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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE WATCHFUL WAITING. fkmtMtait 0.c OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ I per Year No. 8 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1915. Another member of tho committee Is George W. Long, former United States marshal of this district. Ho will bo treasurer and will name tho manners or tno finance committee. Headquarters will bo established at the Seclbach within n few days. I Tho selection ot tho personnel of tho Campaign Commltteo wns nt a meeting of the subcommittee) recently appointed, tho members of which arc, John H. Glllam, of Scottsville; T. H. McCartney, ot Flemlngsburg; E. T. Pranks, of Owensboro; E. P. Morrow, candidate for Governor; T. U. McGregor, candidate for Attorney Genoral, and A, E. Weber, candidate for Auditor. I IS UNSEATED Three Members Removed From Committees. Resolution Adopted Declaring For Wilson for President In 1916. I Democratic Platform on the County Unit. Louisville, Ky., August 31. Declaring In furor of the county unit 18 COUNTY Section UNIT .law us now on the statuto hooka of PLANK The Democratic party has tho state enactment of un anti-pas- s been anil Is the sincere nnd earnest law, submission of a constitutional cliiwlrn of all legislation IntenJod amendment permitting convicts to for the moral aa well ns the material , work public roads, elimination of the advancement of tho State. To It, prison contract system, revision of and to It alone, Is duo the legislation tho tax system, good roads, better which gives to each county in the achools, umendmcuts perfecting the State the absolute control over the prlmnry election law, including the vending of spirituous liquors, and power of tho state railroad commis- no county should bo deprived by sion, the enactment of a worklng-roan'- outsldo Interference, of the right to compensation law, anti-trudetermine the matter for itself. laws and corrupt practice act, DemoWo reaffirm and reassert our uncrats of Kentucky In Convention at qualified approval ot the present Keith's theatre tonight adopted unan County Unit Law and of tho declaraimously a platform of principles that tion of tho Democratic party in the brought forth cheer after cheer. convention of August 15, 1911, pledging the party to its adoption. This For Wilson i nllllO. enThe convontlou unanimously Act has been strengthened by caredorsed President Wilson as tho fully considered amendment, and the standard bearer of the party in 1916. Hold ot Its operation enlarged so that Kentucky was the first state to take each of the counties In tho stato such a step. Tho resolution said in may detcrmlno for Itself whether part: the sale of alcoholic beverages may "We believe that his mastery of he licensed or prohibited, nnd emtho situation (European) requires bodies the full nnd final judgment his renomiuation in 191G and of tho legislative and executive lii m ns tho party's most branches of tho goovemmeitt. It and trusted leader in tho com- has been Interpreted nnd its constiing national electldn, believing that tutionality established by the courts, patriots without regard to party re- and we approve of Its rigid and thorcognize Woodrow Wilson as tho ono ough enforcement In letter nnd in man best suited to bear tho burdens spirit, and condemn any effort to Imand perform tho herculean tasks now pair or weaken its wise provisions by confronting tho president of tho revision or amendment. United States." In legislation affecting the moral ViiiiMint Is Unseated. welfare of the people, tho party may A thrill was Injected into tho pro- -' well be guided by our great leader ceedings when George G. Spcer, a whoso wisdom or righteousness are member of tho committee on perma- the priceless boon of a triumphant rt nent organization, submitted a We unqualifiedly com' Democracy. which was adopted without a mend to the Democracy of Kentucky dissenting voice, unseating Rufus H. ' his sage admonition that "tho quesVansant, of Ashalnd; A. G. Rhea, of tions Involved (In such legislation) Russcllvillo and Drldges White, of are social and moral and are not as members of tho susceptible of being mado parts of a Mt. Sterling, "Democratic State Central and Execu- party programme. Whenever they tive committees from tho have been made the subject matter and naming as their success- of party contests they have cut the ors Judgo S. W. Hager, of Owens-lior- lines of party organization and party James P. Edwards, of Louis action athwart to tho utter confusion ville, and George D. Martin of Boyd of political action in every other county, Judgo Hager becoming chair- field." With tho President, wo "do man of tho two committees; Mr, not bellvo that party programmes Edwards becoming a member of the ot the highest consequences to the Btato executivo committee, and Mr. j political llfo of the State and of the Martin becoming n member of tho nation ought to bo thrust on ono side state central committee. and hopelessly embarrassed for long also unseated periods together by making a politiTho convention ns cal issue of a great question which TJrey Woodson, of Owensboro, National Democratic committeeman is essentially nonpolltlcal. non partifrom Kentucky, naming Gen. W. n. san, moral and social in Its nature," Ilaldemnn of Louisville, In his stead. and therefore wo opposo further agiMakes I'll tile l'lea. tation and legislative experiment, Sountor J. C. W. Ueckham lu a holding that existlug laws It fairly speech late tonight offered a motion tried will achieve the ends for which seeking to have tho convention re-- J they were designed. of Chairman f considerII. tho ousting Committeeman Section 19. FOR ECONOMY AND VaiiBant, Jlufus Wo favor rigid econEFFICIENCY A. G. Rhea, W. Ilrldges White and omy lu tho administration ot tho Uroy Woodson, national commltteo- -' to tho end that tho Congressman State's affairs man from Kentucky. people may receive a maximum of Campbell Cantrlll aroso to a point of service, at a minimum ot cost, and to ordor and pointed out to Chairman t that end we favor the immediate Cherry that Senator liccxiiam was abolition of all useless o dices and not In the hall at tho timo tho orig- tho rendering of full and adequate inal motion was voted upon and that service In every department of the under parliamentary proceduro ho State Government. could not offer tho motion ho sought Chairman Cherry ruled 'to make. Harry Thaw Is Seeking Divorce. that tho point was well taken and Pittsburg, Sept. 1. Harry K. Senator Dcckham reluctantly loft tho Thaw, through his atorneys, Stono stage. He caused a sensation when Stone, this afternoon filed a peho offered his motion and tho dovo and tition In Common Pleas Court askof peace fluttered from tho hall. his wife, Evelyn Senator Beckham declared that ing a divorce from Nesblt Thaw, charging misconduct tho action taken by tho convention' of Now York. was without precedent and that It with John Francis Tho petition Is very brlof covering Senator Beckham i was 111 advised, one typewritten page. In was lilssed and hooted from tho less than that his wife was I It Thaw alleges stage. guilty ot misconduct with Francis at street, Now d'nlvlu Heads Campaign Committee. 31 West Thlrty-flrLouisville. Ky., Aug. 28. Mau- -j York, In December, 1909, and Janrico L. Galvln, collector of Internal uary 1910, and at various other revenue at Covington, was selected i places and times. Thaw also dechairman of tho Republican Cam-- j clares she deserted him In July, 1909. contains nothing to L palgn Committee at its meeting AI- - The petition Louisville, was. throw light on the identity of Francis vis S. Bennett, of chosen secretary, and W, Sherman other than to give his name, and in Hall, of Hardlnsburg, will be chair-- , the copy filed at the courthouse It Is man of the Sprayers' Commltteo. almost Illegible. H st so ofll-de- nt rc-postate-at-large, o; I ISci-lilmj I . "Wo are still waiting on Judgo Rlrkhend to call a special session" of the Jury to Investigate that famous primary. Will lis do it? Tho odds are against his calling It. But what good would it do to call a special session, without appointing n special commonwealth's attorney to prosecuto tho cases when Mr. Rlngo lias his hands full at present fighting the contest with Mr. Tanner, for ono of the olIlce3 over which there was so much money spent and whiskey drank. "Imagine the circuit Judge going Into a saloon on Fourth street nnd calling In the multitude, and lining them up nnd after the drinks had been served, some of his henchmen laying down three $5.00 bills nnd tho bartender ringing the chango for $14.85 and returning only fifteen cents out of $15.00. Then comes one of his appointees who said "My olllco depends on the election of the Judge, come up boys and havo one on me!" And tho multitude gathered and they were all of one mind, and that was that they would each take a drink to tho health and success of the Judge nnd his nppointeo every time they were asked. One poor boy got too much, and he found his way to the lockup and after his trial the next morning he said to a friend on St. Ann street.. "I had too much Blrkhead whiskey last night. That was tho first time I was ever drunk and It will be the last time." Judge what would "My Good Grand Jury" say about that kind ot conduct. That kind of conduct on the part of public ofllclals is what makes dry towns, dry cities nnd dry states. The people won't stand for a thbng ot that kind now There was a time when you could havo gotten by with It, but you can't do it now. We do not object to the Judge taking a drink if he wants it, but he must not call the multl-tudelnthe saloon Just before tho day of the primary at the close of a speaking at which his friends howled his opponent down. A thing of that kind can't be made a success In this day and generation, some one may get the idea that we are for state wide prohibition Judging from what we have said above, but we are not, we are for the county unit and have been for years,' but If any thing would make us for statewide prohibition it would be a few more primaries like the on pulled oft on August the 7th. We venture the assertion that if all the bottles and jugs that were used in .this judicial district primary, could be brought from the fence corners and thickets, they would fill two large furniture cars. It Is no uncommon thing for the small boys to come down the street with an arm load of empty bottles gathered up from tho ruins of August 7th. Some one bought them and some one distributed them. Who did It. We think Judgo Blrkhead should call a special grand jury and appoint a special attorney to prosecute the cases, or they should turn both nominations back to the people, or the committee." Owensboro News. to declaring absolutely no news on the sinking of the Arabic Is yet avail able. He said: "Would it not be lamented if tho submarine should have been lost nnd wo should never learn of what happened? Soon after the Arabic sank I said we would have details by the last of August or the first of Septem ber nt the latest. Most of our boats which were on the west coast of England then have returned, but none, so far, knows anything about tho Arabic. Probably It will bo possible within n short time, I can not say precisely how many days, to tell whether our apprehensions regarding the submarine are correct." iEUMOT WILL 8E GOOD Agrees to Give Warning Before Sinking Liners. Passengers to Have 4 Chance to Escape if Shipn Offer No Resistance. GEN. OROZCO SHOT . LOST SUBMARINE RAISED AT LAST BY AMERICAN POSSE Troops are Ordered to be Ready United States Craft Sunk in Hon For Movement on Short Notice. August Galveston, 31. Orders have been Issued by Major General J. Franklin Bell, commanding tho Second division of tho United States army, and the commanders of the Fourth and Nineteenth regiments of Infantry and Sixth cavalry to hold their commands In readiness to entrain on short notice. Washington, August 31. Secretary of War Garrison announced tonight that additional forces are being pent to tho border at the request of General Funston. The secretary explained that no emergency Is at this time, so far as ho knew. He Indicated tho troop movement Is merely a part of the general rlnn evolved by General Funston to strengthen his positions. Houston, Texas, August 31. The Fourth and Fifth United States Infantry has been ordered to the Mexican border, nnd were leaving Texas City this afternoon. El Paso, Texas, August 31. Government ofllclals hero tonight received confirmation of earlier reports that General Pascual Orozco, a prominent military leader during the Mexican revolutions shot and killed in a fight between Mexicans and an American posse In the Green river canyon In the high and lonesome ot Cuibertson county, mountains Texas. After the raid at the Dick Love ranch yesterday, Orozco and four companions were pursued Into tho foothills. Orozco died ot tour bullet wounds at dusk today. ed olulu Brought to Surface by Pontoons. Honolulu, T. H., Aug. 30. ! Work preliminary to tho dry docking of the submarine lost in Honolulu F-- 4, t st ( ( Tho Rainbow Chasers. The Chicago organization is going to "take tho Tariff out of politics." How? Why, by going into politics! And It they can go into politics and take it out, someono else, under our form of government, can go into politics and put it back In. Intelligent men, instead ot chasing the rainbow of removal ot a public question from publto decision, "wU put themselves Into politics and see that the basis of Tariff legislation is settled right in a country where all subjects ot legislation are and will unquestionably remain legally the objects of political determination. Munch (Ind. National Republican. harbor with men March 26, and raised yesterday, was under way today. It was expected the craft would be placed In dry dock tomorrow. Until then nothing definite can be announced as to what caused tho disaster. The F-- 4 was raised by the pontoon method, six special pontoons, each with a lifting capacity of sixty tons, having been constructed at the Mare Island, Cal., navy yard for the purpose, after all other methods proved unavailing. Tho actual raising operations occupied two hours, the plans of the engineers working without a hitch. The derelict was towed Into the harbor, where all tho shipping, Including the interned German gunboat Geier, lowered flags to half-mas- t. When the submarine has been k placed In a board composed ot Rear Admiral Clifford Boush, commandant of tho naval station; Lieut. Klrby B. Crittenden and Naval Constructor Julius A. Furer, will begin a thorough investigation to learn the cause of the disaster, Tho submarine F-commanded by Lieut. Alfred L. Edo and with a men, went to tho crow of twenty-on- e bottom side the harbor here since March 25 1915, during the roanuev-er- s of the "F" squadron. She was located two days later, and Diver John Agraz, of the navy, descended 215 feet establishing a new world's record, In an effort to facilitate tho work ot bringing her to tho surface. Her crow, it was said, might havo been altve at this time, but attempts at rescue failed, and on March 30 Rear Admiral C. T. Moore commanding the Honolulu naval station, reported that tho F-- 4 lay In 270 feet of water and would have to be raised by pontoons. twenty-tw- o dry-doc4, , Submarine that Sunk Arabic Muy Have Been Destroyed. Berlin, August 31. Tho German admiralty today advanced the sugIc Cream Supper. gestion that the submarine which The ladles ot Goshen church will may have torpedoed the steamer an ice cream supper Saturday Arabic possibly had foundered or Sept 11. Proceeds to go had been sunk by the British. A tor benefit ot the church. Every- high ofllcial in the admiralty is again body Invited. Good Roads Meeting. The Ohio County Good Roads As- Washington, Sept 1. Germany slolation met at Cromwell, August 31, has accepted the declarations of the with a fair attendance considering United States in tike submarine warthe fact that the meeting was not fare controversy. Count Von Berti-8torthoroughly advertised. Those who the German, ambassador, toattended this meeting were very at- day gave oral and written assurances