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INSTRUCTIONS mttfoxto UtpnblkaVL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY V Subscription $1 per Year No. 7 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1915. reads this way: "If any two or more Hvo nml of which each of us is Just- -' measure the fundamental rights of persons shall confederate or hand !' proud. This good county deserves CAN FEUDALISM personal liberty and personal se HOPE FOB STEFANSSON together and go forth, for the pur- - and ought to have an enforcement curity, I would bo pleased to have pose of molesting, injuring or de- - of the laws of the state for the bet- rou offer somo suggestion that may ALMOST ABANDONED TO GRAND JURY Btroylng nny property, real or per- - tor protection of the lives and 1BE ABOLISHED lead to the abolition of feudalism sonal, of another porsbn, persons or berty and property of its good in Kentucky, somo suggestion that whether the same be in- - zens. That Is accomplished when a may bo the means of nffordlug pro- Jurcd, molested or damaged or not, grand Jury earnestly, faithfully and T lr t. T A Alasl Mail Steamer Report. VlgJUUge S opeecn HOI AS tf - they shnll bo guilty of felony, and without fear or favor looks Into Avers He Was Attacked by charges against any of Its citizens upon conviction bo confined In the rights. No Word of Explorer or orous As Usual. Mine Guards. penitentiary not less than one nor1 and If they are guilty bring in a "Very truly yours, churge In the form of an Indictment . "W. O. SMITH, inoro than five years." Two Companions. Now, In connection with that Sta- - so that a pellt Jury may pass on the .5. International Representative, tuto you read 1223 in your grand charges brought by he grand Jury "United Mine Workers of America. High In Praise of Good People of Jury room, which Is as follows: "If and say whether or not the proof, Assaulted On Street. Seeks Aid of Acting Governor M'Deimott Has Put Sugar Industry Out of Joint two or moro persons shall unlawful- - authorizes a conviction of the person Nome, Alaska, Aug. 23. Tha Ohio County "From ly confederate or band themselves charged with the offense, Tho Underwood Tariff for revenue United States coast guard cutter ef Kpntucky. Now, I repeat, gentlemen, when e and together, and go forth armed or dls- act has put the su- Bear, which carried malls to Point Experience". ' gar industry out of Joint, and the Barrow and the most northernly gulsed for the purpose of Intlmldat- - you go to. your room, the witnesses, speculators are reaninK a harvest. point of Alaska, returned hera to. ing or nlarmlng any person, or to do I understand have been subpoenaed ,. I. l. II Central City, Ky., Aug. 23. Call- - such ns have seen the folly of the day reporting that no word of Vol- , " v,.... A4tn.nn ,..--iuiuoub "". 11... mum uaun, 1... 1in Pnonltt ".'-- j 4n nwxf.n A snnclnl crnml lurv.wns emnnn- - " calmly, Ing upon Acting Gov. McDermott to tanglefoot You o hjalmur Stefansson, the explorer, revenue on conviction, bo Imprisoned In the day and tomorrow. clcd by Judge Ulrkhoad Tuesday suggest so'me means for the "aboil- - scheme naturally will be formidable and his two companions had been re- morning to servo during the present 'penitentiary not less than six nor slowly, quietly and dispassionately you ask tlon of feudalism In Kentucky," W. extra session of the Ohio Clrci-i- t ,noro thal1 Evolve months." And hear the witnesses. All of you may O. Smith, international representa- - factors In aiding the retlrement of celved. Belief is growing that all 2 of Section 1241a, "If them such questions ns to the Democratic party, and the re - three have perished Court. any two or more pesons shall con- - seem proper, and then after you ue oi uie united mine wonters oi tlrement of Wilson with one term. Stefansson, accompanied by Olo Much interest was manifested in touching America, today addressed an open Cedar Rapids (la.) Leader. heard the Anderson and Storker Sltorkerson, the charge given by the Judge and federate or band themselves togeth- have .nci n nnn evidence 1. n nnnt lpttpr tfl I ll O finVPPnnf. ... . .ll.ml.. uB jo - it.- - " ' ?""" "' ? ' " "' left Martin point, west of tho mouth " It was followed closely by the largo . .. . Z u...ov....o ' ...... u.uu ........ 'tZ " D ' " . iiijiimiB " ucaiiujius is omiu in of tho Mackenzie River, April 7 of "it i In firilor tlinl nnr audience present any nroiicrty. real or personal, of should be done with it. In dls- - victim of mob assault and was gross- mar). last year, going north over tho ico readers may know what was said In duty, gentlemen, 1' Insulted on a recent visit to corpora- - charging your Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 21 The in the hope of finding new land and this chnrgo we are giving It In full nnother person, persons or keep your oath of office In mind. Clay, Webster County, Ky. He as State Election Commission met here expecting In the event that their below mid nok our readers to study tlon, whether tho samo bo Injured, or damaged or not they Keep your duty as a good citizen, Berts he was" attacked by mine today and canvassed the returns of quest faled, to turn east and reach .molested it In Its cuttrlty. ' guards and that, altho he appealed tho State primary August 7. Tho felony, nnd upon and not only yourself but tho other Banksland. Tho Mackenzie River Hero Is Judgu lilrkhead instruc,. shall be guilty of the goou people in tne county or unio in " ""i" me iown marsiiai aim uie vote follows opened with a rush ln the spring of tlons to tho Jury In full, ns taken conviction shall bo confined in nor ono DEMOCRATIC TICKET. lour mind, and let us all work to- - Sheriff for protection, neither of 1914 and poured out a torrent of down by the official Court Stenogra- nenltentinrv not less than to get them came to his aid. moro than fivo years." Then there gether in common, GOVERNOR. water that washed away the Ice conpher. Smith's letter follows: 3, 4, 5, C nnd 7 good government In the good county O. Stanley Is still 107,585 necting Banksland with the land ico (inntlonmn of the fir.ind Jurv: of Ohio and the state of Kentucky, ' "Central City, Ky., Aug. 23,1915 V. McChesney a,0"K ln'8 I,no- G9.722 farther east. We had a very fine grand Jury In '. . . . 25.91S J. McDermott What I am calling your nttentlon and when wo have done that we ""Hon. Edward J. McDermott, The Bear leported that nothing this court at Its last June Term, com "Acting Governor of Kentucky, M. Bosworth 3,140 further had been heard of posed of mighty good citizens of to especially, gentlemen of tho grand have done our duty under tho law. the gas"Frankfor, Ky. th,3: l "V LIEUTENANT' GOVERNOR. "Ithln the last oline schooner New Jersey, heretothis good county, and they did what 'ury 8 "My Dear Sir: I desire to ask James D. Black , 69, GIG fore reported missing. Tho New JerGermany's Finances Are Low. .!,,,. n,..,l nrnnnr ,! rlrl.l tWO niOIltllS passed tlirOUgh tills gOOd county- - BOC,n n,any. ,f Jts sood ,clt'" G3.G4G sey Amsterdam, Aug. 23. At the se- - Bome very important questions re- - .James P. Edwards left Nome last fall under com and reported Indictments Into this ,., zens in unu near uiuir iiuuius. I do cret conference of Cabinet Minis- - lating to my constitutional rights w. A. Bryon 12.9G8 mand of Capt. Orln Bank, a trader, VUUIi. . 1.l...ln..1iAni.ln,l mi.. .. -- rt ''fHlll T! Vt IP1I lfl H V M V rllll rtf Tinr. I 4nn - .". nl..An tl.l . uuiuca ....v iers, pouuca.1 leauers aim liuiuen Ruu" xx.iuo who had with him a crew of EskiIt I.hq l.onii inmln In nnt.inr In inn "ul l.n... ul " hospltablo peoplo ill this tiut writers, called by the German sonal "berty as a citizen of my State SECRETARY OF STATE. i,v Citizens nr thin COUIliy, nml hv Generous mos, including four who had been ,.. n,. t ,., ,, pltlzon of mv rnnnlrv. .. .., ,. Barksdale Hamlett 39.20G shipwrecked with Capt. w... v impc-riauie tm:eiiur uiuu .u- - re-- nnd ns n Information received through good Bartlett on C. W. Milllken ..... .. 27,557 the Stefanson ship Karluk. Wreckno Mrstterious Phono Call. ueicnsiag last County Attorney, that somo things ,l 8ton,B lro " rui'"" ul s,",,u JU' a!emoiing " On Thursday, the 19th lnst., in W. P. Walton les 18,274 age from tho New Jersey went 80mo11,n Thursday to discuss the political sit- that In the opinion of the good cltl- - iM l,,at PerhaPs thc,ro aro n0t 23,178v ashore at CaCpe Thomson, Alaska. B00u C0U,,t' who the Telegraaf says. Karl company with Mr. J. V. Poag, of Mad Charles D. Arnett zoiiH and In the opinion of tho Judgo nt . non rf.lw.l.l. r i alnil.f ii.lnlll tlm In t" n ri t "n.-a-. ni.. iveu21,013 " mo ireasury - f..lltn t.. T ... nu aiu viuy, itr.i. - G. B. Likens isuimue, ivj., i went nuiucricu, oecreiury oi it. m of this Court that requires further Dl',i1' persons, "- U tnere no any per- 14,052 After regis- - D. E. McQucray .ained that the now German war ster county, Kentucky. investigatlon were not Investigated nro the Mr. Iiycurgus Barrett Dead. your attention is loan would completely exhaust the terlng at the Watson Hotel the only STATE AUDITOR. by the last grand Jury becauso they 8ons BUlIt" tnat ' esl,ecln,ly directed to. 70.43S" "Mr. Lycurgus Barrett tiled "very hotel in the city, we went to, the .R. L. Green Empire's financial resources and that had no evidence. I havo learned suddenly at his home at Barrett's ' 65,612 ' ,ako ,t tnat a11 ot tn'8 ?rand tho increase in exchequer bonds home of Mr. Welch, a former nelgh- - Tom Rhea f from the good County Attorney that last Sunday 9,691 Ferry, this county, Therefore bor of mine. Shortly after arriving H. H. Colyer ain iim nfiiniirnnipni nf ihn lnst Jury concur In the thought that the would cause bankruptcy. morning, after a long season of poor Boernment In tho state was organ- - Dr. Helfferich urged it was needful at Mr. Welch's home I received a TREASURER. term of this court, nnd since tho of to prepare for nn honorable peace, mysterious telephone call but failed Sherman Goodpaster 55,451 health. He had a bad spell on Satgrand Jury was discharged and per- - ,zed and n8ttute'1 "r he a11 ot U8 tho whole peop,e' and that Claude Terrell von Bethmann-Holl- to learn who called me. 50,760 urday before but was revived and Chancellor mlttcd to go. that violations of the aeem any worse man usual, Uvo undor the 6vernment nnd weg, according to tho same report. 30 019 "On our way back to the hotel we F. P. Hager law that require an investigation at mU8t Sunday morning. Ho was sitting in uuu UUBUieure lu ,lB ,u" aeciarea tnat tne aimcumes oi tne were shadowed by a number of coal CLERK OF COURT OF APPEALS "ly " tho hands of a grand Jury have been a chair reading when he suddenly Otherwise we would pass into a EmDire were Increasing and advised company guards who even followed R. W. Kenon 49368 reported to him by persons who purgovern- - his hearers to use their influence to us to our rooms ln the hotel. On Alvln Steger 46,645 couaP3B aua " WB8 BOOn .seen ne was ported to know somo facts concern' state of anarchy. In a good person, security ln Soften down bellicose inclinations our way back to the hotel, we were E. E. Lawrence 27,120 dead. Organic heart trouble seemed ing unlawful acts of certain persons ment security in to be the direct cause. Property, protection of life, requires ad expansion policy in the Reich- - met by three guards who accosted SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC i .1,1, rnnntv. ,..ht in hn fnvPH.i. Mr. Barrett was 72 years old at on the part of a11 of us that wo 8tand 8taS and the country and carefully us and, after asking us, with an INSTRUCTION. gated by a grand Jury at this term for tho enforcement ot the laW8 of to prepare peace proposals which oath, what, we were doing in Clay, V. O. Gilbert 58,677 the time of his death. He leaves a of court. After that information two daug-tecountry and obedience to its would be acceptable to the four mem begn to hurl bitter epithets at us. R, S. Eubanks 49,353 wife and three children was received by mo I decided to our and a son. His funeral took 19,338 bers of the Entente, In a moment they were Joined by J. W. Rawllnga . .' supplement tho order that I had nana'e8- place Monday afternoon and his rel want t0 get ,nto your m,nd Dr- Barnhard Dernburg'a report of two more guards. One ot the num- COMMISSIONER OF AGRImade nt tho June term calling a mains were interred in the family CULTURE.. special term of the court, by ombrac- - thoroughly and distinctly that in the failure ot his mission in tho 'beritook hold of me and told the cemetery' Services were conducted , 61,305 , Ing ln the order and adding thereto, your investigation in the grand Jury united States and other neutral others to "Beat hell out ot my Mat S. Cohen kv Dav . YTonliti, nooucu fnv T)av U7 room of theso unlawful acts, If. there countries, the Telegraaf says, made friend." rwuuwj, Aaat,Al wj AR Ofift " H M. Prnman in a senarato order, the convonlne . ' ' U4 a strong impression on the confer . uu R. D. Thornberry On Peaceful Mission. 18,643 H' Foreman, of Hartford. There of a grand Jury at this term of tho you "" was a very large crowd in attendouht t0 Proceed w,th soberness, ence. Lieut. Gen von Moltke, forCOMMISSIONER, "Being' on a' peaceful mission, not ..RAILROAD court. I then know of no reason ance, which atested the high esteem with kindness of heart, without any mer chief of the general staff, de- being armed and having no destre (Second District.) Thy a grand Jury should bo called ow mallco toward any llvlnB " be- - clared that he fully agreed with the to have any difficulty with them, we Sid Douthitt 18,539 ,'" """" uo wuo uem' ,vuou, to convene at this term of court, and years aS Mr- - Brrett lived ln n ,nB- You w,n Proceed wrong, gen- - chancellor and added that only those started on to our hotel. But the W F Klalr 16 502 hence did not embrace in that order t,omen of tho grand Jury, If you pro- - not fully Informed on the situation guards accompanied us, cursing ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'. U.S24 ford and wa8 a member of tne Her; E. Newman tho grand Jury, or tho calling of the and a d editorial staff. Ho was a good of any could hope for the possibility of com-o- f abusing us all the while. When we (Thlrd District ) grand Jury to conveno at this term cecd ,n tne investigation '. . . 17,313 cltlzen and wlU be reatly mlssed' man'8 caae wlth mal'ce. but piete Russian defeat. Stamper court. But getting satisfactory arrived at the hotel I asked the pro- Howard -Despite these declarations. tho prietor if he could afford any pro- J. C. Jones 16,273 Information that In all probability a ! coolv calmiy. without any passion or Prejudice or ill will toward nny story concludes, the meeting refused tection to his guests. He said POND RUN. REPUBLICAN TICKET, grand Jury at this term of court there The farmers ot this vicinity are GOVERNOR. would aid ln tho enforcement of laws man or set of men you investigate to adopt a resolution advocating was nothing he could do. I then In this good county, I posted, as tho h,a caso for tho exPresa purposo of moderation In the ReichnUg, 68,645 suffering for lack of rain. sent for the Chief of police who Edwin P. Morrow Mr. Jim Brown and wife visited 8,837 authorizes, a notice ten days flnllng out whether the laws of tho upon tho Chancellor declared that if sent word that ho could not come to Latt F. McLaughlin preceding this dato and at the same 8tat0 have beon violated, and If they a majority of the Reichstag should the hotel and that It we wanted to LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. Mr. H. N. Ross and family Sunday. . . 