has been ab- were among the principal speakers ing Judge of the Breckenridge Cir- solutely wasted by the failure ot pose ot trying certain cases men would havo been cast for me," Is m iw open session. inarched him to the prison gates, cov cuit Court at the present term. He these bills, The affairs ot those two at the tioned in said order and In said order charged tn the notice. Others to address the gathering guards with guns' and entered has proved himself to be an able branches of government must now d no grand Jury was directed to be Tho notice is made returnable to ed the They went to lawyer, a ready Judge and has been be conducted under plans nearly two were Louis L. Walker, nt Lancaster, or empaneled; and, tho office ot the circuit court clerk without a struggle. candidate for Lieutenant Governor; Whoreas, It has been mado to ap- on Tuesday, August 17. A recount! Frank's room and dragged him out, uniformly courteous and considerate years old which are absolutely for- Mr. McGregor, James P. Lewis, canplaced him In an. automobile and to all with A.hom he has com- - In eign to conditions at the present pear to tho undersigned Judge ot he ot the ballots In each of tho precincts didate for Secretary ot State; R. P. away. contact. time. A tremendous waste of time Greene, ot Bowling Green, candidate Ohio Circuit Court that an emer- In the four counties Is asked, and f- whisked hlra Telephones' flashed the news but We especially commend his unus- and money Is inevitable, and the ser- Superintendent of Public Instruction; gency exists requiring the'empanel-l- l inally It Is stated that the contestant grand Jury at said special will pray the court to have his name no trace of Frank was found until ual capacity to patiently hear mat- vice should be rendered to the pub- M. C. Hanna, of Shelbyvllle, candiof a placed on the regular election ballot this morning when the body was dis- ters, yet ruling with posltlveness.and lic will be seriously impaired. term of said court and that it Is date for State Treasurer: Mr. Weber, Examples of some of these disas- Col. Louis P. Tarleton, ot Frankfort; grand Jury should be in November to be voted for, Instead covered hanging to a tree almost at the same time despatching a large that a within sight ot the former home of amount of business with perfect trous effects these slovenly methods ompanoled at said special term; of that ot the contested. John P. Haswelt, ot Louisville; Alex note will be filed 'Mary Phagan. a hundred miles from court discipline and presiding grace. have had upon various branches ot Johnson, of Louisville, who proposed Answer to the It is therefore, ordered that a H. D. H. MOORMAN governmental work will be cited In the name of M. H. Thatcher, former grand Jury bo summoned and empan- hv the ennteatee within a short time Mllledgevllle. No shots were fired. body- - barefooted and 'clad on H. C. MURRAY articles to follow. eled on the 24th day ot August, 1915, after filing the notice In the circuit , Frank'B Governor of Panama Canal Zone, for ly In prison trousers and shirt was JOHN P. HASWELL, Jr. court clerk's office. In said court for the purpose ot chairman of the campaign body; John Methodist Church Dedicated. N. M. MERCER any and all matters that The majority ot Rlngo in the four found about 8:30. It Is believed he W. McCulloch, ot Owensboro; Roy was lynched about daylight. The M. E. Church South new ediALLEN R. KINCHELOE may conio before them touching any counties of tho district was 221. Wllholt, ot Louisville; StaTjo Senator well loaded fice at Hartford was formally dediSeveral automobiles, CLAUDE MERCER Illegal violation ot the law In Ohio Owensboro Messenger. Herman Brook, Harry Glavlnnoll, of cated last Sunday by Bishop Atkins Lexington, left here last night In the direction JESSE R. ESKRIDQE Countyv and saM grand Jury when Zachery T, Proctor, of ot Mllledgevllle. After the return ot in a most appropriate manner. A W. J. NALL Last of The Season. empaneled and sworn may continue Leltchfield, who proposed John Brlle, splendid audience greeted tho Bishop from Providence, 'some ot them this morning officers R. A. MILLER $2.00 round-tri- p in session up to and including Sepof Leltchfield and Mr. Galvin. at 11 o'clock and the sermon was all also Ky., to Louisville, Ky., via L. & N. started out. They had gone two miles DENNIE SHENAN, S. B. C. undertember 3rd, 1915, and the Chairman Franks presided. Some when they saw" Frank's body near the that anyone could have desired. Rev ot the speakers urged that the apD. C. WALLS. D. C. signed Judgo ot the Ohio Circuit R. R. August 28, 1915. Rushing, presiding Elder for this dis. Time Faro roadside. The body was viewed by a LEE WALLS, C. B. C. O. Stations pointment ot the campaign body bo Court has this day drawn from the Ky 12:00 noon $2.00 large crowd, and was cut down at coming trict and Revi- - Russe,ll, pastor at effected at once, owing to the proxiThis testlmonal Is not one jury wheel a list of twenty names for Lv. Providence, present and as from members of Mr. Slack's party, 'Beaver Dam were z.00,iu;i& service as grand Jurors at the time " NoboKy.... 12:15 election and mity of the general 2.00 j The crowd took a vote whether to,t,ut signed by the Democratic raem-- j sisted in the apryices. Rev Rushing Indicated aboVotad, has written the " Manltou, Kyi.. 12:22 Chairman Franks and others promisaf2.00 multllate the body or allow. the cor bers of the Breckenridge bar and preached an able" sermon at tho names on a separate piece ot paper " Earllngton, Ky 12:35 would be comproper Court officials. In the list will be ternoon service- - The local choir, un- ed that the committee Inquest to take its v 2.00!onor's plete before sundown and signed his name to said list as " Madlsonvlllo ..12:35 1:00 p. mV 2.00 course, deciding in favor ot the later. noted the name of the late R. A. Mil- der the leadership ot Prof. Will Bean, Journal, Judgo 'and delivered them' to the f Bremen When the body was cut down, ler who was born and reared in Ohio aided by several violins furnished ap1.75 1:09 with direction to the "Clerk to ''Moorman Clerk 1.75 parts of Frank's shirt was torn away county, and who is lovingly remem- propriate and excellent music for the ot Ohio " Centertown .. 1:25 certify said list to tho Sheriff Members Co. H. Attention 1.50 by souvenir hunters. The body was bered by so many ot our people. Cer- occasion. 1:45 bounty and said Sheriff Is ordered " Hartford church buildThe rifle range, will be open for The entire cost ot the " Sunnydale 1.60 roughly handled before It was put tainly no higher testimonial could bo 2:00 and directed to summon said per1.50 into the undertaker's wagon, from furnished by any man touching his ing, lot, seats, lights and heating practice shooting Saturday Aug. 21. 2:10 sons for service as grand Jurors to ' Dundeo plant was reported by the Treasurer, Any member ot the company desiring which It was subsequently removed fitness 5f or the office he seeks. 6:30 p. in. in the court- Ar. Ellmltch convene nfllartford J, E. Bean at $15,356.91. Ot this to quality for team or expert riflemen p. m. to an automobile. house at said special term of Court, Lv. Louisville, Aug. 29, at 7:00 Tho Ohio County Fair will the sum ot $12,993.69 had may report on the range. Within a short time after the body For further Information address, Ohio Md this order the Sheriff of C. B. SHOWN, Btarted for Atlanta, the excle-me- prise three days this year, but they been paid, leaving an Indebtedness Agt, had H. E. MISCHKE, county will execute and make due 1st. Lieut. Co. H. 3rd, K. N. G. ot $2,363.22. The collection taken here subsided and the town will be better than ever, Hartford, Ky. Undersigned to the -- Selby, forty-thre- e years of age, was shot and instantly killed by Ernest! Olhbs at Island Station McLean coun-- 1 Tfio trflpnitv IV Qlltiflnv Aftnrnnnn All Possum Hunter Victims Will was the result ot previous trouble ' Body Found Hanging to Tree One between the two men. Hundred Miles From Pen4 be Given Chance by Judge It Is' claimed that Selby had re- Qlbbs for attending monstrated with itentiary. Birkhead. n cottago prayer meeting at Island ' i-i while In an Intoxicated condition. At game at Island Sunday after - ) Mmedgevle, a ball Aug. 17.- 0a elec- - noon mo V Making good his nrgumeni was resumed' mob variously estimated as made up kl.s promises mado to numerous Iwimn im mn mt it Is ih that I . . parties. Judge T. F. Birkhead came Selby W88 , tho act of 8trlklng o.bb. ' ter ove pouring presented an almost normal appearance. After a special session of the county commissioners, nt which the employment of a special atorney to assist the coronor's Jury was authorized, Coroner Booth empaneled a Jury and began an Investigation o tho lynching. The body was taken to Atlanta In . an nntomoblle. , , HAVE FAILED AS MANAGERS Careless Methods Insured Wasteful Expenditures -- u n1 "-- 1 .. '" "" 7 1!T JA ? Free-Trad- ll 1 7uS',":Steil8w ..... I - " A ty-fl- I I thB-farm- auto-whlc- n..uiu.iiu.r, sum-tinne- noc-ssa- ry .... at rturn thereof o assumption that the liquor Issue is disponed of In Kontucky for some THIRTEENTH ANNUAL yoars to come. NEXT CAMPAIGN It will bo claimed, of course, that AND PROTECTION from him with money and whiskey, Mr. McChoancy was tho embodiment Men who were so his friends claim. of tho tempcrnnce propaganda and strong for him and Judgo Glenn two that tho prohibitionists accepted him or threo weeks ngo have for tho last Enforcement of the Fact that ns such and gavo him practically Protection Sentiment Will Inevi- ton days been riding In automobiles their united support. Judgo Tariff Protection Is an Abtably be Strengthened Through and working like beavers for wonBut men who know tho temper of Birkhead and Mr. Itlngo. We people generally and of Kentucklans solute Necessity. If the mattor will bo brought der out The World. ' In particular will very much doubt the Daviess County Grand Jury the accuracy of this claim. in World by either Judge Birkhead or Mr. was Mr. Haly's Mr. McChcsney sentiment the Ringo! Can Judge Birkhead, takFine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and That Protective ' Eliminate the "war brides" from Unassisted by Mr. Haly, Grain, Horticulture, Women's Handiwork, Student's Judging Contest, world over should he strengthened ing the oath that he does, or Mr. Rln-g- the stock trade and tho European candidate. would have been Farmer Boys' Encampment and Baby Health Contest. Mr. McChcsney let things so flagrant go by with contracts for munitions of war from by this war Is Inevitable. If nations n pitiful falluro than arc to fight they must have within out a Grand Jury Investigation? If the industrial plants of the country much more of sources of sup- they do, those people who pay taxes and the bottom would drop out of he was. He not only had Mr. Haly themselves Haly machinery, but the ply. It has been said that If Mis- to make up their salaries should look the business situation. The fact Is and the Glenn n League The News" so obvious that it scarcely needs equipment of the souri were an Island nation It could elsewhere for protection. everything that It will wait and see what Is going to be statement and yet It Is Important that In Kentucky, to help him in his camproduce nearly beyond the needed. Massachusetts, on the other done, but If Judge Birkhead or Mr. it should be adequately realized In I paign and still he failed Rlngo want nny proof the News will order that the situation which Is to expectations of his most sanguine an- ' hand, would make n very "poor flst doing tho "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" "Strop- - Hanking" nnd many gladly furnish a list of witnesses, follow when the war orders shall tagonists. of It." V.'e should produce an other thrillers every afternoon. ' Tills could not have been due to of shoes and textiles and oth- and, In addition, a representative of cease may be anticipated. a widespread conviction that Mr, ' Reduced Railroad Rates For Catalogue Address er manufactured goods, while suffer- the News will willingly assist with., .ie me ur cnu, nuivu u musi J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Paul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. prodcharge in prosecuting those guil- sometime, United States industry will Cfol,,.. ,vno frion,, out ing a great deficiency In food g ucts. As It Is we find It cheaper to ty of spending money and whiskey be dependent chiefly on its- - home mice cause. He Is known to be but that. He has in Congress rath-- l to corrupt the ballot. sell one line and buy the other, market for business to give employWe want to warn those In autho- ment to the millions of wage workers. worked consistently and industrious-- 1 cr than try to meet home needs In both. So It Is with nations. Some rity now that If anything like Sat- Not merely wilt there be a cessation ly In opposition to everything which anti-liquforces have endeavor--' and some are not. urday's primary Is attempted In the of orders for guns nnd schrapnel and the nre cd.to secure and in the contest for Had the sections of this country de- general election in November that other munitions of war but there will veloped as Independent powers they there will be something doing. No a shifting of the war embargo on the the gubernatorial nomination he was would, under the lessons of this war, doubt the Democratic nominee for manufactures of Europe, which will both the recognized nnd the avowed exponent of the "liberal" be preparing rigid systems of Pro- Governor will be willing to defend the American market in element that clement which not ontection so that each might supply its those guilty of corrupting the ballot, more dangerous competition than ' own needs In the event of obstruc- as he Is an expert In that line, hav- - ever unless some barrier shall be in- ly believes In the open saloon but in the Sunday saloon. tion of foreign trade. The United ing practiced on the Terre Haute terposed. Was his success then not due to a Will help parents develop their sons into States, large as it Is, has suffered In gang who are now in the penitentiary . An intimate and familiar examnle this war, to which It was not a party, but if he does not have any better for PnliadelDhlll ls the hoslerv nnd lack of confidence In In fact, a conthe hest type of citizens and Christian from the lack of dyestuffs and cotton success here than he did there, he knlt goods lndustry, the ,ocai pIant8 tempt for tho claims made In behalf of the candi gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatIt has been seriously handi- will not be able to prevent some of which are now enjoying a rush of outlets. capped from its lack of oceanshlp-pln- people from changing their places of orders to meet the demands of local dacy, rather than because of respect tered and conies from the hest homes in and admiration for Mr. Stanley fundamentally a Protective residence. Those people in Terre trade. Every manufacturer and question, since that is one of the few Haute thought that they were Im- every buyer In the trade knows, how- among people who were not selfishly the South. Its capacity is limited, thereindustries which we ever allowed to mune because they had the Court ever, that this condition is abnormal Identified with the liquor traffic? fore, reseivations should bo made early. What had Messrs. McChesney and remain it the mercy of the world- with them, but the Court and all are and that It exists only because the Haly done to Inspire confidence in the This Is more sur- now In the Leavenworth penitentiary great factories of northern France wide competition. Place your son in this select gioup of prising in view of the Industry's close where McChesney said they were long . and Belgium, which under ordinary thousands of Statewjders in Kentucky It has been said by a wise philosoboys. Write past due. relation to defense. conditions ship their products into Kentucky Is one of the greatest , the United States at prices with pher that; Wc I'tnrdingly look to see n "Society gains nothing whilst a modification of Britain's Free-Trad- e States In the Union, and Owensboro , which the American manufacturer, war. Is one of the best cities in the State, paying the American standard of wa- man, not himself renovated, attempts policy with the end of the Unless the Germans triumph, and teeming full of churches and Chrls-tria- n ges and subject to American labor to renovate things around him." For catalogue and information. Jtox A. This quotation has no personal ap-- ; people who practice what they laws cannot compete, are out of comthus are able to dictate terms to their plication here. When Messrs. Haly I opponents. Great Britain will not, preach, and we do not believe that mission on account of the war. And Ski within the next generation, admit to they will Indorse the Saturday pri- it is an equally simple matter of ap- and McChesney suddenly appeared as the leaders of the her own or to her colonial ports Ger- mary or the way It was conducted. preciation that when the war Is over !. llr.li fnp rt,.I I . 