tentive- to explanations as related to to Secretary Lansing that no more the object of the association, also to passenger ships will be sunk without the report given by Judge Wilson of warning. the expenditures of County funds. After a conference at the State DeDr. J. O. McKenney, President, partment Ambassador Von Bernstorff presided and Dr. Oscar Allen acted sent Secretary Lansing this letter: as secretary pro tern. "My Dear Mr. Secretary: With refJudge Wilson made a very inter- erence to our conversation of esting speech carefully explaining morning I beg to inform you that this my the system practiced by the County instructions concerning our answer to officials In dividing road funds to your last Lusitanla note contains the the eight magisterial districts. Mr. following passage. Wilson was strong In his emphasis of Liners will not be sunk by our lu imyo.uii.ue oi Buou roaus ana submarines without warning and recommended strongly each precinct, without the safety of the lives of non neighborhood and community get to- - combatants provided that the liners gether and inaugurate a good roads do not try to escape or offer res(s day. Mr. Orvllle H. Taylor, Beaver tance.' Dam, followed with an Interesting "Although I know that you do not talk on road building, showing ttaeWl8h to discuss the Lusitanla n steps to take to make tl the ArabIc lncIaent has been manent high ways. Mr. Taylor out- - definitely and satisfactorily settled, lined first, a location, second, grad- - i desire to inform you of the above uK, nuru, uiiuiittee, aim uiauussea because this nnltnv nf my govern each topic carefully and clearly mak- ment was decided on before the Araing his talk very interesting. Dr. bic incident occurred. E. W. Ford Insisted that It was very; "I have no objection to your maknecessary for every citizen to take ing any use you may please of a sincere interest in the roads of our information. county, mentioning the fact that he "I remain, my dear Mr. Lansing, as well as several of the rural mall "Very sincerely yours, carriers carried with them short J. BERNSTORFF' handled tools, and when possible, If time allowed, would repair holes in POND RUN. T'at .when passing. Mr. Will Tomerlin lost a horse Dr. Clarence DeWeese stated that Monday morning, he had a wide experience as to travel Mr L A Kimmel and son of Cer-o- n roads from Louisville to Fulton, aivo ate dinner with Mr. Will Tomer-th- e extreme western county in the nn Sunday. State, and he felt that our citizens Miss Maggie Hunter spent the should cooperate with each other by nignt with Mlss Carrie Brown Satur-havla good roads day and every- - ( day night and attended the party at one go out and assist in the road Charley Brown's, working. As an illustration he out- - j Tnere waa a iarge crowd at pete lined a plan that was put on foot Cave Sunday where they had Sundar from Fulton, Ky. to Memphis, Tenn., ' school and also preaching by ReV. a distance ot 150 miles, In which the Hiram Brown. road was worked the entire distance There was a big day at Hopewell in one day. There was an aggrega- - Sunday. Dinner was served on the tion ot about 1500 teams and the frrnnnri necessary men to take care of every Misses Edna and Novla Ross were department of work. AH in all Dr. the guests of their uncle, Mr. A. H. DeWeese made a very Interesting Ross Sunday afternoon. talk. Dr. Oscar Allen was very inThere wns born to the wife of sistent that every one become Inter Mr. Cass Ross Sunday morning a ested and instead of tho interest log- - nne grj glng that everyone sliould uoost a Mr s. B shemwoll and daughter good roads movement nnd each Indl- - ofCleathon are visiting Mrs. J. A. vldual from town and country work Tomerlin, tho daughter of Mr. er to this end. weu President McKenney announced a Misses Ruth and Bessie Graham meeting for tho association at Rock- - wcr0 tho guests of Mlss Altha nobln-por- t, Ky., September 4, where thero son Sunday. will bo discussed a proposed high way . MIbS Carrio nussel, our young from Beaver Dam to Central City, BCi10oi teacher visited her Darents via Rockport and Intermediate points near Paradise from Frldayl til and that more than likely on that Monday. dote a good roads day will bo apCharlie Robinson and family vispointed for work on this proposed ited at the home of Mr. Robinson's road. ' brother Mr. Alford Robinson Sun- Meeting adjourned to meet on date ,jayt above mentioned. Ohio County Fair. Death of Admiral Togo. Arangemtns are going forward stead Tnun tlio net bull doe belonelne for tue Breat ohl Count fa,r to Mr. Rowan Holbrook fought his w, bee'n SePl- - lcth nnd con- fight Monday night. While hewas wh,c last "ue tl"eo days- - Vas' Improve engaged with two hounds some one are being i..n..i vntfo into i,i vitni. fa- - mentsbuildings. made to the grounds No more beautiful and tally wounding his. Togo, was an unusually smart bull dog, brought grounds are to bo found in Kentucky. Situated on the shores of Rough Rivhero some years ago by E. L. His er with a natural grove, which has Mexico. from New rlilpf dellcht was in a snuaro fight been the admiration ot thousands of a most and ho would drop a morsel of food visitors, the site furnishes delightful place for a few days rest anytime to engage In his principal occupation, but ho never struck be- - and enjoyment among old friends acquaintances. low tho belt, and no common mem- and Tho amphitheatre has been rebuilt of his tribe could havo laid him ber to all general Improvements low. It took the Implements pro- and buildings. Good premiums and pur-by, and the hand of the "highduced t scs are offered In all departments. er civilization" 'to kill Togo. I I ff, ques-necessa- ry per-)tlothe-abov- e J ng f Sheni-togethBul-ltngt- Dka.IhI j3f CW1U1 n t t ..n t n UIMUWUU1ID ..n.A IIQIQI HOIUtO tttm artn. DDQU in Ohio County have been provided. A fine band will be on hand to fur-ginlsh music each day. No one can ford to miss the great Ohio County fair this year. Remember tho dates, Sept. 1C, 17 and 18th. ve SortH On Itorc. In ono thoso of Kurdish savagery. negro preacher who rode about the Many horse owners at this season town not a grown person was found, on a white mule. Tho recountry THIRTEENTH ANNUAL port was current, and the preacher of thc year find that their horses arc only COO orphans. The Armenians of Van wcro sucIt, that tho mulo had been troubled by sores which resist usual A PEACE ADVOCATE confirmed a gift of tho master of tho darkey methods of treatment, and which In cessful in repulsing tho attacks of nt tho close of the war, forty years this respect differ from ordinary tho Kurds and Turks until the arof Animal That Serves before. The master told tha former wounds. These growths or sores are rival of the Russian nrmy. Thus Traits of slave he was free, and for his faith- supposed to bo fungous origin. Their saved themselves and upwards Man So Well Stands to ful services In guarding the family true nature and cause, however, have 50,000 helpless men and women with of his mnstcr during the war, ho re- not been definitely determined. They children, who hnd flocked thero from His Principles. But this ceived the mule. For forty years ere especially prevalent In tho South-- 1 ' the surrounding villages n..t HIU IttllUU . ..... CI II Qlilll-3- ) they had been companions. The nH Ol.tiu I1IIU nmn iulln.1 BUIIIIIIUI heroic deed caused Intense irritation darkey, riding along the road, sores on account of their persistency to thc Turks and Kurds, and It cost in World No one knows when the gentle, old talking to and tho difficulty with which they aro the Hvc3 of many more thousands of dreamy-eye- d mule broke Into history. ' often would be observed Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed nnd during the summer season. As Armenians In tho direction of Bitlls, mule, and it was said ho always healed Grain, Horticulture, Women's Handiwork, Student's Judging Contest, Uitt he edged or kicked Ills way In the for the mule cool weather approaches, healing fre- Marditi and Dlarbeklr. Farmer Boys' Encampment nnd Baby Health Contest. or other, has held his placo rehearsed his sermons In somehow place, but there Is alSpeaking of the Christian poputho pulpit. quently takes delivering them for some years, and one of the latest before one but No the country darkey un-- j ways tho possibility of tho wound lation of these regions u circular of In which ho figured was clinpters derstnnds the real nature of the breaking anew with thc advent of thc Armenian Board of Foreign Misthe torpcdoltiR of the Armenian. Glean They may appear on sions, under date of August 4, says: No one ever saw a country warm weather. He Is distinctly an American prod-ac- t. mule. nny portion of the body, but aro es- "The suffering among them Is beor overwork a mule. There are mules abroad, but darkey mistreatif tiling, the mule decides he pecially troublesome when occurlng yond description and the need of not real mules. The com- For one tuey are has had enough work he will stop, on the lower parts of tho limbs or help Immediate and overwhelming." panionship of the negro and the clidoing thc "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" "Steep Banking' nnd many g Most Is thc fate of vigorously defend him- nt points where the harness touch mate of the Southern States and the and lie will other thrillers every afternoon. Frequently the first Indication or thc Inhabitants of many towns In self with hl3 heels If ho thinks he portion of the Central Southern appearance of thc trouble Is n small Armenia and Asia Minor, who have j being mistreated. Reduced Railroad Rates For Cataloguo Address Jtates are required to bring tho mule Is lump resembling n grain of shot be been exiled wholesale, and whose J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Taul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. to his full development. ' A OihxI Household Salve. neath the skin. In a few days the homes nnd lands have been given to Missouri is the greatest mule-raisin- g Ordinary ailments and Injuries are skin sloughs off over the spot, leav- Mohammedan immigrants from BalState of the Union. More and not themselves serious, but Infection ing n raw surface. This increases in kan countries. Thc men of these finer animals aro raised In this sec- or low vitality may make them dan- size until In a few weeks there Is a families have been detained for some tion of (he country than anywhere gerous. Don't neglect n cut, sore, raw l surface from 1 to several Inches unknown purpose, nnd the women else on earth, and East St. Louis is bruise or hurt because It Is small. In Innnd children sent to distant parts in diameter. Commonly there Is the greatest muio market In the Blood poison has resulted from a tense Itching, and the nnlmal bites Mesopotamia and Konla, to live in world. nln.nrlnlf np Romtrh. For nil such and rubs the parts, aggravating the unhealthy places, or rather to perish Tennessee ranks second In the nucWen.8 ArnIca Salvc condition and increasing the size of far from friends nnd ductlon of mules, but the Volunteer exceent It protccta and hcal8 thc the sore. The edges of these sores From under tills terrible weight of tho. State does not raise is antiseptic, kills Infection and are usually rough In nppcaranco and woe Armenia appeals to the kind- mules Missouri does. above thc surface of tho skin. hearted American people. The Ar-- i uuiibviuua luiiiiiiuuiiuiio. The Southern planter depends al- JIIUVUllls all Skin Blemishes, Pimples raised Good for When examined closely they appear menlan colonics established In the Will help parents develop their sons into on Misslouri for his most altogether Salt Rheum, Eszema. Get an orlgl- - like a mass of dark bruised tissue in United States and In other parts of mules, rioughly speaking, mules your which is embedded more or less of tho world have made great efforts the best type of citizens and Christian 25c. box from nal ire divided into two classes, the cot- Druggist. a yellow, gritty growth. to relieve their people In the mother gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatton and sugar mule. The latter Is Numerous methods of treatment country. They have already raised the better grade, the huge, well-Sui- lt Mr. KtanlejN Record Already Writ tered and conies from the best homes in have been resorted to in this condi- among themselves, and sent to the animals which are used on the ten. tion, with varying results, nnd fre- proper agencies for distribution, hunsugar plantations of the far South, the South. Its capacity is limited, thereTo Republican platform convenBut of dollars. while the cotton mules are smaller tion, referring to the liquor ques- quently no Improvement is noted un- dreds of thousands misery Is so great and so widefore, reservations should bo made early. of cold weather. the and more adapted for use In the cot- tion reaffirmed Its pnpiMrn, twice be- til the approach yield to the fol- spread that help from other sources ton fields. county Many cases, however, Placo your son in this select gtoup of fore dfflared, in favor of the is urgently needed. In the agricultural districts of the i nit i rlnclple if Ifftil option and lowing treatment. The wound is Relief Tho American Armenian thoroughly scraped with a surgeons' boys. Write South, outside the cotton and sugar placed the party on record as in favsterilized curette, or with n clean, Fund Committee makes 'the present sections the sugar mule Is used. or of any legislation which will make disinfected dull knife, after which it appeal to the American public, in In the Boer War thousands of that theory fully effective. is showered with cold water for 10 the firm hope that, moved with huraules were purchased In Misslouri The Democratic platform conven-- j Iodoform is then manitarian feelings, the men and woand adjoining States for the use of tion, shortly to be held, will also or 15 minutes. For catalogue and information. Box A. dusted on and rubbed into the wound men of this country will extend a fie English army in South Africa. declare In favor of the county unit, helping hand to this unfortunate and But the mule is temperamentally op- altho there may be an effort made by means of a wad of absorbent cotposed to war, and they are not a to Inject Into Ua platform some- ton, nnd the wound is Immediately long suffering nation of the East. Contributions to the American Arsuccess. It has been said that the thing that will make a stronger ap- covered with a layer of collodion. The Iodoform and collodion applica menian Relief fund may bo sent to real trouble was that the English peal to the "liberal" sentiment In tions arc repeated every 24 hours Brown Bros & Co. Treasurers, 51! did not export Southern darkies to Kentucky. for 15 days or until thc sores heal. Wall St. New York City. handle the mules In warfare. With both parties on record as VImteer the cause, the mules ab-- i advocatipg the county unit system Ether or chloroform may be used in lutely refused to go to war. And r.nd therefore opposed to Statewide placo of iodoform, being poured on the most obstinate creature on earth prohibition, there will be little op- cotton and applied to the sore for FOR FLETCHER'S and the hardest to move when he de- portunity for making the liquor two minutes before painting It with cides he doesn't want to be moved is question an overshadowing Issue in collodion. o the mule. Tho sound of cannonad- the campaign. Formalin has been used by injectWILL PILL A want: ing will cause n mule to stop dead in ing it into the tissues. This, howkjJinlilSljill It is evident thus early, however, Since the suspension of the Louisonly by a qualiTils tracks, then turn hurridly, kick and the Republicans had just as well ever, should be used ville Weekly Com there up his heels and start in the opposite Improper use make their calculation acordlngly, fied veterinarian, as Its lias been quite a demand for u ueeklj Nothing will stop a mule direction. loyal might cause severe sloughing and Kentucky newspaper that that Mr. Stanley will have the Riics all once he gets started. He will nondisastrous results. and active support of every man - the more Important state news, chalantly kick himself free of his wlin Is In nnv