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Wore HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY1 KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER No. 13 ono of Kentucky's distinguished orapul In nomination b thc'r re CHARGES STANLEY NARROW ESCAPE FOR tors, a former Democratic member DEMOCRATIC LAWS nectlvo was. cm, llov. V. C. Ilrni GREAT Wlinberley. Ar-i- t don nml Rev. C. P. DEBAUCHED VOTERS CLOVERPORT PMTY, a number ot ministers hml h graspou uoi. Morrow's nantl and said, place, OF CONFERENCE ken In behalf of each very tin; vote j "Col. Morrow, that was the greatest cloie, but uns taken. It wus political speech I ever heard." The resulted In favor of holding the neM Dr. Palmer President Kentucky Five Women aud Three Men effect of that grave compliment, com session of the Conference at Franking from so distinguished a citizen, Administration Gradually Anti-SaloMethodist Hold Most Har- lin. The selection was then mnile Rescued From Ohio League visibly effected Col. Morrow, who, At the niornliiR sesunanimous. Disclosing Fact. for the moment wanted language to sion, after devotional services by River. Speaks. monious Meeting:. express his thanks. Truly the grace LouUAlllc, tho I). Slgtor. Rev. J. and dignity, the moderation and re- routine business of the conference1 Istralnt, the appeal to human nature Growing Discrepancy Between The following were was resumed. Oct. 4. Light' ,n Cloverport, Just after the report of the ,,S '.l0ftleSt a,Ul ,0Vl,eSt aSUCCtS Nothing But Pleasant Memories .idinltted Into the conference on nrnn,.n. In,, Ilmlr MM, Receipts and Expenditures Committee at the Metllodlst n.L, ... ,,a9 evt'r lieforc been approached by ,i. - m.. .. . cin ' trial: Howling f5rwi District, E. Conference last week, in Hdrirorti, i "n Kentucky orator, and on the street For Hartford In Minds of Worries President. M. Huleinan: Columbia District, P. he Dr. Palmer. President of tho Antl- - o clock Sunday evening when n tho hotel Ar Sanders mid U. T. I'cnlck: Hen- motor boat In which, Delegates and Ministers. Saloon League was Introduced Morrow's A .1. ........ niuirlr.1 they wro riding, crasneii into a log ci.,,,.! ,.;..... It i linvnnliln. i made the following speech , . Washington, D. C, Oct7. Demouiuaiui mi ciiuii, uiiu u ,ji 1JOktlVl. lillllKIIIHt I1III Friend and brethern: I have often and sank aln.osbcfore.the occupants cratic laws have been tried and found maker: KHiabethtonn District. It. tnlkcd with you and to you on this could put on life preservers. fcvy Co Morrow,8 ma8lerrul wanting. The Methodist Conference which 10. (illpln: Louisville District, P. If? party, five of whom) NoTember 8t;uck t;;ror tQ th(j ranks of was lu hoshIoii for almost one week Ryan: Owonsboro District, R. C. Mc- subject and you know my thought, 'number of the, As the time for Congress to reasw.u women, wero uhiiuu irom In Hartford adjourned last Monday Dowell. The trausfer to this con- - However. I am glad to have theseiwre a disorganized and discouraged De- semble approaches, this fact Is being a few moments later by towns-- a mocracy and raised ap At noon, after the Conference the tide of Re- gradually disclosed by the adminisor n. A fow minutes In which to tell you that People. (iTi'iir.. was announced most serious time has come upon read by Ilishop ,,ra)Ion from tho Porda confer pointments had been publican enthusiasm to its flood. tration Itself. In nearly every Defrhosc rescued were. Mr. antl Mrs. Atkins. Just berore Hie reining in etiee and ot A. C. Johnson and Ru-fu- s us.I do not moan to say we are ills-Tho man Is a marvel and every partment In Washington, governWilliam Pate. Miss Elizabeth en- appointments the entire congregation citizen In Kentucky should hear him ment officials are preparing amendfrom the Kentucky cpuraged because of the defeat .McMeekln Miss Elizabeth strug- - man. f Cloverport; In the recent great In this campaign. ments to patch up defects In statute. Joined In singing. "Hlest He the Tie conference. Hov. E. D. Hoggess Morganfield, and Miss Ttiat Hinds." It was a most solemn wan, at his own request, allowed to glo with the greatest enemy of our ' Sklllroan of These defects exist because the methVirginia McGavock. Miss Irene Jar- - More Indictments in Election Probe. ods followed In the enactment of and olTectlug scene and there was In- "locate." At tills point Uev. D. S. Commonwealth. We must be careful Charles White boe, Prod Frazier.and Ky., Oct. 2. After Winchester, were slovenly and careless tense stillness as the Hlshop began Campbell, the second oldest preacher to say and do the right thing at this all of Cloverport. reporting two Indictments charging to the last degree. reading the list which Bealed the n tJ(, rllferpnco and who has been critical time. I do not know whethonly by the greatest or election bribery and two charging It was Another problem facing the adlate of two hundred ministers anu i , actve service for 52 years, asked er or not you take the right view of good fortune that the accident did false swearing the Clark County fixed their field of labor for the com- He was given the results of tliu recent primary. I puppmnnuated. ,(, catastrophe. The cool- - grand Jury, which has ben investi- ministration, even more serious th become a or defective laws, Is that of the govlug twelve months. Not a great j ,,,,!,,, lltl ovation and ho was made a would have you know well the cause l not . ... - "l ... n many changes were made, however. )res, ,,t (lf oll(. hundred dollars by of the results as they came. I want 1P"uue",Slw T""5' """ pan ",c gating the primary election of last ernment's finances. There has been a large in August adjourned. ? Jane, piayea a growing dlsrepancy between Bishop Atklni. then In- - t.i .oil vn tin. whole solution of the, only those necesary to make way for j 1)n,,llron repreventing loss of life. Indictments ceipts vand expenditures, creating Twelve additional uu. u. . deduced jir. joiin H. repper. .Mem problem lies In the fact that the can men wnu nan servcu im-i- r was traveling at a charging betting ton the election were jfThovMary Jane years term. in tho treasury that must be phis. Teim.. leader of the Tyumen's didate for Governor on the "Demospeed when It crashed returned to the grand Jury, during rate covered herself with Moeinent In Southern Methodism, cratic ticket In the recent primary htgh .. . of provided for. .. Uurtford ... now was turn l.s i.eslinis of nir'reit days log. a large glory In the maner In which she en- und Hov. George ft. fctewnrt, Kno-ill- e received 49,23s more votes than smylHU0 iue Government funds have ben wasttlic prow, and it was evident that The grand jury or its flnu. r.qert ed und a large proportion of this the other candidate on the ticket. No one .Tenn.. who presented tertained the ministers and visitors. a minute'or declared that while It was able to would float but waste is due to carelessness by the. Without a single exception they went cause of this Southern Methodist As- who has thought rightly can differ , thboat If we i tw. Hud lmlirtmoH's aga'il oi.'.v tw. Democratic Congress In handling apaway sounding praises of our little sembly at Lake Junalubka, N. C. with me on that proposition. all the oc-e- st persons for bribery lt was convinced P"to commanded propriations. town anil the hospitality of her peo- This Is a Christian summer retort hud had an honest count and an lion- - cupants Articles have heretoto don life preservers. The that considerable money was illegalvote Harry V. McChesncy would fore appeared giving a few typical" ple. On all hands our citizens ex- similar to Iikes Chautauu.ua and . . n u iiiiii'ii linn ii;iii man nuaiDTUfi ly used lu the primary contests, and examples of how this waste has oc""- press themselves as having enjoyed Winona. $2,.00 worth of stock in certainly have ueen nonunateu unu.,.""-- " barely time to get preservers on recomended that the next grand curred. These articles might Conference to the, fullest extent! this enterprise was subscribed by he Is the man who made state-wid- e the u.e uu-.- w I inoiusenw. wn Jury make a further Investigation. Kev. C P. Prohibition seem a certalnity. Indefinitely. Enough has Members of all the churches con- - j ministers and Inymoii. bottom. Charged with paying $2 to Robert been said, however, to Illustrate th& trllniteil to the successful entertuin-- . Winiborley thou rend the report of think there is no question about It. ' oc- k was-darwhen the accident It If t!l0 vote had been taken on the Moore to procure his vote THid'.inflU-enc- e wasteful. Inefficient principle that the Committee on Publications. , curred, and there were no witnesses, for W. U. Shackelford far clr? vitiated the entire Democratic reof Uev. 11. W. Napier dealt mainly with Jhe question of .Saturday before the election McChes-The return But. the cries of the members or the to Hartford Is exceedingly pleasing the taking over by the conference In nev would certainly have been noml- - party attracted tho attenion or per-he- cutt Judge and W. R,. Taylor for gime. county Judge, A. B. Hamilton, known A recapitulation of the later artiIlls work has connection with the Kentucky and naW Two weeks after the primary to all his members. of the . BeIlt out a letter to ninny reprc: sons sitting In front of the Hotel on as "Uncle Andy" was Indicted. "Un- cles, from 16 to 24, Is given hereconferences of a high character and he is West Virginia e. Mothodlat-Advocatnow son,atlvo men asking- them. In their the river front, anil the townspeople cle Andy" is a Republican aud one with. They will bo followed later loM-and respected by all our peo- - Central Every possible ot Con- - privately owned. This plan was not opin0,,, what was the cause for the generally responded. the wealthiest men in the county. by additional descriptions of Demoph. Ilk splendid work for the cratt that was available was brought , deemed feasible by the committees Rroat 8lld(K.n 8iump the vote from Other InUlctments for'talse-swenr-Inwas recognized und comment-cratic mistakes. ferenco ( use- were returned against D. S. Pow1G. Millions of dollars worth of ml upon by the visitors generally, at the present time and no action McChesney and If all of them had "t Luckily, the eight people In the The beautiful testimonial glvon him j was taken. The remainder of tho gottcn together tor the purpose of river had not floated for or become ell and Dan Iusko. Powell was also the nation's timber supply Jeopardup to Dr. K. C. H. LnHWCrIns the question I do not see, Indicted for betting on tho election, ized. hv the ministers was one unheard session was given or o'r before lu the history ot the Con- - Mann, of Lexington, editor of the ,,ow ,hoy couU hav0 been more unan- - widely separated and the work as was Rodney Hrookshlre. 17 The Integrity of the law taxMethodUt-Advofalwho ,mous , BnyInR lt was caU8ed by a rescue was conduced rapidly. It ing 'cotton future' sales' is in doubt, ference and Is for that reason the Central , , ..... IiirpiI tli.. ltn.. in rerelvlnc nledces , nn.i was timely, as two ot the women. Flcnl Court, "- j cauipuimi .ii uiii:ui.-ireumore IIIKUIJ lnivu. pre- - i The Ohio County Fiscal court was and must be tested in court. ot sub.scrlptlons from the pastors for ,.Mniiv i.v .1,.. .loinuehlne of vot- - due to the fact that their life 18 As business managers the The jcoml business meeting of donned In great In session Tuesday and Wednesday was held Thursday .the coming ear. ers with money and whiskey on the servers had been Democrats have been utter failures', t he conference Friday afternoon at the mcthodlst two or three or four days before the haste.were In .serious danger ot with all members present. A great" their methods of enacting approprianoralng. Most of the time was con-- 1 deal of routine business was trans- tion bills causing enormous waste. I liave knowledge of one "K downlistening to u continuation I Church Dr. Prank M. Thomas of binned in The,. Mary Jane which went to the acted. Louisville, delivered one of the fin- precinct In which forty Hepubllcns To illustrate: of the pastoral reports begun the ses- was oimof the finer motor-i- s Mr. Charley Smith, of Dalzetown. .i'i. in.fiir.. It was very noticeable est discourses of tho conference 19. Tho rural free delivery serasked for Democratic ballots. This otom. Traus-bettat this sec tlon It was elected poor house keeper, sucmost significant find shows that boata. in tie river vice has been shamefully crippled. that the 'reports as a whole were lnn to date on"The Preacher Annl-3 o'clock the w operated by, a boat club, of which ceeding Mr. Frank Illack. who has f wo 20. The construction have come upon dangerous, times? than usual, a great majority jtlRured.'1 At of good " - "' . - versary Service of the Kpworth Lea- held the position very acceptably for roads by governmental aid was deih nnnr rennrtlnc a substanHut we must not be discouraged hut is agrees to layed a year, Louisville are members. held. Thn principal address mugt two years. Mr. Snityu Tere aIoIlg right... ilnes as .of tlal increase In membership, and nll.BUe and much ot the ap. ; ....... mu miinrtimis. &!.. nald 111 was delivered by Dr. Cul Culbrett, of hoard the Inmates for GOcts. less en propriation absolutely lost. fl . Owsley loobies Tired. the week and was the only, candifull. During this session Itov. J. T. Nashville. Tenn. o QUr S(aU, frora th,s .21. Important surveys of Alaska, r,"' '?' The Ho'n. A. O. Stanley, candidate date, Tho service b rlday night was de- v .r ..l.ler of 1I1U. the i...ui,i.. mineral resources were prevented for ' ' for Uoyemor passed through Hawes- owensbo'ro DW.ict. on behalf of voted to the Preacher's Aid Soclty. , Dr. Clarence DeWeese, or Beaver two successive years. thankcd Dr paf i mo ni villa Wednesday, but attracted little Dam, was elected member of the 1 inieresi local. .ludge John It. WIImii and the his words presence and 22. Prevention of epidemics' of in t presented the business meeting on Saturday congregation, caamty of mod. attention. Mr. Stanley seemed look- a board of health to succeed Dr. S. D. tuberculosis and trachama among Com- morning was the report of the melancholly frame of mind and Taylor, deceased. to IIIhIiop Atkins a hundsome gavel c,vl7atton.. Indian tribes and adjacent communi. . nilti.'i. mi Ti.mnnrniii'i.. whicli e- -. ing as If he thought he was chasing Attorney A. D. Kirk was elected ties delayed a year. i , niuilo troni tlie woon oi a tree ....ii. -, progrexs. ' n rainbow notwithstanding the boast Judge Wilson's yard. The pressed rsallsfactlon at the urew 23. Civil war veterans died in HKMamKl T1K MOUnoW nig sjnuia hi 4l... tr,mvnl.n iln StVfVlt V1Q commissioner to settle with the ... fnf.. ........ ... . in r.. iii;iiii iiv i in 1'iiiiit'i iiiii'i? .ni .i iut5 ucuiuimuv Klierlir 1 isliop maile a grnreiui mh.mi.ii a i want through needless errors in spec- Antl- - M'hAMM. AT ll.Vli I I;()1U, MOV. Owsley evidently don't believe It. lie , . A sum CQUal t0 S5 per ccnt of thc ...Li nU II... M..tlin.llst Proved the activities of the s, P. M. MC futled to recognize any of the boys worK none on me now pine on i;eu- .r.. if..ntle folks I truhl and bellevis Saloon League and pledged the con- I DAY, 0(T. It AT !:: 24. Over ten million dollars lost nggre?iive hkNUY 7:() O'CLOCK MONDAY here but remained seated with that tcrtown road was ordered paid. to n continued j Terence 1 will hae no use for It." in one appropriation bill alone . I.. tw.1i.ilf nt tint- nnllcil Il ,.......,! . ....- .....n vtired far away look bom of despair. The court passed a resolution through needless delay In its enact- .NIGHT. Thursilav afternoon at 2 ocioeic eiiii'.ihn " .".... Ky. Antl,' .... againsi allowing " .uri..r at the Methodist church Dr. Leonl- - A. N. Palmer, head of tho mmU cnQUgh ,Mt n four yeaf- - of roNi) mr.v. Jloirow At Louisville. das' Robinson, of Ellruhothtown. de- - Saloon f.eaciie was present and made for charity, except through the alms- n,,mocrattc (lolavs to morB ., com- ,. ti. . .. address. The following were nw. r Louisville. Ky.. Oct. 4. If a Prnirhor a short Brother J. A. Collard flll...i..u house. This action Is very Impor- - ,han coyer hQ prescnt dcflc,u connection in the Pl, ,(.suiar appointment at i'.m.l parlson of the Morrow and Stanley tunt t0 tl0 as heretofore la tliu Pulpit." At u o'clock Dr. J. ' admitted Into full speaKing in i.ouisviuo iai euu m- - iarg0 stuns have been appropriated V R Havnge. of Owensboro, preached. t'onrerruce: h.w neacon. .1.1.. akui. ituu Saturday anil To Our Customers. K. H.illev. M. M. Murrell. W. C. .. our school Uict conditions throughout the State, . all ,mrlg f tlt, county and doubt- ,,wini,. ,.t tin. Melh-.MUs Ca'rrlo Russell, w havo sent tho rolls from our and Su nimors tl,aciieP wi10 ims been sick for several. Morrow's majority In November will . ..,, ... ,,(.. instances unnecessarily, n,...- - ...m '., i,n n0ii..r,.ono.i mwi win W. (junlls eiiut elmreli' one of the largest Prank. . P. . .. . " ' ...... ' "" a himn wns, uniis-im- . "' 1.. iir"'" days is improving. be twenty thousand. The courtiiljourned to meet Tues- - gunplv our Qiistomcrs with flour crowds or the whole session - ,,.. held Saturday afternoon after, M,bg Aurtri.. Brown is on tho sick With three dally papers to adverpresent at Ihe Anniversary Servlco.wns nfter hocou,f Monday In Novem- - ilB ionK a8 our stock holds out. Hope . iuu, nUu.. gt (lsu u, with uniliniteu monoyio eneci beri I'rot. .'. . Schools of to have mill In operation by Oct. 1C. , ,.. . . uy .iir. r. j. .ugeni.oi iuhik.-imj n Tho turmers or mis community arrangements aim mm n n...... ui DinilPV. ol Partington, chnlrmnn of VU bo prepared to make better v........ are very busy sowing wheat, making city and county olllcials upon whom i Journalistic Snipers. Hctiooi Sunday I ho Conference four than over before. nor- Friday morning, the Loulsvfllo ljlt4 m...i.i nr.wiilpil and made several At night the Anniversary attendance was compulsatory, tho molasses and cutting corn. ELLIS. MILLING CO. of the lto.ird of Missions Attyr fconu.vlce lalfis. Mr. T. II. Graham and family are Stanley .crowd Tuesday night was not Courier Journal carried an announceshert practical M. Thomas ' visiting relatives' in Muhlenbiirg larger than tho crowd that heard ment that Col. Morrow would speak , ..llrownsvlllo Cops'. service bv Uev. Hubert Lear. Bishop was held. Dr. Prank Introdilced and made the .made the prlnclplo address and over county this week. The two" games of baseball,' which- Morrow Saturday night. Mprrow's at tho Masonic Theatro Friday night. Atkins was hundred dollurs was raised for i the, wero the chleiitractlons at the wus a testimonial to tho The afternoon Times carried Miss Edith Ashby of Lone Star ", kmi.miI address. Tills "v tiiiiitttit s,i.,.i,iv ....--- , Mistakes will Morgantown fair laBfweek. resulted mot.1 valuuble ad-- 1 the causo. On Sunday at the same announcement. the wat turned home Sunday from u week's man and his cause, before the odlst church there was a love feast visit with Miss Simla Robinson. delivered iIiuli. n In attention and enthusiasm tho sometimes occur In the best regu- - U victory for Drownsvllfever HarU 'comparison was marked. To quote luted ofllces but after the first edl- - ford. The first game by tho ycoro Hlshop Atkins was for-- . service and ordination of deacons' lonfcivme. Mr. Will Robinson and sister. whlrh Bishop Atkins preached. tlon of tho Times, that oillco was 0f n to i, and tho second Cto'3. Aftt t merlv Secielnrv of the General Sun-aftchurch at lione. Star tho Louisville Evening Post, " waa Ideal and thorp Shula attended, weutlier ' enco to another speech delivered by notified ot It's error but refused to ager Caseblcr says ho lost because .Board and Is an authori-jTh- o d.iv School tv'on the biiblect. Ills remarks wero.as an immense eongrepatlou pres- Miss Katlo Russell has gone to Mr. Stanley Jn Louisville, May 20th, correct It. and the Saturday edition Brownsville made moro scores thau I ii the nfternodn a Memorial .ivnimi nininlv to the magnltudo eiu Illinois to become n nurse In the his speech here Tuesday night wus of tho Courier Journal aud Times his team did. Ho says that they held at the same place. nd imporlnrice ef tho work. After, service was iso "characteristically vltuperatlvo made, no mention of tho Morrow- jU8t tuck tholr toes In the ground night Rev. A. It. Knsev delivered Hospital. -- Mm" Mr .Tun. II Popper. Memphis. At Miss Ethel Hunley Is visiting rela- - and disgusting" that before he was speaking Saturday night. This con- aud whaled tho cover off the ball, Georgo It. Stewart, of .a powerful sermon. .At the Baptist tlves In Illinois. and Rev , (half through one third ot tho seats duct of these.' newspapers, following- They must have had a good team or Knosvllle." formerly, v, 1th Sam Jones, church Uev. II. B. Gilder preached Mr. II. D. Ross, of Hartford was 'on the lower floor of tho Masonic the Stanley frost, looks like a pre- they never could havo beaten thin Dr.U. U.."ojinS nl Thorpe, PlrUe,-- 1 Wlthrow, dweribed the work being done at at 11 a. m. and the guest of. his mirent, Mr. A. II. .Theatro were empty. Col. Morrow inedltnLeiLijftort to confuse tho pub- int-uMethodist' Assembly at Lnkej 7:0 p. m. At tjio Christian church llr.su Siuulliv. at the lato hour lie and discourage a hearing for Thompson, Welsh, Jones.-Garrett- , ihe closed his address 11 preaejled .' " but these Journalistic Snip- - Bn, Rold, Keown. Junalusku. The latter completely Kov. K. P. Goodson Shelley at Misses Edna and'Novla Ross vis - of 11 p. m., and not a single seat on In the a. m. and Uev. S. G.' : copAired the audience with jils racy - the lower floor of that same hall ers failed of their purpose und tho Red tholr unclerMr:(:A. II. Ross, Sunlevenlii" "''here.wajr-nlso.repfhlnMOIWUlW WILL UK. HERE OCT. J u wati ono of the 'JC'.'a wus empty. After tho close of Col. Morrow speaking " 'l0 .' by visiting mlnliteWlft thyarlous day. ThV fino'st Important feature of. a tnrong oi en- - lurjiiai. ...! .,,r.u nnthnithiiitlr. over 'It. YOU I'.WSlrf AttUKU. ' uu w.v Miss KtheirRUyell, who Is teaching Morrow's speech an,d Friday's bublnes session was the, churches 'at Ucavtir ara.Julpcal in her slstVWlaVev'lslted her uncle thuslastlc admlrprs were crowding ( held by "tho Republican party In the MISS IMS , " v; u"' veiee.'ion ot "io pl.fe "if intlne" fur .,-- .', HTATK IShlKH. . him. city or Louisville. 'urounil. hluu tpcougnUulute Mr. S. J. RoblnrMbnday night. - f- - -.,..v Miir. rriucxon anu rrann.u . It. , - --"- FOUNDWANTINO ' on tom-pcran- co k, ,' '' ani''f rer J, nM, ., i., " i .,., Skill-counter- the-statut- ( -- L nMA- .. .. ... I ,,.,. " ! en I - g ...... o. I " er w-- "'"" , nr..-i.ii,- .., i'mw Metl-odls- J , ni-i- 1 , i., i". .. ..... I -- ... ,s -- tax-paye- rs ..i..,,iv y 1 .!.. ...,.. ...n,.u.,.. '"""" I .... , ". , fr J er rcfer-Sunda- p: I g !..... , '"ri ,;"" iitt.o.Av Vr( - ih , mtmtH1tftwTfWr'fi S! Prohibition Town Torn mado excessive sacrlflco of her do- - ' Wide Open. mestlc duties to give her services to I! ing to women. He thought old Hall 'Holy Hoopeston,' known through- the State. paFollowing I a synopsis of (he Hip women out the Mlddlo West as the original Nolo 2. Thnt same net of the Lep , o per rend by Knv. I). S. Campboll of might be hungry and il nnd saloonless community, is again In the ,smturo Rnvo Mr. Hamlctt two field M Sacramento, Ky., on tho beginning brought him a bundle of fodder they look the bit out of old Hall s limelight. Tho last "gin mill" was l Inspectors nt one thousand" a year $ Methodism In America end Hartof slipped the bridle back run out of Holy Hoopeston in 1870. each, nnd he gnve one of theso In ford as a center of influence! for mile? mouth and to the collar and there ho was eatAccording to the Cincinnati inquirer spectorships to Mr. O. V. Oilbcrt, n nround: Why ctnrrlmcnl' V.'l or your bouse or ham burns down you ing apples and cracking Jokes with this burg "Is the throes of a moral, clerk in his olllce. Mr. Gilbert was ? . t n conference at Leeds In Kng-lan- d Insuro ought to loci rutm thnt loss will lie puld. Why not women when, ns tho devil would social, and political upheaval," pro already holding a clerkship at 1,- tho in 1772, at tho suggestion of busl- X with ntt old estnlillrlit'ti company that has been doing 00 n 'ear nni1 lln8 slco held both have It I suppose, old Hall got scared clpltated by one d woman Wesley, Thos Kuuklti wns clioscn to ness in this country for ninny years and ban never had to ho nuod In and away ho went. They all holleroffices nnd drawn two salnrles, to- a superintend tho church work in tho ed "woah" but JJall didn't mind them with an eloctrlc flnshlnmp und Imp) RCtllCr With Rllt'lKllllC II order to collect tho loss? Prompt nnd courteous with all of Us nice nil 111 fur It la until Hint nmr.i7.lnn iilatnl. nnBllpml ... .......... promising Held of America, aeorgc !...... .. I.I. il... ,....! I. .....I.. I .....I jwu ..i m ........... nf .. i iiniiiinurn. uisuru wun iiiu , imiiiiuiiiui mi ...tit and Just then the basket of apples activities have forced tho resignation' 'raveling expenses. Ills traveling Stindford accompanied lilm and in turned over and scared him worse "square deal" In case of Are. I expenses were: 1773 thoy landed In Philadelphia. and worse. In the next place his of the entlro pollco forco nml set the Why Insure with nn Owensboro man when you have a man hero J city council at loggerheads. The En-- 1 venr principle scats First Thoy soon visited the r.si.r.r. at home who can nnd will give you Just ns good, If not better? a ild hat Hew off and sailed like iiruciu reuiis us iohowh: Sccoud year of Mrlliodlsni and found Hint there tnizrard scaring the horse still worse. Muin'i Practice the old Idea "Let the home man havo your business." I Tho woman Is Mrs Agnes Frlslnger discipline. They Third year . had been a lack of 1.007.04 will uppreciato It und spend the money that you pay me hero at stump nnd the With her pocket Hash lamp t last ho struck a and her found seven preachers nnd count of ild man got one of tho highest falls home. pistol Mrs. Frlslnger bus so terrified Soon Hankln re- .... 