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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER sidered established for similar action by tho Stato Board of Prison Conimlsslc.'iers, tll(J state Game Wnr-de-tho Stato Treasurer .and tho Road Commissioner, to secure for tho adornment of tho State house und other State offices, other ten dollar sepia portraits of tho incumbents ntid their predecessors. There Is plenty of room In the Auditor's office for scores of portraits of former State Auditors, which can bo obtained for ten dollars each, with room for the portraits of deputy auditors as well. In tho Secretary of State's offlce to which Mr. Hamlett, with hi plc-tugallery Ideas, now aspires, the wall space will not only accommodate tho smiling faces of the thirty or forty moro or less distinguished citizens who have at one time or another held ' down Dr. Crecellus' Job, but many others. So that It would not be at all surprising to see AutomoByers Investing bile Commissioner ten dollars of State's money In a nice sepia print, sixteen by twenty, framed, to start a gallery of the noted automobile desk incumbents. Thus far tho $90,000 pumping plant and heating system in connection with the big Capitol Is devoid of sepia prints, but It will be a serious oversight If the years pass by and no gallery of engineers and firemen and oilers who hnvo faithfully served the Stato In their honorable capacities Is established. Of course, with the' system of rotation In office which is so popular at B'rankfort, there is a possibility that the samo faces may appear successively In the seplagallerles of the different departments. Thus, It Is a question whether. In the event of Mr. Hamlett's election, he plans to take his ten dollar sepia likeness, paid for by lie State, from Its place on the wall In the superintendent's ofTlco and hang It In the Secretary of State's office, or whether he plans to buy a new ten dollar sepia, leaving tho old one to ornament Its present environment, together with the bird book extravagance and the colored Institute scandal. It Is likely that Mr. Hamlett proposes to buy a new sepia. With the State only a couple of millions In debt, few taxpayers will be so niggardly as to intimate that a ten dollar picture of an offlce holder Is an extravagance, altho it might occur to some that ten dollars represents the State tax on two thousand dollars worth of property. It will be interesting to ask the man who own a little nome or farm worth just two thousand dollars, and who honestly pays his taxes whether of the entire he fully approves amount of his State tax being spent to buy a sepia, sixteen by twenty, of some happily obscure politician, as a part of the educational development of the Stute. n, ro No. 12 tions, altho Judge James P. Gregory' late charge to tho Louisville grand Jury, concerning violations of the election laws, Is fresh In every vot- A FEARFUL EXPLOSION Two Hundred Injured When Hartford Filled With Ministers and Delegates. erything Points To One of the Best Sessions in , . Gasoline Explodes. depot upon the arrival of the special III V MAT TDV flTUED train at 10 o'clock was well arranged , iTlt I llUl I HI UIjIlK 'and made a good appearance. It ws not so long as somo claim, howPOSSUM HUNTER CASES ever, as it took less than six min utes for it to pass a given point. Everything was orderly and nice, but thero was absolutely no enthusiasm, Thought Ring Leaders In Others As the Stanley auto approached the May Not Havre1 Citizen's Bank corner, Mr. Stanley's bare pate Blione In the sun beautifulTrial ly and one little "yap" was heard. I er's mind, as Is also the later decision of Judge Quarles compelling tho-tw- o History. to the Ministers and delegates ji koulsvlllu Methodist Conforcnco In Hartford Monday arriving d abd by Tuesday night several were here and quartered .In the , homes of Hartford people and vlcin- bo-uiihun-.drc- Iy f The conference session was opened ly Bishop James Atkins Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. Dr. S. N. Minor, the conferenco secretary, called ho long roll of members and delegates, uftcr which ho was secretary. The Bishop read a scripture lesson und made a good talk on the lesson. The address of welcome was made by C. M. Harnett and was responded to by Bishop Atkins. On Tuesday evening the Rev. D. D. Campbell read an Interesting paper on early Methodism In Hartford. Wednesday afternoon Dr. Foote, of Louisville, delivered ono of the ablest sermons ever heard In Hartford. Wednesday night the anniversary of tUo Church Extension Society was colohrated with strong addresses by Bishop Atkins and Dr. Trice, Asslst- am Becruiurj ui uiu iiuuiu. YpotttniAv iho conferenco took up the ruports from tho various and ministerial charges. They were unusually good. In the afternoon Dr. Itoblnson, of Ellzabcthtown, delivered a strong address and was followed by Dr. Savage, of Owcnsboro, who preached tho afternoon sermon. Last night tho address was made by Dr. Stewart. All the various commlttccs.through which the real work of the confer-onc- e Is done, are hard at work. All the law offices In town, rooms over the Bank of Hartford, and those in the church basement aro taken over by tho committees In this work. Tho conference will closo Monday when the list of appointments will be read by the Bishop. Tho selection of tho place for holding the next conferenco will take Princeplaco at 10 o'clock ton and Franklin are tho candidates with tho prospects favorablo to the , selection of Princeton. Lyceum Lecture. Hartford Is making a great repuThe firbt locture of the 1915-1tation by the reception given the Lyceum Course will bo delivered ut conference and the splendid way In the College Monday night, October which the delegates are being treat-o- 4, at eight o'clock by the Welsh Wit and Humorist. Dr. Arthur Wal-wy- n Evans. Dr. Evans Is a relative Superintendent Hani UK's Hall Of of David Lloyd George, Chancellor Fame Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 25. Tho of tho Exchequer of Great Britain, and is now pastor of one of State of Kentucky will shortly have largest congregational churches the In f! unlquo Hall of Fame. will contain tho portraits of all Southern Ohio. For the last three It seasons Dr. Evans has tho offlclals, high, low and medium, successive at the largest chatauqua who huvo from tlmo to time graced lectured Ohio, in such company or otherwise, tho various depart- assembly in ments of the Stato government, If a as Bryan, Htllls, Conwell and others as well known. No one should deplan organized by Stato Superintendny himself the pleasure of hearing Barlcsdalo Hamlett Is followed ent speaklogically thru tho other numerous this most eloquent and witty er. Drawing for tickets will be held of the State'government. branches at the Ohio County Drug Co's store Mr. Hamlett, In order to preserve continuity and succes- today at 3:30 p. m. Popular prices the historic prevail.. sion of his office, recently ordered sepia portraits of all the fifteen Domestic Issues. Stato Superintendents up to tho presThe Tariff Is the issue which which now hang in his deent time, partment In the State house, as an the Democrats. They enexample or a warning to those wtio tered upon control of tho Governsee, them, according to the point of ment with a big surplus In the Treasury, with every factory running full view. The fifteen portraits only cost a tlmo and every man who wanted hundred and fifty dollars, which, con work finding it in plenty. They upsidering that tho State is only a cou set a Tariff which accomplished this, ple millions in debt, is a very small turned a surplus Into a deficit before matter. The State' could not afford Jo the war came, declared a war tax, make any appropriation for the In- though wo were not at war; flooded struction of illiterates, so that Mr. our markets with foreign goods, shut Hamlett's Investment In the interest down factories and threw millions of education Is expeoted to bring out of work. To a land of peace dolargo returns, as one does not have mestic Issues like these are more poA to be able to read' to see the fifteen tent than the safo steering of the "sepias" which, cost tho State 1S0. ship of state when the, opposlta party Seeing that Mr, Hamlett "got by" Is doing all within Its power to help with his little bllt with the State aud- steer safely. Watertown (N. Y.J itor, the preoedeat may now be con Staudard, dls-tric- ta to-da- y. G d. v Mr. Stanley was evidently somewhat encouraged by this, and arose to bow, Little Town in Oklahoma Scene The possum hunters nre things of when ttiere were other voices heard, the past in Ohio county, according to. possibly five or six, but no more. of Sudden and Frightful Judge T. F. Btrkhead. The recent Then the procession quietly wended nnnvlptlnn nt fit', nt tlia tnntav, P Calamity. 'the gnngs under indictment will set went about our work. Upon arrival an example for that lawless element at-- . the fair ground, we are told that that has been darlrr,? anything-that Ardmore, Okla., Sept. 28. Forty-fiv- e Hon. W. L. Porter presided and that county for the last several months, v bodies have ben recovered ear- addresses were made by CongressAccording to Judge Blrkhead, and ? ly today from the ruins of tho struc- man Thomus, Judge Black and somo!,. It 's the opinion of many of the law tures razed by the explosion of a others. Mr. Stanley spoke after the i abiding citizens of Ohio county those ., .. gasoline tank car here yesterday. noon hour. His voice was shattered lCVit, IUU1 n.;1 Twenty-on- o were negroes, one Indian u.iu franilantlv K1sa uuiA mniln n of t.ciuuii uiuivg ntwl uiauc u circuit court held at Hartford The property damaged is estimated noise like a false note on a violin. will learn, before their terms have at a million. At least 200 persons We heard htm for a while, during, expired in the penitentiary, that the cob county which time he was erecting were hurt, some perhaps fatally. of Ohio will not. stand any more hniiena ntlrt ilnmnltalilnfT (tiam ' Vartr longer foe. the cruel As the search continued and inhuman . . . ... bodies were found. At 10 o'clock could hear what was said and the i outrages uiui nave Deen commmea the official death list wa's 52. Thirty-thre- e number gradually diminished until' in that section of There are the close. were white. Indictments: pending still many What .Was supposed to be enough against persons charged With tho exception of uncovering whhX the rescuers bread, burgoo and roasted meat to same offense that the Ave men lire, a score or more of bodies And continued searching today the ruins feed, all comers was prepared. who are wearing stripes behind the of business houses and public build- there was probably plenty prepared, bars. The prosecutions will be callings of victims of yesterday's explo- but the arrangements for .its distri- ed again at the October term of court, bution was poor. The result was sion. but whether or not they will be,, tried Thirty-si- x bodies were early recov- thai; the throng became impatient, rest entirely with Commonwealth's ered. First estimates of over 50 these restless at not being served and Attorney Rlngo. If the prosecuting dead and $500,000 property damage finally resolved Itself Into a mob and attorney Is convinced that the leaders still were unchanged officially, but it broke over the lines. From that time are in the penitentiary, and there is was believed that these figures would on there was nothing barred but the some doubt as to the others indicted prove too small when the final story strangle hold, catch as catch can voluntarily entering these midnight of the disaster was written. In addi- style. More food was carried off mobs and gangs of lawless men these tion to the bodies believed still In the and destroyed than was eaten, with men may go free, otherwise they will jpnslders the present administration ruins, It Is feared, that several of the result that very many did not get be tried and must suffer the corise-- 'l uc, rranxiori a perieci one ana an Injured will dinner. To add to the trouble, while quences of the law. two hundred persons of jts acts wholesome and salubrigot in succumb, making a probable death the rush was on, At all events It Is safe to predict ous, else, by his own assertion, wo their work and many were relieved list of three score. that the whipping of men and women know that- he would have caused his Investigation of the cause of tho of their cash and other valuables, in Ohio county Is a thing of the past. convention to adopt a plank condlsnster was started by city exocut-tve- s several hundred dollars In cash and The officials of that county are cog- - demning It. He sanctions all of today. It Is supposed that 'a valuable papers were In this way tak- - mzam oi me laci mat. umi element- - the administration's sins of omission spark from a hammer" of one of the en .fropiVsPectlng Innocents. . arnf coramtsslon. By his method" of mmTn To add still further to the inter rages workmen repairing the car ignited will take a lesson from those reasoning, to be logical, he believes est of tilts most interesting occasion who are now In the penitentiary. The (hat it was right for the Legislature- ' the gasoline. said flames shot into a number .of rows were started and officers that stepped in and took the to pass the Insurance Rating Bill the air for a distance of 200 feet im- blows were struck in several cases. lead in these proceedings, acted with which drove every fire insurance mediately preceding the explosion Oh, It was a glorious "opening" for the hearty approval of, many of the company out ot the State, left mill- which scatered the flaming liquid the campaign. The speech of Mr. good citizens of Ohio county, and no Ions of dollars worth of property for blocks, thus starting scores of Stanley was one of the .small Inci- longer will depredations and outrage- - without protection, and eventually fires In the buildings, wrecked by dents of the otherwise eventful day. ntio a AArtml t In fhit AAttntv compelled the governor and other. -.. -- -' vwU. A diligent search failed to locate the concussion. Ifor fear of .meeting a fate like the State officers to sign a "gentleman's Van Zant, Com Most of the persons killed were State Chairman fate, of those who by their own con- agreement" not to enforce the law. crushed under falling walls, some of mltteeman Urey Woodson, Senator fessions are now paying the pen- According to his own reasoning, evithem more than a block away from Beckham, Mr. McDermott, Mr. alty of their crimes behind prison dently, he believes that l a an act or Gen. Fercy Haley, because the scene of the explosion. of true statesmanship and an evibars. Owensboro Inquirer. Ardmore today virtually was under they were not here. dence ot efficiency for our legislaThe town was beautifully decormartial law while business was sus Stanley's Speech at Beaver Dam, tors to pass a two and a half cent pended to permit the work of rescue ated, all hands and the cook joining (Contributed.) railroad fare bill, but, in doing' so, to proceed with greater speed. One in the general good, fellowship. A. O. Stanley in his SDeech. at to "forget" the school boy enacting to smile on While the hundred special deputies had been Dam Saturdav evaded all the clause, thereby making It null and the occasion in the early part of speclflc ,8guea and deaU laviahiy ,n void and compelling "the great comsworn In to prevent disorder. The down town business section the day he must have been displeased generaluIes u ghou,d be remem. mon people" to pay into the cofertf" presented a picture of disaster. One with the conduct at the fair ground, bered bjr those who henrd it( as a of our greatest trjst the railroads block of main street, from the rail for just as the speaking closed, the . foreD8lcal circumlocution by which, r hundreds of thousands of dollars. road station to the Whlttington ho- tain began to eoma down In torrenU Mr- - stanley boped (o 6mother and Thua by hli own method of reasoning, tel, having been razed by the explo and continued until night. Probably . Ufle th(J mam ,gsuea wh,cn he ahou,d he Is highly contradictory In his coif" sion, many buildings on the opposite ninety per cent of the gathered hosts . nVA ,.-- .fhprphv c.ivine his demnation of the trusts add his adfew having hearers in the belief that he had met vocacy ot an anti-truside of the street destroyed, and the went home drenched, law means plate glass ifront of nearly every come prepared for rain. We believe those Issues squarely and had prov- nothing, for by his own Interpreta' the Republicans were better pleased ed that his position with, reference to tion of his party's platform he aids store In town damaged. The greater part of the city was In with the day and its results than them is unassailable. From an In- and abets the trusts the railroads d In their extortions. voter'ri view. darkness last night the electric lights were the Democrats, many of whom telligent, with many things polnt have been cut off owing to the dan- were disgusted Mr. Stanley's speech lasted one the Bpeech was a co,ossa, taU. ger from prostrate wires. Many in- connected with it. It was a good ure, and, in the light of what has hour and thirty minutes. Of this stances of heroism and freakish re- day for Morrow. Enough meetings been happening during the present time, It took him one hour to dls; sults of tho exploston were recounted like It and his election Is secure. administration at Washington and cuss "Invisible government"" and' today by persons who witnessed the Glascow Republican. Frankfort, it utterly disregarded the "Trusts." He never Informed his explosion and themselves escaped hearers that practically the only lobcommon Intelligence. Investigating Electlou. with slight bruises. Nothing at all was said concerning byists whom wo haye, or have ever 7. Many clocks about the city stopped A Mr. Stanley's position on any of the had, In Kentucky are Democratic polsept. Winchester, Ky at 2:35 o'clock, are curious 'remind- subpoena was Issued today for Judge following vital issues: The State iticians. In discussing the trusts, ers of tho wptoslon. W. Rodes Shackelford and his broth- - debt of $3,275,000; our wretched he eould not refer to a single DemTil-- : Ions In law, but instead, tntc glass alone,, Una er, Bates Shackelford, both of Rich ' system Of taxation; the 400,000 Ken ocratic anti-trubeen estlnifcteo it f 0 000. mond, to appear before the Clark tucklans disfranchised by a shameful he had to "import" from the nationcounty grond jury tomorrow and tes- gerrymander; a corrupt practice act; al arena the Republican "Sherman tify in regard to the recent primary the broken promise of tho Democrat- Anti-TruAct." In referring t to Democratic "Opening." Monday was Democratic Day. Re- In Which Judge Shackelford defeated ic leaders to pass needed laws; con- "Invisible government," he could not publicans were not "In it." The Judge Benton for the nomination. cerning our penal Institutions, truBts, quote a single patriotic, cosmopoliLast week Judge Shackelford's and lobbying. He never said any- tan, Democratic statesman, but incampaign was oponed as were several other things if reports are true. bank account was eramlned, but the thing about our multltudious commis- stead, he had to "borrow" from our Some Democrats recklessly claim grand jury disclosed but two checks sions, fire marshalls, and additional Republican patriarch, Elthu Root. Mr. Stanley concluded his speech 12,000 present, 100 autos in the pa- given between July 1 and September now otllces created by the last Legisrade and the world turned up side 1, 1915. Judge Benton offered to lature, or what he would do with by rendering a doxology to Woodrow down, pf course people generally testify before the grand jury after de- them, should he be elected. No as- Wilson, But, quoting tho Loulsvlllo know that such stuff Is not true, and livering his charge to the body two surance whatsoever was given the Herald, "This Is not a national elechereabouts it has got to be a fashion weeks ago, but so far he has not been voters of Ohio county that Mr. Stan- tion. It is well to remember that to look to the Republican for the called. ley and his ticket do not sanction all and to emphasize It in view ot tho truth. We overheard two demothe mistakes and follies of the pres- insistence ot brother Stanley aud Delivers. Strong' Charge. ent administration, or that ho and those behind nlm that this victory crats talking the next morning, and one of them said. "Well I want' to Lexington, Ky., Sept. 27. Circuit his colleagues will not commit the Is needed to hearten President Wilson see what the Republican has to say Judge Charles Kerr, in instructing same heinous sins. There was no and that, not to support blm and, hip Judge Black, wb, iV about It." Well, the Republican can tho grand jury today, directed their mention of Mr. Morrow's damning motley crew say almost anything about the meet- attention to tho fact that the wisdom charges concerning reckless, will- would make a Sahara of the, pom- - . ing from and fisticuffs or unwisdom of enaclng a law was ful expenditure of the people's mon- monwealth, and those otherd who , 1 to beautiful ladles and handsomo not to be considered by them In their ey against the Democratic candi- would open prayer with ,o(.ajrlf screw , Is to rebuke the adwlnjstratlorju"., turnouts, and tell the truth. All deliberations, but that they Bhould date for Secretary of State, and, no iu TTTj were here. According to the esti- doal only with the consideration of assurance was given that Mr. Ham-fe- tt .. t. ; tJi i r. MORROW WILL BE HKRB OCT. mates of the best democratic judges whether the law had been violated' will reform, should" he be electTO we heard talk, there were somewhere or not. His charge in regard to of- ed to the offlce to which he aspires. 