29,917 tlmo drew somo names for grand have' your oatu of offlce and your-- ' show an irreconcilably chauvinistic see him we would have to come out Louis L. Walker Misses Eva and Esther Fulton visluty as a Brnnd Juror requires you, attitude he would bo obliged to re- on Jury sorvlco at this term of court , . .n 13,733 ited Misses Ruth and Bessie Graham the street. I then telephoned George Osborne am! directed tho Sheriff to summon atter 'ou nave heard aI1 the evidence sign, as he could not accept respon- - to the Sheriff of tho county, who C. T. Proctor 8,388 Saturday night. Mr.. Willie Manwarner and wife, of 543 j a grand Jury to come on this dato. , nucning me case or cases, to uring slblllty for German disaster, said he could do nothing until some David W. Caddie an indictment Into this court Now. your oath of office, which C. J. Walkor 126 Simmons visited Mrs. Nan Hudson, act of violence had been committed. . . SECRETARY OF STATE. was administered to you Is general, charging him with the offenso that tho mother of Mrs. Manwarner, Sat- How They Will Vote. Now, this all happened ln an Incor' 7,608 urday night and Sunday. and requires you to look Into any tho evidence authorizes you to so About GOO, 000 metal- trade work porated town, In the county of Web- T. P. Cole 33,111 and all alleged violations ot tho laws charge. But I caution you, gentle- - ers ln factories nroduclnc arms and ster, and in the grand old Common- James P. Lewis Miss Lizzie Chlnn visited ln this county, nnd I am calling your nien, that no Innocent man or sot of munitions, is officially announced In wealth of Kentucky. Saturday 12.0G8 Leo Leach of Rwkport J. W. Cox 56 night and Sunday. nttentlon especially to tho thought ,nen ought to be indicted by you.Now York- wlll demand, more nay "While it is true that I had gone William Dingus STATE AUDITOR. that It has been made to appear, If Hear In mind that you get all tho nnd 8aortor hours. They base their to Clay as a representative of organ-- I Mrs. Babe and Lon Robinson vis- . havo got tho Information correct- - ovldenco before you proceed to act ,,iotivo on the prosperity of the fuc- - ized labor, ln the interest of the en- - James H. Ashlock 4,991 lted their mother, Mrs. E. H. Mad- . . .,, i.u......b i" ... 8,797 dox Sunday. vU.. ,torle3 affected slaved miners in tho employment of J. M. Perkins ."... Wo regret to lose our neighbors, citizens and the County Attorney, and after having the ovldenco before 24,311 n0,v wH1 tneso 600,000 workers a Western Kentucky coal company, E. A. Weber !,.,.' iiiuiu i,i uciuuna n,.. n v.. u nttaniao .you. ol horn! o.. illspiiss ami talk' vote unxt year? For a Tariff policy j I had not been on tho company's ' Roy Wllholt 11,677 Mr. John Fulkerson and wife who 11. ul uuviiDi.a committed prior to tho convening of over tho caso, and If in your Judg mm ussures low wages or a tariu premises nor a (1 1 ueen Oil uie piiu-- l their oiaid iur.jiouuwv, 21,988 are going to Heller to make them ihn lnst irrnni Jnrv Hint thn ntiior ' ment under your oath of office an In- - program that renders higher" wages He streets of tho city. I had not William A. Hunter homo ln the future. We wish grand Jury In June could not get in- - j dlctmont ought to be returned, then probable? 15,649 much success. even spoken to an employe of tho.Robort L. Mooro 14,146 Mr. II. M. Ross, who has been iery formation about or did not get In- - j your duty is plain; but if In your They are undertaking now to take company. James A. Wallace formation about aud that you should Judgment ho ought not to be indlct-loo- k advantage of an abnormal situation. "We are only exercising ono of CLERK OF COURT OF APPEALS. Ill, Is slowly Improving. Into thoso violations of tho law ed, your duty is llkewiso plain; uo How about a few months ago when our constitutional rights, tho right 'w. C. Cundlft 100, Mr. W. B. Robertson is one the 18,219 sick list. and find out whether or not there indictment should como. they wero unable to get any wages of personal liberty, going where we 'Earl C. Huntsman AH ot us, gentlemen of the grand at all? Peace wages, not war wages pleased to go so long as we did not J. lMcCoy Mr. Ira Hartley an'd wife visited 17,452 should be any additional indict- i Jury, ln tho good county of Ohio, and monts returned into this court. 8,140 Mrs. Hartley's aunt, Mrs. Altord Ful- is the prize worth striving for. interfere with the rights ot others, ' B. Magulre 4,630 kerson, Saturday night and Sunday. Now, bear In mind, gentlomen, in fact over the State of Kentucky, The workman who wants to Pro-- , when we were abused. Insulted, as-- i James P Splllman 419 Quite a number of people from that the legislature ot this Stato,as good citizens are Interested In tect his wage will vote To Protect saultod and deprived of our constl- - Heury S. Vansant .., enacted a statute that is somewhat obedience to the laws of our the factory that pays it. Philadel tutlonal rights by a mob made up of SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC here attended Sunday school at or Grove, Sunday. . in Its terms and it is done try. We are likewise interested phia Evening Ledger. heartless thugs whose primary duty ,. "' 421 A crowd from this place went to the good of the citizenship, of cause tho government that Is good Is to intimidate and coerce the min- - Charles W. Bell 37,783 the ice cream supper at Mr. Altord this Commonwealth and I call your for one man ln the community is Special' Premium By Citizens Bank, ers of this country and Insult, as-- R. P. Green' COMMISSIONER OF AGRI- - j Fulkerson's home Saturday night. attention ot somo ot tho sections of, good for another man and for anoth-thi- s nice baby buggy to the most'sault and drive out ot the county They report a fine tlmo. Statute (that you want to know i er community, and It Is the culmlna-aboCULTURE. perfect baby under one year old their would be emancipators, . 17,050, Norb Ross and Wllllo Messrs. and that you may read In your tlon of the civilization ot a hundred to be shown la plain baby slip , "Itecognlzlng your ability as a law W, C. Hanna 6,873 Chlnn attended the Ice cream suppor grand Jury, room for your further ad- - years in this state that baa brought doctor! to be chosen by Fair Co. as yer and truly belleveing that you, Sam J. Patrick us the government that we now have judges, uins opens at li ociocK on, appreciate tne supreme importance Jen J, rater vice in this matter. iy,oio at me on weiw near too nose oi air. 11,416 Will Grarea Saturday nlghl. Section 1241a Kentucky' Statute In the state, and under which we Saturday of Fair, 7t3of every oae enjoying ln the fullest J, W. Rankin 1- A eST i'T? tSu M I . I Free-Trad- I 1 "r -- . i- ! Free-Trad- ' n - 1 "iu-n- 6 '""', --- .1. r.'" TT", 4 ,J ""i I n.-iiiui- 7' - ' to-w- sub-sectio- .... . """"U-.IW.H.- l'l TTI "...... "' T T 44 i '- -'"" 41 A "-'- I rs i - -- U.a .. ? , Hart-Joh- . ll; i ( where-Statu- te , ( '. - Mlss-Or- - I ...... - --- i . (1 I -- ! 11 j j ' - I I ( coun-tlrast- lc bo-f- or ! j A ut f ...,,,. ,... J Oj... round boot tor 20 cents a pound, a dime, or any other sum of money THIRTEENTH ANNUAL spent for skim milk will provide I SERVICE CRIPPLED nearly twlco as much nourishment as DID NOT CONFESS It will it spent for round steak. Round of beef, of courso, Is ono of meats, the lower-price- d Failure of Congress to compared with tho moro and when expensive "Inside" S ory of Mob's Work Is If Ullivi wiva vuuutiHi(.u ..... mm cuts skim milk makes a still better quota. Tho total enrollment Is over Pass Post Office AppropriaTold by Member of showing from tho standpoint of eco1200 men. II ut New York was prenomy. Tho comparison with oysters tion Bill. And New York turned ponderant. Party. Is very significant; a quart of oysters out enthuslastlcaly to cheer tho contains less than twice as much in World It was the first definite move In Washington, D. C. Aug. 26. The nourishment as a quart of skim milk, first Fino Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed nnd Atlanta, do., Aug 23. Tho and yet It often costs several times Grain, Horticulture, Women's Handiwork, Student's Judging Contest, actual story of nil that transpired on tho campaign tor tuo osiaoiisnmeiu fniuro 0f the Democrats to pass as much. Doth aro useful, whole-pom- o Farmer Boys' Encampment and Baby Health Contest. of n trained citizen soldiery In this the post omco appropriation bill In the death rldo to Marietta between foods, and In the oyster one midnight and dawn last Tuesday country. A few minutes after the the last Congress has shamefully has a special flavor. A combination second special had pulled out MnJ. crippled the rural free delivery Asmorning beonme available to tho j of the two In oyster sucstow or creamed sociation Press Sunday. Tho recital (5cn Wood to whose efforts tho Glenn '8ters ,s nn economical way of using Members of Congress declare that or cess of tho undertaking has In large did not como through second regular carriers and patrons have heard ll,e '8tcrs' 8,nce u ,nnUc9 n 8,vc" third hands, but In a manner which measure been due, boarded a train for the same destination, In complaints they are receiving from qunntlty "go further." authenticity seemingly placed Its JLndy Whole, unskimmed milk has, of 13. Dellln- - j j,oth rural carriers and patrons have nil Question. Tho narrator. company with Col. James doing the "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" "Stoop Banking" and many course, a more pleasing taste to many however, will not he a witness be- - ' Gcr, department quartermaster on been moro numerous and bitter In outer iiinutra uvi'ry uiiurnuun. people, and those who do not need fore tho Cobb county grand Jury Governor's Island. Ho will remain last few months than for years be to consider the additional cost will, with tho campers most of the month, fore. For Cataloguo Address Reduced Railroad Rates ft hi h on September 1, will be asked Tho station concourse, where the J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Taul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. Itural carriers claim that thev have " ,,oub'- - n,wnys nrcfer lt When to undertake a thorough lnvcstlga-- 1 however, the differ-th- at Most suffered chiefly on two accounts; one usod for tion of the lynching of the man al- - specials were tracked crowded. ,n enco "l taste between skimmed and cI" f thoso ,,ouml for camn wcrc although they aro under Civil Icged to have been tho slayer of vlHan clothes, young, well built men, service, there have been hundreds of j unskimmed lhllk Is not perceptible, llttle Mary Phagan. ' It also becamo known hero that between tho ages of 23 nnd 35, many dismissals without just cause, the n,ul thero nrc a ns" mn"' "se3 to m,,k can bc nut ln tho B. Harris during the past famous In college atheletics of their other that their routes have been whlch sklm Gov. Nat Hero and thcro one stood lengthened and their work Increased preparation of foods. In the mak- lew days has received sevoral an-- ! ' insmnce, '" ol curei" ""s.-s- , onymous threatening letters purport- - forth in the full regimentals of khaki without additional pay. the use of sklm milk In place of wa slightly and 111 at ease. The complaints of patrons from ine to warn him not to eo "too far" i in his investigation . of the lynching. ' Hero and there was one with a touch the rural routes are uniformly based ter adds greatly to the nutritive val, ,. , . particularly by raising the amount m 'iue governor is not inciinea 10 lane of gray hair. Many wore the stiff upon sweeping reductions ln the ser- ue tissue-formin- g of materials. In makseriously, but looks broad corded campaign hats, which vice. the letters at all upon them as tho outgrowth of tho are dlscouraglngly hard to pack. The conditions causing these com- ing milk soups, chowders, custards, Then there were mothers and sis- plaints are due to tho failure of the and cakes, also, It can be profitably Jj Will help parents develop their sons into disturbed sentiment of the moment. ters and wives bidding a last word. post office appropriation bill and the used. In chowders the lack of fat "IkvIiIo Story." the best type of citizens and Christian The "Iisldc story" of the events to say nothing of tho great number consequent necessity for managing Is mado up by the use of salt pork. onlookers, who swirl- the postal service under a Corn Chowder. which preceded the finding of of friends and gentlemen. lis pationago is widely scat-l- l 1 can of corn or 1 pint of fresh of last year's appropriation. Frank's lifeless body swaying from ed about tho little groups greeting lered nnd conies from the best homes in The principal changes ordered by corn grated. 4 cups of potatoes, cut the limb of tho blgcst oak treo In nnnlifiltltnnpna by "Bill" Prey's gin, Collector of the Port Malone the vicinity the Department reducing the carrier Into small pieces. 2 ounces salt the South, its capacity is limited, there-- 5 through the gate. Police Commls- - force arise, first, by the proposed con- pork. 1 small onion, chopped. 4 H cleared up many phases of the trag fore, reseivations should be made early. ic incident which heretofore have sloner Woods and Deputy Commis solidation of about 1500 routes 26 cups of sklm milk. 1 teaspoonful been veiled in mystry. Points as- sioner poined in. They were not miles long into half that number 50 salt. 4 ounces crackers. Place your son in this select gioup of ing merely on hand to watch the mttft long; second, In lengtheulur serted by the narrator were: Cut the pork Into small pieces and First Frank did not confess. He members of the force who had not tho rtandard routes and still further fry it with the onion until both arc boys. Write twice was asked if he had anything left for tho camp on Sunday depart. reducing the cariicrs force; third, bv a delicate brown. Add the potatoes to say, but on each occasion replied, Itlchard Derby, E. D. Morgan, Jr., uniting one ca-iserve two routes and corn; cover with water, and cook "No." Asked pointedly if ho killed wore among the "rookies." or. alternative Au.s, jnd dropping until the vegetables are soft. Add tho By the time of the cry of "all li" i'tra ca. ".'. it Is est'.mavd milk and salt, and reheat. It Is well the Phagan girl, he Is said to have For catalogue rnd information. Box A. made no reply whatever. aboard," sounded for the first sec- I'jii more th-- n iv thousand ru. il to allow the crackers to soak In the No attempt was made to tion, tho corner of the great con- free carriers have lost their places milk while the potatoes and corn Second force a confession. Frank's state- course of dress suit cases, dufile bags, under these conditions. are being cooked. Some people cook ment just prior to his death that he campers and onlookers trying to get The patrons of the rural routes the cobs from which the corn has loved his wife and mother better out of the way. The last gravitated base their criticisms, first, on the been removed, ln water, and later than he did his life, came unexpect- gradually to form a quarter circle claim that many have to move their use the water for cooking the potaedly and without questioning. within which the citizen soldiers jos- - mall boxes at least half a mile from toes and corn. Third Frank was not maltreated tied, kissed mothers and wives good- former locations, and they Instead of Cakes Without Flour. m any way prior to the actual lynch- bye, eventually to file through to the the carriers, must travel that distance When cottage cheese is made from ing. Stories that ho may have met long platform. The first section left for mall; second, that instead of getviolent death before he was hanged at 9:20, and the second ten minutes ting mail six times a week they re skim milk, cream or butter Is very comonly added, to make it more palto the Frey oak are without founda- later. ceive it only every other day, third, atable. For some purposes tho cot- pullman nil tlincn rlinnirno irtnnln tlin nffon. tion. Thero wero twenty-tw- o curd from sklm milk Is No Protest. cars. The trains are duo in Platts- tlveness of the parcel post service, es- -' better than that from the whole milk Fourth Frank walked a distance burg at 7 o'clock tomorrow morning. pcclally as to perishable goods. There of 200 yards from the automobile to By noon tho volunteers will be clad is also a general complaint of curtail- as for example, ln cakes made from the following recipe, which Is unus the death treo without a faltering In the uniforms and installed in the ment of the rural free delivery ual, since lt contains no flour: step; without a sign or semblance of1 tents which will be theirs until Sep- Curd Cup Cakes a protest. Fearing, perhaps, that tember fi. of natrons have Mass meetings cup su his body might never reach his relaI cup dry curd; 4 eggs; No one is looking for an easy time. been held in many localities protest-- ! tives, ho asked that tho wedding Thero have been repeated warnings ing against the demoralization teaspoonful salt, of 3ar; Unit iltA vnllrn nf tlm nnna l.rt.