1.1 lififn.u 11liIV wn I ' V.'e will give those In authority and the work of rehabilitation be- - temperance cause In Kentucky man products on terms or equality. Hip,1' " .UIllIIUll lltlUI C r people naturally began to ask what ceased, and corn fields nre full Relations have long been strained. time to act, and upon their failure gins which will not be difficult be- -i In Hongk.ong. for example, one of the to take some steps looking to the cause the actual industrial destruc- - they had done to entitle them to such crab grass and weeds. The an eminence. Had they "renovated" tied seasonable weather will result In freest cities in the world and In f purification of the ballot, then we i tlon has been comparatively small Wedding their immediate surroundings before a reasonable large crop of corn, but up In earnest, j inexcoilsequence one of the most shall take the matter these goods wl aga,n pour ,mo the pensive in which to do business the We believe that every honest man In Unlted States and take awaJ. tue de attempting to cleanse the State at a drought would be terious as the large, and if they had not, where weeds and grass would soon exhaust Germans have been close rivals with Daviess county Democrat or Repub- - mand for home ,abor were the scars received in mad ef- the moisture and the corn would be the English. This has led to ser- Hcan will stand by us In an effort The knit goods Industry Is but one expect, to prevent the use of money and The glass Industry ls another. The forts to do so? ious Jealousies. We should unable to mature properly. Mr. Haly, while potent in shaping FLORIST The final yield of rye is estimated TAPSCOTT, if when this war Is over Hongkong dye industry and other i prospective all other classes of legislation, had at 9 bushels, that of oats at 22 buwilling to take a chance. Ow- developments still flies the British flag, that the least products of coal-ta- r Ma?onlc Templo never made an effort to get a StateTeutonic allies would find their busi- ensboro News. another. And the list might be con- wide resolution thru, and neither he shels. The condition of hemp is 97 reness opportunities there greatly OWENSBORO. KY. tinued at great length. Nothing but nor Mr. McChesney, so far as known, per cent. The potato crop is unusunllv tnrirn ntirl 4lio vlntil nml nnnllli stricted. That may mean a closer How's This? a Protective Tariff barrier can avert had ever given the sllghest assistance or a British Imperial federation, Ws offer One Hundred Dollars such an invasion of foreign products, to those who would have submitted of ,he otatoe8 exce,ent; tho prices closerH federation of the allied powers. Reward for any case of Catarrh and it is none to early to emphasize the question of local option to the are very low. Garden conditions by Hall's that fact in anticipation of the next people of Frankfort and Franklin continue good at 95 per cent. Tho that cannot be cured Despondency Due To Indigestion. Catarrh Cure. condition of cow peas ls put at 86 campaign for the election of a presi- county. These and other circumago when I "About three month F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. dent and Congress, and even as an stances led to distrust and suspicion per cent nnd soy beans at S7 per We. F. J. have was suffering from indigestion which Cheneythe underalcned. years, knownbelieve Indirect consideration of Importance cent. All pasture grasses are In and . for ... last 15 the . to a very splendid condition. Bluegrass stands tf spells and .mm peneciiy .nonoraDie .in an .Dusiness caused headache and dizzy WhoMior fhn and the "temperance vote," campaigns. transactions and financially able to carry earlier large extent. It is believed remained at 90 per cent, clover at 91 per cent, made me feel tired and despondent, out any obligations made by his firm. war shall end this year or next, the NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. at home on the day of the primary. TabI began taking Chamberlain's alfalfa 92 per cent and orchard grass Toledo. O. Interest of American industry must Slmlarly, is It not possible that Mr. 92 per cent. Hall's Catarrh Cure ls lets," writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, acting directly upon the taken internally, be the keynote of the next campaign. blood and muStanley wake up the morning after N. V. "This medicine proved to be cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials Fruits have suffered more or less 75 the November election and discover as a result of the rains, storms etc. Your Cough Can be Stopped. the very thing I needed, as one day's sentalltree. Price cents per bottle. Sold Druggists. by Tke Hall Family Pills for constipation. Using care to avoid draughts, ex- that he Is not such a popular idol The condition of apples is biven at treatment relieved me greatly. I posure, sudden changes, and taking after all that his people did not S2 per cent, peaches 71 per cent and uesd two bottles of Chamberlain's i Programme. a treatment of Dr. King's New Dis love hom more, but McChesney less, pears at 89 per cent. Tablets and they rid me of this trouIt is no more possible for The S. S. Convention of the Ohio covery, will positively relieve, and in and that m The condition of poultry sums up ble." Obtainable everywhere. GUARANTIED SERVICE 1 Co. Missionary Baptist will meet at time will surely rid you, of your him to fool all of the people part of as follows: Chickens 90 per cent,' One hundred per cent I It was for McChesney turkeys 80 per cent nnd ducks 87 Roslne Baptist Church Sunday Aug. Cough. The first dose soothes the the time than The Doniocrutic Primary. vnllin Cnnntnl ttrnwir tnwt XT H We have been informed by men 29, 1915, at 10 o'clock a. m. Irritation, checks your Cough, which qnd Haly to fool all of the people per cent. O. W. 10:00 Devotional exercises, Pas- stops in a short time. Dr. King's part of the time than It was for McThe condition of livestock Is as who have watched primaries and genW. F. STEVENS, New Discovery has been used suc- Chesney and Haly to fool part of the follows: Horses 94 per cent, cat- I eral elections for years and It Is the tor J. A. Callora. R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. I people all of the time? 10:20 Report of schools. Enrollcessfully for 45 years and is guarantle 95 per cent, hogs 92 per cent and universal opinion that last Saturday's Representing Continental I Let us have patience and, sec. sheep 94 per cent. Democratic primary was tho most ment of mesengers. teed to cure you. Money back If It Marble & Granite Co. 10:40 Organization. Kentucky Is finally free from all corrupt of anything that has been fails. Get a bottle from your Drug- Lexington Leader. 10:50 Prayer and reading minutes. gist; it costs only a little and will pulled off In tho city of Owensboro quarantine regulations as far as foot Chamberlain's Colic, and mouth disease Is concerned. A 11:00 Doctrinal sermon. Elder help you so much. 3 Recommends Daviess county. Money was and Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. m spent as If It grew upon trees, and Birch Shields. few cases of hog cholera and black 4 "I have never hesitated to recom- leg are reported. Stanley and Statewide Prohibition. and ad12:00 Announcements whiskey was used as if thhe Ohio RiIs probable that there has been mend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera It Taken as a whole the crops during ver was flowing from bank to bank journment. a too ready acceptance of the theory and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Sol the month of July have held their j Noon. goods. It was plain with in 1:15 p. m. Song service and that the defeat of Mr. McChesney and Williams, merchant, Jesse, Tenn. "I own. With favorable weather corn to be seen what was coming from the any other prethe tremendous plurality given to Mr. sell more of it than of and tobacco, tho two largest money crowd at tho Judicial speaking on prayer. STOP AT 1:30 How to maintain and over- Stanley In the Democratic primary parations of like character. I have crops of the state, will be equal to, Friday night, which ought to have g grow Sunday school, Wm. Fair, E. A. a week ago Is conclusive evidence used It myself and found It gave me if not above the. average, for tho humiliating to been that there ls a reactionary tendency more relief than anything else I have state. men who want to conduct primaries Carter and Waren Shields. 2:00 The teacher's meeting and In Kentucky with respect to the pro- ever tried for the same purpose." Oba manner as to draw men to in such m tainable everywhere. Wlmt To Look Forwnrd To. the party instead of driving them how to keep It going, Dr. E. W. Ford, hibition movement. May not one rather find in the reaway in disgust. Elder W. C. Taylor, Sam J. Shields. Dusiness failures in July, 1915, acCorn Report of Kentucky. sult of the primary a stinging rebuke 2:25 Song service. The sad part of It was that a cancording to R. G. Dunn & Co., reached The report of crop conditions for a total of 1,739, being an Increase Judiciary should allow The duty and qualifications of some politicians and political man 2:35 didate for tho followers who, hav- of a S. S. secretary, Will Parks and agers who would use the temperance August 1st shows a continuation of of 328 over July, 1914 and 570 more his rough-necke- d I sentiment of the people as a vehicle favorable weather for the develop- than in July, 1913. This seems to filled with mean whiskey, Elder A. T. Ross. ing been FRANK ECKERT, Prop. 3:00 Why teachers should be upon which to ride Into power and ment of the crops with the exception Indicate that war export orders are take charge of tho Court House sup. . ECKERT, Mgr. I 1. n Dnnt tlAttn AnAA rt posed to be a temple of justice and present every Sunday, Oscar Petty, ' ,n ln .n...l llliu 1110 o.ia,' Mini utiiv of scattered points throughout the not helping the general business of lu Ut3 lUDaru state. it has served Its purpose? A. B. Tlchenor and E. H. Burgess. "hollo" and scream like wild the country, and In spite of war or$1 Up, European Plan The final eslmates of the wheat ders and the decrease of competition Tho official returns have not yet 3:30 Business. Indians until the visiting canre- yield In the state for 1915 Is 10.7 been canvassed, but Mr. Stanley 3:45 Announcements. didate could not proceed. It would imports because of tho war, Free-Traceived in round numbers say 90,000 bushels per acre. This Is short of 4:00 Adjournment. have been bad enough if the candidepression and bankruptcy As an Incentive to the schools of votes. Four years ago 220,000 votes last year's yield by approximately continue. date had been running for the posiThe close of the war will tion of referee in a prize fight, but our Association to be present at these were cast for Mr. McCreary the Dem- two bushels. The continued rains of make things worse, not better. Things We Knock the Spots Out of Things the last month damaged the quality will be better after the elections of when the sitting Judge, who Is a can- meetlirgs a banner will be given to ocratic nominee for Governor. At least 100,000 of those who of the wheat a great deal, and tho 1916 and after a Protectionist Conpermits a the school having the largest repredidate for thing of that kind to go on and nev- sentation present This to be held voted for McCreary did not take part average estimated damage through- gress shall have enacted and a Proer raises his voico in protest, it Is hu- by them until some other school in the primary of a week ago. It Is out the states Is 8 cents per bushel. tectionist president signed a Protecsafe to assume, however, that practi- The average price on the farm is ap- tive Tariff law. That Is the thing to French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a wins it. miliating sight- - for the gods. proximately 95c per bushel. This ls look forward to and to work for. cally all of the strongly you expect W. M. FAIR. But what more could Superior Manner. vote was polled and that the about 25c per bushel higher than tho BIRCH SHIELDS, Mjhen it is said by the friends of tho Send us your Garments and Have bulk of it went to Stanley. farmers obtained who sold their Farm For Sale. Commltteei successful candidate for Judge that Them Eighty acres of good land containWhat of the 100,000 who did not wheat from the threshers In 1914. spent two years' salary, which is he For A Sprained Ankle, The acreage of Durley tobacco ls ing dwelling, barn and other outvote and what would have been their CLEANED CLEAN $8,400, in order to get an endorsehis constituency, to say If you get a bottle of Chamber- attitude It there had been a candi- given at 78 per cent and that of Dark buildings, situated on Hartford and Packages called for and delivered. ment from nothing of what his friends spent lain's Liniment and observe the-- dl- - date who was genuinely typical of the tobacco at 80 per cent. Burley shows Rockport road. Well ami spring on for biro, and it appears unreasonable raMlnnu plvan thnrnwlth faithfully. progressive temperance sentiment of a condition of 75 per cent and Dark farm. Church and schoolhouse near. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB For price, terms, etc., call or address recover In much less time the day? This is a question which tobacco a condition of 77 per cent. to us that his friends should clalma you will .... A. Iva Nail, Prop, 11.. m..Iha.1 DARNETT Sc SON, Agts. The corn crop shows a condition Obtalna- - the politicians well may consider be when his majority of i. UBUHiiy ruijuireu. Mlttu is great victory Much corn got too 34tf Hartford, Ky. complacently upon the of 84 per cent m fore they rest HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. , jbout 1,200 in round numbers in the ble everywhere. EUROPEAN WAR district have cost him and his friends KEYNOTE TO THE it least ten dollars each. Tanner's race was taken away . Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE ( be-'o- re September 13th to 18th, 1915 Biggest Saddle Horse Show the o, all-rou- , Anti-Saloo- ....Trotting nnd Pacing Races Ench Day.... Midway nnd Grand Fireworks Display. RUTH LAW, Sensational Lady Aviator over-supp- ly , ,,,. any-thin- I I iniHHHHIHIHHHHHHHW Vanderbilt Training School for Boys er ELKTON, KY. g, J r.ia-tcri- MATHENEY & BATTS H:For Bedding Plants Decorations, Funeral Designs. Etc.. see I I K noams When Louisville I I I J 100-pro- of : sober-thlnkln- ECKERT'S 5th Avenue Hotel de Ladies' and Men's Garments m tenMfl w Y steam; or 60 minutes In pressure ductive to tho very highest typo of THE CANNING cooker outfit. citizenship. Tho real safeguard of our nntlon A Medicine Chest For 25c. OF SOUPS FOR AMERICA lies In the upbuilding nnd the perIn this chest you have an excelpetuation of tho local community lent remedy for Toothache, Bruises, our business, our where clusters Sprains, Stiff Neck, Backache Neuchurches, our schools nnd society, How to Prepare Stock Economiralgia, Itheumatlsm nnd for most October Third Designated by Na- nnd out of which comes our civilizaemergencies. of One 2Cc. bottlo tion. And tliu real purpose of "Nacal Use of Products Which tional Community Betterme.it Sloan's Liniment does It all this tional Community Holtcrmcnt Day" becnuso these ailments are symtoms, Might be Wasted. Is to unite the peoplo of all creeds, Association As Holiday. not diseases, and arc caused by conof nil political olllllatlon, nnd of nil gestion and Inflamntlon. If you ngps In one great effort to make their It is a great convenience doubt, nsk those who use Sloan's At times own community a better place to live This Is n time for n new patriot-Ibi- ii In, n better place In which to trans- to the ImuRcwtfo to bo able to reach Liniment, or better still, buy a 25c. n homo patriotism n tlmo for act business, better plnco In which to a shelf for a can of soup, open It, bottle and prove It. All druggists. 