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The Hartford republican: September 24, 1915 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 hao1915092401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: September 24, 1915 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v vll)c Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV11I. A FEARLESS mdiow DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS I fteimMscittt OF OHIO COUNTY OF ALL THE PEOPLE Subscription $1 per Yar HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1915. No. 11 W. W. Drowder at tho church Tuesday afternoon to August 7 that repeated violations of Dr. It. W. Brow SHAMEFUL RECORD convey delegates to their homes In der. The peo- LOUISVILLE tho law were committed. town. ple having a legal right to particiJohn Duke Mrs. T. C. Peters, Rev The folowlng program has been J. L. Rcld, Itev. D. S. Campbell, Rev. pate In that primary were not allowON PENSION ACTS CONFERENCE arranged and will be followed as far Joseph Chandler. SPEAKS ed to determlno for themselves what as possible: Miss Mary Howe Its results should be, but In dozens Rcv.S. G. Sheland probably more than a hundred Program Tuesday night Preach- ley nnd wife. Smother Special Instances their voice was stifled by J. S. Glenn Hev. S. M. Miller, Democrats ing, Louis- tho deliberate, premeditated act of Hartford Will Be Host To Wednesday 9 a. m. Conference Rev. W. It. Waggoner, Rev. J, C. Gregory Instructs Claims Uutil Soldiers Rawlins, Rev. R. II. Rowe. election thieves who commit any form begins. Three Hundred Ministers. Ernest Blrkhead Rev. R, C. Alexof theft or perjury that Is necessary 11 a. m. Preaching, Baptist ville Grand Jury. Die. to effect their purpose. ander, Rev. W. T. Davenport, Rev. church. R. P. Haynes, Rev. W. C. Hayne3. You have been told of the abuses 2 p. m.-l- cr Address by Dr. S. M. Hooker Williams R. B. Grlder Washington, Sept. 23. The DemoPreparation." 'The To resulting from Ignoring of many oth- Annual Session Methodist Church Good Citizens Must be Equal 3 p, m. and wife. er provisions of the law. Those Preaching. crats have made a shameful record South Will Begin Next Wed- P. B. Taylor Rev. W. C. McCon- - of carelessness In the enactment of which affect tho purity and verity of tvymifauu ilium Aiiuresa uy ur, Cunning of Election ICulbreth of Nashville. our elections strike at the foundainell, Rev. J. O. Smlthson, Rev. J. B special pension bills, and will have a nesday Morning. Thief. IScay. Thursday, 9 a. m. Conference. tion of tho Government, and the enlot to answer for." 11- a. m. Preaching, Baptist' T. H. Bean Rev. P. L. King, Rev. forcement of all other laws rests upThis vigorous protest was uttered on the Just enforcement of election A. G. Frayser and wife, Rev. Robt. by a Grand Army veteran who rechurch. The annua! session of tho Louis- 2 n. m. Aildrnaa hv Dr V M. Johnson, Courier-Journa- l. laws. cently arrived In Washington to ati . . villi f'nnfprpnrn Mntlinillst Rnlsrnn.il " Rowan Holbrook Bishop James tend the annual encampment next , uiomas When wc have become so degener. . "Tne Transnguratton "of Declaring thatMn many Instances cnurcn south, win meet nere next preacuer Atkins, Rev. A. P. Lyon, Rev. A. R. week. : Itijthcf recent primary tho voice of the ate and so Impotent as not to be able Wednesday and continue until fol- - tlle 3p m preachlng. Kasey, Rev. J. B. Adams, Rev. T. L. "A number of my comrades for people hud been stilled by deliberate to have tho voice of the people certi- lowing Monday. Bishop' James At- Thursday nlcht Address hv Blsh Hulse, Rev. E. F. Goodson, Rev. W. whom special pension bills had been Mid premeditated nctn of election fied as they express It in the election kins will preside and some of the op Atkns and Dr. George stewart of F.JIogard, Rev. J. T. Rushing. passed died in want," said this old tyilercs, und that becaiiso of bucIi con- returns, then wo are no longer a free ... Chattanooga, We B.uuiwm..rasu! i..e cuuuu-jpeople or a freo Government. H. E. Brown Rev. J. C. Haskln- - soldier. "They did not receive their f ditions tho freo people arc victims of be In attendance and will be heard Friday, 9 a. m. Conference. of a tyranny are Demop tryahny more Infamous than that ...... victims Infamous thanmore abject during the session. ' , m. Preachlnit. Bnntlst son, Rev. F.h E.n Lewis. Rev. J. W. specialhadpension because thewording-o- f Tnn n . a. wvm.wa that from , w ...w. crats made errors in the from which they were freed by tho years u lms Deen wemy-eigs. T. Barnett Rev. S. H. Love- the special laws, and death came Wnr of tho Involution, Judge James which wo were freed when we be- 8,nce Hartford entertained this body church. m. Address by 2 p. Dr. Leonldas lace. Rev. W. C. Christie, came an Independent people. It Is before the errors were corrected." 1'. Gregory, In Criminal Court yes,n 1887 The Conference has Roblnson-"Th- e I Preacher In the J. B. Wilson Rev. S. C. Allen, Examination of the special pen- -terday, charged tho September grand one of the prices of our liberties not grown, oui me town nas aiso increas- Pulnlt." nv it n Vr.nto only that we must fight to attain slon legislation by the Democrats Jury to jnuko a thorough investigaed In size. So that what some peo- 3 p. m. Preaching. fight. B. Tappan Rev. J. 0 Akin furnishes a scathing Indictment of tion of tho election and return In- them, but ever bo vigilant in ft , ing to maintain them in their purity and wife, B. F. Green. shocking inefficiency. dictments where the testimony warand in their fullest vigor. Miss Susie May Rev, p;0 Du Scarcely an omnibus pension bill ranted. y I regret you have not a whole van ana wue. has been passed since the Demo$- - rut V He sold it was tho duty of the U. S. Carson Rev. J. W. Caugh-rocrats came. into power that is not grand Jury to postpone every other month in which to consider this quesI wish you to consider it most Rev. T. L. Crandall, Rev. B. F. honeycombed with mistakes which case, ami devoto its time to the In- tion. Atkinson, Rev. J. T. McCommack. blocked the payment of pensions to 4 quiry and to bring to Justice thoso thoughtfully and most carefully as body of citizens J. R. Plrtle Rev. C. E, Carter, old soldiers. who niakc a business of throttling the paramount of a ' y- alone, at this time have the powRev. E. P. Deacon, Rev. W. A. These mistakes could have been . tho will of the people at the polls. who vr r, .Trf . a w . er to afford to a suffering and afflictBeck. avoided by the exercises of the simHe impressed tho fact that ho was J. E. Fogle Rev. J. C. Brandon, plest degree of ordinary care. In not speaking from tho standpoint of ed people. Consider it to the exclusion of Rev. C. A. Humphrey, Rev. A. D. some Instances when the bills' were a disappointed candidate seeking necessary to Leltchfleld, Rev. P. C. Long, Rev. drafted the name of the soldier was but that ho would have de- everything else so far as Bring R. C. Love, Rev. J. T. Randolph; misspelled or the wrong Initials were livered Just such n charge had ho get at tho bottom of the facts. James Lyons Rev. P. H. Davis, given. In others the name was corpri- 'to Justice, as has been done In other been nominated In tho recent cases in other places in Kentucky Rev. S. T. Ashbrook, Rev. G. V;' Qun-dlJ- i, rect but an en or was made In demary without opposition. s and 'out of it, every individual, no Rev. J. A. Wallace. scribing the company In which he V Judge Gregory also touched upon mattter how high or loyrojliow num-- 1 Rev. E. D? Bog-ges- s, Served; and in other cases name and Owen Hunter gambling nml other violations, and Rev. W. A. Grant. companyiwere right, but the regiment urged the jury to mako rigid Investi erous they may boT who has been a "this diabolical conspiracy C. M. Barnett Rev. W. F. Cash-ma- of tho soldier was wrong. gations but as the September body party to your Government. Rev. W. C. Brandon, Rev. G. W. Lotour Either error was fatal to the payban only two weeks to servo, he said against be opened and your ears atHummell, Rev. J. H. Nicholson. ment of the pension Congress had It was likely their entire time would doors to any Information that can W. H.. Barnes Rev. D. M. Spears, awarded, because the bill did not exbe taken up with tho Investigation of tentive . be brought you, whether by witnessRev. Paul S. Powell. actly correspond with the official recalleged election frauds. es summoned or by any citizen who Henry Bean Rev. J. H. Richard- ords of the pension offlce.The ComDemand for Inquiry. ' comes for tho purpose of giving you son and wife. Rev. E. D. Ryan, Rev. missioner was therefore unable leTouching on the question of fraud a truthful statement of the fact. If al. K. CHURCH BOUT II, HARTFORD, KY. J. L. Schananbacher, Rev. W. O. gally to put the name of the soldier ytn the election the Judge said: Seat of Conference. these facts warrant an indictment Rickard. on the pension rolls. After tho holding of an election, against anybody who has violated the Rev. W. R. Mrs. Lucy Hubbard When the pension officials discoveither primary or what is known as election laws, either in casting Ille- pie thought might tax the town has) Saturday, 9 a. m. Conference, Johnson, W. C. Conant. ered these errors they were reported" a general election, it Is the duty of gal votes or In Inducing others to turned out to be purely Imaginary. 11 Baptist a. m. Preaching, H. P. Taylor Rev. G. P. Dillon, to the Invalid Pensions Committees the court to Instruct the next grand cast illegal votes, certifying impro More homes were offered than there church, Rev. B. M. Currle. of the House and Senate. Attempts fjury empaneled as to tho provisions perly election returns, defacing bal- were delegates to take tho places, but I 2 p. m. Address by Dr. Rawllngs were then made to correct the faulty of tho election law ahd charge them lots, marking ballots or, as has been upon request, Beaver Dam will take "The Preachet Aniong His Peo- laws by the( (passage of Joint resoluwith tho duty of seeing these pro- In 'some cases, by taking a ballot about twenty. A number of Hart pie." tions In, which the mistakes were visions enforced.' i say to you with from the polls and having t filled ford citizens will not have any.guests 3 p. m. Preaching. described and rectified. But their a knowledge of conditions which Is out by the election thief, for him Saturday night Address by Dr. passage was delayed for weeks aad not based upon speculation, but upon, then to bring back a blank ballpt and Plnson. A months, and even then ame of the Sunday, 11 a. m. andifi30'-p- . m. first hand information, that it is your (till that out for another yoter so corrections were inaccurate. duty, if necessary, tb postpone every that they may get receipts for the preaching at all the churches and Meanwhile death was thinning the ' . m the court house. other case brought to your attention vote which they are purchasing ,or ranks of the old soldiers at a .rate Monday, 9 a. if thereby you can bring to Justice Influencing, or whether it occur in Tne estimated above forty thousand a apolntments will be redd by Bishop those who mako a business of violat- any manner, and tampering with the year, with the result that a large ing our election laws and throttle ballot so as In the slightest degree Atkins and the Jireachers stationed percentage of the veterans In whose-behal- t Monday mornings tho will of a supposedly free people. to affect the returns, It Is your duty the laws were enacted died on to find Indictments. f you get reliable Information All the services 'oftthe Cpnference Tho law has without receiving the recognition will be held In 'the Methodist church subject there will be attempted this with more care, and which their government had declarexcept preaching at 11 o'clock each the usual practlco of this typo of with more elaborate system than aled was due them. day. criminal of attempting to Intlmldato most anything else, tho ballot to the In striking contrast to this DemoThe basement of the Methodist you Intimidating the witnesses and at- end that It may bo pure and that wo cratic record, the hlstorj' of spedaF church will bo turned over to those tempting to obstruct tho processes of may have Indeed a government of pension legislation under Republican attending from the country and Iho court In every posslblo way. If and for tho people. Where elecrule shows that errors of this sort neighboring towns. There are tacomes to your tions are controlled any such Information by election rarely ever occured. bles dishes and a stove nnd they can minds or the mind of any Juror about thieves they nro not conducted for sproid lunch there each day. from tho welfare of tho masses of tho peoany intimidation or obstruction Ohio County Fulr. AH the 300 delegates have been any source, I wish to onjoln upon ple: they are conducted In .the interThe Ohio County Fair closed last assigned homes and requested to nobringing that fact to ests of thieves who attain a wealth ou tho duty of Saturday, after a very successful tify their host when they will arrive, tho attention of tho court, end it and power through the manipulation DR. H. N. MILliKR, three day meet, under the manageMost of them will come Tuesday matof for tho of elections which makes them invlll bo a very simple Secretary of the conference and Pas- - ment of Mr. Harold Holbrook. Thero 1USHOP JAaiES ATKINS, iiui a low wuu servo uu Luiumuieea i deed a menace to the safety of any court to effectively deal with It. tor of Broadway, Louisville. Waj neoboro, N. C. was plenty of good stock and some will get here Monday. If you And ovldenco of violations community whore that business pre fast racing, List of Delegates and Their Hosts. of the election law and no other vails. The weather was Ideal and the atC. P. Keown Rev. J. R. Gwlnn, can bo given for the violation I Our citizens are quiescent; they who had offered to take them. HartAddis Pate Rev. T. B. Bandy, tendance far surpassed all expectaford will maintain her well known Rev. E. M, Gibbons. of your duty, it will be suggested to go to the pplls onco or possibly twice Rev. J. F, Black. 1 Rev. F, M. Petty, tions. S. O, Keown ym probably that the Judge of the In the year for primary and general reputation for hearty hospitality. Iu Friday night Address. There was general disappointment of receiving these Rev. F. T. Howard. court who gave you these instruc- elections. The election thief works, the honor good people the Methodist Are assistW. H. Rhoads Rev. J. R. Mc- over the failure of the "United Fairs candidate the year round. If our tions Is a disappointed by members of alt the other Afee, E, S. Boswell, Rev. L. Robin- Booking Association, of Chicago, to seeking revenge upon somebody. I ( bertles are worth having our good ed keep Its contract in sending theaero-plan- e son, Ed Hill. churches In Hartford, in sch a gensol- -' wish to say to you with all the citizens must be equal to the cunning for two flights on Friday and A. M. Barnett Rev. S. M. Bailey, erous way as" to display the greatest enmity and truth of which I am cap- of the election thief. It has been a Saturday. It was no fault of the Rev. R. C. Bogard. christian fellowship. able that I am not in the slightest long time since there has been an Charley Turner Rev. R. L. Tally, Fair management however, as they Tho Pastor, Rev. B. W. Napier has disappointed and have no revenge to example made of such a violator of Kann did everything Iu their power to loirttl4tfv nml tri tVi f ill In tha Rev. L. W. Turner. rewreak, butil do say to you that, tho law of this community, except great Carson Rev. W. E. cate the machine; and get It here. Miss Electra work which falls to tho lot of v. gardless of the'TnterestB of any can- -' In some very minor cases, Iftyoui The failure to keep the contract will Sutherland, Rev. D. T. Carter. dldate or any political party or of had 'In the penitentiary today all of the minister whose church Is host to T. W. Robinson T. J. Wade, .Rev. probably result In a suit for damany group of individuals, that it is those who havo committed felonies such a gathering. C. P. Walton, Rev. R. M. Wheat, Rev, ages. All the arrangements have been your Imperative duty to exhaust the in elections In recent years In this Owing to a rush of other and later J. M. Wooldrldge. in city It would probably be necessary carefully looked after and Hartford Tinwor nt this nnmmnnwealth L. P. Turner Rev. M. H. Alexan- matter for this issue, we are unable is keyed up to a high degree of ex tracing the responsibility for viola to, enlarge that Institution very great to print the awards of premiums. der and wife. tions of tho election laws. Some ly. But if you can And a tew and pectancy. The larders have been rer ,. J1,u'll.lrM. MiMMUl M. M. Murrell, Henry Leach - "". "v other communities, have suffered as make an example of them and let v"Walker Speaks at Kordsvllle. Rev. B. F. Orr. we have suffered, and some of them the word be spoken by an aroused from far and near. Hartfprd knows Hon. L. L. Walker, Republican Eck Hudson Rev. B. ,A. Hunter, how to entertain and she Will do it -- j ..! have awakened' to the necessity of uuu VUUB6BU luut t,n uuiativ .h. tua nominee fdr Governor, spoke to a Rev. II. Jarboe. saving their free Institutions before election laws of this community must nobly. A royal welcome awaits the tl m-smC, M:?Cr5vW-Re- v. J. A. Chandler, large crowd at Kordsvllle last Sat8uest6 and we MPect the,r influence m .t,n h v they are helplessly" hound by the con- , iiMi. B Reports frost the Douglas urday afternoon. Rev. James S. Chandler, 'elt4 by allA0Ur PC0T spirators 'against free government difficulty In dealing with this charac to,r