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That "In making Is now your task. coeds his duty and frequently vlo- In honest elections would force Judge investigations lates the law. If ho nets In concert FARM SHEEP COSTS Dlrkhead and Mr. Rlngo to hand LIVES THREATENED I you must have In vlow three classes with some man who Is manipulating back to the people, or to the comof offenders: first, the men who fur- - tho floaters on the outside and DISCUSSED IN DETAIL mittee these nominations that smell DY DEMOCRATIC DELAY tho money to buy tho votes; jcates to him, by word or sign, what so strong of money and whiskey. second tho men who do the buying; 'the votor did on the Inside tho chnl- Is the country growing better or tho men who do the soiling. lunger becomes a lawbreaker, and is w: i third; worso? Is morality on the Increase They are offenders against tho law, subject to Indictment. It would be Marketing of Lambs is Profit or on tho decline? You can not say Construction of Tuberculosis To In- all subject to Indictment. Wants Grand a good thing to give some of the help- ableGains From Feeding that a man that plays crooked in polHospitals Had To Go "The man who furnishes the mon- - ful challengers an everlasting lesson. itics is all right. Ho is not. You Primary. cy i do useu in uuying votes is a you can uo lt Forage and Grain. cannot wink at spending money Over. me man wuv i inuui ui uriuu-giveand whiskey In politics. The Amorl-caMB 3. llm rnmlldiitaN. '" i money lor mat purpose received uio people won't stand for it. There i ..You ouaht to maku n 23Tt:tl Asserts Law Must Lay Heavy Is bribed or n bribe-takeand the investigation Into tho conduct of all j During the last few years a great never Was a bstler time for Judso Washlnaton, 8?pt, 15. Proper man who sells his vote is bribed or candidates for Governor or other many corn-be- lt farmers have estab-- a Birkhead to have shown his good In- protection agalhst tuberculosis ami Hand on All Of bribe-take- r nnd tho man who buys Btate offlco fan,i f any canddate or Hatied herds of breeding cows to pro- - tentions, than to have instructed the trachoma, dread diseases that threat' is n briber or n bribe-give- r friend of any such candidate used any duce steers for mnrket. Increased Ohio county grand jury on tho Au- - ened the lives and health hdt only or fenders. Not Able To Indict All. money In this county lo corrupt the market values have given promise of puSt primary If he had asked lor American Indians but American citiYou will not be able to indict all voters find out obout It, and even if profit in this line. The lessened vol- - an Investigation In Ohio county and zens In their vicinity, was delayed Winchester, Ky.. Sept. 18. De- - tho members of each of these classes. I the evidence is not sufficient to war- - ume nnd added cost of western sup- - made an honest" effort to locate those an entire year by the Demnernifo fclarlng that no more corrupt elec- - Tho cntiro transaction from tho time rant an indictment, let your report plies are less serious than formerly who put tho money and the amount, Congress. lion was wit held in Clark county tho money starts on Its corrupt show the facts so that the people may as a handicap upon the development who It was given to, and how it was Failure of the Democrats in the g spent, who bought the whiskey, who first session of the present Congress Industry, Vila courso until it reaches the hand of know them. Ascertain the price of of a farm The sajne changed economic con-- n distributed it, who gave the orders, to pass the Indian appropriation bill a Ctrcuit Judge James M. Kenton, In the poor mortal who sells his vote is the circuit judgeship and what secret ono nnd It is a difficult mat-- J candidate for county Judge or clr- - dltions that are bringing the center both written and over the phone for until late In the summer prevented his charge to the grand Jury directed a searching Investigation Into tho ter to unearth all the facts. Tho law cult Judge was required to contribute of beef production farther east have whiskey, and who the whiskey was the Indian Bureau from letting concorrupt practices such ns were noto- appreciates this nnd realizes that In to the corruption fund, and whether equal force In relation to the produc-mo- given to. If these questions had been tracts for tuberculosis and trachoma-hospitalcases It will be necessary to uso or not candidates for tho legislature tlon of mutton and lambs, although asked of the right parties under oath who riously engaged in by those promptly, and their conBought to control the recent election one of 'the parties to tho transaction and for nssessor contributed and how the return to production on farms wo fully believe that this Judicial struction had to go over to the folby means required to accomplish ns a witness In order to reach the much. Turn the glare of publicity has been Jess general In the case of district would be shocked as never lowing season. oilier nrrmuipK nmi H Hvna thu nor. unon these matters. Let the dcodIo sheen than with henf cattle. rvn- - before. Are we coiner nn Hirmio-lIn urging the Immediate necessity their purpose, on In- - son who may ho selected and used as of the county know Just what has tlnued good prices for sheep and dlf-- 1 September, October and into the No- - for these hospitals officials from tbo Judge Benton's Instructions vestlgatlng tho primary were strong a witness Immunity from punishment been done. It will have a good effect, Acuities in securing labor, however, vember election with the Judge and Indian Bureau testified to members even If no man is punished. have caused a marked revival of In- - Commonwealth atorney as silent as of Congress that entire Indian tribe-mig- ht and explicit. He said ho would bo for the part of his transaction. "Remember that every man who terest in the marketing of lambs a graveyard at midnight. Is the "No person can refuse to give you be wiped out if the ravages of remiss In his duty if he fulled to givo Much Instructions, after his pledges any information ho has as to an elec- - was a candidate before the primary, from eastern farms. It Is becoming --Teat moral sentiment of the dls- - disease among them were not check:it former terms of tho court that tlon offense, on tho ground that he on any ticket, had signed and sworn more generally understood that theitr,ct dead? Have the men who go to ed. It was also claimed that the lack adequate facilities for quarantine such Investigations would be made. will Incriminate himself or on any to a statement to this effect: I will marketing o flambs at around $5 per church and Sunday school and hon-'Judgo Benton touched generally on other ground, for when he testifies not knowingly violate any election head at the time they are ready to estly Pray for Thy kingdom to come was a menace to thousands of cltl- but his before you and tells you tho truth law or any law definite or relating to wean Is a practical proposition. Dur- - on earth, gone to sleep on the Job? zens In communities near various all phases of principal charge was In regard to ho can neither be Indicted nor pun- corrupt and fraudulent practice In Ing nearly all of such a lamb's stay Are tne people going to say by their reservations. ished for his part In the transaction, campaigns or elections In this state.' upon the farm Its mother harvests silence that any old thing will do for j In spite of these alarming warn-Th- at tho primary election. requirement was placed In the all the feed needed for both, and dur- - i"dge of this district? , inga, the passage of the bill was de-la-w Judgo Beutons charge to the grand but If he lies he can be indicted and Judge Glenn charged In his layed week after week. The money by the last legislature and it was Ing the rest of the year subsists large sent to tho penitentiary for that ofJury follows: "The most Important matter that fense. It Is only when he tells the the Idea of tho legislature that If a ly upon feed which she gathers her- - speeches before the primary that six- - was still unappropriated at the close per cent of the appeals from of the fiscal year, and twice for nor. vmi win lm cniipii iinon to consider truth that lie is given Immunity, and candidate violated that oath he could self and which would otherwise not juuge uirKneaas court nad been re-- lods of two weeks temporary appro- Is tho Investigation of tho primary boforo you b,egln to interrogate any be indicted and punished for perjury be utilized at all "L appeals, uoum prlatlons were passed. an election of- or false swearing. If you And that The Illinois Experiment Under Station ,clacu election that was held in this county witness concerning fense make it clear to him that tf he any of the candidates violated that has recently published the results of you not take a bUnd man oft the er of these, however, could anything on the 7th day of August. , While the lawmakers It Is the duty tells the truth ho goes free, but that oath you can indict them for it, and experiments conducted to show the 8treets and let hIm Guess them off be done toward providing the hospi- j tals. of the Circuit Judgo to calt attention If he lies to you he Is very likely to even if tho evidence does not warrant most economical methods of raising and have better luck- nn indictment, but does convince you lambs and maintaining breeding ' Forty-tw- o By the time the bill was finally hundred dollars per an-- 1 of tho grand Jury to the statutory go to the penitentiary. that the oath was violated, let tho ewes. Sixty lambs dropped In March num tor guessing oft cases, why not passed, It was too late to secure bids How To (Jet the Evidence. provisions that huve been enacted in 'It will not be child's play to get public know who violated It. If any 1915. when welched Julv 1G nverae- - flIP a penny and save the cost? "Why and let contracts for the oroDosod order to prevent corrupt practices, 'or vio- - ed G7.6 pounds per head. On the ba- - not SP" on a board and take wet or isolation and sanitary hospitals, and Loth In general and primary olectlons tho cvldenco against any of these ot tne men wno were you ss 0f current market values on July drJ" and saye your attorneys fees, they were not built until next year. the grand jurors aro not required to election offenders, but I am confident ,ated t,iat sworn statement This Is but one instance of tho toT a suggestion or a recommen- - that If you will proceed In tho right olSht to place a brand on them that 3, this lot of Iambs was worth $380.- - the Owensboro bar is far above thei datlon from the Judgo of tho court wav von will tn nhln to sonim a ntnri win last ror an time. The sworn 90. These GO lambs were raised by average, some of the leading lawyers many disastrous effects caused by methods "beforo they have authority to inves ling number of Indictments. Some statement of the candidates for state 48 ewes. The average cost per ewe of tlle state practice at this bar. Why slovenly Democratic in tlgato any election, for the oath of the offenders are men who cannot offices are filed with the Secretary and her lambs for feed and pasture is one lawyer any better than anoth handling Indian appropriations. Not which you have taken makes It your be Induced to tell the truth. Some of State, those for county offices with fr0m March 27 to July 16 was $2.25. er, when at last you must go up only hospitals but dormitories, school buildings, agency quarters and other The same ewes were fed for the en- - against a record of where sixty-fiv- e flVfirn duty to "diligently Inquire of of the others mny have enough re-- tne County Clerk. gard for their oaths left to tell you present nl treasons, felonies, After the Election Gambler. tire period of pregnancy (146 days) per cent of the appeals from the similar structures were set back, a and " "There is another class of election preceding the birth ot their 1914 court are reversed. And when the year In construction. and breaches of tho penal tho wholo truth If you ask them the Furthemore, the Democrats failed they cannot offenders that you should not neglect lambs at an average cost of 76 cents people make up their minds that questions which shall have been commi- necessary laws tted within tho limits of tho juris- evade. Others can bo Induced to tell I have always held that gambling on per head. This gives the cost of a they want a change, that they want to pass this year's Indian bill at all of last year's appro- diction of this county, of which you the truth only by the assurance that elections is very close kin to bribery, ewe and her lamb as $3.28 for 225 a reaI lawyer on the bench, the Judge A have knowledge or may receive Infor- what they tell cannot be used against and that one step towards securing days, during which time the lamb is takes money and whiskey and goes priation became necessary, forcing to clean elections Is to punish those who made ready for market. The value out and 8ets a nomination and then the Indian Bureau to conduct its a,V-mation,' and that certainly covers all them, nnd by your explanation them that their escape from punish- - by betting, hope to influence votes, of the ewe's fleece would more than comes back saying, "Boys, boys, the fairs on plans nearly two years old. election offenses. ment Is to tell you truthfully and ucuius uii uu eievuuu is u mure sen- - uubci iuu w'usi ui tier pusiuruge uur- - gang's all here what in the do and thus putting an untold check up-Keeps Pledge (iiven Judge. ous offense than ordinary gambling. Ing the remaining 110 days from we care, what in the .do we on its emciency. "At this particular time I would be frankly what they know, i care?" "If there can be any degrees ot The punishment for betting on an July 16 to November 3. remlbs in my obligation to you and An Ingenious Compliment. The people should know what is all other citizens of this county if I guilt as between the three classes I election is a fine ot $100. The law, Another interesting and valuable The Owensboro Inquirer of last failed to urge this duty upon you, for have mentioned I would place the also provides that the money won on suggestion from this experiment is going on, they should know how Sunday says: 1 gave the pledge to tho grand Jur-- j candidates or their friends who fur an election shall be forfeited to the found tn the fact that 20 lambs rais- - much money Judge Birkhead spent, Hon. C. E. Smith, county atles that wo had In February and Ap- - nlsh the money In the superlative de- - Commonwealth and may be recovered ed with their mothers upon forage how much money Mr. Rlngo spent torney of Ohio county, and the crops weighed 8 pounds per head and how much their friends spent. Til thnt this question would be pro- - gree; the middle men, those who re- - by an appropriate action Republican nomineo for Com"Only one witness Is required to more than those raised upon blue- - How much whiskey was bought and aented to this grand Jury. I had en- -' celve tho money and use It, or a part monwealth's Attorney of this tortalncd the hope that tho law of It, In actually buying the votes In make an indictment for betting on grass pasture (grain was fed in each who paid for it, and who distilled It. district 'ih in Owpcsoo.o SatAbove all things give us a good, "would be strictly regarded In this tho comparative degree, and the poor an election, and If this grand Jury case) and were sold at a higher price urday mhigjtng with the voters. lf devils who sell their honor and their will indict the men who made bets on per pound, bringing $1.55 per head honest, able circuit judge where the election, and I could not permit n Mr. Srclt'i .. a very p.vular any citizens of votes, In the positive degree. any of the races la the recent primary moro than the bluegrass lambs. The weak and strong meet upon a comto believe that and attorney o his county, Klcction Officers May Offend. and will ascertain who won money difference in cost ot raising was mon level. Owensboro News. this county, In vjew or tho sentiment and has many friends in this "Tho officers who conduct the elec- and what amounts and Instruct the slightly In favor of the forage lot, mm that prevails hero would deliberately city. His recent work in assistThe DuPont Highway. violate the law, and defiantly bhock tion sometimes purposely or inno- Commonwealth's Attorney and Coun- while the ewes from that lot had a ing Commonwealth's Attorney Following meeting of Ohio county the moral senses of tho county by cently aid those who are engaged In ty Attorney to sue to recover the market value, when the Iambs were Rlngo in securing convictions of such corrupt practices as wero no- - buying votes and where they Inten- - money won for tho state, you will weaned, ot $2.50 per head more than Good Roads Ausocichon at Rockport five possum hunters, won him and McHenry, Pepl ?.! has boa set tonously engaged in by thoso who tlonnlly do this they are subject to bear less talk of betting on elections those kept on blue grass. many friends. Mr. Smith real' m apart for work on this roal by the sought to control tho recent election Indictment. If the men who con- - in tho future. izes, however, that he has reInvestigate The Primary. citizens on the route. The promoters "by means required to acompllsh their duct tho elections as officers can bo "If you can get the evidence to ceived an empty honor, as tho j taught Judgo Birkhead instructed the have been promised 6 graders and a to regard tho provisions of make indictments for hotting wltli- 'purpose. district Is overwhelmingly Demo"My hope for a clean election was tho law strictly most of this post-n- out calling and using as a witness grand Jury at Hartford on the second number of teams as well as scrapers cratic, and will elect his opponeither of the parties to the bet you day of tho special term ot court, and jand other necessary tools. It Is expect- realized and my confldonce In j election trouble will bo obvlnted. ent, the present Incumbent, Ben county as newspapers giving an account ot ed work will be done on all the line "An officer of the election has no should indict both ot them, but It It tho some ot the citizens of this D. Rlngo, In November. men was shaken, for It right to mark a voter's ballot unless Is necessary