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Vast Store of Yellow Waztfoxb DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS $180,-000,000, ftejntMicmt Subscription $1 per Year No. 9 FAILURE TO which ono resulted in a hung jury, above mentioned, one got a sentence of 3 years, and will be given a new OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1915. authorities say that the wartime ESTELLE BAY CHALLENGES SENT basts is 25 per cent. Should such be tho case, Great Britain's three shipments of tho TELLS STORY TO WATTERSON past five weeks aggregating would Indicate, should tha exchange rate remain near normal, that sho had bought goods to tho of Says She Is Mother of John valuo of $720,000,000 In America Urges Direct Election This Is believed to bo below the minC. C. Mayo's Son. Committeeman. imum; the exchange rate it at prescents under normal. ent twenty-on- e Other factors entering Into the situ ation lead to the belief that Eng- Would Give People of Kentucky Tells of Big Fee Paid To Attend- land's hill to America nt tho present Chance To "Take a Crack at ing Physician to Quiet tlmo is in the neighborhood of - trial. There were two Possum one given one year. Number of cases continued 64. New indictments returned 69. Cost To Tax Payers. Jury fees $735.42 Com'th's. witnesses , 363.64 Official Stenographer. 40.00 Jailers fees 40.00 Sheriffs fees 166.60 Clerks fees 80.00 This does not include cost ot prisoners left in jail and the jail is full. It does not include cost to the people who were compelled to attend court under orders, as witnesses for defendants. This would run the entire cost up to more than $2,000 for the term. We are not printing this as a criticism of the court, or tho Commonwealth's Attorney, who alone said what cases should be tried and the ones continued, but we give it in order that the people may see the results and at what cost. luinter cases tried, one acquitted and MAKEMRVEYS Caused by Lack of the Necessary Appropriation. This Caused Much Loss Estimated to be Seven Per Cent of Metal May Spec- -- Marse Gossip. Somo of this big bill, It- was said, of , probably was for tho account Franco. An arrangement between Cincinnati, Sept. 7. In tho courtOwensboro, Ky Sept. 6. DeplorEngland and France for paying bills Portland, Mo., Sept. 7. Tho vatuo due hero exists it is believed, but ing tho fact that Henry Waterson room of Presiding Judge Frederick of the gold and securities brought to Its details' aro not known. has seen fit to engage in the row now L. Hoffman, of tho Hamilton County Halifax yesterday on tho fast cruiser being staged between Cot. Urey Wood Common Pleas- - Court, which was and which pnBscd through son of this city and "General" W. B. crowded to suffocation, Mrs. Estelle Mexican Policy in Ninth Stage. Malno early today on tho way to New for the Cooper Gay, New York widow and Haldeman, of Louisville, Washington, Sept. 7. This year's exYork to strengthen British credit, seat as Democratic National Com- daughter of Judge Cooper, of Mt. y conferenco on Mexican ceeds ?SO,000,000. mitteeman from Kentucky, Col. Sterling, Ky., for four hours Tho gold consists of 11, CEO, 000 affairs is tho ninth phase of the Dem- Woodson tonight made public the told under oath a story that In reto ocratic administration's method, or text of an open letter he forwared to markable elements involved possibly, English sovereigns, equivalent About $uS,250,000, and $7,850,000 lack of method, for dealing with the Mr. Waterson on returning from the has few counterparts in legal procedure. In United States coin. The vuluc of subject. Tho computation, as kept East. by tho Philadelphia North American, In telling her story, Mrs. Gay mainthe bonds Is $14,000,000. In tho letter, Col. Woodson invites This Is 130,000,000 in excess of shows that the first move was Pres- Watterson to aid in having the next tained that she is the mother of a boy 'Fon's declarifcn, wlti'Ut Legislature amend the State primary now 2 years old, the son of the late tho value of each of the two previ- ident ous consignments of gold and col- warning and without consultation law so as to Include the direct elec- John C C. Mayo, Kentucky capitalist with any known advisers of compelateral securities. It and politician. She testified that Dr. tion of national committeemen. would " J D. Meade, proiulnent pb'slcian, tence, that this government Cold Not Dcwlred. this is done, he urges that "Marse" never recognize Huerta a tin Is Made defenda.it with his moth Now York, Sept. 7. InternationHenry then announce himself for an resolve, but, under the cirMrs. Lvira Mulllns, in a al bankers here did not altogether cumstances, a perilous experiment. office and with Col. Woodson place candidacy before the people. In habeas corpus writ, attended her at .relish today tho news from Porthis Then succeeded dreary months of land, Me., that nioro than $65,000,-00- 0 this event, according' to the Owens- the birth of tho child and was paid a "watchful waiting" and "tho steady boro man, this is what would hap- fee of $4,000 .by Mayo. It was arin gold coin was speeding to without pen. ranged By the capitalist, she said, to New York to bolster Great Britain's pressuro of moral force," except an Increase credits in this country. This, it Is any tangible result ho easy for me or any have the child removed immediately "It would partbelieved, is tho largest slnglo gold In Mexican turbulence. Secret other regular Democrat to beat you after its birth and cared for by a wonership with marauding factlonlsts by shipment ever made hero by a for50,000 majority before a people man unknown to Mrs. Gay. was tho next device employed. Boy Was Secreted. eign power. It comes, it was said, who long for a chance to take a crack But moral suasion and lntrlguo at your wicked old head." Into her recital, which reached its a time when gold is wanted less t gave way to armed interclimax when she charged that Dr. than ever before in the history of suddenly What better Says. vention. Without taking into his old Meado has secreted her country. the Col. Woodson's letter follows: boy, the son of the late Bringing this mountain of gold to confidence even the congressional 'Marse' Henry: Returning "Dear foreign affairs, the John C. C. Mayo, of Palnts-vlllNew York at a time when the nor- commlfteo on York, I am Ky., she brought the names of President ordered the Invasion of from a week In New you mal demunds of business are lower still larather surprised to find prominent men, including than usunl and when the vaults of Mexican territory and the seizure of boriously arguing In the Courier-Journ- many to compel Clarence W. the country nro already choking with a Mexican city, In order to Sunday that I haven't 'a United States Senator of the flag Watson, of West Virginia, and skirtgold may. It is feared accelerate tho reparation for an affront we can find leg to stand on, etc. It a poor devil ed revelation of the names of others, tendency toward inflation and specu- and "to serve humanity If If you Is in this pltlble condition way." i but was checked by her counsel, and lation. Already, according to tho tho have him down and helpless, why she was prepared It seemed, to reNineteen Americans and some continue to kick in his ribs? weekly statement of the Federal move the lid from a secret chapter of Hoard as of September 3, tho scores of Mexicans wero killed in "Mothlnks, 'Marse' Henry, you gold reserve in national banks has this adventure, and tho country was don't believe It not a word of it or Kentucky politics and of the BaltiInvolved In the beginning of a need- you wouldn't be protesting so much. more convention that nominated reached the total of $263,000,000. It was less and worthless war. It was ex- You know that I know the national Woodrow Wilson because of her This mass of treasure. idle. tricated through the friendly Inter- party law, or ought to, after twenty knowledge of Mayo's plans to be pointed out, cannot remain from Kentucky. Brazil and Seasonal demands, such as tho in- vention of Argentina, years' experience. You know that elected Senator Mrs. Gay testified that agents of money in tho Chile, whoso offer was promptly and as a member of the Democratic Nacrease demand for dry goods trade, and tho movement courageously accepted by President tional Committee since 1896, and as the Mayo estate, whom she mentioned by name, had deceived her into of tho great wheat and corn crops, Wllsgn. an officer of it, much of this time, I will decreaso tho sum, but will still Tho fifth phpe therefore, was ar am not only fully conversant with all losing the disinterested friendship leave, It is believed, a hugo amount bitration. Tho sixth was tho fur-tlv- o the rules, but have sat in many ron and assistance of United States Senwhich must bo put to work in other and humiliating withdrawal ttsis from various State 'n ail tho-ye- a" ator Watson, of West Virginia, president of the Consolidation Coal Comways. from Vera Cruzo, without tho accom- -' You havo known ne for thir pllshment of a single one of the tf tVK years moti' or less intimately pany, In which Mr. Mayo had, been Fear Fictitious Values. interested. A strong temptation, it was feared, purposes which dictated the occuWe have often exchanged confidences There was a surfeit ot sensation, bo resented to employ pancy, not oven the demand to sa- -' and had many political fights, somo would thus I but the' principal one's were: the remaining surplus In speculative Into tho flag. times as comrades and sometimes as Mrs. Gay's declaration that Dr. Almost as disconcerting was tho opponents. 1 am, enterprise which would tend toward therefore, very Meade so feared a dictagraph that he bringing a period of lnllation and next step, which was tho deliberate sure that you aro very suro I would questions to her on pieces of whoso collapse ignoring of tho whole mntter In tho not have idly wired from New York wrote fictitious values, messago to Congress. ' my defiance of tho effort to unseat paper and then destroyed them; that would have an unhealthy effect upon President's her trunk was seized by Dr. Meade at Upon tho great problem, the solution me before my term expired. business general. a local hotel and letters vital to her Willie pay for tho supplies sent to of which had been announced as the "You plainly show you are filled case wero stolen; that Attorney SteGreat Ilrltaln is, of course, both first and most important task of the with consternation. I shall certain- wart, of Ashland, Ky representing wuntcil and expected, Now York administration, the chief executive ly not argue the 'tempest in tho teaMrs. Mayo, told her he had paid Dr. bankers do not want to bo paid in had not a word to say. pot' with you. You may go on Meade to secret the baby and that he But last January, in a speech at abusing me and other good Demogold. They would much prefer to clouded her case and induced her to lend Great Britain tho money to pay Indianapolis, ho put forth a plan crats you who havo served include docuAmerican more astounding than any of tho the election of the National Comlttee write incriminating letters and them, taking high-clas- s for tho loan. others. Ho declared It was "none of man by the people at the polls. 1 ments. securities as collateral " "Life Threatened." In tho face of England's great our business" how long tho Mexi- challenge you to contest this place Minor thrills wero allegations that gold and tho accor-panyl- cans took in choosing their govern- with me before the Democrats of shipment of securities, aggregating moro ment, now how they went about it, ' Kentucky. I dare you submit your Dr. Meade had threatened her life and to place her in an asylum; that than $30,000,000 and of tho convic- and that while ho was President no- name to the voters. that other hugo shipments soon body should interfere with their may be legless and down and upon promises to restore her baby to "I tion would follow, tho foreign exchango right to cut each other's throats. out, but In this condition, and blind- her he Induced her to write letters And now tho ninth in tho series of folded, as well, it would bo easy for declaring tho child had died; had .inrate on sterling opened today at a If It proves to bo un- me or any other regular Democrat to duced her to tell several persons two hours it experiments. loss of $4.67. Within a child; had lost two cents moro going down to successful, how long will it bo boat you by 50,000 majority before a there never had been virtually tho score mounti to ninety and people who long for a chance to tako forced her to sign a document pledg $4.64. Francs remained at ing him that tho per cent, of any tho same figure, $B.9C. This, too, nine? a crack at your wicked old head. sum she might recover from tho Mayo which wero was tho case with llres, "With kind regards to tho 'Generto wrlto a long quoted at $6.46 whllo relchsmarks A Free Gate At Kansas Fair. al' whose cause you feel called upon estate and forced her"everything sho document exposing stronger at 81 cents. were a trlllo Kansas is trying an experiment to so madly espouse, hollevo mo, Quotations, however, wcro said to ho this year, according to dispatches in dear 'Marse' Henry, most nffectlon-atol- y knew of men of national prominence who wero Mayo's friends." purely nominal. your, which Dos Moines will ho especially Under crossexnmlnatlon by AttorWOODSON." UHEY Total Near $180,000,000. interested. No admission will bo ney Millard Tyreo, for Dr. Meade, An index of Great Britain's hugo charged to the State Fair which will Mrs. Oay repeated her story, oven Should Selo Their Opportunity. volumo of purchuses in this country ho held nt Topeka. Tho concessions elaborated on It. Judge Hoffman Many of tho leading Democrats are was afforded by this shipment of gold and entry fees will be expected to continued tho case for two weeks to securities and tho two preceding mako up tho deficiency, It Is figured saying frankly that tho Democratic give Mrs. Gay's counsel tlmo to gathand shipments, which aggregate approxi- that tho attendance will bo so much Tariff Is n failure. They favor a re er testimony In other States. mately $180,000,000. This sum bus greator and tho amount of monoy turn to a higher Tariff in order that reached America slnco August 2. In expended within tho grounds so much American Industry and labor may bo Interesting Court Notes. round figures, $100,000,000 of tho larger thnt in tho end everybody j better Protected against tho