ood meeting are to the effect tlat Mr. Graham. jx ouovim 1U1UIO, pit 1UUB IU IflD who are the beneficiaries, of the vio- ter of criminal In the, future. Rev. G. W. Walker made a strong presentatlon-o- t Mrs. Amelia Phllllpps train on the M. H. & i2, will arrive ' .elHsHHSmHiHIHIHIiliHIHHs i . lation of laws" oV'ernlng elections. the Republican cause and .pleased Pangburn. Rev. W. W. Prlne. K. from Madlsonvllle Tuesday at one For There is nofaiiy question in the '' RKV. B. W. NAPIER, S. K. his hearers, arousing much enthusMrs. Ollle Barnett Rev. k mind of any fair' mas who has taken Good. Four Room Hpuse, apply to p. m. ' "' iasm. Mr. Walker Is one pf.tfie beat The pastor "requests all 'persona Pastor HtirtfoisJ Charge, and Host of I Breeding aad wife. pains to Inform himself even slight- Charley M. Taylor Beaver Dam, . , , orators In the State . Coaferce.t 4 llOUUBUeU OB tfOUriU'l-6W10t2 who own' conveyances to ha've'ttfem ly us to the result of the primary of Ky. JUDGE i ' ni n t.i. ...! n, f mwmm. r '&' J9HJv'VsJv. -- si n, My, Mm m&(wM safe-guard- -- ex-cu- so 11- -1 4 ....j 'F m.n..i 81. '.1 1, A, In the winter, and. It gives the weeds Plowing Stuhhte. The average yield of sprint; crops, an opportunity to start beforo tho f such as wheat, oats, and corn In the, crop. i ureat, plains area from spring and in deciding the time to plow, tho ' from fall plowing, show that th advantages and i disadvantages LINE succulent stevr. of ON blind following df n rule prescribing, both spring plowing must bo taken Mirny Mlnglng Hlrils Mo. Heavy rains In Pets that are freo to roam arc less any particular time of plowing might Into consideration. to be pitied than those shut up orcaU8er n reduction as often as It does August Indicate that fall plowing Cats Cheer kept In cagos. Many poor llttlo sing- - a" increase in me yieius. i no great j niioiiiu no none, ns ino grain or niois- Ing birds must have died from want variation In tho time and amount of ture during the winter by tho stub- jommy Atkins. of food nnd water and many a vener- - precipitation In this region must be hie land probably would not eo.unI nblp tmrrot croaked his last "lion- - constantly kept In mind when con-- 1 the loss of moisture taken by the Jour." Already parrot stories nro slderlng tho tlmo of plowing. No weeds In tho fall. If only light Taken finding their way across the Channel, dependence can bo placed on a heavy rnlns occur, however, tho moisture In BricSal Soldiers Have nnd one trembles at tho thought of precipitation in August and Septcin-- 1 mo son produced ny tiieso rains pro S.cxie Queer Companions file varied tongues a. really accom- - l,er 'el ll irenuenuy occurs. As mciy wouiu na more tnnn onset ny the greater quantity of snow held by plfshed bird may acquire. It Is rec- - moisture Is considered the most Into the Trenches. of one that It could imitate Prtant factor In crop production In tho stubble during the winter, nnd ' the whistle of a shell to such perfec tho Great Plains area, Its conserva- - tho reduction of weeds iii tho crop. Spring plowing would then bo bettion that the men billeted in tho tlon Is the primary object In ter. The availability of labor "?Thr.e havo been published from same house suffered much from the In JtlHv? t tlnis the anecdotes of rescuo trick, which, as n practical Joke, was Stubble, weeds, and uneven ground tho fall will Influence the amount of ranwx am ting tne cats ami nogs 01 on,lnentiy successful. In fact, the ex- - nre common means of retalnlnc Plowing none, but a greater effort be "'"do to do the plowing If intadrxz. accompanied In some cases aspcratcd 80uiers were moved to de-- snow and holding a large part of the " perclpltatlon than If I tor Siwtrntts of waifs retrieved from , baby .vouId ,)e re- -. winter nreclnltatlon. In declrilne t,,er0 ,s that w WC cf vagabondage and mentU- - ferabie ag a feuow resident. ,ho rainfall Is light. The only ad-- 1 when a field should be plowed, tho I atnr- Cattle and pigs occupy a somewhat nnestlon whether a greater amount amnBes '" ,at0 rn" Plowing Is that Xr. AtKms Is noted for his kind- - lU(Tcrent position from the animals of moisture will be accumulated by ,hft anou"t of spring labor in pre-animals, and that his affec- - above mentone(j: whether It Is a holding the snow that falls than will narll,& ,hc SCOl eu 's reduced. This Mnrx. .arc Tiot Influenced by either hlgiier ono nlay be left to the food be dissipated by the growth of weeds advantage, however may be offset by or blameless descent Is pa- - fadlHst to jiscuss. There is how- - Is paramount. It must be decided reduction In the yield. ,, In deciding when a field should Arnt. 3p anyone who has ever visited over great dlrrerellce: that by the man on the ground. In an- -' M.wxrier exhibits at a station dog whereas in the one case the Joy of swerlng this question several factors ,,e P,owed the question of whether uftrcwr in India. The situation of j the encounter Is all on the side of must be considered, namely, the a greater amount of water will bo ac- raMA.pless victims of the war has tho cat or rabbU( )n tho other the araount ot moiature already in the cumulated from snow than will bo sifirroKl the compassion of all animal soldler ,s tho Bratified party. Early soil that may be lost through weed takcn UD b" tho wccls ,s the sreatest rowffio, uid .to them It will be wel- - . th IndIa reSrtment lost growth, the nrobable time before the luestion to decide, and this also h earing that the relief of cats touch wlth ,t8 suppileg for a few weeds will be killed by frost, the pos must be dono by the man on tho xaie uas ueen sensimy or- - daySi owng to ,tg bomg contlnualiy sibilities of Increasing the water In ground. ;BMJ:d by thoso practical creatures nn fll lnv frnn. onp nolnt . storage In the soil by holding the &ucxu;lve5. Worth Their Weight in Gold. The following instances l f .. Ilpm,i, nno Th- - mon snow that may come, the danger of "I have used Chamberlain's Tab.ail .vouched for by trustworthy had consequently to live on what soil blowing if the stubble and weeds io" .and have been collected they could procure from the peas- - are removed, and the distribution of lets and found them to be Just as reprfjwn2; Irum those witnesses; none is nuts, which was llttlo enough, so farm labor. The Importance of these resented, a quick relief for headsecond-hanin-Titheir delight may be Imagined factors Is considered in Department aches, dizzy spells and other symp-ton- s denoting n torpid liver and a Are in the majority among when a message came from a battery Bulletin Xo. 253. The Effect of Dif"ilvrs strays. Their vitality is a disordered condition of the digesgunners had found and ferent Times of Plowing Small-grai- n that the and it Js woll known that their rounded up some pigs In a deserted Stubble In Eastern Colorado. The tive organs. They are worth their e. niuaiisra do not decrease. Their farm near. Being Sikhs and fond of major portion of the bulletin Is given weight in gold," writes Miss Clara on life is severely practical In pork, they acted upon tho Inform'a- - to a description of the time of plow- - A. Driggs, Elba, N Y. Obtainable f.ict, detractors call It by a harsher tlon with alacrity. To save them from ing for wheat, but Is as applicable to everywhere. m .9vn-- . 'dho collapse of the building a lingering death, the pigs were' shot, oats and corn. The experiments ,..... . .,,. nM. T7irs.lHii4; the hearth to which she cut up with entrenching tools and were performed at Akron Colo, field ""7 "" r....r. Representative Harold C. Klsseng-a- l vraa. attached, the disappearance of cooked In the cooking pots of the station, but the deductions are gener- fchif MntK:nsers of victuals and drink, same kindly gunners. and useful throughout the entire cr of the I,,lnols Geaeral Assembly. is the champion of the country news .uut S&fc .prevalence of atmospheric Great Plains area. A Cow Prominent. paper editor. In a recent debate In .JJccttJiOLijces of an alarming nature It was found that there was a widA htndu regiment had an adven- -' the legislature, he had this to say: jhihk convicted such a - reasonable ture In which a cow played a prom- er variation In the precipitation of .suiarcuJ ot the prccariousness of life "There is no one nearer the peothe fall and winter when the moisxV"?c rround. N'ot far from the inent part. The cow is sacred to the ture should be stored than during the ple In tho rural communities of our ascxKCiof her homo she might come Hindus, so the men were proportion- growing months. Bains in August state and in our smaller towns than upon si race of human beings living ately disturbed and distressed by the ind early September Invariably pro-du- " tho country editors. They protect 7iui TaJtib'tts In deep complicated bur- - nlteous mooing of a poor old cow a growth of weeds, which us- the interests of their citizens. They -rowa. ana he. '.would at once grasp that was shut up not far from where ually exhaust the "aluable moisture boost the town they live in. They ix1j artrnntases of tho system. No they wero entrenched, nnd two or supply. The loss of moisture which contribute time and energy and kx3 tisrer saw her arrive; with her three "of them set off to let her free. has penetrated to a greater depth money to the upbuilding of their They are the iiwarsrs, her cousins and their coin-Ms- i! It was a perilous task, for they were than G inches, after the weeds are home communities. under Are all the way, but, wonder-- , T uflsprlng she insinuated dead in the fall and before growth foundation of our prosperity and our aatu tier new abode and was soon ful to relate, they not only succeeded starts in the spring, is almost negli- civilization. They are what the cities we have live off of. They virrs' rou.cii at home. Meals wert! In setting the cow free but returned gible. Either from land fall plowed jrfi 7Btftrr, comfort and shelter themselves to safety. The enemy, or from that covered with stubble are the strong fundamental struciiscnsrfrB und there were always bits irritated at having missed the sepoys light precipitation evaporates unless ture upon which we must build our 2 aaiA'uig to He upon. On cold shot and killed the wretched cow, j It falls as snow, which b blown into ' l,uslness Prosperity and stable gov- ni"jits.& cosy corner might be found which sacrilege so furiated the In- drifts until a considerable quantity moassauor runner sUxosi ap against the shoulders of dians that they were for scrambling has accumulated. As 10 inches of Bryce' tl,e Great EnBs economist, a. ali?(?plnK soldier tho this some-tiuut- out of their trenches and hurling light snow are eulvalent to only 1 saId that the menace of America Xs:f, to upheavals, as on one themselves on the Germans then and i i. - ...i ,- . i. , . e"- - was her treat cities, and that the had "" ;"u govern stablUtv of the American when an officer started Into there. Their British officers them .etrates the ,, to a depth , ! ment and the future of American .,, ilJSi.and vigor under the impression much difficulty in holding civilization depended upon the small iShrcc tir,r loud purlng beside his ear b animals No article on domestic vsaur. tho buzzing of a hostile aero- clties ani1 tows aud rura' communl- and pets at the front would be com- we want project and plete without some reference to Haflz TKIts on KirliiK Line. Every effort should tie made, there unbuild the country community lot 'The waking hours simply teemed Haflz is a perky chestnut Arab, and fore to conserve the moisture which us vote in favor of the country edisappers on ho came from India as an officer's falls either while the crop Is on the tor, for they are among the staunch-es- t, xwitft Suterest. Often truest, hardest-workin- g . nizX friends ork repairing trenches found charger. On the whole he finds war land or while the land Is lying Idle. of all the splendid Institutions we lSMtXSfitKPes occompaiiled by an in- - less strenuous than peace, for he Early fall rains will bo used by sees his sahib but rarely. He has have throughout the country." d .iutsixve litflo cat, and a weeds unless the land Is cultivated was generally present to sampled many kinds of stables, but Heavy winter snows may occur, but ."Jrfi?aSc An Kasy, Pleasant Laxative. suxnrtatend tho arrival of stores or his guardian sees to It that he is they are likely to blow off the field Ono or two of Dr. King's New Lifo vrvvrr&.'UTiHion. An officer relates that comfortable and well fed, so he has unless there Is either stubble or an as no complaints, oneaJsht when well within the firing leave him cold.andEvenfor shells, they uneven surface to hold them. The Pills with a tumbler of water at when part of night. No bad, nauseating taste; no ties wuv by the light of a German Slav a time and method of cultivation, then, belching gas. Go right to bed. Wake his quarters was destroyed and j; 'Hon a Mack and white kitten should be planned to prevent weed reuva&e besldo looking on with the fellow charger wmnded, Haflz growth and still leave the soil or up In the morning, enjoy a free, easy mained unconcerned, but the mere TJba3U expression of n spectator at stubble In such a condition that it bowel movement, and feel fine all motor cycle, of j. arawork display. Yet there Is soundwhicha ho was familiaran object will hold the maximum snow. How- day. Dr. King's New I,lfo Pills nre In India, old by all Druggists, 36 In an origi'iui2&2s Toolhardy or reckless about with ever, the period when labor Is availprompts him to emulate his compa'tJntflj- prowlers; they combine able will soon be an Important fac- nal package, for 2Cc. Get a bottle His y enjoy this easy, pleasant with valor, as was proved triots the dancing dervishes. In determining the tlmo of plowcoat is sleek and glossy, and ho Is tor laxative. 2 Err avm middled aged tabby that was ing. When labor Is scarce, cultivajfJttv jaTiidently making her way to keeping himself In good condition, tion other than plowing which will Is It Ignorance? tlu Tear during a bombardment. for he hopes to take part In a Joyous kill weeds and can be dono rapidly entry some day. An example of tho Intelligent criti"NYhwr nlrerved hhe was walking may be resorted to. If this cultivatilong a narrow plank across tion leaves the stubble on the surface cism of the Democratic administraA Good Household Salvo. tion by tho Republicans Is given in ;v irv.ncti, exhibiting no signs of Ordinary ailments and Injuries are or leaves tho surface rough enough haute but merely possessed of not themselves serious, but Infection to hold the snow, It may be of even tho declaraton of Senator Sherman .. Ttniiis'ifras purpose. She will prob or low vitality may mako them dan- -' t greater value than plowing. Disk- that the new tariff law is a falluro becauso It has neither reduced tho ably llwj to wrlto her memoirs. gerous. Don t neglect a cut, sore, ing or listing In the fall are the methcost of living nor, produced revenue. 51ines tho oat there aro her poor bruiso or hurt becauso It Is small. ods most commonly used. .rwiaiions the rabbit a family not Blood poison has resulted from a The amount ot moisture In the Every intelligent man knows that tho war has suspended tho tariff law 'txstxfb. "for courage They, too, have k or scratch. all such Kriimul i ho spinc; Is only on-- . i For Ir.nrned philosophy In adversity, or ailments Bucklen's Arnica Salvo is tho factors In producing grain crops. for all practical purposes. Tariff-payin- g goods can not come into tho slh that futallsm defined by some as excellent. It protects and heals tho Weeds growing with the. crop use ifhit. refuge of the weakmluded. In hurt; Is antiseptic, kills Infection and ' enough water to decreaso the grain country from Europe to produce - ?3l garden iif a ruined farm a goat prevents dangerous complications. yte'd- - It was found that fall plow- - rovenue and without their competinuA a liirty of rabbits the solo In- Good for all Skin Blemishes, Pimples ing at the Akron station Is especially tion prices of dopiestic goods will not habitants M'eru found demolishing Salt Ilheum, Eszema. Get an origi- favorable to weeds starting with the be reduced. Bryan's Commoner. Somebody tell Bryan that the Un what was left of a lettuce bed. Tho nal spring, how your grain. Plowing 2Cc. box from derwood tariff law had been In oper UKWK ot the rnbblt were stained yel-lir- Druggist. 