to use one ot the parties what he said, never one time men- from Beaver Dam to Central City, I appreciate the complimentary knowledgo that the voter swears that he Is blind or ns a witness you have the right to tioned tho corrupt primary of Aug- The engineers will lay off the line In Is a matter of public mention In the Inquirers brief nono more corrupt election was ever physically unable to mark It. Ho has do that and then you can make the ust the 7th. at which time he was sections on which a suitable number tice of my visit to Daviess county in rocent no right to even make a dot as Indl- - Indictment against the other party. nominated for the third term that he of men will be assigned. The ladles held in this county than the I he Interest of my candidacy for to denounced in such vigorous language will prepare and serve dinner. Tho "Second only in importance primary, and It Is known that the eating where the voter shall stamp Attorney, but I obyears ago, when he was try-lu- g people are going to work In earnest Commonwealth's leaders In tho corrupt work were tho tho ballot until tho voter has sworn making indictments for bribery will twelve ject to that papers presuming that I to defeat Judge Owen, who would nnd all places of business have been ones who were the chief offenders that ho cannot read the English Ian be your work tn making indictments I cannot win. I met with guago. It the offenders disregard for betting on the election. Don't have scorned a nomination secured requested to close on that day in realize two years ago. flatterlug encouragement during my these provisions ot the law they are neglect your duty. Punish the gam- by money and whiskey. Is It pos- every town on the road. Moral Suasion Ineffective. recent visit to Daviess and Hancock, The following is a list of new mem blers for breaking the law and wrest sible that he Is not going to investi"Their conduct In this election, subject to Indictment. counties and am more firmly congains from them for gate tho August primary. Will the bers who have Joined the Association "If any officer ot an electton chal- their after the agitation of the last two vinced than ever that we have the prom lenger or Inspector reveals to any the state. A. E. Wingert, honest democrats of the district let since last report: years and after the pledges and best opportunity that has over been Muy Expect Criticism. that pass without a protest? We Detrlot, Mich.; J. D. Smith. McHenry, afforded to elect the nominees of tbo Ises "to be good" that had been given person how' a man has voted or gives great majority ot Dem- Ky; E. P. Barnard, D. O. Young, Republican party tor "When you undertake this Impor- know that the demonstrates clearly that reforms any Information concerning the Circuit Judge this lino cannot be accom- - pearance of the ballot voted, he is tant work you may expect certain ocrats of this district are honest and Beaver Dam, Ky; L. A. McDanlel, and Commonwealth's Attorney in ma- A. Austlu. Rockport, Ky; R. B. Whit pllshed by moral suasion, and that subject to Indictment and the pun-'- It men and certain Influences to criti- we further know, that a great this district this fall. cise you and hamper you lu eyery jority of them believe In honest elec- tinghill, W, S. Gaines, C. E. Richour country is to be rid ot corrupt lshment is confinement in the C. E. SMITH, in elections, the law must tentlary for not less than two nor possible way, but I am sure that such tions and we have reason to believe, ards, G. G. Lanham, E. P. Rogers, C. Hartford, Ky. lay its hands heavily upon the often- - ( more than five years. This provis-tler- s, conduct will not deter you from do- that It the facts were known not less P. Kissinger, G. E. Royal, Fords-vlllKy. Dissolution Notice. and they must be shown that Ion of the law is constantly violated, ing your duty. If you Ignore what than twelve to fifteen thousand dolGUY STATLER, Sec'y. will be no longer tol- - especially by the men who have been was done in this primary election, lars' was spent tn Daviess, Hancock, Notice is hereby given that it is their conduct ' the intention of the Pattlevllle Muerable. This cannot be unless the named as challengers or inspectors, corrupt as it is known to have been, McLean and Ohio counties composIMPORTANT NOTICE. grand jury take a They seom to lose sight ot tho tact you may oxpect your primary for ing this Judicial district in the Augtual Telephone Co. (Inc.) to dlssolvo members of the durageous and fearless stand and that they are offenders ot the elec-de- county offices to be held two years ust primary and we believe that If When you come to the fair next Its corporation at once, All clalmsW. ' with the conditions with a high tion, and that the law applies to them from now, to be even more corrupt, an Investigation could be had before week don't fall to call at the Sheriff's , should be presented to the under- - . degree ot Intelligence and a deter- - Tbo only duty of the challenger is to but If you can indict those who re- an honest grand Jury, that we could office and nay your taxes and there- - signed officers for consideration. RUFUS DOWELL, Prea. mlnatlon to Teach and condemn all see that a legal vote Is not rejected sorted to corrupt practices In this show to the public that what the by save tbo penalty. WALTER WAL'KER, 8ec.& Tress S. O. KKOWN, offenders. The work of "cleanlng.up and that an Illegal one is not cast. election they will not dare to resort News has been saying Is correct, and .Sept. 15, 1915. . 10t4 that honest Democrats who believe at Sheriff Ohio County. , uu be done 'in that way, but In no When ne goes beyond 'that he ex- - to similar practices in tbo future. JUDGE BENTON'S your Indl-nlsh- cd INSTRUCTIONS Jury vestigate ,..n" r; J Invc-tlmtt- " - n - r, a ' beef-ralsln- ( s i I bf ty-fl- "'""""n vil tU I rs ! my-MO- poll-t'rla- ot i I ap-alo- pent-condu- ct , e, al to Iho Frankfort Motor Car To havo been made- husbandmen of question of the regulation of the manu?(I3.7.i tho fairest land on earth; yet havo Company facture nnd sale of liquor ban created During the sime month, expense! let tho golden harvest of Its oppor- among o'lr pooplo tho deepest IntcrrHt The purchase of paper and 'he presumably out in the State, $280. tunities go ungathorcd nnd have per- and ha. occisloned n widespread andjl , public printing and binding h.u I mitted It to be despoiled. Ye havo thorough discussion. Upon this most "October. I0M Polind Taxlcnb creased In the same period $150,000. been given tho shining talents of gov- Important subject tho Ilvjuulldn parKy Compiny, Louisville, $t.ri.00 Extra help for the Senate and Hoi'se ernment; ye havo hidden them In the ty always taken advance ground, la shown ,., w.-- ,i nn.t .mnr.,i tn for the last three sessions, and paid byOne trip of tho3 "Wlmd" 1913, nnd dirty napkin of political Intrigue. Now andhas tho couraio In 1907 to first n had of Juno, No. Voucher the Mnster (the people) demand to declare for a local option law, with .without warrant of law 46.000. The death In the Legislature, r Pw w omccrs i. r- - It Is nj follows: know the condition of the vineyard the county as the governing unit, and Result: Tho bribegiver and the; "May 14, meals en route, LouisRepublican Nominee nnd the use you have made of the In Its last convention It has prow bribe-take- r Tho unlim- ins i"c same perum ims increase! tti, still floilsh. $ 2.85 000. The cost of operating and mainville to Paducah talents. true to Its past history and was first of money, damning nnd cor- has Your public servants havo given to take nn open ntatid. The declara9.00 to Big ited use allll l.laaln ui tk i. ..AM. ?.....- - talnlng our charitable Institutions mar- May 10, livery, Palucah Governor Speaks B.lti ami umaiB , i uimni;, uiu muir Increased $109,000. Extra tire InSame date, stenographic service. 1.50 promises Instead of deeds; words gov- tion of my parly upon this vital quesdatlon stones of tue government, t Stat-stead of acts; the results of bad f everywhere. The Ju- shals for three years cost the tion la as follows: Crowd in Bowling Green. elections $34,000. The co?t of record books has Pullman fees, P.iducah to Louisernment Instead of tho blessings ol dicial ermine besmirched, the prose- been 1.50 good ville "Tho Republican parly In Kentucky government. These servants, reIncreased $i9,000; extra help In cutor's sword dulled, Juries Impotent, TtOWLIXG GRKEN, Ky.. Sept. 6. the Auditor's and Land Office, paid Same date, May 15, Palmer sponsible for these conditions, now Is responsible nnd deserves the credit leading candidate for county unit law. In 1907 wo H.SD House The Republican Stnto campaign was whllo the two without warrant of law, $27,000 Our ask the continuation of your confidence for tho definitely for the local option opened hero by Edwin I. Morrow, of their party's nomination for the high three penal institutions have been oper- In vnnr n(Uf'i4. The declared nfl Somerset, tho nominee for Governor, office of Governor hurl charge and "'-$28.05 Total " "iiinly as the governing '. - .' present Clerk of tho Court of Appeals "' counter-chargof the use of gigantic , who addressed n large crowd from ,;l"f 'no for one day and a half. Some travel- asks to become Auditor of Public A. - .nlt. and In 1911 we agiln dec ared , (not including Warren and tlin surrounding counties. campaign . lunus. .,..,. .h ivi,r,i SnnerlniPnilent for the county unit law in nccordancc ,agt tWQ ,eglslatIvo 8es3ons, over lSQfi, ing and some expenjn account! Mr. Morrow made a good presentation I give you tho facts and figures of constitution. Wo now declare promised "We favor such the on)j. Ume tne Republican party Fifth- -It of the Issres. of Public Instruction longs to be Sec, with the Ills address In full continue., auuerm-mu.laws as will, under appropriate penal- - evcr controuLM the i0Wer House. $107.-tle- these accounts. 1 leave Judgment to retary nf State: the Assistant Super- o.i.uy follows: ' we do hereby cm nm law. destroy all corrupt lobbjlng." l.adles and Gentlemen 000 Tllls part). lla9 creatCd more than your common sonsy. intendent of Public Instruction desires unit presentand county unit law. and wc This same official paid tho fancy fig to step Into the shoes of his chief; the the Fulfillment: No law pass- - 2uo new offces and positions In Stato Political campaigns are primarily for the benefit of the people, not tho poli- ed; no attempt to pass one. ;and county( nl03t of tnem with salaries ure of $110 for a typewriting desk, Assistant Attorney General wants to taor the adoption of su. h amendments and has such a do'lrntc tss'o In the b Xttorney General: the Stato Exam- - thereto as may be necessary to make ticians. The period preceding an elecResult: Tho Third House Is still and expense accounts cct ve beyond question. matter of ilrinklns water V,,at i'f car;; Incr and Inspector of Public Accounts H tion of the State's executive and leg- greater than the peoples house; still COMMISSIONS. . ,, not even think of using islative officers is the time of Investi- throws upon it Its dark ami damning minn,OIi fnr Trimmer. Ro ' This declaration Is an honest dcclaKentucky has a commission to regu- - and refrigerated lea water furnished fating all! Capitol Square still shak ' "Hon. voluntarily made, without gation and discussion; a time in which shadow, while open graft and brazen I have always an accounting for stewardship should lobbying is charged by Kentucky's 'ate everything from Are to fish, and by tho State to all officers, but Is comtho plum tree! Kvery member of tlumvo or .oerclon from Dan to Reersheba; and when It pelled to us both summer and winter the last Legislature from Louisville been for the principle of tin county be demanded and given, in order that greatest Democratic editor. responsibility may be fixed the good Sixth This party promised a State Is not called a commission It Is called "Anita" mineral water while tho tax- longs again for the glory of statesman-- ""it law. I was for It In 1907. when ,a board. We have the Railroad Corn- - payer foots the bill. and faithful servant rewarded, the un- Public Utilities Commission. ship. Thirty members of tho Lower H was first embodied in a Republican In the department presided over by House who made the legislation of , platform. I was for It in 1911, and faithful servant rebuked. Pledge: "We favor, under wise and mission, the Prison Comtr'jslon. the Political parties act only through proper restrictions, the creation of a Insurance Rating Comm.'lon. the the "WIard," he gave a contract to 1912-1enough to control caucuses and helped to carry my county delegation Board of Control, the School Book print Trustees' Registers at 20 cents dictate committees, have been nomlnat- - for It and for Its champion. I was their selected agents, and therefore State Utilities Commission." every party is responsible for the acts Fulfillment: No sucn commission vu.......ss.u.., iuc mu u..u uau.u ..mi each. The same register was printed ed as the candidates by their party, for It In the election which followed, and conduct of Its agents for the good and no such powers given any com- mission, the Geological None Such under Superintendent Crabb for seven It Is reasonably certain that tho next j and declared my allegiauce to It In Commission, a battalion of fire mar- and a half cents each. The sime session of the General Assembly will every county In Kentucky. I was for. or bad they lo, for the results and con- mission. ditions which they produce. If a poSeventh This party promised an shals, a company of foresters and a "Wizard" paid $500 of the State's be controlled by thoso who controlled It when It came before Lie next Legl money for perssnal calendars, but was It In 1912, litical party, through Its agents, has anti-trus- t act for the benefit of farm squad of hotel suspectors. You cannot clean house' lature for passage, and urged the The Board of Control Is composed made to refund this sum. This same kept faith with the people, efficiently ers and laborers a bank' a dirty broom! you cannot over-- publican members of that Legislature Legislature' to support It. I hav been, for It nnd honestly managed fiscal affairs and ing department, a law to regulate the.of four members, with salaries total official drew an Illegal salary of $125 throw a produced the beneficial results of good arbitration of labor strikes and dis- - InS $10,000. The Prison Commission per month until prevented from doing by returning largely the same mem-- ! throughout its entire political history, government, such a party deserves tho putes, an has three members and salaries of $7.- - so by an opinion of the Attorney .Gen I..,, pass law. Vn mnnni rplmko unfaithful and I am for It now I have not been . . .. . . m V.ii. rtA t. ne iwo nre insurance itaungerai. No part or tins sum lias neen confidence of the people and should Fulfillment: None. No such laws Bervants by returning them to office driven to ts support i.y me exigency . I stand Commissioners, with salaries of $6,000. i returned to the State. Printing don upon be given tho control of their affairs. passed. confldem .'of political conditions Kiving them a vote of AI1 of tuese have clerks, stenographers proniUi-If, however, through its agents, it had under the control of the "wizard The same Dartv. bv its yA nuw broom and a general house- - by party s ana , Woth In letter and broken faith, failed In its promises, body, passed a two and a half-cen- t ir eieneii i.overnor or rail- - telephones and other homo comforts, the State printer has had a phenomenal cleaning Is needed at Frankfort, am. in spirit, e and proven inefficient and extravagant road fare bill. but. in doing so, Joined The members of these Increase. In 1912. $6,000; 1913. $22,-00- 1 believe It should begin In November. Kentucky I pledge to the rigid en- 1914, $29,000. in the management of public business, forcetnent, maintenance and perfection State House Forgetters' Club" missions are at woik In Frankfort alREPUBLICAN PLATFORM I f "'Is law, the best ffforts nf my heart All of the printing In this departit should be denied the trust and and forgot to place an enacting clause most a whole week in every month, PLEDGES. suffrage of the people and the party to the bill, and thereby made It null and are paid on an average of $2,600 ment was contracted for by Mr. Ham-let- t The Republican party presents to and mind, my energy and enthusiasm. of opposition should lie entrusted with and void. It attempted compliance a year for twelve weeks' work. One until March, 1915. when this was the people of Kentucky a plain, pro- - profoundly conscious of the gravity the affairs of Stato. with the promise of a workmen's com- - real commission on the Job during stopped by an opinion of the Attorney grcsshe platform, embodying a com- - of my obllijatlon and fully convinced The ballot of rebuke is the great pensatlon act, buL after repeated working hours and working days could General holding that, like other prlrt-Ing- , plete system of constructive and reme- - that with genuine effort this law tan weapon of tho people, and by Its warning that in the form It was drawn do the work of all, increase the effl-i- t It should come ur.der the State's dial legislation. It stands for good and shall bo made to serve Its high proper use alono can political parties was unconstitutional, they passed clency of the public service and save general contract and the contracts go roads, and congratulates Itself tint purpose. be compelled to keep faith, fulfill the law and it was later decided by the taxpayers of Kentucky thousands through the Printing Board. As to the past convictions of my opthe present good roads law was frani-- j promises and render good and faith- the Kentucky Court of Appeals to be of dollars. The two members of th In this same department, presided ed and passed by the untiring efforts ponent upon this question. I am not ful service. On these conditions we unconstitutional. fire Insurance Rating Board have been over by the aforesaid "Wizard," there of a Republican Stato Senator. It I advised, but upon this subject tho propose to discuss with you today the body passed seen In Frankfort so seldom that their Is today $35,000 of vouchers In large stands