cheap Tho special term of the Ohio counbo happy and tho fair out of labor menace from foreign countries. will amount has boon in gold coin. notions ty Circuit Court was called to try It is likely that the free-trad- e In normal times of peace, Interna- dobt. suggested that of tho Democrats may provo moro 72 cases. It was called to sit two It has often been tional business Is generally mainactained on a basis of C to 10 per tho ideal system for the Iowa State damaging to them than all their good weeks, or twolvo work days. It bo to havo freo gates, qualities can offset. They should tually sat ten days during which on itmt. Tlint is, a foreign credit of, Fair would say, $100,000,000 could bo carried, thus putting tho wonderful exposi- seize their opportunity now and do two days no case was tried. There were 5 trials and 4 pleas of without disarranging the exchango tion within reach of all. It tho plan the logical thing; enact a Itepubli-- 1 on a cash basis of $6,000,000 is successful In Kansas, why should can Protective Tariff. Adair (la.) guilty. One trial resulted In acqultal. rate, I There wero two murder trials in News. to $10,000,000 on hand here. Somo not Iowa follow suit? ulation. , to-dahigh-minded v, e, e, al -Re-ser- Cause Unsound Henry's Head." Appropriation. t be-fo- ro Washington, D. C, Sept. 8. For two successive years surveys ot esources In Alaska were delayed and prevented by neglect of the" Democrats. Failure to pass the appropriation for these surveys In time to equip the experts with the Geological Survey made tho work impossible. Reports from the Chief of the Alaska Mineral Resources Division fur nishes an official account of how this Death of Mrs. Ada Combs. Mrs. Ada Combs, the wife of Mr. important activity was hindered by M. H. Combs and daughter of the late the negligent delay of the Democratic I. N. Duke, died at her home at House. "In 1912 the appropriation forthfl evening at Dukehurst last Saturday continuation of the investigation of 8 o'clock. Funeral services were held at the mineral resources of Alaska was not residence Sunday afternoon at 2 made until August 24," says the ad' by her nastor. the Rev. Van minlstratlve report for that year. "As o'clock hoy and the remains, were interred , a consequence of this delay but little . lcouia De acompiisnea ana tno pr-ein the family cemetery. Mrs. Combs leaves surviving her Ject8' undertaken could be carried out-Mr. M. H. Combs, her husband: a UUV ut "siuuve "evy epeuse. "Only three parties out of the daughter, Miss Lena Combs; a son, eventually dispatched to twelve Eugene Combs; a brother, Mr. J. A. field Duke and a sister, Mrs. Prudie Alaska had a full season's work. Several other parties Moore, of Hartford. under temporary grants,, The deceased had been In fallseverar months but the funds were so inadequate ing health for so the death was not altogether un- that the parties were undermanned Several, expected. Mrs. Combs will be miss- and but poorly equipped. ed by the Methodist congregation ot important 'pieces of work had to be which she had been a faithful mem- abandoned." Appropriation for the same work ber for several years and her many sym was dqlayed the next year. The-offriends extend their profound flclal description of the way this em- pathy to tho family in their bereave-- .' oarrasseu me AiasKa surveys is evment. en more striking than the report de- Ohio County Republicans Organize, ciarmc mat it caused a loss or zv per A regular meeting of the Republi-- , cent m time, a neavy money loss, ana can organization was called to order , check in efficiency that cannot be by chairman A. D. Kirk, Wednesday estimated. "The fact that the appropriation and roll call showed the presence of Sickness and other una- - j was not made promptly," says the a quorum. voidable circumstances prevented a 1913 Department account, "much rw nf tho ivinnrt!itM fmm attend-- . curtailed tne neia season or several ing the meeting. Owing to the ab- of the parties and thereby greatly sence of Mr. R. E. Duke, the regular enhanced the cost of the work. Out Secretary, Mr. W. S. Tlnsley was of a total of 14 field parties, only 5 chosen temporarily to act in that ca- had a full season's work. The loss in time, due to delay in appropriapacity. The Ohio county Republican Cam- tion, amounted to an average of one paign Committee was selected with month, or 29 per cent, for each of S A. D. Kirk, Chairman and W. S. Tln- field parties. "A careful estimate shows that Arangements were sley. Secretary. made for election officers at the com- the actual monetary loss occasion- r ing November election and other de- ed by the delay that Is, expendlture-fowhich there was no return was tails attended to. over 7 per cent of the total appro- and what is Absolute harmony known in athletic contests as team j prlatlon. There was also a loss of work were very evident from the efficiency brought about by tho de- buslness like manner with which af- lav of the field and conseaueut change of plans which cannot be exfairs were dispatched. All indications point to a large in- pressed in figures." crease in the Republican majority in World Landmarks Going. Ohio County. How the Homeric heroes, If the'y could revisit the scenes of tfiei? German Drops Wreath, Bcltort, France, Sept 7 A German earthly exploits of some three thous- great and years ago, would marvel at tne flying neroplane, at a height appeared last evening over , devastation wrought by the war in Chavannes. an Alsatian village on. places which history had enshrined dropped as sacred! On tho Asiatic side of tho frontier, the aviator which bore the Inscription: the Dardanelles, tho big guns of tho a wreath "To Pegoud, who died like a hero, Allies havo played havoc with host of tho ancient landmarks on tho Trofrom his adversary." The noted French aviator, Adolphe jan plain. All that now remains of Pegoud, while making a reconnals- - "the topless towers of Ilium the Banco recently near Petite Croix, was ruins of ancient Troy nt Hissorllk, killed by a German aviator whom ho which Schllemann and otner arcueo loglsts have so wonderfully describhad attacked. ed is now a shapeless mass. Tho wall from which, nccordlng to tradiFor Ohio County. Fnlr tion, tho sorrowful Andromache Tho Ohio County Fair Company watched Hector's departure, Is now has decided to give a three days fair utilized as a shield or cover for a at Hartford this year. Tho date will military trench. Indeed, tho fiercest bo Sept. 16, 17 and 18. fighting on tho Asiatic sldo has near Special atractions aro being arly all taken placo qulto Uoso to' tho ranged and the premium list will bo j and ruins ot Troy, near Kum-Kallarger and better than ever. tho venerated mound which marks tho site Is now so changed that tho On Dam's Brink I'lio Hours. findlug It unCaught in the current of tho Sus- explorer of the future, recognizable will gaze upon It in dequehanna lllver whllo fishing Saturday, Charles P. Anstadt, a publisher, spair. was being swept over tho Now Haven powor dam when ho grasped a treo Special Premium By CltUens Bank. A nice baby buggy to tho most stump and held securely. old-st- ump, five hours ho clung to tho perfect baby under one year For to bo shown In plain baby slip and wlion rescued by Alvln Brouthers, who- - went after him in a doctors to bo chosen by Fair Co. as ociock on motor boat, Anstadt was almost ex- - I Judges. Ring opens at 7t3 Saturday of Fair. hausted. mineral-rwere-dispatchI -o, u I FIRST FLYING MACHINE FOR OHIO COUNTY . ! . Friday, September 1 7th At Hartford, Ky. , j t 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 balloon ascension. It is a tame affair beside r. .s w ..., - the work of a heavier ., - v than air machine. v . . . Photo by American Press Association. ' I I : Fi neStock,Beautif ill Grounds and Handsome Ladies will Greet You on all Sides Spend the Three Days with us. Nothing has tieen left undone for your comfort and pleasure. i For those who do not care for horses, there will be plenty of shows. o For those who do not care for shows we will have one of the best bands of music. 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Tlds Ixick will interest and pl"ase you. write today, FARE yietWLU-a- 33T $5 b I DAILY BETWEEN JS rnr .b PLL i,. rj. i n.r.vr.!.rti(i(v ' -- J i Hi Tho Pt'publlcnn party In Kentucky In convention nsacmblcil ndopts the following plnlforni: (1) Wo npprovo tho policies of lho Natlonnl ncpubllcnn parly In providing for tlio lcfcnsen of our coasts ngalnst foreign Invasion, ami tho cays Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in ngulnst the pauper labor of foreign protection of American Industry writing of her experience with Cardul, the woman's countries without Imposing unnecessary or unjust burdens upon the contonic. She says further: "Before I began to use sumer. Wo fnvor tlio nomination for lho Presidency of a candidate who Is Cardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I In accord with those policies, and Is abreast of the spirit of progress re' thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able quired by ever changing condition. to do anyt of my housework. After taking three bottles (2) Wo condemn tlio inoillclcncy of tlio administration at Washing- -' of Cardm, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon ton, Its Inadequate, tariff law and Its tnx In times of peace, which have regained 3o pounds, and now, I do all my housework, sulted in tho closing of fnctorlcs, tho stagnation of business nnd tlio en- - j as well as run a big water mill. forced Idleness of millions of workmen, I wish every suffering woman would give Wo demand tho redisricting of Kentucky In legislative, senatorial, congressional mid Judicial districts, which shall give equal representation and equal voting power to every citizen of every district, In conformity ' with tho plain requirements of the Constitution, nnd not as at present, in j flagrant violation hereof, (5) Wo demand the repeal of tho present Infamous primary law formed for tho purpose of preventing freedom of choice to tho voter, and favor tho enactment of a law which shall permit party nominations for Ju- dlclal olllccs without regard to the party affiliation of tho candidates so j a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, grounds, nnd the conthat tho Judiciary may bo chosen on and it always docs me good." tinuance lu ofllco of Judicial public servants may be determined by no Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, other qualification than that of fltneas. tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's Wo fnvor nmcudment to State laws permitting and encouraging Joint tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui nominations of tho same candidate by tho different parties. Wc demand for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing tho repeal of tho law providing for registration certificates Imposed upon women for more than fifty years. tho Stnto by tho Democratic party for Immoral polilcnl purposes, whereby votes in Kentucky have become negotiable instruments, passing by delivery 164 (4) Wc demand that tho public schools of tho State shall be taken and kept entirely out of politics, and that the interests and welfare of the children shnll have first consideration In nil public school matters. Wc call for better schools and sclioolliouscs, for longer school terms in the country and better pay for the teachers. We nlso favor extending tho aid of the State to Its Institutions for higher education. (5-There should be complete publicity concerning the expenditure of money for political campaigns, and a law should be passed for tho accounting by candidates and campaign managers of all sums of money collected for political purposes. (0) Wo demand the enactment of a law providing for control of the penal and charitable Institutions, and for the abolition of contract labor, and we endorse the Constitutional fjmendment providing for convict labor on public roads and highways, insofar as the same may bo done without Injury to free or organized labor. (7) Realizing the Influence of good roads on the economic, educational, social and religious development of the State, wc pledge ourselves y lull of life nd action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed that tho present lnw, introduced by a Republican, authorizing State aid, 1 by 250 short stories of adventure, shnll be carried out, and the building of permanent highways throughout will make tho State by a system guaranteeing to the people an honest expenditure of their money, shnll bo encouraged. (5) Wo favor further legislation for the protection of labor from unnecessary bodily injury, and we favor the enactment of a fair and equipt-abl- c workmen's compensation law. (9) We favor giving to the Railroad Commission power to regulate public utilities of the State. Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, (10) Wo fnvor the passage of laws which shall make effective conGirls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of stitutional provision against the issuance of free passage to officials. Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best (11) Wo oppose double taxation, and will favor a thorough reminds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone vision of the tax laws which will equally distribute the burdens of taxmtnenome. i nereis no age ation, reduce tho rate and not only retain the capital now invested, but limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Invito the investment of other capital in the State. We favor the adopYouth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION tion by the people of the Constitutional Amendment enlarging tlje power let us send you Three Current Issues FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year of the General Assembly on the matter of taxation, and when such addirequest. tional law is passed to make It effectual onlv when submitted to, and apnot 12. Those who subscribes now. sendine: $2 proved by a majority of the people who vote upon tho same. We favor for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will such regulation by law as will consolidate assessment and collection of for 1915. will receive The Companion get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. taxes, sa that the cost of colllectlon may be materially reduced. magazines. i (12) Wo condemn tho enactment by the Democratic party of a large SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE . number of obnoxious laws, the creation of expensive offices and commissions nnd the wasteful and extravagant expenditure of money, nnd we THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH promise, if given power, to repeal all such laws, to abolish superflous offi- ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. ces nnd reduce tho cost of administration to tho least possible point consistent with an economical and efficient system of government. (13) Realizing the importance to the State of the prosperity of tho farmers, we heartily approve of their legal efforts to secure better prices for the products of their farms, and pledge ourselves to assist them in alll legal ways. . (14) For economic, ns well as humane reasons, we recommend that tho Stnto of Kentucky undertake to supplement and later to continue The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.3 ,. tho work of tho United States Public Health Service for the prevention 1.75 of blindness from trachoma, a communicable and painful disease of the The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at eye, from which, the last census report shows that 33,000 persons 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm nro suffering in a single section of tho State. (15) We call attention to the vast resources of our State as yet un- Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k drvepolcd and invite capital and labor Into tho State to develop such resources. 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald... (1C) Expressly reserving tho right of all Republicans to vote upon 3.50 tho question of woman's suffrage as they see fit wc favor the adoption by The .republican nud Itaiiy uwensDoro inquirer tho next General Assembly of n resolution submitting tills question to the The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k Messenger 1.76 O'boro people for decision at tho election of November, 1917. (17) Tho Republican pary in Kentucky is responsible and deserves The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 tho credit for tho county unit law. In 1907 wo declared definitely for the local option law with the county ns tho governing unit. In 1911 wo The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 itgnlu declared for tho county unit law in accordance with tho Constitution. Wo now declare our continued adherence to tho county unit law, The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .. . 1.50 nnd wo do hereby endorse the present county unit law of Kentucky, and Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 pled go ourselves to Its strict and rigid enforcement, nnd wo favor the The adoption of such amendments thereto as may bo necessary to make It effective beyond question. It Always Helps I Tlie Woman's Tonic non-partis- Get a Bottle Today! KWiVXMVJm'J VJS "ffieYOUTIfS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 OUR CLUBBING RATES. Address all orders to mmmmm Mary Plingnn Speaks. You care a lot about me you men of Georgia, now that I am dead. Grot Ship 'EEANDBEiF of dolYou Elctplng accommod.-tin- s on any Inland water of th worM. id The Utsttt and most cratlr atcaraer fur 1M poss'nKcrs. lars trying to learn who mutilated -BUFFALO" "CiTV OF 3 Magnificent Steamer. CITY OF ERIE" my body. LLTW1XN . oi Firn 1. R1TPPAI fl A n.!l.. You have filled tho columns of your 9l LvIluKalo tSV'K 8P.H. newspapers with tho story of my CWA.M. Arriv.Ckv.land AnlwuXato A.M. IS (Central feundard llm.) V wrong. I all Kaatwn and Canadian points. Railroad tick- Falla M M Cleveland and t JurwidinarU-twoc- Buffalo for !!tara UutTnlo.aaara good for transporUUoa on our teamera. Ask ft, You have broken into a prison and r '. .. tl I ne.utif uHv colored eellonal puiala clurt, thewmif twill exterior and Interior of '1 ha Great I 12 murdered a man that I might bo K nw " receipt aval bhlp' br.UANijnbl4 aensondeeerlpllvoi booklet free. wwiki""--h,I pletoeUl and 1 avenged. for our UUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland, Ohio CLEVELAND THE Uut why did you not caro for mo rtifaz: when I was allvo? I was a child but you shut mo out of tho daylight. You held mo within four walls watching a machine that crashed i?52Tho svn C5Swt5'3 M..,t.u.n.. -- g - I tho nigger, And ou never paid mo enough to buy a pretty dress. You sometimes spoko coarsely to mo when I went to nud from my work Yes, you did, nnd I had to pretend I liked It. Why did you despise me living and yet love me so now? I think I know. It Is like what tho preacher told mo about Christ: People hated him when he was alive. Rut when He was dead they killed roan after man for His sake. Mary Whito Ovington, In tho New Republic. --j THE REPUBLICAN. THE NEW UNDER ANY SEVVINQ MA'-HKN- K USE LI V-VER-- OF QUALITY. NOT SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oE Constipation. Feellricht all tlio time. Don't lay oft from work for day8 by taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x on your feet, while relieving y our troujb lo. Safer too, and easy to tike. Don't tako anything else. You can't afford it, Eliminatea poisons, cleansea ays tem and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, suro results. It in ita effect arid certain in Ver-Lax will won't be long before Liv- completely displace calomel In evert home. Children can take it freely ani with perfect nafety. Every bottle guaranteed. 60c and l in bottles. None genuine without the likeness and signa turo of L. K. Grigaby. For Balo by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Kjr. For iwilrm THOS. E. MOSS Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. 2 through tho air. Endlessely watching a knife as it cut a piece of wood. Noise fills tho placo noise, dust and the smell of oil. I wish some of the thousands of dollars that you spent in tho trial might have kept mo in school. A real school, tho kind you build for tho rich. I worked through the hot August days. When you were bossing the girls, or shooting birds. Or lounging la doorways, cursing Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford Mill Co., 'plione, or address me at Hartford, Ky. t 1 To Tho Public. "I feel that I owe the manufacturnot have an endless chain of repairs. ers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholrea Quality and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of ConskJere gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. Wither it it tho all, Gowanda, N. Y. "When I began taking this medicine I was in great Cheapest pain and feeling terribly sick, due to htheeed an attack of summer complaint. After -p IJto buy. 1 taking a dose of it I had not long If you waut a aewlDg machine, write for to wait tor relief as it benefited me ai or latest catalogue before you purcluue, most immediately." Obtainable Tbe New Hom S Haifoe Co. OfaHge, Ma. everywhere. si WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Jfyou purchase the NEW HOMK you will have a life asset at Uie price you jay, und will U Dr. MUes' In (tie Kirk a --rood AatiiW aVJat. re l.nVi Kentucky Is approaching tho four tho conduct of a candidate free from Wr-NO PLATFORM IS criticism? Tho article copied, as million mark In Indebtedness. rninny Ohio county people know, Is of humble not the worst one published by that ADOPTED BY DEMOCRATS No such exhibition KBtord ccordlnB to law at tk ro.totflc. mull niittr ot th Mcond "crow eating" was ever furnished to paper. rttorl. Kj., It charges bribery In the priKontiirklnna ns Richard W. Knott. mary ntui offers to prove It, If given a 1 .. ' b.omcxt ' M:ir Prnrl.iop!eHtor of the LouIbvIHo Evening Post,- chance. A suit for libel at Owens- - Convention Adjourns in Disorder Is In order, If these grave char following the leadership of liable- boro Without Acting on Report . man. Stanley and the crowd whlcli ges are false. They cannot be sneer . . .. 10 ,.,... cd away as mere "personal" attacks Addresa all communication of Committee. Hartford Republican. by Mr. Matthews, nor anyone else. from the stage. Hlngo was not bound by tho Mr. statute In his contest case. He didNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Wo suggest to Commonwealth's It Is claimed by many persons nberibfr iloirinR th pmrnt to n new attorney Hlngo that candidate Tan- - n't have to rely on n technicality. He present that the Democratic Con. rfdm.mBrtidwth.oMrridrw.mwaUnBtl.. . ft nMcg m Mm should have courted nu Investigation. vention Tuesday adjourned without !nIin'.i.ocnNnn.iXoti-ooper line and r.c! "too soon" may have violated some This was no ordinary law Biilt. His adopting n platform. criminal law also, In the promises. opponent had charged that he had pr u tar ench tiiMiiionui At first glance the Idea of n platObltSM-lmlleoliltlnnnnilOnnliIThitikiftr jf gQ( )t W01,J scrVe him right to secured his nomination by fraud and form convention falling to adopt a one b..oth,hve ,h.m.. indicted ..by t..in of the bribery. byMr. Hlngo escaped the tes- platform seems too absurd for cred., ... .. . "" ailTrrtlKemrnt. taking advantage of n judges goouin grumi juries, vjui timony l'T linn. ence, but conditions will elucidate. Now, Mr. Herald, this Anonjinoun coramunicntionii win receive no down the Statutes, Ben, and see what technicality. nilttce on permanent or- T,lic Mention in Ight be done with a contestant, is no personal attack on Mr. Hlngo or t inn rnnnrfnn tint rnndv mitt As we have stated ' who dares serve his notice "too Judge Dlrkhcad. . " soon herctofore.we are personally fond of' """" "am 1S3 Cumtorlani both of them. However, they are s.tvu mm', uiu ruiiuuiK oi me report CO Faimeia' M'u.fu.a.l of the committee on resolutions. AfCol. Woodson Intimates that ho both asking the peoplo to continue got It In the neck because ho voted them in offlce eighteen yenrs. Wo ter the rending of that report a delFRIDAY, SF.PTKMHL'K 10. i.li.i. we have a right to at least no- egate moved to postpone further ac may bo think for McDcrmott. There on It as the committee on pertice what is being generally said of tion other reasons, Colonel. While organization was ready to re-- i Repub- their conduct in obtaining their nom manent Is big enough for a port. Motion n creed to. In fact If we have no such right, and inations. lican National Committeeman tho platform could not be adopted Stnte chairman, we doubt whether will the Hartford Herald please en permanent organization or not it could hold Democratic Na- lighten its readers by mentioning before the was affected. tional Committemnn Woodson and some of the facts. Heport of the committeo on permaState Chairman Hager. This sugnent organization read and apoptcd. They Failed to Salute. may be gestion is made for what it II. H. Cherry introduced as In all our observations of Demo- Prof. worth to Col. Woodson In arriving permanent chairman nnd speaks to at the true reason for such an un- cratic conventions we have never seen tho convention, after which Senator called for, as well as unexpected one so void of enthusiasm as the James and several members ot the stroke of lightning, from a clear sky platformless convention which broke platform committee spoke for the at the close of a balmy and "harmon- up in a riot. The "Biggest Man In resoultions. Speeches by Stanley, the United States,' Senator Ollle ious" day. James, used all his vocal power and Cohen nnd others followed, but in Edwin P. Morrow, the Republican campaign genius to start the needed the meantime Senator Beckham, who in attendance at the REPUBLICAN TICKKT. nominee for governor, opened his enthusiasm but It came not; he hnd not been night session, came in and was inlegcampaign at Bowling Green Monday, spoke of the great constructive Up to troduced to tho convention. For Governor Edwin P. Morrow. and from Democratic newspaper re- islation but the usually faithful this time the well oiled steam roller soup For Lieutenant Governor Lewis ports the crowd must have been all horde could recalionly the had not slipped a cog. that could have been desired. The houses of last winter and the thous- Stanley creaked or JO. Walker. had personally directed every For Secretary of Stutc James P. speech is a masterful arraignment ot ands of idle people now roaming the movement. The body of the delethe mismanagement of Kentucky's streets of cities, hungry and Jobless, gates know Lewis. care less nbout little affairs by the Democrats. It Is sim- while tho country abounds in rich what was being and of Public Accounts For Auditor done. The removal ply specific harvests, nnd green vegetables are unanswerable. His .Edward A. 