2 ever, thorougly eliminates the weeds, Trnni lyddite and ut tho time the , and It dono Immediately before seed ation ten months before the war be o .ijlercvj German shells woro ltefu.se To Chop Collins To Make ing gives the grain crop a Briiis-start be- - gan, that It Increased tho Importaunpleasantly near. In fact, j foro the weeds commeuce Kindling Wood. to grow, tion of foreign goods without reduc..t & presently necessary to take Though many guests of tho Muni- - Tho Ideal cultivation would prevent ing the high cost of living to tho jvw,-aiif- i that It produced so whMo sheltering under a clpal Lodging House nro engaged weed growing in the ' f ivjl, leave tho VxvuV the olilcor in command, on each morning after breakfast to do a land in such condition as to retain much" less rovenue becauso of reduckuw ono of the yellow. llttlo work for tho city In roturn for tho maximum snow In the wlTiter, tion In the rates that the treasury iVmwa 'imunlea crouching near him, food and lodging, It was not until0 nnd retard tho germination of weed wasN facing a deficit moro than a year QKO,jLJ;hat it was rapidly v la iotj. rucked well back Into Its yesterday that tho morning chores, seed until the crop starts In tho trandforranJurFfaTorable Into nn It quite understood tho had to do with coffin chopping. j spring. balanco of trade, until the war nl taking cover, and until the let- n When a scoro of tho lodgers wero Possibly this may be accomplished .ttocwi vure eiliausted meant to stick led to tho old morgue at tbo foot of ( by disking In tho full and plowing In began and shrapnel prosperity arlAllit. I East twonty-sl- x street and. told to ' tho spring or listing In tho fall and rived. But possibly the Colonel Is 'another occasslon, a fat, moke kindling wood a of hundred or bursting tho ridges in tho spring may not so ignorant ot these facts as, for ,iq lonely possessions of a dc- - moro plno boxes, they wont at the bo moro practicable. Euriy fill sophistry's sake, ho professes to bo. ' tru?d tirm, was made a pet of by Job reluctantly. Beforo thov bad nlowlnir Is effective In that It Hestrrwu i&iicadldierfc. Por some days fortune been at work fivo minutes, a half weeds which use the early fall ure- nuMJud upon it, but fato eventually dozen deserted, and when tho task clpltatlon, but it does not leave the FOR FLETCHER'S It In tho form ot a .prowling was completed, only fivo remained. laud in condition to retain tho snow m PETS FOUND FIRING doff, and In tho ensuing scufllo Its Job was broken. "Ilunny" then Justi fied a useful existence, and rowarded a Its preservers by affording them ' I . , ( . Farm Insurance,, Why experiment? I ! V Bahlifts and V.:l,er jour houso or barn burns down you col sure that yeui loss will bo paid. Why not Insuro with an old established company that lias been doing business In this country for many years and has never had to bo sued In ought to ' order to collect the loss? Prompt and courteous with nil of Its customers. Insure with the Continental nnd you are assured of n "square deal" In case of fire. Why Insure with an Owonsboro mnn when you have a man hero nt home who can and will give you Just as good, If not bettor? Practice the old Idea "Lot tho homo man havo your business." I will nppreclato It and spend the money that you pay me hero nt to write fire Insurance on any and all kinds of farm property on the five year Installment, three year cash, or ono year cash plan. I havo the agency for the Continental Insuranco home. I am prepared "' Company. When in need of Insurance call me or drop mo a card nnd bo "on the Job" Immediately. Sincerely yours, I will ' aMj : EkS OTTO C. MARTIIN. tAMWM Ha& es ... Reducing the Cost of Upkeep . d. iT-ats out-,7iwf- . Bill Bnnntf; Lontf Wearing THE INSTALLATION of , L. C. Smitn (? Bros. Ty p ewrit e rs I her-:wI- few-gre- ' is invariably followed by the discovery that tne bills for ribbons are muck less than before. A large corporation recently found tnat its ribbon expense was cut in two. This is not an accident. It is the result of the mechanical construction that makes the L. C. Smith XS Bros, cheapest to maintain. The tall bearings give light touch and climnate pounding impact. The ribbon ii actuated by the carriage, not the typebar. The ribbon mechanism rs automatic, so that the ribbon reverses at the instant toe end is reached and without added strain. Low ribbon cost, low cost of maintenance and the highest efficiency these are guaranteed to L. C Smith & Bros, users. DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASK1NC ' "'"" xi "'" "" ,""" 'l to" ,, ZiZTJZrll lihlZiyiolaSa I " L. C. SMITH & BROS. Braclii 414 Main Street i TYPEWRITER C? CINCINNATI, OHIO. Homt Offic, and Factory. SYRACUSE. N. Y. AH Priatipil Citt four-legge- 0 ffi slt-rLo- - dis-vxrt- to-da- .. Telephones on Farms 50c per Month and Up pin-pric- If there is no telephone on your farm write for our free booklet telling how you may get service at small cost. Address V In-th- e a- . FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone ad-ver- and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. 'la BOX 119, OWENSBORO, rab-lii..- KY. Children Ory CASTORIA Fine Job Printing. Call on The Hartford Republican for . community recently Mr. and Mrs. Tom Key, a boy; Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Jour-junellakcr, n boy; Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy 'It Taylor, n boy. Misses Ncrva nnd EIlcl Fulton, of Hopewell were the guests of Miss producing 190,000,000 of fresh gold Audrey Drown Sunday afternoon. it a year. In his mcmornblo campaign Tli cil, Aching Muscles ltcllctcil. of nineteen years ago ho had tho Hard work, mean country In n state of suspense over If you had n machine that you could operate at . good Tho reference Is to Charles Dobbs, wall paper to scale off. Occasionally his surprisingly energetic effort to stiff, sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment day In nnd dny out, would you not count ns r. loss, thn who Ih the Socialist candidate for It gets Into vegetable drugs of similar reject the gold standard, and make lightly applied, n little quiet, nnd time It stood Idle? T" Governor. Mr. Dobbs Is a native of material which Is left undisturbed for tho dollar unit 4fi cents in silver. If your soreness disappears like magic. "Nothing ever helped liko your Lexington, was educated nt liethel long periods, nnd it Is nu open ques- thnt proposition had prevailed the Your money Is n good money-makin- g mnchino. Invested it I can never thank College nt Itusscllvtlle, Ky., and lm- - tion whether or not It ever attacks next stop would have been a paper Sloan's Liniment. our certificates ef deposit or on saving nccounti It earns lo-mediately ufter lening college bo- - carpets nnd d terest every dny of the week, every week of the monthi aneV. furniture, currency Issued by tho government, you enough," writes one grateful Stops suffering, nches nnd enmo editor of "The Allen County A somewhat similar Insect is every month of the year. t plan Mr. llryan supported In 1892 user. i at Scottsvllle, Ky. After monly called In England a "nrcbrnt," when ho cast his ballot for Oen pnlns. An excellent counter-irritan- t, Remember, wo give you absolute security and. pay you tS-bea period In the more or less exeltlnr; because of its fondness for ovens nnd Weaver, Hut the gold standard won ,,ettcr n"(1 cleaner than mustard. All rate of interest. carter of what tho late Kmmet Logan flreplnces, whero tho bent would do In tho United States, and wus firmly Druggists, 2Kc. Get a bottle or the Louhwlllc Times used to call stroy other Insects. 2 cutnbllshed by Republican legisla- Penetrates without rubbing. a "Uurul Kooster," Mr. Dobbs drifted Among the remedies for this tion after Mr. llryan's defeat Our Plenty if Monej But. to Louisville whero he first worked household pest in addition to tho dollars are equivalent to gold. All The fnct announced by the Compas a reporter, later as city editor of poisoned paste Is pyrethrum. Wher- government bonds have been paid in Cor. 4th nnd I'redcrlrn. tho "Commercial" predecessor of ever this can be applied, ns on book- gold on demand. No questionable troller of tho Currency thnt the presKNOWN KVintYWJIintK ns tho SAFE nnd RKLIAIITjKR&STCi shelves, It furnishes ono of tho best mark rests against our national good ent unemployed loaning capacity of "i "Herald- "- mid still later ns writer for tho "Louisville means of getting rid of the Insect. faith In financial operations. Wages tho national banks Is the lnrgest In Times" and the "Courier-Journal- ." have never been higher than now, the history of tho country does not t Telegraph of Kor several jears ho has been with mil nro paid gold measure. No strike the Evening farm 1'or Hale. nn insurnnco newspaper of Louisville j nighty ncres of good Innd containrow n of tnornu hns been pressed on Bucyrus, O., ns Indicative of prosperThe Insurnnco Kield, of which lie is ing dwelling, barn and other out lie brow of labor, nor has mankind ous conditions. On the contrary: Idle capital means that Investors u managing editor. It Is the largest buildings, sltuntcd on Hartford nnd '.ecu crucified on n cross of coM. m publication for tbiit line of business Itoclqiort road. Well ami spring on The large fortune nnd Income thnt nre not making dividends, and the MZ average person may not feel n very in the world. farm. Church nnd schoolhouso near. Mr. Hrjan has acquired, through Krom his boyhood ilr. Dobbs has Pen price, terms, etc., call or address American opportunity, nro reckoned serious Interest in that, but idle capibeen n champion of working clahu n gold dollars. The wealth of the tal also means thnt labor is not beUAKNKTT & SON. Agts. rights. During vacations In his col-le- Sltf Tutted States In the neighborhood of ing employed to the limit that might Hartford, Ky. dnys he learned the printer's mo hundred and eighty billion dol- bo desired. Mi It Is undoubtedly true thnt never typo- trade nnd is a member of tho lars Is on the gold basis. Ohio County' Cltlrcnshlp. graphical unloa. For (If teen ears' An Ohio County space-fillin- g Mr. Hryan mnde two campaigns before was there so much money in cor- Will help parents develop their sons into or more in Louisville lie has been ac- - respondent to tho city news, whoso for free silver, nnd, losing both tried the hank vaults ready to bo loaned. MS Is true that there never was the best type of citizens and Christian-gentlemen- . stive as an exponent or tho cause of stun" Is read with small respect liy Imperialism ns the issue. He lost Also It .on two occasion? bdlng the Labor tho citrons or thnt county, hns scnt-HD- again, and where Is tho Imperialism? a ttoo when it was more difficult to Its patronage is widely scatOrator for tho united trades tered broadcast exaggerated reports Not In the "Philippines, nor yet Jn the borow money for legitimate business tered and comes from the best homes in-thbodies of Louisville. Ho has becomo of the "possum hunter" troubles treatment of Cuba, nor nnywhere In uses. So it turns out that a country may be loaded with money and yet, "Known as a scholarly but vigorous 1 there, and for some three dollars the natlonnl domain. Mr. Hrynifhas South. Its capacity is limited, thereconditions, be far ponent of tire jirinoiiiles he professes per column seems willing to slander always been n radical free trnder, nnd" tinder Free-Trad- e imm haa been In great demand for ad- - tho people of his own vicinage. was prominent in shaping the pres-'nt from prosperious. fore, reservations should be made early.. dresses before civic, educatlonnl nnd There have been some "possum Democratic tariff, a confused and Place your son in this select gioup of religious Doutes. hunters" outrnges in Ohio county, abortive thing In its practical work mnuy enrs ho has been noml- - but as the correspondent Tererred to ings. In advocacy of a strenuous . For FOR FLETCHER'S boys. Write --fcnated for umj 'ulllce or another by lives In the center of tho small area peace Mr. Bryan shows his jiecuXWr-Itle- s J,hls "comrades" the Soclnllst Party of their operation thcro Is little d of Judgment again. If has always made active cam- - cuse for the false reports Ire lias One Year's Lost Rhips. sea travel are abridged palgns. His politics, however, have sent out to newspapers nbout their y any nation Mr. IJryan would keep The number of ships lost to combeen tho concern of his leisure hours operations. For catalogue and information. Box .AL off the sen. or waiving the rights, merce throughout the world is pre ;ggj b he has arwuys been the hardest There arc moro than thirty fhous- - travel on some particular lines oiot sented in the statistical summary for . working sort of a worklngmnn. jnnd good citizens in Ohio county nnd objected to by nations thnt make 1014, prepared by "Lloyd's Register,' Mr. Dobbs expects to do consider- - the night marauders, w'ho never num. their own International law while which announces in the course of n ' ll... iM. 'nolo speaking out in the State dur- - ' bered moro thnn two hundred men you wait. tho j ear the gross reduction in the I lng the cnmj)algn and as he is io and' their operations were confined .Hut Mr. Bryan's ndvltre as n poli- effective mercantile marine of the .. 1 J1 irn(l(lnitt ml w t rtliMtalHi in U. 11IU -iVJ 4 111113 , --SHOU Itl IlOl UL tician has 'one undoubted ..111 i 'anil tm.l ust frvtiuvu n a iMianuih IU n vnlue.y It world amounted to 76C vessels of Jpersonallty and an orator of force ho?' tho njensuro of Ohio county cltlzen- - LsuggestBjthut the right course will bo tons, excluding all vessels of found by looking elsewhere for coun- loss than lO0 tons. Of this total 491 i .f ricriit llm fntt tlm tv 1i v. rnnrounnfu Tim tVin ml lonnotiln Jk lln(1 n..uHii, sel in any national artair. Globe were steamers representing 870, CC2 111(11 lilV uv .( I.WU1IIJ f W".ttHJ M VAfiw tuv tons, and 275 sailing vessels, of 184-4.jji minority party. is sound to the core lbshown by (he Democrnt. t ' A reefnt Issue of the "Western fact that already four 'possum o- tons. The reduction was due to sm Important insur- - ters" hno been tried, sentenced and those loit, broken up, condemned, To The Public. mice publication of Chlcngo, had this delivered to (he penitentiary, a "I feel that I owe the manufacturers etc. to say nbout "Mr. Dobbs: Churles greater number thnn were ever sen- The sailing vessel record is prnc-ticalof Chamberlain's Colic," Cholren Dobbs, managing editor of tho Insur- tonced before from nny county In tho same as in lDlS but the and Diarrhoea Kcmcxly a word of loss to commerce of steamers reprennco Field Field, of Louisville, who the State. Ib almost ns will known to Socialists The people 'of Ohio county have n gratitude," writes Mrr..T. N. Wlthcr-il- l, sented a total of 338,000 tons higher ns he Is to Insurance men, bus been cltlrenship that beliees in a govern- Gowanda, N. Y. "When I began thnn for the preceding year. nominated for Governor of Kentucky ment by law nnd they 'have a bravo taking this medicine I was in great The losses Involved are hut a small percentage of the full mercantile on the Soclnllst ticket. Mr. Dobbs sheriff and n Tearless county attorney pain nnd feeling terribly sick, duo to has run for a good many offices, and ' from whom some other counties in an nttack of summer complaint. After marine of the countries, the figures for which for 1914 were: Steamers, his friends think that ultimately he Western Kentucky might get a vnl- - taking a dose of It I imd not long 24,444, tonnnge, 27 987 782; sailing inny uo Honored ny ueing hbk io run name receipt for dealing with "pos-- J to wait for relief as benefited me it al vessels, 0,392, tonnage 30 C85 for president. 'Wllo the chances sum hunters." 75; most immediately." Obtainable nro that the next governor qf Ken- As a former liltizeu ot'Oliio coun- -' everywhere. btearaers and sailing vessels, 30 83C, m tonnage, 31 C73 457. lucky will not be named Dobbs, it Is ty the "writer "knows the facts, and go fur- - ho hns little putlenco With n mnn certain that the state could "Was Unable To lxplnln. arm For Sale. TN the .22 caliber as in the liigh-poarather nnd fare wori with regard to who will disgrace his home county v There is a very stern PJiiladelphia 150 Acres on Hartford and Itockpor , X arms, yotif slircwu sportsmnn selecto- - M gubernatorial timber." whether fyy "posum hunting" or trn-- woman who demands instant and unins rule and cartridges for rcsjiltt. j ducing It throntJh the columns of questioning obedience from her chil- (road, 1 2 miles from Broadway and And when you start to be critical, there" k 2 miles from Rockport. Schoolhouso Biliousness mid Constipation. the press. J. II. T. wlicrc to stop short of Ilrminglon-Uildren. Ono nfternoon a fctorm came on ddgo of farm and church near. Ky. San. It Is certainly surprising that nny Made fn tinkle Shot models in mufitMc up and sho told her little son, John, solid breech with the famout Kemlniitgn-UMxu3 Three roads pass dwelling houso woman will endure the miserable now, ineuioiojains nioqei uiai succfiijuity Aanatr ru to close the trap leading to the Hat c JiemtttUm Autolnadinz eortrtdtrs uithontreU:'cdiw&. Which is on ILortiord R. F. D. No. feelings rnusei' by biliousness nnd " A- . o.n of the house. "Yes, mother 1'or real .22 sport, get jour rille and cartridges from tics Most of land perfectly level. Any constipation, when relief Is so easily dealer who displays the Red 11M &l ark of Rtmtngtox-- UC John. "John, I told you to desiring to purchase farm will do had at so little expense. Mrs. Chas. Sold by your home dealer and 309S shut 'the trap!" "Yes, but, mother " I ioa.2 ull to investigate. Price reasona,- Peck, Gates, N. Y. writes: "About other le n dine merchants in Kentucky "John, shut that trap!" "All right, ble. Apply for further information a year ago I used two bottles of ? Remington n Metallic Cirtridfe G 1f you say po hue " I mother, Woolworth Building (233 Broadwty) New YoftCtj-to BARNKTT & SON. Agents. Chamberlain's Tablets and they cur"John!" Whereupon John slowly ed mo of biliousness and constipaclimbed to tho stairs and shut the Win- - Talk Prohibited. tion." Obtainable everywhere, m trap. Tho afternoon went by nnd Tlio I'ennsjlvnnln railroad moved There Is Hardly A Woman tho storm howled nnd raged. wisely in nn order Sthcrflsu a (Pest. "" r5V Who Does Not Rely Upon hours Inter tho family gatheredTwo ' that none Issuing employes nt Altoona for of Its should HouMiwies who are annoyed by Lydia E. Pinkh&m's Vegand When the meal was kali guo the question of tho European mia-ovBdamage done by Insects to their i i over Aunt Mary, who was staying ( mar. In nil operations where men etable Compound. books, papers, cfothlng nnd other nr- -' with tho mother had not appeared, of so many different nationalities tlclcs contulnlng starch aro advised Tho mother started nn Investigation. are employed tho European topic can -Princeton, 111. Jfto spread a poisoned paste upon bits hard headaches in "Iliad inflnmmatiwi, Imt she did not have to nslc many tmly lead to dissension. the bade of my necl Patriotism of cardboard and tuck these Into I have recently purchased from A. C. Yelser his reconJTay j ana a weakness all questions. John answered the first Invariably rises above ties of friendV crevices In bookshelves, back of man- - f Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continent sSS. --v caused 'by female one, "Mqthcr 'liels on tho roof." ship, and in moments of enthusiastels, under washboards and in tho , trouble, and I took Hartford, .(Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which inclocb--s tic declaration for love of country Lydia E. I'inkham's bottom of bureau and bookcase drap the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio coun!rjr there Is always danger of grave disVcgotatile Comers. A turn uouea siurcu iiubicm Thesq are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleasecS,! ruption. And then again, foreigners FOR FLETCHER'S i'1"' pound with SUCH should be prepuud by ndcMng to M10 'i'A jl hear from apyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, for the, most part converse with their results that I I, ilo.ir 'rom 3 to 5 pfr cent powder id nm now feeling fine. hands, nnd Jt must be seen how ut m an nic (polsn) nu i thei. u 'vhlte I recommend the terly Impossible at la, for them to talk l:iW a IOXI IttTN. ini- -' tillVlent wutir to bu 7 Comjyoundnnd praise shovel at the same Mr. Alford Fulker6on and family war and wield pasle. This Miould In .sprcul thin 1 I shall be glad to have you of Independence, 'Visited Mr. Ed. time. .ipon the cardboard and allowed to 1 , t publish my letter. Ashby Saturday night and Sunday. dry. The 1 reparation, tvivewrr. If House and Ixrt For Sale. Quito n crowd' from here attended poisonous to human being- as well ns There is scarcely & neighbor around me We hayo for sa,lo a lot who your to inserts and it must be uvoi'. wtli J. P. does not use No. medicine. "Mrs. the revival at Cool Springs Saturday 4, BoxSO, PrinceJounson, R. acre in old Fair ground ad- We Knock the Spots Out of Things and Sunday nights. the utmost caro. ton, Illlnpls. A crowd from bee wrontto the pic dition on the pike, with 5 room cot which does the damago Tho insect Experience of a Nnrso. nic near Rochester Saturday and re- tage, good barn and all buildings. is known by a number of popular Poland,N.Y."In my experienco as a port a nice time. Fine well of water. About 50 young as silv'orflsh, silver louse names, such nurse I certainly think Lydia E. Pink- s to bear. Miss Maggie Hunter was' the guest fruit trees beginning silver witch. suEarflsh etc. It owes hivm'. Vegetable Compound is a great 4 , ,, of Miss Lizzie Chtnn Saturday night. Would bo a fine location for some peculiar flshllke' . STOP AT these names to its French Dry Cleaned and Pressed in a . .. .h v..". .. wlt -I II- !. (1l.ton1nff llAllv rnaie troumes wouia tauo it. w'.tooK It Little 'Miss Louise Brown; tho one desiring to take advantago of 6i,on......B "" Superior Manner. iorm mm us l is" very County High School. Terms reason .As long ago as 1605 it was. described when passing through the Chango of daughter of Mr. Laton Brown Send us your Garments and Have able. 111 of remitting fever. "a very small silvery shining, Life with great results and I always ' Mr.' A. J. Tommerlln and rwlfe vis Tljem. much commend the Compound to all my & SON, BARNETT or moth which I found 1 among books and papers.' .I ents if I know of their conditiorfin Ited their son, Mr. W. II. Tomerlln I Hartford, Ky. (CLEAN time. I will gladly do nil I can to hep Monday night. CLEANED ' of an inch in ;t ts about d gr.-a-t othMltoknmof this medicine." Packages called for and delivered. There will be a singing contest !at Farm, Near AVhltebvllle, For Sale. length, tapering from near tho Jicad Mr, HpRACE JfcwjUN, Toland, Her-t- o , Hopewell tho next fourth Sunday be body, and kimcr Co., N. Y, We have listed with ns a good 108 the' extr6mlty of tho ' THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB tween Ilopewell a'nd Lone Star. acre farm 4 miles South of Somewhat resembles a worm in upJf you nre m ,:0 pot r:onK utn FRANK ECKEllT, lrvfr Mr. Carllal Williams whs the guest Whltcsvtlle, about halt of It bottom Its entire body is covered operation is necessary, but ut once A. Nail, Prop. pearanco. U.ll.ECKEltr.Atifn. with minute scales, which glyo it Its take Lydia E. Pjnkhun'a Vcgcti.ol& of Messrs Arba and-- Carb Fulton, land,--' and forty acres in timber InUAIfTI'XJIU), KKUCKV. . cluding 58 gumbesides various other , Saturday night and Sunday,' s shiny appearance, and its six legs on- - Compound. 1 Up. European T! Miss Carrie Southard visited her trees. No buildings. reat ra- - if y4,unntK,)oefolr;lvtfor:Itc See ' us for fcblo it i run abouj with Cass' Ross, Sunday. prices. I Ljtllu The Hartford Republican $1 per i:. Pinklinm Diodlciito v., cousin, Mrs. ptdlty. ' ear and w or t)i it. BARNETT & SON, Agents. t There were there births in this , This sllverflBb. is one o.f the most (eoulidvntiii!) I)ynu,'JIuss. A scrlOUA pests known to libraries, for An Interesting Ondlditte It Is not generally known thnt the It In particularly fond of tho paste d In the binding of books. Henvlly trnde or Is It profrsslon? of nnllsm Is represented nmotig the can-- j glazed paper Is also attractive to It. dldntcs for (lovernor of Kentucky nt Starched clothing, linen or curtains tho election In November. Thl may bo seriously tlrimnged If left candldato was at one time disturbed for any considerable period n Kentucky country editor but Tor of time, and the insect also feeds iiome years has been and still Is work- upon the starch pasto applied to wall ing In Louisville. paper Uy eating this, It causes the I Man of Fnllnclci. at IcnRt n silent observer of the stream of gold flowing Into this country to be add-- , cd to the stock of tho metal we al ready possess. Our mines arc also No doubt Mr. IJryan Is . - Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest r over-exertio- 1- plush-covere- i l" ' st to-da- - Central Trust Company cdl-tlorl- al Vanderbilt Training School for Bois gj m :; m m m ELKTON, KY.. ay e e-- m rnd ...... Children Cry m m ex-"n- JVmeri-fcanirightsi- of CASTOrlA - MATHENEY & BSTTSg . --- ' niiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiini !.. m r Htl" 1. 41 I 50 ly mr Amy -- mur fa JemngtoprUMC , Rifles and Cartridges for Real .22 Sport n- f Sllde-Actlo-it rtm-fir- IN ALL bt-pu- U NEIGHBORHOOD , s&&y2?f- tj?'2Z&A'. V Arms-Unio- I PltW itmi IWbUKAWtt laiMtis AUtt?i i Mnaioir os nt Children Cry CASTOR A 1 VW vm .,,-,- ' ittoll. E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky, - oi ., .. Ladies' and Men's Garments When in Louisville I 's m ono-thlr- 5th Avenue I Hotel Phi ,.3 ln 'ii ur .V prl- - 'and credit the majority with xvMt It I'1 rt It At rrniil lilt i iav "ailL'Ul mr wiiBmuio ... It tlOlOllCfl 10 II1C iiftt.. tlal Artnl1ina buu huu nrtfia gade." Or to tho "Dor.'t Care to No rcnl suggestion It makes lh thai arty-wa- y the next leglslatvir can sot rid I'cwtotflc '.nlrl nccordltur to lnw at uttk the piml tice It Club." of tho Indebtedness by raising 1110 mnll mnttfr Rwrtfonl, Kj., cUww, In comparing tho amount of sal- tax rate. So th lax payer can see' aries paid out by Republican Stntc whither he Is drifting if tho Post's C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor Administrations and those of tho candidates should win. The Repub- Democrats, Mr. Stanley Is hardly llcnns contend that at least some of Address all communications tc air. When did the Republicans the indebtedness might bo pnld by tfxa Hartford Republican. ver fix any salaries In Kentucky? abolishing needless olllccs and placAs Mr. Stanley well knows, the leg- ing salaries buck to the old figures. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS islature creates offlccs and abolishes I'or Instance tho Democrats raised t to n B tin- SntMerltHTft offices, lowers salaries or raises the salaries of Circuit Judges from (tlve tlir olil nilJreM In iiiBlitnn the them. dilTM Not for one moment have the $:t,000 to $4,200. If the salaries of rqut. Republicans In Kentucky had power Judges were put bnck to the former line ninl E Bntlnww Locnln nnl Siitlfw Me iulilltl(iniil InreMloti. to do this. Even when they have figure, it would not only help to pay ltBfor en 'h the Stntc debt, without Increasing ObltiwrUw, Itnmliitluii nnil Canl of Think .V held the State olllccs they were com. par lln tnotif.v In n (trance. pelled to pay the salaries provided taxes, but might prevent sonic of rvloe frre, but otlier Cbarch Notice (or them from violating sacred pledges i'or by the Democratic legislature. orivertl' tueiit. e l"f "m". not to seek a third term. comninntrntliiiiii will rerelve no Anoujmoa" ttentlcn Tho Hartford Herald, answering WRONG AS USUAL. for Messrs. Hlrkhead and Rlngo, the The Hartford Herald says that hnrges made by the Owcnsboro L3 News pleads guilty, and then froths Judgo Kerr dismissed a contest suit Cum'br:ar.i ... CO artico.xs' IfAtual at tho mouth nt the editor of this at Lexington exactly like the Rlngo-Tanncase. As usual The Herald paper, because he repeated some of i'kidav, September the less serious charges and called on Is wrong. In the case at Lexington Judge Dlrkhead to answer," guilty notice was given too late, while Mr. or not guilty." We didn't call on Rlngo claimed he was given notice Editor Matthews to answer. He is too soon, but he did not get this denot a candidate for Circuit Judge or cision until it was too late for Mr. It mat- Tanner to ngaln serve process. HowCommonwealth's Attorney. ever, that is neither here nor there. ters very little to the honor-lovinThe point we raise Is that in neither coruptlon-hatin- g citito zens of Ohio county what lie thinks case was the contesteo bound or whether or not he takes sugar In take advantage of the error. It was It does matter a great charged by Mr. Tanner that Mr. Rlnhis coffee. by deal as to the character of men who go had gotten his nomination are asking to be perpetuated as Cir- bribery and fraud and that n recount cuit Judge and Commonwealth's At- of the ballots and the hearing of torney for IS year3. If elected, will the evidence would so disc!" . I' Mr. Ringo's hands were clean and they sit In Judgment clean handed? he was sure of his title, why didn't , BErUUMCAN, TICKET, In order to confuse the voter The he say, I waive all technicalities, and . "- " In .w..0"""" . .rf C" Hartford Herald, in vague insinua- .Inninilil nil vncllfnf Inn nf rtiv rlilil to me Democratic nomination for something the For Governor Edwin P. Morrow. tions, hints primary at done nt and Commonwealth's Attorney? . Sltrcve Governor Lewis Republican For Lieutenant Roslne precincts and about six galL. Walker. IXVISUILK GOVERNMENT For Secretary of State James P. lons of whiskey distributed to negroes in a railroad cut. The Herald In his opening speech of the cam-- . Lewis. Editor knows that this sort of insin- paign at Glascow, Monday Mr. Stan-- 1 For Auditor of Public Accounts . uation ngalnst all the Republican can- ley comes out aealnst "InvUil.tu v- - I Ejjjvard A, Weber. .'.. v '.'.f.u.t. didates, without giving MnleS," In ernment," We aro glad he does ?Cr State Treasurer Wm. A. IdiitJ", contemptible and CftVaruli If hanilne? fit this pernicious evth By Hunte.. government he means the Clerk fifitirt of Anneals Earl there was bribery in the Republican invisible primary we again remind the Her- unseen hand which gets 'bvhlhd and C. Huntsman. ald thai tho Court machinery is in Vohtrols our official for Attorney General T. B; There is another kind of Invisible the hands of Democrats who are " themselves charged with serious of- government, to which we would diFor Snberlntehdeh't of Tabllc fenses at the primary election. So rect Mr. Stanley's attention. The R. P. Green. far they have taken no steps to clear Tdnd which controls our elections For Commissioner of Agriculture, own skirts or to punish any 'and primaries. The most danger-'o- u Labor and Statistics William C. their of all the kind which strikes at one else. Instead, The Hera'ld says Banna. wotVee 'these the very root of free government. C. M. they cannot afford to For R. R. Commissioner charges. Well, its "dollars to dough-nts- " The kind which turns back the hand Harnett. that the people are taking no- on the dial of human progress and For Circuit Judge R. W. Slack. which would smash the ideals of a tice. For Commonwealth's Attorney C. Republic and send her people J3. Smith. t The Democrats and Progressives through revolution to a monarchy. and pass sentence upon thjlr follow For State Senator Albert Leach. g citizen, of Kentucky held thete p'atform con- Invisible to the criminals. For Representative L. L. Embry. ventions after they made their nomi- who in an orderly manner goes to Tills is one kind of Invisible govFor Circuit Court Clerk Wallace nations. We have contended that the polls and votes his sentiments H. Riley. ernment which we trust Mr. Stanley the only safe thing to do was to build and for the best man, only to have will denounce in ills speech at Beathe platform before hand. If it his ballot destroyed by a gang of ver Dam If it was to bo Carranza ,it might didn't suit certain candidates they bribed election thieves who have) could withdraw before the primary. charge of the ballot box. The kind ' as well have been months ago. Note the result. The Democrats, as which at Terre Haute and Indianap- - I H II I V 1 1 I F rilNFFRFWrF ' UUllI LllLllUL Still the cost of living is high, and is well known nominated Stanley who oils recently beat good citizens over LuUlu I ILLL has always fought the county unit the head with riot clubs and drove up. the price of funerals is going and thqn placed a county unit plat- them from the polls, changed the re(Continued from First Page.) But would Carranza come any form under him. Before the primary sult in precinct after precinct, giving nearer saluting the American Hag Sir. Stanley denounced tho present tho vote to tho defeated candidates, Carl Anderson- - Rev. S. K. Breed- State administration for it3 extrava- who bribed voters and election ofthan Huerta did? ing and wife. gance and corruption. The State ficers, making a mock of the franRev. II. F. Wll- R. A. Anderson Still there Is no word from 'Alarse' convention placed under him a plat- chise, the dearest right provided to son, Rev. B. L. Yates. Henry to Woodson's last questlon,"do form endorsing the present State the tree American citizen. The kind Rev. L. K. Mlbs Mayme Bennett Democratic administration from end which repeated this same line of conyou want to go tho limit." to end. The Progressives are also in duct in Louisville a few years ago May and wife, P. A. Knfeey. Virgil Elgin Rev. Virgil Elgin Kentucky Democracy is appealing the middle of a bad fix. Tfcey named to such an extent that the Court of nnd wife. to the empty stomachs which the Na- their candidate for Governor and Appeals set aside the election, and J. E. Bean Rev. S. J. Thompson, then placed under him a platform which if surface indications count tional Democracy created. declaring Tor State Wide Prohibition. for anything is planing to corrupt Rev. M. L. Dyer. W. J.. Bean Rev. W. P. Balrd Each armed Mexican sinvader Now, it turns out that their nominee, the election there this year. The kind of invisible government land wife, Rev. W. C. Frank and of Texas seems to be ablo to annex a Mr. Drexler owns stock in the Proplot of Texas soil six feet by three. gress Distilling Co. This Is a pretty that Jtldce Benton, of the Wlnehpster w,fe- kettle of fish for both Democrats and district Instructed his grand Jury tot Frank Black Rev. J.. W. Cassada. That "Littlo Campaign sheet," the Progressives. Moral. Hereaft- investigate because of the primary ncv- - '" Gl Hampton. The Owensboro News keeps on tell- er make the platform and then nomi- election Aug. 7, and that Judgo Greg - ! J- - J)- - Hough Rev. W. II. Archer. ory. of Louisville told his cond cratnl ;l Rev- - J- - p- - Vnnhoy, ing unpleasant things about that ju- nate your candidate to fit. Rev. R. E. Jury about one day this week. The i James II. Thotnn dicial district primary. i The new convert is generally over i kind which hns been bronchi tn iipiit Bailey, Rev. J. D. Trayzer. John Glenn Rev. A. D. Davis aii Evening by contests In several Reuubllcan IIr. For one thing we nave finally zealous. The Louisville made somebody else "protest." We Post has not always been a "thick tricts in warious sections and because w'fei w- - B- - Newbolt Rev. II. W. Har- nre told Mr. Dumha hns protested and thin" Democratic adherent. It of which ono Republican nomlneo) Is a new rolo for It to follow meekly voluntnrily turned over tho certl'fi-- 1 "'". Itcv w ' Hlckerson. against his enforced recall. J- - u- D- Duke w n- and swear black Is white, white is cnte of nomination to his opponent The man who swore that the Lubi-tan- black, and sour grapes taste sweet. when the fraud was made clear in , Spencer. was armed hns confessed that In It's effort to outdo the Courier-Journ- al the contest proceedings. Jim Felix F. C. Land, J. T, Good- lie isr a purjurer, but Ilemstorff has The kind which sent money, sacks man-o- f and Times us .Democratic not yet confessed that he knew it. K11,s Foster Rev. E. Watt Smith, organ, it lays all the blame for the (lour and Jugs of liquor int6 the' .great Stotbi'indebtedness on tho Re precincts of tho vnrlous counties of I nev- - Oscar Cnpshaw. What if Judge nirkhead" and Mr. publicans, because they voted c- - r- - Maxey Rev. J. T. Cherry, for this Judicial district, while