11C0 members. Total . $2,602.!, I I am prepared to write lire Insurance on nnv and nil kinds of mill ..v nml wi iv mo s.n.i uiin hpnlin lilu l.nr m.. lirt . J & v . rtvui evildoers that the toughest charactturned 1) i:iif,laud hut not before lie Is lame yet." farm property on the live year Installment, three uar rash, or one Note the arithmetical progression ers, according to Mayor I. K, Merrltt, Imcl itmnd In Pram-IAhur t'.w enr cash plan. I have the agency Tor the Continental Insurnnro In Mr. Gilbert's expense account. The narrative does not tell waht run when thoy see her coming. right uiiiu to superintend Methodism Company. Note 2. Mr. Hnmlett's expense ne- Hlsliop did for Kdge. Mrs. Frisitigcr wns made city maSoonfc. tonferenco was he In America. When In need of Insurance call me or drop me a card and I will i James Axley who was elected a tron of the "Holy City," as Hoopes- 'count for those samo years wero: held mid one of the puzzling ques-lioSincerely yours, For the school year ending June' J ho "en the Job" Immediate!. delegate to the genera! conference In ton Is called, early in May, following w..a, "What shall we do with 19 III. n.'tir.4S. OTTO C. MARTIN. uur preachers who do not free their lSl'J ofTered the following resolu- the formation hero of a woman's 'SO. For the sell Mil year ending Junui tion: Ilesolvcd that no stationed or vigilance body, known a. "The Com- TIM was answered by Aslaves''" ,'.0, 1911. :t,2:iC.l!i. bury who said, "Let us try those In 1('ral Preacher shall retail spirituous mltll,e of Fm... ' ,,urc aro Mrs Frislngor's most' Por lJ10 R,,(,0, uar t'M,l,llR J,,l(' Virginia another year and suspend or ma,t ,,mor wl",0llt forfeiting his WW Delaware, ' ministerial cb"Meter anmnc us" It striking achievements to date. nil tlio-iin Maryland, ""; ,i'1" -- -" was sent to the table several times "' ,,,u ,"""ul '" "eiiieer i:ris,j Pennsylvania and New Jersey." She has forced the resignation of expense account readi Uoiijnui in Ogdcn wns sent to Ken-- 1 and then It was bnally put to n vote Pollco Chief W. J. l)lon and the en- Mr. Ilumli-tt'ed the startling sum of $r!ii! 70, or tucky In 17S0 to Introduce Method-- j and lost. Again in 1 S 1 G lie went ns, tire force under hi in. ism here. I hno his autograph and l delegate and offe'red the same reso-Sho has raided two Rambling a sum equal to Hi. 2.1 a da Note 1. Mr. Hnmlett's expense uc- -' it is written in capitals. HK.V OGDFN Im ion and this time It was pnsscd hout.es, siugle-liaudennd arrested ly !!'e conference. Some of us were six gamblers at I lie point of a gitil count at Pudttrnh one da. $2S.ri There was a great religious revival Note 5. .Mr. Hamlett collects from in tlie snnlhorn part of tho State in anxious that the century of Axley's She has compelled twenty or mory resolution, 101;, should see the State ?ii.00 expenses nt the' ccn-nrmon to "marry the girl" and has the hitter part of the rlghtcnth Ilermltnge. at Nashville. Tonn , and voted dry, bi't like Axley's nnd it swept northward to the similar engagements. resolution In IS 1 2 It Ins been tabled ?J...r.O at the Sinton Hotel, Clneln-- 1 Oiideu It Ohio tiwr ver quicU Sho has thrown certain "free-and- nati. Hesultlng Improvement to the behind many relatives and descend- for the present but 't will not down. rpsy cliques in "cluli society ot . .... , ....vv.u ants and some of them arc residents' It wil come to a vote and Kentucky the town Into a panic of appreheu- - wfllftntu il Tiititiiioumi .. ..! )!!. i 4llV( will be dry some time. not appended to ouchers. of Owensboro now. slon. Axley had a qri at avorslon to ' , ' Districts began to he established This was a bad place when I ' Note 0. Had $500,00 worth of pri-slavery and would not open tho doors and' in 1MI I the Cumberland district j ccme bore." said Mrs. Frlslnger. "It :,,e ra'1'""" "no wjiu picture or was established and it extended north of ,ho church If he thought a slavc-fro- Is enoucli'now. "but much' im- -' so" ""'Braved thereon. Forced bj " opinion of Attorney General to re Natchez. Miss., and included Itolder wanted to Join. Ho wus also proved, I assure you. " Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois, or bitterly opposed to the use of tobac . "There are too many good lookiu riinil tlie amount. tho territory that now compose those co, often quoting this rhyme: Note . Mr. Hamlett charged great widows in tills town 2"i of 'thehi. Tobacco is an Indian weed. I MtiiiVi-.i...- . Plates. i IlllUlber of toucher a !im nf Si", fill fur trniMtviiinn ' ,. ,..,, ; , ,.,. ' , On August 17 and IS. 1S04. a And from the Devil does pm,-- . inn,OJ Dill Branny: LonJ Wearing quarterly meeting was held at Cham n sl,0',,! a "omnn. burns her clothes, ter how discreet they may be. " linding his ronduct was about to be llrowdi-r' near Pond river on the Al"1 makes r. chimney of her nose exposed is mailing checks refunding, j "Tho worst trouble Is not all In I,e aIi preached against Masonry THE INSTALLATION of road from Greenville to Madisonvllle. either. The high- - "" at least, of these illegally charg because o(. its secrecy. He was also the The presiding elder was Lewis Gar- ,''1 iveiisociety bunch in the clubs 'Iroas in women. Placed once Jinl's ' 'rett and there were twelve other ''r'1 Note S. Man and wife are one, but Walker,'1'.' llis presiding elder to let in the needs watching too. Some of that ministers present: Jesse crowd carry on something scandal- - In the case of Superintendent Ham- -' Miles Harper, Joshua Darncs, Thos. sood and keep out the bail he turned ' several women back who had frills ouh. There's a clique they call "The lett and llis wife the "one" manages Tnvlor. James Hxlov. Moses Phelns. j and llxius on. At last a woman, Wifotraders.' It's pretty hard to get to draw two salaries from tlie State! Wiley Ledbe'ttor, Joshia' Moure I the goods on the crowd, but I'm Treasury. . Travis, lienj-.- ' Parker, Taylor Wiiin-- whom 'he knew to be pious came to right on the Job. I'll clesn this Note 9. For a detailed account ot l' the discovery tlut I3loy. Tills ho door with tlie lirst furs on her town up finally." 13 invaf:al!y folloxx-cSuperintendent Ihinilett's Vice nudi the nppuintment that he hail ever seen and after scan of er"'irl bill.' f r ribbonj arc mticli 1cm than bethe record in that oltlci see Kepiibli an ' ning her for a time he said, "Go in 3i.e Walker for the Har'ford fore. A h 'jc orroration recently found j CmiMlpntion Cured Oierniglit. Campaign Handbook. sister, catskiiis and all." 1U- had this charge however, A small dose of Note 10. Mr. Hamlett is" that its riLbju expense wis cut in two. Two of Hartford's presiding eljoinfly with the Livingston one. This i not an accident It i tlie result of ders wero elected to the episcopacy. and you enjoy a lull, free, easy bowel the people to endorse this record Throujrb thb Inllitenre of the Rev. movement in the morning. No grip- - lecting him Secretary ol State K. tbc mcbanical construction that makes the Thos. Taylor and ot'iers successful They were McKetidrie and Morris. is Podophyllin Sun. Other preachers of this place in iag, for rexivals bad been hold and many bad L. G. Smith G? Bros, cheapest to maintain. were: John (May Apple) without the gripe. Kone joined the church. This resulted In lllt! lla's 1(' corrects the caiiM- of ConstiWhen ll.ili) Has The Cioup. The ball bearings jji'- -s touch and elimi:iatf the organization of Goshen church, Smith. Wm. Allison. Nathaniel Tal-tw- n pation by arousing the Liver, increas pounJinf! imp-ict- . When mother Is awaktned frmr 'llic rihln ij acttutnl by tlie Hirem Kel-f- o miles of Hartford.. This is said "tt. Georgo McNollly, ing tlie Mow of bile. Pile is Nature's sound sleep to (mil her child who iia- carriaj.-- . not i!.; typr bir. The ribbon liavebci'n'llio llratehurcii orgahix jlums, Tluw Taylor, John" antiseptic in tlie bowels. With prop- - C0ll(. t0 i,, apparently in the best ' is autjiiiiatu. o that t!i ribbun revcr.--e at the inDaviess. Thos. Stevens. I in the County of Ohio. Soon aft- stant the onil ia lvaji.-c- l ami wuhout aaded strain. - Phipps and Joo Miller but I refer er amount of idle, digestion In bowels of health struggling for breath, she or Delhel and Nocreel: rhurch.No gas, no fermentation. is naturally alarmed. Yet if sho can ' ou to a small book by Judge L. P. is perfect. were organized. The organizations Low ribbon cist. Lw cost of miintcnance and great re- Little, of Owensboro, for more per- no Constipation. Don't lie sick. "cr". keep her presence of mind and give of these churches followed a the b.lu-a-t tbrc are guaranU-c-J to o... ,rru.wiie. uei a i.oiue ot ro-- chamberlain's Cough lteniedv everv vival held by the Presbyterians and sonal information. L. C Smith G Bros. usc. x your Druggist now and tPI1 mi(es until vomting is prodi.c-- , from Owensboro does not appear in tlie the Methodists. These churches he- vnnr dmcHt.n f lin itv, .rtitr.lt t 1 ed. nutria rf.lli.f ivtll fitllutt- - .111.1 tit..- ' DEMONSTRATION I OR THE ASKING ..... ...... ...11, micame the nucleus of a line religious list of monthly preaching places un- Plir child will drop to sleep to awaken In influence that lias spread all over til February 2."), 1S2G, at which time Do You ltiiy Any Cheaper. L. C. SMITH &" BROS. TYPEWRITER C? tho Hartford circuit had only thirty-si- x 10 morn,llK ils W( as t,vir T,,,h this county and even farther. llomi OffUt and Factory. SYRACUSE. N. Y. The Underwood Tariff law reduc- - remedy has been in use for many preaching places scattered over At tho session of tlie Western vn.nrc D ran c Let in All Prmeiyl Citi ., .. , ............ (1IIVVlC.li ri.i..i.. held in 1S04 when the Hart- :i- territory nnw rovereil liv :it least ed the TarltT on- suizar fine rent :i .......u ...... imir.irtti Bttnn.uu Will. 1111 I pound. Next January it will be re- - able everywhere. pastoral charges. ford district (lr.st appears on the list twenty-liv- e Ill Main Street CINCINNATI, OHIO. Hi in lsiy uev. win. Hart who Had tiueed anotner cent. Do you get Hi' re was no bishop present a:nl Win. WIKoii Kondrie presided. Tlie Hartford been a successful itinerant preacher your sugar any cheaper? Not on 3T That is an Interesting rumor pub-- ' district then numbered 1105 whites lor "several years located near Hart- - your tintype; that is what tlie Sugar ford and did much by his piety and i Trust gets for making the light for llslied by the Washington Star Unit and I f blacks. ' President Wilson, looking to the end i Itev. Thos. Taylor, to whom the talents to build up Methodism in all free sugar. .Meat Is now on the free list and. of the war and the revival of Kit- -' rhurcli here owes so much, was tho this section of Kentucky. One of : . ....w.. tin ninit trttct .... lutttii.! ..il i.i.. ...u ...v.b ....... .mi ..Hi..,,,, mi it... ' iifiiau ..1.1 father of the late H. J. Taylor of I 1st Knns., Ifi.nrv TTnrtv .. i,,u ... ....... niiijiiiiuiil ,n I111H LIIIHItrj, ll the Harllord liar and lie was tlie fifty years ago in Owensboro; was n meat they want free from Central i "anlng toward Protection. Hi CAR-LOA- D grandfather of Mrs. Thompson Mit- successful teacher and christian gen- - and South America, but do you buy Ibos. It Is uild the nolltlcal nil. meat any cheaper? When you chell, if Owensboro, and Mrs. Gris-wi- tleman of the highest order. do '; tans of t( ' m tnll tli i ONpleaso call around and let us know. Ueji ibllcans in suoli an nint but the1 of Grlssoms landing, both ol Coal is nnw on tlie free list, j revision upward will be urged on the whom were members of my Ilr.s' charge in IS OS. iii.iuitH hi nun. u.car uimerwooii, nomocracy, not on the plea of pro-- 1 ' FOR FLETCHER'S In 1 SOU and millions of dollars have been ' tectlon but on the necessity for rev- - J New car load of American Fence Wire. Write us for Special there had been such 1 changes ill the districts that Hartlost to American coal miners nnd eiiue to meet the new plans for the Pricen. Quick Shipments. ford circuit then reported only 1100 mine owners. Now please tell us national defense. f Taiilf Itai-- MiiM (in l'p To Stay. In how much cheaper you bought your' The Republicans will introduce a' Win. MeKendrl' h embers t . Tlwi Toi-lt'" ",l- "'"' was presldini; elder and ISenjamin '" tt tlw,- ,..t.. ,11. ...