- ring he woro bo delivered to a news- from Gen. Wood and from the Col- their service, and are dally becoming paper man with tho solemn promise lege Club Committee, who have urg- more frequent. oughly; add the sugar and the curd ! dry), and mat that it would bo turned over to his ed enrollment, that the month was t which must be Thirty-ni- x wife. This wish was carried out. to be one of hard and often disagree until the mixture is smooth .Combi.ie For 25 Centw. x x riTii ' Fifth Frank was told from the able labor. The men will have to Dr. King's New Lite Pills are now this mixtu- -. by cutting and folding V V of a sport. RcminRton-UMbeenmc the fastest d glass bottles, with the stiffly beaten whites of the s atari that ho was to bc executed as learn much for themselves by their supplied in selling .22 ammunition in the world. the courts had directed that he bo own keenness and alertness. But containing 36 sugar coated white eggs. Bake tor 20 minutes In a Whatever make of .22 rifle you shoot, Rcmington-UM- C when the work is done there will pills, for 25c. One pill with a glass moderate oven In which the heat Is and every effort was made by the Cartridges will give you better, surer results than any other) "vlgllanco committee" to see probably bo the names of more than of water before retiring is an average greater at tho bottom. Uso unbufin the world. that the "legal hanging," as they 1200 men filed away with the War Jose. Easy and pleasant to take. fered gem tins. This amount should Go to the leading dealer the one who displays the Red termed the lynching, was carried out Department to be called on in time Effective and positive in results. make about 30 cakes. Ball Mark of llcmmgton- - UMIJ. Cheap and economical to use. Get a In order to prepare the curd, take He'll tell you what sportsmen think about these famous in an orderly manner. Members of of trouble. cartridges and he'll how you the Hemington-UM2 .il or 3 quarts of sour sklm milk; the vigilance committee are said to take a dose The last definite figure of enroll- jottle Hides. Single Shut. and Autoload ins resent an intimation that Frank ment of the camp were 1185 on Sat- your Constipation will be relieved ln heat to the boiling point and strain; in a class by themselves for "feel," easy operation 3C for 25c, at all when no more liquid runs off, press was "maltreated" while ln their cus- urday, and W. W. Hoffman, head of the morning. and consistent performance. 1 tho curd between cloths or spread It tody. They assert ho was given ex- the New York enrollment offices, Druggists. Sold by your home dealer and 3095 out in a thin layer on n cloth and actly the same consideration usually stated today that this had been swellother leading merchant in Kentucky Properties of Skim Milk as Food. dry lt In a warming oven. If the given to a condemned man on tho ed to boyond tho 1200 mark. Remington Mu11ic Cartridge Co. W. jolworlli Building (233 Drodwy) Nw York Cit Sklm milk Is a very economical curd from tho quantity of milk given day of his execution. The rough Tho New York delegation numberhandling of tiio body after lt was ed about 500. Seventy of these went food material, in the opinion of ex- amounts to more than a cupful, it is cut dovu was a matter concerning up with an automobile machine gun perts in the department, and might too wet. If a very sweet cake is liked, as which members of tho "committee" corps on Saturday, and n number ot well be more largely used as human Tradlns AVItli John I). food this insplte of the fact that lt is the case in parts of South America, feel they were not responsible. others had gone on ahead of time. John D. nockefoller may, within is nine-tentwater. The argument where these cakes aro well known Ilia llmltnllnna nlm. Regarded nt "S.icrod Duty." p. 1. ...u ...i.i.uihud, 1'iu; Ul ...l..... IWIUIUVCT no for economy is based on tho price at two cups of sugar may bo used with pleases. Ho may slcen ns lone n ho ' Sixth Tho members of tho "vigilNeuralgia Pains Stopped. which lt Is usually sold and upon the two cups of the cottago chceso and likes, eat whatever he may ance commlttco" felt they had a in persuade You don't need to suffer those composition of tho remaining tenth, four eggs. acred duty to perform In "carrying agonizing nervo pains his doctors to nllow him. Ho may, ln tho face, or tho nutritive portion. In recommending sklm milk as Indeed, exercise tho power out tho mandate of tho courts of head, arm, shoulders, STOP AT that his chest and back, Whole milk, as everyone knows, food, tho fact should always be kept vast accumulation of money tho State and tho United States." lust apply a few drops of soothing provides Is an Indispensable food for the in mind that lt has gono through ono him. There was no mob spirit; no demonSloan's Liniment; Ho quietly a few young, and even In tho diet of the more process ln tho courso of its prestration, and thcro Is said to havo minutes. You will get such But beyond thoso things Rockefelrelief adult It is comparatively economical. paration for family uso than whole been no Idea ot hanging Frank In ler is a prisoner of tho guards In his and comfort! Life and the world Tho only nutrient taken from It In milk has that of separation or pay. Tho conimon tramp has moro cho public squaro ut Marietta or in will look brighter. Get a bottle to- skimming Is tho butter fat. There skimming. This in the case of a liberty than he. tho nrmrr.ct iniw.-n- .. I tho cemetery whoro Mary Phagan day. 3 ounces for 2Cc, Drugat all Is loft, therefore, ln the sklm milk food material so liable to become conlies buried. Thero was, however, gists. Penetrates without rubbing. 1 not only all of the sugar, which taminated and to bo the carrier of less occasion for quarreling with tho ' a determination that the execution pressure of circumstances. o amounts to about 4 Vi parts ln every disease Is a very important matter, should take place In Cobb county. In splto of all this you say you FRANK ECKERT, Prop. Inasmuch as all tho members ot tho lltisiucvi I,aH Made liy n Minority. 100, and all of tho mineral sub- and the consumer should tako even wuold not hesitate to chango places! It is an Interesting fact, as shown stances, but also all of tho protein. moro pains than ln buying whole wiin jonn u. H. H. ECKERT,Mgr. 'committee" aro said to bo residents That would mean that ot Cobb county, tho reason for this by F. C. Taylor, of St. Louis, In an The last named substanco is impor- milk to know that lt has been care- you would surrender the right to go article reproduced lu this Issue of tant because, besides serving as fuel fully handled, particularly If lt Is to wherever your means permitted you. Is obvious. $1 Up, European Plan Seven automobllos wero required tho American Economist, that the for the body, as fats, sugars, and bo used raw. For a mere pile of dollars you would Tho provisions ot tho Food and exchange freedom from such anxiety to transport tho "Vlgllanco Com- business laws which so seriously af- starches do, lt also supplies nitrog material. The Drug Act and conimon honosty re- "for dread of the kidnaper from Marietta to Melledgo-vjll- fected business interests last year genous mittee" and tho Only four returned, includ- wero passed by representatives of a proportion of protein in sklm milk, quire that sklm milk should bo sold assassin. To be coddled and ing tho car ln which Frank rodo. All minority of tho voters. Mr. Taylor as well as ot tho mineral constituents for what It is and novcr as whole you would glvo up forever We Knock the Spots Out of Things milk. It should be plainly labeled tho precious privilege of broiling ot the machines were small cars of demonstrates that sixty per cent of which are' also valuable for a) Is even greater than ln as sklm milk. To sell lt as whole u popular make. These cars wero tho Congressional voto of tho North iisa you uavo cauglit over a tiro ot Freo-Trad- o policies whole milk. milk would not only bo a violation sticks you have yourselff built. specially selected because of the dif- was against tho Since the nutritive part ot skim of tho Federal Food and Drug Act ficulty In Identifying them. No car ln 1910, 1912 and 1914. Ho declares Tho deal would put John D. Farof copsplclous color or design was that when a 40 per cent, minority is rallk consists very lnrgely of protein, lu cases where the law applies, but ther ahead of the game than many wanted. Thero wero probably twenty-e- enabled to forco an unacceptable In- (t Is to bo classed as whole milk Is, also a violation ot the State law ln of the thousands ot deals ln which French Dry Cleaned and Pressed ln a Superior Manner. ight men lu tho lynching party. dustrial policy on a CO per cent ma- with such food materials as eggs, any Estate where it might be sold, he has, as a matter of history, been jority in an industrial community lt meat, fish poultry, and cheese though eminently successful Toledo Ulado. Send us your Garments and Have ruins coufldonco thero. It puts bus- It Is much more delicate than thoso Them foods, rather than with such subiness on tho toboggan at once. A Sprained Ankle, For I FOR FLETCHER'S A tablo prepared by Mr. Taylor stances as sugar, which serve only as CLEANED CLEAN If you get a bottle of Chambergives tho percentage of people af- fuel. Two and a halt quarts ot sklm For Infants and Children Packages called for and delivered. lain's Liniment and observe the difected by tho Tariff and industrial milk contain almost as much protein U Years rections given therowlth faithfully, THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Soldiery. laws in the geographic sections North and yield about the same amount ot In Cltlwws hun-dtp- d you will recover In much less time how energy as a pound ot beef. When Always bears and West and South, showing New York August '0, Five the A. Iva JimU, Prop. than Is usually required. Obtainacollege graduates overwhelming was the voto against Rktm milk sells for 4 eKKs a Signature of men nearly all ' quart, or about 2 cents a pound, and ble everywhere. policies. sacrificing business and the Free-Tram HAIITFORD, KENTUCKY. . nearly M FRANK FACED DEATH professional work for a month's which will prepare them for ofllclent military service, loft tho Grand Central Station tonight In two special trains for tho "business men's camp" at Plattsburg, N. Y. Now FREE DELIVERY .D'Ml',JB?iKDueto Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, 1915 j Biggest Saddle Horse Show the I be-vn- ....Trotting nnd Pacing Races Each Day.... Midway and Grand Fireworks Display. RUTII LAW. Scnsntionnl Aviator ckne I I us ir Vanderbllt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. 5 I P l'r 5 MATHENEY & BSTTS aiiailHIHHHIIIUIHl I tage-chee- se I I y m$M&BBd. .22's Have the Call I C f well-corke- to-da- C Slide-nctio- n Armt-Unlo- n 4.... 444444t4iii4tt444 When Louisville ; j ' ECKERT'S f 5th Avenue Hotel e. tlssuo-buildln- d. body-wi'ldln- g. Ladies' and Men's Garments Children Cry CAS'TORIA CASTOR ForOvr30 A de Czf&jUi y RUTH LA W laTstymer With George Mayland, the "Miracu lous Human FJy" T7S' II iiiii """" ' "iiimimii C FARMER BOYS' ENCAMPMENT Proud Sons of a Proud State to Occupy Tented City on Kentucky State Fair Grounds -- at Rpnrpcpnt Idle Funds ..w. www.tu Lost Interest If you hnd a. tnnchino that you could operate at a pood profit dny In and day out, would you not count as a loss the . tlmo It stood Idle? -- . , 1 x - 11 Your money Is a good every month of tho year. money-makin- g our certificates of deposit or on saving nccount, It cams Interest every day of the week, every week of tho month and machine. Invested In nememher, we glvo you absolute security and pay you tho best rate of interest. Central Trust Company yfc Cor. 4tb and Krctlcricn. KNOWN nVEUVWlIKKHusthcSAFEttiidHELIAIUiKnANK a FARM BOYS IN CAMP. IIB farm Hoys' Encampment, hers, mid whole the question of subone of the most Important ns stitution nrisen the board will consider well as plcturc-siife.itures of first the pig club boys In the counties tho Kentucky Statu Fair, an tint have corn clubs organised. Where nually brings to this agricultural nnd there ate no corn clubs or pig clubs organized the boa id re.senes the right e live stock celebration a Juvenile to appoint substitutes from other counfrom the 1"0 counties of the ties. state. H. G. Nelson of Hnpklnsvllle, Ky., Is To the boy standing sponsor for his "state agent for the Hoys' Corn Clubs, homo the trip is an epoch and nnd Otis Kercher of Lexington, Ky., Is the honor much coveted nnd striven state agent for the Hoys' I'ig Clubs, for. Heretofore the eligible boys were and boj s desiring to enter cither or selected from farm boys between the both of these clubs should Immediateages of fifteen nnd eighteen years and ly notify the respective agents nt the through written competitive examina- above addiesses, nnd Uon receipt of tions submitted to a committee com- their names all necessary Instructions posed of n member of tho State Ilonrd and rulings will be forwarded them. of Agriculture nnd of the faculty of The purpose of the Farm Hoys' En tho Agricultural College. campment at the State Fair Is to ex This j ear a new ruling requires that tend the educational advantages of the - J"v i J mill I lit. iiiimni iii the boy competing for the trip and Fair through the farming districts of consequent honors and pleasure must the entire state, and tho results grow RUTH IAW. be a member of either the Hoys' Corn ing from the three former encampLAW l "tirh a little the "Air Queen's" machine, creeps out Club or the Hoys' Tig Club of his ments hnve been highly encouraging. but she make her big on the crossed wires under the plnnc, county nnd must each grow one acre During the week of their stay here the or the wide blue sky cuts loose his chute from the body of of corn or raise one pig ns a mini- boys are guests of the Fair and in sit up In their mono and bi- tho car nnd. with the airship going mum effort nnd must keep n dally their "tented city" on tho grounds nro planes ami take- notice when she Anils sixty or seventy miles an hour, drops record of the cost nnd other data. provided with every comfort as well WJO feet his into the far reaches of the empyrean support lwforo he dnrcs letcurry frail Hoys eligible to this contest must be ns entertained by tho wonders of the him between the ages of ten and eighteen celebration. The Judging contests to umbrella open and mid dors stunts that even n bird Mould to the earth 1,500 feet. yenrs. and no boy having attended an which they nie eligible are of incal not dream of doing. And yet she has Hushing at a rate too terrific for been flying only two years. N one of even an express train to rival, the ef- encampment In prior years will be con- culable educational advantage, and the delegates arc also taken on sightseeing only two women Mors In the country fect of this sudden lightening of tho sidered. No county will bo permitted to enter excursions to the manufactories and and Is still In her teens. She