an hbn-- l Rlngo are charged with securing Confederate pensions in tho leglsla-- 1 est electorate slept, and which Chang-tUr- e Rev. T. G. Fallin. their nominations with money and Walter Parks Rev. M. S. Ferrell, and'anyway there wouldn't have led the result In the Democratic prl- whiskey, they are too honorable to been uny Indebtedness if a Demp; tuary, defeating Judgo Glenn, the Rev. J. B. Raborn. notice such an Improbable story, Miss Eva Taylor Rev. T. M. legislature had raised taxes to. most capable man and probably the coming too from a lowly source. Did cratlc meet the extra expenditure. It ad-- j most deserving who has offered for Thomas, Rev. W. P. Gordon, Rev. J. n't The Hartford Herald say so for mits that 'Gov. WIHeoii vetoed the ' the office of Circuit Judge in gen- L. Pearcy, a them? M. IF. Hudson Rev. L. F. Plercy, pension bill because the leglslatare eration. peservlng, because he has Chlsm, C. A. Penlck, Rev. R. ,W'e are publishing in this Issue made no provision to pay them. The never been an office holder, or even, T. K. the jnstructlou given to a Jefferson first legislature which met after Gov. an office seeker, The same methods O. Penlck. Mrs. Laura Stevens Rev. John Rr county, grand Jury by that fearless McCrpary .cranio In, again passed the nominated Rlngo over Tanner, Tho kind of invisible government Price", Rev. T. W. Stodglll. Confederate pension bill, made no Criminal Judae. James P. Gregory, Ed. Davidson J M. Stanley, A. p. provision to pay, and Gov. McCreary which through tho briber, with hs on 'the corrupt primary hold In signed it. It Is a now thing to hold ,crln)lnal slimy hands would eWate Klrkpatrlck. county Aug. 7th. The at'A'. M. Palmer Rev. E. M. Met-cal- f, tention 'of Judge' Blrkhead and Com- a minority! responsible for legisla- tho no less criminal aspirant, for ofRev. J. U Mltchel. tion. Thn Republicans have never fice, who may be possessed of riches, monwealth's Attorney Rlngo Is W. S. Tlnsley Rev. H. F.'Higglns, called to the same, by per- -' bad a majtorltyln the Kentucky leg- over the honest, but deserving poor Because the Democrats man. The men who do this dfrty Rev. J. C. Hlggins. BiTwIon of ;he Hartford Herald. ' ' islature. Rev.C. F. wlmber-l- y, R. P. Bennett did have a majority tho platform of wprk are violators of tho law crlmly Rev. J. W.'Weldon.VRdv. J. L. party takes all the credit for ujwa iiii snouiu oe ai baayvuie in Because this paper advocates pure that elections, The Hartford "Herald sees! tho 'passage of the good roads law, stripes along sde of poor 'ignorant, Murrell, ReV. J. P. Slgler. H. W. Maynard, M, L. llcaVrrn proper to designate us the "Big' Nolso although lUwaB introduced hya Re hut misguided, possum hunters, ' Tllalniror T'. M. Prathef. Advocate of Political Purity." Well,' publican tand supported by the Re Clark. Fulk'ersnn. , ' "It. V. Bennett,' E. P. Modre-tte- 'v. , publican .members.,-- ! The Ppat In its and Wydlx. whatshall we say of the Hcrald'B ' 'We might say, on tho ques- - efforts Weatheh', WAG'. Davis, Rev. Its readers and i aid ,.Tha kind of Invisible government R. Ui&bt ''ibe" sravo charges fbrougtit-f3as- t tbo Democrats . would charge .the, blcbMttir,onK crime would place G. D. Galloway. ' Wallace JJ.IlelrV.P.(Slton, W.J certain beneficiaries of the minority party with all the had laws men In position tVeltlE Vuu,Kment i i Hertford Republican. late Democratic Judicial district mnrv. ......, '", wj :pmmh rf No i- - YOUR NEW FALL SUIT iiB mt rr ir -- er 2-j- . g, g, doubt, has already been considered. A few cool days will impress upon you the necessity of a new suit much stronger. So take the matter up with us now and have your NEW SUIT ready for the change . to a new season. Every provision has been made to fit and please you. We never have any trouble with our Suits. They always wear good. They fit well. They are made up in the latest styles. We have been in business long enough to know how to take care of our customers. We do it. No matter what price you want to pay, from $7.50 to $30, we will come very near filling the BILL. This store is the home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx ss I I I i - fine clothes, Price $18.00 to $30.00. Best High-ClaClothes makers in the United States. It may be a New Hat and a New Paif of Shoes will be needed along with the suit. Certainly they are on the same floor as the suits. Your complete outfit can be supplied here. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. E. Clnrk, Rev. J T. Demonbrum. Rev. J. R. Murrs. -T. H. Black D. F. Fowler, E. D. J. t Riley Rev IrWIn Allen, Rev Stone. J. L. Stodglll, S. T. Powell. F. It. Roberts, E. M. Woodwurd E. A. Milling, W. E. Ellis Rev. Irwin Allen C. C. Shannon. Rev. F. R. Roberts. T. S. Marks Rev. Lewis Powell W. G. Bennett Rev. E. It. Benand wife. nett. Rev. M. L. Smith. W. T. Woodward Rev. J. A. E. (J. Barrass Rev. S. J. Purceli,, . Rev. B. M. DeWltt. Rev. T. II. Hall. W. M. Fair Rev. J. It. Savage. Jesse Hoover Rev. A. C. Gentle. Rev. J. II. Young, John L. Wheat, J. L ('. Cox Rev. W. L. Scholl,' Rev B. Sittle. C. II. Lausou, Mrs. Emmu Tlwmas J. G. Wnl-ke- r. W. ('. Blankcnshlp J". De-Wi- tt, -- I H ia - W Rev. Frank Baker, Rev. Henry Kelloy. R. R. Martin R. T. Dossett, Rev. E. Y. Park Rev. F. V. Hnrwiod, S. E. Ragland. J. McClaren. W. IF. Foreman Rev. I). F. WalFred Miller Rev. C. Tl Allen, ton, Rev. S. L. C. Coward. Rev. J. W. (Vnuu, Rev. F. W. DenJ. C. Thomas Rev. F. A. San- - ton, Rev. J. .M. Wheeler. ders, Rev. C. R. Crowe. Wnyno Stevens Rev. II. R. Short, J. W. Ford Rev. J. A. Stevens, Rev. J. R. Rnndolph. Rev. D. T. Pcnlck, Rev. E. M Holmes, John Blrchur Rev. R. S. Harper, Rev. E. C. Cole. Rev. Alack Harper. Mrs. Minnie Wedding Rev B. S. J. F. .Mitchell Rev. F. A. Mitchell. Harper, Rev. Mack Harper. Airs. J. II. Burr Rev. E. S. Aioore W. II. Gllllsple Rev. K. C. Me and wife Dowell, Rev, J. II. Epley. J. II. Barnes Rev. D. R. Peak, Elmer Dr. E. u, Pendleton -li Rev. I', w. Quails. v. r' Boll and wife B. C. Ilarncs Rv. E, Ponnycuff, A. W. Logan ReV. 0. (5. Prather, Rev, Ih c. Cole. Rev. C. II. Prather, Rev. Thos. II, H. II. Taylor Rev. J. A. Whejcr; Morris, William Wllbon. ' R'-- Jf p. Smith. ?r Mrs. Prudle loore Rev. 'O V. Ai. Taylvr Tie it. u Slea- Vllson. nmckor, Rev. B. W. Stevens. y . JWlllfams Rev. J. A Allftj, OtliD. Dexter Rev. II. Rev. A.G. Frayzer. Luther Chlnn Rev. H. S. Glttvitt Mrs. J. T. Miller Jtev. W T. II1- - and wife. ! ler and wife, 'ReV. G. E.Fosk'e't't and J. II. B. Carson Rev. J. V.. Rewife. pass, Rev. Geo. H. Crowoll, Prof: W' R. T. Collins Rev. Summers Brln-soO. Butts, Rov. Marvin Culbet!!. D? 'ReV. W. D. Ml'llilWh. W. W. Plnson, Dr. W. F. MMttrrcy. S. K.'Cox 'Rw.V.'t. Reid, A. F. Miss Amanda Bennett I!uv Car Bennett: los Leo; Rev. H. C. Hoflman. B. W. NapfeV Rev. H. C. Napier, Mrs Maggto Grlffln-rR- ev J. V. Rev, L.T,'Nffyfer, Rev. I. W. Napier, Gilliam and wire. Prof. II. 'b. Napier, Roy. G. Y. WilJ. II. Patton Row.- - J. C. Petrle son and wife, N. H. Harris aiul wife. and wife. R. R.Wley Rev. O. D. Arnold. Taylor Dr. J. W. Meador, Tho Republican-iMiOper jenr. , V. ' -A-n, Pr.-Sftf- A " lllililiAiA "' 111'" J AAAAAAAA.. Jef-Urt- SPECIAL . : CAR-LOA- D ON o( Amerfam Fence PRICES ' ' " ' "' F,mDrlnT".swmpjiw,. ted ' ;; "',' Wll-e.- . PriM WW. Quick Shipments.. WA'e.u8'.Jor .Sel.1,i! " . 1 1 Whtr hOHOSVILLE j PLANING LL COMPANV ' ol " ,' afe, '"O" Mgr. tVK i POROVItlil','cW tiMHM WJliVfi RE AD Y-t- o- WEAR Do you buy you DEPARTMENT IllaUC r garments readyv J "A ' ' ft film Iws l Ok SW W you or course k mole liie IieWeSl mafo rials as well as style. S;1K- .J9r 11 IC pi jj JL - iJ We have made an extra effort this fall to get the very goods you will want. See us for Prices from Coat Suits $10 to $25 r( ; The Nw PrinetM McCill Pattern l.'o. Cm. one ol tin many new dcugnt lor October. Pnl Ready-Ma- de Waists $1.00 to $5.00. Fine Tailored Skirts $3.00 to $7.50. Fancy Coats, $5.00 to $12.50. ! of tho best Flour made. OWNS DISTILLERY STOCK I W. K. Ellis &. Ilro, hayc thrco Farmer's Fnvorlto Wheat Drills' that 8t4 they will Bell for $30 each miss Fronnio King, Dr. l. ii. liean Mr. Drexler Running on State and Mr. L. T. Ulley spent the day. Wide Platform in lii Owenshoro Wednesday Kills" & Uro. havo thrco W. Bad Fix. W - ply of Clover Seed and other field seeds to sell nt reasonable prices. i Dr. and" Mrs. Jess Ilenn antl son, As. a stockholder In the Progress ...-- ,. jrUU 0f Horse IJrnnch were the guests of Distilling company, now in bankUliulr father, Dr. L. II. Bean this ruptcy, Fred J. Drexler, champion of want,WPOk. aspiring for Statewide prohibition, ' Mrfi MnryVliltcTwIiiTlinH been tho governorship on the Progressive 5n 111 jtle Bllcst of lcr parents, Capt. and ticket, has been sued with Jacob ,oft T""r8,,ay ror ow' Lehman, president of the company, for $r.,494.59 by the H. A. Tlhler-ina- n lln Company. who has Mrs. 7,7 U'liyno-GrilThe amount is due for merchanguest of her sister, Mrs. been tho Hookqr Williams left Monday for dise purchased from the Thlcrman Company for the Progress Distilling Central City. Company In 1914 antl 1915, accordDon't forget that tho Green Front ing to the petition. grocery, old post office building, In "Are yon interested In the distillpovites your trade. Prompt and ing business while still a candidate lite attention to all. for governor under the banner of Mr. Holier Matthews, of the Her- - prohibition?" Mr. Drexler was asked .. i . .. . . altl force, left Monday for wnsning- - iagt ngm ton City, whore he will bo tho guest Declines To Glc Stmiil. of his daughter for two weeks. "T)iat Is a question I will not an- was visited by a swer." said Mr. Drexler. He was This vicinity light fro3t Wednesday morning. No talking on the phone from his resl- damage resulted however, and It ap- - dencc, 212(5, West Chestnut street. peared only In very low sections. "As one who Is asking election to Mr. Fretl Robertson, who has been the highest State ohlce, don't you in bad health for the past month or think the public is entitled to know two, went to Dawson Springs Mon- - what our private attitude toward dny for a ten days course at the liquor Is, as well as what your pub lie attitude is? baths. "I own stock in the Street Hallway which has The nev. hiumj' bioio Company and a large number of othbeen opened In the old post ofllec distillery building by K. D. Thomas Invites er concerns. Besides, the In question is bankrupt, and I never jour trade. Everything now and had unythhiB to do with its manageI I ' I PI 11a Mllllnr" r.n'a mill nml not Rnmn " Farmers, bring your wheat to tho PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE ! " I DEPARTMENT fiAPMEN 3. MUJi ari rwmjr' jf'Wki If 1 ui J U" I LET US SHOW YOU NEW FALL OUTFITS 11 '"Ttf? i OUR GARMENT DEPARTMENT RraHX N"afcT THE CHIEF PLACE OF INTEREST IMoAZR. THE NEWEST DECREES TOWN. IT CONTAIN-OF MADAM FAJHION. New Millinery received every week. See our styles, Tget our prices, and rememfcer that it !? i. PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. j ment." "But if you owned s'lock you were ,ntcrested ln lt8 development?" Ilowan Holbrook, daughter. Miss "I do not know that any such suit Marlam, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Bard- - has been filed. I have received no well of Taylor Mines left Wednesday such Information, ofliclairiy." for Owensboro. "But suppose the suit has been Lieut. Shown, Assistant Range Of- - filed?" Hcer, Sergts. Llles, Barnett, Hoover ".Well, suppose It has?" and Corp Blair, privates John Glenn "Then will you answer the ques- and Forest Hudson left yesterday for tlon?" Rnrllncton to renresent Co. XI. on "What question?" the target range. "Any question that will show to Messrs. S. T. Barnptt, McDowell what extent you are Interested In the A. Fogle and B. L. Taylor have been liquor business, or have been, while elected Representatives by Rough asking public favor as a champion River Lodge No. 110 to the grand of prohibition?" lodge, Knights of Pythias, which "If you put It In writing I will anMr. and Mrs. It. B. Lee Simmer- man nnd daughter, Miss Wlnle, Mrs. -- THE GARMENTS .JE THEY WILL PLEASE HAVE TO SHOW YOU. WILL SATISFY YoUR. YOU. OUR PRICE-POCKET BOOK. NOT ONLY MU ST STYLE AND MATERIAL BE RIGHT BEFORE WE PUT GARMENT S IKT& COME IN AND SEE OUR STORE BUT THEY MU ST BEFORE WE LET THEM Go OUT. "KIT" YcrfJ m CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. ' 4 SflSS; BIG LINE OF - Ei"'WHvT?H Bl 3r SI 3M SwSa AonvenM In I.exltifcIGn Oct. 19. swer It." Courier-Journa- l. Hartford, Kentucky- - Ladies' Coats, Suits and Skirts. Come In and Give Us a Look. Hub Clothing Co. s ?M w e The baby ring at the Ohio Co. hotly contested. UcMilutions n the Death of KnlRht Fair laid Friday was W. It. Hedrlck. Mofo than forty littlo 'fellows were Whereas, the members of Rough a handsome entered hut the prize, of 1. ...,.. nlvnn l.v Mr .1 I" Idll'V. River Lodge No. 110, Knights ,' .,mi- ,..,.. ,- tin . Uiiui . -Pvthias. at Hartford. -- Ky.. have vf on ill. ....... liiuiui nun nus urn jj learned with profound sorrow of the Mrs. Joe James, ot Render, death of l.ro W. R. Hedrlck, which The Jewelry store of J. B. Tappan occured at Oden, Illinois, Sunday wns entered by a burglar Wednesday September 12, 19i5. night aiid about $50 worth of goods, j Therefore, Be it Resolved by the consisting ot various articles usually members of this Lodge that we comkept in such a store, were stolen. mend his loyal friendship and devo The thief entered a back window by tion to the principles of our order; breaking a light and removing tho , W(J (0 ,jls pure stick which held the lower sash. Hoi life among us while In our midst, wus evidently an amatuer as he left and that we strive to emulate his vi.rv v.nlunhle articles and In the many virtues. main took less costly ones. No clue Be It resolved further that we hns as yet been discovered. extend our deepest sympathy to his wife and daughter In their sad beWuiinly Received In Daviess. reavement; that the Usual badge of Hon. C. E. Smith, candidate for mourning bo worn by tho members Commonwealth's Attorney, left for of this Lodge for a period of thirty his home at Hartford, after spend- days, and that a copy of theso resoing several dnjs In this city nnd lutions bo sent to Mrs. Hedrlck, pubcounty. Ho was warmly received by lished In each ot the County papers, all classes of voters and received' so and spread upon our records. many assurances of support that his S. T. BARNETT, triumphant election seems assured. J. R. PIRTLE, Ho will make an offlcer tho whole C. M. BARNETT. district will bo proud of. Owens- j (jommmce .""",boro News. l.-- l... .. ' Allen"37"$795 The Car for the Farmer Desip 1916 Big, Roomy, Powerful, Latest Boat I i- 2 Y SsBS1gtSg1 irtartfo'i vltrOAY, HARTtWD, KY. Republican. 8K1TKMBK11 SI. 'ii, II. & ST. L. R. K..TBIR TABLE. 8:32 p.m, 0. 113 due at Ellmltch Ellmltch 7:30 a. in, tj no duo at . Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m.v Irvlngton .. :35 p.u Ar. t.v Trvlneton .. 0:66 P.m 7:40 p. . ,. Ar. Louisville. Lv. LouliyiUe. 8:35 a No. ni i.. Ill 4 . Ar. Ellmltch Jv. Jrvli.gUB ... u , -- ..K'" "' k ,,k,t ence, ., t. For Bran and Shlpstuff see W. E. 8t4 Ellis & Bro., Hartford Ky. Mr. M. O." nowowa8"the guest of relatives at Cejitertown this week. ;j. iFor big bargains In Real Estate see Holbrook &. Parks. Hartford, 7tt Ky. Itiley entertained tho Mrs. A.' B. Ladles Social Oluti Tuesday after noon. Try a saqk of piuo Ribbon, best patent Flour, made by tho Ellis Milling CO. . Curd or TiiimkHi Odin, 111., Sept. 18, 1915. We deslro to extend our slncero thanks to the members of Rough River Lodge, Knights of Pythias and Acmo Lodge Odd Fellows for the and generous treat consideration ment given us during the long Illness of our husband and father. Also to all the friends at Hartford who werp so good to us on many occas .' ions. May God's blessings rest upon all ' of you. MRS. W. R..HEDUICK. MISS IONE 'HBDUtCK, i- 1W tirtle. Hartford, 1:84 p. m. Kv.. 'retail i UielOproaucttJjVV -- Mrt. Jlm"Ha1irlsftf Nndee, wa wholesale as well as week. i X Due at Hartrowu.-.- -. North Bound No. HJ-- T DUU . the guest of Miss Maltye uukg lasi : rYattjearatiSwHESde Vr the er (Both "Mlxo V7r American TraiBB. lre V Bro-cEllis MUHbi Co. from most aWf 8t i.'Hrtfrda:i City it;bs iCIlnton Porter, Central on wo. the etiMt of Mrs. R. E.'DuKe ii 8,.CW' . ..A r EiilV ttuftSrCoTlloranlfe.esy, during MU f yb'r w T7 i ii;TaviKi5fsdtur fyr QreenVlUe, Rock- Maw Laura Olbbs, Klrkpatrjca oi J?ly5 ported theK, J we?ethe guests of. Ml.wr . "nrUrifw ' " Mix ta.t wek. jautbrth,. Mr..DbuBlaB Two farms close to Sunnydale, one 72 acres and one 70 acres, close The ALLEN with its 37 h. p. long stroke. Motor. Iii'2 in. W'htxWac to school, railroad and church, fine nich" Grade, modern features. addfeS V111 sell at bargain. Also Pull Plprrrir Rnninment. and other Ideation. und good store to its correct design, is the ideal car at the price you wantao pay. 7 room dwelling house ln Sunnydale, Ky. For par ticulars call on or address A. M. WEATHERFORD Sunnydale, Ky. ' i.- Iehiory of Mrs. MarRaret A. In Crowe. Margaret A. Crowe who was born Aug. 9th, 1859 and dfed Sept. 17th, to 3,000 feet per second, thud than the "crnck'"br xiOHe. 