-- !. i.... coal. last winter than you did before. new Tariff bill in the coming session I FORDSVILLE PLAINING MILL COMPANY '" . Incorporated e factor lor the prosperity When ,. ,)Uy j.ollr coal. t,8 wlnttr Bdgo and Samuel Sellers were Hart,,. Tlu. I ,.rotcctve WilHon, Mgr. FORDSVIULP KY ford preachers, and Jesse Walker ind the full dinner pall. The war k.aso come in and tel us how much tration will bo obliged to take up .... ..,. ,.,B in. i wtr had been sent as a missionary to the line? tint llti lti u tii tin .ui., u..v mi. pneapt-revenue legislation to meet current than you formerly paid. whole of Illinois. At the drst gener- safety of tlie country demandH per Colllnsville (Ala.) Courier. expenses. If the President's attl- tlie al conference held in 1S0S McKon-ilrl- e maiieut barriers to prevent I tudc is correctly forecasted, Tariff wns muck- - a bishop. At a con- dumping of all kinds of foreign man- - Uormiiiiieiiils ChunihcilalnN CoiikI i revisions upward might bo nearer unit law at th e end of the session." , t!on candidate and Stanley the Wlils- ference held soon after he iuked, "Is uiactures alter tnu war. and mere I Itemedy. than lias been supposed. Popular The following day tlie Post hand- - k,,)r candidate." i there anything against Profiler seems to be a very pronounced feel- 'Lust winter I used a bottle of opinion on this subject lias been ' Aug. 0. two da.s after Mr. Stanley ... Axley answered, "There is' Itlir til tlti--" li'itil it Inlollti.f,..! w... , tiiiamiierlaln's Cough Ueinedy for a swinging around. Just has several cd Mr. Stanley this one: BilKn?" '"" '""l " was nominated, tlie Post hut th- larilf bars go up to stay at , im(i bronchial cotiuh. I felt Its l.ene. niin.r lmrnln,. iutoU i., n, nnd then related tlie following amusinf.' "Out of Politics! I'd like to see "Mr. Stanley is on thosaid: be- -' ticket elections. ing story: "When Ilrother Icii( first the ne.i t.tTct inunedlately and before campaign. The war lias given a new tl10 ll'iuor men out or politics as long causo ho was selected by tho liquor We cannot expect normal prosper- - x ,,,, flnl,,1ClI tho ,)0ttIe , was cure.l. viewpoint. Wo came to this circuit lie all at once are a less Impulsive ns Stanley and I iivo. wns Judge Al- - people of two States to save their uniier existing conditions, hut i IH.vt.r tri of recomiuenilliiB this and more thoughtful people than a Ho Young's roncl mlcd that lie tmt have a gig derisive remark after tho business." . ... . my .. . n.ifili till lime Im iiriiwlm nutirnp tio ""-He was too poor to buy ono and " menus, writes .Mrs. year ago. There is less Hying to ex- - adjournment of u secret session of reineny in would give him ono. So 'ho con- .aontli closes, when the people will be William Hrlght. Ft. Wayne. Ind. Ob- - Irenes, much more 6f a disposition tho distillers last winter." cluded that lie would make one of Judge and Jury, and then the curtain talnnble everywhere. to tlud the happy medium. Pltts- The Post further expresses its congave him will fall on the worst pleco of legis his own. Ilrother Wintou burgh Dispatch. tempt for this candidate, to the tall a pair of hubs. I never could find lotion the present Tariff ever placed llnuilett With .Votes. of whoso baud wagon It is now clingnut where lie got the tires. Urother in our statute books. -- Fibre und KaIn offering the public somu notes ing in this expressive paragraph. fl llrniiiley gavu him tho wood. He has li He. on Hamlett we want It clearly un"The Louisville Times continues wagon top. Sister Ulack gave him f derstood wo are not dealing with to print stories of the largo crowd nnd old arm chair and he fixed it in- V Doctor'H Prescription for CouKh the Shakespearian character but with Flfty-ilv- e For Infants and Children typewriters. Lesthat assemble to hear Mr, A. O. Ampester gave An fo a seat. Ilrother Lough Treatment. ono Darksdalo Hamlett, present In Use For Over Years Stanley speak. Wo hope tho stories sons explained by Moving picto ono teaspoonful of erintendent ot Public Instruction Iiftrt a hide of leather to make his ture machine. Seven big Deare true. The more people thut m harness hut he is tho poorest har- Dr. King's Now Discovery, taken as and Candidate on the Democratic Always bears partments - qiinrtJiaml. g. the hear tho combniutlou ot demagogy ness waiter you ever saw and made needed, will soothe and check Coughs ticket for Secretary of State. Signature Telegraphy. Slenotypy, vituperation that make up Mr. and even the bridle. He got Colds and tho more dungerouH Uron- a bud Job of Nte i. i l9l4 u K0er0U8 iokIh. Music1 Primary Normal. Stanley's speeches tho less remote rt cvi-rtiling ready and started out. As cliial and I.ung Ailments. You cau't laturo Increased Mr. Humletfa teachers. becomes tho danger of his nominaModern equiplining by old Sister Dabblt's, to take the risk of aerloua 111- - ary by 1,C00 a year und provided he whs Koine Post Opinions of .Stanley. ment. Posltlun tion." assured. vho had several old girls about the ness, when so cheap atd simple a him with an allownnco of S2.oon .. Write for catulogite. The Louisville Kveulug Post, which July 27, this samo Louisville livwho wero kind to preach-- 4 remedy us Dr. King's Now Discovery year additional clerk biro. house and Mr. Ham- - is now loyally supporting Mr. Stan ening Post, friend of Uockham and rs. lie stopped before tho door and Is obtainable, tlo to your Druggist lett proceeded to go the Legislature j ley. said of htm no longer ago than the county unit luw, said: Daviess Co, get a bottle of Dr. King's Ne wuh proud of lit gig. He would not nm. it..i,.r nn.i rnriii..r i. .,...... .i 1.College i.,i.. n. "Judge O'Dohcrty .sums up the pet nut and tl.M uoiii'in and girls Discovery, start tho treatment at own Income by appointing "Wltti Mr. Stanley for Govern. wlfoi his Incorporated candidates accurately when ho says (nine out to tulk to him and they OWKNHUOUO, KV. 7 t0 tne S.000 position, and Mr. Ham- - and Edwards for Lieutenant Cover- - that McDermott is tho county unit VroiiBht him a basket of apples to; wiinf and euro obtained i leu uas uever insisted tuut. tils wife lor'what would bo left of tho county candidate, McChesuey the l'rohibl- 11 iinl n Center of Methodic eat wlillo ho was talking to them. And old ns ho is he was fond of talk- Original Farm ..- n s u r a nc e : yi-.- gray-linlrc- ft t t j .... 1 I s t J hj J '""' " I y Ken-ucK- se-er.- tl Reducing the Cost of i Upkeep I ! J 1 m I vvl.'tr'.t-ii".iVV".- -- I s lower-quarter- s, - L. Co Smitk d &9 Bros. I I ypewnters 1 -- cir-c-u- if. o - ht ' - li-l- if ' I , J1' I ' Do-La- .,.-.- .. .... ( I con-fT'iic- -e .. . ' l'r Era T t !. I SPECIAL tr-m- -- I Children Cry CASTO R A s old-tim- j t , Farm Drain Tile azd Sewer Pipe '.. PRICES ! : 17 "l''h . ! ( .. ,,,. l.iit!.... Joke I I ww t t b-- ... l , ly ... -- I I CASTO RIA 30 I 11 OIL I Hook-keepinKX-pe- th sal-affo- rd 1- Jus, fifTm. Mr. Ilnmictt'ft ItW MlrltBry. t Economy nnd Klpcwhoto In this Issno of The Lender a slnft enrrcspondent prosentB another lntiVBtlnB chapter with rcN vrsneo to tho conduct of thu ofneo of .Superintendent of Public Instruction "liy Mr. HnrkBdalc Hnmlctt. Mr. Hnmlctt displays cnniddcrahlf Irritation because of tho repeated rrltlclHiiiH of his official actionn, hut ho Ih h public servant and n candidate for further fnvora at tho hands of hlo nnd ho should rourt tho fullest possible discussion or his stowardnhlp, especially bo In vluw of his Btntement, thus early, that ho will no the mnn. who. four years from now "Will whip hell out of Morrow." In inakliiR this ptisltho nnnmtnco ment of his candidacy for the i;rent olllcc of (Inventor of Kentucky Mr. Hnmlett presupposes two things: first, that Mr. Morrow d ttilB 3iwr, nnd secondly fbat Hr. llaiiiiutt win mi iiiiii.ii..... .. ernor li his party in lniy. Tho t......ir -- i .u. .i....i.. if mf 4.i .i... mliiR election Is concerned, but It will tuko great pleasuro in nsslstlng h m In every possible way to bring ..- mill ma iuiiiijiui mil iff vtUViTUUr 'a runt tilt iiniili...ll..n felow-cltlzenfl FARMER'S WIFE TOO 1LLT0 WORK A Weak, Nervosa Sufferev Restored to Health by Ly- - dk EL Pinkh.m'. Vef- - ctable Compound, Kanot, Minn. "I am glad to nay that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound haa dona v" ntL . ........ rum iiuw. Mr. Ilamlott'H office is not the 'only one connected with tho preHcnt administration of affairs at Prank- fort which offer, an Inviting field for examination and dlBCUsslon. but II is well to complete one task before entering upon another. J. last chapter refers to tho is- The aulng of llfn certiflcateB to common 'school teachers who had boon in ' twenty years or more. of-ffl- co . i I I Tho last Legislature authorized of Public 'the Superintendent to Issue thesn certificates, different nerson. I lielicvc there is nothing like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound for weak women and and IymM hc Rm, if T 2B Ontn. younR could influence anyone to try the medi- T)r. King's New Life Pills are now cine, for I know it will do all and much su,,p,,od in d glass bottles, tm Hf b l.tmn,1 mx. ! u mwic uicui ivio viaimcu mi .) " mm. rnnlaltlltlC 36 sugar coated white pIllB, for 2oC Ono pill with n glass trMtt Pirm. Kmnfii ' Minn " of water before retiring is an average Women who suffer from 'those din- dose. Kasy and pleasant to take. treasinic ilia peculiar to their box should and positive in results. b convinced f the ability of Lydia E. Effective K ttl pinpoand to re- - Cheap and economical to ubc. Get a store their health by take a dose many genuino bottle ud truthful tontlmonialii we are con- - your Constipation will be relieved In staath poblbMng in the newspapers 36 for 2Cc, at all the morning. 1 dnnltt Druggists. E. PlaVliam'a Vetret- tlw MGamamdwlll helu toil write . ... MaNter Commlssioaer'H Hale. j -- . . .' tv ijyaiaK.mnKnABimieaicineuo. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. letter will be peaed, Lcman Newton Plaintiff, well-corkc1 to-da- y, ht I aaL I tfil mntA E. Pinlchnm'8 Voirea table (Jompounu, antinow I leoi like a m a moro for mc than anything oho, ami I had the best physician here. 1 was so weak and nervous that I could not do my work ami suf- fcrcil with pains low down in my Tight side for jewor Mr. Stanley nays: 'Aft-c- r utilizing tho neniccs of the Hon. E. T. Franks, my accomplished While approving of tho billion-dolla- r loan as n. means of "providing friend, Mr. Edwin Morrow, can well foreign credits In settlement of a be called tho Goliath of tho Republitrade balanco estimated at over $1,- - can party, for he has utilized ns an r00,000,000," tho Investment Hank- offensive weapon the jawbone of nn ers' Association of America, nt their ass." It will be news to most llible read-or- s recent convention In Denver, did not to learn from Mr. Stanley that hesitate to ro on record as to tho great disaster which Free-Trad- o was Goliath was the biblical character curtain to bring upon the country who Blow tho Philistines with the hut for the nhnorraal conditions crat-- 1 Jaw bono of the ass. s We tako It that "through tho enormous foreign In the nomenclature of drinks, cockdemand for the products of American tails, fizzes, highballs, and etc., Mr. farmB and factories and the resulting Stanley Is an adept but he errs when Increased demand for labor." Thcso he takes a chance on quoting from Kentucky Sun. plain statements of fact arc embod- tho Holy Scriptures. ied In tho resolutions adopted by tho convention. It is well that tho truth harm For Sale. Bhould come from so authoritative a ICO Acres on Ilartfc.-nnd Rockpor The bankers well know road, 1 2 rulles from llrnadway and Bource. ithat, as their resolutions recite, at 2 miles from Hock port. Schoolhouse the tlmo tho Kuropcan war broke on sdge of farm and church near. out tills country was threatened with Three roads pass dwelling house ft ..nnnncln nmt n(istrni crsS 0f which Is on Hartford It. F. D. No nn n'most unparalleled nature." And 4 Most of laud perfectly lool. Any nflfiw t li e tirn """ irrt ulinll """ "" "" ""' nnila "" """" lintrn on,-- desiring to purchase farm will do Much ft crisis In full force unless a woll to InvesUgatjc. Price reasonaProtective tariff comes to tho rescue, ble. Apply for further information to BAltNETT & SON, Agunts. Thlrrv-Nt-x "For CHbIs Will Como When tho 2E itho War scriptures. KniR I Idle Funds Represent X Lost Interest n t T a If you had n machine that yon rould operate fit day in nnd day out, would you not count time It stood idle? Your money in good money-making at a good pro- - as, a loss the Invested In In- tieresi 4 J ? J " ? machine. our certificates ef deposit or on saving account, It enrns every uuy ui uie ween, every wcuii ui me uiuuim month of the year. - bum J ' d t t Central Trust Company Cor. 4th and Fredcrlca. KNOWN EVERYWHERE as the SAFE and RELIABLKI1ANK Remember, we give you absolute security and pay you the best rate of interest. KyfcTtlieHllirlitit syi resd aad ataswered hy m woanaa, al ImIA la strict ooafldeace. ttttxxU Tor Yar TB. y every eight minutes and of sale of The'Ohlo Circuit Court, renwhatever In connection there- tiroakhiK up ono family for every dered term, 191C, in the with. Superintendent IlHtnlett.liow-eve- r, liour.