3 boat It, and servo It within a few people to stop nml think anil every to rear and educate n family. Oil As Fire KxtlngtiMicr. National Coinmunlly Iietterment minutes' time. The Department of Mini nml every woman Interested In "What would you think If you got Day, Sunday, October Third, Is to bo Agriculture's specialist in homo cannitli (li'voloptmnl of the'- - cwn town call for kerosene to put Instruction point out that a hurry-u- p everybody's day and every one should ng-club and community will be Interested In be Interested In It. The local com- tho next logical step for tho club out n fire?" asks the Standard Oil lli ni'tj.n vino t sent on' liy the munity belongs In common to every members after learning to can fruits Company of California. "Probably you would request a recommunity Hettcrnient Asso- mnn woman and child In It, nnd they and ends of vegetables and cereals scraps, bones, ligaments, and odds petition of the order, thinking that Sunday, October In turn arc a part of tho community. ciation declaring and ends of vegetables and cecrenls you had not heard aright, and when third; 1915, Community Day to bo Our states nnd our nation uro mndc Into an economical, ns well as palat- It was repeated you would probably up oi locnl communities and tho nbecrved throughout the nation. something thnt can bo conclude thnt some one was mentalstandard of our national citizenship able, soup We have holidays such na July enn never rlso nbovo tho level of tho made ready In a few minutes for use ly unbalanced or atempting a practiFourth and Thanksgiving Day, which standard of citizenship In the local ns a hot dish. cal Joke." nru by common consent observed naYet the Callfornl compny reports Making Hemp Ktork. Dlicctloiw for coir muni ties. tionally, and wo have many soml- Secure 2fi pounds of beef hocks, that It received Just such an order This day to ninny will appear as on holldnys observed locally, as Old Set- - ' Innovation. All nrc Interested In mak- Joints, and bones containing morrow from tho cotton yard at Calexico, Cal. g Days, New- ing tier's Days, tho locnl community better; but nnd strip off tho fat and meat, crack- Flro had broken out In the cotton ' comers' Days, etc. These all mean tho National Association lias anttci- - ing the bones with a hatchet or clca- - bales and oil was wanted to extinmuch to us as a people, but none-- of pated that some would nsk: "Vhnt,vcr. Place the bones within n thin guish It. The application of kerothese days, whether observed locally enn wo do?" nnd have offered tho cloth sack and put them Into n large sene to put out the fire Is explained or nntlonully, are of grenter impor-tnnc- c following suggestions. kettlo containing fi gallons of cold ns folllows: A cotton bale has been to people of nil kinds and every one should ad- water. Simmer, but do not boll, for subjected to heavy pressuro; water First, thnt clusscs than Community Hettcrnient i vertise community dny by telling C or 7 hours, then skim off all fat will penetrate It but an Inch or so, Hay, a day for peoplo to consider others nbout it. from the liquid. Do not salt while whereas kerosene will go clear to the things of patriotism nearest to them, This should make about center; a fire In a cotton bale docs Second, thnt the local newspaper simmering. their own home business, churches, as well as the largo metropolitan 5 gallons of soup stock. Pack the not blaze, simply smolders and eats , ncbools and society. dally papers should tell the people stock while hot in glnss Jars, bottles, its way into the bale; at the comparaThe people of our town, communl- - about this day and what It means. or enameled or lacquered tin cans, tively low temperature at which cotties and neighborhoods are not llv- -j Third, tho minister should con- and partially seal the jars; If tin can3 ton burns nnd where thero Is no Ing In such close relations as In days sider It. nro used, cap and tip. If using a flame, kerosene does not ignite. After gone by. The tendency of late years bath outfit, sterilize for 40 tho flro is extinguished tho bands Fourth the business men's clubs, has been for peoplo to move nbout such ns merchants' associations, minutes; If using a waterscal or 5 arc removed from tho hale and the more, which has broken up the old chambers of comerce, and advertis- pounds of steam pressure outfit, tor-lll- burned portions of cotton stripped neighborhood, and to a certain ex-- 1 ing clubs should give tho subject of off. Tho ubc of kerosene has practi.10 minutes, or 2G mlnutC3 If uscally no detrimental effect on tho tent, 'family ties, and now we are Community Kettcrtnent special atten- ing pressuro cooker outfit. finding It necessary to organize clubs, tion at their meetings. cotton, nnd after it has been spread Vegetable Soup. disapassociations and guilds of various soup may Lo out for a few day3 all odor Fifth, that the young peoples' soA good vegetable sorts to bring our people together cieties have special programs on this made, according to the department's pears. ngaln. National Community Ilctter-me- day. The Standard of California, howexperts, as follows: Soak Day really had Is inception at far- of a pound of lima benns aud 1 pound ever, cautions all who experiment Sixth, that the ladles' clubs, n creat community meeting in the, mers' clubs and in fact all societies with kerosene as a flro extinguisher of lima beans and 1 pound of rice in town of Valley City, North Dakota. nnd associations, with a purpose of to proceed cautiously. 0f rjco n Water for 12 hours Cook -- . The people of Valley City and com-- l bettering tho peoplo of the communl pound of barley for hours. Blanch Vo Aro Standing on a Mine. m unity have for a number of years ty, their home life, their business, 1 pound of carrots, 1 pound of onTho people of tho United States held a chautnucfua assembly for two! their church, schools and society, ions, 1 medium sized potato, and I Here aro not in a position to prate about weeks during each summer. should give this subjest serious con- red pepper for 3 minutes in boiling tho great wave of commercial Indus the people come from far and near sideration. hot water, and then quickly dip into I try to come to ) his country when tho by train, automobile and carriage to Of course, all these clul)3 and asso- cold water. After this is done, tho enjoy the Intellectual feast consist- ciations will not have meetings on carrots, onions, potatoo and pepper European war isover. We are standing ing of lectures, discussions, debates, Community Day, but they will all be should be cut into small cubes and on a mine right now; and that mine Free-Trad- e, manufactured at Is muBlcal concerts, and other entertain- having meetings before the day set mixed thoroughly with tho lima beans Washington and patented by tho provided by the management. ment for the observance of Community nnd rice which havo been cooked as This assembly was started largely Hetterment Day throughout the na- described above. Fill the glass Jars Democratic party. That mine will to provide amusement and entertain- tion, and at these meetings the sub-Je- c or lacquered or ennmelcd tin cans go off with the enormous free Importo come from Germany at the ment for the peoplo throughout thnt three-fourtcan and should be given considerfull of tho above mix- tations close of the war, unless Protective of the state but It soon grew ation. section ture of vegetables and cereals. The Is adopted In 1916. Deer RivA great audito large proportions. Every family should fly the United next step Is to prepare a smooth Tariff er (Minn.) News. was built, boys' and girls' States flag on "National Community torium pound of wheat paste from one-hacamps have been established where Day." flour blended with 5 gallons of soup Tho Chief Cause of Concern. young men and woseveral hundred -. stock. Boll this mixture for 3 minmen come each summer for instrucSound economists now are chiefly Tho Clerk Guaranteed It. utes and add 4 ounces of salt. Pour tions in real home economics, and so "A customer camo Into my store this mixture or stock over the vege- concerned about tho flood of cheap tho institution has becomo a real the other day and said to one of my tables until tho cans are full. Par- European supplies which will pour community center. into America after tho war, unless will tially seal tho Jars, or cap and tip tho At the last assembly, held early in clerks, "have you anything that tho Tariff Is raised to shut them out. tin cans, and sterilize for 90 minutes July, one of the noted lecturers to cure diarrhoea?" and my clerk went If using a hot water bath outfit; 75 Europe will endeavor to utilize Its uppear on tho programme was lien and" got him a bottlo of Chamberor 5 enormous increased facilities for hilnutes If using a water-seIt. Vardaman, nationally known as a lain's Colic. Cholera nnd Diarrhoea pound of steam pressure outfit; or manufacture to produce articles of community expert, and nssoclnto edcommerce where they now make supKemedy, and said to him, "If this 45 minutes Is using pressure cooker. plies of war. Prices of everything itor of tho Merchants' Trade JourSoup. Cream of I'en you, I will not charge are sure to drop heavily all over tho nal of Dca Moines, lown. This day does not cure Soak In water overnight S pounds It home was characterized in tho program as you n cent for It." So he took peas until world. Philadelphia Public Ledger. a and came back In a day or two and of dried peas. Cook tho -- -. "inisinebs Men's Day, and a great they nro soft and then mnsh them peoplo camu from a radius said he was cured," writes J. H. Berthrong of Is Sickness A Sin? peas 5 delegations ry & Co., Salt Creek, Va. Obtalnablo fine. Add to the mashed bring of seventy five- miles; tho If not, it's wicked to neglect Illgallons of soup slock, nnd ni enmo from surrounding towns,.many everywhere. wholo to n boll; then pass the boiling ness nnd means of relief. It's wick. bringing brass bands, and Mr. Vardaliquid through a flno seive. Make ed to endure Liver Ills, Headache, Old Sums Autoi.eil. man taking advantage of the splendid Indlgestlou, Constipation, when one a smooth pasto by mixing one-hnTho auto's tho thing. spirit of enthusiasm and good fellowIs Podophyllln pound of flour and a llttlo water; dose of bought. A tiro saved la a tiro ship manifested by tho people, busiadd 10 ounces of sugar and 3 ounces (May Apple), without tho grlpo. It Gasoline makes tho tiro go. ness men. farmers, professional men peas arouses the Liver, Increases tho flow Oil In time, keeps tho engines fine. of salt, and add the wholo to the at this great community meeting, pro there's and soup stock. Cook the whole un- of bile Nature's antiseptic in the Whllo there's gasoline proposed that a day should bo set til tho soup begins to thicken nnd Bowels. Your Constipation and othaside as "National Iietterment Day" hope. becauso you'll never be then pack In tho glass jars or tin er Ills disappear over-nigHo careful nnd and ns a result of tho date of Octo-bo- r has helped Nature to recans. Partially seal tho Jars, or cap Third has been designated by pinched. using a move tho cause. Get a bottlo from It's n long stretch of sand that has and tip tho tin cans. If tho National Community Iietterment Get rid of bath outfit, sterilize for 00 your Druggist Association and will bo observed no end. 3 using water-se- your Constipation overnight. An nutolst Is Judged by tho com- minutes; 80 minutes it throughout the country. . outfit; or 45 minutes In pressure October Third falls upon Sunday, pany ho rides. Horseflies. Upon each machlno some accidents cooker. and a Sunday has. been chosen by Horseflies nro not only a serious Cream of Potato Soup. tho Nntlonal Association as "Com- must bufull. Boll 1 Ms pounds of potatoes, sliced nnnoynnco to live stock In many sec All the world loves tho owner of a munity Day" for a purpose None thin with 5 gallons of soup stock, for tions of tho United States, but aro should have a greater Interest In real now model. car may look at a 10 minutes. Add 3 ounces of salt, frequently agents in transmitting A uplift community betterment and h of butter, and boll slow tho disease known as anthrax, or than the minister; and while ho Is twelve. ls charbon, which Is extremely fatal not C minutes. Make 3 TIs a wlso autolst that knows his ly for Interested In tho wolfuro of tho peoof flour Into smooth paste only to various kinds of animals but plo about him, tho peoplo are also own machine. proved and his ma- - and add to tho above. Cook 3 min- to man as well. It has been interested in tho welfare of tho ! Tho reckless driver utes and pack In glass Jars or tin In experiments that horseflies, as well hurch. So In deciding unon a 'lav chine are often parted. keep your cans while hot. Partially seal the as tho stable fly, carry this disease. Day; Trust In tho Lord, but In tho for the AMI Wtoa Betterment Jars, or cap and tip the cans. Steril- In "particular, observations upon u ouu-da- tall light burning. me Association ueciueu using plateau region of west Texas furnish A car In the garago is worth two ize 90 minutes If because upon that day tho peobath outfit; 75 minutes If using wate- important evidence that tho horsefly sales floor. plo of the community can gettogother on tho outfit; or 45 minutes it us- is responsible In some degree for tho Vou never miss the gasoliho till r-seal with inconvenleuco to none. spread of this disease to healthy anl- ing pressure cooker. runs dry. hA Hfllfl. On October Third thousands of tho tank ilium. nM.to ""-J- . It olinulil Bean Soup. id f.M He who rides in the rear seat canministers throughout the country Soak 3 Dounds of beans 12 hours does not iu any way lessen the necesway. will deliver messages at either their not choose the pounds of ham slty for the other measure of con Out of tho fulness of his gasoline in cold wnter. Cut 2 morning or evening services, and cubes and place In trolling anthrax,. such ns the burn meat Into tho special tank the good tourist lendeth. with Bomo at both, inocuia spring a young man's fancy a. smnll sack. Place beans, ham, and ing carcasses and preventive of horse Iu the thought of centering tho minds of tho In fact, largenumbers 4 gallons of wator In kettle and boll tlon. thoughts of a new model. peoplo of the local community upon tunw to very soft, flies have been observed feeding on Let the muffler remain closed, for slowly until the beans aro things of llfo In that comthe better ham and beans from tho animals which had cither Just died Itemove the oft proclaims the man. munity. Throughout our country tho muffler Re- - j or wero about to die from anthrax, Speed and tho world speeds with liquor aud mash the beans flHe. cities and towns and the smaller and mashed beans to the At this tlmo tho blood Is known to bo young you, slow down, and you slow down turn ham ral communities are losing liquor and add 5 gallons of soup filled with the germs of tho disease, young woiuen, who are drift- alone. men and bring to This emphasizes the importance of All machines that glisten are not stock and seasoning and ing' to" the large centers or rather and destroying they glisten you may be boll. Fill into glass Jars and tin Isolating sick animals but Immediately after they are being drawn to the large gold, they if not need painting, Partially seal glass the carcasses cans while hot. do centers by condltlous; and one needs sure a man diligent in his Jars, or cap and tip tho tin cans. Pro- - death unSeest thou but glance at these conditions to Even, however, when the horsefly bath our driving ho shall get to tho next town, cess 2 hours if using derstand that the tendency for cenwater-seplays no par in the spread of be shall not tarry long on the road. outfit; 90 minutes If using people and wealth and power to under 0 pounds of thrax, It may cause severe loss of 75 minutes Indianapolis News. con ter In the large cities Is not A NEW DAY Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest If you had a machlno thnt you could operate nt a good profit day in nnd dny out, would you not count ns a loss the time it stood idle? Your money is n good money-makin- g machine. Invested in our certificates of deposit or on saving nccount, It cams Interest every day of the week, every week of tho month and every month of the year. Remember, we glvo you absoluto security and pay you tho best rate of Interest. c al Central Trust Company Cor. 4th nnd Frederlcn. KNOWN KVEKYWHERK as the SAFE nnd ItELIABLEUANK Home-Comln- S B- - AB Reducing the Cost of Upkeep I ; hot-wat- er I zo ,s Ball Bearing; Long Wearing nt THE INSTALLATION of one-four- th I Lc C. Smitk &? Bros. - I Typewriters is invariably followed by the discovery that the bills for ribbons are muck less than be- fore. . its ribbon expense "was cut in two. This is not an accident. It is the 'result of the mechanical construction that makes the L. C. Smith 6? Bros, cheapest to maintain. The tall bearings give light touch and" eliminate pounding impact. The ribbon is actuated by the carriage, not the typebar. The ribbon mechanism is automatic, so that the ribbon reverses at the instant the end is reached and without added strain. Low ribbon cost, low cost or maintenance and these are guaranteed to the highest