Is Just iniully careening airship, outlined like an ambitious daring, feminine little n shooting Ktur ngalust the far sky, this contest with less than fifteen mem- - show places of the city of Louisville. slip who hat become enamored of is absolutely awesome, ami spectators aerial work, does not know the mean- momentarily lose breath nnd speech ing of fenr nnd who, while modestly until tiic little tiler and the big car decrying what Is known us "Insane" right themselves and triumphantly conor sensational Hying and who preaches tinue their Journey for that time at the beauty and commendablllty of sci- least entific flying, yet skims ami darts nnd Going over Niagara falls in a barrel spirals and dives and drives through or smoking in u gunpowder factory Is Unique Market For Feminine Wares at the Kentucky the air In mitli dizzy fashion that her inconsequent compared with this feat, every appearance Is the supreme sen- which sends shivers up tho spine at State Fair, Sept. 13-1- 8 sation of the dny. the mere description and which is In ALTnOTJGn the feminist inove- - The iden of the Woman's Shop is new Daredevlltry evidently runs in the reality ono of tho most spectacular, m ment Is dally and more nnd and Individual to the Kentucky State Law family, for Ituth Is a sinter to sensational, electrifying ami trementho famous Kodman Law, champion dously thrilling ever witnessed and Ak more universally demonstrat- Fair. It was conceived by Commissioning the fact that women nro er of Agriculture John W. Newman and air man, high diver mid motion picture which no other filer is duplicating or qualified '.o engage In any pursuit, call- enthusiastically indorsed by the comsensatlonnlUt, wIiom; doings have fur- attempting. nished tho press with special stories Every day Ituth Law and her nervo ing or occupation heretofore Individual mittee in charge, of which Mrs. S. gulorc. Not satisfied with the achieve- tingling turn will be the supreme at- to man, it Is not to be Inferred that Thruston Ballard Is chairman and the ments she accomplishes nlonc, Ituth traction nt tho Kentucky State.Falr, tho arts, handicrafts and handiworks following ladles nre members: Mrs. J. bus secured another Intrepid soul In nnd on two afternoons of tho week heretofore associated solely with the g George Muyland, a parachute Jumper, George Mayland will make his gentler sex are to be neglected. Rather A. Mitchell, Howling Green; Mrs. Starwho goes up for 2.000 feet or over in dive. are they to be fostered In accordance ling L. Marshall, Henderson; Miss Dolflnger, Louisville; Mrs. Barwith the views of representative wo- Edna Mlnnrgerode, bour Louisville; Mrs. Avmen of the state, and In furtherance ery Roblnton, Louisville; Mrs. Leonard design u Woman's Shop has of this A. Hewett. Louisville; Mrs. Peter Lee been Instituted as a feature of the plans for tho Kentucky Stntc Fair, to Atherton, Louisville; Mrs. Richard Knott, Louisville; Mrs. Richard Ernst, bo held In Louisville Sept Covington; It. P. Halleck, LouisThis shop will be located In the Wo. ville; Mrs. Sirs. L. Mills, Early Crops Insure Great Show For Thirteenth Annual W. Owensboro; building on the Fair grounds, Mrs. George mnn's A. Armstrong, Shelby-vlllbut will not be auxiliary to the com Kentucky State Fair pctltlvc exhibitions of tho Women's Helm Mrs. Anna Eernberg, Bcrea; Mrs. Hruce, Louisville; Miss Amanda LOT (CROP 1915). tho first time In the past Department Hathcr, the shop Is de- Rodes, Danville; 10.00 5.00 10U Austrian lent 250 years conditions are signed as n salesroom or "clearing Louisville; Mrs. Mrs. Horry Bishop, 1003. Black wrapper 1000 500 250 LouAlfred favorable for tobacco 1031. Lorn? or African lent 1000 600 2.J0 house" for every variety of useful and isville; Miss Mnry F. Brnndels, Par-IIlutchcraft, growers, nnd the crop for 1015 1093. French leaf 6 00 2.50 10 00 beautiful article made hy womankind, Mr?. U. C. Ford, Mlddlesboro; Mrs. 2.60 10.00 6.00 In 10S. Italian leaf will be nu unusually early one. nnd such products ns embroideries, bed- Sam Boyle, Louisville; Mrs. Paul CrecL Is more than proh 1037. Best four munples, view of this fact It spreads, rugs, tablo covers, pottery, Jew- LouIs Hie, sample repreeach and Mrs. T. J. Smith, Franknble that the tobacco exhibit at the senting elry, lamp shades, household or garden fort different 5 00 type Kentucky State Fair thts year will lie furniture, baskets, draperies, etc., may Airs. Thomas Jefferson Smith of nu Interesting and extensive one, with bo entered free of chnrgo In this shop Frankfort Is the chairman of a promogrowers of every county competing for Handsom Programs For State Fair, nnd ticketed at the owner's valuation Handsome programs for nil the dally for a possible sale which will bo with- tion committee which will have repretho Interesting premiums offered. E. sentatives In every city and rural disK. Uees, superintendent of tho depart- and nightly events of tho thirteenth out any commission elm r go to Fair trict In the state. An especial effort ment. Is making nu appeal to growers nunuul Kentucky State Fnlr, to be held management or members In charge. will be made to enlist of throughout tho state to do their sec- In Louisville Sept. 1!M8, nre being preArticles entered for sale in tho Wo- the basket weavers nnd needleuorkers tions proud this seaHou by entering the pared by Tat Clark nnd Harry Leslie, man's Shop nro not eligible for compe- of the mountains. Only residents of banner lenfago of their crops, nnd the two of tho llvest advertising experts In tition In the catalogued classes. Arti- Kentucky nre eligible for entry. Louisville. rivalry will be keen. cles must be sent at tho owner's risk For entry blanks nnd further InforTho books list every special feature, nnd will bo carefully Entries for the tobacco department cared for and re- mation address communications to Wowill closo Sept. 8, and In tho Interim and each of tho dally track and horse turned If unsold nt the close of Fnlr man's Shop. Stnte Fair olflces, Paul show events, giving entries, riders and application blanks and further Informa week. Joues building, Louisville, Ky. tlmo and place of showing and cover tion may bo had from Evan S. Uees. superintendent, Springfield, Ky., or .1 the Midway amusements, the Hippo-drom- o show, band concerts nnd the Ij. Dent, secretary, Kentucky State great free outdoor affairs, which inKnlr, Loulsrille, Ky. Tho various crops nnd leafage eligl clude tho world's wonder, rtuth Law, In her Hying exhibition, during which blc for entry are as follows: George Mayland dives from the airship (cnop ian). with only n parachute between him 3d 1st. 2d. S2H) nnd instant death. J15 00 11000 1075. Red leaf finest track and fastest tbe great trotting mare who has alAdvertising space in these programs 15.00 1000 2.00 1076. Jlrlgbt lenf in tbe country will ready made during the early 1077. Clgurette wrapper .. 15 01 10 jj i'X is choice aud may be spoken for by ad1038. Hrlght trash U00 10.00 !U dressing tho above named representaof the trotting and pac- part of this season. Joe U. has "won 1072. Best four samples ing events for tbe thirteenth his spurs" on tho fastest half mile tives or the Kentucky State Fair offrom a single crop, tracks In Ohio and Michigan, and Ronannual Kentucky State Fair, Sept. fices in Louisville. embracing red leaf, bright leaf, cigar-ctt- a tbe greatest exhibitions of tho kind nie Boy llkewlso has proved his class on the grand circuit wrapper and State Fair 8ason Tickets. Iq fair history, Tho entries for tho 6.00 trash The truck events will include two Season tickets In book form are betrack program closed Juno 1, with 110 colt tryouts for two nnd three year old (CROP 1915). l&t ing prepared by tho Kentucky State contestants listed. This number breaks trotters with a purse of $500 each. E00 1(0 1000 1080. Red leaf 1000 600 160 Fair muuagcmcut aud will go on sale UMt Bright leaf 6 00 tW from Aug, 15 to Sept 11. Tho books all former records and assures Fair These features are rendered doubly In1082. Cigarette wrapper .. 10 00 visitors ono of tbe most elaborate as teresting from the fact that there Is 10S1. Bright traah 6.00 10.00 260 are decidedly economical to Fair visvm. Best four samples itors, comprising as they do a half well as high class showings of "side- always a possibility of developing anfrom a single crop, wheelers" in history. other world's wonder like Ettuwah, dozen dny tickets which bcII singly nt embracing red leaf, The entire list Is made up of tho who made his first appcaruuee as a cents nt the Fair sate, but the half bright leaf, cigaron tho Kentucky State dozen go for ?'--'. ette wrapper and The night tickets, cremo do la cremc of trotting nnd pac260 trash ...'..... which arc good after 0 o'clock and inny ing horseflesh, and among tho "cracks' Fair track and who has since proved who will compete for honors aud try (o be the fastest trotter In existence (CROP 19H). LOT be used both at tho admission gates 16 00 10.00 2.60 nnd the Hlppodromo show In the PaW86. Austrian leaf for world's records will be Hugh Mil- today. 2 60 1086. Black wrapper ...... 15.00 10 00 ler, the sensational who vilion, sell for $1 for sis. Hooks will The rules of the .National Trotting 10 00 2.60 1087. Long or African leaf 16.00 broke all records last year at tho Ken- Association govern the Kentucky Stato bo forwarded to out of town mir- 10 00 2.60 15 00 1088. French leaf tucky Stnte Fair by tiottlng n half Fulr track events, it. J, Basset of 1089. Italian leaf 10.00 1500 260 chasers upon the receipt of postolllce 1000. Clrecn river leaf .... 15 00 1000 2.60 money orders for tho number of books mile In 2:11V,, Ham Patterson will Lcltchfleld Is the member In chnrgo of 1001. Best four samples, ilso be "among ihoso present" He the Speed Department, nnd C. It. Van desired. Address all applications and each sample reprevpn the $1,000 trotting stake last year Meter of Lebanon is the Superintendinquiries to J, L. Dent, secretary of tho senting different Kentucky Stute Fair. Louisville, Ky tyP mi) 'i 'Mi. Another star will he Ophelia, ent i T c &s i rxi Vi rcpre-hcntatlv- Reducing the Cost Upkeep h ox RUTH Ball Bearing t Long Weiring THE INSTALLATION of - L. C. Smith fe? Bros. Typewriters is invariably followed1 Ly tKc discovery tnat the bills for ribbons are muck less than before. A large corporation recently found tbat its ribbon expense was cut in two. This is not an accident. It is tbe result of tbe mechanical construction tbat makes tbe L. C. Smith & Bros, cheapest to maintain. Tbe tall bearings give light touch and eliminate pounding impact. The ribbon is actuated by the carriage, not the typehar. The ribbon mechanism is automatic, so that the ribbon reverses at the instant the end is reached and without added strain. THE WOMAN'S SHOP Low ribbon cost, low cost or maintenance and these are guaranteed to the highest efficiency L. C. Smith & Bros, users. .. - death-defyin- DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKING ''' L. C. SMITH & BROS. 414 Main Street TYPEWRITER C? CINCINNATI, OHIO. BANNER TOBACCO YEAR MI-D- Homt Offict and Factory. SYRACUSE, N. Y. Brancbci in All PrittcipU Citiel 13-1- m Erl! The Sudden Conversion (?) of The Wettest of The Wet. The Honorable Augustus Owsley Stanley will lead tho host of Democracy In November. He will stand upon a county unit platform and from every stump In the State proclaim himself its champion. In tho light of Mr. Stanley's past history and In vlow of his record and tho record of the men who mado him tho Demo cratlc nominee, tho spectacle of Stanley as tho champion of tho county unit law Is at once amazing nnd laughable. Stanley has never been for any unit or regulation of tho whiskey business except where tho quart unit was concerned and then It was with an earnest desire to seo its extension to tho half gallon. In tho Democratic convention of 1911, both before tho committee and on the floor, he fought and voted against the county unit platform, and when casting the vote of Henderson county he stood on a tablo and shouted: "Henderson county custs votes wet!" His entire political history is woven around his' persistent and aggressive antagionism to all regulatory laws, and his friends and political backers nro men prominent in the production and sale of liquor. n Ho was opposed to the law, and was perfectly willing by his vote to allow the shipment of whiskey into dry territory the ono hundred and six counties of Kentucky which had votod to keep it out Ho voted and fought against national As a reward for serprohibition. vices well rendered his masters havo given him his party's nomination. After flooding the state with money, they carried out his campaign which was tho most gigantic in the history of primary elections. It is asserted by unknown monitors of his party that into his campaign fund thero went not less than one hundred and Wobb-Kcn-yo- TB fifty thousand dollars. Tho people of Kentucky, irrespec tive of party, believe In, and stand for tho county unit law ns tho safest, sanest, and most practical temperance law, and the one best suited to pro- mote the real causo of temperance. Into whose keeping shall this law bo given? Certainly no ono can believe that its lifo long enemy will stand by It now. Does anyone believe that he will give to its enforcement either conscience of enthusiasm? Has tho conversion of Mr, Stanley from his lost state of opposition to his present state of salvation been that of cither tho heart or head, or only of the mouth? For a now convert he Is shouting mightily and seeks by tho very vlclferousncss of his declarations to convince the members of Uib county unit church that ho is qulto safe and altogether holy. As for us, we do not believe the leopard can change its spots tho slave will not deny his master, and tho clay will bend to the wishes of tho. potter. Kentucky Sun. e; FOIt s; the-inter- Star "Sidewheelers" to Strive For lot World's Records at Kentucky State Fair THE ' 13-1- r-0 800-D- three-year-ol- d The Clerk Guaranteed It. "A customer came into my store the other day and said to one of my clerks "have you anything that will cure diarrhoea?" and my clerk went and got him a bottle of Chamber-Iain- 's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and said to him, "if this does not cure you, I will not charge you a cent for it." So ho took It home and came back in a day or two and said ho was cured," writes J. II. Berry & Co., Salt Creek, Vn. Obtaluablo everywhere. m .1 OASrTO'RIA OhilcLren Ory FLETCHER'S FOR IW H t .rtford Kepub.lcan., .. EDftfd fordim to law at tk roitotrtc trtfotd. Kj.. a. mail aittrr ol tht .trend (cgt h(, w eU"' any about ant, but necessary part of his mary campaign. In the coming fort. "fSS 5J5 wnpbut TWO CONSPIRATORS ' RAourTT rt Address all Hartford Republican. That will he dropped In the' Interest of "harmony" and he will put In his time extolling President communication to on fflr kecpng u out of ft fop. FHi.nr prl- -' con- nQt have nnythlng tO the rottenness nt Krank- - a Pronrletor Jerry , w)lilt lf wc 8houU, be NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Bsbtrrlbtrt dwlrlnir th ddrrtt mntt Fire the old nildrrM rtqottt . ... ... .. In at war. the 'will give an llluitratcd lecture on hog cholera and should bo heard by ei if c rnMCcocinii a" w'10 nrc 'n 'c 'casl interested ,n hiAIal LUiirtoulUN h0Bs nml M7 othe" who wouU1 llkc to come. It Is free to all and we ' hope to have large nudlences at .each of these places. Don't miss this op- Clark And Everett Webster iportunUy of Ra!nlng srent knowIcdEO of hogs snd hog raising. Given Penitentiary Beaver Dam Tucsday.Aug. 24, at 2:30; Centertown Wednesday Aug. Terms. 23 nt 2:30 p. m.; Dundee Thursday, Aug. 20 nt 2:30 p. m.; Kordsvllle Friday, Aug. 27 nt 2:J0 p. m. Ct2 Plowing Time! is :J Don't put off, your plowing until the last minute. roll around. ft Wheat sowing season will soon BUY YOURSELF A NEW 4 Tiilr I'or Ohio County. The Ohio County Fair Company Indictments growing 14 ., UlU hllUmi US lll POS- - has decided to give a three days fair n TTnrtfnr.l tt.la Mar Tl.n .!, xvlll " , ,' "A.."