11. YOU CANNOT AFFORD from 4,000 to 0,000 on the ground. fenses against the election laws was ire never expressed his approval or MISS HIS GREAT SPEECH ON disapproval ot fair and' honest elec STATE ISSUES. The procession which formed at the particularly strong. ,...,'. I I I ,..., the-stat- I ?. ' Democratic election commission ers for Louisville to make a cholco of election officers for November from a list lawfully submitted to them. A part of Judge Gregory's charge to that grand Jury Is as follws: "There Is not nny question in tho mind of any fair man who has taken pains to Inform himself even slightly as to the result of the primary of August 8 that repeated violations of tho law were committed. The people having the legal right to participate In that primary were not allowed to " determine for themselves what Ita results should be, but in dozens and probably more than a hundred Instances their voice was stifled by the deliberate, premeditated, act of election thieves who commit any form of theft or perjury tHat is necessary to effect their purpose:.'Tho crookedness referred to in tho above, evidently, was ia the contest for the Democratic nomination for Governor, because Edwin. P. Morrow had. no opposition. Judge Gregory Is a Democrat. In the light ot these facts, It does seem that Mr. Stanley would, hav.e, something to say concern ing what his position on fair and honest election was In the primary and what it will be In November. In the course of his discussion, Mr. Stanley asserted that what-evof vital Interest to the people a party-leaveout ot Its platform should be considered, as'recelving the sanction of the party. By the same method of reasoning, evidently, Mr. Stanley er s pick-pocke- ts tfc-'n- nt. - , .- ey Lord-seeme- d I st well-poste- st st 0 , r j, ,j Vl pick-pocke- ts , ,i r RErUJIMCAN FIjATTORM. , -The republican party In Kentucky In convention assembled adopts the tho nb8Urd"y of allowing many na-turnI nro',uc8 of th tropics, South, UlC Suspension of illC following platform: ea9t to find their Louisville Wo npprovo the pollfles of tho National Republican party in Amcrca of ,ho (1) Wefiklv rnnrir- ," provldlng for tho defenses of our coasts against foreign Invasion, and tho " .?.",.Bn ?nrnol ,iW Attorney u. I Law " " ironsiorm against the pauper labor of foreign "io uci.ii quite I protection of American Industry them Into articles of dally need In .1 ifamnnrl fnr 1 wopMu L'., HARTFORD, KT, countries without Imposing unnecessary or unjust burdens, upon tho con"" . J rvoAKiwM.iiiiriii 1 1 in jrvi Will practice hJu profession in lhl sumer. Wo favor the nomination for the Presidency of a candidate who Is our lives. "eWSpaper that givesl Ingcnnl.y adaption, In- "American and svlJohiliiB. counties. CommrtjhU in accord with those policies, and Is abreast of the spirit of progress reventlvo talent, science attainments H.1I tlie more important State ! I and Criminal Practice a Specialty. quired by ever changing condition. I! l (2) We condemn the Inefficiency of the administration at Washing- - and general enterprise have promptly neVS. as Well as Hie , . j ton, Its Inadequate tariff law and Its tax In times of pence, which have re- - rnlll0,l lo meet widespread demands mulish on our own soil the per- - "ew"S Crisp editorials, good h suited In the closing of factories, the stagnation of business and the en-aIn cltjrwhert rood hottli Jmanont manufacture of n number of StorieS, timely CartOOIlS and ' Idleness of millions of workmen. forced ? abound, thfPgwluUa heads th Law .. . Wn ilnmnml llin .rmllglrlrllnr' nf k"nntnpW In Initlolnflvn DVIKIllHlllll .I WBTCS. ' SOniC of llllnnr. inhora nt inn. I .. Int. .. ..... ........ . ... IkblOltllllW) nnlln1 V ..V, ........ V. ..... f HARTFORD, ' ' It ti fint la the heart of it lu'UJU"' il lUortanco. Tho return of Doaco congresslonnl nnd Judicial districts, which shall give equal representation fountrymen. I here IS 110 utim w. h. c; k SUCll excellent I'j nnd equal voting power to every citizen of every district, In conformity wl" sco thoni well rooted ia able to' c constitution, ami not as at present, In wunsiami ioreign coptpetition." witn iiie plain requirements Pf rnner IS the 1X1 All tills Is true 4cpt the last ' . flagrant violation Iiercof, ,xu.lj for the sjuiieral pmo-- i .. irJP?-i.45- T Wl "r,1'LJ-I o( kw, exevpt criminal and dlvor statement for which thrc Is no JusH- -' Twice-a-Wee- k ,,., (3) We demnnd the repeal of the present Infamous primary" law a. p .. 1 'disco, Mr. Smith buln County Altor "The return oil formed for the purpose of preventing freedom of choice to the voter, nnd flcatlon in fact Owensboro MessenP- - ' ,uy la provonted frum pNictfcitig micfc favor the enactment of a law which shall permit party nominations for Ju- pcaco will sco them well rooted and (femm br U.w' w..n.K Vbv' I ,.. . . . ...!, I CCisos. -' ivn-ij,- " ilr. BnriHa will iiwiivlduriHjr offices without regard to the party nfflllntlon of tho candidates so --iuiu iu ...I.I... dicial WUIll (It'lliirtiinimiu It conies every .WVsifov laoceM f 1c, cb practloa Offlixis . that the judiciary may be chosen on grounds, nnd tho con- Hon." Hartford llcuubllaaii bulldluc. lnrt- Ha reason exists, except In the f'er- - tt'W oiUlirdaV, tinuance In office of Judicial public servants may be determined by no ( l6 Mtres :i dutlve, and'mtfal lit ritt k) ford, K- -. ., .i . . other qualification than that of fitness. tile Imagination of tho redundant week Or lllOre) and km location )h vrrftntValli Ils lllt0-coul- d 'Avenut, , ISiVsand IT Strtcts, . JlVe favor amendment to State laws permitting fmd encouraging Joint Redfleld, why these Industries, which , makci ten (oYlrldal. Wunlef. tourist not withstand European compe- - (l:l'e m every regard. T. WAIlCNTIIATTMN OTTOO. MAKTIt nominations of tho suiriC candidate by J"e different parties. We demand Z liafties, conventions, Schools and ClulllKrll, Kjr. llnrtlnTil, Kjf. I TV the Twice-a-Vn!xotltW. repeal of the Inw providing for registration certificates Imposed upon tltlon before the war will be able, r the .1 r H1Cd" without protection, to weather such :.,"ne',rWiatan.f attracts the tho State by tho Democratic party for Immoral pollical purposes, where STATT0N & MARTIN frl a LKi. ;,ceit reuple vn culture "and education. 8 Ill COlWeC- Instruments, passing by competition nftcr tho war for It Ib by votes In Kentucky have become negotiable lit vroximitr to State. War and Attomoys at Law iSavv Departments, also to many generally admitted tha.t this compcti- - tlOIl With the Fiartford Repllb. delivery points of hiitorical Interest, CROMWELL, - KY, tlo-will be keener than ever. If the, 'makes this hotel especially at(4) We demand that the public schools of the State shall be taken limn. tractive to a discriminating pubWill practice Uiolr profession in tlila nnd kept entirely out of politics, and that the Interests and welfare of tho clement of labor cost weje not the lic jaud djolulug countitB. Colk-ctlonThe Powhatan offera rooms perS, Olie -VCai" for in all public school matters. We most , important phase of production, d I 150111 children shall have first consideration with detached bath at $1.50, Zr i. n.n...n.. ...ii.. ..am ..... ..... Cuuiiuerclui nnd Criminal Practice a .5..' ,,K,u ui WIUP01.JU JJ.OO and up. Rooms with call for better schools and schoolhouses, far longer school terms in the .u-- ... An cui3bnff subscr p. rrompt ana vigorotii specially. bath, i.i0. $1.00 and up. the great difference In labor cost at fin P, J country nnd better pay for the teachers. bllOllld be addressed to -- 'S "V"rite for booklet with map service- - .Votary In office. home and abroad to the advantage of ' We also favor extending the aid of the State to its institutions for highCLIFFORD M. LEWIS. tvCpUBllCail, Hartford, Ky. the foreign producer, It Is silly to v er education. .Manager. sume inai wo can compete o (5) There should be complete publicity concerning the expenditure A, .. -- jfeu equality With tlin Knninr of money for political campaigns, and a law should be passed for the ac ife- ... 111 " w'HItnf.tllmvltlliimirlll.tr onil counting by candidates nnd campaign managers of all sums of money colV1Vttt -BUms when the present ? lected for political purposes. I" "'J tho United Sirproviding for WKl TRSDr. MARKS only -- f8 NvlU oftcr Sn S6l We demand the enactment of a law big ncutrn cTrrTnl I Tho most economical, cleansing nnd Kteuai.UiM. uriiti lit 'J ortutt ttATArr '"HVKPl. The pressure of bvtairt control of tho penal and charitable Institutions, nnd for the abolition of rmxnr TiiAT PAY. MlTrlf rfU-tliercttiiUT, at our I itniv, anuVlp Amendment providing germicidal of all antiseptics Is Will be greater than be-- j contract labor, and we endorse the Constitutional I tvntl ipalrL l .tdltMrru. t 1 r sktleli for ffftt itpri en itnuH'' lor convict labor on public roads and highways, insofar as the same may- r lllo war began and berore the m0 PASSING irtrr roffmOioAtl I . nirrncneca,ftrtlM. BURikiii.i. vnir began the absence of the new inbe done without injury to free or organized labor. Tn(iUM IVIfTrtS writ W BO- Realizing the Influence 01 gooa roaas on me ccono- (7) dustries which the war brought into SHWn'ntH S'trA'iTt, ..iiCi Oiluca- being proves that they were unable tional, social and religious development of tho State, we nnsninuTUN. E9..C uumrmo ' if is 1,.. inirniixml Viv n R omihllrnn. r u... .i. to survive the foreign onslaught! A soluble Antiseptic Powder t- But it is Interesting to ho'te 'ilhn!t be dissolved In waUl as nee . lUe State by a system guaranteeing to opl(J 'AsanodlclnalnnllBeptlcfor " apmMtnre thte department has come arbuhd to the point, at least, where It dSc3 not In trcaUng catarrh, inllarr of their money, shall be enurBBe(j .', ulceration of nose, thro on..Jt SfO fftVOF fUfiher legislation for; 'thc protection of labor from regard an American indurtty as an JC5X I caused 1 feminine il.a.lttsS.aUaa. tinneceslary bodily Injury, nnd we favor ;ae enactment of a fair and cqulpt- - unnecessary c'vii. Thfe V'arty lr, power I GUARANTEED SERVICE waged its V912 W&pnign in behalf One hundred per cent E- MdlolLrhn rrxommenea 1lnkha, orkuieb.vs compensation law.. Bb)e value. Special work for W. of what, "ftedflfeM tiow "the untS) Ve faVor giving to the Railroad Commission power to regulate in their private rnronn., O. W. "vsi.wm4Wimj nau wisdom, 'the tolly of Shipping vast ,Afc,- The . National Weekly1 ..l.l.t feUbllQ utilities of the Stale. ""J""-Pwves its superiority. W. P. STEVENS, amouh'fs ct the crude materials of a, We faVor the passage of lbws which shall make effective con (10) nave rccn cured say V , R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. our 'fVHus, foresta and mines 3,000 It is m worth its welgMt Jin .row." At etltutional provision against che issuance of free passage to officials. - (is. !.V Representing Continental drurlStfi. fiOc Inrr-- Ivr.- VI kJ U1U1I. i, - - ov www. (11) We oppose double taxation, and will favor a thorough re- tafta across th.e ocean and bringing Tro Paxtou Toilet Co., Bosto-h-, ,Vibss. Marble & Granite CO. It back In a 'manufactured form at Until this ycaT vision of the tax laws, "which will equally distribute the burdens of taxCollur's has becW ation, reduce the ra.Vb and not only retainthe capital now invested, but a greatly enhanced price." At the oldatS5.50. NfcvV election of 191G the American peoInvite the Investment of other capital In the State. We favor the adopthe price It $2.jj ple are going to express their disapandnchaveircbiCir tion by the people of the Constitutional Amendment enlarging tho power proval Oiiio County aconcessionnlitirr . of the attempt through the the General Assembly on the matter of taxation, and when such addiof by vte carl bder . enactment of the Underwood law, lo apCircuit flour! T tional law is passed to make it effectual only when submitted to, and nlrl.V,v,l P at a Mill fu. ,h make that process more profitable. Judge; Den D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. proved by a majority of the people who vote upon the same. We favor reduemm b P. MIdklff. Jailer; E. G. Barrass, nectM v.,i:, coll. , J6y' 'Operated by c-- f euch regulation by law as will consolidate assessment and collection of li$ Clerk; E. E. Blrkhoad, Master Com A Medicine Chest Kor 2Jc. Tt"1 ition. S) taxes, sa that the cost of colllection may be materially reduced. missioner; R. T. Collins. Trustee ' In this chest you have an excel(12) We condemn the enactment by the Democratic party of a large Hotel Company Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, Special Offer iyjOpy Reafjerg Hartford. Deputies S. A. Bratcher; of obnoxious laws, the creation of expensive offices and commis- lent remedy for Toothache, Bruises, number Recosnulng the srei v)err Sprains, Stiff Neck, Backache office deputies .Mrs. S. 0. Keown uii Under N'w Management f Jf the. nev, pCe. we Hsi-- m . sions and the wasteful and extravagant expenditure of money, and we Gllmoro Keown. Court ennvprfen rirt tier it and our.nWn A" A Rheumatism and for most promise, if given power, to repeal all such laws, to abolish superflous offfor the mxe qf CVU', .loniThi,i Sl.rn'if, Monday In Ft?bruary and continues . QUISENBERRY. T emergencies. J One 25c. bottle of ices and reduce the cost of administration to the least possible point conthree weeks; third Monday la April, Sloan's Liniment does It all this Rales two weeks; third Monday In October, with an economical and efficient system of government. sistent .$1.00, $1.23 and .$1.50 per Day Collier's two weeks. (13) Realizing the importance to the State of the prosperity of because these ailments are symtoms, Meals 25 Cents. County CourtJohn B. "Wilson. Cottn S . the one bijr. independent, fearless not diseases, and are caused by confarmers, we heartily approve of their legal efforts to secure better the veexlv rtl the waole country. Not only is it Judge; W. C, renc. citizens handbook hut it n altothe Best in the city for the money. U E. Smith, Blankenship, Clerk; prices for the products of their farms, and pledgo ourselves to assist them gestion and inflamation. If you a Attorney, Hartford. lliucaiine lor the whole family. Among the doubt, ask those who use Sloan's Special la ftlll legal ways. Hunt that a years subscription cites are, attention to the traveling Court convenes first Monday in oach mouth. (14) For economic, as well as humane reasons, we recommend that Liniment, or better still, buy a 25c. public. 1000 Editorials Quarterly, Court Begins on thti 600 N.ws Photos I of Kentucky undertake to supplement and later to continue bottle and prove It. All druggists. 3 the State first Mon.lay in every month. 250 Short Article the work of the United States Public Health Service for the preventiot ISO Short Storie. Court or Calms Convenes first OWENSBORO, KY. 100 Illustrated Features Tuesday; la January .and first Tuesof blindness from trachoma, a communicable and painful disease of the 2 Complcta Novel Child-re-n day la October. eye, from which, the last census report shows that 33,000 persons '" Collier's FOR FLETCHER'S $2.50 ) Other County Offlcers-- C. S. Mox- are suffering in a single section of the State. ourveyor, Ky., R. Hartford Republican (151 Wj call attention to the vast resources of our State as yet K D. No. 2; Tom nines. Assessor, . and invite capital and labor into the State to develop such reOlaton. Ky.; Ozna Shults. Superintendent, Hartford; l)r. A. U. Jllley Doctor's Ofllce and Dwelling for Sale. sources. Coroner. Hartford; T. if. jjt.Ilton; (10). Expressly reserving the right of all Republicans to vote upon Wo have listed ror sale two acres ..uu uiiBiuL'ur, iiarnoru. tho question of woman's suffrage as they see fit we favor the adoption by good ground containing doctor's of JUSTICES' COURTS. I the next Geccral Assembly of a resolution submitting this question to the fice, dwelling, all necessary Ed. Shown. Hartford. TiiPsilm-- ntt. Succeed when evervthlr-- r tc rtt. er 3d Monday In March, Tuesday aftpeople for decision at the election of Xorember, 1917. 2 wells water, 1 cistern In nervous prostration and female er 3d Monday in June, Tuesday aft(17) The Republican pary in Kentucky is responsible and deserves and orchard. Splendid location for weaknesses they are the supreme er 3d Monday Id September, Tuesrenacdy, as thousands have testified. the credit for the county unit law. In 1007 wo declared definitely for physician. None within a radius of day after 3d Monday In December l Easy terms to righ' the local option law with the county as the governing uniO In 1911 we five miles. ,?Datn1e,s amd .J"' Jd Monday nockport. 1.,1.1.... UtCAVL PATTERNS Friday "l " again declared for the county unit law iu accordance with the Constitution. party. Call on, or address in .Mnrr-i- i . 1C -- TJ IS the best mrrrtfiMn after 3d Monday in June,' Friday -t- At.sjw We now declare our continued adherence to the county unit law, BARNETT & SON, Agts., yutu "T city and over a druggist's counter. ad Moaday ln Soi)tember, P CanaJi. or by JwnrntheUmw c'.V.'.nS ' Sand we do hereby endorse the present county unit law of Kentucky, and 34tf if direct. M r. Hartford. Ky. -TTTI'T IMII rill BUI any other male.mailK,.i ;.."" UU a.uuj iniiiLiv In rw. 