-nnleaving In its trail millions above cause for the sum of $225, proccded to charge theso veter- or its victims writhing In slavery, with Interest at tho rate of 6 per cunt an teachers 5.00 per certiflcatn to languishing in prisons, In Insane per antrum from the 25th day of NoneyluniH, In hospitals and in eternal cover "clerical expenses." vember, 1013, until paid and the This was n pretty heavy choree for death a scene that Should stir every further sunrof J4.2G with llko interclerical expenses for such a pimple 'Christian and true citizen of tho na- - est from tho 24th day of May, 191C. duty Mr. Hnmlett appears to have Hun to'riso'np with ono accord and and eosts herein, I will offer school funds for various and sundry speedily drivo this deadly enemy for sale by Public Auction at the other expeiifies. hut he felt compell-'- d from tho land. Court House door In Hartford, on We rejoice in the awakening of Monday, to call npon the teachers to bear the 18th day of October, this burden out of their meagre In- the churches in America to decisivo 1915, about one o'clock p. m upon comes. Later on. It Is truo he he-c- uctinn against this destroyer and a credit of six and twelve months refunding theso fancy fees, but that through the cooperative work the following described property, to- n league, Uiu Wonot nntil a great deal of complaint of tho wit: had been made about what seems to man's Chrlbtian union and other Two tracts of land near Fordsvllle, tcnipcranco organizations extraordl- - Ohio County Kentucky, have been n species of extortion. situated and suggested in tho correspond- - nary progress is being made toward A 'hounded as follows: nice, should Mr. Humlett he elected a "'salootilcss nation and a stainless Tractl. !DcginuIng at a stake corSecretary of State, and following his j flag." With the recent victory in ner to J. 11. Westerfleld and Clay line of reasoning, ho may tako a no- South Carolina nineteen states arc "Edwards; then with Westerner's tion for example to collect an extra now enrolled In tho dry column, and lino "2,iE. 70 poles to a stone on fee from owners of automobiles for Ohio, Montana, South Dakota, Vertho north side of a small branch; sending motor licenses by mall, in- - mont and tho territory tT Alaska theu S. 6C E. 33 and two third poles state-wid- e prohibl- stead of dellvcrlnu them ny'hand, or will vote on tho to center of crossing In west line of something else juet as ridiculous, :tlun In the next fourteen months, l.'C.'R.'H.; then with said line of R. whether the law so'spoclfies or not. At least fifty per cent of tho people II. in n N. W. Direction to the Wash In other words Mr. Ilamlett would of our nation and seventy one per ington 'Station road; thence with said havo the government idivlded into cent of our entire territory Is now road about west to land of Clay Ed four divisions, the Legislature, the under prohibition law. Of the one wards (excluding a 1V acre lot here Executive, tho Judicial mid the Su- - hundred twenty counties in tofore conveyed) then with Edwards of "rotating" may .tucky .one 'hundred six are dry., and lino about S. 7 W. 60 poles to the beI dually carry him along. wo believe that any fair test of the ginning, containing 34 acres, more Mr. ilamlett nlso IWrea that It ' sentiment of the voters of tho State or less. is nobody's business whether ho pays w HI show an overwhelming majority beat Tract 2, beginning $2.00 a day or $1.00 a day out off In favor of Stato wide nnd nation ginning 'corner of tract 1. then west - wide prohibition and wc heartny Join the State's funds for hotel nccom72 poles to a stone corner to II. C. limitations. in the cooperative effort of the united S. 94 poles - church, ns represented in tho Antl- - Crow; then with this line This utterance Is respectfully reto two white oaks; then east 49 forrcd to the taxpajers of Kentucky Saloon league devoting our time, our poles to J. IJ. Westerfield's corner; "for such action as they may deem services and our money to tho work then with his lino N. 10 E. 93 ' proper to tako" on the morning of until this Is accomplished. poles to the beginning, containing Tho Uonrd of Trustees, tho llead- November 2nd, which will bo elec- abont 30 acres, and being part of quarters committee nnd Dr. N. A. tlon day. Lexington Ucadar. the laud conveyed to C. II. Whitler Pulmer, State Superintendent of Oie by Delila Whitler et. al.. by deed n league hnve confronted, I"or IndlgcMlon. 6, 18S7, and of record - dated October Never tako pepsin nnd prepara this year, a most complex nnd tryin tho Ohio county clerk's offlco deed tlons containing pepsin or other di- - tug situation nnd dealt with it In a book 5, pago 491, or sufficient theregestlvo ferments for indigestion, ns masterful manner. Great credit in of to produce the sums of money orthe moro you tako tho moro you will this matter. Great credit Is due Dr. dered to be made. c statcsnian-tonihnve to take. What Is needed Is n Palmer for his Tho purchaser will bo required to like hamberlaln'H Tablets Hint nfce leadership, in executing their execute bond with approved securwill enablo tho stomach to perform policies. ity immediately after sale. This work of redeeming the Stato its functions naturally. Obtainable This 2Sth day of September, 1915. . from everywhere. rum's rule and ruin Is as dellERNEST L 11IRKHEAD. Icato nnd dlvlno ns tho work of lead- Master Commissioner. Itcport of Committee on Temperance, nB BOuls to Christ and requires tho 11EAVR1N & KIRK, The wisest nnd best Informed men sumo Divine guidance and power, Attorneys. 12t3 f nil nations, leaders In Church and Recognizing tho necessity for tho havo long recognized tho bev- - united effort of all tempernnco forces Stato orago alcoholic liquor trafllc, as tho 0f the Stato wo pledgo our prayers, FOR FLETCHER'S groatcst cxlbtlng c,urse to immunity. our sympathy nnd our cooperation to The Czar of Hues;- -, savo nls testl- - our faithful superintendent, Dr. a. with great emphasis to this ,nPri nmi ,8 eolaborers Including Stanley Shoots a Hoonierang. fact, when, with ono btroko of his our own itev. John O. Smlthson. Mr. Stanley, in his Louisville y0 recommend tho reappointment pen, ho banished tho liquor tralllc( from his realm at tho cost of tho 0f h0Vb. C. F. Wlmberly, U. G. Kooto, speech, Indulges In a wealth of ridi government of moro than a million j, Lyon, A. It. Knsey and T. U cule, nt the expense of Hon. E. T. dollars a day, and, after this expen- - jrulgo ito represent the .Louisville Franks for nn alleged blunder In n slvo prohibition had been tried a yeur Conference on tho Hoard of Trustees. quotation from Shakespeare. Perhaps Mr. Franks blundered In quoting tho In tho midst of a costly, bloody con- - w0 uIso recommend the reappoinGermnny nnd Austria, tho mout 0r u,0 rt0v. John 0. Smlthson prince of English literature. Wo do ted with not know. There are many slips of n authentic statement Is given out Hint n8 nold secretary of tho tongue in public addresses, but utter financially. David Lord George league. pays all Shakespeare's plays, though a J.. It. SAVAGE, Ch'm'n. rhnncellor of tho exchequer of Kng helpful, aro not an Indispensable facWo are fighting GerIh F. ATKINSON, Sec. land, said: L tor In fitting ono for tho larger duties many Austria and drink and so far of lifo. Hut there. Is a book read, Chronic Constipation. greatest of thcso as I can see the "About two years ago when I be- - revered and honored of all men, and three deadly foes Is drink." of Amerl- - gun using Chamberlain's Tablets 'I Ignorances of which dishonors and dls The cu, so wisely and well organized In luiil.bt'en Buffering for some time with credits, tho Holy Bible. In Mr. ov.ery stnto In the Union, has tab- - stomach trouble and chronic' constl-ulato- d Stanley's courso and vulgar tirade somo of the dmdlj- - work of patlon. My condition Improved rap-- , ttgahist Mr. Franks ho shows his tho liquor tralllc In tho United States Idly through tiro us"o of thebo tUUe.U. jgibVanco'of a book mightier and holfly; a 'sort of and has presented tho church and SInco taking four or five bottles, of ier, than Shakespeare's. appalling facts, thorn my health has been fine," Irony 6t fate In criticising a tko world somo against Mr. Franks he Yamptro, strong writes Mrs. John Newton, Irving, N. This imtnclyj shows bU Ignoranco of the Holy drink, Is destroying tho life of one Y. Obtainable everywhere bat mado no provision for fcny Chafl. JL Whitler, Defendant. IJy Tlrtao of a judgment nnd order ee Trade as a Dtaonrd CampeHr. An Indignant correspondent of the New York World f September 25 protests against the playing of national ulrb by the large number of German bands that Infest the streets of New York. lie considers It offensive to those of a neutral turn of mind and, he might have added, to those of a musical turn of mind "id aks. "Why don't they go to work?" Co to iwork where? Not in ractorles engaged in turning out munitions and other supplies for the enemies of Germany. That would he treason unthinkable. Dcsidts, musicians are not apt to Ik- - iw. tent mechanics. Then where shall they find work? There ds no work for them In mills and factories that are engaged in producing war supplies. All such industrial plants are either idle of else are running at 60 per cent, of capacity. No, the poor devils can And no other eniployluent and diecor''-rthan Free Trade has reduced them to that necessity. horn-blowl"' g. ' Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. 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, therer fore, reservations should be made early. of . FUee your son in tbia select gioup ' , boye. Write aj & J MATHENEY & BATTS 5 For catalogue and information. Box A. ill Farm, Near Whltesvllle, For Sale. We have listed with us a good 108 miles South of farm 4 Whltesville, about halt of it bottom land, and forty acres in timber including US gum, besides various other trees. No buildings. See us for prices. BARNETT & SON, Agents. an acre Anti-Saloo- i I J 1&Q-M-- E ijfri'' v .. i .v(r ij fJSftt and their ehancct of .;.v.i.v z' ' For Velocity- to take Accuracy are willing 4' Ja.'..fcJ vBaaaMf The Steel tindd o.ri'.Hi ucnrrn citrv v ZM$ A.t.Ae r J .' - Sporl-me- n Ot waKSHrawjawW J Baaflaar?4l9alavC vBaV "iYny time goodies use Calumet Baking Powdcrl My mother uses It she's tiled all others she's now the learned her lesson sticks .to Calumet m "Oneaualled Doughnut!" you want real HBaKagRll ".i?Cvi.-r5-.v. the steel lined "Sliced Shells." puts all tin- - forte of the Tlir rl Jlnms t'ip thr poil about explosion back of thr shot. Shorter lead, leu nlci raiirr lo trt llic "faft nntf." Co to tbr dealer uIiofIuiu llir KtJ Ball Xlark of Rtmintto VUCht mn fa yuii up riit Sold by your home and 3095 -iiucus-wo- nt certainty in their Shtlh. ort hut they "Arrow" and "Nitrd Cluh" Cet the Keminpton-ILMC ?2KS:!i k a wrSiaakaaaaspjBaHBMa m i other dealer leading merchants in Kentucky ' V ?3g?&&is&t li' '1' BawJrra'a 5IS5fc:aWEamiI1bv-vli HNBtiafaiafiav-Hteaiaalaaa- Metallic Cartridge Co. Remineton Arms-Unio- n Woolwordi Bids. (233Btodwjr) New York City H formatine Anti-Saloo- g, Wonderful leavening and nosing qualities uniform results. Mother says Calumet ronorakl to bar n It tt tn Trr It it ouce. Baccvred Hicbut Annu fro OJ Bl fnr Inps. tmVIHn i " NEW INSURANCE 44 ACEN Y I t j TVav RaaaaaaV l'nl-uiii- y, Ch.il(lren Cry CASTORI A I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiscr his recording Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Hartford, iEtna, 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 1 will be pleased to hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, dHPfi tfii ivAk F F RlttKHFAlV We Knock .HartfnrH. Kv. I . the Spots Out of Things Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Tressed in a Superior Manner. Send us your Garments and Have Thcui When inLouisville STOP AT Anti-Saloo- ECHERT'S 1 CLEANED CLEAN Packupea called for qnd delivered, 3QM Ch&p kattfclgcanBaklngPowdcra do not I savifrtni atony. Cluniefdbes-:U'gPur- e and far superior to ada'f tolUc and soda. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB FRANK ECKKRT, Iroj. , nv., jrU, ECKFMT, Mgr, , , , , A. Iva Null, lrop. HAItTFoVD, KENTUCKY. ' , r 5th Avenue Hotel I iiRl'lTp. 'The IIaitford;.lWLiiihli,rau $1 ytr '' year and'feorth It. , ''. .European Plan I v swuuijaJLflllltUa ZZm 'inny not find time even to writo a jliackwnril, nwny from t'h'o stench oftnkin if l thinks It Is doeolvlnfl On H Hie into judicial uimnci. primary mu ; peopio ny so lining, insic.'vi or m.iKletter. 