-"- " "l" '"" '"'"'' Al luyf ' -- STOr C...1..1 ......v.l,u..3 ...u u., I Jtl. 1 UiJSKIL Al ",rKu iiujuuvr ui wiuiisses sum- ..K...b ...- iv..... '" RiSy L fkrKSJf SVTIiVP moned, a very lnrge crowd has been ranged and the premium list will be II . ff It ' in attendance nil week. The court larger and better than ever. VtttF' room which will hold about 400 has v v.- been packed at each session by an House nnd Lot For Sale. orderly, well behaved - crowd who We have for sale a lot contain-- 1 were either there as witnesses or Ining ?i acre In old Fair ground ad- terested spectators. No better be- dltlon on the pike, with 5 room cot- haved crowd has ever been In Harttage, good barn and nil buildings. ford and a lot of stories published In Fine well of water. About 50 young certain dally papers to the effect that fruit trees beginning to bear. feared, were without trouble wis Would be a fine location for some foundation. one desiring to tnke advantage of I 'If tli Day Friday. rnlttlt ITttrll Cnlmnl.. Tnania wnnnn. I ..o . 5200 Com'th. vs. Tom Williams, able. Elvis Williams, Henry Stearsman BAUNETT & SOX, (3 defendants). Day Hartford, Ky. Monday. . Seentli 13 5230 Com'th. vs. Claude Allen. Ileeoiiinienils Chamberlain's Colic, Lafe Crowley. (2 defendants). Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Eighth Day Tuesday. "I have never hesitated to recom5220 Com'th. vs. John Durham. The much heralded United States Srt John A,eSander. John Durham. mend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Commission of Industrial Relations jr. clarence Morris. Jim Morris. (5 and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Sol REPUBLICAN TICKET. upon which Mr. Wilson depended so defendants). Williams, merchant, Jesse, Tenn. "I much to lead the way In the dark sell more of It than of any other preNinth Daj Wednesday. For Governor Edwin P. Morrow. and whose members he so carefully ( 5231 Com'th. vs. Jesse Fulkerson, parations of like character. I have For Lieutenant Gocrnor Lewis selected has .disbanded unable to Charles Fulkersonj Estill Fulkerson, used it myself and found It gave me make a majority report on anything. Charles Grant, Ross Whitler, Oscar more relief than anything else I have L. Walker. For Secretary of States James P. After it may be written the word Bowen, Robert Swain, Hetsley Rowe, ever tried for the same purpose." Ob- "Failed," same as the Reserve Bank Mike Wydick, George Hunter, Delly ' talnable everywhere. Lewis. m act, and the Tariff bill. Each mem Singleton. (11 defendants). For Auditor of Public Accounts ber practically writes a report for Edward A. Weber. Farm For Sale or Trade. 520S Com'th. vs. Bruno Frey.5209 For State Treasurer Win. A. himself. Mr. S. Thurston Ballard, Com'th. vs. Bruno Frey. 5210 A fine farm containing 96 acres, unthe member from Kentucky says: Com'th, vs. Bruno Frey. 5211 about 2 miles north of Hartford. Will Hunter. For Clerk Court of Appeals Earl "The cases of Industrial interest may Com'th. vs. Bruno Frey. 5212 trade for town property. See us. be put under five main groups: C. Huntsman. 6tf BARNETT & SONS. Com'th vs. Bruno Frey. "First Low wages. For Superintendent of Public InEleventh Day Friday. "Second Unemployment, through struction R. P. Green. 739S A. P. Kelley et al., vs. Sam For Commissioner of Agriculture, seasonable occupations, periods of Neal et al. RUPTURE EXPERT HERE Labor and Statistics William C. depression, accidents and sickness. 74 9 S Finley Carter, et al., vs. On Hanna. "Third The development of large Motion for Ditch. For R. R. Commissioner C. M. Industries. 7476 C. R. Rhoads, et al., vs. On Seeley, Who Fitted Czar of Russia "Fourth Long working hours Motion for Ditch. Eamett. insanitary conditions. For Circuit Judge R. W. Slack. and 5166 Susan M:Carty, et al., vs. A. Called to Owensboro. "Fifth Unsatisfactory rural con- P. Kelley, et al. For Commonwealth's Attorney C. ditions. E. Smith. The following petit Jurors were DAM, KY. Mr. Ballard might have added that empaneled for the special term: J. For State Senator Albert Leach. F. H. Seeley of Chicago and PhilFor Representative L. L. Embry. the low appearance along with the A. Howard, Thos. Jeffries. J. H. Wil- adelphia, noted truss expert, will For Circuit Court Clerk Wallace Wilson administration and Its free liams, J. C. Westerfleld, Virgil Bish- be at the Rudd Hotel and will re-trade tariff act. H. Riley. op, John Hoagland, J. W. Boles, main In Owensboro Saturday only, C. R. Lee, Oscar Smith, W. H. Helmi The Truth is That Business is Bad. J. C. Edwards, Lee Hawkins, G. A. Sept. 4th. Mr. Seeley says: "The Why Intervene in Haiti and not The president of the New England Weller, Hiram Miller, E. C. Jackson, Spermatic Shield as now used and In Mexico? Shoe and Leather Association assert- - J. W. Ralph, F. C. Kitchens, J. N approved by the United States GovfJEZ&fffih'iBSfai&L. ed recently that the domestic shoe Logsdon, A. R. Hoover. T. B. Hin- - ernment will not only retain any The main trouble with Russia ap- frnrio nt title Annt.t' tt'oe ,it ...w. ' . . . v ..,.. ii. ion, o. m .Moorman, a. ... .. ......v. uu..c, w. way, J. case of rupture perfectly, affording i. .m v pears to be that she has no "stand- than 50 per cent, of ..c normal. The P. Shruni, H. E. Neighbors, J. L. Immediate and complete relief, but ing" army. people, he said, are economizing and Smith, Frank Cooper, J. T. Funk and closes the opening in 10 days on the the repair trade has shown an enor- J. H. Ashby. average case. This instrument reIf people had to pay for their wars mous increase. In other words, peo- The following named gentlemen ceived the only reward in England before they fought them there would j pie cannot afford to buy new shoes I were empaneled as grand Jurors for and in Spain, producing results withbe a reign of universal peace. and they have their old ones cob-jth- e speclal term: Alva Loyd, V es out surgery, injections, medical treat bled up to last longer. This looks Whitely. Grant Pollard, W. E. John- ments or prescriptions. Mr. Seeley listening to Neutrality the to us like a fundamental demonstra- son, Ronda Miller, B. H. Rummage, has documents from the United abuse of the United States and not tion that hard times are by no means Frank Landrum, J. E. Miller, W. H. States Government Washington, D. criticizing any foreign country. over, despite "war orders" which Baize, W. J. Maden, II. A. Sanderfur C, for inspection. All charity cases The Germans will find that the concentrate large sums of foreign and J. N. Cole, Mr. Ves Whitely was without charge, or If any interested trouble about wiping Russia off the money In a few localities where war designated by the Court as foreman. call he will be glad to fit them map is that there Is too much map. material may be manufactured. The W. H. Baize was selected as clerk call he will be glad to show same truth Is that business is bad in this and W. E. Johnson as sheriff of the without charge or fit them if desirAs to our humiliating position country and that it will not become grand Jury. ed, Business demands prevent stop-oln- g with Germany: if we had not said permanently and generally better so at any other place In this secCom'th vs. Gilbert Hayes, charged 'To mucii in first P'ace, we might 'JonS as the present low Tariff is in with murder, Jury failed to agree. tion. paw. iteration. Wilmington (Del.) Jour- - Reported that JJie Jury stood 10 to be able to say more in the ! a1-- " Last of The Season. 5 for acquittal. it we iau iu muite j;wuh yUr jjj'"1 from Providence, $2.00 round-tri- p Com'th vs. W. A. Owen was callto Germany, u Von't be worth while for Ky., to Louisville, Ky., via L. & N. Farmers' Institutes. ed. Defendant filed aflldavlt Z ask Huerta or any one else to samotion R. R. August 28, 1915. Both the number of farmers' insti- Continuance. On Com'th. Fnro Time lute the stars and stripes for many tutes held each year nnd the attend- this action was set forward to Thurs- Stations Lv. Providence, Ky 12:00 noon $2.00 ance at these meetings is steadily in- day, 10th. day for trial. years to come. 2.00 12:13 creasing according to a report on far- Tho trial of Charles D. Fulkerson " Nebo, Ky 2.00 Minister Sullivan has learned that mers' Institute work which has Just for murder resulted in a verdict of " Manltou, Ky... 12:22 2.00 while being a "deserving" Democrat J i)een published by the department as j guilty and a term of three years In " Earllngton, Ky 12:35 " Madlsonvllle ..12:35 Is sufficient to enable a man to get nulletln No. 2G9. During the fiscal the State prison. 2.00 " Bremen hold of a good government Job, It year ending June 30, 1914, the re1:00 p. m. 2.00 Jerry Clark and Everett Webster, 1.75 does not always Insure his reteiv port states 25.23S of these Institutes who were indicted with nine others "Moorman 1:00 -SE SHOES WILL PLEA.SE " Centertown .. 1:25 1.75 tion of it. were held throughout the country, charged with whipping Reuben Ho" Hartford 1.50 1:45 THEY WILL To YoV WHEN with a total attendance of 3.C5G.3S1. ward and his wife, Bertha Howntd It is enough to make a dog laugh This is an increase In atendanco of on June the 12th, last, confess'd " Sunnydale . . . . 2:00 1.50 to watch the effort of the Louisville 20 per cent over that of any previous their guilt and were each given three " Dundee 2:10 1.50 YOU SEE THEM. THEY WILL "FEEL GOOD" Evening Post and Times to sleep In year. On the other hand, the ex- 6:30 p. n. Clark Ar. Ellmitch years In the penitentiary the same political bed. Something pense of conducting the work was Is tho father-in-laPUT THEM ON; THEY WILL WHEN YOU of Webster and Lv. Louisville, Aug. 29, at 7:00 p. m. Is bound to happen before the cam- nearly $63,000 less than last year, For further Information address, each has a family. They live in the paign Is over. GOOD" WHEN YOU WEAR. THEM. H. E. MISCHKE, Agt, the total cost for the fiscal year end- Rosine country. Hartford, Ky. ing June 30, 1914, being 447,897.51. The case of Commonweath against The Owensboro Inquirer takes us COME IN AND SEE OUR SHoEJ. IN OUR. The farmers' Institute organiza- Bird Lee charged with tho same of to task for saying that Mr. Stanley tion conducts its work under many fense as Clark and Webster went to favors a plank against State wide fclG STOCK YOU CAN FIND .SHOES To FIT forms, so that It is almost trial Wednesday afternoon and was In the coming State Democratic plat- different Impossible to summarize its actlvl- - noi concluded when this paper went form. Will the Inquirer please hunt AND PLEASE YoU. WHEN YOU PRICE THEM example, in addi-.t- o press. The defendant made out up the statement, issued by Mr. ties briefly. For tlon to tho ordinary meetings there a strong, alibi and Clark and Web Stanley on Monday after the primary OU WILL BUY. schools In 13 States '8ter 00th went on the stand and and publish Just what he did say on ere movable which had a registered attendance of 8WOre that Bird Lee was not In the Fifty-fiv- e Lestypewriters. the subject of State Wide. 112,498 different people. Field dem- - pnrty which whipped Howard and sons explained by Moving PicThe Louisville Evening Post ac- onstratlon meetings were also held In j,js wjfe it i8 thought he Is sure of ture machine. Seven big Deand Times 15 states, although no record of the aCqulttal. cuses the Courier-Journpartments horthand, Book-j Com'th. vs. Murray Maddox con- of trying to throw Stanley over- - attendance was kept. Special railkeeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, tinnrH. liprnllKP tlipv nrn rrvlnp nut road trains were organized in 17 tinned until 2nd. day of next October Music, Primary Normal. Exagainst fraudulent registration In other States to aid In giving lectures term pert teachers. Modern equipLouisville. Well, did not Mr. Stan- - " demonstrations, a uetaueu an- - ( assured. Position ment. County Agent, W. W. Browdcr "i " B..uu.b i.. ..u... ley announce 6iiortly alter the Terro Write for catalogue. following an- INCORPORATUD, Haute election thieves trial, that he ber of different kinds of meetings In wishes to mako tho eac state, me auenuanco. ami uie nounceiiieiu io mc iiuuyic u. umo opposed to fraud In elections? was Daviess Co. Bus. College duration of each, Is contained In tho county that he will have Dr. Robert ' Wo are anxious to hear nominee bulletin already mentioned. This bul- - Graham, head of tho Biological Incorporated open up on those Frankfort letln nho contains a number of notes partment of Stato University, Lex- OWENSBORO, KY. "consplratora" and "grafters," some on agricultural extension work of a tugton, Ky., or one of his associates more. In this wo may be disappoint- - similar nature In foreign countries, at the following places and dates and a not free from politics everywhere. ii.. ...i ' T., !.n ClntA nt Vftw Vnrk tlio rnr. ;,ous positions on the bench are dl- ,li.,for.ri..Miiio..ii.Wfiioi.. , v. OMtu.n.. Relation, and enrd or Thiol, .. w ntcti nvi'ivvii ...v. tl. . .Mnh... I n a.l an ...i..r3 nnr. I v.r.itll.nl r. .a vu...Hv.. .u Irrf, bat other "es nnu .... ....... Church Xotlwn lor line. ask suport because he Is a Democrat dTrtlinnt,.V jir Anonjmont coinraanlmtloni" will rirtlv no or a Republican. In Kentucky a ' ......... . .. i . ...... i tttntlon uuiimib. ir "c c.uifiiuiiii.- - .u. j'iu.i-.u-. has opposition, must make the worst ... ... Gvix2XeoricLSi& :23 jsort of partisan appeals to get the cs I'nomintlon, appeals that in them-- r 3Tra.s73 selves disqualify him for his duties to a large extent. A Judge ought to. FIUIMV, AUGUST '27. be selected, not because of the party ' to which he may belong but on the strength of his fitness and the de-r . rtL T ' scrvedness of his claims upon the people. Not because of his ability as an electioneer or the fact that he can fawn upon a voter, in whom rflaams.1' iBKl he really has no personal Interest, and make him believe that he has ! thought of him every hour since he last saw him and dreamed of him, and only him at night. The Repub- - j llcan platform adopted at Lexington Judiciary. (declares for a Is prwntto n nw making What n shame that the Judiciary r.,., I .,,. w ,,,. term of the Ohio Circuit Court convened here ,ns ,Mo da t0 crln,lnal . mainly those " uui ul ..!Hill 1 A special two weeks if ,- - , , ii Z'" "', ""'" ":"""?.."' "' ,, " '" ii V.