for more schools and school statement of Lieutenant Governor The same promises and deeds of your public a fire Insurance rating bill which al- - appearance is tne occasion or tne wuu- - 3ums, issued and paid for printing, for a longer school term, and( Uermott should be of tnterest. This servants who have, for four years, had most destroyed the business of 2,500 est alarm, lest another Insurance bill with no invoices, no bills attached and for the extension of hn State's Insti- - statement was made In connection with the control of your affairs and who are Insurance agents, drove every fire In- - is to be sprung upon an unsuspecting no way to determine for what printing unions of hlghr learning, and for the appearance of Mr Stanley before responsible for the expenditure of your surance company out of the State and and defenseless public, or on what contract the payments have tlie comnlote elimination of all politics. Democratic candidates nnd Tom. money and tho general condition of left millions of dollars worth of prop- - Cash balances approximately twice been made. Tne payments of all this) from the pUDHc schools. It stands for ti. mlttee on Resolutions In 1911 and tho your business. In this discussion I ertv without protection: and finally 03 large a3 those kept by the prcced- money could not have been made with- - the control of all penal' statement of Mr MoD-miuinreru- want it clearly and fully understood compelled the laughable, yet miserable. '"S Republican administration have out the knowledge or willful negligence nm, lr.stltutlo:i3. ThU nB tuu language of Mr. Stanluy at charitable that any criticism I may make Is in- spectacle of the Governor who had ap- - ueen maintained by this admlni3tra. of the State'3 fiscal officers. In this part. 3 pip,iK,, to the enactment of that time U as fo!Iow3 tended for officers, agents and officials proved it, the State's Attorney Gen- - tlon and deposited with favored bank- - same department there was a balance, workmen's compensation law, and Gentlemen. I hear that you aro in the'r official capacities, and not for eral and other State officers solemnly In8 institutions, Instead of reducing In the school fund In 1914 of $638.000. u ,s tll0 ,)rs, ,,arty In Kentucky to the great body of patriotic, conscien- affixing their names to a contract tne cash balance by promptly retiring and yet the per capita was kept at ?4 I make 81lcll a ;,iedg0 for the benefit of considering recommending for tho interest-bearin.... ,iut tlf,. nn.l llmh iii the' "emocrauc pinriorm me rnuwy unii. warrants. As shown and the teachers of that year deprived tious, homeland loving Democracy. agreeing not to enforce It. to you th.V I an. opposed " BROKEN PROMISES. Three years ago we were promised. u' the monthly cash balances xn the of the Just and fair per capita In order hazardous occupations of mill and fac! county unit I have always boon The platform of a party is Its given through national legislation, a reduc- - money deposited with these banks, that a surplus might be built up on tn,v nn,l railroads and those who toll' I come r ih. ,in..-- ' oppose! to tli" county unit word of honor, and. when accepted by tlnn nf the hlch cost nf II vine, the which draws 2 Vi per cent Interest, your which, and on tho eve of the primary . :.- - .,. the suffrage of the people to whom preservation anu increase of business, Present administration during tho last and general ejection, to provide for and pledges Itself to the passage of from a rounty where my people know it is given. It becomes a solemn con industrial and financial prosperity. To-- t"ree ca years should have collected the seven months' school tjrm to nom- a law which will provide a fair sys- l.hat hn.v "lway ,,'""" "PP"I to It. my as ry as a ro e iron, a tract, sealed with the great seal of day business is paralyzed; American $63,000. They have only collected $31,. inate the "Wizard" for Secretary of tern to protect and care for those who .. .1...1.I nnwiler- hnrn. nnil vet- lliev hnvo electro! -the commonwealth. State and assist In his election. This nre maimed. .uy acciueni. aimi of" mill, mine and factory 00- - a loss to the State of $12,000. men industries In the Department of Education, action deserves the condemnation of wives and children. Such a law can ,ne for Congress If you put the coun-- j Four years ago tho Democratic par- are decreasing their output, shorten-- ' ty unit in the platform you will com ty made such a covenant with the ing the hours of labor and reducing concerning which the most rigid econ-th- e every school teacher In Kentucky. It and should be provided. a blunder, and you will most cer people of Kentucky. Today I charge We believe In Increasing tho powers n'lt number of working days. Tho om' was Promised, we find the most- Is political chicanery and demagogery the wilfull broach of that covenant, high cost of living has grown higher.! wanton violation of ewery sound prin- of the worst order. The seven months' of the present Railroad Commission.; an'v K down '" '"'-a- t. ' both in letter and in spirit. i puoiic accounting, me mosi school term bca3ted of In the Demo by giving It Jurisdiction over thu other THE INFAMOUS REDISTRICTING while more than three million wage-.ciP'- e First It brake the covenant con- earners know the bitterness of enforc-- reckless expenditure of money for the cratic platform was declared on the public utilities of the State. LAW. cerning the use and misuse of the ed Idleness, the want which comes i Personal expenses of Its- - chief officer eve of an election for political advanMy party believes In a corrupt prac My friends. I want to talk to you people's money. from the lack of a pay envelope and!ana the willful violation of statutory tage and can not and will not last tice act. It was.. the first party to a little while on a subject that Is close 0 mi.aI. n ., wl The promise: "We pledge ourselves the hollowness of an empty dinner pall, requirements of accounting. The pres- - beyond tho present term. pieuge tne passage oi ..-- au itrtt ..... to my hearti becall8e u ,8 a wron(. to retrenchment and reform and to "Ye promised and promised and prom-'en- l aupennienueni oi Let us look at the kcretary of calls attention to the broken promises , agan9t my instrue ,,, , ,ho Und whcro tlon, and who Is his party's nominee State's office, presided over by "The of our opponents to pass such a law. x an economical business adminlstra ised ve We M bcleyo wa8 ,)orn M(1 for Secretary of State and who styled World's Greatest Forgetter," who for- Something must be done to limit the n tlon of public affairs." In words well smoothen and fair, 1(J Rreat Mnek prlncpIo Fulfillment: Wanton, useless and But when it came to the deeu and the himself "The Wizard of Finance," has got the Tax and Convict Road Work amount which may be bid for a public of the republic, yet today by law ouo presented and caused to be paid for ing Amendments. Under this depart- office. The people have tho right to reckless extravagance. doing, sixth of your fellow citizens are deResult: An empty treasury, a bankYe halted and stumbled and failed.", traveling expenses on alleged visits to ment Is the Automobile License De- know the amount and sources of all nied equality of representation, their I the County Superintendents' offices the partment, collecting under a s'leclfic campaign funds, who they came from rupt State and a public debt on outIn the name of an empty treasury most precious right and heritage. Tho standing interest-bearinwarrants of and overwhelming debt, in the name of following sums for fiscal years: 1912. statute a specific fund to be held and and how they have been expended. constitution of Kentucky, Section 33, e 3.313: 1913- - R23C; 1914, $2,832, $3,275,86$.. used for road purposes. On June 30, Some check must be placed upon the provides. fair taxation and honest elections. In Second It promised to take the name of the people's house against eluding such Items as $590 for one, 1913, there had been collected and was man who either has or can secure "The First General Assembly, after penal institutions out of the mire of the Third House, In the name of econ- - month- l cnar8e that this officer has In this special fund $101,000. With- great sums of money to bo used in politics, to re.scuo them from the dom- omy. efficiency and good faith, in the not been ?ut of Frankfort on the out warrant of law, and in violation debauching elections The man who the adoption of this constitution, shall f of his time, of law, this sum was transferred, by buys his way into h public office will divide the State Into 38 Senatorial disination of politicians. name of every one of these broken I state s business tnat therefore he has charged the charging it off into the general ex- steal his way out. tricts and 100 Representative disTbe promise: "We favor the removal promises which cry aloud for condem-anof all politics from our penal Institu- nation, I arraign this party before the State for expenses more than $20 a penditure fund, thus robbing the roads Wo believe In tho election of tho tricts, as nearly equnl In population or every day he has been on Its and highways of the Stato for tho pur- Judiciary, the final safeguard of life, as may be, without dividing any countions." great tribunal of the people and Fulfillment: The Hoard of Prison mand Judgment upon Its broken cove- - i business, and on an average of $10 a pose of helping to pay salaries of new liberty and property, without regard ty, except where a county may Include day for every working day In all the and useless officers. This is tha same to politics; and desire to put tho Judge more than one district, which districts Control is still paitisaii, still in poll-tic- oant. year. With the average hotel In Ken- department whoso chief officials have above and beyond political influence shall constitute the senatorial and Its officers and agents and THE STATE'S FINANCIAL tucky charging no more than $2.50 a been and some of whom aro still un in order that hi) may be selected upon representative districts for ten years. Kuards are still but pawns, made ami CONDITION. day, and the county seats not averag- der Indictment and concerning which the ground of fitness and qualification Not moro than two counties shall bo moved by the bands of their creators. Kvery citizen Is entitled to know ing thirty miles apart, It Is Impossible a grand Jury reported that tho Stato Joined together to form a representaResult: Tho three penal institutions alone. of the Statu have been operated dur- the financial condition of his State. that the3e sums could bo or were ex bad been robbed, but the system of We believe In tho principle of the tive district; provided in doing so tho , ing the last tluee fiscal years at a how his money has been spent and the pended. Not only this, but with the bookkeeping was so wretched that It direct primary law, and a Republican principle requiring every district to "f, debts which he must meet. Under a exception of the last few months when could not tell how much bad been platform first declared for such a law, bo as nearly equal In population as loss of $574,000. Wu believe the present law is unfair, may be shall not be violated." Third It violated tho contract In pledge of "Economy and Retrench- this public official was a candidate, 3tolen or who had stolen It. tho matter of taxation a matter vital- ment," your public servants havo made these sums uave been paid withThis Is the general condition of your unjust and Imperfect; made for the In tho face of this clear cut and ly affecting every home, every farm, and are responsible for tho following out itemized accounts being filed, with- Stato's finances, so far ns I now havo purpose of preventing Joint nomina- fundamental law, tho Legislature ot conditions: out bills, vouchars or receipts; and, tho time to explain It. Moru will come tions, to widen tho breach between po- Kentucky in 1S93 passed a bill creat-Inevery business and every citizen In tho The Democratic party came Into con worho still frnti June. 1911. to Janu- later. Tho details I havo had time to litical parties and to prevent tho great legislative and senatorial districts commonwealth. The nroniisu: "Wo fnvor Ki,hmlnir trol of the three branches of tho State ary, 1915, they have been paid In direct give fairly demonstrate tho way In body of Independent and thinking and passed It In such a way that 350.- to a vote of tho people an amendment Rovernment January 1. 1912. On this violation of tho following law of the which tho public money has been han- toters from exercising their beneficial 000 citizens of Kentucky were absoof our Stnto coiiKtliiiilnn. hmn.inni,,.. uay thero was outstanding unpaid war- - State of Kentucky, passed session of dled and spent. Rearing In mind tho influence In primary elections. lutely disfranchised and given no reptreasury the powers of tho General Assembly ' rant8 gainst the In rRn fMflamounting 1914: broken promises of your servants, beTho Republican party stands pledged resentation In their Legislature. In . In rnnnil flpiiriw On Au "De it enacted by tho General As- holding thu failure of your ho iimi it mar oi.ismiv nrnnnriv rnri to the passage of a tax amendment to 1900 a now census was taken, and it gust 31, 1915, there was outstanding sembly of the Commonwealth of conscious of the useless wasto of rove enable tho Legislature to classify prop-Vrt- became the duty of tho Legislature to the purposes of taxation." Interest-bearinKentucky nue, Is it any wonder that every Demo-- " Fulfillment: A resolution providing against tho State unpaid for this purpose. Tho opposition pass n new districting act, but this warrants amounting to $3,275,000. 1. That all State officers, members cratic candidate has again promised party is responsible for the present wrong was not righted. In 190C a new for a tax amendment was passed by thu Legislature, tatlllcd and carried Thus It will be seen that the party of boards, members of commissions economy and declared for the abolition unjust system of taxation responsible redistrlctlug act was passed, but this by the vote' of the people, who awoke of economy has Increased tbe public or employes who are now or who ot useless offices? Is it any wonder for every Inequality and unfair burden only Increased and made tho wrong proclaims the which It Imposes upon you, aud re- more outrageous. In 1907 a Demoone morning to discover that they had debt by the sum of $2,715,000, whl'o may hereafter be authorized by law that the Courier-Journa- l been parties lo a colossal hoax, staged the entire, is drawing an annual interto receive from corporations, the existence of tho "House that Graft sponsible for tho unreasonable delay cratic Court of Appeals was called est of approximately $1G3,750. This is by "The World's Grvatest Forgettor," upon to decide whether this red (strict-InState treasury or from any fund ap Built," and asserts that the lobby has In Its amendment. the Secretary of State, who "forgot not all, aud shows' only half the. truth. propriated out of the State treasury, ridden with loose rein and flying whip law was fair and Just. Tho Court The Republican party favors the proIs posed tax amendment, and after Its of Appeals, In passing on this subject, to remember" to advertlso the amend- This "economical" administration has their traveling or other expenses In- over the peoplo's representatives? collected $3,012,861.79 nioro than thu ment and who. In all tho Stato House, cident to the discharge of their of- It any wonder that the Louisville passage the enactment ot a Just, fair made use of tho following unusually bad no one "to refroblt his recollec- preceding Republican administration ficial duties, shall take a receipt on Times denounces Mr. Crecellus for for- aud scientific tax law, carefully pre- strpng language: for a like period $3,010,000 more tion." blanks to be furnished by the Audit- getting, General Garnett for permit- pared by taxing experts which shall "The act under discussion Is grossly from tho people and yet tho or, for ail Items of expense incurred ting the long contract of convict labor provide a fair tax rate and a just and violative of Section 33 of tho constiResult: Four wasted, useless years; Stato hus been plunged $2,715,000 deepby them in excess of one ($1.00) dol- for the benefit of the contractors, while equitable classification, dealing fairly tution, in that the Injunction as an unjust, unfair and unscientific tax to , system tJtlll galls tho back of tho peo- er into debt, making a total additional lar, and they shall submit to the Au- it deplores the condition of the peni with tbe farmer and tho capitalist, equality between the districts was not In the public revenues of statement of such tentiaries, the failure to protect tbe with visible and intangible wealth, oven pretended to be obeyed by tbo drives capital from thu State, expenditure ple, still ditor an itemized $5,727,000. still compels farms and other vlslblo excused aud This condition can not be expense, accompanied by said receipt, ballot and the general backwardness and which shall cause every class of Legislature, and Is not and cannot bo cannot be Justified. property to pay 90 per cent of all before the Auditor audits or pays of tbe State? Is It any wouder that property to be listed for taxation which denied. How was this even the Democratic candidate for Gov. Bnaii, under tho systems which have said expenses." taxation, whllo It compels millions in money expended,vast sum of additional Inequality of representation Is a and why, witli more A few scattering receipts, however, nrnor denounces the legislature as been demonstrated as satisfactory In stocks aud bonds to avoid taxation. to which no people worthy of revenue, has tbo State been plunged appear to have providentially fallen controlled by graft and admits the exrf other States, fairly classify and rate freedom will tamely Fourth It promlsod to phh a cor- deeper in debt 7 submit. Ta say Into the flics by accident, and these travagant expenditure of money; de- every character of property. When that a man in Spencer law to protect practice act ,r" rupt County 'shall HOW IT WA8 SPENT. thrtw a most Interesting light upon nounces useless officials, promises to such an act shall havo been passed It have seven times as much tbe very fountain head of all authority, Influence entire character of expenditures consolidate commissions and says be should be submitted for ratification to In the government In the' first place, your public ser- the the ballot and tbo public ollico. ot the Stato as a Tho pledge: "wo ruvor mo enact- - vants have not had tbe courage to which the taxpayers of Kentucky have seeds an electric headlight to guide a vote of tho people. man In Ohio, Butler or Edmonsou la him through tbe midnight darkness ot THE COUNTY UNIT, tnent of au explicit, offoctlvo corrupt meet and pay the State's Just obliga- been compelled to pay. to say .that six men out ot every sovon , During tbe past few months the in those tte State House? llous, but have permitted them to bo 'September, 1913, Voucher No. 2, i practice act, which shall deteruiluo counties are not represented (Continued oa third page) MORROW FIRES OPENING GUN r OF CAMPAIGN what campaign expenses shall bo and which shall provlJo Tor tlio compulsory publication In detail, under heavy penalties, of tho campaign expenses of every candidate for public office." rapidly Increased by tho accumulation of Interest. Public salaries have been Increased In the last threo years $17,-00- ' for ""' I . . cj d 1 e " J":, s. "r e anti-lobb- y - g I 4 Re-wit- h n 1 d anti-railroa- I -- .!. -- .... ' .WM-....