efficiency L. C. Smith & Bros, users. DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKING " A large corporation recently found - lf . L. .C. SMITH & BROS. lSrJuclx TYPEWRITER C? CitiM llomt Qffkt and Factory, SYRACUSE. N. Y. in All Principal al 414 Main Street CINCINNATI, OHIO. 0 ts: stock. The worry caused by tho files blto frequently causes animals to ceaso feeding and to group themselves together for mutual protec tion. When tho pest is more than usual abundant nervous animals aro sometimes driven frantic and Injure them selves In various ways. Further- -, .i,. t i,o nt. i. tacks of tho fly may be very serious, In the department havo cases in .which it was estt- mated that in the course of a single several hundred flics gorge thorn- selves with blood from ono animal, In addition to tho blood drunk by files, much was lost by trickling out of tho wounds made by tho in- - TB the animals placed In these during the mlddlo of the day when the files are the worst. Such a screened cago Is very desirable as a means of Isolating animals suspected of anthrax. After a diseased animal has been In It the cage should always bo disinfected. Most of the specie of horseflies breed in swampy places. For tho roaron tho numbers of the flies crease with tho clearing up nnd culti-studivatlon 6f marshy areas. This of course Is a very slow measure of "ef and Investigators have found that the process may bo hastened by placing a film of kerosene on the sur-th- o oI watcr- - AU adu,t ce Mci that strike the kerosene are stroyed. This system of control Is valuable chiefly in regions thero aro comparatively few pools of water or In wooded areas where tain pools aro observed to be especlal- ly attractive to mo nies. The adult fly frequently deposits s eggs on tho leaves of water plants growing In pools or along streams, hut In west Texas it has been found that tho eggs are usually deposited on rocks sticking out of runntng wa- ter. When first deposited uie eggs are absolute white, but they soon nlmnat lilnnk or. In other cases. ti,r --- u " maggots hatch iu a few days and drop off Into the water or mud. When full grown they change into the pu-pal or resting stage and a few weeks after emerge as adult files. M6st of the species of horseflies require ly a year to complete this life cycle, and bo there Is usually but one gen- eratlon annually, mere are a iurs number of different species, however, each of which shows- - minor dlffer- onces. One ot tno most iraponuii irrniins 1b knbwn- as the "ear" o "deer" fly. This Is a comparative! smalnsect with mottled wings. ed re-d- ay lf .i.i ht hot-wat- er to-da- al P'8 four-cylind- one-fourt- table-spoonfu- y, hot-wat- er 1 tf-in- ch ...i , bot-wat- er al lt; Tho adult horsefly is equipped with such a formidable biting apparatus that It, Is dlfllcult to protect from Its Any substance which will ropel them effectually Is likely to In- jure the attlmal to which It Is applied. will, how- A preparation which over, give some temporary degree of protection consists of 1 gallon of flsh nil 1 ,mr oil of tar. and 1 ounce oil of pennyroyal. This may bo .nrnvn,i nn work animals with ad- vantage, but the uso of sprays Is . .... practically impossiDie in mo cuB ui range stock. Bulletin No. 131 oi tne Department of Agriculture, which may bo obtained from the Suporln- tendent of Documents, Washington, C, fpr 6 cents, deals with this question of repellents. Another method which has the ad- of simplicity Is to provide sheds which furnish rather dense shade and Into which live stock may .i. npaR r most trouble- some. Horseflies do not enter these ,hiv nrt th utock will ob- ,,.. . . - .,,. oi..hia w lain Home renei. rut stock or for young calves cages are sometimes constructed and cer-attac- ks. ...... - --- D near-vanta- ge ,, :..i. of $ wwm Hartford Republican.' tn-- MHlw, here, when advised. tt the ruling of tho Stuto Supreme Court, declined to make a statement. I3ftl i IN MINE TRIALS Knttna ccoTdiBn to iw at tfc. rotom) m ot th. rU.rt.Kjr.. M U tt Master Commissioner's Side. ln,ernntonat KxeCutlVO CommlttCO Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. of the Miners Union. It goes fur- ther and says Judge- - Hlllyer must Former Company Attorney Is Al- - Lemnn Newton PJalntlff, C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor vs. not try any more of these cases, be- -, Ghas. H. White, Defendant. cause ho Is not only Judge but nil At- ,. f legation of Lawson c?mmunlc-t,o- na to,torney for the Mine operators. Good By virtue of a Judgment and order -Hartford Republican. of rale of the Ohio Circuit Court, renAttorneys. fo tfco auprcme Court ot Colorado. dered at the Juno term, 1015, In the Mr. Hlllyer was appointed Judge by NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS above cause for the sum nf S22K. the Governor of Colorado, no doubt dwlrlng th. pbixt nt to n new at tho Instance of tho Mine Owners, YOUR-SEL- F Denver, Col., Aug. 17. The fight with Interest nt tho rnte of C per cent In makloK tli ddfwM mint ftlre the old addrrM with full knowledge of what was ex- of the United Mine Workers of Amer- per annum from the 25th day of Nor Mt. vember, 1013, With a fair trial ica to obtain a now trial for paid nnd tho BotlnrMi Local ond Notice 10c prr lice and Dc pected of him. John R. further sum of until per Hie for ench ndilltloniil Insertion, $4.25 with like InterLawson will be acquitted. Lawson, member of the International ObltDArlen, Ileoolntlon. and Card ot Tlnnli'.r.fl Executive Committee of thb Miners' est from the 24th day of May, 1015, per line, money In ndrnnrx. costs herein. I will offer for eervlcce free, bn otter Charch Notice Union, who was convicted on a charge jand DISGRACK TO CIVILIZATION. adv. rtlfem.nte. Re jier lino. BREAK-IN- G of murder growing out of the strike for sale by Public Auction nt the The cruel death visited upon Leo Anocjraotn coramnnkntlone will receive no Court House door In Hartford, on M. Frank, by a Georgln mob, will go riots at Ludlow, Col., met a partial ttcntlon Monday, the 6th day of August, 1015, down in history as one of the most victory today when the State Su- about ono o'clock p. m., upon I KA Tl uw? n: I Jf I a credit heartless and unnecessary murders preme Court granted n writ of super of six months the following described - 1S3 which has ever disgraced any State sedeas, prlllmlnary to a review of the . G Oscxlar. ..- -. property, 3 a adore 1 CO The mine in the Union. Frank was serving a, Lawson case on merits. " Two tracts ot land near Fordsvllle, life sentence for n murder and the workers won a second victory when Ohio County Kentucky, situated nnd FRIDAY, AUGUST 20. proof of his guilt was of a very doubt- - tno Supreme Court barred Judge bounded as follows: Granby Hlllyer, who sentenced Law-triful character. So much so that the Trnctl. Beginning nt a stake Judge left a letter, In which he , son- - froni presiding at future trials to II. B. Westcrfleld and Clay growing out of strlko disorders. said he had doubts of Frank's guilt, Edwards; then with Westerfleld's Tlle supersedeas writ stays the line The testimony was circumstantial ex- -' 72E. 70 poles to a stone on cept that furnished by a worthless j execution of the sentence of life tho north side of n small branch; who told at least five stories, prlsoument, pronounced on the labor then S. CC E. 33 nnd two third poles all contradictory. After nil efforts leader by Judge Hlllyer last May. to center of crossing In west line of to obtain a new trial had failed Gov. Tho court deferred settlement of tho I. C. R. R.; then with said lino of R. question of admitting him to ball and Slaton commuted his sentence from It. In a N. W. Direction to the Washdeath to a life term. For this act Lawson still is in Jail at Trinidad. ington Station road; thence with said The writ of prohibition by which an attempt was made to mob the road about west to land of Clay Governor. After Frank wns remov- -' t,,e court barred Judge Hlllyer from (excluding n 1 acre lot hereI, - presiding at future strike trials was ed to the prison fnrm another con' tofore conveyed) then with Edwards vlct tried to kill him by cutting his Issued following presentation by line about S. 7 W. CO poles to the bethroat with a butcher knlke.. It Is Lawson s attorneys of the contention ginning, containing 34 acres, more difficult to believe all this could have of bias on the part of Judge Hlllyer or less. Tract 2, beginning at be occured without acquesencc of the because at one time ho was an at- ginning corner of REPUBLICAN TICKET. tract 1. then west prison officials. Frank was suppos torney for the coal mining compan 72 poles to a stone corner to H. C. ies. Judge Hillyer was appointed to ed to be under the protection of the For Governor Edwin P. Morrow. State. His foul murder is a disgrace the bench last spring by Gov. Carl- Crow; then with this line S. 04 poles -to two white oaks; then east 40 For lieutenant Governor Lewis to Georgia. It was not only unnec son. poles to J. B. Westerfleld's corner; X. Walker. Several hundred essary but, It dispatches are true the strike For Secretary of State James P. participants treated their victim, who causes remain on the docket in Judge then with his line N. 10'E. 03 poles to the beginning, containing Lewis. was still suffering from the wound Hiliyer's district. about 30 acres, and being part of For Auditor of Public Accounts Lawson's application for a writ of hi his troat, in a most inhuman manthe land conveyed to C. H. Whltler Edward A. Weber. ner. What can we now say of Villa error and a supersedeas staying the by Delila Whltler et. al., by deed For Clerk Court of Appeals Earl and his Mexican cut throats? Are we, execution of the sentence pronounced undated October C, 1887, and of record ' Huntsman. C as a people, any better? We have by Judge Hlllyer, was based upon in the Ohio county clerk's office deed For Superintendent of Public In- heretofore favored intervention in the same allegations contained in a book 5, page 401. struction R. P. Green. Mexico in the interest of, humanity. previous motion for a new trial, defr For Commissioner of Agriculture, but are we fit for tho job? The State nied by Judge Hillyer. Notable Drainage Tax Notice. Xbor and Statistics William C. of Kentucky hac been advertised far among these allegations was an af Notice is hereby given that an asUanna. and wide, because of our lawlessness, fidavit by Grover Hall, a member of sessment or tax levy of Tree ner Commissioner C. M. For B. R., but we now yield the pajlxn to the the Jury which convicted Lawson, de- cent, based upon the original assess?aroett. claring that he was induced to agree State of Georgia. ment for cost of construction etc. For Circuit Judge R. W. Slack. to the verdict of guilty through coerwas made by the Board of Drainage j C, Attorney cive measures employed by a court Our Responsibility in Mexico Commissioners at a meeting held on J U. Smith. Another appeal from Americans bailiff. The application also claim- - August 14th., 1015 on the lands and - JftX fixate Senator Albert Leach. tiat addll,onal evidence had been land owner located and within the resident in the ity of Mexico found. For Representative L. L. Embry. been sent to Washington DAM, KY. It is a G. A." Barnes et al., Drainage disFor Circuit Court Clerk Wallace long indictment, fortified - ith a mass The motion to bar Judge Hillyer trict, The M. F. Tichenor et al., SL Riley. of evidence proving the crimes ot from presiding in future trials grow- Drainage districts, in Ohio County, ing out of the recent strike of ColoMexicans now in the field, "drunk Ky. The Tax due to this assessment rado coal miners was filed in the may now be paid to the Treasurer of Wh'ere, 0', where is William J. with illgotten power and the spirit Supreme Court on June 28. Ohio County Ky., without additional of graft and hate," and whose dally State Uryan! The motion specifically applied to cost, but on and and nightly crimes are "jthe killing after Sept. 22nd, the murder cases against John Burke 1015 the unpaid assessments will be We protest against this Nation be- of men, the outraging of women, and thi rlpsfriirttnn of nrnnertv." Thfi i Charles Haines and K. Uyado.'grow- - in the hands of the Sheriff of Ohio coming 6lmply a protest factory. fl6htlnB "round Wal County, Ky., for collection when admost brief and eloquent paragraph lnjlnS out f in the spring of 1014. The ditional cost will necessarlally be the appeal is that describing existing Hon. R. W. Slack Is as well equipWe arc prepared to till your orders in various klnrta of Building avowed purpose of the defendants' added. ped for Circuit Judge as any lawyer chaos, in which it is sale: "There attorneys however, was to raise is- OHIO COUNTY BOARD DRAINAGE material, nt prices that will meet your approval, Is not even a semblance of govern in this Judicial district. His legal --- -Write us for prices for anytlilng'you need, COMMISSIONERS. ment here at the capital, pnd we are sues on which they hoped to prevent "'" ability Is unquestioned Hillyer presiding1 at any future strike S. T. BARNETT, Pres. living on a smoldering volcano. The i cases. Attest: W. S. TINSLEY, Clerk. entire City Council has been ImprisMr. Stanley announces that his The motion was based mainly on FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY jtlatform will go further than a mere oned without cause. We have seen the alleged fact that Judge Hillyer Incorporated For Sale Cheap. three Changes of armed government endorsement of the present County was formerly an attorney for the We have a 2 acre lot near Mc- WllMOti, Mgr. unit and declare against State Wide in thirty days. There is n,o commun- Colorado coal mine owners and was FORDSVILLE, KY. Henry and Simmons mines to offer at ication with the world except by speProhibition. therefore prejudiced against the ac- a bargain. A good two 1C foot room cial messengers. An indictment of Mexicans is not cused strikers. It was charged that house, barn smoke house and good Mr. Lawrence Tanner has filed a the mine owners employed a force contest against Mr. Ringo alleging the only one in this cry of distress of attorneys and detectives to secure well of water. One half mile ot church and school house. Would and almost of despair. It is said that fraud, vote buying and irregularities convictions of strikers, the Democratic primary election things have been steadily growing Granby Hlllyer before his and that iiiake a fine poultry farm. in appointAug. 7, For terms call on or address. is probable (ig ballot worse for months, and that, although ment of Judge, belonged to this BARNETT & SON. Jjoies will lie opened, pud n recount Washingto.. has been apprised of the j force'.