ilpcroo onnosed to rea- Not Infrequently a valuable stalharness, plunge gayly through bar- - LonBbIe reguiation of the liquor traf- - " becomes affected. In which cas,e well as the general news, crisp edi - torials, good stories, timely cartoons ,,. reeeIvo obstructions and do what- - ., votes the the Genital organs may become Inever else ho pleases once he makes nnanc,a, ald and the pors0nal assls- - j volvcd and incapacitate the animal and illustrations There is no .such excellent paper In- up his mind. tance at the pools of the for breeding purposes. In such A Civil War veteran, a Souther- - ;men w,)0 are ,n.favor of Sunday sa. stances the injection of 75 to 100 as the TWICE-A-WEEner. once told the writer of losing ,oonSj aml th,s w,n brmg t0 h,m the , grains of salvarsan. or neosalvarsan, OWEXSBORO MESSENGER nas proveu cavairy mount in uie ngnung ins nntll, nm, vimrnllc . nf into ine nioou circulation -- v.. 1". (Edited by Urey Woodson.) around Chattouooga. Later he ob- - l the ."people whose source of income almost specific. This, however. It conies every Wednesday nnd talned a mule for a mount, and the ,g lnseparablv Jolned wlth the liquor shou,d ,,e carried out on,y b' a com Saturday, (in pages a week or more) the .22 caliber as in the high-powpotent veterinarian. It should also mule got her baptism of fire In the tratfic In its worst form. In every regard. your shrewd sportsman selects fighting at Chlckamauga. be considered that a single Injection nnd is This Is simply a natural condition MESTry the TWICE his rifle nnd cartridges for results. She was a peaceful mule, and and one which must be accepted and of this preparation costs from $15 And when you start to be critical, there's nonothing louder than the sounds of use is therefore ad- SENGER for a ear in connection where to stop short of llemington-UMdiscounted in advance. Tho unregu- - to $20, and its ultli the REPUBLICAN. n Made In Slrule Shot models In the farm had ever assailed her ears lated and wide-ope- n modrls, liquor people visable only for the treatment of valwith the fa mom Ktminston-UMsolid breech and Both aiers, one year for $1.50. until that day at Chlckamauga. now, the Autolotdlng model that successfully hanJUs 16 They stand by their uable animals. (are human. e All clubbing subscriptions should be Rtmintlon AuiohaJint catlrtiitt mlhouttiloadint. "Our company was ordered to friends. They flock together. As For leal .22 sport, get our rife and cartridges from the addressed to THE REPUBLICAN, dealer who displays the RtJUjllMarkoKininilon-UitC- . charge through a wood. There had A Cough Remedy That Relieves. between two men, they choose tho Hartford, Ky. been considerable firing all morning, 'one best suited to their purposes, It's prepared from tho healing Scld by your homo dealer and 3095 HrFMiMHH other leading merchant in Kentucky Pino Balsam, Tar and Honey all but old Lucy beyond pricking up her Nobody blames them for that. ; vVH? .Sfv3E5 j Birds Told of Her Betrothal. wwr a pleasant soothing Cough .. . f.irR. nntil lin nitnntlnn.. tn It. TTnw- r During the campaign Mr. btaniey mixed in j .if. Woolworth Building (233 Brouiwar) N.w Yorlc CItr ever, when wo got into the woods Little Birds are reputed to he for friendship for the Syrup called Dr. Bell's will declare his aHHHBHBjaKaBMKBaaaaBaaMiaHHaaHBa the firing was closer, and she didn't county unit law and for a strict ob- oy. Thousands have benefited by its ever telling Interesting secrets, but your enduring that It took a cage of them and blueappear to like if. Then some shells and spirit of use no need of servance of tho letter annoying Cough or risking a danger- - birds, too, which signify happiness began dropping about us. And she Its Intentions. your dealer, ask to betray Miss Margaret wheeled about and started for the Cecilia Stanley has a record. By ous Cold. Go to But Mr. for a 25c. original bottle Dr. Bell's Gray's engagement rear. to Dr. DoVer a man's acts must he bo judged. The Dlnn Tn tfniifti' at-- - ttolnrr nf minrt Dwight Gray a. secret which up to "I'll never forget that. I couldn't """"c "" "' n Bill was framed and turn hpr head toward tho front and I introduced in Congress to prevent a.nd, get r,d ot your Coush and the very moment of tho interesting Cold. couldn't stop her. I did make her announcement had not been susInterstate shipments of intoxicating pause once or twice, and all the time pected. llfours Into local option territory. 7 VT llnllnf Tih Aainilfiia I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording w the bullets and bhells were falling Wlmn tlin liUl wna liofnro Pntlirpa Miss Gray who is a daughter of Among the greatest sufferers by Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gray, gave a reAgencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, about us. men and horses wcro drop-- , Mf gtan, wag tUfl Ueprescnttttlvo war have been tho ception ono afternoon recently. The European ping and every one was yelling with Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes tho F,m ConBreM.ona, Dls. the v . Armenians. laughter ns they passed us. I Jerked Their condition Is even bidden guests passed the afternoon T the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. ,i branch from a young oak tree and inai oi mu uuigiaus. pleasantly in embroidering, augmentThese are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to On Mm mil vill fin tlif, Wnlili.Tv nn. worse man heat her, but that had no effect on yon Bill. February 8, 1013, which Mnwacres by the Kurds and Turks ed by an Impromptu musical prohear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, lmi)n ncinlit liiinbnii nut . ninnm no in tiit. gramme. her. Later tea was served in " was tho roll call on the passage of ""'" n "She started on a gallop In the op- tho bill, Representative Stanley is with atrocities. A multitude of Ar- - thc dining room, converted into a posite direction, and I couldn't stop menlns whose homes had been ruined floral bower of pink. recorded ns NOT VOTING. and burned have fled across tho fron her for about half a mile. Then the Then camo time for farewells, and On the roll call on the question of stop was only momentarily, for she passing tiers from Turkey and Persia Into the unsuspecting guests, grouped on this bill over the veto of Russlu. Thero aro about 100,000 of the veranda where stood their hostmerely paused long enough to pitch the President, March 1, 1913, me over her head and then she wont thoso refugees, most of them women ess, wero suddenly startled by a Stanley Is recorded as "Never In my life fluttering cloud ot bluebirds, releaschildren. on. I never saw her again. I don't voting NAY, notwithstanding that and know what became of her. I only four Democratic members from Ken- have I seen such suffering," writes ed from a bird cage above their We Knock the Spots Out of Things Tolstoy's daughter Alexandra, who is heads, showering the women with know that, smarting with humiliatucky (Fields, Helm, Johnson and tion, I made my way back through Thomas) voted YEA, as did also serving with the Red Cross near the tiny envelopes bearing the names of in the woods and finally rejoined my Representatives Laugley and Pow- frontier. Somo ot tho refugees In Miss Margaret Cecilia Gray and Dr. company. As long as tho war lasted her hospital hud had their hands and DoVer Dwight Gray. They are not i ers. Republicans from Kentucky, foot cut off. All wero emaciated related. STOP AT end after, when I'd meet any of my French Dry Cleaned and Pressed in a Mr. Stanley Is in favor of tho No date is set for tho nuntial event old companions, I was reminded of county unit, but ho is likewise in and In tatters. They aro not only Superior Manner. many though it Is to bo this fall. hut broken-hearteLucy, favor of u law which wllll permit destitute Send us your Garments and Have Tho story Illustrates the character UlQ wUoIeBaIe and rcct,fylnB house8 having seen their husbands and chll-th- e Them urm For Bale. dron slaughtered before their eyes. mule. Llko a certain recently ()f 1 of clcInnat ,,eora P,tt8burBll, and i Acordiug to a latter dispatch from 150 Acres on Hartford and Itockpor retired statesman, tho mulo is for Chicago to ship whiskey Into coun- CLEANED CLEAN peace at any price, and tho mule Is ,es wMch hayo be mi vaIaiI i1tv Itv Tiills, under date ot August 10th, road, 1 2 miles from Uroadway and """ "" "' 220,000 Armenians have ubandoned 2 miles from Rock port. Schoolbouse Packages called for and delivered. 1"" strong enougu 10 i;in u. I tho peoplo who live in them. country with the retreating Hus on ddgo of farm and church near Is country life without What I Eloquent words are pleasant to their THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB stan army, and aro taking refuge in Three roads pass dwelling house ' tho car, mule? Nothing. FRANK ECKERT, Prop. speak but a mail's country darkey without to heaven. Lexington actions which Is on Hartford K. P. D. No. What is a A. Ivu Null, Prop. I lor aid. H.H.ECKERT,Mgr. d (. Most of land pertectly level. Any In Turkey, where every There Isn't such a thing. n mulo? IIARTFOKD, KENTUCKY. man has been forced Into the army, (on desiring to purcbaso farm will do hOmeillliea iuu uuuvuuu uvmccu j $1 Up, European Plan Investigate. Price reasona- , the condition of tho women and chll- - wall to an aged darkey and his equally aged FOR FLETCHER'S The llwtfortl Republican $1 per of ble. Apply for further Information touching. . dren la even worse, the ravages mule Is really Jt- J" BARNETT & SON, Agonta. ' famine and pestilence being added to p The writer onco knew of an aged THE MULE IS Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, 1915 Biggest Saddle Horse Show the ' ....Trotting and Pacing Races Each Day.... Midway and Grand Fireworks Display. RUTH LAW, Sensational Lady Aviator heart-rendin- j I Vanderbilt Training: School for Boys i two-thir- u.i., ELKTON, KY. MATHEMEY & BATTS ESQ!5aHB3iSIIISIRQBaiHl Children Cry CASTO Rl A mmm0 bed-wi- re , te Ja er rim-fr- IHL ,,,,,,. K o RemlngfonrUMC Rifles and Cartridges for Real .22 Sport te IN Plne-Tar-IIo- n- msgg&i 2Zrrr CV NEW j ". Wobb-Kenyo- INSURANCE AGENCY! tl, .,. ...p. i I E. E. BIRKHEAD, - Hartford, Ky. Ladies' and Men's ! Garments When Louisville I ECKERT'S 5th Avenue Hotel Trans-Caucasi- a. able-bodie- ( A Children Ory CASTORIA Hartford College I Announces tho Opening of its Thirty- sixth Year's Work I September ISxcoptionul to , 1915. advantages are ollbred common school graduates and all ready for tho High School work. (Mass "A" accredited High School recitation periods, maintained, with forty-minudevoting their entire time to and three teachers e classes High School teaching. Largo, and a progressive school spirit. Board reasonable. Mako your arrangements to enter. For further information call on or address widc-awalc- H.EBR0WN or HENRY LEACH PRESIDENT. V. PRESIDENT. wmwaKamERWSBBm West l(y. Seminary Announces the Opening of its Fall Term, September 6, 1915 And again calls the attention of parents and Common School Graduates of Ohio county to tho following facts: ' Every Common School Graduate should be in High School this year for the entire year. Wo offer a four year's course and are accredited. Tho standing of West Kentucky Seminary and tho 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 tho boys and girls who come hero to school LEARN. For further particulars, call upon or address J.LOGAN STILLWELLPiicipal BEAVER DAM, KY. this point wo may clto a ficrtiiany Anil llio American good German and Prussian authority, Kapp and his "Soldatcn-hnndcl,- " Steuben, Do Kalb ami Herkimer Frederick Revolti-(Ion. ence? On undoubtedly did good scrvlco In our army. Tho flrst named was a useful drlllmnstcr; tlio second fought bravely In the South, and fell at Camden; tho third was tho "hero of Orlskuny.' Their names aro entitled to honor. That wo owo Gcrmnny any debt of grntltudo for them Is, however, not clear. Steuben was Indeed n Prussian, but ho wns not sent hither by Fredrick tho Great. Ho cama on tho contrary, at French suggestion nnd through French Influence, and wo owo him to Franco rather than to Germany. Do Kalb was born In Uavaria, but was throughout his llfo far more French than German. Ho was never In a German army, but entered that of Franco and thero aroso to distinction. It was as a French ofllcer that ho was engaged by Franklin In Paris to como hither, nnd It was In company with Lnfayctto that ho camo to America. Wo owo him entirely to France. As for Herkimer, ho was not a German at all, but was born In this country, of Holland Dutch nncostry. So much for tho only throo officers whom "Kultur" enn oven pretend to claim for Its own. Of courso tho notion that they were Indispensable or wcro n deciding factor in tho war is simply fantastic. Valuable as wcro their services, they formed but a small part of an army which containGreene, Schuyler, ed Washington, Sullivan, Stirling, Hamilton, Morgan. Putman, Allen, Knox. Warren, Pres-cot- t, Lafayette, Pulaski, Kosciusko, Moultrlo, Morcor, Sumter, Stark and others. Tho Gorman contribution to our independence was, In fact, negligible. What, on tho other hand, was tho German opposition to our Independ published In Berlin In 18G4. From him wo learn that tho Hcsslnn and other German troops, whom German princes eagerly sent hither to opurrpn America, wero moro numerous than tho entire American army. Hesso Cussol sent 1G.992; Brunswick, 5,723; Hesso Hnnau, 2, 422; Anspnch llayrouth, 2,353; Waldeck, 1,225; and Anspnch Zerbst 1,152, Thus tho total was 29.SC7. Of theso 17,313, or moro than 88 per cent, returned to Germany. Of tho remaining 12,554, many were killed In battle or died of disease, and many others wero settled by tho British, after tho war In Nova Scotia. It Is a matter of record that very few deserted, and it Is not a matter of record that any considerable number becamo American citizens and Deafness Cannot Be CureoT by local application!, ai they cannot reach tbo diseased portion of the ear. There la only one way to cure deafness, and that la by constitutional remedies. Deafness la earned by an Intlamed condition of the mucous llnliiE of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to lis normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten aro caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the raucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. C1IENKV & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Fold by Druggists. 76c. Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. -- -- Farm, Near WIiIIonvUIi. For Sale. Wo havo listed with us u good 10S aero farm 4 Ms miles South of Whitesvlllo, about half of it bottQin laud, and forty ncros In tlmbor including 58 gum, besides various other trees. No builtUu&s. Sue us for prices. BARNETT & SON, Agents. have sustained and tho now bnrdens Wc KorRrt." is nbout the best wo havo assumed In addition to tho "Lost text that can bo recommended to Re- - $100,000,000 tariff revenue loss publlcnns at tho present time. The which Wilson's administration said European war nnd tho tempornry tho American people should save. An prosperity it hnn brought nbout in Incomo Tax that was never, necessary spots Is being used for nil it is worth under n Republican administration been Imposed, There Is some to mako Republicans forget what was hns Abovo nil doubt whnt tho Incomo tax amounts "dono to them" in 1912. things this Is tho tlmo not to forget, to. The figures given out from Wash ingtou arc confusing. But let us but to remember. Wo should rememfix tbo amount at $75,000,000 or ber that tho wholo country was prosperous and that all men wero em- $80,000,000. They expected to get ployed prior to 1912. Wo should re- $100,000,000. All this had to como member that the entire Republican out of tho people of the United States nnd employers alike, system of prosperity was atneked and worklngmen and they never had to pay It before. wc were charged with responsithat bility for tho high cost of living nnd And then the war tax. Don't let us forget the War Tax. You remember for n great variety of economic evils. exPresident Wilson enme to Congress Mr. Wilson's administration wn3 a direct mossngo to back up pected to relievo tho people of taxes with He did not mince rather than to Increase them. In these charges. Imwords, but declared emphatically times of peace wc nover had to pose n war tax before, certainly unthat the progress he had mado unno Republican Administration, der tho Protective Tariff system der but here, in spite of nil promises of In his "Address must bo destroyed. from tho Throne," April 8, 1913, Im- relief, an unwarranted burden of mediately after ho had called Con- $100,000,000 direct tax was levied gress In extraordinary session ho upon the consumers of the land Although the war tax In America was nald: everything that blamed upon the war In Europe, no "We must abolish sitbears even the resemblance of privil- mnn who understood the financial uation prior to the war failed to ege or of any kind of artificial that the administration was In aside from the duties laid upon nrtlcles which wo do not, and ' competent to manage our finances on and probably cannot produce, therefore, j a "tariff revenue only" basis upon luxuries and that some form of direct taxation and the duties laid also merely for tho sake of the revenues was Inevitable. Don't forget yield, tho object of tho tariff that the country was In financial disthey duties henceforth lnld must be effec- tress before the European War broke tive competition, the whetting of out, that nil industry nnd enterprise American wits by contest with tho wns losing confidence In It. And now, "Lest We Forget," let wits of the rest of tho world. This was the beginning of the pres- us sum up the present situation. The ident's efforts to put Into effect the Wilson Administration, having passpromises of the Democratic Party. In ed all the vexatious laws it could, Is any discussion of the relative merits now trying to nssure all business, of a Republican or Democrntlc sys- both big and little that it did not tem of government, this message of mean any harm. Any suggestions thnt business has suffered of that President Wilson should not be Neither should we forget capital has gone into hiding or that the failure of the Administration to worklngmen have lost employment reduce the cost of living to destroy have been treated as a state of mind. tho Trusts, or to remedy nny of the That sort of loss in business or was purely "psychological.' other evils charged against the ReThe man who lost employment or publican Party. Wc should not forget tho conse- who suffered in business wants to requences of the policy which the Pres- member this. He does not want to ident ndvocatcd with such vigor. Our forget It because we are having spasDemocratic friends prefer now to dis- modic prosperity in certain parts of cuss the war In Europe, but we must the United States due to the demand not hold them to the industrial war for war supplies in Europe. The European war does not excuse the Demthey have wrought at home. What was the effect of the Presi- ocratic Party for using up the balance that was left in the dent's tariff declaration? First: A staggering blow to all Treasury when Mr. Wilson took hold. business In the United States because It docs not excuse that party for losing $100,000,000 o frevenue and a of the fear of what was to come. Second: Tho pasnge of tho Un- full $1,000,000,000 of business and derwood low tariff law which pro- wages. It does not excuse the Induced the most unsatisfactory Indus- como tax nor the War tax. It does not .excuse the deficiency that now trial conditions. Third: The loss of trade and em- exists in the Treasury that Is to ployment at home, nnd tho develop- say the excess of expenditures over receipts that must eventually lead to ment of industries abroad. Fourth: An Income Tax and a an issue of bonds or additional taxWar Tax imposed upon people who es. Tl does not excuse the tendency were at peace with the world; and of all legislation of the past two adverse to years toward Government ownership a grist of legislation nnd the destruction of Individual enenterprise. American Fifth: A depleted treasury with terprises. It does not excuse the moro taxqs in sight, since the pres- violation of Democratic pledges or ent war tax bill expires by limitation retrenchment and economy, nor does at tho end of tho current year and it excuse the most extravagant Conwill havo to be renewed in some gress in all history. It does not excuse fako Anti Trust legislation. Injurious form. deIn seven months, from Jnnunry 1, shipping laws and the deliberate 31, 1914, tho loss of revenue struction of American shipyards by to July Tnriff tho proposed use of American taxes under tho compared witlt tho repealed to purchnse foreign vessels. It does Law, as Republican Tariff Law of the prev- not excuse the raids upon the Treaspurposes. All sectional ious year, was upwards of $23,000, ury for 000. Tho damag to th country In theso things should be remembered, that period was enormous and for- nnd "Lest Wo Forget" let us tnko up eign manufacturers displaced $248,- - the United Stntes Treasury State000,000 worth of American lnhor. ments from day to day and discern That, however, was only the begin- for ourselves whero we are drifting I havo before me tho Treasury Statening. Tho wholo argument in fnvor of ment of AugustlOth, which Includes President Wilson's tariff system In collection all revenue receipts on wns based upon alleged control of tho Democratic basis. For less than trusts and monopolies and tho high six weeks of tho fiscal year of 1915 is shows that our receipts have been cost of living. how his remedial IG.500,000 less than they wero for Let us remember schemo worked out. By admitting tho same period in 1914, nnd that were $2,300,000 goods of forolgn cheap labor freo of our expenditures duty, and at such rates of duty as greater. Hero is a net loss for six apmado American competition impos- weeks of the new year only, of proximately $10,000,000. Icial" tarsible, tho Wilson nntl-"art- lf Tho Democrats havo resorted to iff law cost tho American Treasury employed a full $100,000,000 of revenue the every method that can bo price of for- to wring tho taxes out of business, flrst year. Tho retail loseign commodities was not reduced and the people, and they aro now consumer becauso ing at tho rate of $19,000,000 per to tho American fortho foreigner added tho duty to his six weeks. Tho Imports from therefore, eign countries, notwithstanding tho price. Tho Democrats, increasing and when tho did not relieve tho American consum- wnr, aro to tho war closes there will be such an Iner, but added $100,000,000 taking advanprofits of tho forolgn manufacturer flux of foreign goods to take tho tage of our free tariffs that compewho was thus enabled will work from tho American working-ma- tition In many lines of business be out of tho question. Remember another thing, thnt If If nnyono thinks tho cost of living has been reduced by Mr. Wilson's wo do so poorly, with a European plan of reducing tho tariff and lower- War operating ns in Protective Taring the "artificial" barriers which iff, wo shall still havo tho Undercheck competitive- imports nil ho wood low tariff on tho books when has to do Is to compnro tho prices of moment tho war in Europe stops tho 1915 in tho heyday of tho Wilson men who aro in tho trenches will go Administration with tho prices of back to tho mills. It will bo neceshousehold comodltles In tho closing sary for them to work hard and at days of tho Administration of Mr. tho lowest wage. As tho Wilson adTaft. The udvuntago in prlcoa was ministration stands today It stands to all In Europe, not in tho Unltod welcome tho products of this cheap forolgn labor as soon ns hostilities Statos. Wo cannot forget how tho cost of cease. Republicans who bollovo In living was to bo reduced, becauso It tho Protectlvo Turiff System should has not bon reduced; nor should wo npt bo'lullod Into tho bollof that forgot the other terllllc losses we "Watchful WaltiiiB" In Moxlco or wo "Lot forget" ' Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest If you had a mnchlno that you could operate at ft good pronot count as a loss the time It stood Idle? fit day In and day out, would you Your money Is a good money-makin- g maclJtac. 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An excellent counter-irritan- t, His teacher was having a hard better and cleaner than mustard. All time explaining the lesson. Druggists, 25c. Get a bottle "Tommy, you can learn that if you 2 Penetrates without rubbing. mako up your mind. It's not one bit smnrt to appear dull. I know When Texas ISruudcHl Thieves. that you're Just as bright as any boy Adam was the flrst man the in tho class. Remember, Tommy, very flrst to bo Indicted by a grand Where there's a will there's " jury in Houston. His name, to be "Aw" broke In Tommy, "I know more specific, was James Adam. Tho all dat, I do. Mo ladder's a lawyer, charge was that he stole; the indict- an' I heard him say It lots o' times." ment iarency. Ho was convicted. "You should not havo interrupted This was tho sentence: To return to mo, but I am glad that your father tho rightful owner tho sum of $295; has taught you tho old adago. Can to be given thirty nlno lashes on tho you repeat It to mo? baro back in a public placo and to be "Sure. Me fodder says dat where branded with the letter "T" on tho tier's a will tier's ulways a bunch of poor relatives." back of tho right hand. -- o This all happened in Houston in Biliousness and Constipation. the spring of 1837. Tho flrst book It is certainly surprising that any of records was dug from a dusty shelf ono afternoon recently in tho Harris woman will endure tho miserable O. M. Du CIos, feelings c'iiiitei' by biliousness nnd county courthouse. Clork of tho District Court, and ho 'onstlpntiOR. when relief is so easily who is known as tho Investigator In- had ut so UttJo expense. Mrs. Chan. to tho Affairs of Others, did tho dig- Pock, Oates, N. Y. wrltw. "About n yoar ago I tistxl Wo bqttlw of ging. Tho first book of tho records of Clmajborlaln's Tablets n,nd they curMMm-""'-"nl corjtlpa-tlon.- " iho local, dplugs of Harris cpuitty is ed m of u Obtainable ovwywucre. a yellowed aud old thins. The over-exertio- n, to-da- y. "- "ultimatum" letters to Europe are a sufficient atonement for the wrong that has been done to industries of the United States.. Our duty would seem to be to unite forces and to proceed Immediately to tho repeal or revision of those laws which, when tho competition of Europe is again free, can only humiliate us financially and economically. first matter written In It is a stato ment signed by Sam Houston giving authority for the court. It announces that ho has appointed Ueujumm Franklin Judgo of tho court. Tho plnce Is given as "the town of Houston, county of Harrlsburg, Republic of Texas." - LIO- - ' We can see how a defendant mlghl In both coftn'y papers and It was then Uf 1 fl I W AK tW 'his threatening speech I Wn B be preJudlcod ln cafe ne was not.- - char ,... f .ho llfo nf n - wa rrcWuf.vl for HennhllMn. nnlv III III llLillU.B -. -- . ,. -...- - ..- - ,..., f UCU IVW i... MU. lU't, a a. aaa e were , a io oeneve such t tiit potof,,r rannot .Itnaein" a contestee com- artordiac. to , , cofid rtfor4, Kjr.. a mall nttur ot tb tM,i iu.i uA ri trwi mnrh no char re fi.CTi1.hft our "soml frlpn.l Monday. In this case It Is also strange Hlngo. but In the light of recent tie. United State--. President Wilton the Special Judge did not got events and ln view of his failure to has decided definitely to remain In'! . O.M.BARNETT. Editor & Proprietor . that ;) mmieA , .ah!ngton until the situation be-aiheMMietforahearlMcome n lhe too lato under wliat many people believe to have ......n the United States and Germanv Ing until It was Just Addresa all communications to 's ruling for Mr. Tanner to serve a been the most corrupt and dlsgraee-- is cleared up. It was stated that the Vit Hartford Republican. ;nw notice. In other words he was ful election in this part of Kentucky, was waiting for a formal our faith Is fast ebbing. Mr. Ringo disavowal of caught a "comln' and gwlne." the attack In the Ara- Is the only man who can set In mo-NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS and assurance that the lives of - t tO S HI llT ifanalHet? th f necessary Investigation, or Americans traveling YOUR-SEL- F on an unarmed The Progressive State Convention tlon the ttitt mont elf the oM nit. it- -. Is matte? th at Louisville was a failure. -Less lit? " " Incr ami rAnnaollnrr 4Un- nr-.' - merchants vessel will not be endan""' rtqtittt. We t fc than a dosen countls sent delegates polntment or a special prosecutor. gered ngaln BailDrt I,wl mmI Ntli ! not do cither but even sidettoa. lilt for b wMUIomI and the entire number present was He does Tb .ofct fc Car". OMtoarl. K tttlon delegates steps a civil Investigation by taking lees than the number of Austro-Germa- n Riisla. The prllnf. pietr In adrnkm. i It Is not be- advantage of an error In the time the troops have broken the Russian fr- trot "tfcr allotted to Louisville. tor rrt Chirch Notl" lTrrt-ia- t. Ik r,ll. lieved that the partial ticket placed notice was served on him. We don't lines along the Zlota Llpa River In oBBHiitlott W r4T do ln the Held by the Progressives will know how this looks to the Tanner Eastern Gallcfa Anoartaos according to Utrlln tttBtlCD poll a thousand votes In the entire Democrats and others; but ttjfcne on claims, and the Russian extreme left the other side who has always been State. Last year the only vote polled . a strong personal friend to Ben, It is apparently in danger. The dis- y,y was in Louisville and the platform patches also state that the Russian -- -. 'Vy declaration on the subject of State- - looks bad. resistance behind Brost-Lltvs- k has Wide will wipe that vote out. The been broken. The army qf Grand JOKER IX DEM. PI.ATKORM. Progressives are practically all In line FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER .1. Duke Nicholas Is offering an effective for Edwin P. Morrow and the State There is a Joker In the State plat resistance in Courland. ticket nominated with him. form adopted by the Democrats at tt Louisville this week which commits France. The Germans thus far finishing a har- those who support its nominees to have made no move toward a great After almost State Wide Prohibition. offensive in the west. It is being monious State Convention the Demo- oppose i crats came near duplicating the cele- .Here is the section referred to: vaguely hinted that the long delayed .Section 18. meeting in Louisbrated music hall "big push" of the Allies in France County Unit I'lank. The Demo- will begin In ville this week, at the close. After October. high handed methods In deposing the cratic party has been and Is. the sint National Committeeman, Mr. Wood- cere and earnest champion of all legThe Dnrrinncric. There has been son, and State Chairman Vansant and islation Intended for the moral as more heavy fighting on Galllpoll penother members of the State Central well as the material advancement of insula, acordlng to the Turkish reCommittee, Senator Deckham was the State. To it, and to It alone, Is port, In which the Allies suffered ; sent for to make a speech. The due the legislation which gives to heavily in a series of attacks. to unload his each county in the State the absolute Senator proceeded tta the unusual pro- - control; and no county should be demind concerning RulRiirin. On the political side of j ceedlng. ThU threw the Convention prived, by any outside Interference, the war, a Berlin report says that I REPCIILICMN TICKET. into the wildest scenes of disorder. of the right to determine this matter Bulgaria has not yet ratified the re-- 1 He was howled down and not per- for itself." d treaty with Turke.v, ' "No County should be deprived, by as the Quadruple Powers For Governor Edwin P. Morrow. mitted to complete his speech. To have notiFor Lieutenant Governor Lewis day the party is disrupted by the any outside Interference, of the right fied Bulgaria that they would regard 1L. Walker. acts of the Convention and its treat- to determine this matter for Itself." as willfully unfriendly such action For Secretary of State James P. ment of Senator Beckham, in its clos What do you call that but a de- by her. Lewis. ing hours. It will be interesting to claration against State wide Prohibitt For Auditor of Public Accounts know how the 89,000 Democrats tion. It can only mean that the 120 'Ji.cv.lajr. Edward A. Weber. who stood by Beckham, McChesney counties of the State shall not be alUnited Presa dispatches For State Treasurer Wm. A. and Rhea will take this treatment lowed to vote on the question as a from BerlinSiatr. Germany had deunsaying whole. To the liquor counties that cided upon a policy in connection Hunte.'