'Weber. of national committeeman, Urey unFor State Treasurer Win. A. charges against Supt. Hamlett, who more plentiful than ever before but Woodson, Stnte Chairman Vansant is now the nominee for Secretary of beyond the reach of the man out of Hunte. and W. B. White and A. G. Rhea, For Clerk Court of Appeals Earl State, are astounding and will pro- work. They could recall having seen members at large of the State Cenenormous in- this summer green beans being ofduce a sensation. The C. Huntsman. tral Committee, the most unprecedpotatoes For Attorney General T. B. Mc crease In the State debt, with raise fered at 15c per bushel,cabbage at ented and d political roband In salaries and increase in needless $1.25 per barrel and Gregor. bery over attempted by a convention For Superintendent of Public In- offices cannot be denied by Mr. Stan- onions around 50c per barrel and- was made without a voice of protest. ley, for he has already made the same hearing the complaints of the marketstruction R. P. Green. Senator Beckham is a skilled politiFor Commissioner of Agriculture, charges in his primary campaign. men that his receipts were insufficient cian, and seeing his party headed for No applause Now he is running on a ticket made to pay tho hauling. labor and Statistics William C. up to reconsider the he largely of the men who have came. The great voice of "the Big the rocks ,en moved Eanna. " nau Jusl f88 " gest" reverberated through the hall aca,ln For R. R. Commissioner C. M. hleped deplete the Treasury and are in removing from its leader simply rotating from one Job to an- and fell on the audience like a wet JBarnett. blanket, much, we irraglne as have ship its most trusted generals. Then For Circuit Judge- R. W. Slack. other. DAM, KY. ' the efforts of the Russian generals Hell broke loose. Beckham was i For Commonwealth's Attorney C. hissed from the stage. Lest worst Why should the Democratic plat- when trying to rally their army to J3. Smith. things happen, a resolution to ad-- 1 For State Senator Albert Leach. form makers attempt to take all the stay inevitable defeat. was quickly adopted. In a remained for Senator Beckham Journ It For Representative L. L. Embry. credit for the State law giving aid to advocated tho Protecive poller for moment of confusion and of appro - clared next week? the Tho war trade is merely a stop the Industry. For Circuit Court Clerk Wallace counties for road building? The law to give them a chance to show bos- -. hension of worse things to come the It is unnecessary to real spirit which hovered in the was introduced and championed by a H. Riley. lost sight of the report gap. With return of peace we shnll state who advocnted the policy. It j convention Republican and voted for by almost oms of the host and until he appeared ot the committee on resolutions and be Just as we were before, subject to was adopted. Tin plnte mills sprang all Republicans in the General As- their temperature was below normal it is claimed adjourned in confusion whatever impairment of energy and up nnd millions or dollars were paid Furious and protracted wars some- sembly. Besides it was advocated nrwl lltfiv Imrl rpfnspil tn snlntn tho wl,hout ,akl,,g actlon on the rePrt resources our belligerent competitors out to American labdr. Our money times bring glory, but always widows by their 1911 platform. Unless it ling, but when roused by him with the may have suffered. remained at home and all got the that "Watchful Waitis well administered there will be proposition .and orphans. A Medicine Chet For 23c. Let no one deceive himself. No benflt of It. Tho drain was stopped ing" was the advice of the ninety-fiv- e no credit for anyone. This is when In this chest you have an excel- destruction by war is possible which nnd Europe was the loser by th thousand Democrats who voted lent remedy for Toothache, Bruises, will not be replaced by a year or policy. When a man Is counting the prob- It may be made a blessing or an Inju able cost of matrimony these times he ry. The bare law itself merely rais- against Stanley, the whiskey candi- Sprains, Stiff Neck, Backache Neu- two of peace. And if one Imagines This Incident was well remembered venralgia, Rheumatism nnd for most that the prodigious debts which will by the older citizens of tho United should not forget to add the alimony. es tho taxes of every tax payer in date, they fired on it with a geance and pandemonium reigned. emergencies. Kentucky five cents on the hundred One 25c. bottle of tie outstanding will Impair ability to States. There are some who may What would Germany have done dollars worth of taxable property. A torpedo had been launched from a Sloan's Liniment does it all this compete in trade, let him remember claim that by this act we mado a few tor ammunition If we hadn't made Wo have heard it charged that the submarine and the Democratic ship because these ailments are symtoms, that it is only by Increased energy millionaires. Is it not fnr better to so much for those Russian fortress- fund Is being consumed by an army began to scuttle and 'is now propell- not diseases, and arc caused by con- in Industry and trade can thoso debts make a few millionaires than thotis- of boy civil engineers on high salar ing herself with difficulty toward gestion and inflamation. es? If you be met, and that both the nations nnds of paupers? Bay City (Mich.) ies, and that the work Is being hin- the mouth of Salt River where she doubt, nsk those who use Sloan's and tlieir creditors will agree In fl- National Farmer. on the 2nd of Novem- Liniment, or Justice Hughes may go clown in dered, or stopped, in many places by will be beached better still, buy a 25c. uuiiviiiu uiu means ui paying iieut I .history as the one man who always their whims and hair splitting decis- ber. Ky Sun. bottle and prove It. All druggists. 3 before providing for any other obItilloiiMicwH and Constipation. consistently swatted the Presiden- ions. It may be too soon to claim ject. San Francisco Chronicle. It Is certainly surprising that any measure, or at least credit for this Notice. tial bee. woman will enduro the misernblo for its administration. We may Centertown, Ky., Sept. 4, 1915. 'celings rauM'O by biliousness and Program. OUSTING OF PARTY speaks of tho have to class these Assistant Road The Courier-JournEditors Hartford Herald: In the Kentucky Good Itoads Day Sept. 'onstlpatlon, when relief is so easily Engineers, employed at the expense OFFICIALS DKNOU.VCKD. de"Noble" Stanley. Well that Owensboro Messenger of August 2S, 15, 1915. Convention Hall 2 o'clock had at so little expense. Mrs. Chas. 1915, on the front page, Is printed p. m. fends upon who Is looking at him. of this road fund, along with Mr. Peck, Gates. N. Y. writes: "About The Democratic platform Ask Woodson, Vanzant, Rhea and Stanley's Deputy Fire Marshals, whom an nrtlclo saying that I and 21 otha year ago I used two bottles of Invocation Rev. Eugene Foote. adconvention has met and described as infesting the State ers were to he tried the next day for White. Address of Welcome Hon. J. V. Chamberlain's Tablets and they curlike a gang of buzzards. journed. It would be better decoying Wm. Barnes from Butler Newman, Com'r. of Agriculture on ed mo of biliousness and constipahad It not met. It would bo county and whipping him brutally. behalf of the State Hoard of Agricul- tion." Obtainable everywhere, The recent special term of the Ohio m The following from tho Hartford better had Mr. Stanley and Circuit Court was more noted, to The statement is absolutely false, as ture. his associates, who received I was never charged with whipping those of us on the ground, for the Herald is unfair and entirely misrep The People Get What They Vote For. Responses Hon. Harry A. in the primary the commiscases It didn't try, than for these it resents this paper: Barnes by the grand Jury or any one The peoplo rulo and they get what The Hartford Republican goes sions to lead the party, let did try. else except this paper, and had no "Good Roads" Hon. A. O. Stan- they vote for prosperity or adverout of Its way and without cause verdict of the primary be the knowledgo of the affair until it was ley. sity. It Is the same old contest-tla- t makes an unkind personal attack platform. It would be much The Kentucky Democracy is willover. The Owensboro paper having confronted the peoplo In 1SC0, thnf Address Hon. Ed. Morrow. upon .Messrs. Birkhead and Hlning to break another one of those better for party success not to refused to retract the statement af"Hoad Economics" Mr. J. J. To- - elected Lincoln, Grant, BenJ. llnrrl- go tho former (through the have the platform as enunciatThe Baltimore platform planks. ter I notified them of its falsehood, bin, U. S. Government Expert, Olllco so"' wll,'am McKlnley, Hoosevelt Owensboro News) because he did ed than to have the revelation, State convention endorsed the PresI ask you to print this letter. of Public Roads, Washington D. C. I"1"1 Taft' aml tl,os0 standpatters nnd given by the committee on ornot call n special term of court ident for a second term. I have sued this Owensboro paper "Growth of Hoad Sentiment nnd ! tnelr Principles aided In promoting" to Investigate ganization, of the intention to alleged election for this libel, and only'ask that pub- Value of tho Present Hoad Laws" tho world's best and most prosperous proscribe all Democrats not Irregularities, and the latter Tho wife of the new Secretary of lic Judgment may bo suspended until Hon R. C. Terrell, Thrlco In that period State Commission, government. hecauso his attorneys invoked in harmony with tho present State has restored wine and banishthe case can bo tried. the Jnwsmlths and dcstructlonlsts er of Public Roads. tho plain letter of the law In his leaders. ed grape Julco from Stato dinners. FRANK ALLEN. Chairman Col. H. J. Mcllrydo, of elected Presidents, and thrlco destruc Maybe wo can now have soino dipdefense of Tanner's contest suit. Tho platform as promulgatAdvertisement. tlvo Congresses, and tho periods of Louisville. Judge Birkhead called a special It ed Is a disappointment. lomatic luck with Mexico. Vice Chairman Mr. Chns A. Bar- tho Nation's greatest distress wcro In panel of the grand Jury, which presents some most valuable Tho Wur Takes the Place ot a Tariff. ker, of Pembroke. 1893-189nnd under tho present planks, but Is Indefinite in The Louisville dally Herald readhas Just adjourned, to investiAs to the homo market tho wur low Tariff policy that gives roferenco gate all kinds of wrongdoing. ers are being treated to a series of statement, argumentative in takes tno place or n Tariff, and a to Asiatic, African and European pautone and resonant with siThe editor of tho Republican Is very high Tariff at that. Bofore the tho most cutting, searching and nbly per lubor. Thoso knocking on Ren lawyer. lence on questions that are ot He must know that written editorials, Just now, on Kenwar Important lines of American FLETCHER'S publicanism as In 1912, nro tucky Democracy and her leadermoment to the state Lexingafter tho statute had been cited manufacture were suffering greatly for the Wilson-Bryanlsnnd the ship. In tho Tanner-Rlng- o ton Herald. (Dem.) contest suit from tho effects of the Democratic Is clear cut for tho party or no suit thero was no basis Tariff and tho weakest seemed likely What It Means. prosperity; or for tho party of low upon which to continue action o o o o o oooo o o o o o o If it is a fact that thu Democratic to be forced out of business. Tho What does freo Biigar mean to the Tariffs, closed Industrials, freo soup in tho matter, as the presiding State Convention failed to put the holding ot our domestic markets will growers ot sugar beets In tho United houses as for past two winters, adoption of the platform to a vote, Judge ruled. be a matter of legislation. It means utter ruin. Not only plications at homo and nbroad, high-dorl K((1 or Stolen, As all our readers know, wo mado It spell ruin to tho growers of or Income the only transaction was tho turning So will tho foreign trade, for that One flvo ear old, bay horse iinl-and war taxes, nnd a bank-sug- ar out of Woodson, Vanzant, Rhea and no "personal" attack on either Judgo Finder pie wis return to or notify J. matter, but assuming legislation beets, but It means that tho nipt treasury. South Kansas (Kan.) White. But that was enough. Re- Birkhead or Mr. Ringo. Wo copied A. "Bllbro, Hartford and recelvo re- which will put Americans on an iiiuuuy mvesieu in ougar mills will Tribune, publicans have no kick coming. and article from tho Owensboro News ward. equality with foreign competitors, be lost. which made certain charges against Somo years ago there was considerthere will still be serious problems. Fine Farm For Sale. At the close of court last week tho Judgo and In an editorial wo call Trade In war materials is profit- able agitation over tin pinto. This Irish Not Taught. A tract of flno bottom land conwitnesses for tho State sold their ed on him to answer them in tho paMrs. Murphy Sure an' me name able while it lasts, but a sudden country was Importing tin plate in taining 120 ncres adjoining the city cents on the per. Has he done so? Was this a Is spilled great quantities. Tho tin nlato In. of Hnrtfnnl ftnn.1 ,iu.llltiir aIc. . claims for seventy-fiv- e h y, sou. Yez wint peaco would disorganize American dollar. This Is tho lowest shaving personal attack on him? Under Its t' school, dlden yez? almost as badly as the out- dustry was unknown In tho United ' much of tho land In high state of$ Taper Boy Yes mam, but they break of the war. What would States. Somo of those familiar with cultivation, for State claims hero in twenty present management this paper has ' .years. There is no telling when never made a "personal" attack on don't teach Irish ill do school I go thoso do who are now manufactur- the possibilities of this Industry For terms and price apply to and lliey will be paid, as the State of anyone, and will never do so. But is tub. ing powder and shot If peace were de- - what it meant to the United States, Otf. C. M. BARNETT, ABt. Hartford Republican. I Plowing Time! OLIVER RIDING BREAK- ... ft Wheat sowing season will soon roll around. Don't put off your plowing until the last minute. BUY YOURSELF A NEW ING PLOW and enjoy real luxury in plowing. inn-riio- I . 'Kii't": ! - "k"" ro J J high-hande- It does the work so perfectly and with so little effort on the part of your team that you are always in a happy frame of mind when plowing with the Oliver. If you don't know positively that these statements are absolutely true, ask any farmer who has used an Oliver. If he doesn't tell you they are true in every sense of the term, don't buy the plow. A telephone call will bring our demonstrator to your field and he will show you how a real plow operates. A demonstration places you der no obligation to buy. It must please you and do your work to your entire satisfaction or we don't want to sell it to you. I E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER . ! ooooooooooooooo al Som-mer- s. 7, Children Ory CASTO Rl A to-da- y, uo coin-State- s? es . A' , . mm y fr Major J, C. Her Is the proud father of a second Ron who was born Wednesday night. Ten and a half pounds Dr. Taylor attending Is the weight. physician. Mr. Arthur Frelvogel returned to his home In Mnscoutah, III, Wednesday. Ills wife and little son will remain a whllo longer at the homo of AUSPICIOUS OPENING COLLEGE OF HARTFORD M& rI 'HE name of r . " Much Enthusiam At Beginning Of Its Thirty-Sixt- h Ed.V. Price & Co. in your clothes is a guaranty of satisfaction ana live value. Let us snow you. (iV JLmwsmsLi I V- - - .v LW a IKVi? If. 1 her parents. Year The aviator who Is (n ituiko the flights at tho Ohio County Fair licrc will probably arrive Saturday or Mini Hartford College began Its thirty-sixtLaird. Uo day. Ills nanio Is year of work with splendid Is on to alf"tlio latest stunts and will prospects on Monday, September C. Kite us thrills aplenty. A large number of patrons, and In Lewis L. Walker, Republican can- terested friends, the entire Hoard ofi didate for Lieut. Governor will ad- Education nnd several former pupils dress the voters at Fordsvllle, Sat- wero present. Rev. Creal, pastor of urday Sept. 18lh. As notice of this tho Baptist church conducted devospeech was given at tho last minute tional exercises, after which Mr. Orr h Clothing Company HubHARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. LUMBER. dnr Shingles Extra Fine Quality. SHINGLES. Red Cedar lasts well. 444444 Co- - : J 3 $ We cordially invite you to be present at our Fall opening beforo going to press wo could not glvo It the desired space. Saturday, September 1. Mrs. Mary Lynch is with us again this season and will be pleased to show you the latest in Millinery for Wo citizens of Hartford enjoy our trips to tho Post Offlco since It has moved to tho new location on the Southwest corner of Main and Center streets. This 'Is the part of the olllco buildings which was last occupied by the Hartford Drug Co. t early fall wear. Will have on display our entire line of Fall Merchandise. A day devoted exclusively to showing you these new goods. Don't forget the , day, SATURDAY, SEPT. 1 1 and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. . JAZ&6G Mrs. Anne Steel returned home Tuesday from an extended visit to relatives In Evansvllle. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. Tho Ohio County Fair will comprise three days this year, but they Ii., II. & ST. L. R. It. TIME TABLE. will be better than ever. No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8: 32 p.m. Farmers, bring your wheat to the No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7: 30 a. m. Ellis Milling Co's mill and get some No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3: 40 p. m. of the best Flour made. Ar. Irvlngton . 5: 35 p. m. Wanted: Two girls to help with Lv. Irvlngton . 5: 5G p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7 40 p.m. cooking and housework. Address Dr. No. Ill Lv. Louisville . 8 :35 a.m. L. U. Bean, Hartford, Ky. Ar. Irvlngton . .10: :06 a. m. Miss Lillie Ralrd, of Louisville Lv. Irvlngton .10 :40 a. m. was the guest of Mrs. R. E. Lee Ar. Ellmltch .. l: 04 p. m. first of tho week. M., The room has been completely renovated and presents a very pleasing appenrance. Mr. E. "iTTsiTellleld kilted an unusually large rattlesnake near Ross Rime last Sunday. The reptile was threo feet and nine Inches long. That doesn't sound so big but one. must remember that ratlcsnakcs arc short and thick and one three feet long Is a monster. This one had swallowed an almost grown chicken. Six rattles and a button were the warning signals. Monday Sept. 13th has been suggested as tho proper time and Hartford tho place to do street repair work by the citizens repairing crossings drain and filling tho boles in streets nearest their homes or places of business. Several citizens have agreed to furnish teams and close up their places of business and work. The town authorities will furnish materials. Have you got the fever? Boost! PROF. GRKK.V TO SPEAK HERE R. P. Green, the Republican candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction will speak at Hurt for Saturday, September 18th. Mr. Green is an able speaker ami Mill undoubtedly Interest tho voters of Ohio County. m tpi and Mrs. Creal rendered some enjoyable musical numbers on the violin and piano. Mr. Henry Carson, of the Roard of Education, expressed his gratification at the large number of out-o- f town students entering school, the Hoard's appreciation of tho hearty support of the county patrons nnd their confidence In the ability of the faculty and their earnestness In the .work nnd upbuilding of the school. Col. Harnett stressed the fact that tho members of the Hoard were behind the teachers In everything, In sympathy with nil their work and In hearty with every advancement made. Prof. Hrown, after outlining the year's work, pledged the best efforts on the part of the faculty and expressed his strong belief In the coming year being the best in the history of the school. With the loyal support of the Hoard, the interest shown by the patrons nnd indeed by the entire town nnd the earnestness manifested by the student body, tho prospects are very flattering. Rev. Napier, Supt. Shults, Prof. Leach and others made short talks to the Wo have received fresh cars of Yellow Pine Lumber and Red Special prices on Barbed Wire. Light Cattle $1.75 per spool, 80 Rods Light Hog $1.85 per spool, 80 Rod? F. O. H. Fordsvllle. Write or 'phono us. Wo can ship quicklr. Trr tbem. FORDSVILLE PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY t ! el, Jake Wllnon, Mgr. FORDSVILLE, KY. students. Classifications were completed and lessons assigned and the regular rou tine of work commenced on Tuesday. A large senior class of twenty-fou- r girls nnd boys will finish this year. The enrollment In all the departments was slightly in excess of 250. High The following School pupjls have matriculated: Misses Eva Butler, Fordsvllle; Willie Llndley, Matanzas; Evelyn Clark, Mazle Clark, Sunnydale; Sallle Coleman, Paradise; Myra Gray, Logan-spor- t; Ruby Dunn, Cromwell; Lula Sullenger, Irma Carter, Concord; Dena Rial, Clarice Ward, Sophia Ward, Connie Ralph, Nocreek; Amelia Harnett, Rosethlyn Collins, Hartford; Gladys Bennett, Geneva Brown, Mills, Bcda; McHenry; Gustlne Messrs. Leon Bishop, Mack Benton, Centertown; James Coleman, Paradise; Ellis Bell, Matanzas; Archie Hrown, Rockport; Halley Gray Mad-doCentral City; Charley Ward, Leslie Hagerman, Walker Carter, Concord; Gilbert Westerficld, No creek; Pearl Sanderfur, Hartford; J. Hcfiin, H. Igleheart, John Riley Hcflln. Notes. Mr. Levi Coleman, of the class of '10, now of Birmingham, Ala, was present at opening Monday. patrons Among tho present were Mrs. Claude Maddox, Central City; Messrs. Jesse Byars, Friedland; Joe Hagermon, James Carter. Concord; Mrs. Attye Griilln, Louisville. A large representation of tho class of 1915 wero in attendance. Mr. Orr has organized a class in violin and hopes to arrange for a school orchestra. The faculty urge all interested to visit the school often and see the class room work. pupils A number of will enter during the next two weeks. The class In Physics will not begin their laboratory work until next week. Faculty meetings will be held on Friday of each week. out-of-tox, No-cree- k; out-of-toout-of-to- Hartford Republican. Sim-merm- an II. & E. It. R. TIME TABLE. St4 8:45 a. m. they will sell for $30 each Duo at Hartford Mrs. M.lT Heavrln left Tuesday No. 114 North Round, 0:15 p. ni. for Louisville where she will visit Duo at Hartford her sister, Mrs. L. R. Roscnfield. "Mixed Trains.) (Roth W. E. Ellis" &flfoThavo threo o ply of Clover Seed and other field POND RUN. For Hran nnd Shlpstuff see W. E. seeds to sell at reasouable prices. There was n large crowd at No. 19 8t4 as Ellis & Rro., Hartford Ky. return- Schoolhouse last Friday. Dinner Mrs. Clarence Walker-hEllis Milling Co. guarantee every ed to her home in Louisville after wns served on ground and there was having visited Mr. and Mrs. A. W. a ball game between the school boys sack of their Uluo Ribbon Flour. and teachers which resulted in a 5 youTstock ready for tho great Logan. Get the' well known Dapbreak to 1 victory for the teachers. 1C, 17 & 18. For Ohio County Fair, Sept. There was a largo crowd at tho call or phono In your orbig bArgalns lnReal Estate Fertilizer For picnic at Williams Mines Grove Mon-dnder. Prices right. seo Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, ACTON RROS. 7tt 8tf Ky. Miss Pearl Robinson, of Enis is Mr. Howard Glenn left for LexingBen-no- tt visiting her cousin, Miss Simla RoThere was oorn to Mrs. Ross ton Tuesday where ho will enter the of Grahum last Sunday a lino College of Civil Engineering of State binson. Miss Fannie Lawrence of Green-vlll- o boy. University. returned home Sunday after visguest of Miss PoppbTNEll is tho Largo stoc-k- Red Clover Seed, iting friends near Hopewell. and family of Mrs. B. M. Miller Northern Rye and Timothy Seed. Mr. Jim Shemwoll, of Cleaton vis' Wo aro In position tp glvo low prices. ited his sister, Mrs. J. A. Tomerllu guest 8t2 W . E. ELLIS & RRO. Miss Mattyo Sanderfur is 40 Saturday night. of her sister, Mrs. Shultz, of Pleasant Up To liatcKorTTsniobth shavo, Miss Pearl Hrown, of McHenry, nidge. hair cut, visited Miss Carrie Russell Saturday clean bath, Mr. Glenn flames left Tuesday for Shampoo and finest tonics, Riley's and Sunday. Gt4 Misses Edna and Novla Ross were Elkton where he will uttend school barber shop Is tho place. o" some. In- guests of Miss Shula Robinson Sun-da- y at V. T. S. All Indications point-t. Try a sock of Uluo Ribbon, best teresting races at the Ohio County afternoon. Mr. Charlie Decker and family, of patent Flour, mado by the Ellis Fair this year. Several horses with 8t4 widely known 'reps' aro already Simmons visited Mr. Will Tomerlln Milling Co. Saturday and Sunday. King aim Dr. L. D. hero. Miss Frouto Miss Olllo Render of Illinois visitand chilMrs. Emory Schrocter spent tho day In Owensboro Bean from a visit to ed Miss Carrlo Russell tho latter part dren have returned Wednesday. Co.,"" Hartford. Mrs. Schroeters brother, Mr. M. D. of last week. I Tho Ellis Milling Mr. James William Coleman and as well as retail .Thomas at Morgan, Ky. Mr. E. P. Ky.. wholesale Cole- -' Thomas had also been visiting his wife, of Shakertown visited Mr. their products. 'son Mr. M. D. Thomas and returned I man's sister, Mrs. Liza Robinson by tho You caiTgcTFlour made Sunday and Monday. growith Mrs. Schroeter. . Milling Co. from most any Ellis 8U Mall mo your order at onco for Farm For Sale. cer In Hartford. Louis- Fine Raw Bono ,.?1,55 por 100-lbEighty acres of good land containMrs. Z. WoymTarimnrof ing dwelling, barn and other outguest of her sister, Mrs. Deof Dlood and ville Is tho . $1.20 per 100-lbbuildings, situated on Hartford and Bono Hooker Williams. 70 per 100-lb- s Rockport road. Well ami spring on mention of Acid Phosphate Mr. Wallace" Riley, paper Raw Phosphate .. ..40 per 100-lbfarm. Church, and schoolhouse near. whoso Illness waa made In this slowly Fine Ground Lime . ..20 per 100-lbFor price, terms, etc, cal or address more last week lfl Improving D. L. D. SANDERFUR, BARNETT & SON, Agts. convales- Uian va8 expected but is Hartford, Ky. Beaver Dam, Ky. 34tf 8t3 y. Chi-'cag- o. s. Bouth Round, No. 115 W. E. Ellis & Rro, have threo Farmer's Favorlto Wheat Drills that Ohio County Fair. Arangemtns aro going forward stead ily for the i;reat Ohio County fair which will begin Sept. 16th and continue three days. Vast improve meats are being made to the grounds No moro beautiful and buildings. grounds are to be found in Kentucky. Situated on the shores of Rough River with a natural grove, which has been the admiration of thousands of visitors, the site furnishes a most delightful place for a few days rest and enjoyment among old friends and acquaintances. The amphitheatre has been rebuilt Improvements to all and general buildings. Good premiums and purses are offered in all departments. Special attractions nover before seen In Ohio County have been provided. A fine band will be on hand to furnish music each day. No ono can afford to miss the great Ohio County fair this year. Remember tho dates, Sept. 16, 17 and 18th. . IMPORTANT NOTICE. When you conio to the fair ne.xt week don't full to can at tho Sheriff's olllco and pay your tuxes and thereby have tho penalty. 8. O. KEOWN, Sheritr Ohio County. 2t Ico Cream Supper. tho The Ladles Rural Club of Washington neighborhood will glvo an lco cream supper at S. F. Wallace's residence, Tuesday night, September 14. Proceeds to go for benefit of church. Everybody Invited. Good Roads Meeting. The Olilo County Good Roads' Association met at Rockport Saturday, Sept. 4th, with a largo attendance of very enthusiastic members and citizens together with an equally enthusiastic delegation from tho South sldo of Green River reaching as far as Greenville, every town along tho line was represented. Judge T. J- - Sparks of Greenvillo outlined the experience of tho Good Roads' Association of his couuty and ........ s. s. s. stated that every member of the As- mons; J. F. Miller, R. C. Refd, Jno, sociation was really surprised at the T. Jackson, S. L. Fulkerson, Sam Fo-gA. B. Kevll, 55. Hassel, J. I. Ho-slc- k, over tho enthusiasm manifested County nnd after the first meeting all Urey Had en A. D. Park, Rockthat was necessary when a Good port; S. J. Tichenor, McHenry; A. Dl Roads Meeting was wanted was to Klrki Vernon Llgon, Hartford. merely give a few days notice nnd Respectfully. GUY STATLER, Sec they would have a large attendance. The Judge In speaking about the Ohio County Good Roads Associaproject of our association to build tion. what will be known as tho Du Pont Highway from Beaver Dam to CenTeachers Meeting. tral City, stated In very strong terms The teachers' In I.ducational Dir. that he would speak for Muhlenburg No. 3 will meet at Hartford CoIIego County and meet us half way and on Sept. 11, 1915, with the followeven if necessary come over Into our ing program. County and help inject enthusiasm 9 O'clock called to order by Presinecessary to make this road a suc- dent. cess. 9:30 Devotional, Rev Napier. County Attorney, W. H. Gray, of 9:50 Roll call. Answer by quoGreenville made a very strong talk tations from R. W. Emerson. 10:00 Reading of Minutes or and agreed to back all the statements made by the Judge Sparks previous meeting. 10:10 Welcome address by H. K. and wound up his speech by saying: "We will meet you at the River." Brown. 