--"--- -Hartford, Ivy. facts, it lias refused to inform the 48ti Jiad in that race. JiuJKH HlH'6r presided at the trial people of them. American I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording T ot j'Olilt It. Tawson In which the fnrtha fnllmvinir Firo Inaiirnncn fnmtinniM! Pnntinimtnl. i Readers of the Globe Democrat ..... VU...t.... ..w. .Wl ' l.fa1.t -' The election of Morrow and the leader was convicted of first-d- e FOR FLETCHER'S Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes Z can be will hardly be surprised at these hnr gree murder. entire Republican State ticket the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. Tho rifylng revelations ot events which acomplished by faithful work. Two Dissent. bo Inevitable, unThese are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to majority of President Wilson over we have claimed to Chief Justice W. H. Gabbert and counMeeting of Ohio County Good Roads' hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Ilespegtfully, E, Garrlgues dissentthe vote of Taft and Roosevelt was der conditions for which this try Is largely responsible, and for Justlco James opinion which was deAssociation. only, about 1,400, showing how slened from the appeal Indicts tho adminTho meeting of tho Ohio county der is the Democratic majority In which thisby saying: "These condi- livered by Justlco S. H. White. istration Kentucky. reciting tho allegations of Good Roads Association at FordsAfter tions put the gravest responsibility prejudice presented by counsel for vllle last Saturday was well attended, upon the United States, which not When Mr. Stanley spoke at Hart-lor- d United Mine Workers the court there was a large crowd In town for permitted but promoted the a he attacked tho Frankfort ring only has said it was deemed unnecessary to the occasion. Simon Smith had amunltlon, and viciously. Judge Hlllyer had large tent pitched along side of WilHe said It deserved to bo them, with arms and whether asked that every citizen lend a hand as well as state aid. encouragement of political adventur- determine ot counsel in the case forming son & Co's. store and tendered It for in cleaned out lock, stock and branch Should the roads bo rebuilt ac- -' with the court and prostituted liberty and beenbasts ot have tho meeting. There were at least the suit. or words to that effect. Here are ers who rights." the would human session was this asociatlon in working the roads, cording to the state plans It some of the men he must clean out, "Without regard thereto we are 400 inside when the . and studying the needs and condi- glvo this part ot tho county more now members of the Frankfort adcertain, from the facts alleged," said opened at 1:30 by E. W. Ford, pre- tions to enable us to secure the best mileage than any other except the How Prosperity 1h Undermined. ministration; Black, his candidate the court, "that a reasonable person siding In the absence of the Presi- system of roads possible for our large county seat' and they certainly need Henry Governor; Gilbert his A Tariff that teaches Americans to might very properly conclude that dent, Dr. S. O, McKlnney. for lieutenant them. territory. candidate for Supt. Public Instruc- buy European goods weakens the because of Judge Hiliyer's Interest Hobbs made an efficient secretary Tho next meeting will be at Crom- Hon. U. E. Woods, ot Louisville The first "Big Gun" to lead oft was his candidate for Sec. foundations of permanent prosperity and activity in a cause of similar tion, Hamlet Is secretary ot tho well. spoke next. lie It the people are enough Inot State, Goodpaster, hi) candidate In the United States. If Americans character against active associates ot our only John. B. Wilson who com- 'State Good Itoads Association and terested In the matter to build up a tor Treasurer, Logan his candidate made all goods bought by Americans relators he has within the meaning peted with a "Texas" locomotive for spoke knowingly of the conditions as strong association we will have good there would be no need to turn to of the law, a bias or prejudice that about thirty minutes, showing that he was born and raised in Brecken-rldg- e roads, otherwise we don't deserve .for Attorney General. the export--, business for relief from would In all probability prevent him he is some sure enough "Good Roads' county and was familiar with them. Our Democratic friends are very war depression. If the union were from dealing fairly with the relators, man. Among other things he said the need of Improved highways tor ,LtsL of new members of the Ohio since becoming Judge ot Ohio now reviving the remains complete, financially and commer- as defendants." that buty just -preside over educational, religious and social bet- County Good Itoads Association: county nnd having to Lawson Jubilant. ol the Progressive party, trying des cially, tho United States and Latin E. E .Hardaway, J. H. Brown, Dr. terment. He emphasized the point, perately to caox it back to life. How America could laugh at tho threats Trlndad, Col., Aug. 17. John R. Fiscal Court he had not only given that every Improvement worth while J. S. Smith, Ed. Nelson, Miss Effle changed their attitude. Three years ot the warriors of Europe. Lawson at the county Jail here to- a great deal of time to tho "Jload" had to be paid for in time! thought, Mllhall, Thos H. Benton, Jas. L. were leveled ot Tariff Pro- day when advised ot the ruling ot question but spoke in the highest ago all their batteries There is lens need money, but he also show- Park, C. P. Elliott, W. R. Beula, 1 terms ot the magistrates and other labor and at the Progressives and at Col Roose- tection against South and Central the State Supreme Court said: conclusively that bad roads wo T. ltogers, Alfred Clark. O. N. Rock. any European officials In this effort to spend the ed velt, whom they termed the "third America than against "I consider the action of the Su now have, caused the whole people a II. C. Johnston, Geo. TV. Prlee,' WrS. the first step to- tax payers money to the best advanterm candidate." The failure of tho country because the products of La- preme Court y greater loss than the outlay to se Vlck, C. E. Toler ' give the re- tin America seldom compote with ward my complete vindication, ot tage, and the main complaint was Tar V.'laon administration to Mr Heber Mathews h .wilg-- d cure Improved roads. Several were lief promised is more responsible for those of tho United States and tho which I have never had a doubt from that tho amount aportloned ($2,000)- n w w- - as Secretary and Mr.'Quy-fiuUl- ar io say irk to each of the eight magisterial dlsthe complete colapse ot the Progres- wage scale is more on a parity with the beginning. I'm hopeful of not wuuun uinuu u -- nun iu McIIenry has been selected -- by "the perience. sive party than any other cause. Hun- the scale that prevails in the United only getttng a new trial, but of being trlcts was too small for the work to mislead but plainly that the Executive-Committe- e achtai ger, want and unemployment will States. But it is clear, in any event, declared innocent of the crime charg- be done. That we had at least one matter was up to the people them- - '"All communications pertaining to the thousand mites ot county road and in opposition to'a party In pow- that the markets ot the United States ed against me." unite Association should be directed to to work but. that on an average each mile had SO selves ShulU, principal of the Fords him. and South America are the richest Makes No Statement. er eurely and quickly. , Prof. cul- Walsenburg. Col., Aug 17. Judge tee't of 'Hneor feet of bridge and In the world and that these countries ' Mr. Mathews haa been retalnedby Srerta reoju'lrlng more ftiim a million vllle High School made an earnest oT Granby "Hlllyer, who is presiatnf are and kqught to be, Independent Union labor bas righteously werk., iaTr asking national aid the AMoclatioB'tor Editorial- v.- '?-over in the Supreme Court ot Col- - EuropeiWasblngtori (D. C.) eBslono'tntbel.trlct 'court 'feet ot dumber for 'flooring klone. He - "' --- 'd said that) dgo Hlllyer cannot railroad John K. Laweon to tho penitentiary bo-causc jie happens to bo a member of JUDGE BARRED Plowing Time! ' ' "?" Wheat sowing season will soon roll around Don't put off your plowing until the last minute. BUY If A NEW JkJimr " OLIVER RIDING :fko"c. i.ut to-wl- t; PLOW and )uy enjoy real luxury al ro your team that you are always in a happy frame of mind when plowing with the Oliver. If you don't know positively that in plowing. It does the work so perfectly and with so little effort on the part of Ed-wnr- ! these statements are absolutely true, ask any farmer who has used an Oliver. If he doesn't tell you they are true in every sense of the term, don't buy the plow. A telephone call will bring our demonstrator to your field and he will show you how a real plow operates. A demonstration places you der no obligation to buy. It must please you and do your work to your entire satisfaction or we don't want to sell it to you. hal'1 -- E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER 1 Notice to Those Needing Building Material -- I y Joke NEW INSURANCE AGENCY - la-b- ur Children Cry CA3TO Rl A I t E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. - to-da- ur -ld Pa, ...' - V r t FALL ARRIVAL MSMaaassasestSBisnssaMBMsisanaBSM jBaajasssassBnnsssissBssies To have your dress fit correctly you must have the right model In. Corsetry . We have just received the very latest styles in the celebrated AMERICAN LADY CORSETS. VAC t&i&a .'HSii'-r- ' We .wtssa " carry them m the 50c, $1.00, $1,56 and $2.50 grades. Also in the --- m I ft Misses'. & trial means always & customer. If never worn thismake,try you have one and you will be delighted with its perfectness and i wearinjtraality. Do this and remember thai IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE, SAVES YOU THAT I Jkxz&&Gb. Hartford Republican. M: Temple, Tex., Aug 18. Seven persons were drowned nt Hitchcock, Tex, a small town Just north of It was announced at Atchison, Topekn & Santa Fo .railway division headquarters here Tho water is standing three feet over tho railroad tracks In Hitchcock and the entire vicinity Is a vast Inland sea. Wire communication over tho railroad line A Vnril. was established with Hitchcock this morning. Dnlzctowii, Ky., AUg. 18, 1915 Houston, Tex., Aug. 18. Twenty-fiv- e To tho Republican voters of Ohio County: members of tho crew of tho Gov1 am 'deeply grateful to those who ernment dredge San Bernardo, which reposed 'tlfrilr confidence In mo Sat- sank In the Intcrcoastnl canal beurday Alfg. 7, rihd 'helped nominate low Galveston during the hurricane, me foT'tho'posltlon of Representative are believed to have been drowned. At tho sanie time I have no unkind The Government dredge Sam Housfeeling tdward those who saw (It to ton went aground near Galveston are vote for my opponent, whose high anil some of her crew of flfty-sl- x standing and past services to tho reported lost. Washington, Aug. 18. Destruccounty nnd party I hnve always tion of the United States army camp I shall do everything In my power at Texas City by the great gulf storm to bring victory to myself and fellow with a loss of 20 soldiers and a numnominees In November. Trusting ber of unidentified civilians, was rethat every Republican in Ohio coun- ported to the War Department toty ?wHlrn6w fall In line and do his day by MaJ. Gen. Bell; commanding whote'duty In a spirit of unity, for- - the 8,000 men of the second division 'gettlng all differences and disap stationed there. At the time the report was ent pointments, 1 nm gratefully yours, by rndlo to Houson Gen. Bell said the troops had been scattered In their L. L. EMBKY. flight to high ground hefore the rising waters of the flood that it was Ohio County Fair. Impossible to say whether more lives ''Ar'uhgomtns are going forward stead had been lost. All of the homes of fly for the great Ohio County fair the families of officers and enlisted Which will begin Sept. lGth and con- men had been wiped away, but temtinue three days. Vast improve porary shelter was being provided in ments are being made to the grounds the town proper for the women and land buildings. No moro beautiful children. grounds are to be found In Kentucky. Late tonight Gen, Bell telegraph1 Situated on the shores of Rough Riv ed trom Houston, announcing his arer with a natural grove, which has rival there after an exciting trip been the admiration of thousands of overland. He said conditions' In Tex visitors, tho site furnishes a most as City were gradually being restored delightful place for a few days restl to normal, but still was unable to anand enjoyment among old friends nounce definitely the number lost. He and acquaintances. was preparing to return to TexaB The amphitheatre has "been TebuTll City and resume charge of and general improvements to the task of putting his command in buildings. Good premiums and pur- orUer asad aiding the 'civil authorities ses are offered in all departments. with their problems. Special attractions never "before senn The General suggested that a trans in Ohio County have "been provided. port now at New York be sent to the A fine band will be on "hand to fur- gulf With supplies, to be used by the nish music each day. "No one canraT-for- d army 'if not needed by civilian "vic to miss tho great Ohio 'County tims of the storm. No action "haB fair this year. Remem-be- r aio Uates.jbeenken B0 department. Gal-vtsto- n, to-da- y. to-nig- ht far-by'the County AROnt, V, V. Browder wishes lo mnko tlr tollowing to tli people of Ohio counly that ho Yv'ill have Dr. Itohort Graham, hehd of tho Biological department t Stnto University, Lcx )ngton, 'Cy or ono of his associates at tho following places and dates and will give nn Illustrated lecturo on hog cholera nnd should bo heard by all who arc In tho least Interested In hogs and any olhcw who would Hko to come. It Is free to nil and wo hopo to have large audiences nt each of theso places. Don't miss this opportunity of gaining groat knowledge of bogs nnd hog raising. Beaver Dam TiicRday,Aig. 24, nt 2:30; Ccntertown Wednesday Aug. 2r, ot 2:30 p. in.; Dundee Thursday, Aug. 2G nt 2:30 p. m.; PorilsvUlo Ct2 Friday, Aug. 27 nt 2:30 p. m. -fj i- GREAT STORM SWEEPS TEXAS Hartford College Announces the Opening of its Thirty- sixth Year's Work Exceptional advantages are ollered common school graduates and all ready ..Tor tho Higb School work. Class "A" accredited High Schoov recitation. perioda. maintained, with forty-minuand three teachers devoting theirentire tiine to e classo-an- d High School tenching. Large, a progressive school spirit. Board reasoni ble. Make your arrangements 'to enter. Eo3 farther information call on or address te wide-awak- U.S. Military Camp At Texas City Destroyed With Loss of Life. September 6,1915 i H.EBR0WN PRESIDENT. or HENRY LEACI V. PRESIDENT West Ky. Seminary Announces the Openingyof its Fall Term, September 6.1915 And again calls the attention of parents and Common School Graduates of Ohio county to the following facts: sepi. io, Li ana ist,n. - Every Common School Graduate should be in High School this year for the entire year. We offer a four- - year's course and, am accredij? ited. The standing' of West .Kentucky Seminary and' the quality of its work are of the highest.. Our instructors are able, exp.erieneecH and'eP . ' ficient. Tuition, to those holding diplomas, is cheap board can be secured in.tBeavor Dam. Our school spirit is genuinely .enthusiastic and. the boys and girls who come here to school free-Good, BUlm bOlgRant. ITo Whom it may concern: Thavertfals Uaysetrmytson, 'Charlie San Francisco, August "V, :For-jcaer Gov. John 1A. 'Slaton, nl (Qeor- - Dehart fvee to act in all matters for Hsdln who, as chief executive of that llllmself land to transact any business in his own name. Miss .Margaret Wllllamsau, wibo state, commuted to life linprson-is.eCAP DEHART the sentence of death passed 413 guest of tho Miss c Las been tho Horse Branch, TCy. v Tlcsunor and Glenn returned to Jir tyon Leo M. Fraai'k, autd .vlhoiis hero 3uly 29,1915 a nsltlng the Rauama-Paclfl- c Exposiraumy.-VLGB4 home At "Wysox 'Xutatlny. 20. tion, was informed this morilicg that 'AVHllam P. Fryo Case Settled. Washington, Aug. 17. On .it's face Jlr. .and Mrs. .It. J3. LeoSimmorT 'FKink had bPon lynched. deal!ngwlth-- single case, the impor Ii., II. & t. h. it. it. toik taiji.k. mnTi ami daughter, .Miss Winnie re "The act was a consummntt: home 'Monday fromuaf$rIp td No. 115 ducat Ellniltch 9:20 a.m. iurakt-said Mr-- Slaton, "anil every tance of which could he measured In No. 114 due at EllraltcU C:15 p.m. Owunsbnro nral I.oill.nUllo. man engaged in tlmi lynching a comparatively small number of 3:40 p.m. German the American No. 112 Ia ffillmltch l To Date Kore a smooth,6havo, 'should bo hansel, forIs lie Is an as- Foaeign Onlcu made note to today in public Ar. Ilrvlngton .. 3:40 p.m. cVian 3ath, scontrary to uajr cut, sassin. Suclr. an act Lv. ilrvlngton - CMC p.m. Shamjoo and finest tonics, jjttley's tho civilization ot Georgia null one regard to the destruction of the sailing Ship Wlllhim P. Frye by a Ger Ai.JLoulsv.lHo . 7:40 p.m. 6t4 which every ,gooa citizen will Imrlur .shop lh ithe jobe. man auxiliary cruiser may "have No Ill LvJ.Loulsvllle ... 8:35 a. m. Hon. M. L. aJeavrln "has reifWncd a0:0G a. ra. Arraxiington unost important in their treattoo con- ment "I could use no 10:40 a.m. I'rinii ;k trip to (Oklalnjuia CJty Mid of neutral commerce by the Lr. 'incJngtou I bellwe the sovernor demnatory. European belligerents. Ar. tEHinltch .. 1:04 a.m. other joints In r.lto Wiuf where .ho Georgia will use ;atl the power ot of was cuffled on lttval matters. The lUulted States noquieces in tho stntc to punish ihe malufactorsJ M., II. & K. Oi- - U. TJMK TAIU.ft tho aenman proposal that n Joint Mrs. A. V.GwuUn iflwl children, who dlirnccd the civilization of Jtoard or Exports fix the value of the giiejM of Capl Georgia. South Bound, Ho. li- pwho hune hecn 'Their act wone'i.cow-ardlce- , Frye which will beromptly paid for Duo at HartiortU.. v'..v4:45 a m. and Mr. S. K. Cox, .returned tw w).ich belongs alone tv the ly the German government. This .North Bound, No. ll'l their homo In Chtoleaton ?ATo,, Mon- assassin. .fi:15 p m. day. wus tho original .American roposi- j Duo at Hartford..