-V- l ; i I j 0 .a.. your team that you are always in a happy frame of mind when plowing with the Oliver. in plowing. It does the work so perfectly and with so little effort on the part of 5IJ OLIVER RIDING BREAKING PLOW and enjoy real luxury ' i i i non-partis- want to sell it to you. BEAVER operates. A demonstration places der no obligation to buy. please you and do your your entire satisfaction or If you don't know positively that these statements are absolutely true, ask any farmer who has used an Oliver. If he doesn't tell you they are true in every sense of the term, don't buy the plow. A telephone call will bring our demonstrator to your field and he will show you how a real plow you It must work to we don't E. P. Barnes & Bro. OUR SHOES '....' .... I ,- wvi WILL PLEASE YOU & ' le I o)K Vol--BECAV- "LooK dooD" w 'WEAR a m ii al '.'' "" CARSON a CO Hartford, Kentucky. - i Judge J. 1 Miller who has been nnnr itnntll tnr Dnvnrnl ilnva la anmA "" "" "" ll I better. - BASE BALL DOPE 1 I l Out lows Defeated at I.lvernimc The Hartford team wns defeated at Mvcrmoro Simda'y by the Bcoro Miss Mtittyo Duke visited her of. 8 to 3. It was a cood came nn friend Mrs. James Harrison at Dun- - to the last of the seventh the score dee from Monday until Thursday. j,cng 2 to 1. In that frame Liver- blfThrtrKuTiis'ln Ileal IJstato noro n,le'l tho 1,ascs and their left For VM 4k ppfl Holbrook & Parks. Hnrtford, "elder slammed out a three bagger Kv. 7tf 'o tho corn field. Tho Outlaws were sadly deficient In stick work and tho Tho Ohio County Fair will com- Llvermorc boys seemed to have tho prises three days this year, but they proper dope along that line. They will be better thnli over. hit the ball nit the time and of1 Miss Leila Annerlne, who has been course It was natural that It should j the guest of her nunt, Mrs. Wallace a lot of times fall where "nobody, Ullcy returned to her home at Irvln wuz at." Therefore eight runs weroj tho result. Tuesday. Ulco the pitcher Is Llvermore Mrs. E. H. Pendleton left Tuesday plum good. Ho has quite a record for N'cw Mexico, whero she will ho on games won this season. tho Rucst of Mr. and Mrs. Trimble Kelley Atherton looks llko another Pendleton. I Maranvllle on short nnd their first Miss Lena Scblemmcr left Monday sackcr Is a streak, for Cannolton, Ind., after having Tho Outlaws heaver, Parrot, of vlsltod Mrs. Will Scblemmer for tho course could npt hold the frenzied past month. sluggers. If the Outlaws could havo Mrs. Charlie Turner and daugh- -' assisted him by making a few runs wou,(1 I,avo maJo mfchty " tor. Miss Kathellno left Wednesday h0 mem m. ""B whnro lhov vt 11 i fnr nu'nnatinrn Jack Thorpe had them bluffed visit relatives. with his strong arm and they waitMisses Nclla Alford, Elizabeth ed on first until somebody helped Davidson and Deulnh Palmer are them along. visiting friends and relatives In Swatzcmmuffemduffer played an Horso Hrauch. errorless game on first for tho Out- Up Th Date Kor n smooth shave, laws, In connection with our regular fall stock, hair cut, j Welsh was in good form, no clean bath, we are receiving the BLACK CAT line of Hosiery and finest tonics, Illley's rors and two hits out of four times 6t4 up. barber shop Is tho place. for Men, Women and Children. If you are not Mr. Clarence Barnard has returngood wearing Hose, Heaver Diini Dcfcnt.s McHenry. pair of the ed homo from Central City where ho Beaver Dam went ,to McHenry held a position with Hoover Bros. In BLACK CATS. They cost you no more and wear Sunday evening nnd as six of their plant nt that place. their regular Braves were away mopped longer. Children's School Hose from 15c to 25c. Miss Susie Schlemnier Kr rived last up on them with the score 9 to Saturday from Evansvlllo to visit 5. Pirtle hurled great ball of sevLadies', all qualities, from 15c to $1 pair. Men's for 'her brother, Mr. Will Schlemmer and en innings. Competitors Bilk Lisle Hose, others are her 6ister, Mrs. Fred Lautcrwasser. Heflln of Equality hurled two inson, nings for McHenry and then went Mrs. Laura Stevens and as good as BLACK CAT, but our word for it, Shelby have returned horn frori up in the smoke. Blackburn camo NONE WEAR LIKE THEM. Buy your hosiery Murray where they have been the in and held Deaver Dam down to guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones. one run. IT PAYS TO TRADE from us, and remember little Mrs. E. W. Cooperand Feature of game for Beaver Dam, WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. daughter, Ann, have returned to Hodges run on a long fly that came their home in Nashville after an ex- from Torrence's bat. Feature of tended visit with Mrs. Cooper's par- game on McHenry side was Torents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Barnett. rence's long run on Plrtle's line Mr. W. C. SmltlTof McHenry who drive. Line up Beaver Dam: Hodge, c f has returned from an extended visit Mr. Plummer, s. s.,Barnes, 2nd., Wilto his son nnd daughter-in-laand Mrs. Carrol Smith of Pleasant liams c, Davis lb. Fentress, r. f. Hill, Ohio, was one of our callers Williams 1. f. Hocker, 3b, McKen-- l . j McHenry: Wednesday. nev 2b.. Goodall lb.. Watson s. s. p Miss Edith Welch, of Owensboro will clvn a rpadlnc nt Collece Hall Blackburn, p., Torresce c. f. Ward.l.f A number of high claBS i IIen'lrr- We wlsh to tnank tno McHenry Miss selections will be rendered. - i- , v team, for their good treatment and Huth Miller, also of'Owensboro, will also the umpire Mr. Jones, 'who callplay. Admission 15 and 25c. ed a good game. The Beaver Dam Remember the next meeting of the boys play at McHenry next Sunday. Ohio County Good Roads AssociaX tion at Cromwell next Tuesday, Aug. I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording: acton unos.' 31, at 1 o'clock p. m. Prominent X Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Specinl cash prices for this week speakers will be on hand to explain Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes 4 may arise. Lets only: X the business written in all the town9 and villages in Ohio county. 1 all questions which 100-lbGranulated Sugar. .. .$0.30 make It a great meeting. $ These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to 2 l.Vlbs. Granulated Sugar. . . .91.00 LllesTormcrly of this Richard" "Pure Lanl hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, $4.00 J utility, whoP.has been for many years 1111)1. Blue Ribbon First Put. connected with United States army Klour .$5. 75 and assigned to duty as a Prison Illue Ribbon First Put. Giuiril nt Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, .S1.-1Flour has been honorably discharged and 2.Ibs. IMue Ribbon .First Put. has accepted a position in tho Street Flour 75c Hallway scrvico at Kansas City, Mo. lied Rose Straight Miss Lula Walker, of Lexington Sheriff S. O. Keown left last FriGrade Flour $5.25 was tho guest of friends hero Mon- day for Frankfort where ho secured I8.1bs. ReI Rose Straight day. rcqusltion papers on tho .Governor Grade Flour .$1.35 VKIDAY, AUGUST 27. Mrs. Ann Steel left Saturday for of Illinois for Walter May nnd Deet-lbs- . Red Rose Straight May cliarged with rape. Mr. Keown j Orado Flour Evansvlllo where she will visit 70c went from Frankfort to Springfield, Ii., II. & ST. Ij. It. 11. TIME TAIILK. r.verythinj: in our entire line will Illinois whero the papers were )C n;eieil at very low prices durlnit No. 113 duo at Ellmltch S:32 p.m. S Mrs. L. P. Foreman is visiting her promptly honored nnd the boys who No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. iet-II,10 tllic. Como . Kave vou Davids-burson, Mr. Frank Foreman at were under nrrest wero turned over money. . 3:40 p.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ACTON' RROS.,. . Ky. to him. After an nil night trip Ar. Irvlngton . r:35 p.m. Hartford, Ky. Good Roads Mooting at Cromwell Sunday night ho arrived hero MonLv. Irvlngton . fi:fiG p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. next Tuesday afternoon Aug.31. Be day afternoon and turned his prisOhio County Fair. oners over to Jailer Mldkiff to await . 8:3G a.m. sure to go. No. 111 Lv. Louisville tho action of the Special Grand Jury Arangemtns are going forward stead Ar. Irvlngton . .10:00 a. m. Mrs. Claude lMankenshlp will lly for tho great Ohio County fair Lv. Irvlngton .10:40 a. in. ieavo Monday for a cw days trip to now In session. OhlcTCounty Fiscal Court was which will begin Sept. lGth and conAr. Ellmltch ... 1:04 p. in. Louisville. Tho tinue three days. Vast improve Miss Annfo uTlIer, of'Owensboro In session Tuesday and Wednesday, incuts aro being made to the grounds M., II. & K. It. It. TIME TAIIIiE. being present except Is tho guest of her aunt, .Mrs. James each member South Dound, No. 11C Esqulro Dean, who is sick. A con- nnd buildings. No more beautiful Bennett, city. 8:45 a. m. Due at Hurtford was mado with the East St. grounds are to be found In Kentucky. Mr. W."QBennett and" daughter, tract T.ntitR nrlilen nomnnnv fnr n lir(il:ro I Situated on the shores of Rough Rlv- North Uound, No. Ill Miss Esther aro spending .the week In w,t.h a natural Brove- - wh,ch haa Duo at Hartford C:.15 p. ro. to bg built on the Hartford and Dawson Springs. (;Both "Mixed Train.) tertown rond across Muddy Creek to been tho admiration of thousands of fc Mr. Morton Layer, of Louisville take the place of tho present struc visitors, the site furnishes a most Is visiting at the home of Mr. and ture which has been condemned by delightful place for a few days rest Master Oscar Bennett Is ,un tho Mrs. E. Q. Bnrrass. tho State Road Engineer. It will and enjoyment among old friends islck list. t' Miss Myrtle Maddox, of Beaver bo moved to the levee on north side nnd acquaintances. Tho amphitheatre has been rebuilt Esq.' Wlnsen Smith was a uller Dam is visiting her sister, Mrs. of town where a bridge recently gave Improvements to all Claude Blankenshlp. out. The new bridge is to cost and general fhs week. ' Good Pmiums and jBlack returned home .t3.080,00, the State paying half the bu,ld,nB8' Miss NorlMe Esq. J. H. Miles paid us a call ,n a" departments, Half the contract price'for ,Bes aT offercd Tuesday from an extended 'visit to Wednesday. attractions never before seen road work was ordered paid In relatives In Rockjiort, ' m uu,u ouu "ave Deen Proriuea Mrfc.Paul Woodward is tho guest Miss Kathalene Turner was tho ford, pnrtletts, Ralph, Horso Branch A fine band will be on hand to fur xif relatives In Louisville. guest of Miss Marguerite Taylor, of Roslno and Select precincts. Con' nish music each day. No one can aftractors Smith and Crnln were givMr. !JBernes Frost, of Central City Beaver Dam last week, en a tow days further time to com- ford to miss the great Ohio County Js the guest of friends hero. oT Loulsvlllo Mrs. Zimmerman fair tlls year. Remember tho dates, n Lessors, wrJto to El- spent tho last week end with her plete txind for the construction of Sept,' 10, 17 and 18th. unpike on Centertown road. It Is liott P. Orr, BeaVor Dam, Ky. ! mother, Mrs. Betty Taylor? derstood tho bond Is completed and Dam Mies nettle Wise, of Beaver Mr. nenTayIor"left Wednesday work will begin next Monday, Doctor's Office and Dwelling for Sule. is the guest of Mrs. James Bennett. for Blrdseye, Ind., where, he will vis, We have listed for sale two acres Get your stock ready" for the great it for a week or ten days. good ground containing doctor's of WHEAT AND GRASS 17 & 18. Ohio County Fair, Sept. 16, Mrs. Bluukunshlp anu Mrs. Fair flee, dwelling, all necessary GROWERS NOTICE Mrs. Mena Fair," of Cannolton, Ind. spent the day Monday with Mrs, 2 wells water, 1 cistern " Lida Miller near Denver Dam, is visiting her dnughtcr Mrs. Wo will bo rendy to order your and orchard. Splendid location for physician. Nono within a radius ol Mrs. J." It. I'frtlfi, daughter, Mies Gins Sceil and Fertilizer next five miles. Will you? Afra Tlrn Anulnff nr nllrl rlnnplltftr. Amelia and son, Ferdinand returned Easy terms to right party. Call ou, or address Ji. 1 1IK.VXKTT, Uiis. Agt. Martha have returned home from a homo Saturday uftcr an extended BARNETT & SON, Agts., OIil" Co, A. S, of E., visit to relatives In nnd near Beaver visit to Mrs PIrtlo's sister, Mrs. Wll 34tf Hurt ford, Ky. j llama at Sliawneetoyvn, 1)1, Hartford, Ky, It Dam". I Fall Hosiery! Mrs. h. V. npnnctt and little ilnnghtcr, were tlio Rtiests of Mr. V. O. Hennett the first of the week. ! ' Wl Announces tho Opening of its Year's Work Tliirty-sixt- h to MB Hartford College September 6, 1915. ' ' J Exceptional advantages are offered common school graduates and all ready for tho High School work. Glass "A" accredited High School maintained, with forty-minurecitation periods, and three teachers devoting their entire time to High School teaching. Large, wide-awak- e classes and a progressive school spirit. Board reasonable. Make your arrangements to enter. For further information call on or address RHHf The Best H.EBR0WN PRESIDENT. or HENRY LEACH V. PRESIDENT. j ii 'i In Everything! te i getting try a West Ky. Seminary Announces the Opening of its 25c say Fall Term, Septemfeer 6.1915 And again calls the attention of parents and Common School Graduates of Ohio county to the following facts: just that 2kz&(9b, - Every Common School Graduate should be in High School this year for the entire year. We offer a four year's course and are accredited. - The standing of West Kentucky Seminary and the quality of its work are of the highest. Our instructors are able, experienced and efficient. Tuition, to those holding diplomas, is free. Good, cheap board can be secured in Beaver Dam. Our school spirit is genuinely enthusiastic and the boys and girls who come here to school ' I f NEW INSURANCE AGENCY LEARN. For further particulars, call upon or address s. no-lb- s. J. LOGAN STILLWELL Principal BEAVER DAM, KY. I E. E. BIRKHEAD, - Hartford, Ky. j 18-Ib- s. Hartford Republican. g, , wff If you want real you will be satisfied in both quality and cost by having your new Autumn and Winter Suit and , Cenr pur-amou- nt Overcoat tailored to individual order by For-VioJl- Ed. V. Price & Co. U. S. Chicago At Don't trifle with "cheap" tailor-in- s it's "the costliest of all. Sut-iinln- y. Clothing Company HubHARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. SENSATIONAL i AND HIPPODROME STUPENDOUS nliLll nw lit I SHOW llflimi rmiltnO rtniYlLllu it 11 lit rrnr tirrtf IN ' IHt Ntlm ArGcn- - causa lie In nt cross purposes just I,. how with tho Iliischcmcycr admlnls- trnl,on nml wnB nfrn,(1 lho )n,,,,crt: registration would ho used against1 uis man amiuey in mo recent pn- mnry. Constipation Cured Ovcrnlglil. ( ' A small dose of f ml you enjoy n full, free, easy bowel movement In lho moNilng. No grip1b I'odophyllln ing, for (May Apple) without the gripe. Po- x corrects the cnuso of Constipation by nrouslng tho Liver, Increasing the flow of bile. Hllo Is Naturo's antiseptic In tho bowels, With proper amount of blip, digestion ill bowels ' Is porfect( Nil oM, Tift fermentation, no Constipation. Don't bo sick, nervous, Irritable. Oct u bottle of from your Druggist now nnd cure your Constipation overnight. 1 ht Do-La- JCoXGmmioTi.eiX HOTEL UATA Otto C. Martin y Attflfiiey ! When Manufactures Buy Ililittll at Law Greatest Acts of Vaudeville and Circus Booked For the Kentucky Stfte Fair, Sept. J 1 8 a 3-- ,HASfl!N(.TON J tine Corn That Comes in Free of Tariff Duties. Kv D.C, un". IIVIUUrAMtKllANIL a city where cood hotels bound, tha Powhatan heada the HAJITFORD. KT. Will practice hi proeatfe fa lilt I and adjoining counties. Conmierefel I and Criminal PirvcUce a Specialty, j SoraetlmcB tho Underwood Tariff Is nn nld to tho manufacturer, In such an event it though rarely. is tho fanner who gets It In the neck. Many Illinois farmers, In the rich corn holt that has tnado the Statu so wealthy nnd famous, hnvo had their Ideas of the Tariff severely Jolted by nn excellent corn though aiiiull lu Its place. Rut it doesn't ndd to tbo welfaro of tho Illinois farmer. reports state Tho Government that from October 3. 1913. when tho Democratic Tariff law was handed to a grateful public oh you Know you wanted it, you farmers Included I in Barnes & Smith Attorneys at Law Sdiilh announce that Uwy have Sorwr- a iwrCicrilitp for tilio eoneral prao- tke of law, exeunt cnlnilual and dlvor Cxsitf , Mr. Smith bolug County UUr-iu-- y la prevented from practicing such cc.io& Mr. Udriioi will individually DHIcavj accept such practlca In U.irtfprd Hopuhllcau building, Hartford, K" T. IVAIli: STItATTOV Ciiimnt-ll, countrymen, r lituJ""" firsOn'thOijtruiof It i t- Its ' I I - HAtTrFOhD, KY. Mi!. V. u. lirr. ami n UH& , ,eClte:J5 I Argentine corn'. Argentina Is I to June 30, 191-1- , nearly 12,000,-00- 0 bushels of corn were Imported into this country free of duty. Ninety per cent, of this corn camo from Argentina. Since Juno 30 1011, 9,000,000 additional bushels of Argentine corn have been Imported to tho United States. The Argentino corn Is not pretty to look at. It doesn't resemble the fat, golden ears from Illinois, Iowa, Indiana and other corn States. It has a small, hard berry resembling pop corn. Dut makes first rate corn I I i ' 1 The Tcmlnlan n retineJ, exclusive, and restful. Ill excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and It Streets, makes it a desirable headquarters lor bridal couples, tourist Schools and I arties, conventions. colleges. The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to Stale, War and Kavv Departments, also to man; Interest, points of historical makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public The Powhatan oilers rooms with detached bath at J1.50, 32.