10:25 Response by J. W. Kirk. Mr. Gray was followed by Mr. H. P. Taylor of Hartford who has prov10:40 Is it practlcar for Agriculen to be one of our strongest boos- ture and Domestic Science to bo ters of Good Roads. Every time we taught in the Rural School. Mrs. Ira hear from Mr. Taylor, he waxes more Day and Mrs. Gertrude Funk. eloquent and puts more strength In 11:30 Methods of Checking tho his arguments that everyone should use of Tobacco, Prof V. M. Crowder wake up to the fact that we cannot and James Hamilton. live in this progressive age without Noon modern and up to date roads. Mr. 1:15 Address by Supt. Oxa& Taylor was followed by Judge Jno. Shults. B. Wilson with some very forceful 1:45 How may the teacher asand interesting remarks stating also sist in good roadmovements, C that the time was ripe for action; Smith, A C. Baughn and Prof. Hevy that we should go to work at once to Leach. get some results from the labors of 2:10 How to teach a Successful the Association. Dr. E. W. Ford moonlight School, L. G. Barnctt and does not hesitate to let it be known M. T. Gentry. in very strong terms that he is a 2:30 How shall we Deal with a Good Roads Booster. Mr. L. L. Rebellious and Disobedient child, by Stewart, General Manager of the Mc- Misses Cllffle Felix, Leila Glenn and Henry Coal Co., proceeded in his us- Bessie M. Wright. ual way of using the most flowery 2:10 Closed by General Discuslanguage that can be selected and sion by the body. T llf VTDTT clearly demonstrated to the gathering O.TJ. CARSON" that every time he opened his mouth Mr. Stewart Is he said something. MATTIE 'WILSOJf very anxious to assist In every way Committee to build the Du Pont Highway which will go through probably two of the ANNOUNCEMENT. mining camps In which he is interested. After hearing nil the speakers, the Association at once proceeded to business quickly agreeing on the 27th and 2Sth of Sept. to be road working days. This work to apply on the Du b Pont .Highway from Beaver Dam to Central City. The names of the Committee of Location nre as follows: Judge John B. Wilson, T. H. Benton, Engineer; R. II. Shelley and Orvillo Taylor and Guy Statler. Soliciting committees were appointed all along the route to solicit patrons of the road who will agree to lend their j io me I'uuiic: i nave uougut oi assistance on these days. It Is ex- Mr. E. HIrkhead the farm agency pected that the ladles will prepare of tho Continental Insurance Com- dinner for all of those who work. pan j-- and will continue to write farm Tho Locating Committee will Immed- property in the Continental in this iately go to work on this Highway county nnd Dutler. and get same staked off and get it The Continental Is and old estab divided Into sections and complete lished company and needs no Introorganization of teams and labor to duction to the people of Ohio countho best advantage. ty. It has a capital of moro than The business houses along the line two millions of dollars and has been will all close and the Association has doing business for many yenre. Dur-tho promise of numbers o( teams I ing all of the timo that It has been and men already. It Is hoped that writing farm property in this county everyone will together and it has never had a lawsuit and al- make this the most successful road though it has had hundreds ot working day that has been Inaugu- losses, no one hns ever had to suo to rated In this State. collect his loss. I I will have an ofllco in Hartford The following list of names arc those who have Joined our Associa- and will continue tho practice of law X j in collection with my insurance. tion since our lustmeetlng: will huvo good solicitors in tho L. L. Stewart, McHenry; Jess Bur' ger, McHenry; J. L. Jenkins, A. T. county and will appreciuto your bust Baker, Echols; S. J. Glsh, Central ness. When you write your busl- Uty; R. E. Duke, F. L. Felix, Hcbfr ' ness in tho Continental, you know Matthews, W. H. Parks, Marvin you aro safe. It is not experiment. Thanking the peoplo for their Ealrd, Hartford,; Orvllle H. Ta.or. C. M. Taylor, W, R. Cook, Beaver mnnv nnst favors and bonlutr that I Dam; A. T, Bell, C. L. Dell, Roy King may be favored with your business. Sincerely, O. C. Magan, F. M. Hoover, J. G. I am, I OTTO C. MARTIK. Bell, Buford; Wlllard Lake, Sim J , I. r ifi rK 1 J..-,r..-- . THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, 1915 Biggest Saddle Horse Show in the World Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed nnd Grain, Horticulture, Women's Handiwork, Student's Judging Contest, Farmer Boys' Encampment and Baby Health Contest. ....Trotting and Pacing Races Each Day.... Glean Midway and Grand Fireworks Display. RUTH LAW, Sensational L.ady Aviator doing the "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" "Steep Banking" and many other thrillers every afternoon. 705 Reduced Railroad Rates J. L. DENT, Secretary, For Cataloguo Addrcs3 Taul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. HlHliailBEIlllllllBI 1 VaDderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. lis pationage is widely scat- tered and comqs from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there- fore, reservations should be made early, Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write m 5 J 5 p Advantage of Protective TnrllT Seen. new prospects and thcro followed tlio ' The vast Influence of the European greatest era of industrial developwnr In the development of America ment tho country ever knew. i Is convincingly portrnyed In nn nr-- 1 President McKlnley realized his tlclo hy Edward .Mott Woolley In tho duty as tho "advanced agent of proscurrent number of Everybody's perity." He had no fear of Congress While tho nutbor studiously nvolds In extra session. "Tho peole have i anything thnt snvors of partisan pol- only recently voted that this (a Proitics, the nrrny of facts presented tective Tariff enacted) shall bo done,' leaves no room for doubt that be- lie declared In his Inaugural, "and cause tho European war Is a more nothing Is moro binding upon the e agents of their will than tho obligaInvincible bar to Imports from than any Protective Tariff could tion of Immedato action." The McKlnley example of prompt ho, It has started American factories and given employment to American achievement Is precisely what th determined shall be labor In enterprises heretofore tilling people pre y the pockets of workmen abroad. Be- iII"Wed ty the Ilo)ibin,i t'rtMt ginning with dyes such as inagancae, .lent mt- - to enter tin WhP ll.vus I!' IT pottery, glnss, creosote, potash, min- in .MnMi lis mime ' (f i lenses for pocket flash no great consequence but !t' eral waters !': ( .osely it lights, silver tinted glass, spectacles,! Pose .s, nip' 1'ie rubber hose, cutlery, crockery, por- bis the M'Kiiiloy iw of quiet' celain, paper novelties nnd toys which Mtoriui; prosperity the more em i 'c n e cast l Imported In Inrgc quail-- 1 will be tlir i 'm.!'1 l wo formerly titles, but which America Is now mak In the (lection of 1010. I.ewlsburgh (Pa.) News. i lug for her home markets of finding substitutes. Xot only that, but the! American products are supplying South American markets, where Imports from Europe have been cut off. Tlio extent to which home producers are profiting by the exclusion of foreign-made goods will bo a serious stumbling block to the Democratic advocates of Increased Importations under low Tariff or Free Trade, but ' ' facts are facts, though only n war upon could forcefully Impress them somo people. Woolley says, "we I haven't conquered American minds. Yet, It Is true, as much of anything ' In tho aggregate, though many things ' Gl'AHANTEKI) SERVICE We arc Just beginning to In units. per cent One hundred light., Tho real battle will be fought value. Special work for W. In November, 191C, when the Amcrl-- i O. W. can people will decide at tho ballot W. - STEVENS, box whether they will retain the ad-- . Hartford, Ky. vantages they have gained, by enR. P. D. 7. Representing Continental acting a Tariff law that will keep Marble & Granite Co. out foreign products after the war is over. Pierce (Neb.) Call. I f En-rop- HOTEL Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law , POWHATAN .WASHINGTON, Will D.C. XOFAMERICANl city where good hotels bound, the Powhatan head! the HARTFORD, KT. praotlcs hit) profturalon In this and adjoining counllca. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty, In Barnes ' Attorneys at Law & Smith Int. , countrymen. It li fitit'ln the heart! ot 111 of. ' I '' I The Towliatan is refined, ami ml fill. Ill excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th anil II Streets, make it a ilelrallc headquarters (or bridal couples, touritt parties, conventions, Schools and , colleges. The Powhatan attracts the people ol culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Natv Dciiirtmrnls, alto to many of Interest, points historical makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub- HAKTFOMD, KY. Miters. V. II. U.trme mid C. 'Smith announce that Uwy havo form-- a partiKTsliip for tlio general irrac-- i ilce of law, exc pt crliiilii.il utul dlvor casus, .Mr. Smith buJug Cotmiy Attor-- I i.y Is prevented frutn praualclttg suci ecuns. Mr. Uariitts will hullviduaJly Of fieri Id .icccjit hucIi practice. Hartford Royubllcan building, Hartford, K" T H.Wli:rit.VTTON (roiiivull, Ky oi roe Ji.xitriM lliu Kuril, K.v. STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession In this and djolulug counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Prompt nnd vigorous1 service- - Notary In office. lic ' TwntsjXsfS The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at $1.10, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, Ji.JO. $3. CO and up. 'Write for booVtct with ruip CLIFFORD M I Manager. LEWIS, O jllHlliMtJiME'l'liliitlM SPECIAL TO WOMEN Tho most economical, cleansing and germicidal of all antiseptics is "vl THAOC-MAnK- S tnmptlT oUnln.vl ml Uetui. !!, or io I . leci..n PATEN ts I t v.r l THAT PAY, lTcmU.MnlUrvuiuij', I snttliflpv utotjcc!i. bml irojeu t holii or iketch for rn C C riirt I on i:nuiiittx jmtf prrtl SUR PASSING Hirer CNCCS. torfn-nmu- l. I- ltjr H.KJH B03.8OS Sovnnth Stroot, on 1 1: its rit to nHaniivuiun, u. c. m MSTHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. Worth Their Weight In Gold. "I hnvo used Chamberlain's Tablets and found them to be Just as represented, a quick relief for heads aches, dizzy spells and other denoting a torpid liver nnd a disordered condition of the digestive organs. They are worth their weight In gold," writes Miss Clara symp-ton- A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed. For Bedding Plants Wedding Decorations, Funeral Designs, Etc., see TAPSCOTT, FLORIST Masonic Templo OWENSBORQ. KY. A. Driggs, Elba, N. Y. Obtainable m everywhere. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches catarrh, Inflammation or ulceration of nose, throat, and that caused by fcmlnlno Ills It has no canal. For ten years the Lydla B. PInkham Medicine Co. has recomtnenfed Paxtlno in their private correspondence with women, which proves Its superiority. Women who havo been cured say It Is "worth Its weight In gold." At druggists. r0c. Jafio bos, or by mall. Tho Paxtoa Toilet Co., Uoston, Mass. in treating u Collier's The ; National Weekly Colljejrls in Clubs Collitt's has been sold at $5.50. Now tlic price is First Time- - Until this year , v. miwsmn WlZIiS THERE Shall It Be an Autoloading or Pump Gun? be had at very low prices. C are many kinds of and Pump guns some to But It is typical of sportsmen thnt tlio great, majority prefer ltemington-UMPump and Autoloading guns in the hands of thcavcrageman. If you shoot at trnpa or In the field, go to the ltemington-UMDealer in your community and let him show you these guns. You n ill know him by his display of the Red ball Mark of Remington' IfilC Sportsmen's Headquurters undiio kiiuw the diflcrcncB in guns. . C China's Industrial Possibilities countries Invariably Protected raise their standard of living, and. In the long run, this works to the benefit of those other countries thereby deprived of a market for certain comodltles. As exporters we lose in Operated by some lines when a nation adopts a Protective Tariff, but we gain when Hotel Company that policy results In increased consumption. N Under New Management America does not sell less, she T. QUISENBERRY. sells more to Canada because that country has put up barriers to ProRates Si. 00, $1.2." and .$1.50 per Dn) tect her home market. Canada, unMeals 25 Cents. der Protection, has developed many industries, increased her national Best In the city for the money. wealth, raised her standard of living Special attention to the traveling and so multiplied her necessities that public. she buys far more from the United States than she would have done un- Directory Onto Cou&ty Planters House Planters der Frfe-Trad- e. OWENSBORO.KY. Sold by your home dealer and 3095 other leading merchants in Kentucky '"' Remington Arms-Unio- n Woolworth Building Metallic Cartridge Co. (233Broadway) New York CIt 5&' &' ter r.,z This Is Hon and It must he the one taken In regard to China If wo want to sell her more goods. Instead of the powers framing a Tariff for her, she must bo allowed to frame It herself, and at once, If she is prepared to en- -, courage home Industry. The awakening of China to her Industrial possibilities Is certain to prove tho most Important economical event of modern times. San i Francisco Chronicle. the larger view of Protec--. I Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they nie the supreme remedy, aa thousands have testified. fi ( NEW I INSURANCE AGENCY I 4 have recently purchased from A. C. Yeisor his recording Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Hartford, .Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. These are nil old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, i 4 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 g Xono i:itial to Cliaiiiliei-Iuln'"I have tried most all of the cough cures and find that there Is nono that equal Chamberlain's Cough Iteinedy. It has never tailed to glvo mo prompt relief," writes W. V. Narnor, Mont-polle- r, Intl. When you havo a cold give this remedy a trial and bco for yourself what a splendid niedlclno It in Is. Obtainable everywhere. wraM" 9SSa it is the best FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND UTOMACK TROUBLE medicine ever sold over a arugGMS counter. CB WILL YOU TAKE OUR 3d Monday In .March, Friday-afte-r , Celebrated (or style, perfect fit, slmpllcitr and nearly 40 3d MouAlay lu June, Friday K relubllltjr and town inyears, hold In iienly ry city the and after 3d Monday In September, I Canjdi, or by mall direct. United Mates than More sold any other make. Send lor lice catalogue. Friday after 3d Monday In DeMcCALL'S MAGAZINE . cember. Jlore subscribers than any cthei (aihlors S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday micaaine million a month. Invaluable. I .at- est styles, pilterm, tlrrssmablnp, inllllnery, alter 3U .Monday In .March,, Wedplain sewing, I inry ncedlcwoik.hai'diesslnc, nesday after 3d Monday In June, etKuette, pood stories, clc. Only W cents Wtfluesday after 3d Motfday In Sepyear (worth doublt), Inclndlnj; a frre pattern. bubscriCe today, or send lor samplo copy. tember, Wedncsdny after 3d Monday In December. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS after Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhead, Judge; lien D. Itlngo, AttoriKiy; P. Mldklff, Jailer; i:. G. Harras,!., publication. Clerk; E. K. Ulrkbead, Master Com9 missioner; R. T. Collins, Truhtee Special Offer to Our Reader Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff. Deputies S. A. Hratcher, Hartford. IteroKnuinc the treat demand (or CuSlwt'i at office deputies .Mrs. S. O. Keown att the new tiicr.ie lute made arrangements it ami our own publication each one ear Ullmore Keown. Court convenes first (or the price of Co'lia't alone. This is a limned Monday In February and continues Oder and must be taken advantage olpromiitlr. three weeks; third Monday In April, Uo weeks; third Monday In October, What You Get in Colli two weeks.' Coffirr't is the one bis, independent, fearler County Court John B. Wilson, v. eekly oi the whole country. Not only is it the Judge; W. C. JUlankenshlp, Clerk; Cood omen's handbook hut it is alto C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. maeaiinc (or the whole (amily. Among the things that a year's subscription gives arci Court convenes first .Monday In each inontii. 1000 Editorials Quarterly Court Begins on the 600 News Photo 250 Short Articles .Monday in every month. first ISO Short Storle. Court of Calms Convenes first 100 llluitrated Featurra 2 Complete NovelTuesday in January and first Tuesday In October. Collier's $2.50) Other County Officers C. S. Mox-loSurvcjor, FortlsWlle, Ky., It. Hnrtford Republican F. D. No. 2; Tom I lines, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Suults, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Ulley, Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Uenton, Uoad Engineer, Hartford. JUSTICES' COHtTS. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after 3d Monday In .March, Tuesday after 3d Monday In Juno, Tuesday nft-c- r 3d Monday In September, Tuesday after 3d .Monday In Decumbor. Ii. A. McDanlel, Rockport, Frida MeCALL PATTERNS y, a concession u hereby we can offer it at a still further reduction in connection nith this, jr s - $Z.5U " l ' I I I V The McKlnley Way. HlBf run-dow- n FREE Treatment I it. C. after Tlcht'nor, 3rd Smith, y Centertown, Monday In each Sat-urda- E. E. BIRKHEAD, Things - Hartford, Ky. We Knock the Spots Out of Ladies' and Men's t When I Garments I I in Louisville STOP AT In a Superior Manner. Send us your Garments and Have Them French Dry Cleaned and Pressed ECKERT'S CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and delivered. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. Ivu Null, Prop. 5th Avenue Hotel FRANK ECKERT, Prop. H.II.ECKERT,Mgr. $1 IIAiroWIlI), KKNTUCKV. Tke Hartford Republican jrear Bd worth It. $1 It's clearly In tho air for 191C. Go down to Philadelphia and see In the W. S. Dean, Dundee. Manufacturers' Club the big portrait 1you mention this paper we will send you after tho second Monday lu of William McKlnley, tho apostle of a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for March, Wednesday after 'M Monday feeling, coughs, pains In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday prosperity, mingle among business that tired, In August, Wednesday after 2d .Mon" chest, bankers, merchants, lungs or night sweats, hemorrhages, weak day lu Novombor. men. farmers, consumption. Hen F. Itice, Foiklsvlllo. Tuesday 4 laboring men and tho railroad peo LOCK BOX 61 ( Thurs- ple, and you will quickly find out OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBUS, 0. , after 2d Monday lu March, uay alter m siomiay m May, Thurswhither wo are drifting. When Wilday after 2d Monday In August, I liam McKlnley entered tho White Thursday alter 2d Monday In NoOVER 6S YEARS' House on March 4, 1897, after four vember. EXPERIENCE Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftyears of Democratic national control, er 2d Monday In March, Friday after the session of Congress to undo the 2d Monday In May, Friday after 3d 1 prosperity-wreckinand doflclt'mak-in- g Monday In .August, Friday after 2d laws ot the preceding four years Monday In November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. was tho first thing determined on. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Ho had tho now Congress In sesTrade Marks Fogle, City Attorney; J. p. Slovens, Designs sion March 1G, had a Protective TarMarshal; Court convenes second MonCopyrights Ac. iff bill through the House March 31, day In each month. Anrone lending a tkttrh nnd deacrlptlnn my opinion (roe whether dii City Council J. C. Her, Mayor; R. and had it enacted Into law on July qulcklr urerlAlu our pniiiMfc Cuniniuiilrn. liiTCHilnn It iirohnMr tlontntrlctlyrunllileiitlal. HANDBOOK oiil'nlnili T. Collins, Clerk; J. B. Bean, Treas24. In other words, In less than five tentfrea. Olilct upnncr furaiiumiirpatenli. urer. Members of Council J. C. Benrmenti taken tbrouitli Munn A Co. rccUit months' tlmo tho Itxclal notUi, without ciiarte, la tua nett, Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate, law was off the statute books and a W. II. aillespie, W. II. Barnes, C. M. Wod-ndsd- for WEAK after I'd Monday In March, TuesJu after 2d Monday In May, Tuesday LUNGS or after 3d Monday In August, after 2d Monday In November. CONSUMPTION month. Winson (BE UcCAIl CO.. to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize olTcis, Address S3 10 2i8 Vf . S7U St.. MW V0B Select, Tuesday Tucs-ida- y ad CURE the L.UKC8I Dr. King's New Discovery WITH FfIR OQUCHS OLDS pnrcE AND ALL THROAT AND Tral Bcttlc Free UING TaOUBlES. g ijjjTjra 'V Scientific Jtotericatn lllntrll GUARANTEED BATISFA0XORY1 U XftUWJSX KKJCUNrjED. PROCURED AND DErCNDeD.18"diuodtl, orAiiiiiurL.liUktorcxixilMi.niiiuilrrerrtxrt.l rm auvk'tf. uuw to obUblu ivuiuta, tras cODjrttfhu,iw., money am vjien tatfaicnl. Patent tad InfHBgamsnt Flctlci Exclutlvdy. Writ or com to us at Hf Mk Rnet, asw Vtital (UU TiUcX C I JJusbttis JirrelulU in aiL eouNrairn. IfaiU'ljn sam tlml.t uuu I ' Wilson-Gorma- n lit Up, European Plan prosperity-makin- g law was substitut- per without tho loss of valuable time. Manufacturers and business men responded with enthusiasm to the ed rulillou rlr. A'tundiomelr weellf. Ijrmt 13 Terme, c.f uny n IcntlOu Journtl, SUNNtCo.3MB'rf6Wjorli Hartford Board Education J. II. Carson, Ch'm'n.; C. M. Barnett, Sec; E. W. Ford, Treas.; R. T. Collins, J. D. Duke. IX. Crowe. WASrtlNCTON. D.C. I FALL 'OPENING OF If I HI iSB unpack Yi; 0lWt SEPTEMBER COME TO OUR. FALL OPENING AND LET JTYLE-5- . 10 JS AND II. SHOW Yol THE NEW FALL $ WHEN YOU BUY YOUR THING-FROM JS YOU CAN DEPEND UPON THEIR BEING CORRECT IN SHADE, STYLISH IN DEJIGN AND HIGH IN QUALITY. AL.SO AN "ECONOMY CENTER." ALTHOUGH OUR GOOD-OUR STORE ARE THE "UP GRADE" ONLY, WE KEEP OUR PRICE-DoWN. RATHER DO A LITTLE VOLUME OF THAN AT BIG PRICE-- WE WANT To Do A BI'G VOLUME AT LITTLE PRICE-S"FA-5HIO. OlR. .STORE A CENTER." THE NEW SILKS FOR FALL. Silk Poplins, all the new fall shades, such as green, navy, wisteria, gray, tan, Copenhagen and black; price $1 per yard. Taffeta, black price and navy, $ 1 per yaed. 40-inc- h, 36-inc- h, We have a complete FALL SKIRTS. line of hats for school The materials are light girls, prices 75c to $1.25. weight serges and wool A new line of ladies' poplins; some have belt- neckwear, consisting of ed tops, straps and pock- collars, ties and cords; ets; others have plain prices from 15c to 50c tops; some have yokes; each. prices from $3.50 to THE NEW PLAIDS. $6.50. Plaids may justly be termed fashWE DEESS MEN RIGrfl BOYS' 50c SHIRTS. FALL COAT SUITS, The shirts are made of We have a complete light percale and blue showing of new Fall Coat chambry and have collar Suits in th season's attached or neckband as smartest materials and preferred. No skimping of made on models which the goods in the making are exact duplicates of of these shirts; they are foreign garments that all full cut, sizes 124 to cost three and four times 14. our price to land in GIRLS' SCHOOL HATS. America. Prices from $10 to $22.50. Wunderhose Hosiery will help mothers reduce cost of children's stockings. Wunderhose i s made to withstand the i wear and tear of play and i school. All are guaranteed for wear and serviceability. All sizes, black and white, 25c per pair. LET US SHOE THE wm-M-m ion's favorite for fall. New plaid and stripe Silks in very rich, soft shades and in fetching color combinations, shown in Taffeta, Satin and Lousine. Prices from 75c to $1.50 jU WHOLE FAMILY per yard, H B M Mercerized Poplins, in white and black and a complete color assortment; price 25c per yard. Madras Shirtings, white and v stripes; price 25c per yard. New line of Ginchams, in a large varietjr of plaid and stripes; prices 10c and lftc per yard. NEW WASH GOODS. j CARSON & COMPANY, 4-- 14 artford, Ky, . LATEST JAR Mondny. NEWS Some of the alleys In Rockport are Two additional British KiiKlnml. Americans on board none was lost. steamers have met with dlsnstcr eith- not only a disgrace to tho town but HesThe consul also stated that tho er from submarines or mines the the county and state as well. They perian carried one 4.7 Inch gun tanker Cymbellne, of whoso crew six are a grave menace to the public mounted wid visible on her stern. wero killed, and the steamer Mimosa. health and the Bonrd of Health Tho men on tho latter vessel were should take action at once, when the Cor. 4 th and I'Yodcrlrn. On Battle Fronts. On all the saved. people of Rockport are forced to pay fronts heavy lighting Is In progress. KNOWN KVEUYWIIEIU: us the SAFE and KKMAHI.KIUNK an officer a high salary to collect taxThe Germans and Austrlans report es It looks like the alleys and streets Wednesday. further victories for their troops United States. Secretary Lansing should be given Just a little atten along the Eastern line; Paris tells of was informed yesterday by Ambas- tion. the silencing of German batteries nt sador Dumba that in addressing A fair sized crowd attended the several points in the artillery duels worklngmen in America munitions picnic here labor day. Equality dethat hae been going on for days; factories he acted not on his own feated Rockport by a score of 3to 0, the Italians claim further advances initatlvo but on instructions from hero Monday. Several from here atagainst the Austrians; the Turks as- his Government. Secretary Lansing tended the picnic at McIIenry labor sert that they have gained minor said he would lay the matter before day. victories on the Gallipoll peninsula, the president, but it Is known that he hut In return they have been bom- hinted to tho Austrian Ambassador Is Sickness A Sin? barded from land and sea by the Al that a voluntary retirement would be If not, it's wicked to neglect Ill lies near Seddul Balir. desirable. The fact that the Dumba ness and means of relief. It's wick documents were carried abroad by a ed to endure Liver Ills, Headache, British Admiralty. The First man bearing American passports is Indigestion, Constipation, when one Lord of the British Admiralty, Ar- also regarded with gravity. Is Podophyllln dose of (May Apple), without the gripe. It thur J. Balfour, In a long letter to the Britten press, after reviewing tho Czar Nicholas In a tele- arouses the Liver, Increases tho flow Russia. Deafness Cannot Be Cureo German naval policy, asserts that gram to President Poincare of of bile Nature's antiseptic in the by local application!, as they cannot reach losses inflicted by the Ger"while the tha Franco announced that he had as- Bowels. Your Constipation and oth- only diseased portion of the ear.andThere la one way to cure deafnra. that la over-nigman submarines have been formida- sumed command in person of because oy constitutional remedlrs Dearnrsa la the er Ills disappear caused by an Inflamed condition of the mumercantile tonnage Is It Russian armies In ble. British has helped Nature to re- cous llnlnir of the Eustachian Tube. When the field. Whether Is Inflamed you this rumbling this moment greater than when the this means the retirement of Grand move the cause. Get a bottle from sound tube imperfect hearlnr,have awhen It Is or and who entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and vrxr began." A corespondent your Druggist Get rid of unless the Inflammation can be taken out Duke Nicholas, who has been In comlias visited the grand fleet of Great mand since the war opened, is not your Constipation overnight. 3 and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine great naval bases Britain and tho cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, Ball Burinf; Loaf Wearing known. London Interprets the anwhich Is nothing but an Inflamed condition Sit Down anil IK) Some Thinking. of the mucous surfaces. during the past week describes the nouncement, together with the visit We will give One Hundred Dollars for any Now, here's the nub of the whole preparedness of the British war- of Gen. Joffre to case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that the Italian front, to matter so far as we of America are cannot be THE INSTALLATION of ships lor any struggle .which may mean cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, that a concerted offensive move thus far concerned: Wip're selling end for circulars, free. tho German? fleet, and come with F. J. CHENET A CO . Toledo. Ohio. ment Is being planned by the Allies. Europe Sold bv Druaalita. TSc. millions of dollars' worth of quotes the officers as authority for Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. stuff stuff that we couldn't have saying that every month the British ) Knglund. British warships bomsold her had there been no war; and fleet has grown stronger and is betIndians Eat Grasshoppers. barded German positions along the ter organized to meet any emergency. Belgian coast as far as Ostend. In she's selling us very little where Willows, Cal. Sixty Digger Inshe would have been selling us very this attack they were assisted by much and there been no war. The dians in Grindstone Canyon, about Tuesday. thirty-fiv- e miles from Willows, In French artillery. is invariably followed by tne discovery that war has given an immense balance of the Coast Range Mountains, have United States. Revised flgures the Dills tor ribbons are much less than bein our favor; it has saved us nothing but swarms of grasshoppers missing on the trade sive the number of Germany. An air raid on the east fore. from a period of trade depression and the generosity of the people of ' Includlarffc corporation recently found liner Hesperian at twenty-six- , coast of England Tuesday night re- such as we have never known. Dem- Glenn county between them and star- ing six second cabin passengers, six sulted In several fires and some that its ribbon expense was cut in two. ocratic Tariff reduction