3C tin grnvc chnrses brought against Iiir n manly square fight fn ilofVnsc, if certain candidates of It vrty InThe rlglstratlon. in the various your eniulldntcH for JuiIrc and cor.tl: (o lw at 0 PirtotH. Km.rM " cities of Kentucky this week was Attorney touching their stead. This paper, nnilIts pres (lArfoM. Ky R mail WRttfr vt t" IM. very favorable to th Ilepubllcans. nominations you nilRlit nt least, un ent management, proposes to speak j gains throughout Intentionally, err. Now, our files iit upon all occasions In favor of ' & Proprietor They made large C. M. BARNETT, State, notably In Louisville and are open lo you In broad dayllht better things and against the things the The Progressive vote and In oraVr to avoid future little which corrupt and lower the stand- -' nwenshnro. to Address nil communications us with in! of good citizenship. The Her' In Louisville, according to reglstru- - errors, such as crediting m Hartford Republican. tlon reports, has practically dlsnp-- j things we never said, wo will hfsIsi ild may do as It Hkes. If It suits 'peared and wilt not be a factor In ' ou In making copies. In tho mean it to slink Itclilnri a nomliiatlou no TO SUBSCRIBERS ,, the general election. NOTICE time, will you not please, please give matter what tlie charges may be as to n th ;. flobufrllr" s our renders the benefit of the que-- , to the manner of securing such nom- MtAmt mnxt Klw Hi'1 olJ nililrr" In mhUiik Tho Editor 01 the Owensboro News directed to Judge Hlrkhcad and Illation, hy declaring the source from , Hon. Frank H. Posey, was for several Clements, as to whether they which Ibe charges camo are beneath Bu.lnwxi l.oonl nn.l .SiUIipk 1c per line nrnl terms a member of Congress from the WCnt Into a saloon or saloons on Wed j notice. It suits us. Wo prefer to lle('r eii'hml'llll'iniil Kvansvllle, Indiana district, and has , Oliltnnrlr. Htoliillon . ntnl I'nnl t Tli inks night before the August prl- - stand for tho right no matter whom lln. minify In iiilvuin-fheld other high places of trust. He niary ond then and there purchase It hurts Our position three years (or frf, liut othor Cburrh Xntlew Is a fine lawyer, but The Hartford liquor or other Intoxicating drinks i.igo was not u pleasant one for us,, iulTprll"iii,nl". . I"f Hiif. ' nlll tnrirr no Herald says that the charges made for various men who had attended a but was taken from conviction. Aoonjinnnit ttrntlon the News against the Hlrkhcad- - speaking at which Judge Glenn had thing which does not seem lo elnl j Hlngo primary ore of two low an or-- 1 been hooted, hissed nnd otherwise down In the Herald nlllce. li U rsc. honorable discourteously treated much easier to float with the tide' 1S3 gun for notice by these says Cva.ra.1soria.xid. that, i gentlemen. It In effect and politically to support whatever) Ml) OI-'IX LOl'IKVILI.K. because editor Posey Is from KvansIs presented than to manifest a spirit' vllle his word should not be acceptInspired by the whiskey record of of, independence and stand for that . KKIIIAV, OCTOIJKK ed against a Kentucklan who makes the Democratic Candidate for Goer-- l which we conceive to be right and no denial. nor and knowing their own impor- -' for the best interest of the people. lance to the Democratic machine at In a lengthy editorial Wednesday the approaching election, the saloon' I in the threatens, to keepers of J.ouisvillc hao kicked lhe( The British Chancellor of the IZ- - j the Courier-Journcome out for state wide prohibition lid Into the gutter anil are more ' chequer has thrown his Free-Trad- e In case Stanley is defeated for Gov- openly and fearlessly and flagrantly theories to the dogs and recommend- ernor. As is customary when nn violating the Sunday Closing Lawjod an Increase in Tariff duties In or-- ( attempt Is made on some special po- than since Mayor Iilugham's crusade der to raise more money for the litical line by these two Journals, eight years ago. war. He proposes other taxes, but i the Times, the same day. also pubup the higher Tariff is the most signifl-- 1 There Is usually a lishes the same article In prominent of the enforcement of the Sunday cant, for he sns that "If by taxation . position. This is a plain attempt Closing Law here Immediately pre- wo can reMrtct imports, reduce to drive all the liquor people into ceding elections, but it has not tor we and bring revenue, the Stanley camp, and probably also years been so flagrant as for the la k shall have found the ideal fiscal to squeeze them for still further two Sundays. A country man sent system," al,oli fti.wlo itikt illat ufTnnt 4tlfu ' out here Sunttny night to Investigate If he would omit the secoml of his i KEriTBLICAX TICKET. editorial may have on the temper- this situation approached eight saof an Ideal s ..! ance .people In Kentucky remains to loons and gained admittance to seven tem, or revise it so as to call for de-- j For Governor Edwin P. Morrow. be seen. If b so doing they could of them, and the eighth is notoriousl- velopmeut of national Industries, he) For lieutenant Governor Lewis bring, to the side ofJState Wide tile y" an' open Sunday saloon but was would hnve created a formula which Jj. Walker. powerful influence of the Courier-Journ- Itemporarfly closed. Mr. Stanley's the soundest Protectionist could not For Secretary of State James P. if. may induce them to vote candidacy Is bearing a natural fruit. Improve. i Lewis. lagalnst Mr. Stanley. . The Protective tariff differs from For Auditor of Public Accounts, I S all other taxes in tlmt It seres aj KXT1KH IKSL'K. ' BAmarA A Weber. The'llartford Herald cbnfes very Under the head "Chaljengo Ac- double purpose. It produces revenue , near getVing mad because this paper State Trcasurcr- - --Wm. For produces points out borne facts facts which cepted," the Hartford Herald of this for the Government and it Hunter. work at high wages for the people. Clerk Court of Appeal -- Earl are not denied, mind you, In con- week prints a number of quotations For paper three years ago, en- It keeps in the country a greater nection with the possum hunter lroln this C. Huntsman. portion of the wenlth produced than Attorney General T. B. Mc- cases fn Ohio 'county, past and pres- tirely on the question of tho legality For of the nomination of Mr. Taft for any other taxation system ever deent. Xow wo cannot help a state or Gregor. nrltlsh theorconditi6n'wlth which we had nothing President. Tho quotations. If they vised. For Superintendent of Public show anything In light of what the ies have to be abandoned in this U. P. Green. to do. We did not send to tho state claiming) , carry great crisis, when expedients that Herald ' For Commissioner of Agriculture, press the strange' and unmerited out the has been the claims of editor of this will raise real money must be found C. laudations of Judge Birkhead and jLsbor and Statistics William perish. Philadelphia Attorney Ringo perhaps some one paper, that he is opposed to crooked lest the Nation JJanna. methods in the nomination of candi- Evening Ledger. C. M. connected with the Herald did. But For R. R. Commissionera urnett. that don't change the thiuth, as dates. Not one syllable of abuse Do You Pay 1ess for Anything? was directed to any member of the For Circuit Judge R- - W. Slack. given 'by us, that in a two weeks Did Underwood and the framers actions of For Commonwealth's Attorney C. special term, called to rid the docket Republican party. The party were of the Free-Trad- e Tariff ever prommany members of the . Smith. of possum hunter cases, only two you that Free-Tradwould raise Albert Leach. possum hunter cases were tried at criticised as we saw it. then, and ' we ise For State Senator any occasion to your wages? No. They and everybody EmbryT an expense to the state and to Ohio have never had For Representative L. L. change our mind. However, this knows that there Is no earthly chance For Circuit Court Clerk Wallace county Of about ?3,000. Of course Is all in to raise wages; you the dead past and does not for Free-Trad- e this conies from a source too lowly U. Riley. concern the questions raised against might Just as well try to change the j to be noticed or denied. the unfair methods used in the noml- - laws of gravitation and get water to) The Hartford Herald wants us to 'nation of Messrs. Uirkhead and Rin-te- ll run ill) hill. On the other hand, it Looks like it is now up to who "A Democrat" Is. If the go, and the Hartford Herald will not is possible for wages to be raised to "go the limit." editor will meet us in our private bo permitted to get away from the when we have a Protective e,Tariff. Free-TradIs It not about time for another offlce, behind locked door some morn- - issue-- by going back three years to Did they promise us that .announcement as to tho prosperity Ing, we will whisper his name in his 'harp on the things then said by the would be tho cause of more factories ear. He will not want to publish it. ' editor of this paper, even though being built? No. because they know wave? It would be unfair for us to publish they are absolutely in line and keep-tb- e any schoolboy would know better. Did they promise us that more sugar thing about the Rio name of the contributor who do-- ing with his contentions now. One pleasant He no ' The vital question, and one not plantations would be opened up If Grande River is that it is not deep sired to use a enough to accomodate submarines. doubt desires the same protection raUed by this paper, la whether or sugar was placed on the free list? immense amounts of money wns No, because they know there Is not furnished writers of numerous arti-jnkeep away from cles by the Herald, both for and used by Judge Iiirkhcad and Mr. an inmato of the "bug house" at If Stanley don't believe it. fclble stories, he is liable to make against Judge Uirkhead, before the Rlngo in controlling the recent pri Tuscaloosa who would a "bling primary under' the head of" District mary against Judge Glenn and Mr. Their main promises were that the Goliath ki)J David with Politics." We will even now, how- Tanner, and the direct question '"K" " 0I "V,"B U01"" mt mwereu. ! hot." ever turnlsh the Herald a pen pic- which has been presented so often i I,,lt ,Iltl ,lmt dream come true? Do for vmlr s"Kiir now' i A vote for Slack and Smith for ture of our corespondent. He is of and neither answered nor denied !"' " lia' Iesa ror 'OMr ,lm,r- - " Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's llesh and blood. Favors fair 'pri- anyone is: "Did Judge Birkhead and PW Iuss f,)r anything? Yet the Attorney, is a vote ugaluM. a third maries and Is as much or more op- - Mr. Clements enter u saloon or sa-- ! j s"Kiir Trust ,1,u Me!lt Tr,,8t il,11 aU in ollice. term posed to a "third term" than the loons in Owensboro on Wednesday He favors compelling night before the primary election, other trusts are growing rich be Herald editor. A vote for Morrow and the Reman to keep a solemn pledge made and did either or both purchase cause of the additional profits which publican state ticket Is a vote against a gives them.- - -to the people not to run for a third drinks for various fellows who had the Underwood Tariff .rotation in ofllce and "Invisible gov- term and, if necesary, will vote mistreated Judge Glenn at a public Collinsvllle (Ala.) Courier. . ernment at Frankfort." against the man who would violate speaking?" This question Is again XOTICK TO directed to the attention of the HartHamlet t answering the charges of such a pledge, in the general elecagainst himself, replies you tion, lie does not believe that mon- ford Herald, although It snyb such a graft As required by the law, the taxcharge Is ridiculous, or its "origin payers must meet the Sheriff at his too. He no doubt forgets that 'he is ey should bo permitted to outweigh Is too low to be considered," brains, efllcleucy and worthiuettS, In asking for rotation. pay lux. AlIt makes no difference what tho appointments and we thel required the selection of our ollicials. This aro so after this round Afl yet no dates hnve been fixed ought to do tho Herald editor, bo editor of this paper said three years to garnlsheu or levy unpaid poll tax. i he would nut recognize such a ago or ten years ago. He was then for the usual Ilryan special through I or one of my deputies will meet Kentucky in the Interest of the Dem-- j man on bec'onil meeting, even If ve opposed to crooked methods In milk- you at tho following places indt- should give him a personal Intro- - ing nominations and he is now op-- ocratlc State ticket. Friday, Oct. 8 Herbert, Olaton. posed tq s,uch methods. He was then ducllon. Saturday, Oct. 1C Heaver Dam. opposed to tho purcifaso of votes to It is not best for this country to The Hartford Herald In quoting secure nominations whether It'oc- - Cool Springs. trust its fate entirely to Thps. A. "Uurday.Oct. 23 Prentiss. Rock- rs In a nnrtv with uhli-l- i lio nf- JJdUon. Some day. Thonms, .will re- from articles published In this paper three 'years ago, is giving Its readers flliates or somo other party. Ho is , hire from the Inventing business. , Tuesday. Oct. 20 Bell's Run. tho llrst real independent political, still opposed to bribery in elections. 27 Buford Oct Wednesday, Tho invisible government" which thought they bavo had In mni)y years , U will bu noticed that tho Jlentld Beday, afternoon. denounced as hpvlng. ruled but in order to give them the very dropped the question of refusal to morning. Stanley Thursday, Oct. Kentucky, Is tho same which ho help best benefit It should publish (hem in publish letters, like a hot potato. ' power four years ago by his, full. Do not garble them, and do Its columns were to full of quotations ' Saturday. Oct. "30 Dundee. d Into Tuesday, Nov. 2 Con'toriown. Toicc and vote. 