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50, i CD and up. Ith msp "Wnle for booklet CLIFFORD M. LEWIS, 111 TOO. MAUTIH Kjr. Ilnrlloril, Ky. STRATT01, & MARTIN Attornoys nt Lnw CROMWELL, - KY. Will practlca their profession in this nud djolulng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal l'ractlco Specialty. Prompt and vigorous) service- - .Notary In offico. jlanarer. O GUARANTEED SEKVICK Ono hundred per cent value. Special work for W. O. W. WIHl)ilii.hHimiihihltntS jaw I W. F. STEVENS, It. F. D. 7. SPECIAL TO WOMEN Tho most ccunomtcal, cleansing nnd germicidal of all antlsoptlcs Is HSKbkm, Mid TRAOC-MARAll CVUbJ espcitwe. by the giant oval and devil 7:30, at aggregaeiiter-Jabjnjen- 100,000 FRAMED there of tlie $offered cnch will bo evening, beginning tion of feature acts which are declared to constitute one of the greatest of the kind ever offered nt a -- . -iState Fair, t Secretary Dent has bent every energy e turns which will toward a vivid contrast nud a decided sensation, mid the show ns a whole will lire up to the billing of II!piodroinc. Supremo amous the banner attractions listed btnmls Oscar Lowiuidos' equestrian act, in which InvnndcH and his beautiful ghl partner perform amazing bareback stunts and tnllv lto feats. The act Is splendidly staged and costumed and aside from Its mnrvels of horsemanship and acrobatic art Is as picturesque and pleasing to the eye aa sculptured groups from a master band. Life, motion, color and thrill will characterize the turn of the Hassan Ben All Troupe of Arabian dancers, eword twlrlers, Icapers nnd tumbleis. The Cevene Troupe are aerial artists who are said to perform moic dare pro-rid- the Kentucky State Fair an at feats to tbo minute than any competitors In the show world. They do all the sensational midair flying and trapeze balancing ever attempted and, it is claimed, add hair raising accomplishments Individual to themselves "uloncT The Dellmeade Company is a musical aggregation of ten which boasts live classical beauties who are said to be stunning in looks and gowning. Their offering Is likewise said to be a distinct novelty and one of the most delightful uer appearing In vaudeville. The l'lccollnl Acrobats are absolute muscular marvels, nnd the lifting, balancing, carrying and wrestling offered by them are sensational in the extreme. In entertaining contrast to these nrt-Ist- s will bo an aggregation of acrobatic comedians Wio combine upronrlously funny clowning with some really skillful and Interesting ncrobatlc work. Thirty-livrichly and knleldoseopl-cnllarrayed musicians designated as the Uoyal Hussar Hand and an equally large number of harmony dispensers known as the Scotch Highlander Piny-or- s will be nn Important and enjoyable feature of the Hippodrome and night horse show exhibitions. e y KT'v iivyy(' v-r -- j, sX.SvO- - Pheasant, Duck, Goose and Deer New Feature For Kentucky State Fair WONDERFUL, Instructive and Interesting exhibition phi lined as n new feature for the Kentucky State Fair will be the Knowing of every variety of pheasant, deer, wild duck and goose native to this country. The State Fair management has apportioned spacious grounds tor the pens and cages in which the nucleus of a wonderful zoo Is to Iks Introduced during the celebration of Sept nnd. In fact, the specimens at pheasant already secured by the Fair management under the auspices and direction of the State Fish and flame Commission place Kentucky's collection second only to the largest in the world, which is n part of the zoo at Brooklyn, K. Y. The 8tnto Fish and Oamo Commits-do- n is making every effort to replenish the almost entirely depicted stock of pheasants In Kentucky and has recently Imported from England large flocks of breeders, which have been placed throughout tho state. Special precautions have been taken for tho A 13-1- protection of the birds, nnd farmers on whose land tho pheasants have been placed have been feeding them regularly and report that they have become quite tame. Quail will also be included In the importation of birds, ami 5,000 will be brought Into the state from Mexico. This vnrlcty of quail Is native to Kentucky, but Mexico Is the only place where tho birds can ho for restocking. Two thousand five hundred pairs of English ring neck pheasants were liberated In Kentucky recently, and a largo number of Prince of Wales pheasnnts were placed In tho lowlands of tho Purchase, to which Roctlon they are especially adapted. Reeves' pheasants hare been gent In large quantities to tho mountains and varicolored pheasants to tho Interior sections of the state. All of these and every other existing variety of pheasant will bo exhibited In tho Slate Fair collection, as will the Japanese, English fallow and native American deer. d Marble & Granite Co. Most of the Argentino corn Is used 503-00- B Soventh Btrool great manufacturing company a WA3HINOTON, D. C. that supplies the corn starch of this A soluble Antiseptic Powder to country. It contains about 2 per cent. less starch than the more exbe dissolved in water as needed. pensive corn. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches VI in treating catarrh, Inflammation or You can't blame the manufacturulceration of nose, throat, and that ers for utilizing the cheaper importWedding caused by feminlno Ills it has no equal. ed corn. They would bo perfectly For ten years the Lydla E. PInkham willing to use American corn If Medlclno Co. has recommenced Paxtlno they could get it at the same price. In their private correspondence with The National Weekly Under the Republican Tariff there women, which proves its superiority. was a duty of 15 cents a bushel on FLORIST Women who havo been cured say Time-iit is "worth Us weight In gold." At corn. Naturally there was little Ardruggists. POc. largo box, or by mall. gentine corn imported to this counMasonic Temple Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Until this year year of 1913 try. During tho fiscal Collier's hat been OWENSBORO. KY. the total importation of corn amount told at $5.50. Noir ed to but 900,000 bushels. the price is , If this 15 per cent, duty had not Ohio Csunty a concession herebeen removed at least 20,000,000 by ne can offer it bushels of American corn would at a still further Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhewd, reduction in conJudge; Ben D. KIngo, Attorney; V. have been bought from American Operated by nection vthh r. MIdklff. Jailer; E. 0. Barrass, farmers by corn starch manufactur- Clerk; E. E. Birkhead, Master Comers. When corn was placed on the Hotel Company missioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee Special Offer to Our Readerr-fiinn Hot- 4hn mnniifnnlnrufia were 11CU 1IOL HI C UlUUUIUlilUtCti Jury Fund; S. O. Koown, Sheriff, Deputies S. A. Bratcher; Hartford. able to pay the freight rate from ArUnder New Management RccocnUIne the crrat demand (or Collur't it office deputies Mrs. S. O. Kcowu aii the new price, e have made amnccincnti lagentina on corn producing 2 per cent rder it and our own publication each one jesr Gllmoro Keown. Court convenes first T. QUISENBERItY. (or the price of CVirr'ialont. This lalimilnl-- r less starch and still And it more proMonday In February and continues cfler and must betaken advantage ol promptly. fitable. Kates $1.00, $1.25 nnd $1.50 per Day tbreo weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks; third Monday In October, A seat on the Boston Stock ExCollier's. What You Get Meals 25 Cents. two weeks. change was sold for $15,000, a reCvUht'b Is the one bie, indeptndenl, fearleo County Court John B. 'Wilson, weekly ol the whole country, riot only Is it the duction of ?1,000 from tho last preBest In the city for tho money. Judgo; W. C. Blaukenshlp, Clerk; cood citizen's handbook but it is alto A. vious sale. magaiine lor the whole family. Amcne theJV Special attention to the traveling C. E. Smith, Attorney. Hartford. thines that a year's subscription cives are, Court convenes first Monday in eacli public. month. A Doctor's Prescription for Cough 1000 EdlkHb OOO News PbofaM Quarterly Court Boglna on tho An Effective Cough Treatment. 250 Short ArtJclta first Monday In every month. OWENSBORO, KY. 150 Short S tor If. h to ono teaspoonful of Court of Calms Convenes first 100 Illustrated Feature Dr. King's New Discovery, taken as 2 Complete Noval- Tuesday In January and first Tues' day In October. needed, will soothe and check Coughs $2.50 BtuferaalT Collier'f Other County Officers C. S. Mox-'loColds, and the more dangerous BronSurveyor, ForUsvllIe, Ky., It. Hartford Republican chial and Lung Ailments. You can't P. D. No. 2; Tom nines, Assessor, Illafford to take tho risk of serious Olaton, Ky.; Oama Shults, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Itllcy, ness, when so cheap atd simple a Coroner, Hartford; T. 11. Benton, remedy as Dr. King's New Discovery Hoad Engineer, Hartford. (s obtainable. Go to your Druggist j JUSTICES' COURTS. get a bottle of Dr. King's Now Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft-- J Succeed when everything else falls. or 3d Monday In March, Tuesday artDiscovery, start tho treatment nt In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the 6Upreme ier 3d Monday in Juno, Tuesday nft- onco. You will bo gratified for tho TA...lnH l remedy, as thousands have testified. 0... cr 3d muiiuay 111 ouiiiuiuuer, 1. UC3- 1 relief and cure obtained. KlDiMF.Y-LIVP- R FOR AWn ii Jay after 3d i Monday In Dccomber. - ur- - zr'j t r..i! 1.. ' " 'v- - ""iuuui, luiuupuri, rriuaj UcCALL PATTERNSperfect fit, simplicity sn STQiSriMTranHRF j ThinK of Those Things. I'nTtn 1.1 fn.ln. I.. .iiuruii, i' riiuio' Celebrated lor style, uu iujiuu M.ivt in reliability nearly 40 bold In nearly wago earner ' it b the best medicine ever sold I after 3d Monday In Juno, Friday h every city and town Inyears, Uiited Stttea and Let tho American the j over a druggist's counter. ' after 3d Monday In Soptembor, f Canada, or by mail direct. More told than Free-Trad- o If he will, but vote for any other make. Send lor tree catalogue. unuay auer au Mouaay in De- when ho does he votes either for leCALL'S MAGAZINE comber. I. subscribers other Idleness or a European wago scale. S. W. Leach. Cromwell. Wednesday ' a More vlnamtltmn than anyTmvaltiKI fashion mnnlh t. mi .1 knows full f est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery. 3d Monday In March.. Wod- Tho American laborer YOU alter nftnr fl1 Mntiilnw In JUIIU, W etiquette, pooduncy neeuiewotic.iiairilrestlnc, piain sewing, nnRilnv lt...n v. uu " well that ho cannot competo with " .stories, etc. WctJncsdny after 3d Monfday In Sop- - f' (worth double), including a free pattern, tho European laborer and maintain tenibor, Wednesday after 3d Mon- - " faubscriR today, or tend for sample copy. his old time standard of living. VONDEBFUL inducements day In December. to ABentt. Postal brings prernium ctUlopie" It. 0. Tlchwior, ContortOWn. Sat- Think of theso things before voting and new cash offera. V urday after 3rd T.A.. ., rn L.s.i.i Addrcst Monday In each i.1 ,. for either a low Tariff or no Tariff. Marlon (la.) Register. Treatment UJOUlu- vnBn Smith, Soloct, Tuesday mi nenn auer 2d Monday in March. Tuesday I How's This?" a"er 2d Monday In .May, Tuesday IIIMftQ LUflUd Ul a(ter 3d Monday In Aucust. Tuns- AND CURE THE Wfi offer One Hundred Dollars CONSUMPTION Uay a(tcr 2d AIoaiay In November. Reward for any case of Catarrh by starch. Hartford, Ky. Representing Continental THAT PAV, on lA or fzi&frn&' niuiitjr n frurf rrwlkw. gun. passino nrrrfCNCta. rrrruuu lixol on I'lWrntl viltk to Skl Uv. HOMiu rSTFN FR attiintUmtli.mragU,t our il Mfrlp juu ItirucctM.for C C Jiolo cr tickli fn rerrt IIW prolorll oHMnd In For Bedding Plants Decorations, Funeral Designs, Etc.." see TAPSCOTT, Collier's First n glji Cluba Planters House panters Dlreotory I j One-fourt- Electric Bitters " I y, $2.5a 1 m Onl.-lllr.nl- r it-.-..i- .,... I., 'i I V LstVm'rS 'K4al& s? run-dow- n M WILL TAKE OUR -- "'"J FREE 1 . ..uirai KILL ths COUCH with LUKCSfr Special cut rate excursions will bo Coupon books of six day tickets nt run Into Louisville over all lines and $2 nnd six night tickets at $1 for tho will from all parts of the state during Ken- Kentucky State Fulr, Sept. he on sale Aug. 15 until Sept tucky State Fair week, Sept 13-113-1- It ncteday after the second Monday In a bottle FREE, by mail a ouick relief for , March. Wednesday after ad Monday feeling, coughs, pains In May, Wednesday aftor 3d Monday F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. that tired, We, the underalgned, have known P. J. night sweats, hemorrhages, weak in August, Wodnesday after 2d Mon-lunCheney for the last 15 years, and believe In chest, consumption. day In November. or him perfectly honorable In all business Boi F Rico. ForldsvlHo, Tuesday transactions and financially able to carry LOCK BOX 611 OHIO MEDICAL CO. 0C t any obligations made by his Arm. coiumbus, o. .auer za Monuay in March, Thurs NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, day alter Zu Monday In May, ThursToledo, O. day after 2d Monday In August, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and muThursday after 2d Monday In Nocous surfaces of the system. Testimonials OVER 65 YEARS' vember. sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold EXPERIENCE by all Druggists. Bon W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftTake Hair Family Pill for constipation. er 2d Monday In March, Friday after 2d Monday In May, Friday after 3d Bill Hnldeinuii'H Admission. Monday in August, Friday after 2d JubI think of iti Five thousand Monday In November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. fraudulent names on tho registration O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. lists that are regularly voted against Trade Marks Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Designs tho Republicans in every election. Marshal; Court convenes seconkl MonCopyrights 4c. you this is not Republican tesMind day in each month. Anrone tending a rketrh and dcucrlpt Inn ui? Quickly luuorulu our opinion poo whether an City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R. timony it is tho delibcrato confesluTonilnn It probablr piueiiiiiiito.Conimunlcn. T. Collins, Clerk; J. K. IJean, TreastrKtircoiiuueiiiiai. MAUUUUUH oni'uicuia sions of u Democratic organ, tho tcjillrea. UMeit ouencr for ocunni: patents. urer. Members of Council J. C, ixiieuii laien inrouicu tlunti editor of which is tho Illustrious nxcMnotUe, without cbarite, lutbe Co. mUre Capt. A. D. White, A. 13. Pato. Major General Willium H. Ualdoman W. II. Gillespie, W. II. IJarnes, C. M. Scientific Crowo. ono of tho chief priests in tho DemoA indomelf ilhut rat d weeklr. Irceit cl Hartford Doard Education J. II. CiiUtUm ut Hitr rcluntlUn Vuriml, 'JiTmi.tJ cratic Sanhedrim, who knows where. tl. hnlil livitll iAttiilAstlnr D. Carson, Ch'm'n.; C. M. Darnett, rif( frtiii tiinntl of ho speaks. Ho makes tho confesSec.: E. W. Ford, Treas.: R. T. Col MUNN&C0 3Br..dy.HDWY0r( sion turns State's evidence, be- lins, J. D. Duke, ,V8UWialuiituu,UU that cannot bo cured by Hall's jf you mention this paper we will Bend you Catarrh Cure. Dr. King's New Discovery MCass-riSfe. AMD ALL THROAT AND LUNQTR0UBLES. aiTABANTUED SATiaFAOlOKYf Oil JH.OK JilT HEFUNZJUD. ijjrnjra i American. orwtalor t no aJVlou, Iww tu obtain imlunt., tnult mAia, I eoprriituu, eux. in all eoUrirmrs. I Jltuliust Jirtctv.Uh Watting to lam (Imt, wnoney vnt rjtrm drawiurf PROCURED AND OCrtNDCD. SeodmodclJI eij rt kcuxli aul free report. Rooi-no- tt, Pjleat and Inn-l- gtmiat Practlct Exclusively. Vrlta or corua tu urns UO Uihth StrMt, aau Vilud BUUi rtUat OQm, I WABrWNQTON. D. 