was in favor third cabin passengers, thirteen of This is not an accident. It is the result of the exact details being of Europe and against our own vatlon, according to reports brought of the crew and Miss Carberry, to this city by hunters nnd campers, j the mechanical construction that makes the promised by tho British news bu- country. Hard times were coming New Toundland, whose body has been reaus The members of the tribe, the as soon as ascertained. L. C. Smith tsf Bros, cheapest to maintain. in this country before the war broke majority of which are very old, lhe found. The vessel plunged to the out; but the war checked the thing in one of the wildest canyons in the j miles southeast bottom seventy-eigThe tall bearings five light touch and eliminate A continuation of the arFranco. of Fastnet. Judgment is suspended tillery duels with the Germans along very materially. Times are not very uoast uange, wuero little can be pounding impact. The ribbon is actuated by the brisk as it is; but what would have grown. Most of the men and wofn Washington pending receipt of the front is announced in carriage, not the typebar. The ribbon mechanism the complete information concerning the ofllcial statement. French French been our plight had the war failed to men are too old to work or hunt, and is automatic, so that the ribbon reverses at the inaircraft attack of the Hesperian, and officials attacked the railroads around Per-on- come? stant the end is reached and without added strain. almost all of the families are destiYou disposed to advocates, sit down tute. Grasshoppers at the Capitol are not now form the and also dropped bombs on the Low ribbon cost, low cost of maintenance and and do some thinking. Columbus chief food. Digger Indians for cenquestion the good faith of Germany military establishments at Freiburg, (O.) Saturday Monitor. these are guaranteed to the highest efficiency subin recent assurances that her have eaten grasshoppers turies Baden. L. C. Smith tsf Bros, users. marine commanders had been ordered through choice. Now, in Grindstone Your Cough Cun be Stopped. to attack no more liners without Canyon, the are being eaten to stave DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKING Thursday. Using care to avoid draughts, exwarning. United States. Germany's note to posure, sudden changes, and taking off starvation. L. C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER C? the United States concerning the sink Constipation Causes Most Bis. Homt Qffici and Factory. SYRACUSE, N. Y. Russia. The Germans evidently ing of the White Star Liner Arabic a treatment of Dr. King's New Dls- Accumulated wasto in your thirty have been unable to follow up to any hy a German submarine has been covery, will positively relieve, and in Bruc&t in AU PKacisaI Citui great extent their successes in driv- delivered to Ambassador Gerard in time will surely rid you, of your feet of bowels causes absorption of 414 Main Street CINCINNATI, OHIO. ing the Russians across to the right Berlin. The note ascribes the de- Cough. The first dose soothes the poisons, tends to produce fevers, up- 9 your Cough, which sets digestion. You belch gas, feel Irritation, checks hank of the Dviua river, near EL. struction of the steamer to an act of stops In a short time. Dr. King's stuffy, irritable, almost cranky. It for Berlin asserts that the on the part of the sub- New Discovery has been used sucIsn't you It's your condition. Elimfrom the Baltic to the east situation marine, expresses the German Gov- cessfully for 45 years and is guaraninate this poisonous waste by taking ernment's deep regret that American teed to cure you. Money back If it one or two of Dr. King's New Life tho report of tho Committee on Per- ter, cheese, food, animals and dressed manent organization, and few, ex- meats Is sugar alone lives were lost, and offers to refer the fails. Get a bottle from your DrugPills tonight. Enjoy a full, free cept those In conspiracy, know what It is a curious suggestion first, bequestion of reparation to The Hague gist; it costs only a little and will bowel movement In the morning had been dono until Gov. Beckham cause It sounds a bit sectional and for adjustment. Secretary Lansing help you so much. 3 you feel so grateful. Get an origi- spoke. Tho objections wore ruth- selfish; second, becauso it is specifl cabled Ambassador Gerard to report nal bottle, containing 36 pills, from lessly silenced by foolish points of cally and generally impossible to 1 Up and at 'Em! GIRL any Information available In Berlin y your Druggist 3 order and arbitrary rulings, which take tho sugar for 25c. tariff or any other regarding the attack on the Allan Want to hear tho whistle blowln . a. prevented the Stato Democracy from Protective Tariff out of politics; Want to start the wheels liner Hesperian. Curious Beliefs That Suny conduct getting a hearing In n. convention third; because the Michigan sugar Want the milk and honey flowln,' Telk How LydiaEPinkham'a of Many. called sololy for tho purpose of fram- grower is moro entitled to protection All the country through? Austria Hungary. Dr. Constantin If you shiver, some one is walking ing a platform to fit the ticket tho than are Vegetable Compound Re-storthe farmers of the United Hey, you Mike and Jack and Teddy over your future grave. Dumba, AmbassaDemocrats had named nt tho polls.- States and all tho Industrial producHer Daughdor, left Washington for Lenox, Mass. Want a Job that's good and steady? When your nose Itches something Ky. Sun. " ers of the United States. Wo feel to await word from Secretary LanSay if for good times you're ready, will happen to vex you. ter's Health. certain that our Michigan friend can sing as to whether the United States Men Its up to you. When your right eye Itches It is a accomplish moro for tho benefit of riover, Iowa. "From a small child Is satisfied with ills explanation of sign of good luck, when your left Michigan's sugar producing Interest my 13 year old daughter had female his Intercepted letter to Vienna outYou know what has caused stag- eye, of bad luck. it ho will broaden his efforts so as I spoke lining plans for withdrawing Austro-Hungari.'." weakness. t J. ; : nation When rooks desert a rookery It For Infants and Children to three doctors to include Protection for every form In all sections of the nation, labor and handlcaping forbodes the downfall of the family about it and they did In Use Over Years of Amerfcan Industry nnd producration; Put you on a soup-hous- e on whose property it is. not help her nny. American munitions plants. It is un tion. In that way ulono "wo may Rough Indeed your lot. A spider descending upon you from Always bears Lydia E. Pinkhnm'a derstood tho Ambassador proposes bo Protectonlsts yet." Certainly wo the going ahead with his plans without You know why your wlfo was the roof Is a token that you will soon Signature of Vegetable Comshall not all be Protectionists If wo pound had been of regard to the attitude of the Amerislghln,' havp a .'i;n.:C finm --. trleni' mako tho mistake of advocating Progreat benefit to me. can Government. Why the little ones wero cryln;' Candles and other lights are supso I decided to have tection In spots. There has been almvt-r- n IteKionul riotectionlMii While to get work you were tryin,' posed to burn blue and dim when Inher give Jt a trial. In an editorial article In the Mich- together too much of regional ProAnd could find It not. Russia. The transfer of Grand visible. She has taken five igan Manufacturer and Financial Re- tection In tho past. Protection must Duke Nichojas to tho Caucasus and bottles of tho Vegecord of August 14, entitled "Wo May bo for all or for none, Under (lux Ilulc. You know why there camo disaster table Compound ac the assumption by the Russian Emcording to directions on tho bottle and peror of command of all his laud To tho worker nnd his master; The editor of the Evening Times All lie Protectionists Yet," In which she is cured of this trouble. She was and sen louts has caused surprises having, by crowding out Urey Weed-so- tho Tree-Trad- e administration Is urKept a comin' quick and faster. all ran down when the started taking nmoug tho allied nations, but the Free-Trad- o brought tho blight. received u questionable title to gently urged to restore Tariff duties the Compound and her periods did not opinion Is expressed that the EmperNow, men, you've a chance- to a beat on tho National Committee, on. sugar, wool, Iron mid steel, tho com right. Sho was so poorly and writer makes the following suggesknock It, or Is merely following Russian tradithus expresses his gratltudo: vreak that I often had to help her dress Tho editor of the Times believes tion. Thump and bang and swat and lienrclf, but now she is regular and Is tions and that tho Russian troops If tho tariff on sugar can bo mado that tho best proof that can bo given sock It, growing strong nnd healthy. " Mrs. will give a better account of themquestion, his appreciation of the honor done to becomo a selves n tho knowledgo that "Tho You'll havo money In your pocket iLuiTW Helvig, Plover, Iowa. Fifty-flv- o typewriters. Leshim by tho Stato Democracy will bo and can bo determined upon tho 1m- When It's dead, all right. Little Father" Is personally directsons explained by Moving PicJlcnUrcik of such letters expressing sincere, active work for Democratic ports with something akin to matheing tliolr efforts. JACK WILEY. 's gratitude for tho good Lydia E. ture machine. Soven big" Debuccess in City and Stato and Nation. matical accuracy, wo mny not be ford Vegetable Compound has partments Shorthand, ced to look upon the close of tho presare constantly bung received, That ho will give. Finucc Ami HiiKland. Hard fightTelegraphy, Stenotypy, proving the reliability of this grand old ing is in progress on tho eastern front The Stato Democracy had nothing ent war as being the beginning of an Music, Primary Normal. Exrwnecly. FOR FLETCHER'S to do with tho measure of ripping up era in which Michigan stigar-produand on the western lino in France; port teachers. Modern equipyou are ill do not drag ulong and Goriuany lies mado another air raid tho organization of the Democratic lB industries wll cease to thrlo. If ment. Position assured. Why should a simple producing party. continue to suffer day in and day out but on tho eastern towns of England and Wrlto for catalogue. Vego-- , )ia8 t ouce take Lydia E. rinkham'a It wns done by a few liquor leaders Industry bo singled out as the ono Stanley In Ills Wrath. attacked also London, district taUe Compound, a woman's remedy for ,wltl, B,rcni ,0M of fo Go to It Owsley. Break evory dry whose loyalty to tho Democratic par- whoso rightful claims to Protection WMaanfllU9, Daviess Co. Bus. College damage resulting. Latest reports head that sticks up. Tho distillers ty Is always secondary to their loy- should bo made to become a ,. , question? U yon Hani special nuvico urnc rj from tho near East stato that heavy and brewers nominated you and you alty to their own Interests. It tho Tariff on Incorporated 7 bellovlng every- sugar can be taken out of politics, The convention, l"eu going on In Galll- - owe nothing to tho State-wlder- s. 'ls"tl"S .: .7 v t OWKN8BOKO, KY. being done to promote why not tho tariff on wheat, barley, troops on land belt.g as- It was the last personally directed thing was teSloioaTSJ lua wwwd aI " State Convention you uud the liquor party harmony, paid no attention to corn, hay flaxseed, poultry, eggs, but- CWiiUv'fiu. b kU'J "? tuo flt'et- - Sahmarlno AVnrfnro. Tho Allan I.tno steamer Hesperian, with 350 pasreayprs and a crew of 300 on board. lound from Liverpool for Montreal, wns attacked without warn- fmS bT a German submarine oft tho Irish Coast Saturday night. Although I .1 .Aa IIIO lorpeuo iuuiiu us mum, um ita- scl remained afloat. Tho company stated last night that all on board wrre saved. Consul Frost nt Queens-tow- n cabled tho state Department at "Washington that probably eight lives were lost, but that of tho one or two !..,. FarIIOCKPORT. of arodo remains unchanged. Tho Rockport graded school opon-e- d ther eouth, however tho armies of Tuesday morning with a largo atField Marshal von Hlndenburg Prlnco Leopold, of Darnrla and Field Mar- tendance. Three now teachers are In charge this year, only ono of last shal von Mackensen continue to year's teachers having been retained. The School this year promises to be Frnnre. In reprisal for a German very successful, A large crowd attended the Good acriat raid on Luncvllle during Mar- fdi ilnv ur lit tli rna til tnil nrrnrd ItlC In Road meeting hero Saturday and mnnv several speakers were heard, rn . ,v. ..... ...uov ,'.. wnmon A petition signed by nearly every .. it w..... asking E. A. and children, a squadron of forty citizen of .Rockport French aeroplanes has bombarded Graves to becomo Marshal of Rock tho station, works and military es- port was circulated hero this week. tablishments of Searbruckcn, In the Mr. Graves is well qualified for the position and would mako a good offprovince of the Rhine, Prussia. o. ,, icer. peoplo In Kentucky will ever personally conduct and why not run riot while the rioting Is good? To punish ono's enemies Is a sort of savage Instinct, but we arc all a little human, you know, and you did the dry bunch up brown. Only a short year ago tho Dockham-Hale- y crowd put It over you good nnd strong but you are getting back at them now. "No prohibitionist can be a Democrat," nnd tho dry peoplo had no business In a convention no how. And jou had your liquor crowd hiss Senator Beckham off tho stage. Bully boy! When Senator Beckham Is pointed out nt Washington as the Senator who wns hissed off tho stage by your Brewer's and distiller's Democratic Convention in his home state, won't our cup of vengeanco be full? And Urey Woodson. Just to think ho would block your gamo of appointing Jctt "even though ho were an alien" postmaster at Owens-horServes him right. And how gracious of you to rub salt into Ureys wounds by ra'lslng his hitter personal eulogy, "that person" Hagar to tho Chairmanship of your State Central and Campaign Committee. Ah! Owsley, revenge Is sweet, but what of November. And then thoy say that In your wrathful mowing down of your ene mies you overlooked the adoption of your platform. But that is a trlflllng matter. "Bully for booze and to hell with my enlmies" covers the .natter anyway. Ky. 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