- be"I nm shocked and htrrifled fioji. (Doth "AUsed Trains.) A little"? yenf"oaegtrlTfrf3Jlr. and yond expression. Any man who apBut tho effect of the Mrs. llobt. Johnson, near Bhlukle proves of Uus notion of the mob of Chapel. itiU from a ew&iig utnil 'broke murderers U unworthy to be si note comes fca Its acceptance of the of Miss Buelab J.tQro Is German offer tfo arbitrate "tho quesIts arm near the wriM. Dr. Riley Georgian. (friends at Duudo.0. tion ot legal .justification for the was called and set Ifiie .frarfiured 'Any man ior pewspitper whlCV sinking of the iFrye, Insofar as I"or Violin 1.QWWS, wrUej,tol-jllo- jl bone, and id last nceoatrt site vas wmlones this rffenso ought to be involves the interpretation of thothatexP. Orr, Beaxer An),jJy- doing well. driven out of the state. But the ftsttag Cbtfaties &h. iGeKaany, Jf Mrs. Mattie Jtowe, of Fortworth, Mrs. T. B7"Petrloand"daiJitW8, conduct of this vsjserable mob of the German government agrees to ar Ark.,.ls the guest ofJttlaa'Mary Rowe. Misses Iluth and Leila May left AHojnis the conduct of the same ouy ome In Br.Ul. Hid. sort rut people who shoot d man bitration, in the form suggested, it their iQetiyour atock reatfy for tho great, that the Amerlan governhaving vWted Mr. and Mr. J, from 'behind a fenue or murder a ment .Ohio County Fair, gepl. flfi, 17 A AS. after wlrl ibe In a potltUm to address B. Fogle, the parents of Mrs. Petri, wpman tfroma cawfdly heart.' Itself to Gfat Britain with g'reater Miss Everlyn Clark, of Dukchurst, They will stop ovtr in Louisville tor force than tt'has heretofer been able J&awt.tlMQw-ios the of Miss Maty a few days on their way home. iFertlMelng Value yW Manures. to exert ia 4vocacy of the general Hartford College announcement 'top (p fresh hen; aanure should freedom of legitimate aastral com,' ;84jJIo Coleman at Paradise for the coming year j published In cwalaln abSut 22 poundspf nitrogen, merce on 'the high seas. In the , a's the gHest of friead hM ilwt this issue. The prospects were nev-- r 20 pounds of phosphoric .cld and 10 State Department's view this will be .so bright for a successful year. ponsds of potash as a general aver- - particularly true Jf Germany accepts .,. i AV.Hh better building and equipment ago, Miss- - Ella JWcKlnney.- - of Bver when hen manure the last suggestion In the Frye note of jlhrfay wljh friends Kro and .a splendid corps High teachers should ooamtu about 40 pounds of and agrees to supend. during the WMJtf School nitrogen, 40 ipounds ot phcohorlc arbitration at least, its policy of deHartford College and undajr. fuijUlstos the best opportunity in acid and 0 pounds of potash to the stroying American chips carrying Mlw luh Qritf, of Beaver Daw Ohio Qfftinty. ton. Fresh manure from fattecine contraband, and Mrs. H. B. WAsMm uest Mr. 'W."W. Browder, Ohio county cattlo should contain 15 pound ,of j JMwyn rffeib week. farm deuMyistrator, returned Wed- nitrogen, 8 pounds of phosphoric add Doctor'sMfece and Dwelling for Safe. 2'MUa Dorothy Rogcyy who has been nesday from Clarksvllle, Tennessee, and 10 We have listed for sale two acres pounds.; of potash per ton. urned to her ,wher 'Ive 'hfid lieen called to the bed- while as a general average, mixed iood ground containing tk guest of. relative doctor's t, horn fa HAktm Friday. side of a sick brother, Prof, Hanson barnyard manure, aftjv exposure to dwelling, all necessary , 'Mr. Arthur frlvog;eriliid family, Browder, who dted Monday. The fun-- ! the weather in! open (yards, is esti- OMrtttttldlngs, 2 wells water, 1 cistern ot'.MascavaUtato, IHlAd)s, i visiting eral and burial took place at Uussel- -; mated to'contaln 10 pbundu of nltro- - and orchard. Splendid location for .. ?. V nMiUil., Waal Ken, g peuuuo ui puoBfHone .1. uIIIa ITiimJov J7j. .. " ,n. o, tuiwav, " Jttdativw pfMrs. yrfvpgelacia ana, pbystcUfl. None within a radius el many 10 pou4 of potash to the ton. A five wiles. Easy terns to rigs' UoHoo4 tor tof of Reo Auto.' a successful teacher and,, had Finder pleat return to Dr. B. F. friends In Logan aadotljer counties ton "ot dry.,H.anttre fa tharafpre pjirty, Cajt.on, or Mdrees, m ui werta pi wuiuviu rwuwyr-f- i W-- i jWWWrr. son, Aits., wffff Hwateiy as nuen at wur MMrr ' nt out-riigt- )," Notice LEARN. ". For further particulars, call upon or address; J.LOGAN STILLWELlPrincp BEAVER DAJVT, i$X?S. . dol-la- iMjitto-diit- results to fM If you want you will be satisfied in botli -- tuo.-gue- S - I J gst n. quality and cost by having ycJ?1 new Autumn and Winder Suft andl . vercoat tailored ta individual viorder by . N x q$G3 air-dr- y, Ilk of-ff- . Ed. V. Price & Coi (7.5. A. Chicago of-A- m 1 - Don't trifle with "cheap" tailox-ing it's the costliest of alL ' J1JT f .mnmr ' I? W, Wrt trouWft, , ') u .V.m z W"! Mrd.nwwe, . . . . Ifkx J is -- '& iStfS KwtfbraVKy, Hub. Clothing Company HARTFqRD;: - KENTUCKY; "W .W- .",- - ) r 'M "aft -- 'sKj. ' , " ...in auu.un. hi mmnmufmiiwz .....Bl. for lileuti, candidate tlon, of - V "1 ,'im9 egg navy services. Our expenditures on depend the Panama Canal havo been reduced Inrgely upon tho diet of tho hen that to u very small figure, and, Indeed, laid It. Verification of this last Bug- - the now Democratic method of nc- gestlon is a, simple matter If your counting excludes that cost from tho hens now havo access to unclean treasury deficit. In short wo have food, exclude them from it for a had nothing moro than our everyweek, feed them only clean whole- day Hfo to provide for, and yet wo some food, freo from stroitsc flavors. nro nil mixed up and behindhand in At the end of tho period reserve our revenuo business. Tho Wilson eonieiof tho eggs, then for a few days administration cut out sugar, as give the liens a small amount of trustworthy a rovomto producer as onion, celery, boiled enhbago or any thero Is in tho world, partly under vegetable matter having a decided tlin (li'liirlnn llirir lliprnliv nvnrv flavor, and test tho flavor of tho two man's coffee could be sweetened for Hts iri csFf The "certificate" egg less money, but mainly In order to , flirket commodity; hold Mr. Bryan and his political con-Is a comtiiV 1 6 11 liow soon It will come depends upon tlngcnt by setting uinii'mLOino tnxT U Jl 1 Jks-iKann-Jc-- tr Vn time of pcaco. FOR FLETCHER'S This incomo tax was bungled, too, by making tho ex1 aal emption so high thut no average man jfii-- ; 1: J. i tt CioimI Utiles For Farm Labor. nays It. Tho fondness of Dr. Wilson In tho current Issue of Farm and Frec-Trad- o and tho silly Demofor cratic notion that tho high cost of Flresldo, tho national farm paper For Infants and Children living In this country was duo to our published at Springfield, Ohio, up- pears an Interesting account of tho Years Protective Tariff led to a great valuable work being done by tho De- Use For Over slashing of our customs revenue On Always bears to overy hand nothing has como out, partment of , Labor at Washington,,. " the , ... Signature oTV THattZCMa&A Hlnanclnlly, as tho Democrats nssur- - iu. uUmu,,,,uii uu i.i..o iU. i..u . k tho country UU UD UiUl It VVUMIU, UUL OtDIt UIW uuempioyeu in cities, Presumably they believed has been divided into zones and of- s JFig-ttre'nftil Facts Show Danger In at tho time their own promises to flees have beon opened all over tho Kvcnt of W'ui'i tho country, but If so, that is only United States. Experts in thoso of"Our mllltiu or National Guard has additional proof of their incompo-Wn'c-- o fices are ready to examino candidates l55)0ib rflits Cb'Us tho financial busi- for work and to tell them where men, but not moro than half of it Is ness of. this country. Hartford employment may be obtained. In levehtmftUrntely wejlftrahxyl," jaw jCoufnant. the course of the article an account J -o is given of a remarkable the report" oflho Army Committee of Farm For Rale. farm in Wisconsin, where employes the National Security League. "No a'n.ftirj jcq Acrjs on HlrtfortJ'ahd Rockpor are trained to do the. best work. Folfbth, -1 OGruiriBt welLHruiiieerWinurs". mllfjsrotn Uroudway and lowing the rules in forco on this a lltljo 8'jrtJJdB'Irom Rockport. Schoolhouse farm. They are good rules for farm-o- n '(JLjpssT t U ajt J2 6 f ? Op men more than twlco tho police force of " sidge of farm and church1 near.. hands to follow, no matter where the city of Now York Is only well Three roads pass dwelling house they may be located. disciplined forco we possess which which Is on Hartford R. F. D. No. 1. Men are not regularly employed nay be moved from place to place to - Most of land perfectly lovol. Any who use liquor or tobacco In any meet an invader. on j desiring to purchase farm will do form. The use of either will subject "Our navy is not an adequate first wcQl to Investigate. Trice reasona- tint workman to discharge at he line nnd our land forces are not an ble. Apply for further information option of the employer. 2 Honest men only men who are rfequnte support for our navy. The to BAANETT & SON, Agenta. The flavor of even a fresh-laid j honest In words nnd In nctlons nro Road Building in Earned, two combined do not form a bulwark Poultry Helps. In reporting mill- Frankness At last tho American people in nil wanted. behind which the undeveloped It Is never too late to paint. tary resources of the country can be the states nre facing realities In tho mistnko grows Into trouble; an ackCareful attention will bring the converted Into milltnry strength. The construction of permanent roads, and nowledged mistake may be made ' best results. of invasion can break thru tho pushing the work with courageous right and forgotten. tide The time to right a wrong Is the weak dam before new material can common sense, They recognize the 8. Industrious men only, men with moment you sec It. fact that a good road costs a good bit the "work habit," who nre happier bo hid to strengthen It. There Is an excuse for dust In the "From tho recent landing of the of money, and that It Is useless to- working thnn loafing, will bo kept hennery, but not for cobwebs. upon this farm, allies In the state of a powerful op- -' wait for plans to shift the outlay The wise poultryman will now see position on the restricted area of tho on somebody else. They are also l. Term of employment Is depend that the hens "come up to the Gallipoll peninsula, an Idea may be convinced tnat iiigiiwajs ent upon proper neiiavior and me scratch." formed of the ease with which an In- nro one of the best paying Invest- rendering of service satisfactory to The scratching shed house Is of vnder could land at some point on ments. Later on ithey will, with tho employer. very little Importance If you do not 5. Loyalty to the Interests of the the lone stretches of undefended equal courage, look to tho necessity keep the floor well littered. of keeping up good roads alter iney farm nnd to the proprietor Is a neccoasti Some one has wisely said that "The great defensive bulwark of are obtained. In the past the care essary condition to satisfactory serpountry without results Is like holdthe nation should be formed by our of 'roads In this country has been a vice. ing shnres In a defunct stock com- millions of male citizens capable of sort of comic opera performance for G. Laborers will bo remunerated In pany. bearing arms, but In their untrained which taxpayers spent plenty of rami. accordance with their worth to tho The laying season with the heav- state they are as powerless to stop an ' ey, and In which they generally farm, which is based upon experience ier breeds or ducks, ends the last of as an undeveloped gold mine tlelpated with a few days of sham la- efficiency, and length of service. this month. 7. Men arc wnntcd who nre not exwould be to stop a panic in bor each year. They took nn easy Early March hatched pullets should in Alaska view of "working the roads" because pecting to remnin permanently In tho Wall street. be laying eggs now. r class, but who expect to "The militia is wholly without they knew It to be' a fiction. When Permanganate of potash solution sclge artillery, and neither It nor the they figured on the first cost of a save their wages, become tenant farin the drinking water is an excellent j regular army has any of the heavy thoroughly made rood they gave It mers, nnd some day own the farms tonic at this time of the year. field mortars or howitzers which have up as something hardly to be hoped they operate. Stimulus will be given The hens require good care to to saving, nnd every opportunity will been of such value In the present Eu- - for before the millennium, get thru the strain of molting with ropean war. states, be given to learn the business Nevertheless, In unimpaired health, so that eggs will "An alarming shortage exists In an unprecedented activity prevails In bo plentiful later on. ammunition for field nnd selge guns, road building, and many counties of Hens confined In small runs need e Farm Fur Sale. amount actually available for small population and wealth are more atentlon than the flock that The guns In some of our most impor- - lng liberal amounts to improve roads About GO acres a miles East of has plenty of range and access to in- tant sea batteries Is sufficient for on- -' that have been waiting for grading Hartford on Hartford nnd Cromwell sects of nil kinds. crews and stone crushers for a hun- forty minutes' firing. miles from pike. road, 1 Four hens that have the free- ly thirty to Even the dred years or more. Long contln- ' room cottage in good repnlr. Everdom of the fields need to be fed a Fnrm, Near Whitesvllle, For Sale. ental lines, from east to west and variety of grains at night. Two to south, are received witn en- lasting water at residence. We have listed with us a good 10S north pretty A dog that sucks eggs Is a of thusiasm, and lateral brandies to barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of hard proposition to deal with. Pep- acre farm 4'i miles South Join them multiply on all sides. As pered eggs are as good as anything Whitesvllle, about half of it bottom- has been frequently remarked, the peaches nnd apples. All hill land, inPossesIn very good condition. wo ever tried, but I sometimes think land, and forty acres In timber -- but " you cither have to get rid of the dog eluding 5S gum, besides various other ""- - woul1 ast sion any time. Terms reasonable. ad wore not afraia See us for trees. No buildings. or the hens. BAHNETT & SON. 01 me worK una expense, iiiouku Apply to prices. Filthy water will bring on disease money was scarce and hard to borRepublican Office, HARNETT & SON. Agents. faster than you can cure it with ctuff row 2,000 years ago. A good road 23tf Hartford. Ky. out of a bottle. need not be an Applan Way, but in o-- o An Ancient Candle. helps pullets to como to Wheat It must be constructPowder Plant Mown Up. Arras possesses an ancient church. order to endure iaylng sooner than almost any kind ed on sound principles, and not illusreEmporium, Pa., Aug. 10 Five Notro Dame des Ardents, which of grain. trate a penny wise nnd pound foolish Grabbing a hen by the wing la like mained uninjured despite the recent policy. The Idea must also be dis- men were killed and tho gelatine house of the Aetna Explosive Comtcrlfic bombardment and which contrying to lift a fellow by tho car. missed that somebody outside will Weeds in the poultry yard look tains a unique relic that is nearly receive a community from paying its pany's plant at drove Run, near here bad, but when trees and buthes are 1,000 years old. The relic Is known full share of the cost of permanent was blown to pieces today by an explosion. Two other buildings were caro tho weeds furnish refuge for as the holy candle. It Is guarded In highways. badly damaged and the entire counget under when Mr. Hawk a richly enameled silver casket, made xhlcks to Road Improvement in this country-ha- tryside shaken. Tho men, Joseph Is hovering near. It Is tho little at- to the order of Jean de Sasquepee, ceased to be a travesty, a pinchtentions that keep poulty healthy lord of Baudlmant nnd owner of Ar- beck system of how not to do it. This Straycr, Fred Ilaskins, Emery history Is attached Osslc Mllcr and Michael Campras, and a curious during tho trying August days. change will usher in one of the best bell were the only employes In the of to It. Provide for a free circulation payers. building when tho explosion occured, It appears that In May, 1105, the and steadiest dividend ir thru brood coops and poultry during the and company officials said the cause being Holy Virgin appeared Iioueo. Poultry can not stand Constipation Causes Most Ills. A terrible probably would never be known. The &liut np In tight places at night any night to two minlstrcls. Accumulated waste In your thirty Company has been engaged In filling plague depopulated Arras at that better than tho rest of us. time, and the virgin so goes the feet of bowels causes absorption of war orders, it was stated. f, There Is nothing more Important gave the. two mlnistrels a poisons, tends to produce fevers, up In the prevention of dlseaso than dis- elgend digestion. You belch gas, feel Is nothing In candle, which Utcy In turn gave infection, and yet there stuffy, irritable, almost cranky. It the poultry yard so much neglected. Bishop Lambert, of Arras, and told isn't you It's your condition. Elimthem that the hot wax of this candle Cleanliness should bo enforced, but is mixed with pure water would cure inate this poisonous waste by taking cleanliness without disinfection one or two of Dr. King's New Life Operated by jiot complete. Somo disinfect tho the Inhabitants of Arras of the dread- Pills tonlglit. Enjoy a full, free , year, some ful malady. buildings, etc., onco a The remedy proved efficacious, and bowel movement in the morning others quarterly, and Hotel Company you feel so grateful. Get an origiA good a grateful populance erected the Monstill others onco a month. nal bottle, containing 36 pills, from Under New Management disinfection should be given four astery of Ardents. The candle has your Druggist 3 for 25c. beon carefully guarded, and it is the times a year, at least. e T. QUISENBERRY. ArThe molting season opens this firm belief of the Inhabitants of Chinese Kgg Industry? ras that It frequently saved them month, and the fowls are anything Very little use is made of eggs in Kates $1.00, $1.25 nnd ."