'u. "" pledge ourselves to Its strict and rigid enforcement, s cauiocue. and we favor the ccmber. aVlcCAII'i S. V, Leach. Cromwell. U'win,in.. . Jlore subscribers i adoption of such amendments thereto as may be necessary to make It efKurin For Sale. . .u lashloo a momS ',. (after 3d Mouday in .March,, Wed- - k. rniest fective beyond question. About CC acres 3 miles East of YOU r uer. au M0nuay in Juno, F'alnsewinp.fjncy'r,",,' sinr. r llllnery, llnesday after 3d Monday in Soj)- - r.i'iSi'Kdob,,e,,liti'-C- I eir l.filrssing, Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell W8d.ne8,,ay after 3d Mou- V"lb.or' TJXKF: i"C vhropottesn. tudav. ... road, l1- - miles from pike. Four quired by the emergency. Our Trude tiuil the War. day in December, ,u' ""'i118 cry- - . Jvo.MDEBmi ln- -t How every phase of American "A review of the chief Industries room cottage in good repair. Everto Z7n.r u .lcnmxof Centertown, Sat-J- b I and new cash..;.. offerf acts caUloeu '.., ' Us'day prise ' rnilum dustry has been benefited by the ministering particularly to tho tempo-worl- d lasting water at residence. Two 3rd Monday jn each Address txr kccul co. rat i . J7tt SU HIW 0M war was outlined In an official rary needs of tho belligerents across Treatment mZ. . barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of etatement recently Issued by the de- - the Atlantic shows that the final out- Srz?r for WEAK af er 2d Monday Be,oct' Tuesday ln March, Tuesday partment of comerce forecasting tho icuine will be a very material addition peaches and apples. All hill land, ' Ma)'. effect of the conflict on the Industrial to the manufacturing plant of the but in very good condition. Posses LUNGS or a,.ter id, Monday in Amnui Tuesday I I7J1 WT flrVrt """ C future of the country. It follows in United States. Part of the plant will sion any time. Terms reasonable, WWT Vup I IINnREm CONSUMPTION Uay after 2d Jlonday in Novomber. """ s. Dean, W. be simply anticipatory of the normal Apply to part: Dundee, BARNETT & SON, If you mention this paper we will send you after the second Monday In "The blow In the face received by growth of the country's mechanical WITH f- Republican Office, March, Wednesday after M Monday a bottle FREE, bv mall a nnirlr American' Industry through condi- - equipment: part must lie Idle In time lll.nf ; ll.ul . J tI? In May. Wednesday after 3d .Monday iiaruora, Ky. (in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, pains In August, Weduesday after 2d Montlons brought about by the European of peace, but Is a distinct asset In the 23tf weak mm .lungs or consumption. day in Novomber. war has acted as a tonic, has forced national preparation for an adequate Ben F. Rice. Fortdsvllln Tim,i.. LOCK BOX 616 Farm, Near WhlteMille, I'or Sale. OHIO MEDICAL CO. the natioh to create' new branches t di fense against the attack; the C01UM8VS, 0. after 2d Monday in March, Thursenlarge the scope of existing mainder furnishes at once products We have listed with us a good 108 PRICE day after 2d Monday in May, Thurs- IFOR fia A U.OO. phases of" manufacture, opened the needed iu tho healthy expansion of acre farm 4 miles South of day after 2d Monday In August, I AND TlUd BoHlt) Fre yw.oi.DS LUNQ TROUBLES. Thursday after 2d Monday in way to utilize, on a vast scale, great the chemical industry of the Whltesvllle, about half of It bottom Ml THROAT AND OVER OS YEARS resources of the United try. land, and forty acres In timber In PCRIENCE .RANTEED SATI8FA0I0KYI bEX wV Jaylor. KaJph. Friday aftM. MONEY REFUNDED. "Less conspicuous and spectacular, cluding 58 gum, besides various other States and induced manufacturers' er B? Monday ln March, Friday after 2d j and merchants to expand their mar- - but of far greater permanent value, Is trees. No buildings. See us for 2d Monday in May, Friday alter 3d m Monday ln August, Friday after 2d Jcets to foreign fields with prospects the Impulse given to the manufacture prices. Monday in November. BARNETT & SON, Agents. bn American soil, with American raw of permanent results, HARTFORD POLICE COURT. s American Ingenuity has been np materials, of a variety of articles for O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell Trade Marks piled with' success to the making of which we havo hitherto been depend- Fogle. City Attorney: J. l sinvo For Indigestion. Designs Brtlclcs previously' imported.' Among ent upon foreign skill and enter-thos- e CovvniaMTB An. Aiarsnai; uouri convenes scconkl J Never take pepsin and preparapnnr.i,nrnNnncrNnE!i.Sdnoll,l Anvooe Niitlng a sketch and description day in each month. who' have shown conspicuous prise. icm- anlrklr ascerulu our opinion free whetherhist ci Aniair vi b.i.in.f ur ekiMrit mia uauJ f rw rert. I tions containing pepsin or other diJ'rv nJl, huw lo vUaia ptecta, trole iiuMJ,! City Council J. C. Hep. Mnvr Invention Is rrohblr Conimunlr" Ability in 'meeting the situation an ' . m "In a more or less uncomfortable gestive ferments for indigestion, as coWrmuu,w., N ALL C0UNTHIC9. I lll x. biMnuB, n. ... . j, .V ivioric; is. patents. it; - BusUtit Jirntv-U- WatkUflom tavo . Important' placo 1s given' to Thomas i way wo have suddenly been brought the more you take the more you will sent Ire. Oldest aiiencr for securingCo. recelvt urer. Members of Council uoan, ratonu taken ibmuch Muim momrjr aitl rjtfm furfatemi, TreasJ. ipteudnottu, without cWkb, In tf nett. Cant. A. D. White. A. PatBftt ind lafrlsgemtnt Practlcs Esclualvtly. A. EdlsonAinertca's science wizard, to recognize the unwisdom, the folly, have to take. What is needed is a C Ben- Wrtt or eoTit tu us kt W. II. Gillespie, W. H. Barn fi. Pate, who has had a great part In tho en-- 1 of shipping vast amounts of the crude tonic like hamberlaln's Tablets that raUat lit rixkUl itrxt, usi OalM lUUsO. OtUa, I Crowe. .es, 'C. M. A fcandaoraelr niastralM veeklf. WASHINGTON. D. add initiative required to material of our farms, forests and will enable the stomach to perform terprise eaUltuii or any arivntiso Journal, I Jireeet rlr. Hartford Board Educaf build, at a moment's notice, some pf mines 3,000 miles across the ocean its functions naturally. Obtainable lr"J J"i' n!UAl. SdUblkli MwMealVrf R. Carson, Ch'm'n.; C. ' icn J. H. ;oeBro.d..,.HewYori - Sec,: B, W. Ford. Treaa iT. Ttnrnptt buyin'e'it back in a manufacture everywhere. ' t)e. new American ,manufactures i y i i' line, J. D. Duke, m w w, Waahitwiuh, O, C,; jt. Col- ' cd form at a vastly enhanced price, Wo have likewise como to recognize WILL FILL A WANT! "'" P" ff , .,.7?! ...," rWrTTTTTTI IMP w sj ''- l,V jlHOTCli mmmiMm n.Buiinii Frofeionai Otto C. Martin at r,wnl Ife'OMHElWlOfllSI Barnes Jr ".- Attorneys at & Smith. I .aTO;;rf I fi::t? n jj '.. ' ' -- ,' .... I pri-va- le Vr 1 T' ! rHUME"n SPECIAL TO WOMEN miflv -- TJ-S- OI Z'nn7ui; buildg. hTS- - JUS I fZMVU n&s Id,a jf ej' ?T tls c.-;- Z -- ' .,. oliifer.'s Colliers in Clubaf First Time J Planters House ; u, JOirectory Planters .'r j,., WtGijt n Cry CASTO Rl A Electric ij. jtj2.50 i" itters .- r& for kidney. liver stowachVhouble WILL I ,..,.., ' -- ! ; J srVmrj siMHsB l"u'""-uow'eeiing,cougn-- REE OIID vv f I aer ;,. rs" o?'ru. . ,,,'"', ony KIJhkTHF.OUCH s l rlif r r . KintY's Nfi' g IsieRnverw re-an- d roucHs coun-natur- al jijjnjm Scientific r f rJim (. Mtrkm. ro-ja- nd i i . i V - , t. CASTOR.'A For Infants and Children. PAST0RI1 WW ii" Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ii:"v aw t ran '.. "W7 (5civ. '.?.7- - A VuinMTVonirntinnCirAS shniiali'nftflicFoodaiulBrfoli lindtk SlointftisandBowtiso Trmmt -- rtrmn CENE Always Bears the Mbf m Iv'P IrBtnmE7Tttimal7ivrtia"tu"- rmmnlpslllLicslioaClicaful" ignature of a Ma .v m JiCMflndtotato"?! V.i'' i . V hfiromk3jam jhftusiti-J5ffi&3 Narcotic. 1 RCi WiT" sag IV 10 !: In ml Eft..,. lj'5 m liol.Sourbtonlach;prW, Worms. i VcTrfp jacSinulTsnatocot Hi Use For Over r rftol' :829"t jy uw Thirty Years mr- Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA S.tarck Pianos W JBaSBBK No Money In Advance Snlinfno (Ion Guar iHSfissssiflr THmjj'' ;.iit cyan' utSSsmWM anteed LoweMlNet Fa o t ory Pr icon P. A. 6TAPICK .flCSIOCNT Terms A Saving of II S lOO to SHOO From Fao (ory Direct Caii est Jpii8BS 1 Jji in your OWN HOME Wo will ship you a beautiful Starclc Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the highest Rrado, sweetest toned and Uncut pluno in every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfuct llber'y to send It back, and we will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. This Starclc Ftano must make good with you, or there Is no sale. We ship direct to yu from our factory, price that you upwards of $150.00 In tlij cost of your plino. We guarantee to fumiali you lietti r piano for the money than you cin secure elrewhere. You are assured of receiving on nave cdcc Tdiai Savi $150.00 r Mm ue it Eai Paymints You piy iiu cash down, but after 30 days of trial, you can begin payment on the low-ei- t, easiest terms ever auigmtcd by a piano manufacturer. These terms arc arranged to autt your convenience, and it Is possible for you to biy a pkini for your home, without minirg th" money. ,. . i a satisfactory tweet toned durable high grada (ilano. 4R.Yi .. aw Cuaraaf We hare constantly on hand ( allrfhuy t pianoa of aH taken In exStarek Pianos The follow, and Player-Pianolag are tew sample bargains i Serge number and second'hand standard makes change for new aiarsn Ercry SUrck Piano U guaranteed for 15 years. Thu guarantee dm back of it cur IS years of piano experience, and the reputation t nn responsible plana house. ud 50 Frw Musi LlSSfflU Weber Steinway Cnlckering Kimball To erery purchaser of 8tarck Pianos, wo gtre free music Iruont, in one of the best known schools In Chicago. Thee iMMns you ran take la your own home, ly mall. This represents one year's free instruction. Starek second-bau- $110.00 92.00 90.00 93.00 195.00 bargain list. """" " SUrck Player-Piano- s an) the het and mrwt hmuti ful Player Piano on Cat nark't. You will be delighted with the many exclusive features of theaa wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which mey can do secured. Plana Send for our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1313 SUrek Bid., CHICAGO " Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano look which gives you a large amount of Information regarding pisnos. This book will Interest and please you. write today. iMkfrM FARE ZalUamVaillK'v $322 iDAILY I m-&Jaa BETWEEN v W: VaV ilDTiTaT jugy !wBUFFALO U!jeurrs mtn;iiiiS'J"ii'iii faw CLEVELAND & Honry and Simmons mines to offer at ventlon. a bargain. A good two 10 foot room Ohio County Singing Convention houso, barn smoke house and good met at Uethei church Aug. 29th, at well of water. One half mlto of 9:30 o'clock a. m Ch'ra'n. E. G. church and school house. Would Ilalrd presiding, opened with song make a flno poultry farm. and prayer. A report frorti leaders For terms call on or address. was callod for and the following BAUNETT & SON, leaders wero present with quolrs: 48t! Hartford, Ky. Iilrd Leo with Rickets and Hickory classes, S. J. Chrlstaln with Salem After Foot Tears of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not staaV and Dundee classes, W. C. Ashley and I gave up in despair. Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave with Deua class, James Uaitlett with At last, my husband got me a bottle of Shlnkle Chapel class, Miss Lldla For Infants and Children Up Lb Despair. Husband Ward with Mt. Herman class, Q, P. Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I comYears Jones with Clear Hun class, II. L. In Use For Over menced taking it From the very first; Came to Rescue. Taylor with Liberty class, J, G. Park Always the dose, I could tell it was helping me. I Mar-vln- s with Concord, Washington and Signature Chapel classes. can now walk two miles without Jtf The chairman appointed the leadCatron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all t;;y work." The Ofllre of JuiIrc ers present as a committeo on profrom this place, Mrs. Bcttle Bullock If you are all run down from womanly gram. The audience was entertainUnder our system of government ed by singing whllo committee was the judges form the very keystone of writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try out. Committee report as follows: the arch of government divided as It years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman'stonic. It has helped First, owing to the largo number is Into three independent but of quolrs present, we recommend that branches over the pillar of this time, I could only sit up far a little more than a million women, in its 50 each clas3 sing two songs in the fore- - t,he executive on the one hand the while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and sliouli noon and two In tho afternoon, ar- legislative On the other, the arch of ranged as follows: (tickets 1st, the Judicial power ties tho whole to- all. At times, 1 would have severe pains surely help you, too? Your druggist fid?" sold Cardui for years. He knows whtl Salem 2nd, Marvlus Chapel Zrd, Mt, gether and crowns the governmental in my left side. Herman 4th, Beda Eth, Clear Run edifice. If the executive exceeds its it will do. Ask him. He will recom The doctor was called in, and his treatCth, Liberty 7th, Dundeo 8th, Con- power the courts correct It. If the ' ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend U. Begin taking Cardui today. cord 9th, Hickory 10th, Washington legislation falls not within the limit Write to: 11th, Shlnkle Chapel 12th. Heine Ladles' the Constitution sets the court an- soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga MeTerm., Co.. Special Chattanooga. for Selection of place for holding next nuls it and its final judgement is that, nothing Intlructumt en your case and book. seemed to do me any good. TreattMat far Weaen," seat in slain wrapper. Horn Ma) convention immediately afternoon. conclusive In either case. It is the O. P. Jones, Ch'm'n. sole arbiter of private individual Bird Lee, Sec'y. right, determines rights of property Beport received. E. C . Balrd and settles all controversies In rewas elected chairman of the conven- gard to either one. It flnallly determines the responsibility for crime tion and O. P. Jones secretary. Program taken up: and passes Judgement on the offendRickets Song 1, Welcome, Song er. With clean hands and pure hearts must one come to offices, like these. 2,Would you have a home? Salem Song 1, So Shall I; Song The e.xhalted office require equal exaltation in the men who wear the 2, Hills of Home. Marvins Chapel Song 1, What robe of Justice and for a thousand Will Your Harvest Be; Song 2, Pen-- ; years in England from whom we in herit that part of our system and al- itents Plea. Song 1, We Shall ways In this country we have made Mt. Herman Stand Beforo Tho King; Song 2, tho security of Government; the well ,u'1 of llfe and action, filled with the 1 NalHsmSPI!r I " 'ire ot "ne inspiration and followed being of society: the security of the 1 There is Much Wo Can Do. i y 2SO short stories of adventure, 1 Beda Song 1, His Eye is Watch-- 1 citizen the especial province of our ing; Loyal Christian Soldiers. (courts and have so invested the Clear Bun Song 1, Jesus Will Judges with the sanctity of their office Guide Me Home; Song 2, A Heaven as as to require that they be always held In high respect and never treatEternal. In older days the Liberty Song 1, There Is rest For ed with contempt. in All; Song 2, Will You Follow Jesus? robes of the judges were bordered Dundee Song 1, Jesus is Calling; as were those of Kings by the fur of Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, the ermine because It was believed Sons 2, How Sweet It Will Be. Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of 1, Wonderful by all that the ermine pursued by Its Concord Song Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best Prince oP Peace; Song 2, Walking in enemies If the way of escape lay minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone through mud or morass would disHis Steps. in trie nome. l nereis no age HIskory Song'l Onward with The dain to save its life and suffer death limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free King; Song 2, Will I Be Missed? rather than stain the purity of Its Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION Song 1 Sailing; Song spotless fur in the mud it must Washington let ua send you Three Current Issues FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year plunge In to escape. The confidence 2, For You and Me. request. not 12. Chapel Song 1, Let Us in the judiciary is the foundation of Shlnkle Thoae who aubscribe now, aending $2 Lord Bacon likened Work While We May; Song 2, Sing- civilization. for the 52 lasuea of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 1915. will receive The Companion the Judges of England to the twelve ing All the While. get in any of the monthly , Home Calendar FREE. magazines. One thirty o'clock p. m.. called to golden lions that upheld the throne order by Chairman Balrd, nomina- of Solomon. Bearing all this In mind SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE tions of places for holding next con- two scenes of recent occurance oft THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH vention was called for. The follow- told and never denied ought now to ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. be considered. ing places were nominated. SCENE 1. Marvins Chapel, Liberty, WashingA barroom in Owensboro filled ton and Salem. Vote as follows: Salem, 14; Wash- with a crowd yelling for a candidate himself ington, 31; Liberty 73; Marvins for Judge. The Judge Chapel, 8G. Marvins Chapel was de- among them smiling :an oppointee clared the place for the next conven- saying in substance. "My place depends on the election of this Judge. tion at this juncture It was suggest$1.31 ed that the committee arrange the "I.et'sall drink to his success." Thb Republican and Louisville Herald program for the afternoon. The Which all did to the cost of $14.85. 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at committeo directed that each class The process again repeated. SCENE 11. sing one song in the house and one Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 The police court next day. Entor The in the grave yard for the beneage, The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k outfrom the cells a youth hardly of fit of the Immense crowd on the Owensboro Inquirer 1.71 side. Brother Miller, of near Jingo if that, with the ineffaceable stain of 3.60 was elected to preside at grave yard. the prison on him. Flushed, dis- The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald At this time Prof. Will Thomas, of hevelled, sore, ashamed, he pleads una JJauy wens Doro inquirer 3.50 Beaver Dam arrlved with a class from guilty to being drunk. Leaving he The i&EPUBLiCaiN Co, .who said I was never drunk before. I The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k Maple Dale, Muhlenburg O'boro Messenger 1.7i whiskey. were given a hearty welcome and a got drunk on Blrkhead ptace on the program. Poor as wo are we would give much The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.7S to say this Is not true, but we canEvening program: The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 Shlnkle Chapel That Beautiful not. Owensboro News. Home. Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.60 oi a'nere ts more uatarrn in wasnington wanting In the Sun- - I the coun,ry than all othermis sectionput The dseases together, and until the last few years ugiii. Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 was supposed to be incurable, ror a The Hickory-dom- . -- Straight into the King- great iiiany years doctors pronounced it a Minuter) of Ohio County Hinging Con HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE CASTORIA 30 z'dUtfk atTsSn W NSb5 OavirtSis I i 1H , rffieYOUTIfS COMPMON Better Than Ever 1915 , OUR CLUBBING RATES. j MN II urtaio Hill 8 M Vat The Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" I .JsW.' Th largeat and most rnatlr atoamer vn any inland water of the world. tions for 1S0O pasengera. "CITY OF ERIE" 3 Magnificent Stearo.r. ULTWliUN Eloeping accommoda- "CITY OF BUFFALO" CLEVELAND i s Leave Leave Clsveland Arrlva Clavdaml II. li.30A.il. Arrive uuuaia (Omlr.l tlf.Miliml Tinwl Connections at Buffalo for Niagara r'alls an! all Kaatcra Bid Canadian points. Railroad tick, good for truncporutien en our awamera. AaC eta reading between Cleveland :vj Oultalo ara yoaf tickU agent for tickets la C A It. Line. aecUonalpuulocluirt. siuwinir both extem-- r and interior 'of lhaGreot I Biotif'illr eoU-BlJp''3EBANOBBi;,'anmrelpt,of flvoemUtowvMpoetagoaadmailing. AuoaaK I 1 pictoHal art! deaerlptlvliookl.t free. foe onr Ddly, May ltt to Dec 1st BUFFALO . g I THE CLEVELANP & UUFALO TRANSIT CO CUreland, Ohio JEL ta T aaa) i ITHOS. E. MOSS;! Plasterer. Decorator and Contractor. Lifetime experience' with best of workmen, andean j; '.'