1915" She married J. D. Crowe May from 2,000 The difference' In the- t'fmjarfJUw create a vacuum immediately behind 29th, 1879 and ttf this union 9 chilbullet. The resulUis a sharp crash two so'Unds Is because the battel law-e- ls dren were born, eight of them sur- the Talk in Cheap much faster tliari gonad. Bfntor as the bullet passes, caused by the air Farmers' Mutual vive her, Six boys and two girls. closing rapidly ln 'behind the bullet progresses at the When you use the She Joined the church when 18 Telephone service but It does take a feet per second. base. pay expenses, more years of age arid lived a consistent little mpney to range two distinct At considerable poles and wires 'along new plke'and member until death. Thr Under Computalo. reports, are audlbleito the person by "Xou.ougbt to.oe;MbkW4tiB niimrwUn imnrove the service. So "She was burled at Bethel church 3wHT Saturday Sept. 18th, 1915. Rev. whom the bullet' la pasalng. At 700 the best part" of youir'Mrt Board ot Directors have decided the to the pitaiaw her pastor, yards the sound may be described, said on October 1st Tally of Llvermore, to dhJOdrit'luue service, a The' "Madaa.V replied. tae ceai-nhonetlcally as "pack-punk- 1 .. ... to all who owe as, much ap two preaching the funeral. " sound comes about three" quaH blame mo1 ror iu i .Bre; xw A deVoted wife; a kind and tender first months tent, am), thm. tako neces-inr- v or the inner am, here aa(aitn wlLJ", mother 'nnd a falthfufChrlstian wo- ters of a second ahead steDB to. collect UD. caseof the United States ar.my ln the great' reward. and reach t'Ve kave, 146 'phonoatne .couniy. man 'has gone to her The yen rifle, the New Springfield Mall me your order 'at oi 1,000 othorp ln about t loclty of thla rifle Is 2,700 .fee per Queer Houao. -Flue IUwvBone .,?1.56 pecrllMWIlaa. Our nnance are, In .good slape and FlylBK BulletH Make second at the muzzle. There Is "hut one Bound clearly we want Jo, keep thena so. Don't Beef Blood and The first sound Is that-o- f 'the from a flying bullet Bays Out- 1916; neglect; doaH. forget Is 'tione'.,...o,.?l'20.'MirJ . ..-- . through the air. Itt t JIIiIa m ; lng, anu mm io uuuiuid .ni. nrhdn 7 tff-p,W JOD, Fres. , as a long and Acid phosphate f the bullet travels at high speed, at like nothing so much S. L. KINO, Raw Phosphate . . Treasv 'the rate of 1,500 feet per'Becond or vorv t violently cracked blacksnake FlnetOround Lime . ..29 per a , , O. R. TIN8JUEY, , ' cemew about ' whlpTe-aeeondin;aore, ' I .,.. EZRA BAIftD,,v x Di L. D. SANDBRWft Vf roni all army rifles of ll,teHiirtreio -- tseoond later. Mlaalee f or leoa. i ,i nanni lta iwavy, w 1 4, ttaw, which wyln eloclty .Vj- -h .a W?a -- The Farmer's Car must have staying pouer, endurance, strength. It must stand the racket at the end of die- sea son as well as it did at the first, if it is to be of practical or night, value. It must be ready for service any time-d- ay catTor So the Car that is built to last rain or shine. professional, man- the farmer the business man-t- he is-the Ask for Catalog and Demonstration. D. G. Young, Beaver Dam, Ky. Agent, - -- tbe-kla- d old-lad- A1 ' le '. Ocl. Pw. '' ( ,,r pr .i'i .f,W Jt jtiaiVi tontti- - .,... i m IttiPUllLlCAX PLATFORM. win not havo a record breaking year In any line, but will have n large sup- WILL FILL A WANT! wJ"siiLLu. The republican party In Kentucky In convention assembled adopts the ply of forage crops for the winter Since the suspension of the ' with a reasonable good corn and tofollowing platform: (1) Wo npprovo the policies of the National Republican party In bacco crp. With pastures furnishing Louisville Weekly Courier- - ! providing for the defenses of our coasts against foreign Invasion, and the font) In nfintiflnnnn frit ttm ell 41ia ' Attorney Law I against the pauper labor of foreign live stock should go into tho winter Journal, there has been quite Industry protection of American IIAJlTKOItD, KY. countries without Imposing unnecessary or unjust burdens upon tho con- in a healthy, splendid condition. a demand for a weeklv KenWill practice bJu irofMiUn u Utt sumer. We favor tho nomination for the Presidency of n candidate who Is UlCky newspaper tll.lt gives and tuJJuluiug cuiiU. Conmwaifj In accord with those policies, and Is abreast of the spirit of progress re- the year are above the average. mid Criminal Practice a Specialty. all the more important state quired by ever changing condition. Turin For Sale. ' (2) We condemn the inefficiency of the administration nt Washing news, as well as the general DUTttLorAMCRCAH IDEALS About CC acres 3 miles East of ton, its Inadequate tariff law and Its tax In times of peace, which have resulted in the closing of factories, the stagnation of business and the en- Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell news, crisp editorials, good tltjr where good hotels 'In r forced Idleness of millions of workmen. road, 16 miles from pike. Law Four stories, timely cartoons and bound, thePowhstsn heads the I We demand the redisricting of Kentucky In legislative, senatorial, room cottage HARTFORD, KY. In good repair. Ever- illustrations. E It I first In the hurts of it congressional and Judicial districts, which shall give equal representation r .Mrni. W. II. U.iriH und , B. Two nnd equal voting power to every citizen of every district, In conformity lasting water nt residence. There is no such excellent ; countrymen. Smith announce' that Uu-- have Xurtu-- a as at present, In barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of with the plain requirements of the Constitution, and not tKtrUu-rMhJpaper as the for 6I10 onmml prnc-- 1 peaches and apples. All hill land, flagrant violation hereof. tlc of law, except criminal and dlvor present Infamous primary law but In very good condition. Posses- Twice-a-Wee- k (3) We demand the repeal of the icasos, Mr. Smith Ixduj; Coumty A,ttor-,UA'formed for the purpose of preventing freedom of choice to the voter, and sion any time. Owensboro Messenger Terms reasonable. is provviilod friun proccioitiu; audi permit party nominations for jufavor tho enactment of a law which shall (I'dlUil Ity Uivy WoodMin.) 'cistaiti. Mr. llariu will Individually DARNETT & SON, dicial offices without regard to the party nllillatlon of tho candidates so Apply to acct-ji- t It comes every Wednesday Midi practice. Offkj In Republican Office, grounds, and the conthat tho Judiciary may be chosen on Hartford Rupublium butldlug, HartThe Towhatan 11 refined, and Saturday, (16 pages a : tinuance in office of Judicial public servants may be determined by no 23tf Ky Hartford, and restful. Its excelford, K- lent location on Pennsylvania oilier qualification than that of fitness. week or more), and is Avenue, 18th and II Streets, . We favor amendment to State laws permitting and encouraging Joint Sugar: A llluiider mid a Coriu-rmakes it a desirable headquar' in every regard. All reports agree that strong efters lor bridal couples, tourist UTT (if. MAKTIN nominations of tho same candidate by the different parties. Wo demand tT H'AliKM'IIATTUN liarues, convcnlions, Schools and t'ruiiiHrll, K,r llmtfiiril, Ky. colleges. Twice-a-Wee- k llio repeal of the law providing for registration certificates Imposed upon forts will be niadb In tho next Con , Try the Mes- -' The Powhatan attracts the iho State by the Democratic party for Immoral polilcal purposes, where- gress to undo some of tho follies of senger STRATT0N & MARTIN , Veople of culture and education. for a year in connec-- 1 Instruments, passing by the last Congress. Among other fol- by votes In Kentucky have become negotiable to State, War and Attornoys nt Lmv ISavy Departments, also to many lies Hint cry aloud for attention Is tion with the Hartford Rcpub-lican- . delivery jioints of historical interest, j CROMWELL, - KY. makes this hotel especially at(4) We demand that the public schools of the State shnll be taken the sugar Tariff. The only things tractive to a discriminating pubpractice their profession in tlil7 j Will and kept entirely out of politics, and that the Interests and welfare of the which Congress succeeded In accomlic and djolnliig comities. Collections. The Powhatan offers rooms Both papers, one year for' children shall have first consideration in all public school matters. We plishing by Its free sugar program ith detached bath at $t.S0, Commercial and Criminal I'ractlco a call for better schools and schoolhouscs, for longer school terms In the wero to disturb the sugar growers of 51.50. All clubbing subscripJi.00 and up. Rooms with priSpecialty. l'rompt and vlgorou vate bath, U.iO, $3.00 and up. tho United States and cut millions off country and better pay for the teachers. tions should be addressed lot 'Vrite for booklet with rasp, service- - .Votary In office. the Federal revenue in the shape of We also favor extending the aid of the State to its institutions for highCLIFFORD M. LEWIS, sugar duties. It did not. as every Republican, Hartford, Ky. er education. JJanajcr. body who buys sugar knows, reduce (5) There should be complete publicity concerning the expenditure of money for political campaigns, and a law should be passed for the ac- the average price or that ucci.s....y. ! Ill counting by candidates and campaign managers of all sums of money col- Now there are rumors of n specula- -' tlvo campaign aiming to control thei for political purposes. lected oi raw sugars. Tlie consui'i'i(6) We demand the enactment of a law providing for ; S 1 "' pmni! olunliwd In All CfHil.il liH. IT l.t.MUl.U the penal and charitable institutions, and for the abolition of summation of such a scheme can oncontrol of Fhume Tho most economical, cleansing and THAT PAY. ilrl1ipUifmll.on.tur, ly profit the originators if the price contract labor, and we endorse tho Constitutional Amendment providing aiiJiitlp juu germicidal of all antiseptics Is einciroOrl (holmrtiitutvrM.fur TRCC ur tend rtili on public roads and highways, insofar as the same may of refined sugar is advanced. rtiTt Thus for convict labor on ltrnUUllty tO y,.riwe behold dear sugar upon the table, PASSING RlrtrCNCtS. Vr trv lun. be done without injury to free or organized labor. (iukl. ... on llteM. wntk lo (7) Realizing the influence of good roads on the economic, educa coupled with a loss In future of tens u. c tional, social and religious development of the State, we pledge ourselves of millions In revenues, and all for that the present law, Introduced by a Republican, authorizing State aid, what? Nothing except the gratificaA soluble Antiseptic Powder to shall be carried out, and the building of permanent highways throughout tion of legislators who had a politibe dissolved in water as needed. the State by a system guaranteeing to the people an honest expenditure cal campaign mapped out und put As a medicinal antiseptic for douches it into effect. Congressional incomof their money, shall be encouraged. In treating catarrh, inflammation or petence rarely goes as far as this. (8) We favor further legislation for the protection of laoor from ulceration of noso, throat, and that unnecessary bodily injury, and we favor the enactment of a fair and equlpt-iibl- e No benefit to anybody In the United GUARANTEED SKKV1CE caused by feminine Ills It has no equal. States on the one side, no bars For ten years U10 Lydla E. Plnltuam One hundred per cent workmen's compensation law. Medlclno Co. has rccotnmenicd Paxtlno value. Special work for W. (9) We favor giving to the Railroad Commission power to regulate against a corner and a rise In sugar In their prlvato correspondence with on the other and on top of all a big O. W. public utilities of the State. The .. National Weekly women, nhlch proves its sunnrinritv. W. F. STEVEN'S, (10) We favor the passage of laws which shall make effective con- deficit in tho United States Treasury. Women who havo been cured say Time-il- l If free sugar meant cheap sugar R. F. D. 7. stitutional provision against the issuance of free passage to officials. Hartford, Ky. it is "worth Its weight in gold." At Representing Continental (11) Wo oppose double taxation, and will favor a thorough re- something might be gained. Unfordruggets. POc. largo box, or by mall. Marljlc & Granite Co. Tho Pjuctoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. vision of the tax laws which will equally distribute the burdens of tax- tunately there is no guarantee that Until this year CaUitr' ation, reduce the rate and not only retain the capital now Invested, but it will ever result in any such thing. han Ixrcn iHasaaaM ? told at $5.50. Now Philadelphia Public Ledger. invite the Investment of other capital In the State. We favor tho adothe ptuc is $2.50' -I 9 ption by the people of the Constitutional Amendment enlarging' Uio power andoliae secured Assembly on the matter of taxation, and when such addi- Doctor's Olllco and DucllluK or Sale. , ffjl a conccsiim whereke General 11 by wc can offer it We have listed lor sale two acres j J tional law is passed to make it effectual only when submitted to, and apCircuit Court T. F. nirklicaid. at a still further people who vote upon the same. We favor buuu gtuuim timuiiiiiiiK uuciur s 01- proved by a majority of the Judge; Urn U. Hingo, Attorney; v reduction In P. Midkifr, Jailer. E. (J. Harrass. ., ,1 this. dwelling, all necessary such regulation by law as will consolidate assessment and collection of flee, Operated by Clerk; E. E. Hlrkhead, Master Com .. publication. 2 wells water, 1 cistern taxes, sa that the cost of collection may be materially reduced. missioner; K. T. (12) Wo condemn the enactment by the Democratic party of a large and orchard, splendid location for, Hotel Company Jury Fund; S. O. Collins, Trustee Special Offer to Our Readers- - , Keown, Sheriff, physician. None within a radius of number of obnoxious laws, the creation of expensive offices and commisHartford. Deputies S. A. Ilratchcr; Kccocnuinc the nrr at demand fir tVUr't at Easy terms office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown aits' to rigtr sions and tho wasteful and extravagant expenditure of money, and we five miles. Under New Management the new iiiicr, wcliatewaile arrai ccnirntio Iter it anil our own publication cacti i nc rsr Cilmoru KeoMii. Court convenes first oJl-ce- s party. Call on, or address promise, If given power, to repeal all such laws, to abolish superflous for the price of Co'Wsatonr This is a .rr.iml Monday In February and continues T. QUlSENnEMtY. Lifer ah J must tctal.cn a J vantage of prumfilly. BAUNETT & SON, Agts.. and reduco the cost of administration to the least possible point conthree weeks; third .Monday In April, 34tf Hartford, Ky. Kales 1.00, 91.25 ami fjU.nd per Day two necks; third Monday In October, sistent with an economical and efficient system of government. What You Get in Collier'- two weeks. (13) Realizing the Importance to the State of the prosperity of Meals 25 Cents. CoUitr'i is the one liie, fnilrremfcnl, feaitcf a V County Court John U. Wilson, Prairie Dogs' Occupation. the farmers, we heartily approve of their legal efforts to secure better eekl of the whole country. Nut only isilthe Judge; W. C. Hlankcnshlp, Clerk; coo.) citizen's handbook hut it is alto a. Rex Allaman, a traveling man who prices for the products of their farms, and pledge ourselves to assist them Uest In the city for the money. -. a. sinitii, Attorney, Hartford. maitautie fur the vhole f.imil) Among the visits Clovis regularly, tells this In alii Jegal ways. tluncs that a yiar's subscription cites aid Special attention to the traveling Court couysucs first Monday lu each Jour-pal- :, month, ldoO Editorial. (14) Tor economic, as well as humane reasons, we recommend that story, "Isays the CIovls (N. M.) r was telling a lady friend In public. ? Quarterly Court Helns ' on tho 600 Nrws Photos tho State of Kentucky undertake to supplement and later to continue Atchison" recently about the prairie 250. Short Articles .Moimay In every month. first ISO Short Storle. the work of the United States Public Health Service for the prevention dogs out here. I said: 'Why, there ar Court of Calms Convenes first OWENSBORO, KY. 100 llluilratrd IV I urn blindness from trachoma, a communicable and painful disease of the thousands and thousand's of prairie 2 Complete NotcIs Tuesday In January and first Tuos-da- y pj in October. "cye, from which, the last census report shows that 33,000 persons dogs on tho plains.' The woman exCollier's $2 50 ) Other County Officers- - C. S. Mov-lopressed surprise and said: 'What fre ; nro suffcringMn a single se.H'on of the State. i "-- v Surveyor, Fonlsvllle, Ky., It. Hartford Republican (15! W& call attention to the vnst resources of our State as yet un-- i they doing? Watching the sheep?'" F. U. No. --'; Tom nines, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Superindtvepoloil nml invite capital and labor Into tho State to develop such re- AVoultl He Duck. tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Uiley, sdUfcvsl. Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Ueuton. At an examination at a school in Expressly reserving the right of all Republicans to vote upon (10) Uoad Engineer, Hartford. j we favor tho adoption by Cincinnati the teacher was so pleased justices' rniiHTs. the question of woman's suffrage as they seo fit with his class that he said they could j Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftthe next Genernl Assembly of a resolution submitting this question to the ask him any question they liked. Succeed when everything else fills. er 3d Monday In .March, Tuesday aft-- , people for decision at tho election of November, 1917. In nervous prostration and female er 3d Monday lu June, Tuesday aft-- I Some queries were put and an-- 1 weaknesses they are the supreme Republican pary in Kentucky is responsible and deserves (17) The er ju aioiiuay in September, Tuesswered. Seeing one little boy deep! remedy, 03 thousands have testified. day after 3d Monday In December. the credit for tho county unit law. In 1907 we declared definitely for In thought, the teacher asked him for. I...' A. McDanlcl. Uocknort. Friday McCALL PATTERNS 3K K.1U !!EY, LIVER AND the locul option law with tho county as the governing unit. In 1911 we a question. Tlie boy, with a very simplicity an after 3d Moniluy lu Murch, Friday fc Celebrated for style, perfect fit,Hold STOMACH TROUBLE reliability nrirlr 4D,)cary ngain declared for tho county unit law in accordance with the Constitution. grave face, put this one: In i'mi'T after 3d Monday In Juno, Friday It is the best medicine ever sold eery cilyand town fn the United StateCanir adherenco to the county unit law, We now declare our continued after 3d Monday In September. t Canadj, or by mail dtiect. Mote sold Ihao over a druggist's counter. "If you was in u sitiall mud heap any other make. Sent for iicc catalogue Friday after 3d Moudav In De and wc do hereby endorse the present county unit law of Kentucky, and up to your neck and I was to throw ?1TCKCTWTUcuRSMCcnvBaaaiiaaMaBai McCALL'S MAGAZINE cember. and wo favor the enforcement, pledge ourselves to its btrlct and rigid More subscribers than any othei iashloa a brick at your head, would you S. W. Leach, Cromwell. Wednesday I micailne million a month. Invaluable. IjU adoption of such amendments thereto as muy be necessary to make It ef- duck? after 3d Monday lu .March.. Wed styles, patterns, dressmaLtnir, millinery, plain fective beyond question. YOU nesday after 3d 3,1Monday In June, et scwing.fjncy needlenoik.hairdrcssini;, etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only W cents Atmtf'rl-iU'ltlneadnv nflor In Cm.. T year (vi jrth duublc), including a free pattern, Y SubscriBe tuiijy. or send lor sample cony. ' ember, Wednesday after 3d MonBy Proxy? beans have been planted, and their WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS day In December. metropolitan choral A AtiKtist Crop to A Rents. I'ostal brings premium catalogue It. C. Tlcht'nor, Centertown, Satand new cash prise oljeur Address The crop season of 1915 Is fast condition Is given at 87 and 88, re- conductor was onco holding voice urday after 3rd Monday lu each Garden conditions re- - trials preliminary to the organization IRE JfcCUL CO, S ta 218 W. Vlh St. HEW YAB a close and tho drawing to Treatment month. tions have been throughout very tin- - main good at 92. Pastures are In of a colored choral club of jubilee Wlnson Smltn, Select, Tuesday T HhstassiMJKaaitsLaltAAaWiW Is singers. One of tho soprano appliusuai. There havo been more rainy splendid- condition. Uluegrass for WEAK after id Monday lu March, Tuesday KILL-COUCper cent, clov- - cants was extremely reticent when days and cold. damp, soggy weather given a condition of 95 SJI LUNGS or after 2d Monday In May, Tuesday asked to sing a scale. Finally the diAND CURE THE after 3d Monday In August, Tuesthan any season of which this De- - er 92, alfalfa 91 and orchard grass rector, becoming Impatient. UHked; LUWCSf partment lias a record. Crops have SS. Fruit Is only In fair condition "What's the matter don't you sing?" CONSUMPTION day after 2d Monday In November. W. S. Dean, Dundee, apples 82 per cent, grapes 81, "Well." she hesltatlugly replied, "not been" damaged from tho excessive Monday in WITH If you mention this paper we will send you .March, nfter tho second UU moisture and by wind storms, The pears 74 and peaches 71. Much puhsonally." Wodnesdny after Monday a bottle I'Kfct, by mail aquicKreiiet lor Kentucky complaint of fruit trees breaking un- In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday feeling, coughs, pains Hhat tired, two largest mono ycrops In In chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak In August, Wednesday after 2d Monof der their heavy load as a result of are com and tobacco. Uoth - lungs or consumption. day In November. rthese havo grown without tho proper tho storms hove been made. Live lieu F. nice, Fondsvllle. Tuesday 10CK BOX eis PRICT5 OHIO MEDICAL CO. cultivation, und in general have been stock Is doing well horses are given FOR A. JL ft I after 2d Monday lu March, ThursCOLUMBUS, 0, QLDS a condition of 94 per cent, cattlo 95, Trial BotUo Fret day after 2d Monday In May, Thursj damaged by rain und wind, und no ANO ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. day after 2d Monday In August Cholera ex A one can accurately predict Jubt what .sheep 93 and hogs 92 Thursday alter 2d Mopday In NoQUARANTiEO SATISFAOTOKYl at several points In the state and OVER 68 YEARS' the final yields and quality of either ists vember. Q MOWEY SEI7TJNDED. EXPERIENCE black leg nt a few. Poultry Is sufof these crops will be. Ben V. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftrrtmmmrymfimt Ffty-flv- e typewriters. Lesfering as a result of the continued er 2d Monday in March, Friday after reports to this olllce show tho Tho Moving Pic2d Monday In May, Friday after 3d sons explained by Is not more than condition of corn to be 92 per ceut, hot weather. There Monday in August, Friday after 2d ture machine. Seven big DeMany 80 per cent of a turkey crop. above tho average. which is Monday In Novomber. , g. partments Shorthand, have never known a Kcntucklans HARTFORD POLICE COURT. reports, However, state that much of Telegraphy, Stenotypy, O. C. Martin, Judgo; Mcpowell A. the corn will be damaged when the season that illustrates tho valuo of Trade Marks Focle, City Attorney; J., P. Stevens, Music, Primary Normal. ExPROCUrtCDAND'61ir'KnrOCDiBl4n4it. UC3IGNS harvesting time comes as tho result the silo more than tlie present one. Marshal; Court convenes seconld Monar.wnn(irwioitwf iHrtsiittivUivliriie reirt. I Copyrights &c. port teachers. Modern equipyrvw ajrioil. hovr f toutus lAieuu, trade iuAajl of being bo badly blown. The Hur- Fortunate Indeed Is the furtner, who day In each month. dMcrlntlnn mar AnTonen1ln a sketch and (ruu eopyrubu, etc, in I assured. Position ment. wl.clhfr an cuuntiiik. qulcMr mioMulu our oilmtn City Council J. C. Her, Msor; R. ley tobacco condition is given at 78.5 Is ablo to put Ills uncured alfulfu or Vuiliu'i JirrtfaUk ll H'tillitglon tartt l!mf, liKniitV"! Isprotialilr P'UentiiMs, Cnmiuunlrn. Wrlto for catalogue. ilntisirl;uri'oiitiiiciiiui. iianuuuuh T. Collins, pierk; J, E. Bean, Treasut 81. clover in a silo during these rains, or per cent, that of Dark tobacco sent lies. ().st siionrr fur Patsnt and Infrlngsmtnt Practice Exclusively. urer. Mombers of Council J. C. Bet), I'jKutf t iWcri tlirouBti Jluim A Co. rccolTf ,. ua Tobacco Is being rapidly housed, und who will lio able to tako care of his a sfwv iij at, tpteUlnotlct, without vlisrite, lu tlis in r.c iuini nett. Capt. A. D. White. A. B. Pate. lit Ilaus ltrMt,ur UclU'tutM rstutOOce, I corn after it Is blown to the ground. Co, Bus, College Daviess warm clear weather Is needed for W. II. Gillespie, W. H. Barnes, CM. o. e. waamrtGTON. Crowe. properly curing It In tho barns. Tho Many farmers report that tho silo Is Alinndsomclr lllntrtJ ilr. largest rH Incorporated Hartford Hoard Education J. H. tho salvation of their crops this year. pulutloti vt snf riv''Uuti fiurnal. 'Itfrms. t3 a Jiciap crop is greatly Improved and rcirj 1nur nloiill , XL twldbslt newndralers. P. Carson, Cli'm'n.; C. M. Harnett, OWENSHOHO, Y. 4b e condition Is given at 94 per cent As predicted in the last crop report, W. Ford, Sec.; MUNft&Co. 364BrMd.ar.NpivynrfV 11ns, B. D. Duke. Treas.; R. T. CoJT eoy the indications are that tho fanners Very large crops of cow peas and J. k BLYalUilob llUiUilllUie- ID1IIIIIIHII JaTJL.' yMIIIIUUmlll Bl ! !L?rHOTELJl fPOWHATANil Professional Otto C. Martin at Barnes Attorneys at & Smith jr non-partis- up-to-da- te , ' 1 mm I SPECIAL TO WOMEN TRADC-MARn- 11(1 PATf-fur- I JL ii - .iu-lk- " rur.mun, Collier's First Clubs -- , Directory Si 'unLCTS KlOUSC o: I punters j t- y, .... " Iters ctric i$2.50- - J s- WW Dr. King's New Discover? Kcp. well-know- n WILL TAKE OUR condI-,spectlvel- y. FREE mt IHBJK run-dow- n Wod-uctod- II II roycus aVfc Hook-keepin- IjjjjTra s Wt-lt- Scientific Hniericatn v -- vjJaassTss Children Cry for Fletcher's Popular year to grand dukes and duchesses, Than Kver. hut when everything Is taken Into nc-- I Doth tho number of farmers' Insti- count tho Czar's Incomo Is far ahead tutes held each year and tho attend- of that of tho Turkish Sultan with 1,500,000, ou orr own king who Is ances nt these meetings Is steadily 1t nrinrot In nnlf ...... nilnrtM u 4... ,... nnrt increasing nccordlR to a report on Mm r farmers' Institute work which has tho old world potentates. A stato just boon published by the United grant of 1,500,000, added to his States Department of Agriculture ns other revenues brings the Czar's in Farmer'i" Institute Rforo 2 . STOMACH TROUBLE ' j j I . rmn FOR Majority of Friends Thought Mr. Hughes Would Die, But FIVE YEARS I i Tin SlfJ? UP?&, TnfY ywy8lIonBl,tf mid vhlcli 1ms been years, Ims bumotlio slgnaturo of " nild ,ms bocu ,,,ado "'"Ilt Ills per- "al IcrvlBloii Hlnco its Infancy. A.,,,,w no ono to in this. Counterfeits, Imitations nnl "Just-as-m-deceive vounrobu I v!!5V?, m for Castor Oil, Pare-CorItroiM nml Himthliii; Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karcotio Hiilihtaiifc. Its ago is its guarantee It destroys "Worms rind allays I ovorlshncss Tor inoro tSiau thirty years It lias licwi In niiiHtuiit u.,0 for tho relief of Constipation, riatuleiiey, 'Wind Coll , nil Teething Troubles and Diarrheal. It regulates tho Stomacli and Bowels. .sl") 'l!';" th." Yoml K,v,nf iM'nMliy mid natural Bleep, alio Chlldrcu's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend, ir, What is CASTORIA Cnsforla is u harmless unhstitulo Hullctln No. 269. During tho fiscal year ending June 30, 1914, the report states, 25,238 of these Instl- tutes wero hetd throughout the coun try with a total attendance of 3,056,-3,8- 1. Tills Is an Increase In attendance of 2G per cent over that of any previous year. On the other hand, tho cxpenso of conducting the work was nearly $63,000 less than Inst year, the total cost for the fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1914, being $447,-897.5- 1, Tho fnnners' institute organization conducts Its work under many different forms bo that It Is almost Impossible to summarize Its activities For example, In addition to the ordinary meetings, there were iuvnnle schools In 13 States, which had a registered attendance of 112,-49- 8 different people. Field demonstrn Hon meetings were also held In 15 Slates, although no record of the attendance was kept. Special railroad trains were organized in 17 other States for tho purpose of giving lectures and demonstrations. A detailed analysis of this work showing the number of different kinds of meetings in each State, the attendance and the bulletin already mentioned. This bulletin also contains a number of notes on agricultural extension work of a similar nature in foreign '' countries. 'p(v J GENUINE V "CASTORI A rBears the Signature come up to 8,000,000 a year. Out of this he has nt least 5,000 a year for his private use. King George receives 470,000 per annum from the state, but little more thnn a fourth of this goes Into tho privy purse, it would lie naturally Impossible for our king to live in a manner befitting his rank on an income of 120,000 or so, but there are miscellaneous revenues from invested funds and other private sources which help to swell the privy purse. The Emperor of Austria, who is also King of Hungary, draws two salaries amounting to 562,500 each. The King of Italy receives 750,000 a year, but has to make allowances to several members of the royal family out of It. King Alfonso has an alowance of 357,000, a sum which is his own to spend as he pleases. Belgium's King receives about 175,-00- 0. a ! taking other medicines. decided to take his advice, although I did not hart any confidence In it. I j One Helped Him to have now been taking Black-Draug- M Recovery. for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick hcadachw since I began using it. adI Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting am so thankful for what Black has been years, and found 3 very valuable medicine for dewould have, sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver, ft times, that I thought surely 1 would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herb, 1 tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, an did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely- I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should fc Black-Draught vices Irom this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with (5) Draught has done for me." Thedford's itomach trouble for five ALWAYS 4f &LS&ffljkt -- Deafne99 Cannot Be GuretT hv local nnnlleatlnn.. n. thev cannot reach the diseased portion ot the ear. There la only one way to cure aeainess, ana mat n by constitutional remedlea. Deafness la caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When thla tubo la inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la entirely closed, Deafneaa la the reault, and unlets the Inflammation can be taken out and thla tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cnaes out of ten tare caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition ot the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case ot Deafness (cauaed by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Ilall'a Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Take Haifa Family Pilla for constipation. I and all my friends, except one, thought ! kept In every family chest. would die. He advised me to try Get a package to ay. Thedford's and quit Only a quarter. Black-Draug- M r W In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Starck Pianos No Money in Advance Satinfao (ion Guar A Cough Remedy That Relieves. It's prepared from tho healing Pino Ualsam, Tar and Honey all mixed in a pleasant soothing Cough Syrup called Dr. Bell's Thousands have benefited by its use no need of your enduring that annoying Cough or risking a dangerous Cold. Go to your dealer, ask for a 25c. original bottle Dr. Bell's start using at once Pine and get rid of your Cough and 2 Cold. Tar-Hone- y, saleed LowcniNet aaa? P. A Toruiu Fa o t ory Prioo Gsh lent Savi 11 Thinks Any City Cun Kxlle Smoke. Tho traveler, relating tho exper iences of his Journeys, In speaking of a visit to Pittsgurgh, no longer excuses himself by saying: "Urn, er well, I had to go there on business." For Pittsburgh, he it understood, no longer bathes In smoke. Pittsburgh now is clean immaculately clean, compared to St. Louis, in the opinion ot J. C. McDowell, a civil engineer from the former Smoky City, who was in Kansas City yesterday. The secret of Pittsburgh's cleanliness and that It has natural gas, and aplenty. The price of gas there Is 30 cents, the same price as the natural gas companies here are hoping to make the people of Kansas City pay .rcsidcnt STARCK SI OO (o S20 0FacFrom tory Direct jj A ol r r a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uao and test this plnno for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not Iltiil It the hlKhcpt grade, nwceto.it toned and tlnest piano In every way, that you have ever seen foi the money, you aro at perfect liber y to, send It back, and we will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, or there la no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL IN YOUR OWN HOME Wo will Blilp you Savi $150.00 or Mirt ilin-cto yoj from our factory, prices that save you upwards ol $130.00 In ttie iwl of your plana. We guarantee to furnish you better plino for the money than you can srciire rWrwhVre. You are assuml of rec-irlsatisfactory sweet toned durable high grade We ship t Easy Payminis Ton pay iiu cash down, but after 30 nays of trial, you can begin pjyment on the lowest, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to nuit your convenience, and It Is pouikte for yiw to biy a pkino for your home, without ,, mlsdrs th" money, lar-gain-a , this winter; but is enough in Pittsburgh there V""0. OK.Yss- - tV:iralp .. l,W,t, .Mw Errrr SUrck Piano t spiaranterd for li yrsrs. Tin, Kuaraatn Mi &ecj of it our 35 yrart of plan experience, an I the rrpu-Utlof an responsible piano bouse. 2nd Hand 50 Froe Muslo Lissons To cscry purchaser of Rtarck Pianos, we g1e free music towns. In one of the best known schools Id ChlnRo. The !Mns you ran Uke In your own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. W lure constantly on hand lanre mimne- - it Ihthtly 'iM piano of jH and weonJ-hin'- l standard mikes taken In exchange for new StarcS ria-n- s The fallow. and I'lsyer-rianoIng are a few ample bargains: Weber Stelnway Chlckering Kimball Starck second-han- $110.00 92.00 90.03 95.00 193.00 bargain list. the hmr and most bAsutl-tPlayer planna un ma market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful Instruments, awl will be pleased with the very low prices at which tney can be secured. PIyf'HrtM Startk PUyee.Vlanos are aiaTGK Piano Send for our latest 'complete Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which gives you a large amount of information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and phase you. Write today. 1 leak Fraa P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 Starck Bids.. CHICAGO FARE Wan fnM:MPy $322 sarttj ;".- - Imm Bm aiiiaiBUFEAio - ''v" '" i?