?l.r,0 per Day hut attractive. This Is a time In a from utter destruction. Meals 115 Cents. South China in a large commercial hen's life when sho must undergo a way beyound tho purposes of imA Bad Financial Mes. Best in the city for tho money. severe strain to her system. Expemediate consumntinn. savs a rennrt In It Is a bad financial mess any way diences has taught us that during sPeclal attention to the traveling the Department of Commerce. The this period which requires 100 days that It may be looked at wholly un- - white of the egg is employed, to a public. country has had no of the fowl's annual life sho must necesary. This limited extent. In the manufacture be kept in the proper condition by unusual expenses since Dr. Wilson of macaroni. Farther north, how- OWENSBORO.KY. feed. She must neither bo too fat came Into office. Wo havo been at' ever, at Tslngtau, Hankow, Wuhu nor too lean: consequently u raton peace, except for tho frivolous spurt and some places In the Shanghai dls- Is called for that will bo pretty near- - nt Vera Cruz, and probably that did trlct there Is a considerable manufacly balanced In nitrogenous nnd car- - not cost more than $50,000 above ture of products, such as tho current expense of the armyjind bonaceous materhls. j ' j ' ' -- p(mHAIANl! I HOTEL 'In JEi?oI&mmioxi.ei2 Otto C. Margin Attorney at Law KY. f wen-mi- ni praotlcu uJ iirotlou In UU land adjoining counties. Commerafc and Criminal Practice Specialty. Will -, ' .... ormEncAN IDEALS ' It li"firt"lntli'"herUof lt founirymcn. , i liit.. " city when food hotels bound, th Powhun held tht Barnes MitKvra. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. W. 11. & Smith Ilitruxs) tuul C. I j j ' farm-labo- gSS j I forty-eig- ht j vot-th- I refined, exThe Towhitan ecutive, and reitfut. lit excellent location on rennvylvania Avenue, 18th ami II Streetf, miket it a jeitble headquarter (or bridal couples, toutiit !attie, convention!. Schools anil . colleges. The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War ami Navy Department!, alto to many lointi of historical interest, 'make this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating- pub- f - Smith announce that Uioy have fort) a lurliKtrtthlp (or the gutteral imu tic of law, exctrpt citbnlir.il and dive casot, Mr. Smith Iwlng County A.tto iv.vy Is pruventod fruit practicing sm 'cdsuH. Mr, Banna will Individual Joucfjtt tuch prattle. Offices Hartford Kupubllcuu building, llor ford, K- I . I I T. WAIlCKTIIATlUN Cloinnrtl, K.r IITIIIU. UAUT llnrttiinl, Kv STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys nt Law CROMWELL, - lA '. Will practice their profession in U and djulnlug counties. Collcctloi Commercial nnd Criminal 1'ructlce Specialty. Prompt and vigorC Jt service- - .Notary In office. lic . .- I with offers roomi" detached bath at $1.10, and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.10, $1.00 and up. "Write for toollet with mtp $2.00 The Powhatan CLIFFORD M LEWIS. Manner. P -- " 6 '''"""iH'Hii'iniiHi.immmflll SPECIAL TO WOMEN Tho moat economical, cleansing ant germicidal o nil antlacpttca la I Imlruui. i urnjlvw l obuun PATENTS I THAT PAY. "!' etliMt!,oroisU.j,at our I esputuw, fttHlml,i(iUUfia(Vn Hivl rroilel. iJitoornrth for rncc rrport tn r'.tuulAlUy. t jemi" prertlrc SUR- I ma ilUS 1 nAUC-MAHl- U ITumptly ill.lnrd la Ikx.k on IToRtkMit fuler.u passing nircritrtccii. V, rr'rMoau lie i D3BOa Onvnnth Qtrset, wwaniiMUTon, p. C A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed. As a medlclac.1 anllacptlc for douches treating catarrh. Inflammation or ulceration of noso, throat, and that caused by fcmlnlno Ilia It has no equal. For ten years thn Lydla B. Plakham Mcdlclno Co. has rccommens'cd Poxtlae In their private correspondent vrlth women, which proves It3 superiority. Women who havo been cured -- pay It is "worth Its weight la cold." At druggists. POc. largo box, or by mall. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Doston, Mass. In Has-kin- s, Collier'r The National Week , Colliers in Clul Until this y b First Tin ioldBt5.50. Cellitr't hat b the price is $.' tolts Planters House Planters Directory Circuit Court T. F. nirkhcmd. Judge; Den D. Itlngo, Attorney; YV. P. Mldklff. Jailer; E. CJ. Barrass; Clerk; 13. E. Ulrlihead, Master R. T. Collins, TrusU-Jury Fund; S. O. Koown, Sheriff, Deputies S. A. Uratcher; Hartford. office deputies ilrs. S. O. Kcown aii Gllmoro Kcown. Court convenes first Monday In February and continues three weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks; third Monday In October, two weeks. County Court John D. Wilson, Judge; V. C. Ulankenshlp, Clerk; C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday in each month. 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Photos 250 Sltort Articles ISO Short Storle. ICO Illustrated Featun 2 Complete N i I I I ' I j j j j j dry-eg- g nnd its keeping quantities, ! albumens, egg yolk ami whole egg. j Duck eggs only are commonly pre- served. Ashes, tea dust, clay, salt and llmo and mixed and rolled over the eggs. That preparation dries and preserves tliein from change fori many months. All these Ingredients nro not used at once by thoso who (tin nrnsnrvn nn.l nulioa l,o. ! lng the most important. A largo exi portation of preserved eggs whs formerly made to California to supply tho wants of tho Chinese residing thero and other places on tho Pacific rao Uttl ?0!isi- - b,,t at th "rcsent. Is exported to tho United States. I . ? Kara j . HJLgl 9481.! 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BenrilMt tn4 bfriafsmeat PnctlqiCl Wrluorcomttuusat nett, Capt. A. D. White. A. B. Pate, lit Blfktk Birwl, suae PalU StatMC.rates' W. II. Gillespie, W. H. Barnes, C. M. WtarHNOTON. D. Crowe. Hartford Board Education J. II. B. Carson, Ch'm'n.; C. M. Barnett, Sec; E. W. Fort), Treas.; R. T. Col lins, j. u. UUK6, '$ XsXi xm uffiftn xr Mai rt- -,- GOyO IMI Dr. King's New Discove A 1 VALUE IN EFFICIENCY CHART ANCIENT MONEY MUCH PRIZED by Children Cry for Fletcher's Enable Worker to Ascertain Just Believed to Be Currency Used What Is Vorth of Work That He Tribes Before the Era of the ' Roman Empire. Is Doing. And COULD SCARCELY Ltf'KiniH hi yTSS&S&fmmmmm I o One way to Increase your value la to Peasants plowing a field in the of Castclfranco dell' Emilia, In out exactly where you eta ml, and Just how much of your possible best Italy, In tho year 1837 turned up a big you aro attaining. Umbrlan vaso full ot com-mun- WALK ABOUT Aat. For Three Summers Mrs. Yin cent Was Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. believe I would have died If I -- T Kind You Ilrtvo Always Bonglit, nml which hns been in uso for oVer 30 years, 1ms borno tho slKimttiro of Mlil taH ccn liindo under his ncr- jn0 BVn supervision since Its Infancy, " In 'Ffriffu. A.IIow andono tolccclvo youarethb. All " but ICxperlmcnts that trifle with ond ciulunei- - the. health of uiid Children-Experie- nce Jufunts agaliist Experiment. 10 vvvvxwi&iKwmBEaJBi f ffitofa, JiiHt-riV-'goo- d" Cnsforla 1 a bnrmloss finh.stititto for Castor OH, Pare- irorlc, Drop nnd Hoodihifr Syrups. It i.s pleasant. It contains neither Opium, ittorplilno nor oilier ?nrcotlo unbalance. lis nfrc i.s it guarantee. Jt destroy "Worms nnd allay Fevcrl-slniessFor moro than tlilrty year it 1ms been in constant u.o for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Coll , nil Tcctlilnjr Troubles nnd Diarrhien. It rcfriilutcs tbo Stomach nnd Bowels, jisslmllntes tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. U'lio Children's ranacca The Mother's Friend. - What is CASTOR IA ' GENUINE CASTORIA yhiears the Signature- of - ALWAYS In ' The Use TH 4 For Over 30 Years CKNTAUR COMPANY, NttW VOXK CITV. Kind You Have Always Bought Starck Pianos r aaaaaaaK' ' No Money ItaAdvaaoo Ststinfao (Ion Guar anleod LowcntNet Fact ory Term PriooH Baa icHl A Saving of S1O0 to P. A. STARCK PfttSIDSNT S200FacFrom tory Direct Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days froo trial. In your home. No cnsli payment required. All we asl: Is that you will r'a' upon, use and test OiIh piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the highest urn lie, sweetest toned nnd finest pluno In every way, thnt you have ever seen fur the money, you aro at perfect liber y to send It back, and wc will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. This Starck Piano must make goo'd with you, or there is no sale. shin direct to you from our factory, at prices that sate ou upwards of $110.00 la tit cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish you a bolter piano for the money than you en Von ire assure.! of recirlnj secure elsewhere. a satisfactory twrtt toned durable hlfch (trail piano. 30 i DAYS' FREE TRIAL r Mira Of M M Savs $150,00 Easy Paymsnts Too pay rn, cash down, but after 30 days trial, you can begin payment on the lowest, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arrapjed to suit our convenience, and It Is possible for you to bry a piano for your home, without miiiirg the mnner. 1 5K.Yeoi fttiarnnt Tula guarantee Has back of it our 35 years of piano experience, and the reno tatlon of en responsible piano house. r Starck Mavtr-FJaii- Krrrr Starck Pltno U riarsnteed for M years. 50 Fraa Muste To nrry purchaser of Starck Pianoa, we giro free muslo lessons. In one of the best known schools In Chicago. These ksauns you can take la your own home, by null. This represents one rear's free Instruction. have constantly on hanJ a (ante number ot slightly us2 and secondhand pianos of aH standard males taken In exchange for new Starck Pianos The follow-In- r acd Plarer-PIanart a few sample bargains i W Listens Weber Steinway Chlckering Kimball $110.00 92.00 90.03 Starck Player-Piano- s art the best and most hesutl. rut iMaer Plahu on CM market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive festurci of these wonderful Instruments, and will he pleased with the very low prices at which they can be secured. f) Plana Starck 95.00 195.00 Send for our litest complete second hand bargain list. beautifully illustrated piano bool? which give, you a largo amount ot information regarding pianoa. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. Bend today for our new leak Fraa P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1813 Starck Bldg., CHICAGO TARE bbjbj $322 IDAILY BETWEEN XMilft zmmbi m-- FiSiifQllT .tj?c.uvaV . r aauin.rn.uim f&mifs. CLEVELAND dt j. v fc'.t"H'j-iaaiM-,- , BUFFALO 4 ''" . sa -- Tha'larsMrand roost eostl ,tounir on any inland water of the world. j al5.Th. hTlTshin "seeandbee? zh&J2 ' Sloping aeeomnwda Sn OF BMB Arrlv Uurtalo Ma.p.m.ctSteam.r. ehoA'.M "OTY OF BUFFALO" CLEVELAND Dauy, May lt to Dec 1st . trrlv, Clev.linJ iraMpori.iMi BUFFALO "irt . 1 GaaMatta. at BuMo I tjrmdinaT between Clvland and Uulalo lira isooa ..MtLLiFaMni tor tleb.tj iu.op. -- ... tJASSISJSSSSf i". ft bonkltSt a u-- .. -- .tnarl.l ami a aw st.al TtlK CLEVELAND A BUFFALO fr. TKANSIT CO. Cl.vlaad. Ohio I JTHOS. E. MOSS ! :.. Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. .. .. Lifetime experience nPnnnnrk with beat of workmen, and can AckciraA Hall mo on TTflrffnrd Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. which Is ancient money marked with a sign, supposedly that of a tribe. Thcro were In all 9G pieces, all covered with tho characteristic patina ot bronze that has been burled for ages. The aesslgnatum of tho early is not very rare, but only one other find of this far moro ancient money has been made. This was at Flcsole, near Florence, but unfortunately the finders had no Idea of Its valuo or rarity and all of It was melted down for a bronze founder except ono single Bpeclmen. There Is not ono specimen In the Drltlsli museum and very few other museums have any. How old this money Is we can only guess. Tho best authorities say it is probably the money of the Italic tribes that, If not aboriginal, Inhabited southern Europe about 1,000 Do. Over tho top of tho sheet wrlto the D. C. There has been much controheadings for the various subdivisions, versy over this money, and there aro which must differ according to your a few archcologists who even deny Suppose wo put Promptness, that it was real money. Each pleco Job. Manners, Quickness, Neatness, Intelli Is of solid bronze and bears on its gence, Thoroughness, unecrtuiness, surface a figure which is supposed to Amount of Work Done, New Ideas, Ini- bo the sign of tho tribe to which It tiative, down as suggestions. In the belonged. lowest row wrlto under each heading what your Ideal accomplishment MOTHER'S LOT IS TO WAIT would be. On top, what you must do to mako good at the Job, and to stand Life In Homeburg Has Its Joys and a chanco of rising. In tho middle what Sorrows, With the Latter you actually do, and bo strictly honest Predominating. with yourself in filling this out. Call It your efficiency chart, and It's mighty hard to be 'a mother of keep It for a month. If you do that, sons In Homeburg. I worked In tho you aro pretty sure to go on keeping post office for a year once handed It. It will help you to And out about out and I got to know Just exyourself, It will urge you to improve, actlymall what most of the mothers In and it will Interest you to see how you town wanted. I could please them do improve. I think you will very soon with a new magazine and mystify decide that time spent on such a chart them with a circular or a business Is not wasted. letter. Dut If I wanted to light them up until they took the shadows out of HOW NOISE BREAKS WINDOW the corners as they went out I would give them a letter from a son, way oft Sound Waves In the Air Have Only to somewhere making good. The best of them didn't write any too often. Once Be Powerful Enough to Get a week is pretty regular, I suppose, Results. from the other end; but you should Noise Is an Irregular wave in the air see the mother begin to come In hunwhich is a real thing, and has weight gry again the second day after her and power, remember. A wave of air letter came. And when a boy came may break a window exactly as tho home successful and prosperous, and wavo in the sea will break a break- his proud mother towed him down water, though, as the name tells us, Main street It used to go to my heart tho breakwater will break the wave, to see the wistful looks of the woman as long as that wavo Is not too strong. friends. There Is hardly a family In If you will think a mlnuto you will Homeburg of the right age which see that every time a noise gets hasn't a grownup son oft at war somefighting failure. It's grand through a shut window it shakes the where of window. If the noise is coming in when they win; but I hate to think from tho street the air outside is some Ijoys who haven't come back. Magathrown into waves which pass through George Fitch in the American It until they strike the window, and zine. shako it; then the window shakes the Dust Clouds Armies Make. air inside the room in exactly tho same way as the air outsldo shook it, An army on the march along dry only perhaps not quite so strongly. roads naturally throws up very heavy And nn the nolso reaches you. Just as dust clouds. To those who naveni If you had heard It outside, only not been trained one dust cloud looks very quite so loud. Well, plainly, the noise much like another, but to a soldier has only to be loud enough that Is to these dust clouds tell a very clear say, the waves in tho air have only to story. be big enough to shake the winaow The dust clouds thrown up by Inmora than It can stand, and then it fantry, for example, hangs In a low, breaks. thick