. desired.. me on frriwa .an ""J -- " Tb'" Co., 'phone, or address meCall Hartford, Hartford at Ky.' Mill X t ,4444WW We Know. with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Science has proven Catarrh to be a A Message. constitutional disease, and therefore treatment. Clear Run I'll Bo At The Harbor. ef'ri ft ivli constitutionalmi fa ntitfAil hv Hall's T W afitrii mri Beda Oh The Joy When He Came, j Cheney & Co.', Toledo. Ohio. Is the only Trim Bnn.. nt Trl. LOliau uuunai cure on llie IIIUTKOI. u IS 1t llormm. taken Internally. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. umph. They offer one hundred dollars for any THE Marvins Chnpol Preparing For case It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. 8EWINQ The Meeting. Address : P. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo. O. MAbmUNI Bold by Druggists. 75c, RIcketts Jesus Calls To Vltory. Taka Hall's Family Pills for constipation. OF Maple Dale Will You Gather QUALITY.) I1 arm For Sale. Golden Sheaves? As Prof. Thomas did not arrive 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor until afternoon, it was moved and, road, 1 miles from Broadway and NOT seconded that he be called to sing Z miles from Rockport. Schoolhouse SOLD three songs. on eklgp of farm and church near. Song 2, Sowing and Reaping, Song Three roads pass dwelling houso UNDER ANY 3, The Rock Within the Vale. which Is oa Hartford R. F. D. No. OTHER On motion of D. M. Stewart, a - Most of land perfectly level. Any NAME. unanimous vote of thanks was ex- on; desiring to purchase farm will do tended to the members of Bethel wall to Investigate. Price reasonatime. warranted Church and citizens of the communi- ble. Apply for further Information Ifyou purchase the NEW HOME you wtU ty for the use of their house and to have a life asset at the price you pay, and wlU BARNETT & SON, Agents. not ha ve an end leu chain of repairs. kind treatment. Bethel convention House and lot For Sale. was woll attended, crowd estimated We have for sale a lot containat 1,000 or more, singing was very flno and a good place for old friends ing 94 acre In old Fair ground addition on the pike, with 5 room cotto meet and shake bands. Motion to adjourn to meet at Mar- tage, good barn and all buildings. vins Chapel on the 6th Sunday In Fine well of water. About 60 young to bear. Ostober 1915 carried.' Dismissed fruit trees beginning Would bo. a fine location for some with prayer by T. II. Belmaln. one deslrlug to take advantage of E..C, BAIRD. Ch'm'n. County, High School. Terms reasonG. P. JONES, Sec'y. jlf you wont sewing macblneywrtte fbr, 6 ' able. or latest V&uiogue before you purchase. BARNETT k SON, Tk'Kwf lWssHacae Co., Orangt, IbitC For Sale Cheap. Hartford, Ky. We have a 2 acre lot near Mc- Concord-Liber- ty -- Shall local disease afod prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI V-VER-LAX NEW 1- -2 HOME for all For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. FeeUright nil the time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps yoF when pleasant Lio- - Vtr-La- x on your feet, while relieving y our troub le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It villi won't be long beforo LivVtr-La- x completely displace calomel in ever home. Children can take it freely an, with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed,. 60c and ?1 in bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness and signa-fur-e of L. K. Crigsby, For salo by vfLIaLMS. - Hartford, Kj. "'Mhiri 1- WQualuy j'ti; U Or For iwina In trie luick rood rem HDs- - Aotl t'alu Pllla. McIIHNRY. elsewhere In this Issue he Is made 'light on tho fjnestlons at bar nflw Felice, the llttlo four year old to gay that If tho ring leaders have Tho Herald may douht our Mnccrct laughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. II. Hurbeen punished the prosecutions may In advocating fair elections, lut on lled Sunday evening of dlpthvrla to lw lit th l'oilofllce now be ended. There arc many who cannot point to a single Instruct orlli latorwi I' nd was buried at old Render liury-n- g niMtford. Kj lumnll m(iltf of the .erond have predicted Just such nn end. Tho where we have failed to do so. grounds today. article says: "If tho prosecuting at- any candidate on tho Rcpubllcai The rond working through thlf. openly accused of sccurlnf Proprietor torney U convinced that the leaders ticket Is C. M. HARNETT, Editor & llncc which comenced todny va n i are In the penitentiary, and there his nomination by crooked mcthodr ETClKTCEFrae??nKSWSM 'eat success, and every body enjoyed ' s some doubt as to the others In specific Instances, pointed out, mu communications to dicted voluntarily entering these ho falls to deny lt, or sets up the jiic of the finest dinners hn't could Addreaa all Hartford Republican. midnight mobs and gangs of lavles3 clnlm that he "cannot afford to notice 10 set. The good women 'received imI .any nice compliments. men these men may go free, other It," this paper will remove his name Mr. George Brunton and James NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS he tried and must sut from tho ticket and rcfuso to supwise they will BcbKribrm iliflrlni tho iMTFnt to n nfw ler the consequences of the law." port him. Now what will The HartMartin Jr., went to Louisville Satnr-laIn itmVlns thr AddrtM most k!t the olil mlili-on Its side? Conic , Thcro have been some queer doings ford Herald do rnqumt. T nnnli n9 "XTt f !... 13 V1H1In the mean 4.IID3 ft A lAlllll 111 If UMl .III, Alllll I. a.lfl IJ Bolnww I.iionlo awl Nutlet tec per line nml Sc In connection with theso cases and ncross or be branded. yer Jl.efor cn,-- mMltlnmit lnrrtlnn. Commonwealth's llmo the question still stands foi ng ner sister, airs, jeseo Torrence the conduct of tho ' Oliltnnrlea, llwolil tlotin Htiil CiiM of TU nkn frf" Attorney will be watched with great Judgo Blrkhead, but this one is tc f this place. perlln. rocincj- - In mlvntire. Mr. and Mrs. Eddlo Hess of this In view of all the rumors Tho Herald. Chrfh Notl"" tor orvlT tret, lint other Interest place visited Mrs. Lily Hess of Ren- .V nr line. ndTrrtl'tnu-nt.afloat. . lll receive no STAXliKY OX Till: mitLK. ler Sunday. Aoncxtnoua eoinmnnli-itllonMention Mr. und Mrs. Joe Jnmes arc all According to the account furnishDuring tho course of his speech In ed by William Henry Jones of that Louisville Monday night Mr. Stanley, miles. Out of forty-fiv- e TSSFKOITSS....... S.23 Democratls opening at Glnscow, we the Democratic candidate for Gover- their baby was awarded theentries fine Crun.'baxla.n.i ....... ZO need to subtract about S.00 from at- nor undertook to take a fall out of baby buggy presented by the Ohio Foxzxxara 2vttM.l ouiity fair. In the baby contest. tendance and discount the euthus Hon. E. T. Franks, who In a speed Mr. Nettcr Sanderfur nnd family msm about 100 per cent. He says, at Hopkinsville had exposed the exF1UDAV, OCTOKKU J. jf Morton visited his brother, Mr. and he was there, that the only en- travagance of Bnrksdale Hamlctt thusiasm manifested was when the Ho revived an old exploded story op 'ke Snndcrfur Qf this place Sunday. ' Mr. Alvla Held of III.. Is visit- burgoo was nttaclced, and that here, Mr. Franks, In which he ls represo much enthusiasm was displayed sented us having misquoted Shakes- .tig his brother Mr. Oscar Held, of that the burgoo soon gave out and peare, calling "Banquo," "Broncho." 'his place. Schol Is progressing fine at this that the hungry crowd broke over Mr. Stanley ls quoted in nil the Louistho ropes and ran over tho kettles ville dally papers as having said, In writing. I and tables, while the pick pockets connection with this attempted fun XOTICK TO did tho rest. Besides, the Louisville at Frank's expense "After utilizing papers had published the news that the services of Hon. E. T. Franks, As required by tho law, the taxSenator Beckham, McDermott, my accomplished friend, Mr. Edwin Hnley.and Van Zant were nil Morrow, can well be called the Go- payers must meet the Sheriff at his there and even named the carriage liath of the Republican party, for he lppolnttnents and pay tlit-l-- tux. Alin which each one followed tho "No-blo- " has utilized as an offensive weapon io after this round we arc required to garnishee or levy unpaid poll tax. Stanley In big triumphant pro- the Juwbone of an ass." I or one of my deputies will meet cession. Mr. Jones says, and he was Wonder who told Stanley that It there, that none of the famous Demo- was Goliath who slow his enemies you at the following places Indi-- ! REPUBLICAN TICKET. crats here named were there. Mr. with the Jawbone of an ass? Mr. Mted by the days and dates below. ! Wednesday, Oct. C Magan, morn- For Governor Edwin P. Morrow. Jones is a truthful man and his Franks may be shy on Shakespeare, Ing. Ralph, afternoon. For Lieutenant Governor Lewis statements have not been questioned. but what shall we say of Stanley on 7 Thursday, Oct. Deanfleld. bible history? It is a late day for L. Walker. Tho Hartford Herald, still trying him to undertake the destruction of Horso Branch. Secretary of States James P. For Friday, Oct. S Herbert. Olaton. to drown the charges against Blrk-hca- d the larucls of Samson, even though Lewis. Saturday, Oct. 16 Beaver Dam. and Rlngo, coming from he should do it by turning his own of Public Accounts For Auditor Cool Springs. and elsewhere, by muddy- weapons on him. .Edward A. Weber. Saturday.Oct 23 Prentiss. Rock- Wm. A. ing the waters wants us to interview For State Treasurer port. Mr. C. P. Keown about the RepubliA Costly Loson in Mad Politics. Hunte.. Tuesday, Oct 26 Bell's Run, A country in which each inhabiFor Clerk Court of Appeals Earl can primary. We again suggest if Wednesday, 27 Buford Oct. Mr. Keown, or anyone else has any tant consumes an average of eighty-fiv- e C. Huntsman pounds of sugar a year, ought morning. Bed ay, afternoon. B. Mc- - evidence of bribery or other crime For Attorney General T. Thursday, Oct. 28 Heflln. lt should come betore a granu jury or not to treat the production of that Gregor. Saturday, Oct. 30 Dundee. In- -' ou)o county and that would not exas a matter to be fooled with article For Superintendent of Public Tuesday, Nov. 2 Centcrtown. cuse Democratic candidates. It asks by a party with fantastic theories traction R. P. Green. Thursday, Nov. 4 Matanzas. flt we w,n Give Mr- - Kewn sPace ,n and identified with a deficit that conFor Commissioner of Agriculture, JLabor.and Statistics William C. this paper. We have never refused tinues to pile up. Friday, Nov. B Smallhous, mornJIr Keown space in this paper and One of the most important triSanaa. For It. K. Commissioner C. M. ho ls welcome to it, if he has any- - umphs in agriculture, and In chemis- ing. Ceralvo, afternoon. thing of interest to say to the public. try as applied to the practical needs Saturday, Nov. 6 Cromwell. Barnett. For Circuit Judge R. W. Slack, j Now, win the Hartford Herald klnd- - of the world, is beet sugar. It pays Monday, Nov. 8 Arnold. For Commonwealth's Attorney C. i ly Give its readers the benefit of the German and French farmers to grow Tuesday, Nov. 9 Select. following question in a fairly promi- - the sugar beet, and factories in those II Smith Wednesday, Nov. 11 Narrows. For State Senator Albert Leach. nent position: countries handle the crop at a good Saturday, Nov. 13 Fordsvllle. profit. Did Judge T. F. Blrkhead and For Representative L. L. Embry. willing to work nnd were unnblo Simmons. taxes at all. t Lavega Clements enter a saloon They are both Protective nations. For Circuit Court Clerk Wallace Remember six per cent penalty, lt wns as large as the regular The report of the Kentucky Speor saloons, in Owensboro, on If they had not been they certainly B. BUey. Wednesday night before the Auwould never have succeeded In grow- interest and cost will be added De- cial Tax Commission (December army of the United States. Ther in gust primary, Just after Judge ing the sugar they use. There is an cember 1st. Please don't wait till 1913) cites the fact that in 1912, of ?ood reason for thinking that condiWijl the Hartford Herald please the $123,000 cash on deposits in the tions have Improved vastly since that Increasing appreciation of the health- - last day. Glenn had been badly treated S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff Ohio Co. iurnlsh specific Instances wherein the banks In Kentucky) only 12.S47.SCS, time and that we will enter on tbtf at a speaking and did Judge fulness of sugar, and lt Is a source present editor of this paper ever or, a little over ten per cent, was re- coming winter with more hope and1 Blrkhead or Mr: Clements, his of energy second to meat. American "abused Republicans" or said "ugly confidence. It pays to bo optimisMr. Stanley And The Tux LawK. turned for taxation. per capita consumption of sugar has Master Commissioner for Dathings about them"? It cannot be Mr. Stanley did not state that tic, and tho proper spirit is to go Mr. Stanley, in his opening speech viess County pay for the drinks doubled within thirty years. Condone. gress should not allw the subject to at Glascow, consumed a great deal while the humble home of the small steadily forward In tho belief tbntj for any of these people who had attended said speaking?" Judge le tampered with by mere political of time, and displayed a tremendous taxpayer, the small farm of the man things will eventually right them- We are requested by the Hart amount of Stanleyesque oratory, de- of moderate means, and the trusteed selves. Blrkhead and Mr. Clements to theorists. ford Herald to republish some of our answer, But what are we to think of tho Democrats like Mr. Bryan are for scribing his assault on tho Steel estates of widows and orphans nre editorials of three years ago, when They have al- Trust Hon in Its very den, nnd told assessed to tho limit and made to parly and the politics which werein as much as the Herald Is kind absolute Free-Trad- e. Taft and Rosevelt were candidates enough to help us hunt up and so- -, so been for dollars very different his amazed and wondering audience bear every possible cent of taxes, the mainly responsible for bringing for President. We will agree to do licit a correspondent, we will be from the gold" dollars we are now how ho felt that animal's bleeding stocks and bonds and cash of tho ex- about this distressing stnte of afthis provided The Herald will repub- equally, as kind in helping it with gathering in from all continents and and mangled carcass from one end tremely rich in a very great degree fairs. It was but nnturnl that tho lish, at the same time, some of its copy by offering the above, and we handing each other in all transac of Pennsylvania avenue to another, cscapo taxation altogether. building trades should bo dull durstrong editorials written then against know it ennnot refuse so modest a tions. Beet sugar is plainly a pro- to say nothing of what was bespat Mr. Stanley docs not seem to have ing tho winter months, but aside the third term. request. duct that must be intelligently en- tered over tho surrounding lnndscape tho time now to tell the people what from this the Impartial figures of couraged here, as it has been in Ger- but it is not recorded that hr at the he thinks of this and what ho be- tho director show that the greatest We almost had another eruption of j Did you ever frighten an old moth- many time told his hearers how much high- lieves ought to bo done to induce the percentage of unemployment was and France. the Woodson-Haldema- n volcano one er quail with textile Industries. The workers her young? You If the $GO,000,000 a year from su- er the Steel Trust stock was selling millions of dollars of untaxed personclay last week. The crater, which al property to come from Its hiding In tho mill districts were the lrst to know what frantic efforts she makes gar duties Is to be looped off next after tho killing than before. has been quiet for several weeks, to lead you away after her, to pro- May, as The nearned manner In which Mr. place and help bear tho burdens of feci the disastrous effects of tho the Democratic party has arsince the lava emitted which spelled tect her brood. For a complete ranged, the country will have a cost- Stanley discusses largo problems of government and to reduce the weight Democratic Tariff, and they will bo something about "going tho limit," importance naturally of taxation which now rests upon the the last to recover. This In spite of counterpart, read the Hartford Her- ly lesson In bad politics. Trenton nationwide gave out dense clouds of smoke but tho hilly promises of the Democratic lends one to assume that whllo run- small properly owner. ald from week to week, sluco the (N.J.) State Gazette. soon quieted down acain. All nor-- ! grave ning for- - Governor of Kentucky ho It Is not the Owners of stock, bonds orators that these men would bo betcharges were published about sons are warned to keep a safe diswould deem it proper to devote some etc., aro unwilling to pay taxes on ter off under u low than n Protective tho Judicial district primary. When The Best Possible Polities. tance howover, as the worst is yet to Judge Cregory has charged not attention to questions which deeply this typo of property, but no law has Tariff. Mr. Rlngo was charged by his opponcome. Tho war orders have offset tho ent, Mr. Tanner, with having gotten only the existence, but the active concern tho people of the Common- over been found which wluld Induce men to list property for taxation at general depression and the stoppage-ohis nomination through fraud and prosecution of a conspiracy against wealth in particular. The offort to make lt appear that Imports has mln'lhiized tho effects-o- f For his confiscatory rates and until Kentucky the Circuit Judge and Comonwealth's corruption, and escaped an investiga- the ballot In the primary election of Glascowexample, Inone searches speech tho Underwood hill, but we have-ha-d vain for a discus follows tho lead of other States and tion by taking advantage of a techni- August 7,. It conies to the Tlw Attorney in this district have "killed a sufficiently Impressive object of the fearful fuioug the sion of the tax laws and any expret-- 1 adpots a wiser tax system, millions a bear," In the possum hunter cases, cality, The Herald said you cannot that afford to notice it. When Judge Democratic candidates nominated at slon of what the people might expect of dollars Invested In personal pro lesson to last for many years to come.V is as "A Democrat" says enough to Philadelphia Inquirer. Worse believe that n fhoruch- - in the way of executive action with perty will escapo taxation. make a cow laugh. So far only the Blrkhead was charged with entering the primary..., . ..i. ....... "II a bar room in Owensboro, where the li illh ,51 t'll.UUUIl ULr .lilU Vll.iI,V ...Ill reference thereto In case he Is elect still, outside capital will not come to poor devils have been punished. The the State to help develop her reexNotice Stock Law KlecUou. lii Ji.jury to the party's chanres ed Governor. men with property and influence drinks were served, either at his Mr. Stanley admits that the fail- sources and tho commercial prestlgo pense or the expense of Mr. Clem- of success at the November election. Commonweath of Kentucky, have not been tried, and It 13 intimature of tho attempt to secure an to which the Commonwealth Is Justly Court regular term Septcm- - s ed they will never be tried. Is ents, his Daviess County Master Com- The Times does not so hold. her Cth, 1915. missioner, to men who had Just misTho charge Is made by a Demo- amendment to the Constitution which entitled will bo retarded. there an atempt to make these prosreMr. Stanley says