-- " ''iHort-Js.wi- feBAILY BETWEEN fcw CLEVEIAND to supply all the great manufacturing plants an'd the homes. Pittsburgh's fight for clean city has been long and trying. It has taken this cithy five years of effort to see the sun. Now practically all the large plants, Including the Carnegie steel works, use gas and those that burn coal have checked tho smoke. "Any city can get rid of Its smoke it the officials aro willing to enforce e ordlnanc." Mr. Mcan Dowell says. Kansas City, according to Mr. McDowell, is a city ot smokeless skies, compared to St. Louis. -Equal to Chamberlain's None "I have tried most all of the cough cures and find that there Is none that equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has never failed to give mo prompt relief," writes W. V. Harner, Mont-pellc- r, Ind. When you have a cold give tills remedy a trial and see for yourself what a splendid medicine it m is. Obtainable everywhere. anti-smok- Tho Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" The sLCSfpwe, . .aafc. lrnet and most cost: oteainer un any uimnu "GTY OF nUIl" wwr 3 Masmlflcont Steamer. r 4 w. "CITY OF BUFFALO" ltt-BUFF- s to Dec J CLEVELAND Dculy, May 1stInMlhs7tA . If i I'. ojo ' " (cS.UiTfiton.brdASvVtiE.Iiand - 87J A it K Vr... "r,,"""' Time) und Canadian points. Railroad uil lrtra aro good tor transporutioa on ouf atoamera. ALO 1 tvi THg CLEVELAND law l.me. cne ticket anent for tlek.U via j ezwrwr Mu DUMla chart, Unutirn! r colored aecUonaloS receipt of Hvafem.-1-- Ui cover poataga intarjur eonta aent 'SEEANDBCB" nletorlil and tiTlntlTa lkl-- t t rw. f 3r one a v.an. Ask bo lt.f " Also 'J Ohlo & UUFfALO TRANSIT CO.. ClaT.land. w THOS. E. MOSS andPlasterer, Decorator Contractor. - Kings And Their Incomes. According to reliable reports, the war has brought about a decided in the Incomo of the Kaiser. The tearing up ot the little "scrap of paper" has already cost Wil-helhim personall y 5,000.000. howover has still a respectable fortune loft If a recent calculation by Herr Martin, an authority on German rich people, Is correct. WUhelm was supposed to be worth 7,000,000, but Herr Martin has pointed out that a trifle of, rougly, 13,000, 000, the valuation ot tho Knlsor's forest lands and farms had up This brings been overlooked. tho royal estate to a total of The Kaiser, however, has nover in tho been tho richest monarch world. This honor belongs to tho Czar, who on his accession came Into the Romanoff private estate, yielding 2,000,000 a year. Beyond about that his salary amounts to another 2,000,000 pounds, beside many profitable lnvectments abroad. There aro small' expenses .to be deducted, such as some. 5,00.0,000 pounds a Civilization's Footfiear. & waaBajPv full of life and action, filled with the f fire of fine inspiration and followed Tradition has It that the wise vy isu suon stones or aaventure, preacher who wrote In Eccleslastes win mate that "all Is vanity" wrote also. In ono of his love songs, "How beautiful are thy feet, with shoes, O prince's daugh ters!" The two expressions hang 1 together well, indicating at least that in human nature Is much the same now as It was in Solomon's time. Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Our prince's and our peasants' Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of daughters and sons still have feet Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best that are conventionally beautiful In minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone audacity to say that the average in the home. 1 here is no age adult has pretty feet outside of shoes. limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free It is the allness of vanity-- if one may Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION take liberties with a good word let us send you Tbree Current ksuea FREE. Inclose thla Coupon with your 52 Times a Year that deforms feet. We of the west request. not 12. ern world differ onl' ln degree from Those who subscribe now. sending $2 high caste Chinese women, who ln for the 52 iisuea of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 1915. will receive The Companion dellance of edlctsstill bind their feet get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. magazines. to prevent their natural growth. We bind our feet, with the aid and conSUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE sent of the shoemaker, to secure an THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH artificial conformation, a pointed toe ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. that, however well It may appear In shoes, Is a distressing physical deformity nnd. when the feet are bare, horror to look upon. One wonders Just why civilized approve of the persons, pointed toe. It Is unnatural, It Is uncomfortable, and custom alone $1.3t makes it, even in shoes, beautiful. The Republican and Louisville Herald All grown persons admit that a baGlobe-Democr- at 1.76 by's feet are beautiful, but they will The Reptblican and St. Louis permit the baby to retain this atnot Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 tractive feature beyond Its babyhood. The Its feet are quickly forced Into de- The Republican andTwice-a-WeekOwpnsboInquirer 1.76 forming leather bonds. 3.50 But what Is most astounding Is The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald the compalance of shoemakers to3.50 ward the strange foible. Cobblers The jxepublican ana uauy uwenaooro inquirer are proverbially philosophers, and ln The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.7 that quaint book, "Lives of. Illus1.75 trious Shoemakers," are mentioned The Republican and Kentucky Farmer dozens of cobblers from St. Crispin and his brother down to our own The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine. . 1.30 poet Whlttler, whoso constant nlm 1.50 was to benefit mankind. It is The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer strange that these reformers did not The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50' seek to reform mankind's atrocious many footgear. But thoy, like so other reformers were bent on reforming somebody else. The shoemaker stuck to his ancestral last and did his Improving In other directions. rePerhaps as a symbolist has THE marked, the feet merely symbolize SEWING mankind's understanding, and until tho understanding Is improved the MA"NK OF feet will reflect that mental deformQUALITY ity which is said to exist. This brings us back to Solomon, who placed understanding even above wisdom NOT oE and knowledge. SOLD vsi - IfieTOTIfS COMMION Better Than Ever 1915 d, OUR CLUBBING RATES. ro Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI V-VER- NEW UNDER ANY CASTORIA For Infants and Children OTHER NAME. HOME vI Quality Considered For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. In Usa For Ovar 30 Years Always bears the Signature of m&c Mc-Heu- ry WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Uyou purchaso tho NEW HOME you will have a llfo asset ut tho prlco you jiay, and will not have an endless chain of repairs. Wo For Sale Cheap. havo a 2 acre lot near ' IHtt-HT- ' Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford X Mill Oj., 'plione, or address me at Hartford, Ky, k is the and Simmons mines to offer at (Tii Traaafi i Cheapest a bargain, A good two 16 toot room house, barn smoke house and good in the end well ot water. One half mile ot to buy. church and school house. Would make a tlno poultry farm,If you want a sowing machine, write for ear latest catalogue before you purchase. For terms call on or address. BARNETT & SON, Jk New Horns Sewing Macttw Co.. Orange, Mass." Hartford, Ky. 48ti WUM Feelirlnht nil tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keepa yov when pleasant Lie- - Ver-La- x on your feet, whilorelievingyourtroub-le- . Safer too, and easy to take. Don't toko anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural In its actions, sura in Its 'effect nnd certain in results. It will won't bo long before Uo- - Ver-La- x completely displace calomel in everj home. Children can take it freely an4 with perfect Bafety. Every bottlo euar anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness and signature of L. K. Grigsby. For aalo by Hartford, Ky. J, H. WILLIAMS, 9 For r"ilnn In the hack a good Is Dr. Miles' Pills. Antl-foiu 4- - H OW MUCH MONEY? t i i Would you like to save on all your fall buying? Money is worth in this country from 6 to 8 per cent, a year, yet we will guarantee to save you 10 to 25 per cent, on every purchase. We make this broad proposition: Bring us $8.00 and buy a general bill through the stock. If you do not get of same quality as many goods as you can buy for $1 0.00 at any credit store, we will take them back and pay you for your time of coming to see us. , ' f Is That Proposition Fair Enough to Suit You? People are crying hard times. There always will be hard times with them just so long as they give away d money for a few days or few weeks credit. They call it " accommodation.7' The acof their commodation will mean in the end. if you don't cut it out, that you will have nothing and the other fellow will "have it all. Do you want the proof? If so, look around you. We have saved the people more money than any :man in the Green River country. We are ready, able and willing to do it again. one-four- th hard-earne- "'' A Burt o .aoooooooooixxsooooooooooowxxxxxxxxx OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO X3O0OO0O00O00O0O00O00O0 Word of Explanation! that we would retire from this field. We fully intended 99 v Latft spring we announced, and meant every word of it, 4 to do it. The only reason we are here now with a BIG, NEW FALL STOCK, is because hundreds and almost thousands of people beseached us to stay. They came in person, by letter and by telephone, and with only one common expression they said "DON'T LEAVE US. ' We didn't go, and we are not going so long as they want us. We are the servants of the people and will do heir bidding. We cannot express in mere words the gratitude we feel for the people of this ood county and adjoining ones for the strong support they have given us. Come to see us and we will show you better. than we can tell you. t FALL STOCK Will WILL BE READY SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER gfitli. be closed Monday Sept. 27th, to work the DuPont Highway front Beaver Dam o Central City. Scve Your Money Till You See Us. There is lo use to try to quote prices, as this whole paper would not hold them. Just a few for a sample. Same way all over. If you have to, borrow the money and come. Everything in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shots, Furnishings, Wear, Millinery, in fact, from head to foot, we sound but one Ladies' Ready-tbugle call and that is, TUj Spen.d-You- r Jvloraesy Don't come here Monday, but go and work the road. Millinery this reason. Kest 50c work Shirts, all colors....... 39c (Seat dollar Dress Shirt, with or 79c without collar newest styles 5f c Serge Dress Goods, yard wide, ail colors oyc 75o Serge, the very newest and best 00101:3 All SOc 125c Caps ; 39c 18c Don't Be sure you are right before you enter. Look for our name on the awning. till Ycu See 4Sc All 75c Caps 17c Neckwear 37c 50c Neckwear BorkfMi, small lots in every deparment about half price. T. J. VINSON & SON , "New Opera House Bld'g. 25c Dress Goods 75c Ladies' Waists $1.00 Dresses, sizes for women 25c Towels, a pair 2 cards Safety Pins jqc 48c 69c 19c 5o 50 5o t Beaver, Dam, Ky. London. Krunre ' cards Pearl Buttons 2 nice handkerchiefs ....; 2 f49 IATBT iTcfl?- -. WAR NEWS 'j .Monday. KwaL. German Field Marshal vsi Iixndonburg lias scored another victory, ftis forces succeeding in &v Important city of Vilna, railways. d b its Vilna wjm defended for several weeks toy ihtf Russians, who according to a reprW3JaVi7 of the Hussian general SfciiT "continue with the greatest atafodar-vtert- s La defend the Vilna which are gradually shifting tit th southwest of the city." In "' . - J'VjuTHUw-PotroKra- tha Knifiw) capital the situation resardrtd tii' hu ;i yr3tvi "Unit cs?b us jjrave, hut serious battles are yet aloiiK this front before Is the belief Is that tho Russians will again be able to evade the net which von Hlnden-bur- g seelo to throw around the reFranco. Tho olttclal statement treating army. London critics are from tho French War Office and a report by Field Marshal Sir John not so sanguine and speak of the French indicate no change of impor- great iniluenco which the outcome of tho present battles will have on the tance in the western zone. eastern theater. , IttilKiui.t. The political situation Italy. A victory for the Italian In the Ualkans is still shrouded with mystery. The Bulgar- arms Is claimed by Rome In the reconsiderable ians have secured what they wanted gion of Osterla and Florentlnl, where from Turkey In the cession of a rail- a violent Austrian attack was repulsway line and appear to be well satis-fle- d ed after hours of furious fighting. In for tho present. But there Is the Plezo Basbi sector Inflammable now talk In Berlin of the Bulgarians shells thrown by the Austrlans did taking by force, if they cannot get much damage around Cozsoca, Dever it otherwise, tho portions of Mace- and in l'lezzo,; while shells from donia taken from them by the Ser- Italian batteries caused a vast conbians and Greeks during the last flagration at Korltnlca whero Austrian troop movements have been reBalkan war. a fair chance to decide. -- J ' tUf Awaro-Ofcrma- which they liave been Turkey. Turkey is declared to bo fetrlviiiK. control of the great having their own troubles over the ruiltraj' Viae. cefcslon of the Dedeadhatcu railway. population . In this The Musulmau The British Minister of strip of land is said to bo in revolt has against being placed under the Bul:murritiaw. HJavld Lloyd-Georglim&u. another pronouncement, relter-ztCtn- x garian government. Sh previous statement that, in Tuesday. orArr i win, fho Allien must exert Husslu. Little news of the situajSusi? whole strength. He Intimates Cmittbft Government, which Is now tion' of the Russian army which rewsMtiTans'io subject of conscription cently evacuated Vilna has reached world the last at vU rmia tltt 'dMlBlonuliltB as early a the outside thoughinPetrograd twenty-fou- r reports hours, tno British a"d dnot as to let Uio government have that military xperts are confident ffimisi r attain the ob-fct- x. ported. . klanilr e, announces (ermmiy. Germany that she has gone to her allies' assistance by launching an offensive movement against Serbia, and reports that the Serbian artillery across the Danube has been silenced. The German Admiralty is said to have received reports from all of the submarines out at the time the Hesperian was sunk and to be In possession of positive proof that the Allan liner was not sunk by a torpedo, but was the victim , of a mine. This contention Id disputed by non-Germ- v110 ' Germany. Commanders of Gorman submarines have been given Wednesday. strict orders that In case of doubt as Husslu. Field Marshal von efforts to surround the to the Intentions of liners they ar'o i Russian army retreating from Vilna to take tho safe course and pennl Is developing in a manner that ill ay he a hip o escapo raher nan run ho shortly result in complete success. slightest risk of error. Tho Russians are now reported to Dissolution Notice. have lost their last Tallroad communNotlco Is hereby Riven Hint It in says their reication and London treat "has reached a most critical the intention of the Pattlovlllo MuJuncture." Tho plight of the Rus- tual Telephone Co. (Inc.) to dissolve sians Is said to have resulted from an its corporation at once. All claims should abandonment of Grand Duke Nich signed be presented to tho underofficers, for consideration. olas' cautious programme of retiring RUFUS DOWELL, Pres. before being pressed too closely. WALTER WALKER, Sec.&Treas Sept. 15, 1915. iot4 France. The French War Office reports that, having crossed the caSunday School Celebrutlon. nal from the Alnse to the Marne, the Tho 100th anniverslty of the es army has succeeded In throwing back tablishment of the first Sunday Along School In Kentucky and the 50th anall German counter-attackthe British front tho Germans in- niversary of the Kentucky Sunday creased the Intensity of the artillery School Association, will be jointly fire, but Sir John French reports that celebrated lnthQ Golden Jubilee conhe countered promptly and effective- vention to be held fn Louisville, Oci ly, tober For this eve,nt greatly UulsurlA, The reduced rates have been granted pn s. 0, Serbo-Bulgarl- ex- Artillery actions continue dispatch from Berlin. BulgarT'lo Kentucky Sululay School Asto constitute tho greater part of the ian troops ;tre Bald to have concen sociation was organized fifty years activities In the western theater of trated near tho Serbian frontier, ago with J. F. Lltfigow of Louisville war. No signs of a general offen- while German and as President. The organization was sive being seen on elher side, a sec- troops are declared to bo along tho Instigated by Rev. John 1,. McKoo, ond winter in tho trenches Is appar- Serbian border line. Pastor of the Presbyterian Church ently anticipated by both sides. In semi-officiAustro-Huugarla- frontier has been declared a war zone Kentucky teachers and pupils are by Bulgarln, according to a ! n LonlsvJll., amj for many years nected with Center College In Tho nr8t Sunday School In In 181G nml ), con- Dan-vllll- o. tucky was organized Ken- a Union Sunday Schooltuiiutviiii: yOiir was organized in. Louisville, within tho next fourteen years twenty had been es-a- bl fn...i at Jefferson-tow- n with 253 teachers and 1, 697 pupils. There are now in Kentucky 4.5C4 Sunday Schools with approximately 38,000 "lclaami teacl,er8 und than pupils. IMPORTANT NOTICK. When you tome to the fair next week don't full t call at the Sheriffs office d pay ,our tuxes d there, by nave the enalty. tailed in Kentucky, it f S. O. ) KRiuuv -- Sheriff Ohio County. ..,, - FXthe 8" r" phone or ,cnown Prices right. Dapbreak in your r: or-le- 4 V ACTON BROS; 1