-- .. .. g high-price- d com-"Th- g g ..... .,i.. .ii... - ir , 1 g In-th- - one-hal- d I v g ..... ... T..-- ,-. y g g col-lect- r r ?rri'u5S!1irBtB- -r " to love the State which oppresses h!ra: ind that citizen Is arbitrarily oppressed , who Is denied equality of representaIf you had a machine that you could operate nt ft good protion with evtry tthtr citizen of the fit dny In and day out, would you not count as a loss the commonwealth." time It stood idle? In defiance of this opinion of Kentucky's Supreme Court, In willful and wanton violation of the constitution, Your money Is n good moncy-mnkln- g machine. Invested In the Kentucky Legislatures of our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It earns Inand 14 liave knowingly, willfully terest every dny of the week, every week of tho month and and corruptly refused to comply with every month of the year. the constitution of Kentucky and the mandnte of the State's highest court. Itemernbcr, we give you absolute security and pay you tho The senatorial district In which I live best rate of Interest. . is composed of eight big counties, with a population or more than 170,000. and an nrea of more than .1,500 square mlleh. We have one member of the Senate. The Twenty-thirSenatorial Cor. 4th and I'reclcricn. district, composed of the three small counties of Hoone, Owen and Oallntln KNOWN EVERYWIIKKE ns the SAFE nnd RKMAIiM'IlANK with a population of about 30,000 and The small town merchant, the rural husiness man or the an area of 748 miles, has also one farmer who uses a typewriter lias the advantage over the man Senator. One man In that district hci, who does not. ns much representation as six men In my district. The comparison of the The typewriter not only saves time in writing letters and Twenty-thirmaking out bills, but it adds prestige and reputation to the user. A and Thirtieth Senatorial trous. Districts Is just as bad. Many of tho Apologists for the Underwood law legislative districts arc worse & the Insist that under less adverse condi- representation being at the ratio of is especially adapted to use in rural districts because it will stand t tions the beucflcicnt effects of such eight to one. As a net result, there more wear and does not require an expert operator. By follow-in-R j a tariff law as the Democratic mens-ur- o are 400,000 citizens of Kentucky who the instructions we will give you, you will have no trouble prove entire- are today disfranchised and deprived now In effect would learning. ly satisfactory, and argue that had of equal representation, in the nnmt Mail This Coupon Today the country been prosperous when of Justice, in the sacred name of equality. In the name of the Please tend me jot free book the new law became effective and had which binds us together social compact as one people, no great world's war occured to Will help parents develop their sons into 1 do not In the name of the blood of common ue a typewriter at present. the business of the world, ancestors spilled In the pioneer days I am uinj; a typewriter ami would like to learn aliout your the best type of citizens and Christian then the feeling toward the when Kent 'oky was carved from the tpccial oiler to txcliangc it (or a tier one. wood Inw would not be so antagon wilderness. In the name of the heroes gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- istic at this time. These same apol- dead on the battlefield of freedom, "In Nam- etered and comes from the best homes in g ogists should recall that prior to the the nnme of the brotherhood of man which Inspires every man to love and r. o.. enactment of the Underwood law respect the South. Its capacity is limited, there- the rights of neighbor," 1 the country was prosperous and that appeal to you to righthis monstrous State- this fore, reservations should be made early. It was the very threat carried by the l wronir. ion can onlv do iim liv votinc To the L. C Smith Ac llroj. Typewriter Co. Democratic determination to ertact for tne .(.publican party, which will M 414 Mnln""Street Place your son in this select group of such n lnw, and by Its subsequent give to ecry man, woman and child CINCINNATI, OHIO. enactment that upset Industrial con- in all Kentucky fair, equal and just boys. Write ditions In America, and made the representation. My friends, I believe In economy. I country the less alile to stand the adbelieve in public service; I believe ditional strain entailed by the war public trust. ThJ that an off.ee Is Indeed, but for the war or- Republican party a abroad. has pledged the peoFor catalogue and information. Box A. ders that are flooding certain of our ple of Kentucky that If entrusted with Industries particularly steel and the power it will abolish useless offices, metals generally, as well as leather remove useless officials and abolish nnd cotton, the Industrial and com- unnecessary commissions; and, above The Issue Will nut Tie Klimnated. to the county unit." all, that in order to meet and liquidate Mr. Stanley lias a perfect Tight to mercial Interest of the United States The Louisville Evening Post of at this time would be Incomparably the public debt, will enforce the most Kridny, In an editorial concerning bo opposed to the county unit. No- worse off. rigid system of economy In the man body will atempt to deny him that ngcraent of public affairs. What we tho political situation In Kentucky, Now, our "Democratic friends, with need in Kentucky is less politics and privilege, and If he Is elected Govsaid: their eyes opened to the exigencies more business; fewer promises and "Wn ellnnncn If la nn n ..,..,. nf ernor he will naturally feel that Ills of the situation, realize that their more performance; more red pepper ' convictions have been endorsed hy great Importance to the llounr men the people and he can bodily resist pet tariff measure Is a failure and and less red tape; more saving In the whether Mr. Stanley or Mr. Morrow-I- s any legislation grasp at what they please to collection of revenue and less extravawhich may be con- they elected Governor of Kentucky. term the cause thereof: Universal gance In its expenditure. Above all They Imnglne that In any event the sidered to strengthen the county business depression prior to the break else, and for the greatest good of the State, we must destroy the political prohlbllon question will be elimi- unit law. I The Evening Post may bo assured lug out of the great war, and later to system which has almost destroyed nated for four years." effects of the war itself and in Kentucky. This system Is based and It does make a difference to the tho Doubtless the Eenlug Tost and a that liquor men whether Mr. Morrow or j their extremity to replenish the na-- j rooted in trade and barter, and finds great mnuy others wvho expected to tlonal exchequer may even endorse a its unvarying expression in the paysupport Mr. Stanley this fall would Mr. Stanley Is elected Governor. revision of tariff schedules upward! ment of private political obligations If Mr. Morrow is elected the county bo very glad indeed 'to have the prothe gift of public office. Posiunit and all other wise remedial laws Not, of course, with the Idea of pro- with are pledged in advance and filled, question eliminated hibition from will tecting American industries, but to tions have a friend In the office of the tlb campaign. produce revenue with which to carry not because of training, capacity and Chief Executive. de But it does make n great difference on the Tarious departments of the fitness, but in consideration of the syslivery of political Influence. This to "the liquor men" whether Mr. ' If Mr. Stanley Is elected the liquor national government. . tem has filled the State House with Stanley or Mr. Morrow Is elected men know, from Ills actions and It is earnestly hoped that when useless commissions, clerks and offfrom his positive assurances In the Governor of Kentucky, and the peoCongress meets the Democratic ma- icers, destroyed efficiency and turned cSjftLWMijZtEm off ple who are sincerely Interested In past, that he is an enemy of progresjority will have the courage to take the Capitol into a clearing house for sive temperance laws. the cause of wise regulation of tho up the tariff schedules of tho Under- - the trade and barter and settlement liquor traffic will not permit Mr. I Perhaps not every man In the 11 wr.oil bit. and Inrjease them even to of political debts. the .22 caliber as in the high-powquor business will support Mr. Stan-lle- y, I made my own race for my party's Stanley's supporters to "eliminate" your shrewd sportsman selects Republican tariff the level of the last because there nre his rifle and cartridges for results. that question during the discussions bellove in obeying liquor men who measure. Let them do it, it they feel nomination. I was not the candidate tho laws of the of any man or any set of men, or any And when you start to be critical, there's nowhich will precede the election in , land, but every liquor dealer who is the better from a suggestion, for business or of any Interest. I have where to stop short of Iitminglon-UMNovember. n models, the purpose of enhancing the revenue made no pledges, no promises, nor .have Made In Single Shot models In opposed to the county unit, and who with tile famous Remlnuton-UMsolid breech and The only wny in which tho prohibiI receipts; if they get the schedules any been made for me. I had rather now. the Autoloading model that siuceufully handle! 16 Is In favor of unregulated and Suncartridges without rtloadini. tion question can be eliminated is KtmiKttoit Autoloadtnc rm-fisulllciently high to bring in the re be defeated in honor than to secure For real .'21 sport, cct your rifle and cartridge! from the to eliminate Mr. Stanley and his re- day saloons, will vote for Mr. Stanley quired revenue the necessary protec- and wear the purple knowing that it dealer who displays the Red Ball Hark cHemmiton-UllC- . In preference to Mr. "Morrow and for will cover and hide a corrupt trade cord. tion to American Industry will bo Sold by your home dealer and 3095 ' the very best of reasons. and bargain. I had to secure my nomThere Is a vast difference between other leading merchants in Kentucky It Is repealed, that eloquent words thereby provided. ination r.o campaign fund. The total the attltudo of Mr. Morrow nnd tho nro pleasing D.MSn,nn XJ??) If this Is not done, a bond issue contributions, which came to me from it.:. Mi.it:.. p..,.:.i. to the ear, but actions fK5g3&s-2i- T .vf position of Mr. Stanley, so far as the Woolworth Building (233 Broadway) New York City of sttcli proportions as will put tho all soure.es was the pitiful sum of speak to heaven. w 0 r-irprohibition question is concerned. ( lo eland bond Issue far In tne $300 of which came from my $1,00S "As a man liveth In his heart, so Mr. Morrow is now and has always will bo an nbsolute necessity. brother; the balance in sums from $3 Is he." been In favor of the county unit prinThe national treasury Is bound to to 5100 from my personal friends and ciple. Further, he stands squarely lntvo money, nnd lots of it, and the schoolmates, without regard to party. n None Equal to Chamberlain's on the plank In his party platform necessity enn not much longer bo ig- I never had a single penny from any "I have tried most all of the cough nored. expended other source. This sum was which not only reaffirms tho party's for advertising, stamps and stationery. allegiances to the county unit theory, cures and find that there Is none that It will likely bo found that the Re- To secure my election to tho exalted hut pledges the party to do anything equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. publican contingent in Congress will position to which I honorably aspire, I which may bo necessary "to make It It hns never failed to give mo prompt in increasing the tariff shall not pledge a single office or make relief," writes W. V. Hamer, Mont-polle- r, more effective." I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording schedule to a protective basis rather a single trade. When this. great trust Ind. When you have a cold Mr. Stanley, on tho other hand, Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, than vote for a bond Issue in a time comes to me, my hands shall be free to take It, my mind not bound by has been a bitter and consistent op- give this remedy a trial and see for of profound peace. Hartford, .Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes and under God my heart and ponent of the county unit principle. yourself what a splendid medicine It the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohic county. is. Obtainable everywhere. m conscience free to strive- alone tor me Coiisllimtloii Cured Overnlirlit. lie has treated it with contempt i These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to eod of Kentucky and the welfare ot A small dose of nt every opportunity has done his uthear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, IluthiiiK HultH mm Rnlny Night Garb. and you enjoy a full, free, easy bowel her people, most to defeat it and its purposes. I love my State. Every fibre of my Atlantic City Visitors have dis- movement In the morning. No grip- belug thrills at the mention of her In the light of his record on this Is Podophyllln name. Every good Impulse ot my Issue It is impossible for hint to go covered a system to keep' down rol- ing, for before the people now and endeavor ler, taxleab and jitney bus rates in (May Apple) without the gripe. soul Is dedicated to her service. I corrects the cause ot Consti- believe In her possibilities and her futo convince them that If he Is elected times of stress. Fully 3,000 persons were caught pation by arousing the Liver, Increas- ture. If love and hope, if energy and Governor he will not take sides with liquor lobby in any crisis which last night on the piers and In amuse- ing the flow ot bile. Bile is Naturo's enthusiasm will avail, I promise, with the young and aginvolves regulatory legislation re- ment places when a terrific north antiseptic in the bowels. With prop- the assistance of the men composing easter walloped the coast without er amount of bile, digestion In bowels gressiveto bring a new and a our State We Knock the Spots Oat of Things lating to the sale of intoxicants. better day ticket, Owners of convey- is perfect. No gas, no fermentation, to Kentucky, to destroy the old order Hon. Edw. J. McDermott, Lieuten- much warning. ant Governor of Kentucky, spoke In ances Immediately boosted prices, to no Constipation. Don't be sick, ner- and the old system, that the new orin Lexington Thursday, August 4th, in the Indignation of persons without vous, irritable. Get a bottle ot der and the new system may work from your Druggist now and their wonders; to conserve and deof his candidacy for the storm apparel. the interest Suddenly a handsomely gowned cure your Constipation overnight. 1 velop our resources, to lay aside the French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Democratic nomination for Governor. STOP AT whip with which capital has been lashReviewing Mr. Stanley's record on woman darted from the crowd on a Superior Manner. .