the Democrats Hon. Jno. H. Wilson, J. O. C. C ecutions serve political ends? Well as treated Judge Glenn at a speaking, cratic Judge. It has to do with wrongs would enable the Legislature to Tho Herald answering for him, says committed by men who, whatever vise the tax laws to the fullest extent have made 'an honest and sincere ef- Presiding. we "proceed along" we shall "seo fort to correct evils" complained of, B. E. Crabb, et al. ho ls too honorable to notice such a their professed party affiliation, are was due to the neglect of a Demowhat we shall see." but he Is silent but he seems to run counter to his charge and, besides the editor of this neither Democratc nor Republicans, cratic State official, vs. The Hartford Herald says that tills paper once refused to support his but the comon enemies of all forms with respect to what In his Judgment friend and party roan, the present Judgment Orders &c. Stock Law Election Arnold Pr-clpaper some years ago, refused to pub- ticket. Well that can't bo said of of government, save that Invisible would bo the wise course to pursue, Lieutenant Governor (Mr. McDer- No. 32. lish a communication from one of theHerald editor. Not since John government which looks to the pow In this important department of State mott), who said in his speech at Par is last August: In pursuanco with the Judgement the best Republicans in the county. P. Barnett so ably and conscientious- er and enrichment of the few at the government. "The State employed a tax expert and orders entered of record, in Mr. Stanley did say thut "the real Well didn't The Herald refuse to pub- ly edited that paper has such a thing cost of the many. styled action, notlco Is hereby The Democratic party can offer no and personal property of Kentucky from California, which with tho State lish a communication from a good happened. Under Its present manIemocrat Just before the late pri- agement we doubt if any nomination better proof that It is fit to be in- Is valued at $846,454,020," and that Tax Commission, prepared a careful given that a poll will bo opened In mary? Didn't you turn down a let- coutd be made, no matter whom nor trusted with the administration of "lt pays a tax of $5 per thousands, report. It required all the strength I AVnold Voting Precinct on Tuesday, could bring to bear In the Senate to Nov. 2nd, 1915, to take the sense of ter from Dr. E. W. Ford and is he how, which could draw any drltlclsm the city and. county's courts of Jus- with no bonded Indebtedness. The reason that the state has no get the tax retorm bin to a vote and the legally qualified voters on the a good Democrat? Now, this is from it, much less cause It to bolt. tice and the management of Louisnot not ancient history and not barred If we were disposed to say anything ville's fiscal affairs than by ridding bonded indebtedness ls that Instead then It was defeated." Lexington question: "Whether or not they are , in favor of making It unlawful to by limitation either. Answer, Mr. unkind we would class that kind of the community of the operators and of bonds there ls a tremendous Leader. permit cattle or anv snncte thereof --Herald. You are a fine set of fel- a partisan In the 'yellow dog" va- creatures of a system which would amount of State warrants outstand An Army of the Unemplojed. to run at lareo nn M. Pnt.iifl Hiirh- low to talk about anybody refusing riety. .At least he clussifilesv himself. take from the people of Louisville ing in the hands of money lenders Accordlng to Director Cooke, of the wavs or nnin.in.i i,i Now lets not run away after the old their right of self government. The and which are bearing interest at m.i to publish anything. bird (The Hartford Herald) but seo candidate who today is opposed to ln-- ( a higher rate than bonds could be Department of Public Works, a cen-- 1 Arnold Precinct, as prayed for In tho If Judgo Blrkhead is corectly re- what klnq" of brood nhe,ts,mo,therlng. vestlgatlon of the system may to sold for. bub of the unemployed wh(clt was petition herein filed. ported In the Owensboro Inquirer, Wo didn't bring these charges,, and morrow And himself Its victim Mr. Stanley did not say, however, taken In the spring of the year dem-- 1 Given under my hand as Clerk of so more possum hunter trials may .they are not against tho Jlerald edi Thn hpst nosslble nolltlcs for the that of the great amount of personal onstrated .that at that time 79,000 Ohio County Court, this Cth day of take place in Ohio county, at least tors. A reproduction of editorials in Democratic party Is to do its part In property represented in stocks, bonds, wage earners In Philadelphia were September, A. D. 191D. ,. ..-tint pYnoArilnp c. out of employment. n for the present. In an Interview-- this, paper, three yeaja ago nlght be rcBiuriug A ucc t.ailA artA a 'foi,. flivnimfft. J rflftli This means I wuu ixivruoiim tT 77 perhaps ten per bent, of lfpayg'Uny that the number'ot 'men who were 12H jmbliflhed in that paper and printed edifying, but they would throw no count. Louisville Times. ClerV Quio.Countjr Jirurt. te.tjL. Jiartford Republican. it 1 MILLINERY! Itt y. 1 1- Your New Hat is a very portant part of your New Fall outfit. h ' . THE ASSORTMENT J we show of the newest and best in Millinery makes it easy for you to make a satisfactory selection. ' YOU SHOULDN'T think of buying your Hat until you have looked over our showings. r OUR PRICE RANGE jf is sufficient for you to get a Hat at the price you want to pay. It will be a great pleas ure to have an opportunity to show you. Ro-sln- e. LP. BARNES &BR0. Beaver Dam, Ky. to-ge- ' - In-th- f -- - r-- e'i Ohio-Count- nct tho-abov- e i.i vut CT et. worn m t RE AD Y-t- o- WEAR garments readymade? If you do, you of course want .1 r me newest in materials as well as style. DEPARTMENT Do you buy your $4 Jf. We have made an extra effort this fall to get theverygoods xrr?t jv ,,..-- . w.u XA7rt A7l11 Sp POM) Kl'X. Sept. 28, Brother McClenn, of Grccnvlllo preached at Pond Ruii church Saturday night. Mr. Glen Ashby, wife and Ron, of I.ono Stnr visited Mrs. Liza Robin-Ro- n Sunday night. Miss Kdllh Ashhy of I.ono Star Is visiting Miss Simla Robinson this week. Mrs. Minnie Lewis of Muhlenburg - returned homo Friday from a visit to relatives In Ohio county. W. H. vta; relatives Tomcrlln and family In Cleaton. Tlioro wns n Inrga crowd at the bIiil'Iikt t tlonowell Sinuliiv. Dinner ground wm - ,l0,,yserveil on thenne timo.ond everyrel,ortcd a Thero was a lnrgo crowd at the Ico crenin supper nt Pink Hall School Iiouro Saturday night. visited her Mrn. Liza Ilohlnson daughter, Mrs. .Tim UurbcII from until Sunday. , Wednesday Mr. Logan Hrown and wife and iMr. riinrlln Klmlilnv and wife, of i equality visited Mrs. Brown's sister, Irs. S. C. Hunter Saturday night. , as ho Is an expert Inhnt line, having practiced on tho Terro Haute gang who are now In tho penitentiary but If ho does not havo nny better success hero than ho did there, he wiH not be able to prevent some pco-pl- o from changing their places of residence. Those people In Terrc Haute thought that they wcro Immune because they had tho Court with them but the Court and nil aro now In the Leavenworth penitentiary, where McChesney snld they wero long past due. Kentucky Is one of tho greatest States In the Union, and Owensboro Is ono of tho best cities In the State, teeming full of churches and Christian people who practlco what they preach, nnd wo do not believe thnt they will endorse the Saturday primary ami the way It was conducted. Owensboro News. DEPARTMENT j JkuM ' I us ror Prices from Coat Suits Tti Nw Pn,l Princtit MeCall Pattern JJo. (779. one ol th mny new dttigni lot October. $10 to $25 Ready-Ma- de Waists $1.00 to $5.00. Fine Tailored Skirts $3.00 to $7.50. Fancy Coats, $5.00 to $12.50. New Millinery received every week. See our styles, t Talk Is Cheap When you use tho Farmers' Mutual Telephone service but It does take a llttlo money to pay expenses, more poles and wires nlong new pike and otherwlso Improve the service. So tho Board of Directors have decided to discontinue service on October 1st to all who owe as much as two months rent, and then take necessary steps to collect up. Wo have 140 'phones and reach about 1,000 others in tho county. Our finances arc In good shape and wo want to keep them sa Don't neglect; don't forget; Oct. l) 1915. E. W. FORD, Pres. S. L. KING, Sec'y. & Treas. O. R. TINSLEY, EZRA BAIRD, HENRY riRTLE. , Directors. " ; For Sale. yearling registered Poland China Bonr, Just right for breeding purposes', and fine as silk. First check for .020.00 gets him. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money W. S. DEAN, back. Dundee, Ky. It Ono I LET US I SHOW YOU 8 NEW FALL OUTFITS HUii l UU1 1 1 $ rn-otjr- . f What get our prices, and remember-tha- it PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. JkGo, FRIDAY, OCTOHKR 1. I ( Hartford Republican. & ST. L. R. R. TIMK TABLE No. 113 due at Ellmitch 8:32 p. ni No. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:30 a. in 3:40 p. m No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch 5:35 p. m Ar. Irvlngton Lv. Irvlngton . . 5:5G p. m Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p. m 8:35 a. m No. 111 Lv. Loulsvlllu Ar. Irvlncton ..10:0G a. m 10:40 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmitch Quite a number from here attended the funeral of Miss Edna Elllotte at Little Bend Monday. L., II. Farmers, bring your wheat to the Ellis Milling Co's mill and get some of the best Flour made. W. E. Ellis & nro, have three Farmer's Favorlto Wheat Drills that .. 8t4 they will sell for $30 each .. Mrs. C. E. Rogers of Elkton arrived Tuesday to bo the guest of her parents, Capt. and Mrs. Cox. .. Air. .T.. H. f!ntn., of HoDklllSVlllO ... . .. arrived Tuesday to bo the guest of Mr. J. R. Fhlpps and family, W. E. Ellis & Bro. havo three M., II. & E. K. R. TIMK TAULK. ply of Clover Seed and other field South Bound, No. 115 seeds to sell at reasonable prices. 8:45 a. K Due at Hartford I have 40 acres of good pasture for North Hound, No. 114 C:15 p m. rent. Just across the river on the Due at Hartford R. B. MARTIN. Owcnsboro pike. (Both "Mixed Trains.) -- For American wire Fence, call U. 8. Carson. For Bran" n'nd Shlpstuff seo W. E. 8t4 Ellis & Bro., Hartford Ky. Mr. It. E. Leo Slmmcrnian was In NaBhvlllo first of the week. Ellis Milling Co. guarantee every sack of their Blue Ribbon Flour. For big bargains In Real Estato see Holbrook & Parks. Hurtford, Ky. Try a sack of Blue Ribbon, best patent Flour, made by the Ellis 8t Milling Co. Miss Molllo Duncan arrived Tuesday to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Brown. The Ellis MllllnsCo., Hartford, Ky., wholesale as well as retail 8t4 their products. ArthuTYofkTHartford R. no. Mr. 1 was a caller at our office while here Tuesday. ugeTFlour made by the You Ellis Milling Co. from most any gro8 cer In Hartford. G.""Barrass entertained the Mr. E. Social Club at her home on Union , last week. , street Miss Jennie Evans of 8"acramento arrived Tuesday to be the guest of Mrs. Jennie Miller. ., Messrs. E.G. Rarrass and M. L. Heavrln have returned from a business trip to St. Louis. All members of Hartford Lodge No. 675 F & A. M. are especially requested to be present at the meeting o the lodge on, next Monday night, t. Oct '4t A committee has arranged to have r$frotom1eutB tq be serted. ' HEAR K. 1'. MORROW AT, THE on COURT HOUSE, HARTFORD MON10tf DAY, OCT. 11TH, ONE O'CLOCK I SI. For tno well known Fertilizer call or phono der. Prices right. Stf Dapbreak In your or- ACTON BROS. K. 1. MORROW," REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR GOVERNOR WILL HPEAK AT HARTFORD SIONDAY OCT. 11, AT I O'CLOCK 1. SI. Tho DuP'ont Highway road working plan, under the management of tho Ohio County Good Roads Association was carried out to perfection Monday. The response upon the part of the citizens was splendid and a lot of work was accomplished. Wo regret that we are unable to gtvo more space to an account of the work In this Issue. In the" recent "examination for teacherB certificates held at Hartford on September 17 and 18, out of nineteen apllcants nine were granted first-clacertificates, four second-claand six failed. Those receiving first class were: Alice Keown, F, L. Sanderfur, 90 92 Walter MyRonda Wade, 88 Floyd SmIUi. 86 ers, 87 Immogene Jesse Raley, 85 M. A. Embry., Plummer, 86 Dona Hennlng, 85 85 ss ss 1; 3-- p; 1; 1; 10-1- 1; 1; 1; 1. We Al Go Together. We all go up and down together. You cannot do 'injustice, to tho railroads without hurting the roan with the wheelbarrow, You cannot, smite the employer without hurting the cm w ploye, and depresslbn.ot busfae&s the remedy. reaches. throuffh Its arteries to ,Ub' entire. ebdyLeilVs. un-Im- The Democratic Primary. We have been Informed by men who have watched promarles and general elections for years and It Is tho universal opinion that last Saturday's Democratic primary was the most corrupt of anything that has'been pulled off in the city of and Daviess county. Money was spent as if-- It grew upon trees, and whiskey was used as If the Ohio River was flowing from bank to bank goods. It was plain with to be seen what was coming from tho crowd at the judicial speaking on Friday night, which ought to have g been humiliating to men who want to conduct primaries in such a way as to draw men to the party Instead of driving them away in disgust. The sad part of it was that a candidate for the Judiciary should allow followers who, havhis rough-necke- d ing been filled with mean 'whiskey, take charge of tho Court House supposed to "bo a temple of Justice and "hollo" and scream llko Comanche Indians until the visiting candidate could not proceed. It would have been bad enough If the candidate had been running for the position of referee in a prize fight, but when the sitting Judge, who Is a canpermits a thing didate for of that kind to go on and never raises his voice in protest, it Is a humiliating sight for the gods. But what more could you expect when It Is said by the friends of the successful candidate for Judge that ho spent two years' salary, which Is $S,400, In order to get an endorsement from his constituency, to say nothing of what his friends spent for him, nnd it appears unreasonable to us that his friends should claim n great victory when his majority of about 1,200 In round numbers in the district have-- cost him and his friends at least ten dollars each. Tanner's race was taken away from him with money and whiskey, so his friends claim. Men who were strong for htm and Judge Glenn two or three weeks ago have for tho last ten days been riding fn automobiles and working like beavers for Judge Blrkhead and Mr. Rlngo. Wo wonder If the matter will bo brought before the Daviess County Grand Jury by either Judge Blrkhead or Mr, Rlntaking go! Can Judge Blrkhead, the oath that he does', or Mr. Rlngo, let things so flagrant go by without If they a Grand Jury Investigation. do, those people who pay taxes to make up their salaries should look The News elsewhere for protection. will wait and see what Is going to be done, but it Judge Blrkhead or Mr. Rlngo want any proof, the News will gladly furnish a list of witnesses, and, In addition, a representative of the News will willingly assist without charge In prosecuting those guilty of spending, money and whiskey to corrupt the ballot. We want to warn those In authority now that It anything like Saturday's primary Is attempted in the general election in November that thero will be somethjng doing. No doubt the Democratic noinlnee for Governor will be willing to defend those, guilty of corrupting the ballot, ro 100-proof sober-thinkin- McDermott Snld About It. Either the gentleman who arc running the politics in the Democratic party In Kentucky have short memories or they presume heavily upon the Ignorance and the Indifference of tho people. Section 2 of the platform adopted by the convention at Louisville said: ""The Democratic State platform of 1911 made covenants with the people and our State Legislatures have kept these promises. Wo contrast this record of party performance with the utter failure of the Republican administration during the four years from 1907 to 1911 to carry Into effect the platform promises of the Republican party." Here again of course, the' platform specify exact to falls the nature of the "covenants" made by the party with the people "and kept by the Legislature," but we can get some light on the situation by referring to statements made by Lieutenant Governor McDermott. Governor McDermott presided over the last two sessions of the Kentucky Senate and naturally Is well acquainted with the record made by the Legislature of Kentucky. On the first of June Governor McDermott spoke in Paris Kentucky, in the interest of his candidacy for Governor. During the course of his remarks ho said: "The schools must be improved, the roads must be built and the State Is already two millions and a half In debt with much of the debt bearing five per cent. Interest. In Loulsvlllo there have been two thousand homes sold over the heads of our poor mechanics and widows for taxes. The State employed a tax expert from California, which with the State tax commission prepared a careful report, it reuired all the strength I could bring to bear in the Senate to get the tax reform bill to a vote and It was defeated. "We have no budget system. Members of the Legislature bring in bills running up to the millions for ail kinds of causes, without any thought as to where the money is to come from. "A bill was passed In the last session which almost created a panic when the insurance companies withdrew from tho State rather than obey lt.Tho result was that the Stato officers, who were sworn and made solemn oath to uphold the law, made a gentleman's agreement with the Insurance companies to Ignore tho law until the next session of the Legisla- Goicrnor OUR GARMENT DEPARTMENT s RIGHT Kate? the chief place of interest town, it contains the n ewe 5 t decrees of madam fashion. come in have to show you. they will you. our priced will sati-sfy POCKET and' see the garments pleajs yauel Book. STYLE AND MATER. TAT. "BE RIGHT BEFORE WE PUT GARMENTS INTO OUR STORE BUT THEY MU-S"FIT" YOlT BEFORE WE LET THEM GO OUT. NOT ONLY MU.ST CARSON Let The Truth Bo Told. Hartford, Ky., September 301 1915. Editor Republican: For weeks we have noticed, from, time to time, articles appearing in the various papers in the State, many of which have been copied by the Hartford Herald, In which Judge Blrkhead and Comonwealth's AttorI INCORPORATED, a CO. . Hartford, Kentucky in criticism of Judge- - BfrfclteeiL' Mr: Rlngo,, but. a protest xcdhft sounding their praises over Ifce State in the effort to crown- - tfiea? idefe laurels for something- - for vrliicli kesy havo no title to credit at alC 'SSmm prosecutions In the Circuit "Curat were handed to ComonwearUifci9.Dcar-ne- y Rlngo on a silver wa i ten, t&rfmtjh the labors of C. E. Smith, cotzaXs attorney of Ohio county. TJhe tras should be told and he should. && .giv en credit for that which1 is dftws there Is what looks lU;e am organized effort to take Trues, Hiia credit which Is due, him In jflacB where It might make hinj mere 3af-ul- ar, and In some sections to Eeemit-l- y lay upon him all respocsHiXUtg among those whose venom aud nfypn-siti- on can be thus aroused. Let the truth be told. ture." Either the Democratic platform is Incorrect and the Legislature did not keep Its "covenants with the people," or Lieutenant Governor McDermott, who presided over the upper branch of the General Assembly, did .not know what he was talking about when ho made this sweeping indictment of tho legislative controlled by his party. machinery Distribution of $50,00 To Stemming District Members. Henderson, Ky Sept. 24. Tobacof Henderson, Union, Webster, Hopkins and Crittenden counties, members of the Stemming district 'association, are elated over the fact