. by the Stale Convention. would be "outside interference." Earl - Clerk Court of Appeals with the sinking of the Arabic in C. Huntsman. In this issue we republish an ediaccord with the recent statement of For Superintendent of Public In torial from the Owensboro News, Col. Woodson Decline To Re Fired. the Imperial Chancellor were noted struction II. P. Green. dealing with the late Democratic pri Owensboro, Ky., Sept. 1. In a with satisfaction in Washington. For Commissioner of Agriculture, mary in this Judicial district. This statement given out in New York to- This implies reparation for the loss Labor and Statistics William C. article is only one of several appear- night by Urey Woodson, Democratic of Americans on the Arabic and asHanna. ing in that paper ln which the open national committeeman who was de- surances that like incidents will not "For R. R. Commissioner C. M. charge of bribery and corruption Is posed by snap action of the state occur in the future. Barnett. a made and in which the successful platform convention held in LouisFor Circuit Judge R. W. Slack. candidates are dared to challenge the ville Tuesday, the Owensboro man England. Assurances that Great For Commonwealth's Attorney C. truthfulness of the charges. This challenges the right of the State or- Britain will relax the enforcement of . Smith. DAM, KY. il paper does not desire to make any ganization to deprive him of the office her so as to permit For State Senator Albert Leach. Improper charge and has waited sev- until his time expires and asserts he shipments from neutral ports of GerFor Representative L. L. Embry. eral weeks to see If any denial would can not be removed by action of the man and Austrian goods contracted For Circuit Court Clerk Wallace be made to these serious accusations State Committee. for by Americans prior to the effecH, Riley. published in Owensboro paper. They In other words, Col. "Woodson says tive date of the order were given ment of tho strike has been held but compelled the Russian forcj). to tc: it treat beyond the Styr River In Northare being talked all over the dis- he won't be fired and declares the the State Department by the British its results has not been announced. east Gallcfa. Along tho rest of tho- we do not feel that our National Committee will sustain him Ambassador. The strike of South Mr. Ringo has been awarded the trict and Russia. Reports from the eastern ! front the Russians appear to bo hold- Democratic nomination for Common-trealth- 's duty to our people will permit us to and refuse to seat Gen. W. B. Halde-ma- n, Wales coal miners continues. A Louisville, selected by the conference between British Cabinet war theater indicate the Russians ibg their own. According to Berlin V longer remain silent. If they are of Atorney by Judge Thurman, In tho four Ministers and the leaders of the are still being pressed from Courland official statements, untrue our columns are open for a handplcked convention of through a technicality. denial, as we mean to be Just and miners' union looking to a settle- - to Southeastern Gallcia. Military months' fighting between tho Austro-observe- rs believe that the approach- - Germans and the Russians 1,400,-In- g Now the platform is made we fair In this matter. What we want equinoctial season will limit the 00 Russians have been accounted to know is did Judge Birkhead and STANLEY'S RECORD OX THE COUNTY UNIT AND STATE WIDE. presume Mr. Stanley will sail into forward movements. The Ri.RKln.m ' for. Of these 300.000 worn klllnil Lavaga Clements, his Master The following editorials are from the Mayfleld Dally Messenger, one that Frankfort ring and set of "graf- Mr. county, go of the leading Democratic dailies of Western Kentucky, commenting on are being driven farther Into the Prl-- ! or wounded, the rest being taken for Daviess ters" of whom he spoke during the Commissioner or saloons Wednesday pet marshes. prisoners. This, acordlng to Berlin,. into a saloon Mr. Stanley's position on the whiskey question. Written by the President primary campaign. means the obliteration of the entire-Russianight before the primary election, In of the Kentucky Press Association and published in a recognized demotroops engaged In the begincompany with various persons who cratic dally of large Influence, they are worthy of consideration by our The Dardanelles. Desperate fightHon. E. P. Morrow, Republican had attended a speaking at which J. S democratic friends. The first Is from the Messenger of July 25, 1914, ing Is still In progress In the Dar ning of the Teutonic offensive movenominee for Governor, will open his Glenn was repeatedly howled down danelles In tho vicinity of the spot ment In Poland and Russia. campaign at Howling Green next and discourteously treated by sup Just before the primary last year, when Mr. Stanley was a candidate for where the British recently mado the U. S. Senate, under the head of Monday Sep. C. This paper will con- porters of Birkhead, and did either, France. Again the big guns or their landings. Tho Turks record Stanley Undemocratic tain his speech In full next week. or both Birkhead and Clements buy "Mr. Stanley is opposed to local option; Is opposed to county unit; the recapture of the Ottoman tren- combatants have been doing most of the work on tho western front, but the drinks for any or all of these opposed to state-widIs opposed to nation wide; Is opposed to the Hob-so- n ches with heavy losses to the Allies. apparently with little dnmngo to That Industrial commission, which people? We will be glad to publish AH of these measures leave their adoption with the peo resolution. side, as Is gathered from olll- President Wilson selected with such an answer to these questions. Germany. Tho North ple. Each voter acts as his own, representative. The voters In any disGerman either care, spent half million dollars of 'be Austro-Italla- n trict, city, county, state or nation can legislate as they want on the liquor Gazette publishes an official reply to claI ronorts- the tax payers' money and couldn't When the case of Tanner vs. Ringo question. This is the old Democratic Democracy let the people rule. the recent statement by Sir Edward front there havo been artillery duels even agree on n report of how they was called at Owensboro Monday by Mr. Stanley Is willing and hero and thero Infantry nttacks,. for the people to vote for him in a primary election, Grey with relation to the speech of but as on tho line In France nnd m did it. Isn't it about time to stop Special Judge Thurman, Mr. Ringo but he can't bear the Idea of allowing them to vote to keep saloons out. Chancelllor von Bethman-Hollowe- g government by commission? no gains of Importance are rerelied upon a demur to the petition, Great Inconsistency. position is fearfully undemocratic and contrary at tho opening of tho Reichstag. His ported. on the ground that notice had been to good morals." "And there has been no reduction filed too soon, and tho case was same date, under the head of Another editorial, Wednesday. Vol Ice. In the selling price of any article thrown out of court upon that ground Which is Rest. United States. Tho Gormnn AdThero will be an Ice cream supper manufactured or controlled by the Mr. Ringo mado a serious mistake. "We sometimes lose faith In our Christian religion, or at least In miralty advanced the suggestion thnt at the residence of Mrs. A. B. Rowe. greedy trusts, and we swapped our He should have waived any such those who belong to a church, take part In Sunday schools and pretend to tho submarlno which may have sunk protective tariff for a "war tax," an technical grounds. He should have bo Christians; when so many of these men will go to church, sing and tho Arabic probably had foundered In Centertown, on Saturday, Sept. income tax and an empty treasury, Invited Investigation with tho declar shout, attend Sunday school, teach honesty, sobriety and go to tho polls or been sunk by the British. An 4th. beginning nt 4 o'clock In the n It will he held In tho Inhasn't somebody or bomethlng done ation that he would not take a and cast their vote for a man for United States Senator who opposes all official of tho Berlin Admiralty de- afternoon. terest of tho church, nnd tho prowhich cume to him through our Wilson adminismore to uh than the n legislation and fights the cause of temperance on every clared thero had been no news on ceeds used In missionary work. All fraud, or corruption. How could a occasslon that presents itself to him." tration has done to the trusts.,, the sinking of tho Arabic. are cordially Invlthed to attend. man with clean hands seeking a poLexington Loader. "If religion won't make a man against whiskey advocates, then the ' sition which makes it Ills duty to teachings of our ministers at our churches go for very little. If whls Russia. The Russians thus far Special prosecute others for corruption do key advocates and whiskey drinkers are to bo sent to tho United States Premium Ry Citizens Rank. The friends of Mr. Stanley took have prevented the Germans from A nice baby buggy to the most It may be that a recount Senate in preference to men, then let your saloons be put on every cor- carrying the position that ho should control otherwise? Into effect their efforts to perfect baby under one year old lhe platform Convention and hence of tho ballots would not change the ner." force back tho two extreme wings to bo shown In plain baby slip the platform Is a Stanley platform, result, but with Rlngo's slender maAnother editorial dated July 30, 1914, under the head of of the armies of Grand Duke Ni- doctors to bo chosen by Fair Co. although less than half tho Demo- jority a few errors might do so. UnMessenger Gives the Truth. cholas.. The Germans under von Ring opens at 11 o'clock on crats in tho State voted for him. der the circumstances tho outsider "We saw him in the State convention ln 1911 stand up and vote Buelow are still fighting for the Saturday of Fair. 7t3 plank In the Democratic platform. bridgehead at Frledrichstadt. What was the use in holding a con- can only conclude that he feared a against even putting the county-un-it testi- His neighbors say he never voted for local option In any way whatever . vention? It would have been Just recount of the ballots or tho as well to haro had Stanley write mony which might bo brought out at his home. He did vote against it in the State convention; he did Thursday. n bill; he did go back to Washington and publish tho platform, "Seeing showing corruption and vote buying, dodge the vote on tho United States. Strained relations M how" tho convention could not which is charged was resorted toin tho and put himself ln company with Republican Mr. Taft and voted to sus between the United States and Ger primary, In tho interest of himself tain the president ln order to prevent the passage ot the bill over the veto many over submarine oppose his wishes anyway. fl warfare ap and running mate. Mr. Ringo lost of the president. We do know that he is not in favor of allowing tho peo- parently passed into )iistory after The Owensboro Inquirer is running another good opportunity to retain ple to regulate tho sale of whiskey by giving them their right to vote. Wo Count von Bernstorff, informed SecFifty-fiv- e typewriters. Sid Douthltt for Railroad Commi- at least a semblanco of confidence do know that tho whiskey element, together with Its friends, are lined up retary Lansing in writing that prior Lesho with him In this campaign. We have not heard of a single speech that to the sinking of the Arabic sons explained by Moving Picssioner In this il'Miict, although Dou-,- h among his constituents, whon his Govture machine Soven big Dett was noimii.tcd in tho seooi'd fulled, after Judgo Birkhead had ho has ever made In the Interest of temperance and local reform." ernment had decided that its subpartments Efhorthnnd, BookStill another editorial of sarao date, under tho head of v )" not know what Mr. overlooked it, to charge the Ohio district. marines should sink no more liners keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Just A Word Before Election without warning. Washington views Finn tiay in i.l. or the conduct of county special grand Jury to Investi"Tho whiskey trust cares nothing for tho Democratic, Republican or the outcome ot tho diplomatic exMusic, Primary Normal. Exthfl ci pan o '.he Democratic Cam gate the charge of corruption In tho pert teachers. Modern equippaign Chalrmar In thus pushing l.'u Democratic primary in Ohio County. any other party; It cares nothing for Sunday, any more than Monday. changes as a personal triumph for ment. Position ctt l lie ticket, but if ho don't know It Is remembered that In 1913, two It cares nothing for human character, the protection of vlrtuo and sober- President Wilson,! and leaders at tho assured. Write for catalogue. capital, it is said, view his renomlna-tlo- n Any better than to run Douthltt In short years ago, Mr. Ringo made u ness of tho country." "Mr. Stanloy is backed up by this Interest. And wo believe thero aud us almost ceribis district he may be running Stun-le- y vigorous speech to tho October term for Governor of Tennessee before grand jury on tho subject of vote is not u reader of tho Mayfleld Messenger who will not bellevo us when tain. Daviess Co, Bus, College . be bodily rebuked next Sat buying in which ho breathed fire and we say that this power and Influence-shoulbo campaign is over. brlnifatono ugalnst any and all viola urday at tho Primary. Mark what we tell you, so long as we pander to Incorporated Russia. The Russians havo been .OWENSHOUO, KY. Mr. Tanner lost 1.1b contest be- - tlons of tho election laws. Ho pro- - r.en who ally themselves with tho whiskey power, so long will wo have dislodged from the fortress ot Lutsk by bayonet attacks. Another defeat cause he served his notice too soon, cured tho publication of this speech to put up with monstrous evil." Hartford Republican. t...,. IITrOT .- . L. . - u-- "' liriWPifi Nr Plowing Time! Wheat sowing season will soon BUY 1 roll around. Don't put off your plowing until the last minute. A NEW & fl! ... i fl tr -- ltf it tr "'" ! i &H. ftj ,v. OLIVER RIDING BREAK ING PLOW and It does the work so perfectly and with so little effort on the part of your team that vou are always in a happy frame of mind when plow- mg witn tne unver. If you don't know positively that "in enjoy real luxury plowing. cently-arrange- JS-H- 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 brings our demonstrator to your field and he will show you how a real plow operates. A demonstration places you der no obligation to buy. It must please you and do your work to your entire satisfaction or we don't want to sell it to you. E. P. Barnes & Bro, BEAVER Order-ln-Counc- ... e; Bel-glu- ... noml-inutlo- anti-saloo- ... Webb-Kenyo- imi no i d i 4 jBBSib 1" "" I Mr. nml Mrs. John Shcrcn, of Dallas, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Jnsper And Dismisses the Petition of Clark of Bowling Green spent TuesLawrence Tanner Who Will day with their brother, Mr. C. I. Mnxry, city. Not Appeal. Mrs. Shultz, of Pleasant Rldgo nml Mrs. McKlnney nml children of Taylor Mines wrro tho guests of Tho certificate of nomination for their pnrents Mr. and Mrs. J. P. commonwealth's ntorney of tho Sixth this week. i i judicial district of Kentucky as awarded by tho state election comRov. Napier nnd sister, Miss OT .. K Nnplor spent tlio day nt Little missioners to Ben I). Rlngo wltl Mr. Rlngo will bo the Dcm S Bend Saturday whcrotlicy were cnlled stand, and .nn ? tn.x kmij.A nui I H.