cloud. The longer the cloud the more men underneath It, and a scout can, by this means, make a fairLittle 8liter Also Curlout. ly accurate guess of the number of My brother, aged two and one-halfind sister, four, were taught to always men on the march. Cavalry on the march sends up a mind their own affairs and let other people's alone, but when I came home dust cloud that Is much higher and from a day's shopping loaded with thinner than that of Infantry. Tho bundles Johnny could not resist asking most distinctive of these dust clouds, what they contained, who they were however, Is that made by wagons and for, etc. I being tired from the day's heavy guns. The dust rises la little shopping told him two or three things, groups of clouds, quite different from but he Insisted upon knowing what the long clouds of cavalry and inall contained, bo I considered it my fantry. So even when unable to see the duty to tell the young man to mind his own affairs, as he bad been taught actual cause ot the dust, a scout can to do, and go to play. Johnny went tell many miles away what kind of away grieved. His little sister, lis- force is passing along a road. "Isn't tening to all this, remarked: I had Johnny awful 'nosy,' sister?" Chinese Mentality. no moro than said "Yes" when she Archibald Ross Colquhoun, author of came over and whispered, "What have "China In Transformation," had great you got In tho rest?" Chicago Trib- respect for the characteristics of the une. Chinese people. During his. long visits to their country In 1881. In 1883 and Care of Bronzes. in 1896 he had a chance ot observing Genuine bronzes must never be them In all their relations. Their Inwashed with soap and water. Occa- tellectual capacity, he believes, "may sionally they may be washed with rank with the best In western counpure beer, but it should bo done very tries." Their own literary studies, In rarely. It is sufficient to dust them which memory plays the important regularly with the aid ot a soft brush part, prove tho nation to be capable of prodigious achievements in that and a soft chamois leather. Steel things also require dally dust- direction. "A Chinese acqsalntance of ing It they are to be kept bright, and mine," he said, "was able at the age of to reproduce, verbatim, letIt Is essential not to let them become sixty-fivwet, since dampness Is very difficult ters received by him In his youth." to remove. Once a week steel orna- Whether in mathematics and applied ments should be polished with line em- science or In metaphysics "the Chiery paper and then given a final rub nese is capable ot holding his own up with powdered brick dust and a against all competitors." A new resoft duster or leather. Once In three vised edition of "China in Transforweeks a paste made ot emery powder mation" was brought out two years and paraffin oil may be advantageous- before Mr. Colquhoun's death. ly used In place ot the dry emery powder. One Tree Brings 9100. The government has received 199,40 Proper Use of Perfumes. In settlement for a single sugar pine Scents and perfumes are adapted to tree which was cut in trespass In the different individuals and personalities. Stanislaus national forest, In CaliforThe petite blonde woman should use nia, and which yielded more than a different scent from the brunette; enough actual lumber to build a good-size- d suburban frame house. The the languid, sensuous beauty should indulge In perfumes forbidden to the tree scaled 18,933 board feet and was demure woman, or to one having a valued at $5.25 per thousand feet. lively temperament. Blue and brown Not many tree contain enough lumeyed women should use different ber to build a" two-foboard walk scents. Even the various rooms of a nearly two miles long, and this Is behouse should be perfumed differently. lieved to be the first case on record The hall, the dining room, the parlor, In which a single tree felled In a nathe bedroom, all should have their dis- tional forest was valued at almost tinctive and Individual odors. Tbey $100 on the stump, although national should not be too strong, but should forest timber Is frequently sold at considerably higher ratoa. be typical of the room they specify. Businesses are examined carefully, nnd measurements, averages and possibilities, alt are used nnd tabulated, according to a writer In the Pittsburgh Dispatch. A business man of nny real sense wnnts to know whether he Is getting tho best return for what he Is putting Into his business. Sometimes ho calU In an expert to help him find out, sometimes ho works It out himself. Tho same Idea applied to yourself v.ill prove distinctly worth while. 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PUte. 4 -- g mm mm ;.' fyw ySwSSSi' juitwif ff'waiwwwfrwrw t-c- I s. t mm WAR NEWS Official Vole of Ohio County for Circuit Court Clerk Primary Aug. 7, 1915. PHECINCTS. Engt nartforj Wegt Hartford Beda Sulphur Springs Magan Cromwell Cool Springs North Itockport South Itockport Select Horse Branch Roslnc East Beaver Dam West Beaver Dam McHenry Centertown Sntallhou3 East Fordsvllle . West Fordsvllle Aetnaville . . . . Shreve Olaton Buford sr o "i o re re 5" BASE BALL BOPE I'lrtlo Hnrlf Two Hit Game The much talked of Llvcrmore basoball aggregation came to our city Saturday and mado a futllo atack on the Outlaw squad. Col. Cascblcr, G. Welsh and G. Kcown should undoubtedly bo decor ated with tho Iron cross for reviving baseball activities on a large scale, It wltl also be remembered that tho said Col. Cascblcr is tho party who was partly responsible for the basket ball games last season. Llvcrmore s heaver, Rice, lot the Outlaws at him for Ave runs In the first Inning and then put tho brakes on. PIrtle alowed Just two mcasley singles. Tho usual wildncss was not so notlccablo as ho walked only three men. Our new man, Tullowes, looked llko tho real thing, he has all tho ear marks of a "sho miff" catcher but we had to uso his on third because wo knew Jack was Just simply too good to move. Keown had"a great day In the field. Ho made one good catch and another that was almost miraculous; running at what might bo termed reckless speed he grabbed a liner off the foul line. Old Elgin was back In the game and got a clean hit as usual. Thorpe was the star with two hits and Tullowes, Welsh and Keown got one each. Howley and Rice wero the gents who outguessed PIrtle. The Line-uLivermore. llnrtfortl. Atherton, s Tullowes, 3rd. Rowan, 2b. Elgin, lb. Vinton, c. Welsh, s. s. Kaufman, lb. Rled. 2b. Tally, 3b. Keown, 1. f. Burton, c. Thorpe, c. Howley, c, f. Tlnsley. r. f. Rice, p. Glenn, r. f. Thorpe, r. f. PIrtle, p. Innings 12345678 9 R H- -E p: Monday. rmx) States. The State Depart- -nHwArraafle pulillc last night the re9J27Afi.be United StatesWroJcctlng the y In idicmwt forth liy avnrttcaiontiuiaing mm cxporiuuuu ui j wjKTfCTunltions from America to Aus- .enemies wes " noi in conson- unco with tlio definition of neutrall-5- " mo note Insists tljat the Is puraijlng a strict-f- tj policy and adhering to a aareuil prfcioyle upon which It w)ould depend for .munitions In the markets of the worM trt case It should be nttracted hie note Tj t foreign Power, that Austria and fjermuny furTniuillions to Great Britain nish the Uoer war, sanctioned by iurlns Injbsrattjuoal law. Austr-Hungarre-si- hi o aj p ISBrtTli REDUCED PRICES OK B '.... T -- 18 1 G 33 18 G 8 ' . 34 7 36 15 1G 27 33 23 20 11 1'03 82 51 25 20 9 7 4 G 48 3 v t "'- - 12 1 O 8 ' ; on 17 Gl 48 20 06 4 0 , G , ." 29 12 2 7 5 0 ' ' ' All along thc line on the Northwest i?astn 'frontier In Gernjfcnlc armies, Poland the wetsmMng to Berlin, agalt'i arc In full wwtex against the Russians, who rKCJwere have been driven back or KTaft-.in ateinpts at sorties or to iac&:r stands. Up In tlfe northwest rrr-o-a ol Russia, wher last week &tK TOnssfans not .only we're reported nsrifitln the Gcrmans, but as "back at severaVpoints, the are now declared to have Tmnzned the uffenslre ami forced the SfajcjTites back to the northeast, cap ea!rinK.2tS54. An attempt at a sortie Vtxins Qna fortress of Kov'no was put force and 1,000 additional men were ssiu&e prisoners. Jtai-rnKus-io.w- .d ...'.. .... 11, 11 9 27 13 45 28 57 23 23 13 14 G 12 9 G 5 38 25 41 17 9 1 BWBMS- - IbhIm, KOMI 1 11 0 1 11 5- 15 19 -- 46 30 5 ' 1 4 1 15 3 1G 8 . 0 6 G' Bartletta Heflln Ceralvo . Point Pleasant . lmxas Narrows' Ralph .. 1 0 0 0 0 o 1 0 1 0 2 10 3 7 2 21 19 11 Gl 87 5 37 10 9 2" 16 3 13 8 3 3 8 7 13 9 21 3 3 1 9 12 13 13 7l 5 13 5 3 0 3 1 V THERE WHICH FINE PICKINd PLACED ON . Prentiss Herbert Arnold Render' Simmons ....'.. 30 1 AND OUR. MoNEY--5AVI- NG 18 3 5 25 4 VALUEJ AMONG WE HAVE . S OUR.' REMNANT-- 30 0 0 6' 260 16 27 690 COUI for the fight for tlhccxutcr made by the explosion near Bz$atcTle. Tirtlttery engagements have xmdooniiiated along the western line In: jPrxnce. The French qbramunlca-ttu- n asserts that the. attempts of the Gensams to expel 4He French from tfiis cfaier hare betsv unsuccessful. 3?rsuice. "Except Total ',151 501 682 NTER. BE.ST. . , doMET-HK- that attacks of the Allies uffaxrst their right wine .near Arl DuiTra nn, the Gallipollpeninsula vtwm put down, and that the Turkish juta3?rry shells directed against An- tupRCSs 'aSastsL plain and Seddul Bahr forced "tlie Dai danellea. Constantinople :a. TtiXirement of the Allies' from the their Winner Tlaoe and destroyed tVnch'iiirowliig devices on the latter sector. 1 "Scrrm. Austrlans have' resumed tbte bombardment of Belgra.de. Fires vroneafetrted by the shells p'f the sti their bombardment of Ser-IliaSem-Itman- tf according to Nlsh, did decided gains for either side are c&EBflidcd.' ' '. A 2bil. On the Austro-Italla- n front oat lands. ress. which It has been a'serted Grand , lands ara now Duke Nicholas purposed of his new , Such soils cannot be renovated in a season by the mere addition of maline of defenses. nure, or a little phosphate. These Germany. No fresh news con- - soils worK nard; tney are ngnier in cerning the warfare In the Dardan- - color than they used to be, they bake, elles region has come through ex- - and clover fails to grow well on them cept the announcement of the sink- any longer. Such soils need a tonic, ing by a German submarine in the they need hospital care; they need Agean Sea, with the loss of many more or less feedlng.-na- l. Farmers Jour- lives, of the British transport Royal Edward. House and Lot For Sale. United States. State Department We have for sale a lot contain nfflnln In " umuu" f nrt1 tkn f tlm n rtrArt- ri nnt tt ing acre In old ralr ground ad- 'c" l'"" "c me uerman oner 10 arQiiraie uie HIMnn nn !, niko , with K room cot ,. ...... nuestlon of legal Justification" for tage, good barn and all buildings. the sinking of the Frye may have re- Fine well of water. About GO young sults most Important In their bear- -' fruit trees beginning to bear. lng upon .the whole question of the ' Would be a fine location for some treatment of neutrality commerce by i one desiring to take advantage of The latest note to County High School. Terms reasonthe belligerents. Germany In the Frye case was made able. public yesterday, BARNETT & SON, i i 4 Hartford, Ky. el , -- it. WEEK WHILE THE PICKING i J- - J Hartfor 0 Livermore 00000001 0 1 2 0 The triumverate will lead their gang to Livermore Sunday and return last Saturday's game. Notice To Creditor. All persiis having claims against the estate of Nancy Jones, deceased, will present same to the administratrix for settlement on or before Sept. 15, 1915, or be forever barred. This August 14, 1915. ELIZABETH DURHAM, Admlnistrix, Centertown, Ky. 56 1 - CARSON "-".-" ,... INCORPORATED. a CO. Hartford, Kentucky. CALL ON THE HAUTFOKD KK I'UHLICAN FOR FINK JOB PRINT- - - ' t Thursday. Farm For Sale or Trade. 96 acres, about 2 miles north of Hartford. Will trade for town property. See us. 6tf BARNETT & SONS. A fine farm containing INtt.OF ALL KINDS. "Tuesday. Submarine EBKfcu&d. A German Dux sfitslled three towns on .the coast of England.' Several ares.wuxe s'tarted from thejunderwa-tfcr- r boat and the railroad Vyas dam-Kw- l. but there were no c'asualities, iti ta aaiil, as a result of the attack, tlrwai Hrltaiu has notified VJLhe State Utjraxiaiunt unofllcially th'at cotton wtll be placed on the contraband Cum-berih- ' Russia. Additional victories for the Teutonic Allies on Russian soil have led to the fear In London that Grand Duke Nicholas will not be able to make a successful stand on the Brest LItovsk line and that a retirement of the Russian armies further into the interior of Russia will be necessary. Kovno has fallen before he giant shells of German selge guns and preparations are being made for the evacuation of the fortress of Vilna and Bialystok. V W rsZ J '- -- "- U'"V2 fi.?SS2i aa I ; Jiat. Franco. Beyond the French claim lV that they have successfully occupied 'Irece. Tho Greek Chamber of the summit of Soundernach, in the IJFjnitles elected an adherent of Vosges Mountains, there has been no Premier Venlzelos, president, development of Importance on the tvMcfc was followed by the resigna-ttu- n western line. or Uie Gounarls government. for-xii- V feMSI FACTO .N 1 SH'fft" IHiU 1 ON .X Tho Bavarian army has ruu.&hx. lis way across the River Bug, impairing further tho Russian lines. IfViYd .Marshal von Hinde'nburg is oraUied with a successful attack on , .til Kovno tdufeuses. Tlcssln. i Allies' Tho The Dardanelles. claim an advance of GOO yards on the Galllpoll peninsula Is contested by tho Turks, who contend that all the efforts of their antagonists have been in vain. Germany. German submarines fivo moro vessels, some of them Hying neutral flags, while Zep- - irt the Deliberate Choice of the Great Body of American Sportsmen Nowhere ejse in the whole field of sport do you find the like of the strong public opinion in favor of Remington-UMC- . public opinion This Iteraington-UMyears. has been growing for ninety-nin- e Tartly is it due to the achievements in the design or of Itemington-UMconstruction of Arms and Ammunition. But back of these achievements stands the fact that your American is the most practical-minde- d sportsman in the world C C 3iu2.trjTUin delunates from- Con3tanti" opinion Uiat Tur- - polns have mado nnother raI(, OIl hpv a so confident of lief position Eastern England which resulted In flat she deems concessions puneces- - the death of ten civilians and the In- v Jury of thlrty-sl- x others. wlthdrawa'of tho have sunk - tupl caused tho I'WoUnesday the Balkans are expected soon by the ministry. European capitals. The reported acTrie political situation, not alono ceptance by Eleutherlos Venlzelos of ai regards Greece, but all tlio other tho task of forming a new Greek CabUalxan States null remains, in a inet lu which he would be Premier v! Is the chief basis for this belief. cJiaoMc mute. v' Venlzelos, arlj in tlip year resigned tho Z of. Greece because his that the place of Greece in tho var was with tho Entente Powers id not coincide with the Idea of Kins? Constantino, has been roquest- bjr his monarch to form a now Icec. 'Eleutharlos Austria. The Austrian fleet has again bombarded tho Island of Pela- gosa, In tho Adriatic. Romo says the fire of tho Austrlans killed four Italian soldiers and wounded three ip bo-Jte- others. The Balkans. Developments In and the most loyal to the arms and ammunition that give him the service be knows be ought to have. He it is who is holding up tho hands of the Remington-UMdealer making the Red Ball Mark' of Remington-VMtbe sign of sportsmen s Headquarters in your town. C G -- Sold by your home .dealer and 3095 oth$r leading merchants in Kentucky Remington S1 Cltan t4t and oil your gun with REM OIL. JatMnt, LuirUvtt, Mutt PnHntttlr Arms-Unio- n Metallic Cartridge Co. Woolworth Building, 233 Broadway, Nw, York City following the a,unounce- by Jierllu of tho capture of lm- Ttml Oiiriant lortsj just south of Kqvno, tp- yufww wflth a largo number of prls- AWiters 'mid 240 camion, Vienna as- vt!rts Unit yio Austro Hungarian SCnJjis iiave advanoed to Dpbrynka, a&fruum miles uouthwest of Brest- SCJrjwxk, and that tho Austrlup Arch- rfuue Jfnseph Ferdinand Is udvanc- bs 'r- - Oanow, about twenty miles (zjfUiwusli of tho fortress. The cap- wl Uiese two points seemingly threaten the fort- MMHJd;langerouii Auiiria. tre Why The Soli GeU Tired. There aro three ways in which a poll may become "exhausted: by re-- , moval of organic matter, by Uie re niovul of plant-foo- d elements, and by tho losa of lime. On some soils llko peat, fcr example, the removal I of potassium or phosphorus alouo . through one or two cropplngs makes long- - , On most It unproductive. cropped upland soils the low yield is the result of a combination of two or i all of the above causes. wheat Sonio of tho early el c Arms and i J rT.tm