that the association officers are negotiating for a sale of the remainder of the 1912 pooled crop, and it Is stated upon reliable authority thnt the sale will be consummated within a few days. It over will mean a distribution of $50,000 to holders of warehouse receipts. The executive committee o( tho in association has been in session this city all day behind closed doors. Nothing regarding the sale will be given out until Friday. Of the amount tojbe distributed more than $20,000 wllj be paid to growers' In Henderson ' ' county. i co growers ney Rlngo have been lauded in an extravagant manner for having 'bravely' brought to book numerous possum hunters in Ohio County. In fact, many papers are quoted as suggesting that Messrs. Blrkhead and Rlngo should be sent to Georgia to ferret out and punish those guilty of the murder of Leo Frank. Still others have suggested that these vigorous prosecutors and defenders of the law might be sent to other parts of the State, where lawlessness has been rampant. A Democrat. To those who have been on the ground and are thoroughly acquaintDissolution Notice. ed with the facts, all this has been Notice is hereby given that it 5s sickening and disgusting. It is a the Intention of the rattfcrn 3fa-tu- al fact beyond dispute, and It will not Telephone Co, (Inc.) ttr d&BDfce be disputed, that tho sum total of Rlngo's great its corporation at once. AIZ cti&ms. Messrs. Blrkhead and work In bringing to Justice possum should bo presented to the mdec-sign- ed officers for consideration. hunters In Ohio county has been to RUFUS DOWELL, Pre. open Court, call a special session of WALTER WALKER. Sec. G Tress tho grand Jury and try two cases. UH Even In the opening of the special Sept. 15, 1915. term, in his Instructions to the grand Why Times Are Hani;. Jury, the good Judge at least three Champ Clark, speaker of Ccsscsskl. times pointed out to the Jury, and lncldcntly to the crowded court room stated during an Interview gfrtst tec the fact that the "good County At- Cincinnati during August that TCmkc torney' requested that a special grand are not hard' and have net breiimriL"" Jury be convened during the special Perhaps the speaker of til a Kcaue term of court which he had called. does not have occasion to come- rdB It is well known here at Hartford ciently close in contact with tkeftaftR and to many people In Ohio county to know that the above stucesses&ite that but for the effort and strenous absolutely wrongful. During 1919 ttfcc labors,of the County Attorney Mr. free employment agencies or Ite C. E. Smith, for months, before the State of Ohio furnished empTojamrt; sitting of the graud Jury at which to 62,000 men and women, btUae.tu.ju the first Indictments were brought, than Ave times as many persoss apno Indictments and no prosecutions plied for employment than were supcould ever have been had against plied with work. That mean UhA: Ohio county possum hunters. In 310,000 citizens of Ohio were oat oT passing we might say that In this work and were compelled to xmAf work Mr. Smith had the sympathy to the state to connect them. wiMa a and support' of Counfy Judge, J. B. Job. The list includes 93,060 3wr-so- ns who never before were cttavfujlt-- . Wilson and that in all the work of apprehending the defendants, the ed to apply to a free emptojnhiac High Sheriff, Mr. Keown'and his de- agency. It Is safe to assert that memj puties have rendered services beyond people were out of empIoyruea& te ! the State of criticism from any source. The truth is that the special ses- ever before In the history sion or Court did not do all It might state. The situation Is largely-- cawhave done, 'in the hands of Mr. Rlngo, ed by the demagogue, tae.argitailpr to try these cases with which the and the theorist. From savb smue docket Is now crowded, with many ces comes 99 per cent of the-- baHhm of the 'defendants languishing In Jail, and sorrow suffered by people wife without' regutttf find themselves unable to give bond, ' ', This statement is not' necessarily 1 meiBti,ol' employment. - jmitwui "OIHco scarco ns wild turkeys. Oo to tho , will probably bo necessary to croato stock pens and sco calves thoro to bo Rotnters." On tho 17th day of January of this shipped that In two years would another credit fund of equal nlzo This is how the moneyed men of year, Mr. Stanley announced his can- - in nko milk cows worth from40 up d with but llttlo feed. IS UNPARALELLEO tlio United States nro planning to '' dldacy for the Governorship of Moro thnn that against the financial cataclysm tucky and which announcement was will bo worso than wasted, for It threatened by war expenditures In telegraphed by Arthur I). Krock to tho calvos could grazo thoflchls tho Kuropo amounting to a hundred the Courier-Journand published in Indigestible part of the vegetation Why I'xpprlmeni? WLcr your houso 6r barn burnii down you Democratic Congress Fails million dollars a day. Being now that paper on tho ISth, and among would belcft on tho ground to fertiought to feel sure that yout loss Will bo paid. Why not insuro practically the only solvent nation on other things said by Mr. Stanley was lize It but as It Is the ntlng is perwith an old .'stnbllshed company that has been doing To Make Appropriations. earth, the United States seems about the following which seems enough, mitted to mature, dry p and evnp-orat- o business In this country for many years and has never had to bo Europe and created nt the time, by Its very to undertake tho financing of In tho nlr nnd n Mier ground sued in order to collect tho less? Prompt nnd courteous with nil of its to an extent never before known in courage and audacity, a furoro in nor calf get any part of vt. customers. Insure with the Continental and you aro assured of a our country. The billions of Idle the ranks of tho ofllco holding oliEven to hold our land to Action Delayed Causes Loss Ten money In American banks, Idle chief- garchy at Frankfort and caused many is, it is absolutely necessary what ro-It "square deal" In case of fire, to Why Insure with nn Owensboro man when you have a man ly because Industrial expansion nnd to doubt Mr. Stanley's political wis- tate tho crop nnd also let n great deal hero To Fifteen Per Cent of nt home who can and will give you Just as good, if not practically all other form of produc- dom, tho all accorded to him a cour- of tho crop be eaten in the field. Tho better? Practice the old Idea "Let the homo man have your business." tive enterprises have been checked age rarely found in a politician. wheat field produces two crops per Amount. I will appreciate It and spend the money that you pay mo through the effects of a Free-Trad- e "Mr. Stanley's Position Before the year first wheat, then weeds nnd hero at home, Tariff, are to bo drawn out to help grass nnd it is as much tax on tho August Primary." I nm prepared to write fire Insurance on any and all "Ono of the vltnl Issues which the soil to produce the ono crop as the Gov- tho countries that are engaged in kinds of "Washington, Sept. 20. Vast farm proporty on tho fivo year Installment, threo year cash, or ono operations Involving tho butchering each other. Of course, Democracy of the State will ho called other. If the stock could eat the secernmental year cash plan. I have tho ngency for tho Continental Insuranco expenditure of more than one hun- American bankers arc going to get upon to indorse or 'repudiate is the ond crop you would get nil the food Company. million dollars were practically substantial profits out of the deal. principle of endless rotation in olllce. part In stock while tho Indigestible dred When In need of Insurance call mo or drop mo a card nnd I will I am convinced that tho question of part would bo left as fertilizer, but Otherwise there would be no deal. paralyzed for over a month last year be "on the job" immediately. Sincerely yours, But what aro American labor and whether or not a sluglo coterie of as It Is It only feeds tho air. But of the Democratic Conby failure Industry going to get out of it in the officeholders shall perpetuate them Sap says, rest your ground occasiongress to properly enact necesary OTTO C. MARTIN. long run? Are the bankers who sup- selves in power by rotating in differ- ally but I told him there was no rest ply a billion dollars of American ent ofllces, will be settled In August for it. You can lot It cxhumo Itself was paramount to a The "tie-up- " strike with hundreds of thousands of money for the relief of European ' us overwhelmingly as the people producing weeds. The best you can men idle, according to government countries giving any thought to this adopted that provision In the present do Is to cultlvnto It In corn each year which renders and then cut It off In tho fall; but officials charged with expenditure of domestic feature of the case? Are State Constitution the funds controlled by the legisla- they planning also to como to the every State official Ineligible as his oven Sap could seo what would reHfci linffll tion. The amount was contained in help of the American workmen and own successor. That clause In the sult by cultivating each year and what Is properly termed the "sun- American mils and factories against organic law was thus heartily Indors- then removo tho crop. Sap then dry civil" bill. In order to carry out the time of need that will surely ed by the people of Kentucky because said (Sap is pretty sharp) we could the plans on which it was based, tho come when all Europe will be dump- they believed It would end ring rule In turn under tho weeds, but I asked, bill had to be passed by June 30. It ing Its immense surplus of Industrial tho Stato House, nut there is better "what would be," not what could bo nwto did not pass until more than a month products upon the only available mar- - reason for keeping a state olllclnl In tho result they could turn It under, intervening time none Ket in the world 7 Do our money the same office Indefinitely In the dis But as a rule they don't and besides later. For the beat that tlmo the land Is often too of the futuro work contemplated in princes look far enough to see what charge of duties which ho hns is going to happen to the labor, the come familiar, than to rotato him hard to break. Ono cause of us havthe legislation could be started. It would take hundreds of pages industry and the general business thru a succession of positions in ing to turn our farm products Into which he has had no previous something we can ship Is. the Into describe the disastrous results of of our country under a Free-Trad- e troduction of so many autos has lesthis heedles delay. Only a mere Tariff that invites Europe to make The Democratic party in Kentucky sened the demand for feed so that hint can be given of the activities tho American market its dumping Have they forgotten that will no longer tolerate a political our home market Is lessened. Sap the "sundry civil" bill provided for. ground? It Is one of the largest supply bills In the first ten months of tha Free-Trad- e Warwick at the head of a close cor then suggested that we could fence Tariff, when all the world was poration of office holders who have our farms anyway, but I told thlm Congress handles, and Including nearly four millions dollars for Im- at peace, three million American twisted the old Democratic doctrine that while he and I wero mounted provements and maintenances of sol wage earners had lost their jobs? of rotation In office to mean that the men and had but little sympathy for Do they ever think of the conditions same set shall rotate from one office the poor, yet if wo wero going diers' homes; two and a to for the protection of public health; that will prevail when, through the to nnother and back again every four fence anyway, we might let the poor seven millions more for keeping up unequaled dumping facilities provid- years." fellows have the benefit of the roads During the Primary Campaign. Mr. and woods. Saphead then said ho life saving stations and light houses; ed by the Underwood Free-Trad- e over one million for fortifications on Tariff, the return of peace shall Stanley kept up something of a fight had heard that some farmers had the Panama Canal; over three and a have set the wheels of European In- along these lines, but with an oozing promised their tenants that If they The small town merchant, the rural business man or the half millions to enable the Inter- dustry once more In full motion, earnestness and a final result that lie would vote for the law they would farmer who uses a typewriter has the advantage ovlt tin man Commission to con- and he dumping process shall have is the nominee at the head of flic pasture their stock free, which ho state Comerco who does not. tinue the physical valuation of rail stopped the wheels of American In- ticket on which aro five "Rotaters" understood had not been carried out The typewriter not only saves time in writing letters nA Important activities; dustry? When that occurs, the num- - against whom he declaimed so loudly which did not look right, but he j roads and other of unemployed Americans will In January, but with whom ho trains thought ho could learn by adopting ' making out bills, but it adds prestige and reputation to the user. A more than thirteen millions for tfio ! building of quarantine stations, hos- be nearer six millions than three mil- and collaborates in August and with the policy of watchful waiting. I & pitals and other public buildings lions, involving the daily bread of whom he will train and collaborate will call ngain. Sharpshooter. is especially adapted to use in rural districts because it will stand numerous thirty millions of men, women and until the election unless an outraged theretofore authorized and more wear and does not require an expert operator. Hy follow children. public opinion drives some of the ItcronutieiiiW Chamberlain's other less striking features. Cough ing r,ne instructions we will give you, you will nave no trouble "Rotaters" off the DemoRemedy. It would seem that our high f- would-b- e "It is imperative that funds for learning. purposes like this shall be made inanciers ought to be thinking of cratic ticket, and at any rate he Is in "Last winter I used a bottlo of , Mad Tim Coupon Today to train and collaborate with part of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a available with the beginning of the these things while arranging the bad bronchial cough. I felt Its benefiscal year," said a government oftl billions-dollcredit for the benefit a spr.tem he so loudly denounced. Please send me yoi free book Europe. If they "Mr. Stanley's Position After The ficial effect Immediately and boforo cial in discussiilg this subject. "Every of I do not use a typewriter at present. ( I had finished tho bottle I was cured. day's delay after that is nearly a to- - could for a little time turn their at- Augut Primary." am using a typewriter and would like to learn about your f tention I never tire of recommending For Governor A. O. Stanley. toward the vital needs of tal loss. Funds really ought to be this oder to exchange it for a new one. (1) For Secretary of Stato Darks remedy to my friends," writes Mrs. ready by May 1 of each year; but to ' American labor, Industry and busl-fa- ll 1, and t ness their influence might do much dale Hamlett. present SuperintendWilliam Bright, Ft. Wayne, Ind. Obto provido them by July Name- have to resort to resolutions .contln- - toward bringing about the quickest ent of Public Instruction. tainable everywhere. (2) For State Auditor Robt. L. ulng old appropriations, as Congress possible change in a Tariff system Kentucky Clilvnlry and Courlewy. was forced to do in this instance, is that threatens far greater disaster to Green, present Clerk Court of ApThe most distinguished charactethe whole country than any which peals. sheer waste. To the L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co. (3) For State Treasurer Sher- rise of tho Kentucky gentleman Is "From ten to fifteen per cent of could possibly come from tho present 114 Maln'Strect in. felling courtesy to any one who "s the amount of an appropriation Is a demoralized condition of foreign ex- man Goodpaster, State Inspector and CINCINNATI, OHIO. in any sense a guest. Here Is a total loss If it is not passed before change. The future condition of do- Examiner. (4) For Attorney General M. M. story told by many truthful pepple. July 1. If tho money wasted in de- mestic exchange had best be considJudge Blrkhead advertised that he layed appropriations during tho last ered. Our domestic trade is thirty-fiv- e Logan, present First Assistant Atwould speak at the court hose on a four years could be made available times greater In volume than torney General. (5) For Superintendent of Public given date and publicly invited his now, we would not need to be devis- our foreign trade. The high finaning ways and means to replentish ciers ought not to overlook this fact. Instruction V. O. Gilbert, present opponent Judge Glenn to be present. First Assistant Superintendent in iWhen Judge Blrkhead had spoken, Next year there is to be an electhe treasury. The waste would proupon Invitation Judge Glenn attemptbably more than cover the estimated tion which will determine whether same office. Here wo see "Rotators" for about ed to speak, when the crowd hooted, we shall have a return of American deficit." yelled, hissed and prevented his doTho crlmo of delaying action on prosperity through the return of the all the principal offices. Mr. Stanley Is here caught red ing so. Judge Blrkhead was there. Appropriation bills was emphasized American policy of protection, or handed at the bead of a gang of "Ro- What would you expect a Kentucky by the Democrats in the recent spring whether another Free Trade PresiCAR-LOA- D thirty-si- x dent nnd Congress and a prolongataters," some of them appearing to gentleman to do? To spring upon of Congress. Within session tho platform with flashing eye and stagnation and be also grafters of the first magnihours of tho time for adjournment tion of Free-TraONonly two relatively unimportant ap- ruin shall continue to curse the coun- tude. What will Mr. Stanley do about with indignant voice demand a hearing for his opponent? Judge Blrkpropriation bills had been enacted. try for another four years. That is it? No he did Of course nobody claims ho can head did that of course? Yet in the brlof hours before noon something which American high figet them off the ticket simply be- not. Tho pity of It ho did not. of March 4, tho enormous sum of nanciers would do well to be thinkNew car load of American Fence Wire. Write us for Special Long continuance In office breeds about one billion dollars was authori- ing about right now. It is In general cause they are "Rotaters" but when Prices. Quick Shipments. scope and consequences a far more they are not only of this class of un such desire for moro that sometimes zed to be expended. billion-dolla- r desirables but when some of them the best instincts aro smothered in approimportant matter than a This performance was an FORDSVILLE PLAINING MILL COMPANY priate close to a record of mismanage loan for the benefit of Europe. may bo shown clearly to be grafters tho overweening lust for office. But Incorporated and Incompetent, he might start a It is tho shame of Owensboro that f hisment that Is unpjralleled in tho movo to get them off the ticket. This a worthy, honored citizen of a neighWilson, Mgr. tory of our government. FORDSVILLE, KY. would be not only a popular move boring town should have been treatYour CoiikIi Can bo Stopped. t ed as Judge Glenn was within her When Baby lias The Croup. Using care to avoid draughts, ex- and In the Interest of the taxpayers, When mother is awakened from posure, sudden changes, and taking but would prove Mr. Stanley to bo gates. Owensboro News. . m consistent with his early in the year sound sleep to find her child 'who has nrrlvo until lato In tho afternoon, who presented Warron McCray of.f Is Sickness A Sin? a treatment of Dr. King's New Dis- declaration. gone to bed apparently In tho best If not, It's wicked to neglect Ill- Tho city was In gala uttlro and condl- - Kentlaud, James P. Goodrich of Win-tlocovery, will positively relieve, and in of health struggling for breath, she could not have been better for . cheater and It. O. Johnscn of Win- ness and means of relief. It's wickChronic Constipation. is naturally alarmed. Yet It she can tlmo will surely rid you, of your ed to enduro Liver Ills, Headache, the greatest political gathering that Chester, other stato candidates, and "About two years ago when I bekeep her preseuco of mind and give Cough. The first doso soothes the Indigestion, Constipation, when one tho district has" known In several finally Jamos E. Watson of Rushvlllo Chamberlain's Cough Remedy every irritation, checks your Cougli, which gan using Chamberlain's Tablets I dose of Is Podophyllfn yea' wh0 In a strong speech announced ten minutes until vomiting is produc- stops In a short time. Dr. King's had been suffering for somo time with (May Apple), The big ox roast and burgoo foast his candidacy for tho ItepubUcan without tho gripe. It stomach trouble and chronic constinom ed, quick relief will follow nnd tho Now Discovery has been used sucarouses tho Liver, Increases the flow proven a great teaiure or ino day. . lnatlon for United States senator. child will drop to sleep to awaken In cessfully for 4C years and is guaran- pation. My condition improved 'rap- of bllo no uii; ieeu wus served unuer a i Naturo's antiseptic the morning as well as ever. This teed to cure you. Money back if it idly through the use of these tablets. Bowels. Your Constipation in tho mammoth tent. The visitors were and othremedy has been In use for many fails. Get a bottlo from your Drug- Slnco taking four or five bottles of er Ills disappear over-nigbecause served at the rate of fifty a minute. years with uniform success. Obtain- gist; It costs only a little and will them my health has been fine," has helped Nature to re The servlco was on tho cafeteria able everywhere. help you so much. 3 writes Mrs. John Newton, Irving, N. move the cause. Get a bottle from stylo, Twelve lines of peopio stream- Y. Obtainable everywhero. your Druggist Got rid of e1 through the tent at ono time nnd , That Hillion.DoUar Loan. Ono of Tho Blunders. 