(nW1YaM '.mvmjrBwvi ,SHWI&4.lilf i11,111" i.li m 1111 11i VI lMW hcdsldc of Miss frliia Hlllott, ocratlc nominee for that office to bo to the voted for at the Novembor election. who Is very 111. Thnt wns tho flnnl outcome of the Mr. J. B. Rowan, of Hoffln vicinity contest proceeding Instituted by LawIs very 111 from disease of tho kidneys, rence P. Tanner which wns filed on nnd not expected to survive. He Is Saturday, August 14, and pursuant unconscious nnd linn been In that to tho ruling of Special Judge I. II. 1 condition ninny hours. Thurnmn made In the case this mornThe trustees of Division 1 nro call- ing shortly after the case was called ed to meet ut Bnrnett's Creek church for trial. The attorneys for the contcstee on Saturdny, Sept 4, 1915, nt 2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of re- filed a demurrer to the petition upon the grounds that the court had no organizing the Division Board. jurisdiction of the case, as there was C. OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. nothing before the corut to be conMr. W. J. Bean nnd family, Miss sidered. ft 'W Vemn Duke, Cnpt A. D. White, A, I. It was stated that the notice of Nnll, Louis Ulley, Ernest Wilson and contest was filed on August 14, 1915, O'Ban-no- n family, Kay O'Bannon, Llge nnd the certificate of nomination was Dowden Hates, Miss Lizzie Owen, not awarded Mr. Rlngo by the stnto Fred Cooper nnd Bob Marks went to board of election commissioners unIn connection with our regular fall stock, Loulsvlllo Inst Saturday nnd return- til August 21, and under tho law tho ed Sunday night. we are receiving the BLACK CAT line of Hosiery contest must be filed within five days Mall mo your order nt once for after that time, which mado Aufor Men, Women and Children. If you are not gust 26, the Inst to flic the notice of Fine Raw Bono ..?1.55 per 100-lbgetting good wearing Hose, pair of the contest. As that time wns expired, Beef Blood and Bono It Is too late for any further pro$1.20 per 100-lbBLACK CATS. They cost you no more and wear ceedings in the case. 70 per 100-lbAcid Phosphate In ruling on the demurrer, Judge Rnw Phosphate .. ..40 per 100-lblonger. Children's School Hose from 15c to 25c. Fine Ground Lime . ..20 per 100-lbThurmnn based his decision on subLadies', all qualities, from 15c to $1 pair. Men's D. L. D. SANDERFUR, section 28, of section 1550 of the St3 general statutes which says: "Any Beaver Dam, Ky. Silk Lisle Hose, 25c. Competitors others are candidate wishing to contest the as good as BLACK CAT, but our word for it, Circuit Court Notes. nomination of any other candidate vs. Murray Com'th. Mnddo, when voted for at a primary held unNONE WEAR LIKE THEM. Buy your hosiery chnrged with like offense contin- der this act shall give notice In writIT PAYS TO TRADE from us, and remember ued to and set down for trial on sec- ing to the person whose nomination ond day of the next October term of he Intends to contest, stating tho WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. grounds of such contest, within five Circuit Court. Com'th. vs. Eph. Rlslngcr, et al days from the time the election comthe defendant Jesse Ashford, was missioners shall have awarded the arrested by the Sheriff and delivered certificate of nomination to such canto the court, in open court, and being didate whose nomination is contested. unable to execute bond was remandAlthough Mr. Tanner was granted ed to the custody of the Jailer of an nppeal, he stated shortly after Ohio county. court adjourned that he would subCom'th. vs. Eph. Rlslngcr, et al., mit to the ruling of Judge Thurman, charged with unlawfully banding to- and that there would be no appeal gether with others to Injure another taken. "So far as I am concerned, plea of guilty entered and by the case has ended," stated Mr. Tanagreement his punishment was fixed ner. The official returns showed that You can get Flour made by the by the jury at confinement in the Ellis Milling Co. from most any gro- penitentiary for a period of 5 years. Mr. Ringo's majority was 221. In the same case Jno. Southard was 8t4 cer in Hartford. arrested, charged with same offense. KIHDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. Republican Committee Meeting. Mr. William Moore was the guest Ho executed bond for his appearance The memers of the Ohio county of relatives and friends in and near on the 8th day for trial. Republican Executive Committee are L., II. & ST. Ii. K. R. TIME TABLE. Dundee this week. The following petit jurors were hereby called to meet at the courtavo No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. first excused from further service: J. W. Miss Mary" Marks-wllMe1 No. 110 duo nt Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. of the week for Bowling Green where Bowles, J. T. Shrum, Virgil Bishop, house In Hartford, at o'clock p. m. Wednesday Sept. 8th, for the purpose p.m. she will enter school. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 F. C. Kitchens and J. N. Logsden of considering matters In connection owlII Ar. Irvlugton .. C:3G p.m. comTho Ohi- County-Falr"Com'th vs. F. M. Allen, et al. with the present campaign. All Re5:5G p.m. Lv. Irvlngton .. prise three days this year, but they continued to 4 th day of the October publicans and others interested in Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. will be better thnn over. term for trial. the success of the Republican ticket Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. No. Com'th. vs. Tom Williams, et al. Farmers, bring your wheat to the are invited to meet with the comAr. Irvlngton ,.10:OC a. m. Ellis Milling Co's mill and get some continued to 3rd. day of the October mittee. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. term for trial. A. D. KIRK, Ch'm'n. 1:04 p. m. of the best Flour mado. Ar. Ellmltch Com'th. vs. Frank Allen, et al. R. E. DUKE, Sec. Miss Luleno "Bennett lias returned homo after an extended visit to the bond of Marlon Balls $500 forM II. & E. K. It. TIME TAULE. feited and summons Issued. Same Misses Bnlrd, of Alexander. Llvermore 3, Hartford 2. South Hound, No. 115 order entered against Henry Addlng-toThe game between Hartford and 8:45 n. m. Misses Gusslo nnd Luleno Bennett Duo at Hartford Llvermore last Saturday was one of and Kennedy Collins attended the North Hound, No. 114 Com'th. vs. Eph. Rlsinger, et al. C:1G p. m. Singing at Bethel Sunday. tho best we have had this season Duo nt Hartford Abo Carter arrested, charged with every point of view. It was a (Both "Mixed Trains.) W. E. "Ellis & BroTlFave three banding together to Injure another, from battle between Payne and Plrtle with Farmer's Favorite Wheat Drills that was taken before tho court by the 8t4 Sheriff and falling to execute bond, Payne getting the breaks In luck. Williams was In Louls-vlll- o they will sell for ?30 each Mr. Hooker Plrtle allowed three safe blngles and Miss Mario" Austin," of Louisville was remande dto the custody of the Welsh nnd Elgin were the only Outfirst of tho week. wns tho guest of her sister, Mrs. jailer to await trial. laws who solved tho delivery of the Mr. ltowan Holbrook was In Louis- Hooker Williams last week. Com'th vs. Claudo Allen and Lafe mysterious Payne. Yes, yes It was ville fllrst of tho week. Mrs. Estcs andchtldrcn have re- Crowley, charged with unlawful con- painful. an In Louis- turned from a visit to rolatlves at federating and banding together for Mr. Douglas Felix Lightening like double plays by tho purpose of Injuring another set Tally and Rowan were fielding feaville first of tho week. Owonsboro and Short Station. W. E. Ellls& DroThavo threo forward to Friday for trial. tures. Tho one which came In the For Bran and Shlpstuff seo W. E. Com'th. vs. John Durham, et al. 8t4 ply of Clover Seed and other field Outlaws' half of the ninth saved Ellis & Ilro., Hartford Ky. same charge Com'th. elected to try Llvermore the game as our heavy Mrsrc. I. Maxoy aro vls-- y seeds to sell at reasonnblo prices. Mr. and John Durham, Jr., whereupon de- end was up and Elgin was on first Messrs. JohnLlndley7Llvermoro itlng relatives nt Rochester fendant, by attorney, announced not with 'no outs. Welsh hit a scorcher and Homer LIndloy, No Creek were l.'or VloltiTLessons, write to El- among our pleasant callers Wednes- ready nnd filed affidavit for contin- to Tally who grabbed It on the short uance. The case was set forward bounce and fired to Rowan who zipliott P. Orr, Beaver Dam, Ky. day. for trial Friday. er Ellis Milling Co. guarantee every ped to Rlckard. This put Payne on and Mr. andMr87DavId-MlllTho name of M. F. Fought was sack of their Blue Ribbon Flour. City aro the omitted from our published list of easy street and tho game was over. children of Central Plrtle mystified thirteen of tho Miss EdttirWclshf of Owonsboro guests of Mrs Miller, on Union Petit Jurors InBt week. Oaylo Tlchenor. Llvermore batters and had good conis the guest of Miss Street. Court adjourned Saturday until trol of his stuff. It is, a shame he Mrs. BelTRlngo was" the guest of For tho well known Dapbreak Tuesday. No cases tried Tuesday. had to lose. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Drown last week. Fertilizer call or phone In your orCom'th. vs Mlko Wydlck charged The Line-UGet your'stock ready for tho great der. Prices right. with conspiring to alarm another, Llvermore Hartford 17 & 18. 8tf ACTON BROS. Ohio County Fair, Sept. 16, trial verdict, guilty and punishment Atherton, s. s. Tullowes.c. Mooro" was tho .Miss Elizabeth Mr. Layer who"has been the guest fixed at one year In tho peniten- Rlcard, lb. Elgin, 2b. guest of friends in Dundee this week. of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Barrass re- tiary. Welsh, b. b. Rowan, 2b. Com'th. vs. Jesse Fulkerson, charg- Kaufman, c Keown, 3b. fFor big bargains in Real Estate turned to his home In Louisville Sat' ed with manslaughter, plea of guilty Tally, 3b. H. Plrtle c. f. see Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, urday. and punishment fixed at 10 to 15 Owen, 1. f. 7tf PalBarnett, lb. Ky. Misses Nellalfoni7Beulali years In penitentiary. Tlnsley, 1. f. L. Howley, c. f. Miss Nettle Qlllisple loft Wednes- mer and Elizabeth Davidson have reJudge Blrkhead ordered a special G. Howley.r. f. Glenn, r. f. day for Rockport where she will visit turned home from a visit to friends term of court for ono week Payne, p. R. Plrtle, p. at Horso Branch. relatives. beginning Oct. 11 and continuing 12345C789 RHE Large "stoWRed Clover Seed, to 16th. This is the week proceed- Innings Bean and chilMr. and" Mrs. Will 22 Hartford 02000000 Timothy Seed. In Northern Rye nnd dren aro tho guosts of relatives ing tho regular term and will make Llvermoro 22 0 0020100 Wo aro In position to give low prices. In all three weeks. Loulsvlllo. & BRO. W . E. ELLIS Ullss Ruth Miller, of uwensboro, 8t2 Com'th. vs. Will Owen, charged Fair For Ohio County. Up To iJute For a smooth shave, with burning a tobacco factory at was tho guest of Miss Nancy Ford hair cut, Fordsvlllo, on trial. Will probably bath, clean The Ohio County Fair Company last week. has decided to give a threo days fair Ribbon, best Shampoo and finest tonics, Riley's take rest of court. .' Try a saciTbTBluo Ct4 place. Elzle Allen, of Centertown, who at Hartford this year. Tho date will patent Flour, mado by tho Ellis barber shop Is llntho will return was under $500 bond in another be Sept. 10, 17 and 18. 8U Mra. Mncclo-OrlffMilling Co. lling InSpecial atractlons aro being arCo., Hartford, home tomorrow from Maceo whero' case, was arrested under a now The Ellis-Mibeen spending the Summer dictment escaped from jailer Mid-kl- ft ranged and the premium list will be wholesale- - OS well as retail sho has JCy ' larger and better than ever, and lias left for parts unknown, with her sister, Miss Craig. 8t4 -prpducts. tnelr San-dcrfur Fall Hosiery! AKtlilMM rIiKiWH, IE I II Mr. Wallnco Riley who had a severe attack of Indigestion with a slight touch of appnndccltla Monday Is Improving and should be out In n few dnys. DEMURRER FILED IN CONTEST CASE 5 M& 8' lraM ,t wY Ik Ko-ne- or BIB Mfl2 Igr (rCJ nr The Best In Everything! RESOLVED THAT CLoTHE-5, BoY-5- ; IF YOU WANT THE A NEW .SUIT OF WAY To GET IT IJ To A.SK try a s. your, mother and keep on asking TO GET IT. father for it, s. s. for and it until they bring s. you, or .send you, down to our store A.SK THEM FOR A NEW SUIT TO-DA- s. say just Y. that Jmxz&&o CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. Hartford Republican. a. k Ill QH ffc7iriir''iiriiiiiTi if If you want real custom-tailorin- fff g ... n. you will be satisfied in both quality and cost by having your new Autumn and Winter Suit and Overcoat tailored to individual order by Ed. V. Price & Co. U. S. A. Chicago Don't trifle with "cheap" tailoring it's the costliest of all. p: Clothing Company HubHARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. LUMBER. SHINGLES. Co-- 02 02 " We have received fresh cars of Yellow Pine Lumber and Red dar Shingles Extra Fine Quality. Red Cedar lasts well. Try them. Special prices on Barbed Wire. Light Cattle $1.70 per spool, 80 Rods Light Hog 0 ? 1.86 per spool, 80 Rods Write or 'phone us. Wo can ship quickly. F. O. 13. Fordsvlllo, ; FORDSVILLE ' PLANING iMcornorAfed MILL COMPANY' " Jake WIlHon, Mar. FORDSVILLE, KY. t a notion of what to expect of the Coming Defeat of Wohinri Suffrngo for the Philadelphia & Heading rail-- 1 way was driving his train near SecIn New York. next Issue of his paper, but Knott Most of the men who do the rough ond and Glrard avenue late Thurshas no policy, no purpose that he may ' HOTEL not cange over night, and this per- and tumble work of politics In New day night he was startled to see a haps Is his nurposful speculation on York county nre ngnlnst woman suf- man dressed In a red shirt and carryLaw Attorney frage nnd brMevo 1t Vlll be badly ing a shotgun rush on to tho tracks. human curoslty. Pointing the gun at tho engineer, ho If Dick Knott were a normal hu- beaten In NoVemller's referendum iiAinroiiD, ky, man being ho could not support vote. That li 'the outstanding fact ordered his to stop. Trunk obeyed Will practice) bJs protc&aloll is Stnnley. If half of what Stanley that appears In Interviews which the tho order. land adjoining countlcw. QruiwclJ Sullivan said ho was tired of havpaid about Knott nnd tho Louisville Sun hns obtained from Republican and Criminal rmct.ee ft, S);Jnlty. ing trains Interfere with Ills sleep. Evening Post only n short year ago nnd Democratic district leaders. spurn the supHeretofore most of tho news of the When he had finished his speech the 52,487 were true he should Morrow's Majority El Of AMERICAN port of such a dirty sheet, and if not campaign of the suffragists, now ap- train crew took the gun and carried The Auditor's Knee. proaching its climax, for the right to Sullivan Into his home. A warrant Stanley Is tho most consciencetrue In the Auditor's race three cancity where good hottli In defnmer of character Hint ever vote In tho "enemy's country" of charging him with breach of peace Law bound, the Powhatan heads the appeared on the ticket; but less didates lut. conduct was then disgraced a public platform In Ken- Now York has dealt almost exclusive- and disorderly HARTFORD, KY. two of them, Wllholt and Perkins tucky, nnd is unworthy tho support ly with the activities of the women sworn out. Sullivan was arraigned It" Is'firsflri.Uie'heatta.of it countrymen. Mifwo. W. II. D.trn nnd C. B withdrew after the ballot had been hopes nnd fears yesterday before Magistrate Scott, in W. Knott or any other themselves. Their of Richard Smith announoo that UW liavo form- printed, thus leaving their names on citizen who has a jealous regard for and ndrolt methods of campaigning tho Fourth and Master-street- s poa partnership for bo eomoral trrac-tithe ballot. have been fully Bet forth from day lice station, nnd held In $400 bail his character. of law, except cnlmliul and dlvor This withdrawal came only three for court. Albert Werner, an engiWe are not assuming to umpire to day and will continue to be. c.i8i, Mr. Smith bulug Couuty Attordays before tho primary and the time Knott nnd Stnnwhat about tho men who will neer on the same branch, testified' Hut the quarrel between ney la prevented from practicing suck unit i was insufficient In which to pass the ley, that Sullivan had held up his train in on Novembut before this campalgi closes walk up to the ballot-bo- x 'ceases. Mr. Banna wJH Individually to tho voters of Jthc information rrary we shall show by the record that one ber 2 and decide whether the women n similar manner. accept such practice. Officio State. The vote In this race result or tho other of them is wholly un- shall bo It franchlhMl? Id What o' the I twenty-thre- e Hartford Republican building, Hart Tne Towhatan It refTneJ, tH' ed as follows, with respect nnd confidence men who control the party organizaworthy of the elusive, and restful. Its excelford, Iy. counties missing: lent location on Pennsylvania tions What Impression hns been 19,207 of decent citizens. Avenue, 18th ami If Streets, Weber upon them by nil the oratory made makes it a desirable headquar9.3S3 Wllholt ters for" bridal couples, tourist T. VllKSTIIT1U.V OTTOI' MA 111 I M. Notice To Creditors. and personal appeal with which the parties, conventions, Schools and has been rumored that Informa- - ! All persons having claims against suffragists It Irvmwill, K.r Iliirttiinl. Kj colleges' have been hammering J tlon was given out from Frankfort tho estate of Nancy Jones, deceased, away month after month? How will The Powhatan attracts .the & MARTIN. STRATT0N that the Wllholt vote slightly ex- will present same to the administra- tho politicians vote? How do they yeople of culture and education, to State, War and Attorneys at Law ceeded that of Mr. Weber. This Navy Departments, alto to many trix for settlement on or before Sept. think their "constituents" will vote? points of historical interest, I 's erroneous as the figures 15, 1915, or be forever barred. JJ. CROMWELL, - KY. makes this hotel especially at' It seemed to tho Sun that it was tractive to a discriminating put" Will practice their profession In tlili herein an? taken from the tabula- ' This August 14, 1915. time to find out what tho men were ' lie. of State's office and djolnlng counties. Collections, tion In the Secretary . ,The Powhatan offer 'rooms ELIZABETH DURHAM, doing with suffrage. Hence the co'-with detached bath at $1.50, Commercial and Criminal Practice I and indications are that Weber's Mil- Admlnistrlx, Ccntcrtown, Ky. of opinion from. 