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Wo favor the nomination for tho Presidency of a candidate who Is In accord with thoso policies, and Is abreast of the spirit of progress required by ever changing condition. (2) Wo condemn the Inefficiency of tho administration at Washington, Its Inndequato tariff law and Its tax In times of peace, which havo re sulted In the closing of factories, tho stagnation of business and tho enforced idleness of millions of workmen. Wo demand tho redisricting of Kentucky in legislative, senatorial, congressional and judicial districts, which shall give equal representation and oqual voting power to every citizen of every district, In conformity with tho plain requirements of the Constitution, mid not as at present, in flagrant violation hereof. (3) Wo demand tho repeal of tho present Infamous primary law formed for tho purpose of preventing freedom of choice to tho voter, and favor tho enactment of a law which shall permit party nominations for Judicial oinccs without regard to tho party affiliation of tho candidates so grounds, and the conthat tho Judiciary may be chosen on tinuance in office of judicial public servants may be determined by no other qualification than that of fitness, Wo favor atnondment to Stale laws permitting and encouraging Joint nominations of the same randldato by the different parties. We demand tho repeal of tho law. providing for registration certificates Imposed upon tho State by the Democratic party for Immoral polllcal purposes, whereby votes In Kentucky have become negotiable Instruments' passing by delivery (4) We demand that the public schools of the State shall be taken and kept entirely out of politics, and that tho interests and welfare of tho children shall have first consideration in all public school matters. We call for better schools and schoolhouses, for longer school terms In the country and better pay for the teachers. Wo also favor extending tho aid of the Stato to its institutions for higher education. (5) There should bo complete publicity concerning the expenditure of money for political campaigns, and a law should be passed for the accounting by candidates and campaign managers of all sums of money collected for political purposes. (C) We demand tho enactment of a law providing for control of tho penal and charitable institutions, and for tho abolition of contract labor, and wc endorse the Constitutional Amendment providing for convict labor on public roads and highways, Insofar as the same may bo dono without Injury to free or organized labor. (7) Realizing tho influence of good roads on the economic, educational, social and religious development of tho Stato, we pledge ourselves that tho present law, introduced by a Republican, authorizing State aid, shall bo carried out, and the building of permanent highways throughout tho State by a system guaranteeing to the people an honest expenditure of their money, shall be encouraged. (8) Wo favor further legislation for tho protection of labor from unnecessary bodily injury, and we favor the enactment of a fair and equlpt-abl- e workmen's compensation law. (9) We favor giving to the Railroad Commission power to regulate public utilities or the State. (10) Wo favor tho passage of laws which shall make effective constitutional provision against tho issuance of free passage to officials. (11) Wo opposo double taxation, and will favor a thorough revision of tho tax laws which will equally distribute tho burdens of taxation, reduce the rate and not only retain the capital now invested, but Invito the Investment of other capital In the State. We favor tho adoption by tho people of tho Constitutional Amendment enlarging tho power of the General Assembly on the matter of tajjafion, and when such additional law is passed to make it effectual only when submitted to, and, approved by a majority of the pcoplo who vote upon the same. We favor such regulation by law as will consolidate) assessment and collection of taxes, sa that tho cost of colllectlon may be materially reduced. (12) Wo condemn the enactment by the Democratic party of a large number of obnoxious laws, the creation of expensive offices and commissions and the wasteful and extravagant expenditure of money, and we promise,' it given power, to repeal all such laws, to abolish superflous offices and reduce tho cost of administration to tho least possible point consistent with an economical and efficient system of government. (13) Realizing the importance to tho State of the prosperity of tho farmers, we heartily approve of their legal efforts to secure better prices for the products of their farms, and pledgo ourselves to assist them in alll legal ways. (14) For economic, as well as humane reasons, we recommend that tho State of Kentucky undertake to supplement and later to continue tho work of tho United States Public Health Service for tho prevention of blindness from trachoma, a communicable and painful disease of the eye, from which, the last census report shows that 33,000 persons are suffering in a single section of tho State. (15) We call attention to the vast resources of our State as yet and Invite capital and labor into the State to develop such resources. (16) Expressly reserving tho right of all Republicans to vote upon the question of woman's suffrage as they see fit we favor the adoption by the next General Assembly of a resolution submitting this question to the pcoplo for decision at the election of November, 1917. (17) Tho Republican pary In Kentucky is responsible and deserves tho credit for tho county unit law. In 1907 wo declared definitely for tho local option law with tho county as the governing unit. In 1911 we again declared for the county unit law In accordance with the Constitution. We now declare our continued adherence to tho county unit law, and wo do hereby endorse the present county unit law of Kentucky, and pledge ourselves to Us strict and rigid enforcement, and we favor the adoption of suclt amendments thereto as may bo necessary to make it ef fective beyond question. non-partis- STOMACH TROUBLE FOR Majority of Friearli Thought Mr. Hag-hei FIVE YEARS I I taking other medicines. Would Die, Bat take his advice, although any confidence In It. I decide tf did not tar tf Oae Helped Him to Recovery. have now been taking Black-Dra- . for three months, and It has cured rae haven't had those awful sick headachwS slnce I began using it. ad- Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting I am so thankful Black-Draug- for what Black-Drau- ght has bee very valuable medicine for de a would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. 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Venizelos the Premier. doing of the liner Arabic, with the loss of two American lives. High ofRussia. Berlin has given out no ficials refuse to comment on the matversion of the naval engagement In ter pending the arrival of official InGulf of Riga, but the definite Many persons In Wash- the formation. statement by Russia of the sinking ington say, In discussing the possiMoltke, bility of the severance of diplomatic of tho German battle cruiser torpedo two other cruisers and eight relations with Germany, that Con-- 1 boats has sent a wave of enthusiasm gress should bo called in extra sesover Russia. Military observers say sion first. tho result of this battle has endangered von fflndenburg's forces. The Russia Tho naval battle in which Germans captured the fortress of German and Russian warships have It Is In Central Poland. been engaged for several days In tho said the Russian position at Brest-LltovGulf of Riga has resulted in the Geris becoming untenable. man fleet withdrawing, after having lost the battleship Moltke, a warship ships KiiRlnnd. Forty British of the Dreadnought type, three oth- bombarded the German submarine er cruisers and seven torpedo boats, base at Zeobrugge. The Admiralty according to a statement credited to has made not statement concernthe President of tho Russian Duma. ing the attack. The firing lasted Petrograd records for the Russians sevoral hours. The French have an advance on the, river Arkhave, shown naval activity In the same loAsiatic Turkey, and tho repulse of a cality, the Paris official communicaTurkish attack near Olti. In addi- tion announcing the sinking of a tion the Russian Black Sea fleet de- German torpedo boat destroyer off ments have predominated. stroyers have sunk over 100 Turk- Ostend. ish boats. Thursday. Turkey. Naby Bey, Turkish Amvon Stntcs. Chancellor United of bassador to Italy, embassy Emperor William Germany. with Bethmann-Hollwo- g said last night Germany, with several of his Gener- staffs, left Rome yesterday for Turuntil he had the facts In the j that als, has entered tho captured fortress key by way of Switzerland. sinking of tho Arabic he could mako of Novogeorglevsk, tho last Russian no deflnito statement. If the comstronghold In Poland to stand out Wednesday. , beyond his Instructions against tho German advance. The United States. Couut von Bern-storf- f, mander went ho said, the "Imperial Government troops and exEmperor reviewed the tho German Ambassador, glvo complete pressed his thanks to them for their communicated to the State Depart- would not hesitate to change is ment yesterday Instructions from Ills satisfaction to tho United States. No vital accomplishment. recorded In tho Jlghtiiig In Poland government expressing regret and A desperTeutonic Allies. Both Berlin and mid tho Baltic provinces. sympathy If Americans . lost thoir ate battle la being fought along tho lives in tho sinking of tho Arabic, Vienna report steady progress in the Kovnn-Vllu- a the of railway and tho Nie- - and asking that tho United States Investment River. delay tak'lug a dellnlto stand in re- great Russian fortress which was to lncn gard to tho affair until Germany form the strongest link In tho MusOfllGreece. On tho political side of could bo heard from. This was tho covites uew line of defense war, M. Venizelos has accepted first word from ofllcial German cial statements Issued in both capithe tho post of Prime Minister of For- source concerning the Arabic. Its tals assert that tho Russian forces eign Affairs. It Is expected in Eu- recolpt was followed by an evident southwest of tho stronghold . havo rope that, with tho resumption of relaxation of tension In Washington. been forced back upon tho girdle of power of Venizelos, the uncertain Socretary Lansing, while refusing to forts. Northeast of Vladoma the GerBalkan situation will bogln to clari- comment on tho communication, con- -' mans aro driving tho retreating Rus to havo Bunted to Us publication"., M. Venizelos fy Itself. -sians further Into the dreaded Prl-preached a perfect understanding. to tho east of River marches Kusslu. The Russians In South- -' Cavalry Is said to be Austro-Italla- n continue to oppose streneast Poland tho On - Italy. along the road which advancing front there havo been artillery bom- uously the advance of the Teutonic swamps bardments, and Infantry attacks at armies, both Berlin and Vienna re- leads from Kove through the which the Italians port that their forces are making to Kobrln. Military experts believe various points, In Muscovites aro this may be a movement to get in the claim advances for their troops at gains and that tho notably la the upper steadily falling back. TULs Is es roar of the fortress and thus encircle sk Brest-Lltovsk, et Brest-Lltovsk. Italy. Activities in tho Ifslfan casualties war theater are confined chiefly to Dardanelles. Heavy are declared to have been inflicted artillery engagements, with now act on the Allied forces when the'Turks then an Infantry assault at Isolated repulsed an attack by them near points. Anafarta, on the Galllpoll Peninsula, Galli)oli. In spite of French and and In a Turkish offensive movedetachment British claims of Important progress ment on the British along the Euphrates River, accord on the Galllpoll Peninsula, the Turks admit no serious reverses on the Daring to Constantinople. danelles front. In fact, an official Rumania It Is report- statement Issued at Constantinople Rumania. h Allies ed, has ordered that all the railway declares tho rolling stock In the kingdom' be were repulsed with serious losses at placed at the disposal of the Minis- two points on the peninsula. A British report issued last night ter of War September 14. states that the allies have made important gains along a twelve-mil- e Serbia. Down on the Serban front, but have not gained their true frontier Nish reports that attempts objective. by the Austrians to fortify positions along the Danube and Save Rivers Drainage Tax Notice. have been frustrated by tho Serbian Notice Is hereby given that an astroops. sessment or tax levy of Three per cent, based upon the original assessFrance. On the western battle-fro- ment for cost of construction etc. there has been trench fight- was made by the Board of Drainage ing with grenades and bombs and ar- Commissioners at a meeting held on tillery engagements on various sec- August 14th., 1915 on the lands and tors, but with no appreciable results land owners located and within the to either side. The same conditions G. A. Barnes et al., Drainage disalong tho Austro-Italla- n trict, Tho M. F. Tichenor et al., have prevailed except that bombardfront, et al., and tho J. P. Taylor, Franco-Britisnt ilic M4--. 4-- v i: i iiu3c M lNetJuiiie: lu TU Building Material . X -- r We nro pcrpured to filIT yonr order Id various kind of Building material, nt prices that will meet your approval, " Write us for prices for any thief; you Deed, FORDSVILLE PLAINING Incorporated MILL COMPANY Jake Wilson, Mgr. FORDSVILLE, KY. Don't Make Curiosity Telephone Calls x v llm r. ukil C.ntul' whti lb. Its wn, an crac nt ncr oil lot ii imbalance wn btld up lot ntulr IS nit. tt nil out isd tbll cttlif inaltf 4 Is tb death ol Pbrilcllonirthjth4tb imbalance keen iccaiad 'l lilt mlibl hart been wed." Elmiru AJttrfbeT. tctott 1,000 I4lt roiloritr letlell Id Blnihtra-le- a tho L. M. "Ward, et al Draincounty, age Districts in Ohio Ky. Tho Tax duo to this assessment may now bo paid to tho Treasurer of Ohio County Ky., without additional cost, but on and after Sept. 22nd, 1915 tho unpaid assessments will bein the hands of the Sheriff of Ohio County, Ky., for collection when adbe ditional cost will necessarially added. OHIO COUNTY BOARD DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS. S. T. BARNETT, Pres. Attest: W. S. TINSLEV, Clerk. - 1 7Jq?. i.t .V-- - 4. y .- -. s t i ".f promptly the mass of cu- riosky telephone calls that threaten to swamp our exchanges every time there is a large fire. Calls for physicians, the or the police, held up am-Jbulan- IT Is beyond possibility to the bounds answer y "I ce Notice To Ciedltorx. All persons having claims against the estate of Nancy Jones, deceased, will present same to tho administratrix for settlement on or before Sept. 15, 1915, or be forever barred. This August 14, 1915. ELIZABETH DURHAM, Adniinlstrix, Ccntertown, Ky. "Of at such times might result in the loss of human life. as for the protection of your For your protection, js well Farm, Near Wliltcsvllle, For Sale. Wo have listed with us a good 108 miles South of acre farm i Whltesvllle, about half of It bottom land, and forty acres In timber including 58 gum, besides various other trees. No buildings. See us for prices. BARNETT & SON, - CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. Incorporated call the telephone operator neighbors, we ask you not to merely out of curiosity. After all, she has no more information than you have. KY. BOX 119, OWENSBORO, A CALL ON THE HARTFORD RUPUULICAN FOB FINE JOB PRINT. ...,. 1NO OF ALL KINDS. several points, Agents. P