'not credit uh with something plainly front this paper printed three years Thursday, Nov. 4 Matanzas. credited to another paper. Of course, ago, to tell why It refused Dr. E.Wv Onp solutlou for tho Mexican pro- you would .not purposely do so, but Ford space a Bhort time before tho Friday, Nov. J5 Smallhous, morn,-!nblem might bo for tho administration you should fiend someone to our files August primary, to discuss matters recognize' the Urs.t Ccralvo,, afternoon. io promise to Who Is competent to read dates. For of vital importance to the voters Jif leader to deliver his rivals at tho instance you credit us with an article Ohio County., then, and now. Its ' Saturday, Nov. '6 Cromwell. Mc- ' . ' horder, gagged and bound. , ' t as published by us "Oct. 12, 1912," columns , were top full of quo'tatlans. Henry,-Monday, Nov. S Af'nold. ' As a matter of free Information to from this paper, three years ago, to ' No wonder "General Apathy" rules 'Tuesday, TCbv. 9 Select. among the Democrats of Kentucky, you; we published no paper ou "Oct, publish the question we. requested Wednesday, Nov.-- ' 11 Narrows. . thelr re4ders( according to the Central CIty( Argus. 12, 1912." The article headed "Re- thorn Saturday, Nov. publican Party Sealed It's Owi, concerning the baloon episode In ' JJemocrats like other peopio dsllke Simmons. . It coujdv not find spa,cp to Doom' und which ." you gave the t. to vote for third termers' und Remember fBlx per cent penalty, They would like to bo able to greatest apace, was, clipped from Tho nptlco our challenge to drop' candi- Interest and cost will be addedDe- Loulsvlllo' Herald and credited to dates, from, the, list. in. both papers, fcombefvist. v'Please don't wait till five, a new man a job occasionally. that papers' in plain letters Now we who were uccusod of wrong doing or lastilay.'' ' ... 'VOiHJ James seems to thltik a letter kuo'Wc'yoU'are a stickler fori lair delr crookedness loathe recent prltuayJ .. ... - .411 k fitiOl KEOWNvSherttf Ob o Co. , from President 'WlUon, in- favor of Ing'antl above all would not do lnjus: eiefiupn, w,no wpuiu, no,i .nuia, ao-1! tJlj?yV billet offset Ib'at' 16,000 tfce. to' aVpibr1 feHow" .ufTerer In. Jtije, niitl of same, ' ftfiii'loU at the 'dose of ,tbo. latie H0WstMit)e'u8tneas.,.but in your tili-n- . Vj,vTb.e' Herald A?3!aTGin ' clrYfturtc 'riffn'fm convention. The President- - cb'nwta(iifo't district teutioir CRufltin.SBaJyu..oLflftota. w WeAt, Nort, South,, or even tlp.ni) from tbli .paper, bat it 1b exit- lliy Jp make ft epee' wj'd M loo irtford Republican - Ed-to- r I CLOAKS! CLOAKS! imtotcii mmmm m-- ..-p- jr. (n, ' I j r ' Anticipating a Big Fall and Winter Business in J I LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEA- R al j loo.-cnin- have never provided a finer and more comprehensive showing of all that is Fashionable, New and original in CLOAKS. They not only possess style, but are made of good, serviceable, materials, well tailored to fit and to give satisfactory service. Prompt attention to your needs along this We i s line will enable you to make a selection '' will please you in style and service. that ., . I al Ladies' Cloaks .. $3.50 to $30 Misses' Cloaks $2.50 to $15 SIDK-KTKP- Children's Cloaks $2.00 to $10 Infant's Cloaks - $1.00 to $5 Make Your Selections Now! - E. P. BARNES & BR0. Beaver Dam, Ky. e' I I W SaQpr. -- ; tNTWH , e. ot LOOK AT i I hyl" 11 pnr:c cuv Bl mmm$B$&m MmMBk -- TAX-PAYHIt- Mil III IW HI I oME NEW YOU CANNOT .SPEND YoUR. MONEY ANY BETTER WAY THAN , TN BUYING ' KV6S. ' , THE.WHoLE FAMILY' WILL ENJoYTHEM ALL. Of 'THE TIME: AND. THEN VoU VlllL BE , PRoUp'pT'YoUR' FLOOR.J WHEN'CpMPANY' ' CoMEJ.i. '. IN.ANP JEE OUR. LIKE.THEMi.' PJtICE TrlEM, ;Cb"ME j It;o-sln- o. '.'..' KiGSv ll f r. ( ft ' g. YoU'.WlLL YoU WtLL.BUY THEM. '", ' i , 7 ' rota-Aetf- GARSGN & GO. M-- 4 'j Mn . ,,HllCORPpRATBD. , JwriwJpTjir6 EV v '''. $&TRIA' rfJrl. i' 'Ot' ". Hartford, Kentucky. -v T?tj: & i , SHOP AT OUR STORE nt tlio Green Front grocery. Tele-piwnc your orders nnd your wants will lio promptly served Hopio plionc No. 43. ThJeveR . SERQT. HOOVER ' GOES TO FLORIDA! A .Car Load of broke Into Cooper Ilros. I '7K store nt Heaver tam, Tuesday night mid Mole about fifteen suits of clothes Member of Co H. Makes mid n lot of shoes. .Tho loss Is about tucky State Rifle. $!!00, wltb mi rlew to the robber. Tbe Mime night (be Post oinco wan Team. broken Into but there was no loss. .Miss Murium Hnlhrook, will leave Sunday for Loulsvlllo where hIio will take nn extensive course In ocal nnd Instrumental music. Tbo first L ceil in nuinbir was given Monday night nt College Hull. I)r. Arthur Wnlwyn Evans was the. entertainer and those who heard him' were highly i pleased. Ken- - WIRE Oi AT A BARGAIN! FENCE r jporiul " " The State rifle team which was selected nt Knrllngtou last week left . for Jacksonville last Salurdny night. Tlio team wns composed of the best Any one buying rods and over, cent extia oh" llfteen shots who participated In tbot on above price. All other heifxhthi- - of fence nt company team matches and the Gov-- 1 I ernment mutch. The matches at prices in pre portion to prices given. This sale lasts Jacksonville will probably last until! ' GO days only. Come at once. the 21th of this month. To bo a member or the Kentucky Public Speaking Dates. Judge It. V. Slack nnd Hon. ('. B team Is quite an honor. Scrgt. I Smith and othor Republican candi- Hoover won out by shooting with an QV V G even consistency during the whole dates In Ohio County: RFAVFD nAM UV 'fii$ vlP Tuesday, Oct. 12, Megan at 7:00 course. At 1000 yd. range, where fo many good shots were eliminated, p. in. Wednesday) Oct. IS, lltisinc, at )io held up well enough to get In . . the squad f of thirty from which tlio 7:00 p. nip n I .. t I Pick, pan nnd shovel, the wheelbarThursday, Oct. 14, Dundee, 7:00 team was selected by shooting over lng stock of the camp. i iniiv iiuri a wiiUK, iuu naiiv wo are rcccivni!: He wes altogether Ignorant about row, the rocker, the string of slulco the courfe again. The team was to m. the very inve.si tho market t v Friday, Oct. 15. Cromwell, 7:00 Include "six olllcers and nine enlisted gold formation, yet Marshall's faith boxes, the Hume the u fiords for you hi were all (put Immeil men and only sixteen enlisted men in his new found treasure was not ground-sluice- s lp. in. BSaturday, Oct. 10, Fordsvllle. 1:30 made the squad of thirty,' so Hoover shattered, for In a. few days he quiet- lately Into action, nnd all the busy bad only seven men to beat. He ly handed his largest nugget, which diggings fairly hummed with activ. m. beat nine of them and Is' ijow enjoy weighed about seventeen grains, to ity. Other prominent speakers will bi , i ii i A peep into our various departments will convince In those strenuous nnl .exciting preset)! at all these meetings. .The ing tin) warm .sunshine ddwn on the Mrs. Wlmmer, a woman who had Veen do'ing the cooking 'for Uie men days the eager miners "were far too you that we are HtfA DQUARTICRS for your public' Is cordially Invited.' Other St. Johns river. i at tif lumber, camp; she boiled it busy In the treasure, scramble to speaking dates will bo announced wearing apparel. See Uri lor in a decoction of yroglye for a test, awnitcolna.go of money, and for sev' ', later on. The MrM California Gold. LADIES' COAT SUITS A Hue second to none. Hop. B, R. .Morrow will speak at' Jiinics W. Marshall, a New Jersey but It was fished out unstained. Then eral years gold dust w'as a regular All the latest styles and Vlmdes,- fiom 10.00 Hartford on Monday, pet. 11, at 1':- - carpenter' and millwright who had the owner dipped It In vinegar Ira circulating medium at nil city stores, " ' ' ' ' i .iu and at Mciienry at 7:00 p. m. three years beforcdrlfted to the Cal- presion on Its color. At last he sent as well as every where fn the mfninR toSSfiOO. . " Monday night. ifornia wilderness, walkcil out of his' It to a mining' expert miles aw.iy. districts throughout the West. The tremendous ml- westward j On Saturday, Oct1 23 at 1:00 p. m.j solitary cabin at a lodging camp in who, after making an assay, reported SKIRTS, 'A'lJ pw..w,-Aiarih- is btyh'S- -' .LADIES' tb the gold ithero will be' a big Republican rallyi the fothllls 6f the Sierras. for a Sun- the nugget to be nothing less than graUon of "forty-niners- " from $2 50 pure ai isauciawn. xncrj; win he music day afternoon stroll on January 19, talked gold. Meantime Marshall had neias oi uaurornia is or course a ' READY-MAD- E ery little, but had busied historic incident with which all readnigh" fulfilled Ho had well 'nnd speaking and llagraislng. 1S4S. WAISTS Crepa Ue Col. F. n., l'osey, of Owensboro hla contract with Cnntaiu John A.- - himself with gathering similar Sur- ers are somewhat familiar, but tho 1.5)8 to I'opli lis,' et'., priee.s from !S. Sutter for building a saw mill on the face nuggets In all the surrounding privations endured and the. Intenso will bi (ho chlefvHpi'iikcr of llit borne by bo Don't worry about sewing. C'omo to. us and we south fork 'of American River, In gulches, finding some fair specimens sufferings heroically forty miles above grounds and many others many travelers from the East can Ohio County Republican Campaign Coloma Valley, somp will dress you from head to foot at a very loW price. ' Committee. northeast. o( Sacramento. It was, to whereever he chanced todlg, until . never be fully described, ' "" Marshalls wonderful . discovery forjret this, and remember that IT PAYS Don't bo a partnership mill. Captain Sut- had accumulated quite, ai interest A. D. Kir.K. Ch'm'n. ing collection of the precious me- was made Just two weeks before tho ter, n prosperous German immigrant, W. S. TINSLKV. Sec. TO. TttADB' WITH- A HOUSE THAT SAVES ,. treaty of pece with .Mexico was efto furnish the necessary funds' and tal. YOU" MONEY.4 After the favorable report from fected, and two vears later, owing James Marshall, the contractor, to New Coal Mnc. ,. select and prepare a proper sight and the gold assay, .Information of the- - 'mainly to this singular incident. r Cat-- To our friends and the Public: We new discovery began to circulate. In 'Ifornla was admitted as a. State of .build the structure,' have opened up a 6ft. vein of fine The milrace and Its gates had dpite of .Captain Suter's efforts to the Union. In, the space of only four quality coal on the .Taylor lands, 1 been put In wprkjn condition, and suppress It, and In April a local news- - years the territory now embraclnff miles cast of Heaver Dam, on Crom- Paper chanced to publish, an account Jho 'Golden State was changed from wen road, are now prepared to till in order that the channel might be of ll,e fortunate incident, many oth-J- a barren wilderness, inhabited chief-di- rt widened and deepened and all loose orders for block, lump and nut coal. and the other . debris washed ur Papers in the East copying the ly by a few Spaniards and Indans, to Team from Hartford will turn left ,away , .a powerful American commonwealth. k from the bedrock at the bottom "appy tidings. at Cromwell road and look for finoccur-- ( And during a single decad.e adyen-urda- y News ofthe. momentous of the canal. MarBhall had, on' Sat-- 1 ger board at' Urown .farm. evening before, opened the r'ence spread Ilka wlldfiretand In' a tur,ers from eyery quarter of'tho Have- n quality of rusty? coal froht time glowing accounts earth had. poured into nn-- i 'ew months' liiicTCtM'TO tblr 'n'l.e opening will sell cheap. tit not lu the swift current.' A.'vr 01 tnofiucKy.,nnainaa:Ucn,pupitsnea aio of California had Multiplied ten The Green .Front Is,, the place to , Wo respectfully uhk your patron- (the water had flowed incessantly in manypartsLof tho world. And by times. do your traillng-'lthe grocery line. age. Wl falr-"- l , Prior to the year i848. the 'entire Jhrough the 'newly dug 'trench all the time the'summr-seasoL 13t4 t NEIGHBOR BRO$.. Nothing old on our shelves. night, he had shut the gates at day; , r set in'the whole countfy knew that United States had produced, Uien MHUAV, OCTOBER 8. bVeak. ' zoW had been discovered' In Caljf or- - less than" twelve milli6'ri dollars in o W. B. Kills' three Dentil of KvIIIh Xconia Iturton. The 'New Jersey wheelright was nIa-- . WIfh this mighty secret of tjie gold since tho discovery 'of America, ply of Clover Seed fnnii'other field Fellls Neontn Burton, daughter of a conscientious man and Would not Sierrju fully disclosed, there began ' During the space of the following j !., II. At ST. L. II. It. Tl.MK TABLE. bceds. to sell, at reasonable prices. l Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Burton, former Work, on Suniay, as 'had been a a westward rush that has rarely been ' five years after Marshall's discovery No. 113 'due at Kllmltch 8:32 Cm. I have 40 acres of goqd pasture for a8tor of Lcitclino,(1 Kr, bHt llow former custom among the, .lumber ! equaled by any public stampede 'in in California, that State alone yield-cam- ps No. 110 due tit Kllmltch 7:30 a.m. rent. Just across the river on the' L"! ed over $258,000,000 In gold, as EarnKton. Kv.. wa8 born ,n lhn of the wooded Sierras, and he (ny country Jn the world. . 3:40 p. in. No. 112 Lv. Kllmltch It. B. MARTIN. , T,nrRn,ln- - nf PI,rr ruv liHnntc walked .down .tho direction of the Owonsboro pike. San Francisco was at that time a' much as eighty-fiv- e million being pro-ml- ll ' 'ArV Irvlngton . 5:35 p. m. f on that Sunday afternoon to , mere villagei having a population of 'duced In one year.' ' The editor is Indebted to Mrs. J. Nov. lGth, 1910. Departed this life -- jf ' Irvlngton . ? :."