3 sixty men were required in tho sor- An itnnrnimiu linn nf nrollt immitnt Subjects That Need Airing Stock your Constipation overnight. Enactment of the free raw sugar . vice. There were 2,000 pounds of Ing to 11,00,000,000, is about to be schedulo was ono of the blunders of I.UW. Fifty-fiv- e Thousands In Great Throng At Rush- - dressed beef for sandwiches and 600 typewriters. LesIn tho United States for the present Democratic ndmlnlstra- established I shall look into several subjects sons explained by Moving Picville G. O. I Bnrbecue. gallons of burgoo prepared by N. D. tho benefit or certain European coun- - ulon, nnd aimed a blow at tho Indus- - that need airing Just because sap ture machine. Seven big DeRushvlile, Ind., Sept. 20. Sixth Lawrence of Lexington, Ky. tries how eugageu in me ...greatest I try In this country. As free Riicrnr hn:iri khvr I ran iln If liottoi- - tlion ...... district Republicans did themselves -- vw ....... partments Shorthand, Book" tl i Tho speaking took placo in the col war in nisiory. At. una writing con- - is imported only by tho Sugar Trust, one .else, providing I allow him to proud when 10,000 G. keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, O. P. boosters lseum in the city park and the big ferences are being held between tho this refund of $62,000,000 in duties revise, so tho editor of this Daner Is from every county Music, Primary Normal. ExIn the district and hall was crowded at nn early hour. high financiers of tho United States goes luto tho .pockets of millionaire to have neither praise nor blame for all parts Of pert teachers. Modern equipthe State, gathered for Jiiilirn Will M. SnnrkH nnmirvl rim a nil commissioners sem irom hu- - sugar producers. This Is a pet clean- - what I shall say. (Saphead ls,jny!tho big barbecue ment. Position and "Governor's meeting and Introduced P. J. Lynch, assured. rope to determine conditions t0 M"! SUga! ,TrU8t; Partner,) nly BUbJeCt ,S the Btockr-- " sven brass bands, three glee of Newcastle, district chairman, who. Wrlto for catalogue. Prue sugar tails of tho billion dollar lowered by the law. Sap asked if It was called clubs and two drum corps wero on after a short address, Introduced tlon. The purpose of tho loan is un- - reduction in the sugar Tariff, and stock law because.it. had driven about hands to stir up the ' enthusiasm for John K. Gowdy, Daviess' Cof Bus. - froe sugar next year threatens the all the live stock out of tho com'mun- to bo to cnablo the borrow. ,.. , tho occasion. Ing countr.es to ta co any pay for extermination of this great Indus- - ity. Will some one tell himT What' A long line of decorated automo- - Ho Introduced B. R, Inmau, former, Incorporated and try.-- Bay American exports City (Mich.) National Far- - will be its effectsT Go through the biles began to arrive early In the day superintendent of tho In-- 1 OWENSBORO, KY, war supplies. When this billion del- - mer. country and hogs are almost as and the last of the visitors did not Siana Progressive state organization, MISMANAGEMENT bra shall have been oxhaustod ft What Mr. Stanley Said About Kon-guar- 44M. Farm Insurance. al 't"$ Typewriter half-mlllto- ns Gives Business Standing J " The L. C. Smith Bros. Typewriter ar OI I SPECIAL PRICES de -- Farm Drain Tile and Sewer Pipe t Globe-Democr- Joke t t ns J ht r y. Ia i mail ... ..... ( 7"'", fr otlo.,ir. nLt Zi gen-dersto- ' S9fc linl,V " Ovoid Tccehtly received unsolicited. Horn's largo up-- 1 on the This fact R'v.n8 KnXlsfactlon to the Demo- cr.t, Uirt it docs not appear to bo the Ucpuhllcans. 'Whjm can you Republicans noml- . erygtalllscd, of the carjfc jjy,n t,lft-- , ftf) one I ' ft'1 to beat Wilson?" Is n favorite vtiKO,'.. uv- .- - 'For years v& have been stating in the newspapers of the country thntfc great many Avonttin have, escaped serious op- r cmtions by.wiWrtg Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, ami it 'is true. WC arc permitted Jo publish in this announcement cjctmrls from the letters of five women. All have been more convincing? Could any evidence be Honnnptf, Mi:.-- -" I liad pams in both sides and surli a Rorcncss I could uenreoly straighten up nt times. Jly back nolied tind I was so norvoiw I could not Bleep, and I thought I never voulrt bo nur iiuuui-uiiu- i i HUDiiuuea to mi oixsnitiun, but I commenced taking ydia- h. I'inklinm'H Vugetablo Comjionnd and kooii felt like a new Uaym-ahMrs. Buwkus, llodgtfon, Mo.' Zoman." Kv. "I suffered right side hurt mo I must ho oiiemtcul iiixjn. my. liiuibnhd learned this bn irot a i,v(ii;i j',. I'liiniifitn'ti 'CiruUlblO Q)llllinnili! fnrjim. mill itaiio oi Inking it n few days I got belter luid continued to improve until I 9T now well" Mrs. MolmH Smith, Ky. d i ldlyTlt wlftffy Sfflaffl nfi n.. 1IAX0VKH, The doctor advised a severe operation, but my husband got me Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Coiiiixniw niul I cxncrieiiciMlirivtitl'DiiRf in ushnrfctinm. W1 fi.l'iii,.n .!... and can do a hard, day's work and not mind it." Mrs. Ada Wilt. Walnut St., Hanover, Pa. XA Dkcatub. Im "I was sick in lxul and three of Uie ltfst physi-- t elans said I would havo to Ihj taken to the hospital for tin operation as I hadtsometbing growing in my left side. I refused to sub mit to the operation and took Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- 1)01111(1 alld it WWrkl'd fl miRlPIn in mv oust, mill T toll rtlur irnmnn what it hnVd'bne for me." Mrs. Lauka A. Gmswold, 2437 East 3 Pa." .w,-- m CiIkyklXnt), Ohio," "I was very Irregular and for several-yearliiybide pained mu so that I expected to havo to undergo'ati'ajs ui.mu. wociora saw iney kiiowoi nounngiiint .vronM help mo. I took Lydia Pinkham's o Compound and I liccamo regular and freo arom lain, f am thankful for such a imod medi- cino and will always givo it tho highest praise." jara,y.ll.UitnriTii,i(HHi constant SUUeveland.O. s C , li Vegc-'tW- Wm . Write to LYDIA by tour letter (CONFIDENTIAL) a woman and held In atYict conlldence. will be opcneYL.Teml niul ansWfcred E.P1XKHAM MEDICINECr.. LYNNy MASS., for udVKn. REPUBLICANS SEEK MAN '"iiltman as a possibility than The Carncgio OF HOUR nominated. which tified, copies Canal ed his the t,urpofie of shutting out Governor in the 'bopo. that the may bo Endow- ment for International peace, with Party Sentiment 'KasHot talized On Presidential Crys- - V Candidate. inals. The men for whom actlvo work Hoot Is being done include Throdorp of New York; E. Uurton, of Ohio; Senator John W. Weeks, of Massachusetts, and Senator William Alden Smith of Michigan. Mr. Root has attracted much attention by presiding over tho New Convention, Constitutional York where ho made several notable addresses, which havo been construod as campaign documents. Ills ability thruout the is widely appreciated country, and hto staunch nopubllcan-lsIs not to bo questioned, llut practical politicians find many reasous why Mr. Root would not niako an Tho principal one ideal candidate. is his age. He was born Fob. 19 1846, so that If elected President next he would be 72 years old when m llurton, recently returned from a tour of South America WaBhlngton. Sept. 18. Who will has since been engaged in a tour of hu the Republican standard bearer In North America, and has not forbidden ntfet year's Presidential campaign? the mention of his namo as that of a That Is a question that is being dis- possible Presidential candidate. His cussed by politicians of all parties friends are urging him on his record with the approach of the fall elec- us the " of tho "Pork tions. It is assumed by every one In Congressional appropriations, that President Wilson will bo renom- and there aro Indications that he will inated by the Deuiocntfs. Just now have practically all of tthe Ohio deleit seems probable ho will receive tho gation, despito tho fact that Ohio nomination unanimously. has two other candidates, Governor The President's supporters in his Willis and Myron T. Hcrrlck, home state, New Jersey, for months to France. havo been restless to start a Wilson Senator weeks Is making public boom, but they have been restrained addresses, and his friends aro pointby Inspired letters from l'rlvato Sec- ing to lilm as a man who would make retary Tumulty, who has assured a conservative and able president. them that the President doesnot wish Tho people of his home state are lor any demonstration of that nature. Ho him, and W. Murray does not desire to nppear to take Crane Is classed as ono of his actlvo of the war situation to ad- supporters. vance his political fortunes, It is exSenator Smith of Michigan, has plained. And, anyhow, what's the use not concealed his ambition to bo tho of starting a boom when no oppon- Republican cnndldate, and a flock of ent hus yet loomed up? workers have been busy looking aftWith this apparent certainty exist- er, his Interests at homo, while a ing as to tho identity of tho Demo- corps of stenographers has made an cratic candldato interest centers in epistolary campaign in his behalf. IJe man most likely to be chosen by Word comes from Michigan that Mr. the Republicans to leaU their foroes Smith may get his own delegation, Preliminary heats ure now being run but It Is betraying no secret to state by a number of possibilities but It that the Republican leaders are not must be admitted, that up to this seriously considering him as a p6s thne, none of them has shown Bible winner. enough' class to admit him to tho fII. Mann of Illinois, tho Rearch-enem- Mr. Root is prominently I idencirculated many thousands of of his speech on the Penama tolls question, and has praisrecord in public office. Burton lis Lightning IWxl Up. Wl'.ry from Democrats. "Tho convention will find tho right man," is tho usual reply. May Simmer Down To Hughes. It Is evident that the "man of tho hour" has not yet arrived in the Re- publican en nip, but the lenders of tho party arc confident that he will nrrlvo In due time. Assoclnto Justice Charles E. Hughes of the United States Supremo Court Is looked upon by many us tho strongest man the Republicans could nominate, but Justice Hughes has let It bo known very by Mr. plainly that lie hns no wish to give Walk up, Indies and gentlemen, up his place on tho bench in order to and seo the Dickey Buzzard astride lead a Presidential campaign. There of tho Democratic donkey, one eye remnlns, however, the possibility of on tho City Hall clock nnd the other inducing him to take the nomination, on his trousers' pocket., Walk up, walk up nnd try tho In- should matters shnpc themselves, so tliat he could get the unanimous In-- 1 spiring Harmony game of shying rot- dorspincnt of tho convention. j ten eggs nt Senator Beckham. Walk up, walk up nnd view the There are others, mnbily Demo- crats, who predict that the outcome vast menagerie It Isn't costing you of the convention will bo tho nomlna-- . a lnrn cent. Tho liquor men pay tlon of Theoiloro Roosevelt by the fork! Republicans. It was sure a halcyon occasion and Tills seems very Im probable nt this writing, nnd yet no a great speech and a noble effort. one is familiar with tho Colonel's rec- To wade thru Its eight columns of ord In politics will attempt to make a bTnall print Is an effort nobler yet, prediction where ho Is concerned, it one, we verily believe, no one is gocan be said, however, that the Re ing to attempt In these days of "Safepublican lenders have as yoA Bh'ovCh no ty Flrst."It bristles with figures in disposition to take the CoYorhA as the a way that reflects great credit on candidate, nor has, the CtVoliel shown thoso who get up Stanley's speeches, any yearning lor thu V.mor. and It Is pruned and deodorized to a A number 6f cTfliWrenccs of mem degree that rellects greater credit bers of the KepnlMcan National Com- still on those who edit them. That's mittee aml'&tnVfe leaders already have what makes It so deadly dull and been lie'lft so far as learned stogy. Stanley tearing his shirt Is these c)!itercnaes wcro merely for an a sight for gods and men. A de- exdWkige of views on tho outlook and nitured Stanley is just about as in- reS&TdiiiKA'encral conditions, and did sipld as, say, a glass of water, Why be a demagog if you mustn't not attrjnpt to concentrate sentiment upon any particular candidate. The gog? What price the gift of the gab If National Committee will meet in Washington early in December to fix they won't let you gab? Who'd give a continental to be a die time nnd place of the convention, and at that time no opportunity will professional spellbinder If he was to be giyen for the friends of the var- be put under bonds not to weave ious candidates to put forward their spells? We would strongly advise Stanley claims. to go back to the methods and the mouthlngs that are his strongest Constipation Causes Most Ills. your thirty card. If he does not, his audiences Accumulated waste In will be wanting their money back at feet of bowels causes absorption of the door, in a manner of speaking poisons,-ten- ds to produce fevers, up- or he won't have any. No one ever You belch gas, feel wanted to see Samson after he got sets digestion. stuffy, Irritable, almost cranky. It that haircut, and no one will ever Stanley unless Isn't you It's your condition. Elim- want to see and hear "gives 'em hell." Louisville taking he inate this poisonous waste by one or two of Dr. King's New Life Pills tonight. Enjoy a full, free bowel movement In tho morning you feel so grateful. Get an original bottle, containing 36 pills, from y 3 your Druggist for 25c. side-splittiFacliiK-Twn-Ways. Htnntcy And UN Show, Feed 'cm and show 'era a circus, That was the old Iloman way of sat-l- s lsiylng tho democracy, Feed 'em and Bhow 'cm A. O. ley. That Is the way of the Kentucky Uomocracy. And there Is not much difference In tho program. Stanley and his running mates are nothing If not several circus nets under ono tent contortionists like Judgo Black, a prohibitionist, on a platform written by whiskey men; acrobats like Hurksdnlo Hamlctt-- he can Jump from one office to another nnd hardly ever be In either; clowns like tho grcnt artist and protngonlst himself with tlmt sketch of his, known as "County Unit, And Now You Don't See It, or A New Way to Pay Old Debts," Stan-worryh- ig -It . Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest If you had n machine that you could operate at n good profit day In nnd dny out, would you not count ns a loss the time it stood Idle? Your money Is a good money-makin- g maclJtac. Invested In our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It cams Interest every day of the week, every week of tho month and every month of tho year. Remember, wo give you absoluto security and pay you tho best rato of Interest. Central Trust Company Cor. Itli nnd Frederlcn. KNOWN EVERYWHERE ns the SAFE and RELIABLE DANK S H H Vaiderlt Training School for ELKTON, KY. Boys 5 2 Will .help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- tered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there-J- j fore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write W ! 5 S MSTHENEY & BftTTS For catalogue and information. Box A. w3w$mr f to-da- m Er JfenJigton.-UM- C caliber in the ior-result- . re --k- Inaugurated. Mr. Root's boom Is being forward-'cit la vnderstooa by Republican " .tor leaders of ble vim Sti? d, Many Cluinges In The Came Ljiw. Many changes In the fish and game laws of Kentucky to be recommended to the next general assembly were adopted by the Kentucky fish and game commission at Ilar-rely its. meeting at the state fair In Louisville. Copies of the resolutions are to be sent to all representatives and senators, the secretary of tho department of aglrculture and the surchief of the State biological vey. Joseph G. Sachs, of Louisville, chairman of the commission, presided at the meeting.' Members present were Dr. A. Gatllff, of Williamsburg; J. E. Grider, Jr. of Fredonla; Tho R. It. Burnam, of Richmond. fourth member was not In attendance, as he is now In California.-Thchanges proposed follow: To amend .the law which permits the killing of doves from August 1 to Janunry 1, providing for an open season from Septemberl to January 1, providing for a bag limit of fifteen birds per day; prohibit tho killing' of wild turkeys, pheasants and imported ganio birds nnd deer for Amend the squirrel law five years. to permit killing of squirrels from June 15 to January 1; repeal tho law providing for their protection from 15. 