- "ed from our midst, and Invite It to cast To Tli Public. pier and sprinted across the boardthe liquor question he said: Its lot with us, to the end that the .Send us your Garments and Have "I feel that I owe the manufactur- stalwart spirit of gigantic progress "In 1911, when wo were nominat- walk into a bathhouse. Ten minThem 1 ing candidates for State offices, a utes later she came out in a bathing ers ot Chamberlain's Colic, Cholrea smalt move throughout the land, harDemocratic committee suit. She had checked her evening and Diarrhoea Remedy a word ot assing our rivers to the whirling spinnumber of the CLEANED CLEAN met at (he Louisville Hotel the night attire for the night and calmly walk- gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. Wither-al- l, dles and turning wheels of Industry, delving deep into the sides of our Packages called tor and delivered. platform con- ed down the Esplanade and let It before the Democratic Gowanda, N. V, "When, I began mountains and bringing to, the chanvention was to meet. Mr. Stanley rain. Others took the cuo and In an hour taking this medicine I was in great nels of trade our great undeveloped THE ELITE PRESSING CUM and said, came before the committee FRANK ECKERT, .Prop. people unwealth; to remove substantially: 'Gentlemen, I hear that the board walk looked like a bathing pain and feeling terribly sick, due to necessary burdens, from our make life, A. Iva Nail, Prop. and to H.H.ECKEfiT,tfor...' considering recommending party, hundreds of fashionable per- an attack ot summer complaint. After liberty and property more secure, all you are HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. for the Democratic platform the sons, checking their evening attire taking a dose of It I had not long to the great end that tbe Old State Up. county unit'. I want to say to you and walked) to their cot ages or ho- to wait for relief as It'beneflted me al, .ihall Indeed be tbvjat rest land In all Tbe Hartford Republican 91 per that 'I m 'opposed to, the county tels In surf garb. Transportation rnckt ' Immediately." Obtainable the world, atui that tne. sun Bit.iune1 again upon. the Old Kentucky Heme. year aad worth H. fall. I lave always 1mb opposed rates came down sudenly. everywhere. VJ08-10-1- 2 I Typewriter I Gives Business Standing I Nntldnnl Deficit Is Ihully in Need Of Attention liy Conpress. When Confess meets In Pccembcr One of the first things nr.d perhaps the most Important, will 'bo to devise wnyB and means to Increase tho rev- cnucs. It has been clearly demonstrated that ns n revenue producer tho Underwood tariff measure (the Democratic free trade measure now In force) Is Inndcquiitc. Democrats ns welt ns Itcpubllcnim nrc nwnro of that fact, ntid some effort Is bound to be made to check the growing de-- I flclt In the national treasury, to say nothing of safeguarding the Indus- tries of America against serious results which tiro reasonably sttro to follow the close of the European war, whenever that limy come, when tho cheap made goods of abroad nro poured Into tho country. With the tariff schedules as they tire now the mnrkets of the United States will be deluged with cargo after cargo of goods and every Imaginable character, and even with a higher tariff schedule acting as a restraining Influence, the effect may be disas- MORROW (Continued FIRES GUN from second page) In the government at nil. No e(tlzen will or ought Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest Central Trust Company d d The L. C. Smith Bros. Typewriter Vanderbilt Training School for Boys: g ELKTON, KY. 1 0 0 J 5 jj 2 5 MATHENEY & BATTS S IkHimiHIIIHIIIIUIIIIIIIIll 5 I JRemJngfoirUMC Rifles and Cartridges for Real .22 Sport er I IN I I I rt ' PMBbB NEW i,. hae,'--grou- I INSURANCE AGENCY! : to bar-gala- : : ht E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. t L&dies' and Men's I When Garments Louisville ECHERT'S 5th Avenue Hotel , Hi term candidate, who had sworn he woudn't do It, The Hartford Herald KaUrml .rctirriln to lit t tfc rotofflr docs very well. As n searcher after Artford, Kj., M nail mttr of th nefond the truth nnd n defender of the right doM, against the wrong, It Is a dismal failan nbnomlnatlon In the sight C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor ure of Its friends. This Is no "personal attack." Simply a kind reference Addreaa all communications to to the acts of one of the supposed Ifca Hartford Republican. moulders of public opinion. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS enbuciitxTa dfclrlDR th ier fent to n nfw ddnwa mnxt plr. the old mldrtfi In inhklnRthf LochIk unit Notlrr. 10 per line nml f.c I)nilni per Hie for rndi iHl.lllliinnl Itinrtlnii. ObltonrlrK, Iti rolntlona nnd CiirO t. Thick,rc Hartford Republican. slaughtered to make way for a third asking to rotate from Superintendent Public Instruction to Secretary of State. Mr. Ollbcrt Is more rxjomt. than willing to rotate from Assistant Superintendent Public Instruction to Superintendent of Public Instruction. This Is nil except Mr. Stanley, the head of the ticket, who nfter holding the office of Representative In Congr.ess from the second district six terms, tried to rotate to the I'lilted States Sennto last year Score one for Col. Woodson. Since but failed, who now wants to rotate he threatened to tell what ho knew to the otllce of Governor. Honest, now Isn't this some proposed about the Times nnd corrupting the legislature, we Courler-Jour-nel ALWA7S THE BEST! ELK'S Daviess County Fair OWENSBORO, KY. have watched In vain for any fur-- ( WELL NOW ther reference to Col. Woodson by perlln. tnonpjln ilvniif. The Hartford Hcrnld Is trying to "Marse" Henry. That must have Cbarrh N'ntlcra for rrlc- trw, but othrt Be per line. ndtprtlffiiK-nt'been a hot poker to have produced make us the guilty party because we Anonyinnnn comrnnnlrntlonii Kill rectlve no such death-lik- e stillness, and so sud- - republished an article from the tUotlon did enshoro News making certain charges If the Courier-Journhelp furnish a corruption fund, won- - against Judge Blrkhead nnd modest-de- r If any of It went Into "the shack ly offered some criticisms of Mr. 1C3 Cumlssrlaai ....... graft built." We may never go's attitude In side stepping nn In- CO rarmns' e know. Anyway 'Marse Henry should vestlgatlon of his title to the the name of Woodson from tlon. Just listen kind reader at the FRIDAY, SKPTKMHEIt, V, defense offered by the Hcrnld: 'buzzard" to eagle. The Hartford Republican dis. Ow-denl- y. al ' , Rln-th- at ' nomlna-chang- f Sept. 21 0 vJKV " The unhouslng uWRi,' of Woodson and I 5aaaaaaaaaVC3.r others by the Stanley steam roller, has much more far reaching purpose thnn surface indications would Imply. It is the beginning of the fight to defeat Senator Ollle James for remultl-mlllionnl- rc J. X. election In 1917. is furCnmden, the nishing the Stnnley campaign funds. If Stanley Is elected Governor, the Stnte machine which he will head. will be behind Camden for James' shoes. With Camden elected the rest of the programme will be easy, Stanley to succeed Beckham. This flj JlErUBLICAN TICKET. story was given to us by a Democratic State Senator who has always been a For Governor Edwin P. Morrow. close friend and strong supporter of For Lieutenant Governoi Lewis Senator James. L. Walker. The Shelbyville Record, In disFor Secretary of State James P. cussing the action of the recent State Lewis. Democratic Convention in deposing For Auditor of Public Accounts McChesney and McDermott Commit Edward A. Weber. Treasurer Wni. A. teemen lets the cat out of the bag. For State It says: Hunte. The committeemen who were Clerk Court of Appeals Earl For supplanted were friends of SenC. Huntsman. ator Beckham, but they and he For Attorney General T. B. Mcwere antagonistic to Stanley and Gregor. the other nominees, and it was a InFor Superintendent of Public Stanley convention. Mr. Stanstruction R. P. Green. ley and his friends wanted their for Commissioner of Agriculture, friends, not those who had been Labor and Statistics William C. their enemies, In charge of their ,, .. Hanna. -- i "" . Interests. For R. R. Commissioner C. M. On the same line of argument the Harnett. McChesney and friends of For Circuit Judge R. W. Slack. McDermott, Beckham, all those who in fact For Commonwealth's Attorney C. were antagonistic to Stanley In the . Smith. be kicked For State Senator Albert Leach. August primary should In L. L. Embry. out of the election booths Representative claims any Intention of mnking attnek on Messrs. Hlrkhead and Rlngo in a recent Issue, as charged by the Herald. When a man Is accused In public print of something that pertains to his personal acts, nnd his name is spelled out In plain bold letters, It cannot be conatrii'.t Into anything else only a pors.mal nttack. Ths Republican tries to a little Republican blame on weekly campaign sheet cm mi the news, published at Owcns-borHlrkhead and Rlngo can hardly afford to notice the vicious slurs of this journalistic nonentity, nor any other paper n personal to 25, 1915 $500 Saddle Ring. Harness Ring. , $400 Combined Ring. $200 Light $200 Roadster Ringf 60 Other HighClass Show Rings. '!' EXCELLENT RACING PROGRAM Big Premiums of all Kinds on o. Cattle. Hogs. Slieep and Poultry that reprints its slanderous ar- .r rc For For Circuit Court Clerk H. Riley. Wallace True to its old tricks The Hartford Herald goes to Frankfort to try One to discredit the statement made by Are we at war with Mexico, i would think so to read the joI, this paper last week that witness claims sold here for 75 cents on the casualty list. dollar at the close of the recent term We would like to know Just what of court. It publishes a card from day in October the Bryan special, Mr. Likens in which he claims that Well, with Senator James and others on the fees are paid promptly. board will start on its annual tour we do not know about that, we said that these claims were bought for of Western Kentucky. 75 cents on the dollar. Has any- An w" ilnnlml ft ' lm1 "" "" r" A nmnlftvo tt "' If, as Mr. Likens says, it only """' " Hera,d was en6a,ge,d bJnS takes a postage stamp to collect aithe c,alms and lw ",e e,d"or f witness claim he could have saved these tl,at-Ne what ne pa,d' 4 " several dollars by cashing thls PaPW the State presumed, and had a right to do so', claims here the last day of court. Talk is Cheap that the holders were selling them When you use They were sold at 75cts. on the the Farmers' Mutual at that price, because they could not Telephone service but it does take a realize on them from the State. Now, Httlo money to pay expenses, more ' Tiie vigorous instructions of Judge If, as Mr. Likens says, all they had poles and wires along, now pike and Benton to the Clark county grand to do was to send the claims to otherwise improve the service. So jury published in this issue, on the Frankfort and get a check some wit- the Board of Directors have decided subject of corruption in a primary nesses got "skuned." We don't to discontinue service on October 1st .election, are respectfully referred to know. The Hartford Herald seems to all who owe as much as two Judge Blrkhead and Commonwealth's to know. months rent, and then take necesAttorney Hingo. j According to the Hartford Her- sary steps to collect up. We have 14 C 'phones nnd reach The opening speech of E. P. Mor- ald's reasoning, if the Republicans about 1,000 others in the county. corrupt primary in Ohio counrow Republican candidate for Gover- had a Our finances are in good shape and nor delivered at Howling Green Sep. ty, It makes the Democratic corrupt wo want to keep them so. Don't denying 6th. is printed on second page of primary alright. Instead of neglect; don't forget; Oct. 1, 1915. this issue. It reached us too late for the ugly charges of vote buying and E. W. FORD, Pres. last week. It is well worth reading. the unblushing use of liquor In tho S. L. KING, Sec'y. & Treas. judicial district primary, a plea of It makes startling disclosures of O. R. TINSLEV, guilty is entered and set off pleaded. at Frankfort. EZRA BAIRD, If there was bribery in the Republi- HENRY PIRTLE, Why do we warn our citizens to can primary, let the guilty be pun-leaDirectors. Mexico to keep out of danger, lshed. The machinery is all In the but refuse to warn them to stay otf hands of Judge Hlrkhead and Com McLean Has Lost Good Citizen. and of pasenger ships belonging to na- mnnwealth's Attorney Rlngo Death removed one of McLean tions at war? We are trying our they said nothing to the recent grand to stand with the President on jury about It. If you refuse to deny counties most prominent and highly beet his contention with Germany, but corruption In the Democratic primary respected citizens on Monday afterthis seems inconsistent. Looks al- but content yourself with a charge noon at 3 o'clock when Charles W. most as bad as our hasty interven- of like corruption In the Republican Thomasson, passed away at his home tion In Haytl. Why couldn't we have primary, you but add to the case at Llverraore. Mr. Thomasson was born In Da exercised some "watchful waiting" against your good Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney who are doing viess county, April 11, 1853, and In then also? nothing to punish the guilty on eith- his early life moved to McLean counSome of the Democratic State er side and are busy seeking 18 years ty. He married Miss Hester Tuckpress Is trying very hard to lay the in office at the hands of the people. er of Llvla, who with two sons, the latter being E. Forrest Thomasson, recent "unpleasantness" on the Re- This is not a personal attack. the postmaster of Llvermore and publicans. Bless your souls the ReSpeaking of rotation in office, the Charles F. Thomasson a well known publicans didn't start the hissing of Beckham or the debate between Democratic State ticket furnshes a business man and captain of the naWoodson and "Marse" Henry. They remarkable example. There Is Mr. tional guards there, survives him. jbbjt have disqualified themselves as Greene, who desires to rotate from Two brothers, P. W. of Morgantown Jurori. by listening to the facts de- Clerk of the Court of Appeals to and William of Sebree and one sistailed by certain eye witnesbes, and Auditor of State. There is Mr. ter, Mrs. Mary Howard, also survive deceased. jny Jiavo made up their minds, but Goo(paster, who would rotate from thoMr. Thomasson was a member of Inspector and Examiner would you 'have' us do, put cot- State Is the Baptist church and a Democrat There our ears and close our eyes? to Stato Treasurer. ton In Mr. Logan, who Is willing to ro- - In faith. He organized the Bank of Ad an apoltglst for the corrupted ( tate from First Assistant Attorney Llvermore about 15 years ago being Democratic primary in this judicial General tp. the Attorney Generalship, elected president, which he held undistrict In which Judge Glenn waB Then Bark'sdale Hamlett, who 'Is til last 'April, when be was seized vur-tualI ," "'""'' ticles purely for campaign effect and then claims friendship for these honorable men. The Owensboro New, which is the j same 8jze 0f the Hartford Herald and has a larger circulation, says that on Wednesday night before tho August primary, on Saturday, in Owensboro, just after Judge J. S. Glenn, an Ohio county Democrat and neighcandibor of the Herald, who was-date against Judge Blrkhead, had been hooted and discourteously treated by a drunken mob, Judge Blrkhead and Mr. Clements, Master ComDaviess county went missioner f Into a saloon and paid for the drinks for these men. Three weeks ago this paper published the charge and offered space for a denial. So far no denial has been made. We presumed It would be promptly complied with. Instead the Hartford Herald attacks us for even mentioning such a charge, published in a "dirty little campaign ,sheet." The "good" people of Ohio i county want to know whether or not the charge is true. They are not concerned about its origin. It may be satisfactory to Mr. Matthews, editor of the Herald, who voted against his fellow townsman and countyman, to pooh! pooh! this charge away by asserting it was published In a "dirty campaign sheet anyway, thus admitting its truth but there are others to whom it Is not satisfactory. a ly The largest display of Farm Products ever shown at a County Fair in Kentucky. Floral Hall with new wrinkles and unique displays that will please you. COME! BRING YOUR FAMILY, YOUR NEIGHBORS, YOUR FRIENDS,, YOUR SWEETHEARTS; TALK IT UP; BUT ARRANGE TO COME! with an illness from which he never He was held in the highrecovered. est esteem by all of his friends and neighbors. The funeral was conducted from the Llvermore Baptist church at 3 o'clock this afternoon, with services conducted by Itev. J. A. Bennett, interment following in Oak Grove cemetery. Owensboro Inquirer. One five or Htole!. ear old, bay horse ! ita ! Finder A. plei'-.- 'flurri to or notify J Bilbro, Hartford and receive ..,- For the well known Daphreak Fertilizer call or phone In your or- der. Prices right. ACTON BROS. 8tf Orders Inquiry Into The Primary Pikevllle, Ky., Sept. 14. Judge J. M. Hobertson, famous election fraud Investigator Is on the job with an- other Inquiry Into the ballot corrup-- 1 lion. He charged the grand Jury convening with the Pike Circuit Court today to mnko a thorough Inquiry into frauds which came to light In the recent Taylor-Colema- n contest case In which the ballot box from Coeburn precinct was found to have been stuffed with newspapers instead of a proper return of ballots. He also charged tho Jury to take a thorough look Into Elkhorn precinct No. 13 In which the contest petition charges that "every Irregularity known and every violation of the law was practiced." A number of criminal convictions are apt to result from this probe. ! . WHEN WE JELL YoU A NEW "LID" IT WILL BE RIGHT UP To THE LAJT TICK OF THE CLOCK IN STYLE. LOOK AT ve - YolR OLD HAT, ONE THEN CoME IN AND LOOK AT OUR NEW Do YOU WILL J. WHEN YOU 5UY A NEW ONE, BECAUSE I Fifty-fiv- e sons explained by Moving ture machine. Seven big I ill! typewriters. LesPicDe- WE WILL HAVE THE ONE WHICH WILL .SUIT YOU TO A "T." partments Shorthand, Book- keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipassured. Position ment. Write for catalogue. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. kt Daviess t Co. Bus. College Incorporated OWKNSUOIK), KY. Hartford, Kentucky. m - - jntui. m-- -- yftjr0iir:rVgtvrgt,1nmmtmmtn r Hartford Republican. READY-to-WEA- R FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, L., II. & 17. llll llllllll!lllIIIIE!llllllllll(llllllllllilllllllllllllllllll!lllllllll : DEPARTMENT Do you buy you T-- . garments ready-made- i If you do, you of course want the newest in materials as well as style. It. TIMK TABLE. 8:32 p.m. 7:30 a.m. .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton .. fi:GG p.m. Ar. Louisville- . 7:40 p. in, ? No. Ill Lv. LouIrvIIIo .. 8:35 a.m. Ar. IrvliiRton ..10:OC a. m. Lv. IrvliiRton ..10:40 a.m. XV. Ellmltch . .. 