'Jnctrict lections 92 00 and up. Rooms With priSpecialty. Prompt nnd vigorous Jorlty will be materially increased vate bath, 52.50. U C9 and up. . , -leaders which nr presented here I "Write for VoeHct with mjp service- - Notary In office. when the returns come in. Teachers' and Trustees' Meeting. with. i CUFFdftD M LEWIS v- State Treasurer, The teachers and trustees of DIv. lanjfer, Here is the record In figures: Of race, with one will hold their first meeting on The State Treasurer's ,1) 'Vr. w- but fifteen counties reported, re- Saturday Sept. 14th, at Harnett's the Democratic district leaders or all STEED SEHVICK tUo'.r representatives who could be Bl)llll)H.))IIHlll!,.llM'MltMhi sulted as follows: - . .. Cieek church. hundred per cent reached and who expressed an opin18,98S " Hunter Special work for W. Program. ion (a number arc out of the city) ".203 Moore ofig By Church choir. iroinptl ol iiUrird till 3 only two are for woman suffrage, and 12.2SG Wajlace it tt,ob..!i rATCfirct W. F. STEVENS, Scilpturo Heading and, Prayer eight are against It. Twelve think Tho roost economical, clcanslnc and THAT PAY, ln1l Hn-- t"uti', lit .r R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. 'f Hunter's plurality over Mqof6 '4,- - j Dillas Ward. l J W, ,! .J TV. I V1X Il.C, MJIll I Germicidal of nil nnUtsoptlcs la it will be defeated, more think the tt,u lor rflCC itfinl Bn I model, ihoiuor 695. Representing Continental Welcome Address By one select- amendment l on 19 Attn(AMlur. itrordr OUn- will be carried. The passing, nrrcncNCES. r.Tfrfouw Commissioner of Agriculture. Marble & Granite Co. ed In district. on l'ron .M, li, iits writ to number of Republican leaders for " In the race for Commissioner of. B03-S0- B Response Marshall Crowe. Govnnth Strnot, suffrage is four, the number against wun an uui mieen a. Agriculture, The Function of the Rural School Is eight. The number of Republican counties reported: Marvin Hoover. leaders who think it will win is one; A soluble Antiseptic Powder to 14,755 Hanna Discipline John defeated, Necessity of thirteen. Others who be dissolved in water as needed. 10,034 Hamilton. Rankin would not be quoted are known to be As a medicinal antiseptic for douches G,20D Prather How Time is Wasted Dudley against suffrage. In treating catarrh, Inflammation or Hanna's plurality over Itankln Westerfield. Everyone of these men said the ulceration of nose, throat, and that Wedding Select Reading Irene Ward. caused by feminine ills Ithas no equal. and the antis are beClerk of Court Appeals. Teaching T. M. ing treated impartially and that none Principles For ten years the Lydla E. Plnkham of For Clerk of the Court of Ap- AVright. Medicine Co. has reconimcnicd Paxtinc of the Regular Democratic and ReIn their private correspondence with peals, with fifteen counties missing: Educational Value of Play C. B. publican organizations has commitThe National Weekly women, which proves Its superiority. 16,202 Shown. Huntsman ted itself in either direction. This TAPSCOTT, FLORIST Women who havo been cured say 15,311 McCoy Home Geog. and Natural Study is true of both Tammany Hall and of it is "worth its weight in gold." At majority 891. Huntsman's Claude Frazee. druggists. 50c. large box, or by mall. the Republican county committee, as , Masonic Temple Remaining Races. Should Agriculture be taught In well as of tho district machines. Tho Paxtoa Toilet Co., Bo3ton, Mass. Until this year In the remaining races for Sec- the Rural School? Prof. Browder. Colliir'i has bctn OWENSBORO. KY. a sold at $5.50. Now retary of State Judge Lewis receivBoys Corn Club U. R. Carson. the price is $2.50' Worth Their Weight In Gold. ed a large majority and is undoubtDomestic Science Berdle MIdklff. and wchac secured "I have used Chamberlain's TabOtiio Counly In the race for edly nominated. May. a concession hereChild Study Artie lets and found them to be Just as repL. by we can offer it Lieutenant Governor, Judge L. Punishment of Pupils D. D. quick relief for headCircuit Court T. P. Blrkbeaid. at a still further resented, a Walker, of Lancaster, made a run- Moseley. Judge; Ben D. Hlngo, Attorney; W. reduction in conaches, dizzy spells and other symp- Operated by- away race. Libraries and how to Obtain J. tons denoting a torpid liver and a nection v.l'.h thisv P. MIdklff, Jailer; E. G. Bwrasa. The returns indicate a very close T. Hogland. publication. Clerk; K. K. Blrkbead, Master Comcondition ot the diges- finish between Huntsman and Mcmissioner; R. T. Collins, Trusteo Hotel Company Jury The Ideal Teacher By Trustees. disordered Special Offer to Our Readers. Fund; S. O. Kcown, Sheriff, tlve organs. Tney are worth their Coy for Clerk of the Court of ApThe Benefit' of K. E A. Ozna ' Deputies S. A. BnUcher; Hartford. weight in gold," writes Miss Clara Kecognmng thr strrat demand for CVbrr's at Under New Management peals and it is hard to tell just who Shults. office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown aid the new price, wc have made arrangements to A. Drlggs, Elba, N. Y. Obtainable t will finish first when the final renrTer It and our rvvn publication each ore ear. Gilnioro Keown. Court convenes first In What Does the Teacher UsualT. QUISENBERRY. m for the price ol CaAir'atone. Tln is alimitcon everywhere. Monday In February and continues turns come in. ly Fail? General discussion led by oiler and must be taken advantace ol promptly. The fifteen counties from which re- the trustees. per Day three weeks; third Monday la April, Rates $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 two weeks; third Monday In Octobor, What You Get jn CollierV ports are lacking follow: The World Over. Purpose of School Discussed by Meals 25 Cents. tvto weeks. Bell, Carter, Harrison, Jefferson, visitors. British India has 7C, 181,000 acres Collitr't Is the one big. independent, fearles County Court John B. Wilson, weekly ol the whole country. Not only Is it thr Rowan, Shelby, Union, Calloway, EdBest In the city for the money. Judge; W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk; Town vs. Country In School in rice. eood citizen's handbook but it is also ijf The monson .Henderson, Marion, Russell, Matters General discussion. masaiine lor the whole (amity. Among the The United States has 1,903,000,-00- 0 Special attention to the traveling C. E. Smith, Attorney. Hartford. thine that a year's subscription ci.es arcs Court Louvsncs first Monday In each Todd, Warren and Woodford. acres of land. 'public. E. S. Howard. Tendencies Recent month. , 1000 Editorials Utah in 1014 mined 3.103.03G SOO News Photo Quarterly Court Begins on the Clarence Bartlett, Ernest Wilson. An Kasy, Pleasant Laxative. 2S0 Short Articles first .Monday in every month. Every- tons of coal, valued at $4,935,454. open at 10:00 a. m. Will OWENSBORO, KY. ISO Short Storlrt One or two of Dr. King's New Life Court of Calms Convenes first 100 Illustrated Features There are 478,008,000 acres of body invited to come and take a part 2 Complete Novel Tuesday in January and first TuesPills with a tumbler of water at unimproved land In the United in all discussions. day in October. night. No bad, nauseating taste; no Collier's $2.50 Bolb far tat; States. Other County Officers C. S. Mox-loWo would like to see a great numbelching gas. Go right to bed. Wake Australia has 17,000,000 unculti Survejor, Fordsvllle, Ky., K. Hartford Republican up In the morning, enjoy a free, easy ber of tho children present. h D. .N'o. 2; Tom Hines, Assessor, vated acres of land suitable for wheat I Olaton, Ky.; Otna Shults, Superinbowel movement, and feel fine all growing. Farm For Sale. tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Ulley, day. Dr. King's New Life Pills are Salt Lake City last year expended Eighty acres of good land containCoroner, Hartford; T. II. Benton, old by all Druggists, 3G in an origi- ing dwelling, barn and other out- $1,43G,S33.48 on public improveUoad Engineer, Hartford. nal package, for 25c. Get a bottle buildings, situated on Hartford and ments. JUSTICES' COUHTS. y Succeed when everythiup else fails. Ed. Shown. Hartford. Tuesday aft enjoy this easy, pleasant Rockport road. Well ami spring on Sydney Australia, now has 800,000 er 3d Monday in March, Tuesday aftIn nervous prostrailoi and female 2 farm. Church and schoolhouso near. people and a trade of $300,000,000 laxative. j weaknesses they arc the supreme er 3d Monday In June, Tuesday aftiimedy, a3 thoucand3 have Unified- er 3d Monday In September, TuesFor price, terms, etc., call or address a year. A busy housewife came into the In December. More than 24,500,000 acres of , BARNETT & SON, Agts. 4 KIDNEY, LIVER AND day after 3d .MondayItockport. Bitting room with a determined look u. A. McDanlel. Fr da ftlcCAfX PATTERNS Hartford, Ky. land nre devoted to cotton growing 34tf lor style, in her eyes. after 3d Monday In March. Friday .L- Celebrated nearly iO perfect fit, simplicity ant O-: is the bc-- t mei'icJr.c ever sold i reliability in British India. Sold In nearly after 3d Monday in June, Friday K every city and town inyears. Ui'ited States and "I really shall have to punish the over a urul;f,i;'a counter. Fracas her The Fragments. The last estimate of automobiles after 3d Monday In September, E Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than those children," she began. Contributors to the Stanley pri- In the United States places the num--Tiuay alter 3d Monday In De- - ' any other make. Send lor tree catalogue. "What have the little beggars been mary campaign fund are quarreling ber at 1, 735,000. McCALL'S MAGAZINE cemuor. More subscribers than any othet fashion up to now?" asked father, looking over tho distribution of the large S. W. Leach, Cromwell. Wednesday imrjatlne million a month. Invaluable. Lat. If necessary, the nut trees of tho est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, after 3d Monday In March,, Wed up from his newspaper. surplus le$t over. Tho fund was world could supply nourishment to plalri sewing, YOU nesday alter 3d .Monday In June, etiquette, poodfancy needlework, hairdrcssing,a "Why they'vo made a mess of my enormous, nnd the balance Is considttorles, etc. Only W cents Witlncsday after 3d Moiday In Sep- Its entire population. year (worth double), including a me pattern. sewing room," explained his wife. erable. Nearly ono hundred and fifSubscribe tuday, or send for sample copy. temuer, wcuncsuny alter 3d Mon"Twelve lessons sufllco to teach WONDERFUL day In December. INDUCEMENTS "Needles, reels of cotton, scissors ty thousand dollars was collected to auyono to guillotine,' bays the French to Agents. I'ostal brings premium cataloguer It. C. Tlchonor, Centertown, everything has been hidden away in put over tho distinguished openwider official executioner. and new cash prise ofTcrs. Address after 3rd Monday In eacli fTOE McCAU. CO.. 238 to 2 la VI. 37th 51.. htW YOHB the unexpected places. It is really but forty thousand was left over. A Australia's public debt Is ?278 for Treatment month. . , exasperatin." majority of the contributors want to each person; that of the United Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday ..S..JliA.rjW. Her husband laid down ills paper carry tho surplus over to tho credit for WEAK after I'd Monday In March, Tuesday States Is only $11 a person. ilLB-TKECOUrniiira I'M" M and smiled benignly. of the campaign committeo, but a The total mechanical power In the LUNGS or after 2d Monday In .May, Tuesday AND CURETH3 "I did that," he said calmly. Then, number of them Insist they contri- United States Is estimated at 130,- after 3d Monday in August, TuesLWKC13 CONSUMPTION day after 2d Monday In No ember. in answer to a questioning look, ho buted only to effect tho defeat of 000,000 horse power, W. S. Dean, WedDundee. went on: "You tidied up my desk Beckham and Haly, and. don't care .9. At tho last count the United States If you mention this paper we will send you nesday after tho second Monday In WITH so beautifully tho other day, that I a tinker's damn about Stanley nnd bottle FREE by mail a quick relief for March, Wednesday after 3d Monday notes In circulation thought it only fair to return the com want their prorata of the surplus re- national bank In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday amounted to $718,085,037. In chest, nicht sweats. hemorrhages', weak In August, Wednesday after 2d MonSo I tidied up your sewpliment. to them. turned lungs or consumption. day In November. ing room." Whatever the result of the DemoBen F. Rice, Foridsvllle, Tuesday For Salo Cheap. 10CK BOX 616 OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBUS, 0. after 2d Monday In FOR crat's quarrel about tho disposition March, ThursWo havo a 2 acre lot near Mc- vmaVetU day after 2d Monday In May, Thursof tho forty thousand surplus the Im- Henry nnd Simmons mines to offer at n aSS iiinum a,liN l,.inwMM,,n, n day after 2d Monday In August, I SSfri Hi.1. VIIDAIT snu LUHlj lllUilULta. portant fact Is that a candidate whoso a bargain. A good two 1G foot room FOR FLETCHER'S Thursday after 2d Monday In No- I GUARANTEED B ATTHPA OTfiP-V- i lKMIAAj nomination was bought at such a tre- house, barn smoko house and good 1 vember. . .UiiiWAv: - OVER CS YCAnS Wff tftfERICnCE Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aft- llstWBS"rKrr'mniPtTTmnMinri mendous price has an uncertain well of water. Ono half mile of 'i'.jyw SffiW"1 er 2d Monday In March, Friday after claim upon those members of his church nnd school house. Would Dick Knott On Trial. 2d Monday In May, Friday alter 3d 1 Dick Knott is in a way tho most party who honestly believed that mnko a fine poultry farm. Monday in August, Friday after 2d brilliant nowspaper writer in Ken- -' their votes, honestly cast, was to deMonday In November. terms call on or address. ovory- - j termines tho choice of their party as tucky. Everybody cusses nnd HARTFORD POLICE COURT. SmSiiii232l BAIWETT & SON, mm 0. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. J5t1 !? jiiCT body reads tho Evening Post. It Is Its nominee for Governor. Kentucky 48tf a4Sffi .vSassai.Hartford, Ky. Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, ?WSK7 . pRorunrDANDnrrcNDCD.fwidiii-ithe most erratic, tho most Irrosponsl-- j Sun. Marshal; Court concnes seconl.l MonC0PYfVGHT3 &C. jvr to ouUua iiuiiU, ttad uaio Drew (iiin On Tuiln lU'cause Kiiniiii'H bio and at tho snmo tlmo In a cor- - j c.ii., at day In each month. AnTonercnntngnfrketrhn ijdoecrfi.tmnn.nr IN ALt. CO JriTniC1. coWTViA' I quit Ulr tuMcri i irio nix i ( rii run Iiiferrmitcil Kleen. City Council J. C. Her. Major; R. tain sense, tho most Interesting sheet $' tij.ni!iilr i rtwuh It i litngtoK ium tlmi. Itivcntloii u pr )in' ly i) u t it j. Uui l.imsHiiKtWfuiu.l. til. HAUOrOfl'C iilneuii T. Collins, Clork; J. K. Bean, Treastnu v ft . Auuoyod In his slumbers by tho issued front a Kentucky nowspaper I cent tio. IM iui ul( Hi y (uritt .urn? Put' fits. urer. Monibora of Council J. C. Uwi-nat- t. f'."taiJ lifrItr"ritlrtctlM Excl s!.:'y. iVitenis tiueu tliruuuh jiumi &.CU. luwjlve frequent pawing of trains on Caldpress. We know people who would iMibOtrt u ti Lj ,1 jpcritti.Rit TviuiautCJw.ro, juiua Cnpt. A. D. White, A. 13, Pate, '. 119 tlLa 4W Ua''J .'UWs rtoit OSes, For Infants and Children well stmt during tho erly hours of not on any account contribute a cent W. II. Glllosple, W. II. Unrnos, C. M. weaiNnQTDII, D.C Scientific 1'atrlok Sullivan, 45 t3TJSZZ TPT " "TSrS IBSarlaaSUTaU! Crowo. ."TTr the to Its upkeep, who will borrow tlmt En Us Over Years years morning, 1288 Caldwell gtrwt, cnLuhiii Ahiux!snmlr!liilnut! week!?. Inreost dr. Hartford Board Eduoatlon J. II. aid, of paper to road. 'it tnt ' wt iii' uriuj. i , tun, 1 a Always boar uy wi nawf awwn. D. Carson, pii'm'n.: C. M. Dnrnett, rmri lour njomi 1, ti. inii took mattara Into his own lunula. nwapftRAr adjtor the Tlyj 3C4Prdfal.NawyQW Sec; B, W. Ford, Treas.; II. T, ColSfeaAttrfi of Whon Andrw Trunk an. ouglnoar fixed chnraotar and tho romlgr line a lins, J. D. Duko. euwiutibialj u. c. Result of Ilopiilillrnn Primary Held fig-tir- August 7tli. Mio omclal fount r. (he recent p,mary hns not I ecu miulc, but ascertained from tho tabulation In tho Secretary of State's offlce In Frankfort, with fifteen counties missing give G0.G75 Morrow 8,188 McLaughlin OPirof ssio23.,i at y mwGWj D.C. nwsm Otto C. MartiiP jjt -- M Barnes Attorneys at & Smith ce m&gmm ::::;" '.tf. I ' '1 SOiio SPECIAL TO WOMEN TRA3C-MARK- 4lctnuk.-n.urit- H fZMU4 't&s V ' (HanmTon, c ! For Bedding Plaits Decorations, Funeral Designs. Etc.," see 1. Collier's Collier First Time in Clubs Planters House planters Directory Electric y, $2.50 to-da- 5 H. - WILL TAKE OUR r FREES Sat-urd- iEKaX&n :w .iBiaTBHl f IKS 8 New Mmm Children Cry fQUGH3 CAS TO F A Jf ILi M 5i JKr - e- rmm t t CASTOR Per A i t t'f 30 fflmfmi f ' avrs hs C&&fr&l&6ki BaslStfSLSabLiSrS r Children Cry for Fletcher's mf"""-- 1 ItKrUnMCAN PIjATFORM. Tho Popubllcan party In Kentucky In convention assembled adopts tkc following platform: (1) We opprovo the policies of tho National llepuhllcan party In providing for the dofenws of our coasts against foreign Invasion, and the protection of American Industry ngalnst th pauper labor of foreign countries without Imposing unnecessary or unjust burdens upon tho consumer, Wo favor the nomination for tho Presidency of a candidate who Is In accord with those policies, and is abreast of the spirit of progress required by ever changing condition. (2) Wo condemn the Inefficiency of the administration at Washington, Its Inadequate tariff law and its tax In times of peace, which have resulted In the closing of factories, tho stagnation of business and the en- 'forced Idleness of millions of workmen. Wo demand the redisricting of Kentucky In legislative, senatorial, congressional and Judicial districts, which shall give equal representation nnd equal voting power to every citizen of every district, In conformity with tho plain requirements of the Constitution, nnd not as at present, In llagrnnt violation hereof. (3) Wo demand tho repeal of tho present Infamous primary low formed for tho purpose of preventing freedom of choice to tho voter, and favor tho enactment of n law which shall permit party nominations for Ju dlclnl olllces without regard to tho party affiliation of the candidates so n thnt tho Judiciary may bo chosen on grounds, nnd tho con tinuance In oinco of Judicial public servants may bo determined by no other qualification than that of fitness. Wo favor amendment to State laws permitting and encouraging Joint nominations of the same candidate by tho different parties. We demand the repeal of tho law providing for registration certificates imposed upon tho State by tho Democratic party for immoral pollical purposes, whereby votes In Kentucky have become negotiable Instruments, passing by delivery (4) Wo demand that the public schools of the State shall be taken and kept entirely out of politics, and that the Interests and welfare of the children shall have first consideration in all public school matters. We call for better schools and schoolhouses, for longer school terms In the country nnd better pay for the' teachers. We also favor extending the old of the State to Its Institutions for higher education. (5) There should be complete publicity concerning the expenditure of money for political campaigns, nnd a law should be passed for tho accounting by candidates nnd campaign managers of all sums of money collected for political purposes. (6) We demand tho enactment of a law providing for control of the penal and charitable Institutions, and for the abolition of contract labor, and we endorse tho Constitutional Amendment providing f for convict labor on public roads and highways, Insofar as the same may bo done without injury to free or organized labor. (7) Realizing tho Influence of good roads on tho economic, educa tional, social and religious development of tho State, wo pledge ourselves that the present law, Introduced by a Republican, authorizing State aid, shall bo carried out, and the building of permanent highways throughout the State by a system guaranteeing to the people an honest expenditure of their money, shall bo encouraged. (S) Wo favor further legislation for the protection of labor from unnecessary bodily Injury, and wo favor the enactment of a fair and equipt-abl- e . workmen's compensation law. (9) We favor giving to the Railroad Commission power to regulate public utilities of the State. (10) We favor the passage of laws which shall make effective constitutional provision against the Issuance of free passage to officials. re(11) We oppose double taxation, and will favor a thorough vision of tho tnx laws which will equally distribute the burdens of taxation, reduce the rate and not only retain the capital now invested, but invite the investment of other capital in the State. We favor the adoption by the people of tho Constitutional Amendment enlarging the power of tho General Assembly on the matter of taxation, and when such addi tional lnw is passed to make It effectual only when submitted to, and approved by n majority of tho people who vote upon the same. We favor such regulation by lnw ns 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 largo number of obnoxious laws, the creation of expensive olllces and commissions and tho wasteful and extravagant expenditure of money, and we promise, If given power, to repeal all such laws, to abolish superflous ofll ces and reduco the cost of administration to the least possible point con' slstent with an economical and efficient system of government. (13) Realizing the importance to the State of the prosperity of the farmers, we heartily approve of their legal efforts to secure better prices for tho products of their farms, and pledge 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 the United States Public Health Service for the prevention of blindness from trachoma, a communicable and painful disease of the eye, from which, the last census report shows that 33,000 persons arc suffering In a single section of the State. (15) We call attention to the vast resources of our State as yet un dr.vepoled and invito capital and labor into tho State to develop such re sources. (1G) Expressly reserving the right of all Republicans to vote upon tho question of woman's suffrage as they see fit wo favor the adoption by the next General Assembly of a resolution submitting this question to the people for decision at the election of November, 1917. (17) The Republican pary In Kentucky Is responsible and deserves the credit for the county unit law. In 1907 we declared definitely for tho locnlvoptlon law with the county as the governing unit. In 1911 wo again declared for the county unit law In accordance with the Constitution. We now declare our continued adherence to the 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 wo favor tho adoption of such amendments thereto ns may bo necessary to make it effective beyond question. Covering Up the Facts. made known. It cloaks Us purpose under the mere plausable explanation that hereafter such inquiries on tho part of Government departments are to be conducted along different lines and by different methods. The result of such change will bo that the statistics gathered by Government investigators will be such as cannot be compared with the conditions of previous years. This will make it almost Impossible to draw the deadly parallel between Republican times nnd Democratic times, and that Is the object of tho administration In making such changes. Wilmington (Del.) Journal. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Foot Tears of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. Came I had gotten so weak I could not staasl, in Tltrt ITt.wl .. , ...... V... lln... iunnys iiiku M. iu ,iso for over HO years, CtsCm&, Allow no ono lo deceive von All Counterfeit, Imitations ami ".Tust-nsoo- .. . boVno the has , s bcci.1 ,,in,, mUicrvlHlon ulnco - and I gave up despair. iiis pcri"icr Infancy.lis 1m f S,auro , Jf Husband At last, my husband got me a bottle ef Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced d r c i mt 'i!t Is ft Pare-Rop- e, for Drops ami Sootlili.jr Syrups. Castor Oil. It U pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other milMtuiico. Its njro Is Us guarantee. It deslroys Narcotic Worms nml allays Feverlshness- - For moro than thirty years it lias been in constant it. o for Flatulency, Wud Coll , nil Tcotlilii ofTnlublS Diarr boa. It regulates tbo Stomach and Uowcte,d What is CASTOR I A Cnsforia harmless snh.slitufo taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without Its Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all i;.y work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock to Rescue. writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed lo do me any good. troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helpetJ more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. sold Cardui for years. it will do. Ask him. Your druggist ha He knows what He will rccoffl-me- nd fSENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of 4 ALWAYS it. Begin taking Cardui today. Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn., 1"spcc5$ Intt nift il stn smut rm mr aU.b... Iuu. lf . Treatment lor Woffio." wot In plain rappr. )4s In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THl CKNTAUW COM fAM V. N WW VO WK CITV. 1 Jfe4':"M &x2sitJsm3Bmarjr,m GL.oi.?LiS full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed oy ssu snort stories of adventure, win maKC 1 i i Starck Pianos No Money in Ailvimce Sntinftio slim (jtinr n n ( o o il LoWOrttNct I' n o 1 1) r y TorniH YOUTH'S COMPANION) Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. 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Utwem Clevrlm 1 and UrtWo. fiooa xor TOwpuriw. vu v iU rradina prices that, although the Tariff has . your ticket agent for ticket! vii ... : been lowered, and to a point whero n!!fj!!'r.':' : pct i l rwv w i ' li VZ.VbnlB ' oi.tuArtunw 1ZJ American manufacturers did not refor our tX'QAvm pictorial and mmisiw r""""'"""tiUt'gALO TKANiilT CO.. CleTcland. Ohio L. ceive Protection yet food prices were THE CLEVELAND higher than thoy were beforo tho Tariff was dickered with by tho Democrats. The labor situation In the country shows, that fewer men are employed, are working fewer hours and at less wages than before tho Demorcratic party came Into power, two years ago. These are unpleasant facts for the country to know especially as tho Democratic promises of 1912 was that If that party were put In control of tho nation, the Tariff law would be so revised as to keep labor Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can employed and bring down the cost give atiy reference desired. Call me on Hartford X of living. The result Is that the administration has decreed that no Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. further Investigations of that kind shall be carried on and the results. lt-BUFF-. m jr-:- : w-i-a . Ti-Tm RMn "SEEANDBEE" Th'lVnrt"iuid met eo.tl ttoamcr on any Inland water of the world. Sleeping ccommoda. -- M...U1M.,. Steamer. "CXTC OF BUFFALO" OP EWE" r r. WV i I The administration Is determined that moro of the statistics will bo Issued from tho department under Its control that tell a story hostile to NEW NOT THE SEWING MA-7iN- USE LI V-VE- R-L AX I OF QUALITY,1) ' I UNDER ANY SOLD For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Feellrlght all tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps yor when pleasant Lie. Ver-La- x on your feet, while relieving your trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't toko anything else. You can't afford Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural In its actions, suro in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long beforo Lio- - Ver-La- x completely displace calomel in cveri home. Children can take it freely an) with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. None genuine without the likeness and sisna-tur- o of L. K. Grigsby. For ealo by J. H. WILLIAMS, Hartford. Ky. For pnlna In th 1 OTHER NAME. HOME ms WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. To The Public. If you purchaso tho NEW HOME you will you pay, "I feel that I owe tho manufactur- have a life asset at Uie price repairs. nud will not have an endless chain of ers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholrea Quality and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. Wither-al- l, Considered I ZtSl. II Gowanda, N. Y. "When I began kuthe taking this medicine I was In great Cheapest pain and feeling terribly sick, duo to in the end an attack of summer complaint. After to buy. taking a dose of it I had not long If you want a sewing machine, write for to wait for relief as It benefited me ul immediately." Obtainable ear latest catalogue before you purchase. most i, Has. everywhere. m t Dr. Mil' lutrk a Autl-PiU- foo Fills. remedy FIRST FLYING MACHINE FOR OHIO COUNTY Friday, September 17th At Hartford, Ky. I At j Thrilling ascensions will be made by an experienced aviator who will loop the loop and per-forother daring stunts in the air. m You may have seen a ;;;, mix 'Kv).'..rTr'invr .ri jt .. v .A -- rirr ;V--f . r . balloon ascension. : It t li' . is a tame affair beside the work of a heavier ? IS than air machine. . v - W'vfVHf tfs .r"i Tjapm.E"."yjr. v.' . J &4i.-fesi- r. v . A K'.IFt' 4yPFyW-SP- ' tA t . .. v.. i AH BHEefl Photo by American Press Association. Fine Stock,Beautif ul Grounds and Handsome Ladies will Greet You on all Sides Spend the Three Days with us. Nothing has been left undone for your comfort and pleasure. ' For those who do not care for horses, there will be plenty of shows. For those who do not care for shows we will have one of the best bands of music. i.r ST I J Hartford has one of the fastest halfmile tracks in the State and you will see good trots, paces and running races Remember the Dates, September 16, 17 and 18 OHIO COUNTY FAIR COMPANY: Hartford, H . - Kentucky. ; t A