15 to November September James Shorten tho' quail season fifteen days, publican floor leader of House of providing for a bag limit of fifteen Representatives, was understood to birds per day. Prohibit the taking of have his eye on the nomination some fish from any of tho public waters months ago and his friends launched or the state except with a hook and a real boom for him In the spring. line and trot line. Prohibit tho takPut he recently withdrew as a candi- ing of any black bass, pike, perch date in favor of Senator Lawrence or channel cat under eight Inches In Sherman of Illinois, who will go Into length; prohibit the sale of any fish tho convention as (ho favored son In the state under the size limit. candidate of that State. Another resolution was adopted Senator William E. Uorah of Idaho to the effect that Kentucky will ask also has been favorably mentioned as for representation in the advisory a possibility, but so far as known no board should the federal migratory active campaign In his behalf has bird law be declared constitutional. been started. Mr. Borah Is rated as a A report of the activities during strong man and an able one, but the tho last year and outlines of a meet- geographical location of his State Is .lug of Kentuckians in Louisville in against him. December, showed that $10,000 of Senator Cummins of Iowa and the commission's fund was approHadley of Missouri, are oth- priated for the purchase of game ers who are mentioned, altho neither birds for distribution throughout has developed much strength. the state. The car owned by the Surveying the field, everything in- commission twenty-fiv- e delivered dicates that the Republican- sentl-ste- loads of fish to various points in the of the country has sot state. I ut Rifles and Cartridges for Real .22 Sport his rifle nnd cartridges as IN the .22 shrewd sportsman your S. high-pow- er selects f0-M-- E Doughnut!" e "Any time you want real goodies use Calumet Baking Powder! My mother uses it she's tried all others she's now the learned her lesson sticks to Calumet. "Uneoualled for mafciwr tender, wholesome, light bak ings, wonacriui leavening and raising qualities uniform results. Mother says Calumet Is tw own eeeacatau to bur i00" " noraleil to e. Try Internet. Received Hishett Award Knm ChI Bui Fnr C Sm tlif In 7V FR8fc?5ft--"iuJICi- SwSa ss: i folld fcrweh and with the famou Kemlnston-UMnow, the Autoloading model that suaeisfully handles 10 lartridges uilhoulttloadint. RtminztoH AuuAuadtnt rim-fr- i For real .22 iport, get your rltle andcirtrldeei from the dealer who displays the RedlSaUllcrkofKmtnttoH-UilC- . And when you start to be crlliral, there's to stop short of Ucrtinglon-USlMade In Siniile Shot mtxlcU In SHdoAction model, $fe$g3jkMKliM other leading merchants in Kentucky M.l.llii- firtridee Co. 7 "Slfa D.:n.i.n 1..-!!,,- ; City - Sold by your home dealer nnd 3095 TtV .if . Woolworth Bulging (233 Bro.dw.jr) New York '" NEW INSURANCE AGENY i I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Hartford, JEtna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, !K. JWWOLttJ i E. E. BIRKHEAD, the Spots Out of Things - : Hartford, Ky. : i We Knock 91 KXM French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. Send us your Garments and Have Them 1 Ladies' and Men's i When in Louisville Garments STOP AT ECKERT'S CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and delivered. ss CHtCAg2i uimfl THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A..lv NanY'Prwp. 5th Avenue Hotel FRANK ECKERT, Prop. H.H.ECKERT,Mgr. HARWORD, 'KENTUCKY. O nadWgjMnWslrfngPowdTdoot I $1 Up, European Plan . j DdfafttfrriactoaBmfltTni' yU. Tbe Hartford tKepaMtakavfltfcr year and worth' U. ciX NEXT SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 Will Be a Big Field Day at Vinson's. XXT If you failed to get waited on before, pardon us, but come back and all shall be Big lot of new arrivals just in. They will go like wild fire. served. HEW ARRIVALS 'Wl VINSON'S, EST l 4t25Les Ycfvur MILLINER?. MOney Till YOU See XJs." WE BUY EGGS. I Beaver Dam, Kv. I clean Judgo, n puro Judge, If ho and thought money or whiskey, wns used Judgo Gregory of Louisville both to given him his nomination, would structed tho Grand Juries of their call n special grand Jury and say to moth-eate- n rcspectlvo districts, on tho corrupt that grand Jury that If either money "Monday. primary of August 7th. Judgo Thomp-Secon- d or whiskey wns used In his race, that Twenty thousand fca Ritiii'tltMt District of Tennessee. Having to tho price of a commodity, without son of Barborvlllo nnd Judgo Robert-madea- n ho would spurn tho nomination nnd 9:00 a. ra. Roll call, answered tronxm-utbuGorman prisoners and the by quotations from some favorite extensive tour of Japan, and regard to the nbsoluto proof afforded son of Ptkesvllle nlso Instructed their hand It back to the people, but Judgo lctsE rifid wounded lying in numbers author. having been exceptionally favored by the operations of the present tariff Juries on tho corrupt primary of Blrkhead has neither called tho August 7th, but not one word hns Grand Jury, nor hns ho offered to tiC trhcti ihbrjj.is m estimate Is the 9:15 Welcome nddress, Mr. Har- with opportunities for thorough and law that this contention Is the Judgo Blrkhead said to tho Grand hand back tho nomination, when ho observation and inquiry, est kind of partisan hunk. tialX a! .tlip first two. days' drive of mon Whltescarver. th. .HrKisli and French forces on the 9:30 Response, Mr Henry Barnes Congressman Austin is able to pre-- ! .The American peoplo are anxious-sen- t Juries of this district on the subject. knows that money and whiskey woro in detail what is probably the ly awaiting the opportunity that will Is Judge Blrkhead nfrald that he both used In tho Interest of his race. 9:45 How to Secure Maximum ataatara front. Germans have been mo3t complete survey yet printed of come to them In November, 1916, to will bo called beforo tho Grand Jury tlsSvxa itom their trenches along a Attendance, Miss Rhoda Williams. Tho News is In fnvor of honest fcoatt of twenty miles. The official 10:00 Which should a Teacher Japan's present Industrial potency, dispose of tho politicians who con- - nnd made to tell the amount of nion- - elections, and It proposes to fight .aEjsna statement admits heavy loss- - Stress the More, Moral or Civic and what Is still more Important, tlnue to Insult their Intelligence by , cy ho spent In order to bo renoml- - for them, or It will quit tha. Hold, and Japan's ability to develop her re- - repeating statements about tho tariff natcd. Is ho afraid that ho will bo It proposes to continue to acquaint Righteousness, Mr. A. T. Ross. & Vnr, of material, but 10:30 Should a Trustee Solicit sources as to soon become in very 'which have been discredited by an forced to tell the Grand Juries of tho the peoplo of this district of the corlh effect of the Allies' vic' torias.. There are two distinct his Position, Mr. L. M. Smith & H. truth an Industrial Yellow Peril to actual trial of the Democratic method district tho amount of whiskey he ruption in tho August primary, and If Western world. anothof eliminating the high cost of living. and his friends bought and distri- they vote In November to endorso the E. Hill. on? north of .Arras and In a country well equipped with Whatever waste and extravagance buted In order for tho Judgo to bo tho August primary, wo aro deterer- is. ibe Champagne district. In 11:00 Should the High School iJio Russians are holding Branches be Taught In Rural Schools, tho best of modern machinery, and there may bo In other departments renominated. the mined that they shall cast that vota where the wages range from 26 cents of the government, and there Is plen-- a M. S. W. Taylor. gainst the Austro-Germa- n It Is a shame that wo have reach- with their eyes opon, but we do not day of eleven hours for skilled ty of it under the national adminls-male- s ed tho point In Kentucky, where tho believe that they aro going to do it. twwrsij, xtzU a. further offensive move 11:20 What the Teacher Can Do fer ar.Xicijxuted. and 8 to 15 cents a day of trution despite the Baltimore plat- - Judgo of a court can use money and Tho peoplo bellevo In a to Improve the Health of the Community. General discussion led by eleven hours for female operatives; form pledge of economy, the people whiskey in his election for tho nomi- Judiciary, and they aro not going to TTftur iijlknns. a country with abundant natural re- - are not inclined to believe that there nation nnd when the people ask for vote for a man If they know It, that Official statements Mr. C. E. Allen. ftaw-t-egiven out saying that 1:00 p. m. Games For the Play- sources of coal and water power, and can be a worso instance of fooling an Investigation, the Judge, who used money nnd whiskey In order to design away money than spending govern-upo- n nlono can ompannel tho Grand Jur- bo renominated. with a bold and no aggressive action, and ground, Mr. Henry Brachcn. his coal and Iron resources;- ment funds to pay the salaries of ies of his district sets quietly by and iiiu Ba1?arliJ Premier has been quot1:15 How to Conolato Domestic You can buy a nomination, but ed) ns saying that no steps are Science with School Work, Mrs. H. a country whose merchant marine legislators, who continue to hand out asks tho people what they aro going you can not buy the General election. engaged In foreign trade is ten times that 1912 stuff just as if nothing had to do about it. Arc tho people goagainst Greece or Rumani- E. Hill and Miss Mae Hazelrlgg. Who would havo any confldenco In a- The. fflet that he omitted Serbia by their 1:45 Value of Boys' Corn Clubs, that of the United States, and whose happened since to demonstrate Us ing to say in Nove;nber, tho decision ot any Judge, that would low-pai- d JCIib belief that the Bulgars lesjte ships, manned by Mr. E. G. Austin. sailors j Imbecility. votes that they endorse that kind of an attack on that nation aw pli-nl-ns 2:00 Should the Rural School and officers, can sail through the conduct in any official much less a use money and whiskey in his oloo- MnMer CoiitmKsloner'.s S.ile. in :ut leffort to regain Macedonia. Judge of a court. A great Judgo, atlon. Owensboro News. Curriculum be Changed Mr. Henry Panama Canal and deliver their car-- j goe3 to American and European ports Brocken, Mr. A. T. Ros3. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. d to one-ha- lf Tuesday. 2:30 How to Keep the Boy on at freight rates Leman Newton Plaintiff, T rates which tho ships of other' the Farm, Mr. N. L. Ross. vs. ia RUlofiiolils. The great Shfl French and British forces 2:45 Should Drawing be taught countries must exact;a country of tin- - Chas. H. Whitler, Defendant. ;iFxuisr. hv German positions on the In the Primary Grades, Miss Cleva bounded energy, skill and business By virtue of a judgment and order "wwstfcsx capacity; a country with the densest of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, renrtit has not slackened but Shultz. population in the world; a country dered at the June term, 1915, In the tSttn. Jcflri; has reported no now out i Meth3:00 Discuss Time-Sav'n- g aSSisdJay success. The British ods, MlS3 Audra Grobarger and Miss whose work people are fed and lodg- above cause for the sum of $225, J'irflyniuiit itold of heavy losses Pearl Brown. ed at the cost of feed-le- g with interest at the rate of 6 per cent JisilLslWS on the, Germans northwest and lodging the equivalent work- per annum from the 25th day of No3:20 All Schools should Begin ot .Hjjllocli, whero heavy German :he same Day and the Course of ers in the United States; In such a vember, 1913, until paid and the eauilw-nilack- s were carried out dur-ia- 3tudy should be strictly followed. country, as Congressman Austin so further sum of J4.25 with llko interspecifically points out, there Is a est from tho 24th day of May, 1915, iiis day. Berlin maintains that Why? General discussion. 7&H' AIlfcB" drives have been checked menace to the labor and the Indus- and 4 : 00 Adjournment. costs herein, I will offer try of our own land that may well for sale by Public Auction at the wfis. Iheavy losses but it makes no HENRY BROCKEN, engage the serious attention of all Court House door In Hartford, on rlaizas. of Tiavlng recovered . the CONNIE RUSSELL. thoughtful men. Mr. Austin well Monday, the 18th day of October, A. T. ROSS, smi&iJ Jaken from them Indications says: awrUluxl allied gains have been Cbmmittee. 19 ft, about one o'clock p. m., upon With America's high standard of a credit of six and tweivo months It Is estimated that the The Allen is a big, roomy Car, and is high grade throughliving and wages and short hours the following described property, How Will They Vote Next Year? taken 23,000 prisoners, and Hljj'GfrrsKiiift a&xlm to have taken stand up long-strok- e Any published statement from wo cannot commercially Motor provides an abundance out. Its 37-h.- p. Two tracts of land near Fordsvllle, la Ihe'e.iHt, it is declared that Washington purporting to give the against the Japanese and Chinese inof power, and the best of material and workmanship assures rush lias been checked, views and intentions of President dustrial systems an equal terras. Ohio County Kentucky, situated and A personal visit to the Orient, bounded as follows: 3s&. .thai wirwuiUs on Dvlnsk havo Wilson on tho reliable service for many years. Westinghouse Ignition, question of Tariff fewest,- arjHtlled by brilliant defense. observation, study and inchanges by Congress next winter is first-han- d Tractl. Beginning at a stake cor- Lighting and Starting no hand cranking. One-ma- n Top. . without authority and mere conjec- formation, would cure for all time ner to J. B. Westerfleld and Clay te Demountable Rims, and all other or low Edwards; then with Westerfield's Etectric Horn. lUlkati--- . disA ture of tho writer. The President the most rabfd Free-TradA handsome Roadstone on features included in the price, $795. patch Irom Berlin gives a Sofia rumor has said nothing on the subject, and, Tariff man In or out of the American line 72 &E. 70 poles to-tftzE th- - .Bulgarian Government has like other thinkln? nun in tho Congress, the north side of a small branch; ster Model on the same chassis at the same price. It Is a question which American then S. 66 E. 33 and poles staSxu altbuatum to Serbia and that United States, he knows that since tiittiSxyloniuilc irrpresentatlves of the he Tariff law has passed entirely Protectionists well understand, and a to center of crossing in west lino of Catalog: I. C. R. R.; then with said line of R. Ba:.ik.-- Powers are preparing to n new and critical conditions have question with which our alien had best concern themselves. R. in a N. W. Direction Washtroiu thu 'Bulgarian capital. The arisen for the great industries of this They now ignore it. American Econ- ington Station road; thence with said Utzmsr.rati vajjIMI has decided that country thtry iSialt bo no modification of its President Wilson has the prescience omist. road abont west to land af Clay Edwards (excluding a 1 Vi acre lot herepialittbnrtlou order. to see that unless we wesely prepare Tuveiincr'H Tommyrot tofore conveyed) then with Edwards In good time the European war will Clyde Tavenner, the Illinois Con- lino about S. 7 W. 60 po!iw to the be"AViMlnciiliiy. bo immediately followed by an indusVtn. JQattleUelils. Furious fighting trial war upon the United States, and gressman who puts In his timo pro- ginning, containing 34 acres, more 8taf characterizes the efforts of the he must realize that in our Tariff law testing against placing the United or less. bo- at Tract 2, boglntiln-EirMito nnd French forces to break we have stripped the country of its States In a state ot defense against tltruogb thu German lines. The al- defenses against such a war. It the either commercial or military Invas- - ginning- corner of tract 1. then west". lium the French War Office re- European war should end next spring Ion by foreign powers, inserts tho 72 poles to a stono corner to H. (X port: tuntlnuo to make gains of the industrial war will immediately following bright thought Into one of .Crow; then with this line S. 94 poles to two white oaks; then east 49 KPiirmiJ and to add to their captures begin and the general assault bo his latest emanations: "The manner in which tho peoplo poles to J. B. Westerfield's corner; f shk. nuns and stores. An official made by European manufacturing InOF- srtiiiKniKat given out in London says terests upon American factories. Tho have been supporting tho army and thon with hl3 lino N. 10 E. 93 & beginning, containing MaiT thf 0nmm second line has German liners now lying Idle In our navy uud meeting all other federal poles to tho boos &Lk?n, and the Brltibh are how harbors will cdrry enormous cargoes expeuces has been, by paylnu Increas- about 30 acres, and being part of after the third. Field Marshal Sir of goods to these shores at prices that ed prices for things eaten, worn or the land convoyed to C. II. Whitler John Frtach reports the capture of will close up American factories and used. Tho local merchant and dry by Dellla Whitler et. al., by deed aiwtwrfa riofoiiws around Loos where turn hundreds of thousands of men goods merchant has been the federal dated October 6, 1857, and ot record S2Hriuiibt?r of prisoners taken by the and women wage earners out of em- tax collector without knowing It, or In the Ohio county clerk's office deed without his average customer know- book 5, page 491, or sufficient thereSxi&fA has reached 3,00. Forty ployment. political as well as eco- ing It. To tho extent that the aver-ag- o of to produce the sums of money orhavo been captured and ThPro are uiis poor man eats tho same amount dered to be made. caiajrijftj-njr'dThe London Times nomical reasons to avert there con- The purchaser will be required to )TtBrts ihut nu entire German army j dltlons. It, unfortunately they should of food as the rich man he has been Funds for execute bond with approved securwii-frpRridhed in tho Plnsk marshes. arito next spring or summer the Tar paying as much taxes. iff question would at onco overshad- tho maintenance of the army and na- ity Immediately after sale. This 28th day of Soptembor, 1915. 'tkri- - Hji11..iih. Various reports ow everything else In the November vy, as well as all other federal exERNEST E. BIRKHEAD. penses have thus In the past been uwifcr'.cuCTluthm regarding the trend election and would havo tremendous Master Commissioner. the Balkans. One of potency. Tho Democratic party In raised wholly In tho form ot Increasol vcuu HEAVRIN & KIRK, cHetat Z3 3K wlTect that Greece has power has never yet sustained Itself ed cost ot living. Attorneys. This Illinois statesman la blissful 12t3 .Serbia she will resist the In an election on the Tariff question foreign troops through when the country's Industries were ly unconscious ot the existonce of n'juaas? ot I administration reOur Free-Trad- o feeling the effects of Tariff changes. the Internal revenue laws which raise f&wKfc lerritory. country vote It by a substantial portion of the money quested Austria to recall Its ambasHow would the government. sador because his purpose here was . w M .ww. ... ......i KclaiiOf "Hlr Edwurd Grey told .luiunui ulr nn.iuii va winta in . imo1 in mnlntnlnlnc the w uuriua0 In J He also supposes the people ot Ihls to conspire to cripple legitimate tb CcTtHli Parliament that In case safeguard our industrial Interests . BaTgusciti Jissumeu an aggressive atti-'th- e Tariff there should bo an Indus- - ( country are such boneheads thaj they American industries; but what does call tmki vt. ib.et.aldo of tho Central pow- -' trial collapse beforo tlio November fall to grusp tho significance of the the administration Free-Tra- Its present o business-wreckin- g farce give their support election next year? Need tho quo3- -' failure of the Underwood tariff rs --the AllK'J retail but an Industry torpedo? vision downward to uur friends lu the Balkans lu a tlon bo asked? 4 WAR NEWS"-- The Industrial Yellow Peril. prices downward during tlio period Industrial conditions, prospects prior to tho beginning of tho Euro- and possibilities In Japan form the pean war, or since. Supposedly, po- of this week's contribution liticlaus of the Tavenncr kind will Program of Teachers' Meeting. Teachers meeting to be held at to the American Economist by Re- -' go on repeating the presentatlvo R. W. Austin, of the 'sophistry about tho tariff being ndded Taylor Town OctS, 1915. which will bo most welcom them." ' ' Why Not Here? Judgo Benton of Winchester M -- y cheap-accura- te J xaa mln-rajL- oper-aacnT- v, i tliix. J al well-matur- in i ( one-thir- offen-SfiTK'o- THE ALLEN th sr maln-Csani'- d. ro to-w- lt: a. rvf scmi-omci- al er up-to-da- a two-thir- d de-pa- Free-Trade- rs Ask for and Demonstration. to-th- D.G.YOUNG,BeaverDam s$s$$$$$$$$Sfi;vro, y - tro, BIG LINE and Skirts. r Ladies' Coats, Suits ma-.ftbi- . s. . Come In and Give Us a Look. '- Hob Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY.' I iii : "'-il-l re-(t- de S5rVrVAWWV r