1:04 p. m. ST. L. . No. 113 dun nt Ellmltch No. 110 duo nt Ellmltch No. 112 Lv. Kllmttch I 1 "37" ALLENLine Design. Latest 1916 Boat - I I i i We have made an extra effort this fall to get theverygoods you will want. See us for M., II. At K. R. It. TIME TABLE. South Hound, No. 115 Duo nt Hartford 8:45 a. m. North Hound, No. Ill G:1G p. m. Due nt Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) i i mi llll U. S. Carson. For American wire Fenco, call on lOtf AV. For Hran nnd ShlpRtuff see Ellis & lira., Hartford Ky. E. 814 Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Harrass were In Louisville first of tho week. Kills Milling Co. guarantee every sack of their Illuo Kluboii Flour. For Mr bargains in Heal Estate see Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, Ky. 7tf Try a sack of Illue KIbbon, best patent Flour, made by the Ellis Milling Co. 8t4 Miss Peters, of Central City spent the week end with Miss Kntle Pendleton last week. Mr. Howard Gray and wife St. Johns, Kansas, are the guests of rel atives In town. The Ellis Milling Co., Hartford, Ky., wholesale as well as retail 8t4 their products. You can get Flour made by the Coat Suits 1 MtCall Prices from The New I'atutn No. C779. ont nuny nw dcucnt lor Octobrj. Pntl Prirrcnt $10 to $25 r Ready-Ma- de Waists $1.00 to $5.00. Fine Tailored Skirts $3.00 to $7.50. Fancy Coats, $5.00 to $12.50. i I i i I New Millinery received every week. get our prices, and remember 'that it PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE See our styles, i mi A Big, Roomy, Powerful, i $795 i $795 Moderate Price. Motor 112" I 37 h.p. Wheelbase 32 x 3k Tires Demountable Rims I Top Electric Lighting I (one extra) and latest and best equipment I and Starting throughout included in the price, $795. I For Catalog and Demonstration, Call or Write i D. G. YOUNG, Agent, Allen-Somme- r, long-strok- e one-ma- n Beaver Dam. Ky. OHIO COUNTY BEGAN ifii JmI&Cpo, ss$S9$$roros$vQ$ft I West Ky. Seminary - THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Ellis Milling Co. from most any groStt cer In Hartford. Mr. J. E. Park, Hartford K. F. D. No. 5, was a welcome visitor at this office Wednesday. "Wright, Dawson Mr. William Springs, is the guest of his sister, Mm. C. E. Smith. Farmers, bring your wheal to tho Ellis Milling Co's mill and get some of the best Flour made. W. E. Ellis & Bro, have three Farmer's Favorite Wheat Drills that roSH'-leav- iiifiiirniiEiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiN FAIR YESTERDAY 3rd. Crocket and Port Lenord distanced. This was a 2:40 trot and was declared a dead heat on account of a foul. Ring Decisions. Ring No. 55 Best Jack, any age Willie Scott and Stonewall owned by Black & Blrkhead. Ring No. 56 Special by Black & Blrkhead, Best Mule Colt sired Scott S. T. Barnett, 1st. U. S. Carson 2nd. Ring 57. Special by Blade & Blrkhead Best mule colt sired by Stonewall. J. A. Hockcr, 1st, Erten King, 2nd. Ring 58. Best suckling mule colt, J. A. Hocker, 1st, C. H. Brown 2nd. HON. L. L. WALKER, REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, WILL SPEAK AT ROCKPORT TONIGHT AT 7:30 O'CLOCK. HE IS AN ORATOR OF 'GREAT JUirLIUX. HEAR HIM. ,.vV Announces the Opening of its Fall Term, September 6. 1915 And ngnin calls the attention of parents and Common School Graduates of Ohio county to tho following faets: Every Common School Graduate should be in High School this year for the entire year. We oiler a four year's course and are accredited. The standing .of West Kentucky Seminary and the quality of its work are of the highest. Our instructors are able, experienced and ef ficient. Tuition, to those holding diplomas, ie free. Good, cheap board can be secured in Beaver Dam. Our school spirit is genuinely enthusiastic and the boys and girls who come here to school LEARN. g S & P A For further particulars, call upon or address J.LOGAN STILWEL LPrincipal BEAVER DAM KY. forosssfrsfrsssfrs LUMBER. SHINGLES. ar Cj-dWe have received fresh cars of Yellow Pine Lumber and Red Shingle Extra Fine Quality. Red Cedar lasts well. Try them. Special pricei on Barbed Wire. 1.75 per spool, 80 Rods Lfght Cattle, 85 Per spool, 80 Rods Light Hog ., Writo or 'phone us. We can ship quickly. F. O. B. FordBville. FORDSVILLE PLANING f Iscerfwrte4 MILL t COMPANY Jake TMm Wilwon, Mgr. FORDSVILLE, KY. MMtMMMf1fMMMW; 8t4 they will sell for $30 each MIfls Winnie Slmmerman next week for Nashville where she Ward Belmont. will Mr. A. "WMorgan Owensboro Is here to attend the fair. Mr. Morgan Is an old Ohio County man. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee Simmer--, man and "Miss Iteatrlco 'Haynes spent the day in Owensboro last wuek. W. E. EIHb& BroTTiave ithree ply of Clover Seed nr.d other field seeds to sell .at reasonable lprlca. I have 40"acres of good pasture for rent. Just across the river on the R.'B. MARTIN. Owensboro pike. Mr. L. "J. Igleheart, &. prominent business man, of 'Dawson Spring, is visiting relatives in town, for a few days. Misses Mattye Duke- and Norlne Uarnctt M1 'leave first ol tthe week for Russellvllle where they will enter school. Mr. Itobt. Owen, Winchester, who Is attending the fair, an old friend of tho editor made a pleasant surprise call yesterday. Mr. S. L. KliuTTho hnrncs and hardware mm will move his stock into tho Grillln house next door to Messrs. Buck Wise, Bob Alexander, his present location. Lowell Fox, Dee Fentress and L. J. Mrs. L. P. ForeinwT" returned Igleheart left Dawson Springs Wedhome Monday from ah extended visit nesday at 4 p. m. in an auto bound to her sou and daughter Mr. slid for Hartford to attend the fair. Mrs. F. G. Foreman. Night overtook them somewhere ey Mr. Raymer-Tlnslleft Tuesdvy about Green River and they took night for Oxford, Miss., whvre he haw the wrong road. It is said they a position as professor ol modern visited all the towns on the I. C. and languages In the University of Mis- N. H. & jE. R. R. and crossed Green sissippi. River three times between dark and reach THE PEOPLE W THE TOKDH-VILL- E day light In the effort to SECTION AUK FORTUNATE Hartford. They attempted to cross I.V HAVING HON. L. L. WALKER the river a fourth time at Ceralvo, FOR AN ADDRESS SATURDAY AF but the ferryman told them they were TERNOON AT 1:30. HE IS AN already on the Hartford side. They ORATOR SECOND TO NONE IN reached here in very good condition, considering their bad luck, early yesKENTUCKY. HEAR HIM. morning. Mr. E. G. Barrass will soon open terday -- , a new moving picture show at the Death of Prof. Hedrlik. room next door to Riley's barber Prof. W. R. Hedrlck died at his shop. All the latest and Sunday machinery will be installed and the home at Odin, Illinois, last morning. He had been In declining hall will be furnished with comforthealth for several years, and his able opera chairs. death was not unexpected.! Prof. Mr. Noble'Bean died at his home Hedrlck was for several years a resiin Sulphur Springs last Friday of dent of Hartford and taught in our Mr, diseases Incident to old age. school two years. He was universalBean was one of the counties oldest ly liked. Ho was a kind hearted, and most highly respected citizens. honest, upright citizen and a faithful The funeral was conducted by Rev. friend. The writer feels a personal Vunhoy, Saturday. loss in his death. He married Miss Messrs. 'Will lam Moore, Otis Kate Tanner of this county, who surWilbur Rhoads left Mon- vives him together with Miss lone, dayor Lexington where they will an adopted daughter. He was a enter college. Messrs. Moore and member of the Methodist church and Howard are taking a course in me- the local lodges of Knights of Pythias chanical and electrical engineering and Odd Fellows. The funeral, con while Mr. Road's,' will' take agrlcul- - ducted by the Knights of Pythias and took place at Odin, III., Monday. re-ent- er eye-sores te nd .Mr. Estll Thomas, who has been Fine Prospects for Big Crowd (connected with Her & Black as head salesman for several years has rented and Fast Fun for Friday Ihe old .post office 'building and will and Saturday. embark in the retail grocery business for .himself in .a few days. The building is being remodeled and The big Fair opened yesterday show windows added, making it very with a good first day attendance. comfortable quarters for the Much fine stock was In evidence and the usual attractions are on hand at Clean-u- p day was observed Mon- the "mid way." The Broadway Corday by our citizens along Main St. net band is here and the music furTho dust was swept off the streets nished by these home boys is way were re- above the average. and hauled off, all sprinkled. moved and everything The aeroplane man is here with We will find that this dust will be his flying machine and will make delightfully missed during the fair. his flight today. We don't know to whom the credit Simon Smith's educated horse Is for 'this movement belongs but we one of the chief attractions. It can hope he will make merry over the do more stunts than any horse that fact that he has done a good stunt. ever lived. It is a show by itself. Several good races were run yesIn a fight at Williams Mines Wednesday ill glit between Nelson Blan- - terday but the best purses are to be Ferguson both men were contended for today and tomorrow. don and Race Results. badly liurt. Blandon was hit on the Ohio County Free for all, Maxey head over the temple, while Ferguson was cut In neck and over the kid- Ten Broeck 1, King 2nd, and Pistol ney. Blnndon came to town yesterday and gave himself up to the officers. He waived an examining trial and was held over to the grand jury by Judge Wilson. The other man rvas not able to come U town and Is reported In a dangerous For Sale. Good " Beaver ,, Four Room House, applyto M. Charley Ky. Taylor Dam, 10t2 Mail mo your order at once Tor Fine Raw Bone . .$1.55 per 100-lbBeef Blood and Bone $1.20 per 100-tbAcid Phosphate 70 per 100-lbRaw Phosphate.. ..40 per 100-lbFine Ground Lime . ..20 per 100-TbD. L. D. SANDERFUR, ' 8t3 Beaver Dam, Ky. s. s. s. s. s. Farm Insurance. WLer your house or barn burns down you Why experiment? ought to feel sure that your loss will be paid. Why not Insure company that has been doing 'busiwith an old established ness in this country for many years and has never had to be sued In order to collect the loss? Prompt and courteous with all of its customers. Insure with the Continental and you are assured of a "square deal" In case of Are. Why insure with an Owensboro mnn when you have a man hero at home who can and will give you just as good, if not better? Practice the old Idea "Let the home man liavo your 'business'." I will appreciate it and spend the money that you pay .me here ..at home. I am prepared to write fire insurance on any and all kinds of farm property on the five year installment, three year cash,' or one year cash plan. I have the agency for the Continental Insurance Company. When in need of insurance call me or drop roe a card amlll-wil- l Sincerely yours, be "on the job" Immediately. OTTO C. MARTIN. WRKKwCSCi' I 'HE name of EJ.V. Price m your clothe & Co. atu-facti- oa u a guaraaty ol and live value. Lctuiahowyou. Clothing Company HubHARTFORD, - KENTUCKY, , I tw ham by the convention is Illustrative who was In turn hilled by Another of the contempt with hlch the liquor ' officer, was taken to his foJMcr homo at Dnkedom Jhr Interment. He Is crowd regards its flpvononts. Dissatisfaction vlth the ment survived hf 'one sister Mrs. George HOTEL Democratic platform convmilon Is Bjnum; dli' brother, Chnrllo JohnWorth Tlrd Weight In Gold. voiced l)j n nutn'irr of repirsenla-tiv- e n "I have wed Chamberlain's Tab- son, Mu) Mb aged nnd tliroupliout tlic ncwepapen lets and found them to be just as rep- mdinrfr-- 'Johnson was 25 years old. Site. WIJHf Collins was buried yester-iln- y resented, a quick relief for head.WASHINGTON in the city cemetery. Imocratlc, b''i do not mince words May Find Help In This aches, dizzy spells and other symp-ton- s The boy denoting n torpid liver nnd n Mvai't.S years old. Ho Is survived by in expressing disapproval of various Letter. disordered condition of the diges- li's prints nnd several brothers and features of the "harmony Gathering" which In Its last moments abruptly tive organs. They nre worth their xl4fvri. Creek, Mich." I cannot speak weight in gold," writes Miss Clam broke up the pandemonium of hisses lUOFMCAN Thlrtj-s- l For 25 Cent. while United States too highly of your medicine. When A. Drlggs, Elba, N. Y. Obtainable and through neglect or city where tood lioteli In Dr. King's New Life Pills nro now m Senator Ueckham nttempted to utter bound, the Povrtuua httdi the SftteiikMi overwork 1 get run everywhere. d glass bottles, supplied In Jut. a remonstrance against the action of i down and my appe.10 sugar It It first In.tit hurt of St containing coated white the convention in unseating National , tite is poor and I Siijh Americans nro Tmi Strenuous. pills, countrymen. for 25 p. One pill with n glass lanLife insurance companies In the Committeeman Urey Woodson and have that weak, guid, always tired United States and Canndn arc con- - of water before retiring Is nn average State Chairman Kufus II. Vansant. f- ,iL.il ?? i feeling, I get n bot corned over n rapid Increase In the doso. Easy and pleasant to take. Quoting an authority on parllamcn H'i'ra ir TSntrHSS 's tle of Lydia E. It TV' tary law, the Owensboro Messenger Blil rate of men and women past Effcctjve nnd positive in results. Vegetable i death :H2i?:2iSSW Cheap and economical to use. Get u yesterday morning took Issue with CO years, especially from degener: ::i"fc Compound, and it T.'.llll bottle take n dose Chairman H. II. Cherry In ruling builds me up, gives ative diseases of the heart, blood ve- your Constipation will be relieved In ssels nnd kidneys. Since 1SS0 there Senator Beckham out of order when me strength, nnd re i, rz 3G for 25c, at all he asked the convention to reconsider , stores me to perfect has been a notnblellrop In tho mo- the morning. The TowJutan n refined, 1 its action In removing the committee- - health again. It is truly n great bless rtality up to 30 years, Indicating n Druggists. end restful. Its excelnnd I cannot spenk too healthier youth, but the wear nnd lent location on Pennsylvania i ng to women, men from olllce. Avenue, 18th ami II Streets highly of it I take pleasure in recom- - 'tear of life between 30 nnd GO Is The Mesenger says: ilcstrablr headquarraaVct it ters for bridal couples, tourist NS.,B leaving to those who reach noth"3'''-M- rsGO "Hon. Thomas S. Pcttit, who is Cameron', a conventions, Schools end utiles, Swan Creeic, colleges. , considered one of the best author!- - jjjcj,igan heavier depreciated vitality, and oftThe Towhatan attracts the In Ken-- ! en a diseased condition of vital ortics on parliamentary laws people of culture and education. Another Sufferer Relieved. Its proximity to Slate, War ami gans too far gone for remedy. Old tucky takes issue with Chairman II. Navr Departments, also to man? Hebron, Me. "Before taking your age and decay of the body, especially II. Cherry who ruled Senator Heck- of Interest, points historical discour-tempte- d makes tint hotel especially atham out of order when the latter at- - remedies I was all run down, weakening of the heart and thickentractive- to a discriminating pubI took ing SC$ ""id had female weakness ' lic. to have the Democratic of the arteries, come premature-- , . The Powhatan olTert room convention reconsider ,s ac Jly thru unnecessary strains upon and State with detached bath at SI.IO, S2 00 and up. Rooms with pritlon In removing several committee- - find today that j nm nn cntirey new neglect of the body when 'business vate bath, $2.50, S3 00 and up. men from offlce. It Is understood woman, ready nnd willing to do my nnd socinl cares monopolize atten'Write for booklet with nnp that Chairman Cherry's ruling was housework now, where before taking tion. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. In a statement last night your medicine it was a dread. I try to .Manager. incorrect. That the acceleration of breakup impress upon the minds of nil ailing O Col. Pettlt said: 'In men and women over GO is, purely women I meet the benefits they can '"During the night a resolution derive from your meucines. " Mrs. and simple, the consequence of the tiJ.nnniHiniinniiMiMnHi.imi ' American fashion" of living during GUAIIANTKEI) SERVICE was adopted ousting the State chnir- - Charles Rowe, Kenr.cbago, Maine. One hundred per cei it the years of prime appears from the man and other faithful officials from value. Speelal work for W. If yon want advice fact that there has been no core-- . their positions. It was an action i H. Ptnklimn Medspending Increase in the British Tho most economical, cleansing and O. W. not conducive to that harmony in the Trrite to germicidal of all antiseptics is W. P. STEVENS, necessary, and icine Co., (confidential) Lynn, death rate of persons over GO. The ranks so essentially Mass. Your letter wil be opened, British rate since 18S0 shows lower It. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. could have been postponed until af- read and answered liy a woman mortality in all ages. The statistics Representing Continental ter the election In November. Sena- and held In strict confidence. as quoted by Dr. Fisk, of the Life i Marble & Granite Co. tor Beckham, realizing the hasty ac' Extension Institute, New York, In an tion and anxious for harmony and address to the Toronto Insurance In- -- . ' success of the ticket, later In the en to succeed him. A soluble Antiseptic Powder to day, moved to reconsider the con- Hon. Rufus H. Vansant, chairman stitute, are worth study. Jl lSSo! be dissolved in water as needed. "Vention's action, In a speech that of the Democratic State Committee, the death rate In Britain from disAs a medicinal antiseptic for douches in treating catarrh. Inflammation or and Thomas S. Rhea and Bridges eases growing out of ordinary wear elicited the highest commendation. ulceration of nose, throat, and that "To evade the issue thus pre- White, members of the same, were and tear upon the system excludcaused by feminine ills it has no equal. Congressman Campbell Can-tri- ll given their walking papers and oth- ing of course, all communicable dissented Wedding For ten years the E. Plnkham thereupon made the point of or- ers doubtless considered more "re- eases was 26.6 per 10,000 of Medlclao Co. has Paxtlno Designs, In 1910 is was 27.3. In was not present liable," were Installed in their der that Beckham In their private correspondence with was 21.1, 1880 the United States rate women, which proves Its superiority. when the vote was taken on the orig- places. Women who have been cured say One of the gentlemen chosen to considerably lower than the British, inal resolution, and the chairman It Is "worth Its weight In gold." not being sufficiently advised, erron- succeed to a created vacancy on the but In 1910 it was 38.7, or much TAPSCOTT, FLORIST druggists. FOc. large box, or by At mall. eously sustained his point of order. State Committee was Hon. James P. higher. Why should there be this The Paxtoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. " 'Nothing could have been fur- - Edwards more familiarly known as remarkable difference? Every North Masonic Temple ther from the correct ruling. There "Jim" Edwards of Louisville. Mr, American getting up In years is viOWENSBORO. KY. "wa8 nothing in the convention record Edwards was a candidate for the tally interested in finding out why OHio Ccunty showing that Beckham was absent Democratic nomination for Lieuten- his life tend to be shortened beyond when the original resolution was vot- ant Governor on the Stanley slate and that of his brother Englishman or Circuit Court T. F. Dlrkhod, ed upon, and being a delegate to the was defeated. It was Mr. Edwards' Scotchman. Obviously one reason is Judge; Hen D. Hingo, Attorney; YV. convention all parliamentary law and candidacy which led a Democratic that the Briton takes his business P. Mldklff. Jailer; K. G. Uarrass. Operated by precedent presumed him present. In contemporary to say editorially just more leisurely, more regularly. He Clerk; E. K. Wrkhead. Master Com. Is never so absorbed in business that mlssloner; It. T. Collins, Trustee the absence of a yea and nay vote, In prior to the recent primary. Sheriff, S. O. "Pour years ago Mr. Edwards rep- he forgets his outdoor recreations. aj) deliberative body, a member has Hotel Company Jury Fund; Deputies Kuown, Hratcher; d. A. Hartford. "the absolute right to move a recon- resented the liquor interests that His personal participation in sport Is office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown ai Under New Management sideration of avote previously taken. were fighting desperately the county unremitting. Gladstone in his old Uilmorc Keown. Court convenes first age cutting trees in Hawarden is a " 'Senator Beckham Is a safe, con- unit bill. This year Mr. Edwards Monday In February and continues QUISENBEMtY. T. three weeks; third Monday In April, man of af- and Mr. Stanley represent the the li- typical Instance. The Briton gives servative and following his leadership quor Interests which profess to be In his body exercise and rest, and does Kates $1.00, $1.25 nntl $1.50 per Daj two uoeKs; third Monday in October, fairs, and two weeks. not recklessly sacrifice it on the altar In trying times brings certain suc- lavor of the county unit bill." County Court John II. Wllon, Meals 35 Cents. Judge; V. C. Ulankenshlp, Clerk; In vir-- of the stubborn determina- of business. His is a more rational, cess.' " better-rounde- d life, for, after all, Best in the city for the money. C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. tion of the Stanley faction to elevate a Other comment follows: ' Lexington Leader A Democratic gentlemen like Mr. Edwards to posl- - the main purpose of his life Is to live, Special attention to the traveling Court conrsnes first Mondoty In each month. contemporary reports that the State sltlons of prominence and power In and what avails business conquests public. Quarterly Court Dcclns on the at the sacrifice of years and health? at Louisville , the party counsels and In the first .Monday In every month. Platform Convention of this conCourt of Calms Convenes first "broke up In a row" last ' istration of State affairs, the personal In the great OWENSBORO, KY. Tuesday In January and first Tuesmost harmonious after-- . and platform declarations In favor of tinent may be found every facility night after a day In October. j noon and early evening session. the county unit principle must nec- - nnd opportunity for evading hardenOther County Officers C. S. Mox-loprevailed be- - esarlly be taken with the customary ing of the arteries heart weakening, Surveyor, Fopdsvllle, Ky., It. The harmony which Bright's diseases and other sympF. D. No. 2; Tom HI lies, Assessor. fore nightfall was of the brand which grains of salt. Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Suulls, Superintoms of the breakup of the wonderaccompained the fabled interview be- - j The News, Bowling Green A tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Kiley, y j ful organism of the body. lamb and the wolf. The portcomes from the Louisville the Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Ueiitou, "" Road Engineer, Hartford. faction, being In full control, j cratlc convention that Senator Cough JUSTICES CObHTS. to operate the steam rol-- , ham was hissed by somo of the more A Doctor's Prescription for Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftAn Kffecthe Cough Tieatinent. delegates present, but, ler, with none to protest, and after er 3d Monday In March, Tuesday aftSucceed tthen everythlr.f else fails. h to one teaspoonful of the process of Ironing things out had Kentucky's peerless Senator whose er Ud Monday In June, Tuesday aftIn nervous prostration and female er ad Monday In September, Tues.been completed there was so little of Democracy and goodness is admired Dr. King's New Discovery, taken as j weaknesses they ate the cupremo day after 2d Monday In Decumbcr. remedy, cs thousands have testified. element left by all but knaves and asses. In the needed, will soothe and check Coughs the old neckham-Hal- y L. A. McDanlel, Ilockport, Friday 1 FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND It was not visible lo the naked meantime, It should be borne in mind Colds and the more dangerous Bronthat after 3d Monday in March, Friday STOMACH TROUBLE Ailments. You can't eye. that nothing but the goose and the chial and Lig after 3d Monday lu June, Friday ever sold the best afford to take the risk of serious Ill- j it is over a dregist't counter. after 3d Monday In September, Hon. I'rey Woodson, the Demo- snake hiss. Friday after 3d Monday In DeLexington Herald The Democratic ness, when so cheap atd simple a cratic National Oommiteeman from cember. summarily removed Platform convention has met and ad- remedy ns Dr. King's New Discovery Kentucky was S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday Go to your Druggist from his exhalted position and Col. journed. It would bo better had It Is obtainable. after 3d Monday In March,, Wedget a bottle of Dr. King's New 3d YOU nesday after ft at li Monday In In June, W. B. Haldeman, of Louisville, clios- - not met. It would be better had n Atnii'ilov Cmi. Mr. Stanley and his asociates who re- - Discovery, start the treatment at teiuber, Wednesday after 3d Mon- commls- - once. You will be gratified for the celvt'cl hx the Prl,nar' th0 day In December. 1 WILL, TILL, A WAIN 1 i , K. C. Tlchonor, Centertown, Satsons t0 ieafi tho party let the verdict relief and cure obtained. urday after 3rd Monday lu each Since the Suspension Of the of the primary be the platform. It month. LoiliSVille Weekly Courier- - would be much better for party suc- - Three Funerals) UrliiK Close to Triple Treatment Tragedy At Hickman. Tuesday Wlnson Smltn, Seloci, iherp his hepn quae cc8 not t0 have the D,atform as journal, Hickman, Ky., Sept. 12. Judge for WEAK after d Monday In March, Tuesday enuncIated than t0 have tne revela. after 2d Monday In May, Tuesday jMf a demand for a weekly ken- - tlon Blven by the committee on or- - W. A. Naylor, who was killed on HV1H LUNGS or after 3d Monday In August, Tuesby Claude Johnson, tUCky newspaper that gives gaulzation. of the Intention to pro-a- ll Thursday night day after 2d Monday In Novomber. CONSUMPTION attemptod to arDundee, W. S. Dean, the more important State scribe all Democrats not in harmony when Judge Naylormurder of Willie Monday in rest him for tho w,th the Dresent ,eader8' tf vnu mention this Dacr we will send von March, after the second M Monday news, as well as the general Wednesday a Collins, was burled hero In the city a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday The Platform as promulgated is after feeling, coughs, pains news, crisn editorials eood dUaupo,Iltment. It presents some cemetery, following services at the that tired, MonIn in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak dayAugust, Wednesday after 2d CariOOnS anu ,ost valuable planks, but Is lndefl- - home. Tho services were conducted lungs or consumption. In November. StOneS, Iimeiy Hen F. Itlce, Fortdsvllle, Tuesday 'ntte in statement, argumentative In by the Masonic order, of which he OHIO MEDICAL CO. illustrations. after 2d Monday In March, Thurswas a member and the floral tributes day after 2d Monday In May, Thurs There is no SUCh excellent tone and resonant with silence on were many and handsome. day after 2d Monday In August, questions that are of moment to the paper as the Judge Naylor spent all his life In Thursday after 2d Monday . In NoState. OVER 66 Y CARS' Twice-a-Wee- k vember. Alt Stnrllnir flnzpttn The DeillO- - this county, living for many years at EXPERIENCE Den W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftMessenger cratlc platform convention met at Cayce and moving to Hickman about Owensboro er 2d Monday In March, Friday after n. ) miiHtl tiy I'ivj Wood-o2d Monday In May, Friday after 3d Louisville Tuesday and broke up ten years ago. He served as County He Monday In August, Friday after 2d On the Judge two terms, or eight years. It comes every Wednesday about midnight In a row. Monday In November. county unit made the race for third term, being and Saturday, (16 pages a prohibition question the HARTFORD POLICE COURT. plank of 1911, which Mr. Stanley so defeated, and since that time had O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. week or more), and is was In- been a Deputy Sheriff and It was In Trade 'MAk vigorously fought at the time, Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, DCSIONS in every regard. MonCourt convones dorsed, but merely In the manner of tho performance of his duty that he o. fln"ia skelrbCopyrights mj Marshal; each month. seconld Twice-a-Wee- k Mesday In Try the nJ dcscrlpIMn x Aifroai icnitlnf a vote catcher, and any effort at met his death. He is survived by his our oinlun frta'hcih(r City Council J.C. Her, Mayor; R. and "Lon Intention Is rrobablr senger for a.vear in connec- amendment was denounced. Thus it wife, two sons, Floyd daughter, Nay- flnlcklr urtrulii MftnUWs. 'CommunlcA. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. uean, Treasstrltllf ronddentlil. HANOBOOK on f aicula Mrs. tlons frta. OMsst acancr tot cunuptnts, being lor, Jr., and ono tut urer. Members of Council J. C. BenTl'itnM takta thrnuaa tion with the Hartford Repub- Is shown that the whiskey ring, Mayme Harris; one toother hero, Dr. nett, Capt. A. D, White. A. K. Pate, dominant of the majority party, pur- "W. H. Gillespie, W. H. Barnes, C. M. lican. Lon Naylor, and a brother at Cayce, SckMitfrc Crow Both papers. One year for .pose to run things In Kentucky to Dr. John Naylor. A kaiiMmctr lllattrslKl aitlr. Irirtast'ctr- Hartford Board Education J. H. cuUrtojs 4 wr wU.uSJriHttfclTlW!:ffl? Clubbing SUbSCrip-- 1 suit themselves If Mr. Stanley is The body ot'vClaude Johnson, who 1.50. All R. Carson.. Ch'in'h.: C. M. Barattt, (oafsaoolr mina few Sec.; E. W. ford, Tress. ; B. T. Col ttiktrntf, RM tionS Should be addressed to, elected In November. And the scant killed Willie Collins and Naylor, ami . lins, J. o. C courtesy extended to Senator Deck- - utes later killed udge Ky. Hartford, TaVos "Wluick At Frflmertr of rial-for- MEN WHO ARE Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAKTFOIID, KTi bin uwfcMioh hi 'tXli , ALWAYS TIRED grief-stricke- POWHATAN rf D.C. and (MlJoinJfcK countloft. Comlnhjrafej and Cfiminal l'mctiw . Spdolty, cat-cal- ls 1 Barnes & Smith. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Mttxvrs. W, II. U.irme ruut C St SmlUi announce that Uivy uavo form- for tho coiieral lrrooi a lurtm-rrtlilUce of law, cicejit criminal nnd dtvor cisi), Mr. Smith bevlug County Attor- Dry Is provtjutod from prauoickitg such ecis-n- . .Mr. IJdrtitii will liulhldtuMy practice. j accept ""eh UfXk.n In I Hartford Itepubllcodi building, Hart- - well-corke- . , Pink-ham- : JM - -- to-da- ht &m& ford, K" t w.win.sriuiTov Criiniwrll, Kv tinnc jnitrir. Ilnrtfiiril, Kt. JJj s;ccinl pnssrC STRATTON & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession in Uite djolulng counties. 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Tho republican pitrty In Kentucky In convention asaombled adopa? e6w followinR platform: (1) Wo approver the policies of the National Republican party Irf providing for tho dofem?es of our coasts against foreign Invasion, and the protection of American Industry against the pauper labor of foreign countries without Imposing unnecessary or unjust burdens upon tho con sumer. Wo favor the nomination for tho. Presidency of a candidate who Is In accord with thoso policies, and Is abreast of the spirit of progress reAid For Tkree SamMtri Mrs. Vis-ce-nt believe I would have died if I hattfl quired by ever changing condition, taken it. (2) Wo condemn the Inefficiency of tho administration at WashingWas Uiable te Attcad te ton, its Inadequate tariff law and Its tax in times of peace, which have reAfter I began taking Cardui, I was sulted in the closing of factories, the stagnation of business and the enAay of Her Housework. greatly helped, and all three bottles re forced Idleness of millions of workmen.' lieved me entirely. We demand the redisricting of Kentucky In legislative, senatorial, I fattened up, and grew so mucB congressional and Judicial districts, which shall give equal representation Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for stronger in and equal voting power to every citizen of every district, in conformity three months, I felt like a with tho plain requirements of the Constitution, and not as at present, in three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." flagrant violation hereof. Vincenf, of this town, "and the third and Cardui Is purely vegetable and gentit-actin- g. (3) We demand the repeal of the present Infamous primary law last time, was my worst. Its ingredients have a mild, toaM formed for the purpose of preventing freedom of choice to the voter, and I had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. favor the enactment of a law which shall permit party nominations for Juprostration, and was scarcely able to dicial olllces without regard to tho party affiliation of the candidates so Cardui makes for Increased strength, walk about. Could not do any of my n that tho Judiciary may be chosen on grounds, and the conimproves the appelile, tones up the nerhousework. tinuance In office of Judicial public servants may be determined by no I also had drcadfu! pains in my back vous system, and helps to make pJ other qualification than that of fitness. We favor amendment to State laws permitting and encouraging Joint and sides and when one of those weak, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a mlfltot nominations of the same candidate by the different parties. We demand sinking spells would come on me, I the repeal of the law providing for registration certificates imposed upon would weak women, during the past 50 years. have to give up and lie down, tho State by tho Democratic party for immoral poliical purposes, whereIt will surely do for you, what it hM until it wore off. by votes In Kentucky have become negotiable Instruments, passing by done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly In a dreadful state of delivery Write to: Lsdfss' Att (4) We demand that the public schools of the State shall be taken health, when I finally decided to try vlsory Deot..Chattanootra Medicine Co.. v...rTI. Chattanoora. Tn. kept entirely out of politics, and that the Interests and welfare of the Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly ttructiom on your case and and bmk. "hm Treatment for Woman," seat la olala wrappst. 3 children shall have first consideration In all public school matters. We longer school terms in the call for better schools and schoolhouses, for country and better pay for the teachers. We also favor extending the aid of the State to Its institutions for hightneBrMaaaammmt"W3SEgg'WWJ er education. 1 (5)' There should be complete publicity concerning the expenditure of money for political campaigns, and a law should be passed for the accounting by candidates and campaign managers of all sums of money collected for political purposes. (C) We demand the enaetment of a law providing for control of tho penal and charitable institutions, and for the abolition of contract labor, and we endorse the Constitutional Amendment providing for convict labor on public roads and highways, Insofar as the same may be 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, we pledge ourselves full of life and action, filled with the that the present law, Introduced by a Republican, authorizing State aid, fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, "IXIKMIXXtll"" shall be carried out, and the building of permanent highways throughout 8 win mane tho State by a system guaranteeing to the people an honest expenditure of their money, shall be encouraged. (8) We favor further legislation for the protection of labor from unnecessary bodily injury, and we favor the enactment of a fair and equipt-abl- e workmen's compensation law. (9) We favor giving to the Railroad Commission power to regulate public utilities of the State. Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, (10) We favor 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 re(11) We oppose double taxation, and will favor a thorough , minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone vision of tho tax laws which will equally distribute the burdens of taxintnenome. mere is no age ation, reduce the rate and not only retain the capital now invested, but limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free invite the Investment ot other capital in the State. We favor the adopYouth's Companion. li you do not know THE COMPANION tion by the people of the Constitutional Amendment enlarging the power let ua aead you Three Current Issues FREE. Incloss this Coupon with rour of tho General Assembly on the matter of taxation, and when such addi52 Times a Year request. tional law Is passed to make It effectual only when submitted to, and ap not 12. Tnoae who aubscriba now, sending $2 proved by a majority of the people who vote upon the same. We favor for the 52 iaaues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will such regulation by law as will consolidate assessment and collection of for 1915, will receive Tha Companion get in any of the monthly Homa Calendar FREE. taxes, sa that the cost of.colllectlon may be materially reduced. . magazines. (12) We condemn the enactment by the Democratic party of a large SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE number of obnoxious laws, the creation of expensive offices and commissions and the wasteful and extravagant expenditure of money, and we THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH promise, If given power, to repeal all such laws, to abolish superftous offi- ONE1 YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. ces and reduce the cost of administration to the least possible point con9 sistent with an economical and efficient system of government. (13) Realizing the Importance to the State of the prosperity of the farmers, we heartily approve of their legal efforts to secure better prices for the products of their farms, and pledge ourselves to assist them in alll legal ways. (14) For economic, as well as humane reasons, we recommend that the State of Kentucky undertake to supplement and later to continue The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 the work of the United States Public Health Service for the prevention Globe-Democr- at 1.75 of blindness from trachoma, a communicable and painful disease of the The Reptblican and St. Louis eye, from which, the last census report shows that 33,000 persons 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm are suffering in a single section of the State. (15! We call attention to the vast resources of our State as yet Owensboro Inquirer 1.7i The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k and Invite capital and labor Into the State to develop such resources. 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald (16) Expressly reserving the right of all Republicans to vote upon 3.50 the question of woman's suffrage as they see flt we favor the adoption by The republican and JJaiiy iwenaooro inquirer submitting this question to the The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k the next General Assembly ot a resolution O'boro Messenger 1.7ft people for decision at the election of November, 1917. (17) The Republican pary In Kentucky Is responsible and deserves The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 the credit for the county unit law. In 1907 we declared definitely for the local option law with the county as the governing unit. In 1911 we The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine. . 1.30 again declared for the county unit law In accordance with the Constitution. 1.50 We now declare our continued adherence to the county unit law, The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and wo do hereby endorse the present couuty unit law ot Kentucky, and Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 and we favor the The pledge ourselves to Its strict and rigid enforcement, adoption of such amendments thereto as may be necessary to make it effective beyond question. f- COULD SCARCELY Cjp? Ket Contents lSTlnMPraehi CASTORIA For Infants and Children. WALK ABOUT Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ATnimr.-- a run CENt Vn(rf .if it PrenaraKoafctAS" siniflalinilflicFoodnnJncAilj tlnrftl. ;fnmvKanJBawilsn A tffc.V rroraolcsDiilcslionflifffW' OniuniMorpuhieuorillnaal Always Bears the Signature of y In fife. si " t"w'y im.tl- r f ml jfv flff Use For Over "Ks.Fcvcrishncssai.1 LOSSOFStEEJ' ;ncStlBuCou-.urir- - u JgTHIMlT. 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We irujrintce to fumliili yen a better piano lor the money thin jsu can elirw)re. Vou arc assured of reciting wtire a aatlihctory tweet toned durable high grade piano. You Easy Paymints nu rain down, but after 30 days of trial, you can befrin pjyinent on the low cat, easiest terms crcr siiRKiteil by s piano mantifscturcr. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and It Is potwible tor yuu to liny a pkino for your home, without mNslrff IV money. . piy OUR CLUBBING RATES. IR.Ys.-- r R:arajalaa Krerr CUrck riaoo il guaranteed for IS years. 'Tola guarantee tut two of It our 56 years ot plane epTleree, and the rent tatlon of an reapontiUe piano house. r 2nd We bare constantly on hanil a lanra number of .Urfhtly used and second hand pianos of aU atandard makes taken In exchange for new Starck Tiano Tbe follow. and PUyer-PIsDo- land larnlM Waytr 60 Frit Musi 1st are a fnr sample bsnrauui Ltsstns Weber Stelnway Chickering Kimball Starclc To every purchaser of Starclc Planes, we sire free music lemons, in one ot the best known schools In Chicago. The lrtsons you ran tite in your own home, one year's free Instruction. $110.00 92 00 90.00 93.00 195.00 aw Starcls rUyer-Ptano- s the heat and nvwt tuutf ful Player Planus on cfis) aaarket. You will be delighted with the many ea elusive features ot these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleised with the ery low prices at which tney can be secured, Hut Plana by mall. This represent Send for our latest complete second band bargain lilt Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano book which gives you a Urge amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. laak Fraa P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO TARE $322 fHAILY W.vMflfll BETWEEN p iSJi mTVw aCTw S5;;..Y34 i ESs-Sr- ivatS v. BUFFALO ms:n3 m'J !. ir?5K!r2rfl ' aasgLi l CLEVELAND & Address all orders to AgeU Negress Is Choked and Robbed. 3THOI3. B. MOSS Plasterer. Decorator and Contractor. it Durglars forced an entrance to the jSaftSiiate homo ot "Aunt" Harriet Newcomb, Shir. "SEEANDBErF" TK.. an aged colored woman about 80 Bleeping sccunmods-Urn- s tha world. Tr lsrewt"and most roetly stoamer on onr Inland water of fur liCO passengers. years old, and the widow of Mack iu.mnnitrrini 3 Mssnificent Steamer. CITY OF ERIC" Newcomb, deceased, Saturday night PliTWH'N and choked her until she consented Dec CLEVELAND - DaUy. May lot to BnCato 1st BUFFALO Leers - S&P.M. "0 A.M. U.CUvVtolJ '." to turn over what money she had. MO Arrive Cluvsland J0A.11. itoivsUulfaJo 53 (Central Standard lime) According to the story told by the I ad Unatcro and Canadian points. Railroad tick- Kail, ESTSJSS. ".VSi "i.IJTiii Tl??ilinrlo ara kuoJ for traasDortatJoo oa our ateamora. Aak old negress the men came to her Line. cnr ticket .Tnt for tickeU vb U. & H. ifollltiiwrtiona!pu3irharL (ivciUt cover VHUvQvutiiBZ. Alaowk I home about ten o'clock and knocked I Si:CANDBt:L,,tonrociipiof fcr cmr jMMfcasBBBBBBaawasMsaiasaaawiMaaawaaasaawaw "" f' P on the door, at the same time tellM THE CLstVELANP & UUFFALO TRANSIT CO CUTaloitdrOhlo -- J was ing her to let them in. She suspicious and refused to admit them. They then went to a rear window ot the house and broke it open to gain an entrance. The room was In darkness and she started to strike a light, but the Intruders forto- bade her and she was unable ldeutlfy them. There were two ot them. They demanded what money she had, but she den(ed"haV'lng any, when they laid rougbt hands on her and began choking her. To get them to to desist she finally consented give them the money and she Lifetime oiDerieuco with best of workmen, arid can brought out her. savings, amounting when to $3.60 and gave to them, ! give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford they went off. Weak and almost suffocated by the Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. choking they bad administered she old woman says It was some time Rrt a '. I wv" before she was able to arouse tho neighbors and report the affair. It was then reported to the police and they telephoned to Sebree for Griffin's bloodhound, "Redoak." Mr. Griffith brought the dog in an autowas mobile Sunday morning. He carried to the scene ot the robbery and took up a scent which led him to the home of Gus Craig, colored, and Will Craig, ason, was placed under arrest. The dog also went to another house but the negro suspected of being connected with the affair could not be found. Will Craig was carried to Dixon to await his examining trial. THE REPUBLICAN. NEW UNDER ANY THE SEWINQ MACXINI OF QUALITY.") USE LIV-VER-L- AX NOT SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME i For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oE Constipation, Feellrieht all the time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps yc-when pleasant troubon your feet, while relieving-youle. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take anything else. Vou can't afford sysit Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nattem and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure In ita effect and certain la results. It will won't be long before li- - Vr-La- x completely displace calomel in ever home. Children can take it freely mdm d. with perfect safety. Every bottle 60c and $1 in bottles.. Nona genuine without the likeness and signs, ture of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartota, Ky. ax r tjuar-antee- Neuralgia Palus Stopped. If you purchaso the NEW UOME you will You don't need to suffer those have a Ufa asset at the price you pay, and will agonizing nerve pains In the face, not have an endless chain of repairs. bead, arm, shoulders, chest and back. Just apply a few drops of soothing Sloan's Liniment; lie quietly a few You will get such relief minutes. Life ant) the world and comfort! will look brighter. Get a bottle today. 3 ounces for 25c, at all Druggists, Penetrates without rubbing. 1 y t WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. la Ii rfm jSf r- -r '. CASXORIA Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S our latest catalogue If you want a sewing niuhlue, write tor, before you purchase. For pains In tn U Dt- - allies' Anti-fain back a rood PHU. recasaasT Millinery. Being the largest distributors of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Headwear in this part of the State, you have a much greater assortment from which to make a selection. Buying for three stores at once gives us a buy-in- y power that drives the price to its lowest limit. We place at your disposal a great assortment of the newest and best in Millinery. All in the world we ask of you is to come in, take your time and look at the new Hats. They will speak for themselves. Ladies' HWXV.UJMim IK, '1 wfl T xm, .tfStwfl '"1 am ism Ready-to-Wea- r. The Field ot Fashion Brought Right to Your Door. Smart, Practical Suits for 1TM Ladies and Misses at very Low Prices! The newest versions of the Separate Skirt for women. Stylish and inexpensive Fall Waists. WHAT A PLEASURE "nBm (V yfEJVT We have on display every good style of Hat authentic for Fall of 1915. be to you to know that there is one store in your reach that carries noth- It should I32SI n- - ing but reliable Merchandise that you can supply all your wearing apparel wants in this one place. Of the Fall Season as usual finds us ready to meet its every demand. Our buyers have used all possible diligence in getting together the best assort ment of DEY GOODS, DKESS GOODS, LADIES' SUITS and COATS, MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTfllNG, SHOES, HATS and FURNISHINGS, and we want you to decide how well we have succeeded. Everything is in its place, ready to see and pass judgment on what we think is a for your inspection and WE INVITE YOU TO COME-HER- E outfits for the new season. Come in and look us over. most wonderful collection of THE OPENING E. P. BARNES DAM, BEAVER LATEST WAR BROTHER. KENTUCKY. n Austro-Serbia- n NEWS Monday. torpedo boat Russia. Russian rfestroyer3 and sea planes are In pursuit of German submarines operating near the Crimean Coast In the Black Sea, says an otfteial report, which reiterates u "great success" near Tarnopol and Trembowla. There Is btill no blgn of waning In the battles along the eastern front. From Riga southward the Austrians and Germans are continually receiving and are keeping up efforts to forcw tboir way to the Dvlna and trunk railway lines. (iprmanj, Kmperor William has dismissed Gen. von Klucgo commander of the Eighth division, who was held responsible for the Austro-Ger-iuacheck by tho Russians on the Sereth River. n In a book written for KiiKlnnd. the purpose of arousing his countrymen to the necessity of Increasing the manufacture ot munitions of war, David tho British Minister of Munitions says that Germany and Austria still maintain a great superiority over the Allies In this respect. Ho declares that tho Allies have failed to take advantago of their resources and that(unless the situation Is quickly changed it will be too late. Lloyd-George, Tho rfliown Dardanelles. Tho activity by the Russians in the Cau- casus Is expected to lessen tho burdens of the Allies in the Dardanelles, who, uccordlng to reports, are making progress slowly withstanding fierce Turkish attacks. tho artillery engagethe western front. A tew isolated attacks by German Infantry, Jiave taken place, but according to cessation of Franc. on There has been little or ments Pari3 have been repulsed, and there lack of ammunition and not through have been further air raids and much any lack of men or weak strategy. bomb throwing. France. Artillery bombardments Halkun State. Diplomats still again are the rule on the front in keenly await the outcome of the Bal- France and Belgium. On the kan negotiations. It Is said that front Infantry engageSerbia has agreed to cede Macedonia ments In the region of Flltsch and to Bulgaria if Bulgaria Joins the Al- Tolmlno have taken place, and Vienlies and that the latter has agreed, In na asserts that in them the Italians case of victory for the Allies, Serbia suffered heavy casualties. shall have Bosnia, Dalmatla, Croatia and Slavonla. Bulgaria. The Bulgarian Premier, Vladlslavoff has reasserted that Tuesday. Bulgaria assumed no political obligaUnited Slates. The German Am- tions with Turkey or the Teutonic bassador has been advised that the Powers as tho result of tho cession United States will insist upon a dis- of territory to Bulgaria by Turkey. avowal of the attack on the Arabic and reparation for American lives Knglund. The numerous attacks lost. Evidence gathered by the on London by Zeppelin dirigibles hai State Department will be forwarded by Ambassador von Bernstorff to Impelled the British Government to Berlin. Arbitration of a principle appoint Admiral Sir Percy M. Scott, or a question Involving the safety ot formerly director of naval gunnery American lives will not be consented practice, to assume charge of the de to, It Is stated, but questions Involv- fenses of Loudon air raids. ing the amount ot Indemnity and the Wednesday. actions ot the Arabic may go before The Hague. The American AmbasKnglund. After a six weeks' resador, Mr. Gerard, had a long con- cess Parliament reassembled at LonIn don, tho first session developing versation with Minister Jagow, which it was indicated that Germany nothing notable except the Premier's was trying to Improve its relations Hat refusal to discuss conscription with America it was stated. Nothing proposals. The Prime Minister will was heard from Vienna concerning move a vote on credit vathe request for tho recall of Ambas- riously estimated at from $750,000,-00- 0 to $1,260,000,000. sador Dumba. Another aerial attack has been made by the Germans on the east coast of EngRussia. Field marshal von has at last set foot on the land, but it was without results, acd railway between cording to London. Vilna and Dvlusk, for which the Russia. The German drive toward armies have been striving since tho fall of the Polish fort- Dvlnsk goes forward uncheckcd.Gen. resses. With this railway partly in von Hlndenburg having captured twenty-fou- r the hands of the Germans, l is within thought that the Russians wriT be hours and is now reported to bo withforced to make a further retirement. in thirty miles of the Dvinsk fortress. In a review of a long retirement ot Riga is being left untbreatoned by the Russian armies. Stockholm dis- direct attack, but with the Germans patches contend that repeated with- in possession ot the Petrograd raildrawals were made necessary by a way tho Baltic port would bo expos Hln-denbu- rg Rovno-Petrogra- an Unless to his own household or his cere sympathy in their loss for It Is . patients, wo believe we recognize his ours, toq with tho best that truo France. While the heavy artill- sterling worth more than others, friendship gives. ery is doing most ot the work in therefore bo It Dono by order of Ohio County Belgium and France and along the Resolved, That wo offer the above Medical Society. Austro-Itallaas our appreciation ot him to all and J. W. TAYLOR, fronts, the Germans and Austrians who read It, and to his wife, childE. W. FORD, are engaged In heavy battles with the ren, relatives and friends our sin Committee Russians in most of the sectors of the eastern zone. ed to enveloping movements. Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTORI A FOR RiliouMiess and Constipation. It is certainly surprising that any woman will enduro tho miserable feollngs causec' by biliousness and constipation, when relief Is bo easily had at so little expense. Mrs. Chas. Peck, Gates, N. Y. writes: "About a year ago I used two bottles ot Chamberlain's Tablets and they cured me ot biliousness and constipation." Obtainable everywhere, in m Resolutions of Respect. Whereas, Our beloved brother and Dr. S. D. Taylor, has been called from all earthly endeavors. Therefore, We desire to express publicly our appreciation of his many noble qualities as a man, to be a pattern for our youth to strive to measure up to. Whether in civic, educational or religious matters, he has been a leader In our county tor about thirty years. But as a physician wo knew him best always Interested In the advancement of our profession, a member of our Club, also County, State and National Societies, an able writer and speaker upon medical subjects in these organizations, thoroughly dependable. 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