(! p.m. l.v. ' hrely Itumlreil 1915. For examine the Jar of f"i , Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p. ra. T Davis. Sunnydnle, for apreserves. Sept. 2Cth. greatly loved by many enough tho ditch-- , to find out if ,' middlefour June fullysouls, and by the , Society upwards of thirty yearsrogu-hec- n s of of was She of California Pioneers her earth and lose rubble had Lv Loulsvlllo . 8:35 a. m. most delicious strawberry No. Ill stvbjit'away to leave the mill- - I thei male( inhabitants of that 'town larly celebrated the 19th day of Jan-rac- e t Tin: friends at Leitchfield Ky. who mourn k"v M'oitltow 'Ar. Irvlngton . ,10:0G a. m. clear. He soon noted 'that the" had already hiked off to the gold'1 nary as tho anniversary of the dato ' l.v. Trvlngton .10:40 a. in. COl'HT HOUSK, HAItTI'OUD JIO.V ' her loss1. one uieu ai uie nonio oi ner grand rushing btream during (ho night's j fields. 'All other little towns in the of Marshall's great discovery In that " Ar. Eflmiteh . . 1:04 p. in. 1.V, HIT. 1ITH, ONK O'CLOCK, run had cut out tho sides of the! West were soon likewise deserted, I State. It seems rather singular anil V. M. 1 ml lit say unfair, at Render Ky. Her illness was very grove considerably, and hail dug and before a great while every that James W. M.. II. & i:. It. It. 'J Oil- TAIIIiK. Mrs. John T. Mooro who has been the bottom, and while en- - j bodied man and boy seemed busy Marshall, the one man responsible No. 115 guest, of 'her mother Mrs. Rost, short, and her death came as a great South Bound. the Inrging.the .race, the'water had car- - i illgglng for gold. MlnCs were soon for the mighty rush to the western ...SMf a. m. returned to her home at Elizabeth-tow- n shock to everyone. Due ut Hartford She has many friends at Render rled down andispread out.at the end j staked out over a territory covering gold diggings, died a poor man, at , Monday. ' Norths Bound, No. Ill Colpma, where he found his first and everywhere she was 'known, for of tho ditch which was some fifty a hundred miles of country, Duo nt HuVtford". ...-- . ...6:15 p. in. For good fresh groceries call at she was a bright sweet ahd loveable rods long, n great mass of gravol and ( Meantime Captain Sutter's work- - i nugget, and where today a mod?st Trains,) (Until "Mixed the Green Front, und heo your old lit t lo character. men had acquired the "gold fever" shaft marks hla last restlnir nlacn. sand. friend Kstlll Thomas'. Otherwlto Sliding down the steep bank into and had all left him, and his unfin- - i Captain Sutter 'also, who' had been The parents nro stricken with For American wire Fence, .call'on "I'up" Thoinnt. grier. alio leaves besides her par- - tho bottom, Marshall walked along lshed mill remained as it was. His Immensely wealthy before, passed U.S.Carson. '. i"" Mrs. C. K. 'Rogers, who linn neen cuts one brother and two sisters, tho race on tho Jagged nnd uneven j bountiful harvest was never gathered away at Washington City somo years ho observed even his tannery at tho fort forty since after huvlug lost all his worldbedrock. Suddenly For ShfirstulT sinilfcedliiB Oats the guest of her parents, Capt. and Robbie, Fay and Fairy Burton. 'f Mrs. S. K. Cp. returned to her home Tho funeral services were conduct-i- n hundreds of shining yellow metallic miles further westward, was deserted ly effects. heo Acton Bros. , Klkton Monday. cd by Rev. It. W. Huntsman, of Bea- - Hakes, lying scattered about here causing a quantity of fine leather In Rubber Roofing and Iiint can be Dissolution Notice. vats to spoil. Fields were left Mrs. G. A. Foote, who"" has been ver Dam, Ky. The Interment was and there in about six inches of wat-'th- e at Acton Bros. bad Notice is hereby given that It Is er, tho, numerpus and tiny glltering half planted, houses half built, every- guest of her daughter, Mrs. at Render Cemetry. B'fnylor. Louisville, is tho granite j thing wns neglected except the man- - j tno intention of. the Pattlevllle Mu- polnts In the decomposed Blrcher, returned to.', her home In the gueht of relatives In town flashing vividly In tlfe reflected sun-- , nfneture of shovels and picks; real tnnl Telephone Co. (Inc.) to dissolve Irvlngton yesterday. k New Full Mllllneiy. owensboro H.VUIIUK, . Mrs estate nnd all other property, save its corporation at once. All 'Claims light t , Miss Popple Nail has just returnMrs. B F, rio'ieii'ir will lcae next relatives in town. isfthe guefct. of Bonding1 down and picking up ouo mining tools and provisions, fell to ed home from Chicago where she Monday should ho presented to tho underSrrs. MtilHo .Imuran, Oweiisiirro, tent tho for llow'lnj." Green to reprc made lurther extensive titudies has of the shiny objects about the size amazingly low figures, Spades and signed olllcers for consideration. Htur thaptcr of local rin.-rIs thu guest of fA't. II. U Urin. tho latest stylos and deulgns in mill- - of a whtat grain, rfnd of a brassy shovels, however, which had been nt flio State meeting. ItUFUS DOWELL, Pres. Kills Milling Co. "guarantee every anl wn ako orders at her hue he examined It closely and found worth less than a dollar a piece a WALTER WALKER, Sec&Treas Mlss Myrtle Maddo"TmS retucned . sack of their Blue Ribbon FloUr. ( to her home In Beaver Dam .after Jiome irom ner customers ana it lu'ah respects to resemble gold. short time before, were now selling Sept. 1C, 1915. 10t4 bargains In Real Estate! spending several days with her fls- - menus tor auytning in, ran Miiim- - Other Uny bits were t Investigated, readily for ten dollars at tho mines. For big It was at tho beginning of the next ' If It Were Not Kin- - TJie Wnr. 13tt then taking up a still larger nugget seo Holbrook & Parks. Hartioru.i tor, Mrs. W.'-'C- . Blankcnshlp. j fy. ' of the same yellowish metal, ono year (1849) that the mad rush to The papers say Ihur tl'e Iron indus1 Kv Mr! Heber .Matthews has returned j tho diggings was at high tide. By that try is on a raniiWi!') and that pig Iron about as largo'around as n ' i J , Morning Light. hH returried" homo from nI visit to ins uauguuir ..k'.aa Mrs. Lula Coppage gold coin, ho noticed.' It appeared time the news of the California-golis now selling ut $11.',00 'to $12 per The Kentucky Light and Power -, from, a visit tq relatives at, I'ltcb- - rtd Mj and, Mrs. Ray A poft, bright and heavy! and his heart discovery 'had reached the remotest ton. That Is good! It Is almost as Co., announces thajt In' a few5 Mays . w. llcld. OUIIIUlV.n, U. HttOIIIHftWHi th'robbed wildly a't tho unexpected parts of tho East.' Thousands of the, I To keep waru and save fuel buy K. 1 MOnilOW.V RfePUllLldAN their patrons, will have ... ' benefit find. Somo doubt yet existed in his farmers Instantly quit their plows, It was under a Protective Tariff when . . it was selllng'ttf. $13 per toft. You .' you aHot Blast Hcator from Actoit NOMINKK FOR GOVKHNOIt WILL oi iignia irom t a. m. uniu aayugnii mind as to whether tho supposed hlindl'ert'H Of TnachnnlCK itrOnnpH Vnnu U...V -- Pumnn la nnnr tftUtUn- fiknS.f M.. . nil ... .... UW ,r x This will bo a grout convenience to Brpa...:, I , SPEAKj AT HAItT,,,OKD MONDAY treasure really was gold, or only mlr their' tools, hosts of clerks left their the Iron and steel' wo can get out. LJ many people who' have occasion to bo r . "of Owensbqrt mm . At ur i ca, or copper, or some Other sort of employers "without notice, multitudes I and It, Is all being turned Into war sMArun. i . iu . Mrs,. Juinritcfien Ul I. up early. tho' guest' of relatives and' (Mends Is material. If It were rot for the war Mr. Alford has movtulr froni'thc lui uuwiujh, liiwcra, kcuguurpuuu-tui-i- i L .. 'ppuiai Ol UU1U1UI vaiuu. ui r After turning thecompact lump! of every profession left th'elr ofllces Iron, would be tes than'$9 a ton and hero. Griffin property to the proporty5 of If tho people of Pittsburgh can't over andover n his hrfrid. Inspecting J arid h'onies and families to seek thejr s of the furnaces would ""Mrs. .Lottie BalrdT Beavor Dam, Is Mr, J. W.' Fords, onlnlo'n SL.'re- find any other way to make Pitts it Attentively, tno finder scraped It t fortunes In the' wild, and unknow'a be Idle. You kpo'w It as well as we daye with relatives cently. occupied by Mr, Charllo Tur- spending a fw burgh absolutely Btnokelesa, they' with his horny nails', 'then he put it West. Some choso the! tedious do. If you kuoK anythlh'g. "Collins-vllle . t "er- - 4 t Free-Trad- e might vpte for Free-Trailteeth and bit It hard, j age of 'sailing nineteen thousand Ala.) Courier. nanges. Coal Is' tho finest Mrs. P. II. Al)en, who For CooktoVC, puts the tires' outlof, all tho h unify placed it under a boulder ' miles around Cape Horn, many more Mr- Heaters and Grates of her daughter, Mrs. Jno.IJ. Wilson factories, and then, of courso, there and with, Heaters, Wood ,. For Sale. tup. Julie trip by a rock hammered it flat, made the and Hawes- Is no smoke. ,U'hn giViutd,her,'Mhonio culUon Acton, Bros. We bave n 2 a,crv lot near McThoroughly convinced by this time way of the Isthmus of Panama, wtiilpj funeral of a GHKAr.nicV?rtraUpnfl MfflrTX , JfH QU "WTIX,i 'that hla find was' gold, Marshall ran upwarlls of forty-twthousand am iienry and' Simmons uitues to offer at mWkch WYOV lf'AIL ,. Nore, , .,..ii back to the cabin and yelled to the bitious Americans froniitbe far East- a bargain. A.goodjtwpC foot room Misses MarlamHolbrOolc andjLu-cll- e unnnMB MONIIAY. ' , ( All persons 'having claims-agains- t lillo wOrkttfen. "Boys,1 I've struck ern States madeA'thel way across tbo bouse,, b'arVemjSke houe and goqd Plrtle, Hartford, and Mr. Clfudo tbe estate, of-- J. ' 1.;ilUroleul;priUilB'.pi4rbftWiuM wheat'tolhej yttllfot- W.Farmers." bring your 0e. ."b4f jnlle of ".."l... 'L. flick" as that," was durltig tho summoi,vBdurjnifUDtol(l mill and get som McKlnney, Beaver" Dam, s ..were tho -church and, soboql ,hous. .Would Ellta MlUU.Co's "No suck' qwjta r'lrtte'and fBm-l- to,L. B. Arbvfcf.lGrBawell on for ine' derlal'v'tf thill? U was'Hit' oce sufferings' from ;uest.fMf-!oh(ir- t huneer itWrstaBd make & fine ppultry,.fajBi., of the . t) . t 'xWrehsittrS' Wednesday, fi , - Monday For tenBB;all oijidd.r.fts.. ridiculed' by (its fel)r;'p?tBi)ro;a,'dd- - ticioub auacKS oy ntHK)iu iwittqj, .1 LeFKObciUoa loftUr. d. oturtrlcef Hgknd Yon wtll fow'nspran.'UBHki(oin,dl7. Jfc miHfrfctolo, ,Y'fLff.iiyi,1irtrWiU wa'jfuyav'w- Vii 't r . VartfiMd:. "qimnnwr niiiiii . i3 tori Nlfejfdfito'WrtbecWilrffllldifck.trlcti where ftofe" M"beintWii4. 4Stf ,. , t. T7 ;f.4lJ T1A yif "IBfl .11 on 18 in. feme. 12 j:.. stay, 27c Rod ' " V2 in.. 12 in. " " L'L'c " 18 in. " G in. " :'4u " ' U0 in. (5 in. " 21c " 10 Ml WW& Si) WM7 Williams & Fentress, I iwl ...... 1 tiling MILLINERY. - J toSloM' ''" Silk, 'OlitiiV' n. '' - y the-popu- ln Hartford Republican. n '' Uro.-o)lar- three-fourth- ni-wi- it to 1 ! I l. Jy ten-doll- ar I d son-In-la- ?'.. ... - . n'r-ifir'i- m threo-fourth- MrjWtfordr -- 4 e. T 'JTU ''....... o. UM.W&9&L.'!J yf mi.jijrc .J .m..vu. ClljQjer.il ww&wayimt&zf. ili vi'"'E! - 'i iler, . iv( ':-- ;'" 'w.fC $&? ' - " " '"'' ., ' -- i mtck fv $?& iJSjy RKTVDIJCAN PIiATPORM. I , . ,. - HANGED, BUT NEVER BURNED Popular Idea of Treatment of New England "Wltchea" la Altogether a Delusion. WILL FILL A WANT! The republican party In Kentucky In convention assembled adopts tho following platform: f, '. (1) We approTO the policies ot the National Republican party In KTidlng for tho defenses ofjour coasts against foreign Invasion, and the protection of Anic'rlcan industry against the pauper labor of foreign eepBtrlea without Imposing unnecessary or unjust burdens upon tho con-.e- r. Wo favor tho nomination for tho Presidency of a candidate who Is in accord with those policies, a'nd is abreast of tho spirit of progress required by over changing condition. 2) We condemn tho inefficiency of the administration at Washing- Urn. Its inadequate tariff law and Its tax in time of peace, which have rented In tho closing of factorfes, the stagnation of business and the idlencss'of millions of workmen. W demand the redisricting of Kentucky in legislative, sonatorlai, congressional and Judicial districts, which shall give equal representation M equal voting power toevcry citizen of every district, In conformity rith tho plain requirements of the Constitution, and not as at present, In flagrant violation hereof. (3) i Wo demand the repeal of the present Infamous primary law formed for tho purpose of preventing freedom of choice to the voter, and iavor tho enactment of a law which shall permit party nominations for Ju dicial offices without regard to the party alllllation of the candidates so n grounds, nnd tho ttiat tho Judjclary omay no chosen on In office of Judicial public servants may be determined by no tthcr qualification than that of' fitness. Wo favor amendment to State laws permitting and encouraging Joint eojninatlohs ot thtf same candidate by the different parties. We demand tee repeal of tho law providing for registration certificates imposed upon tba State by the Democratic party for immoral polllcal purposes, where-,j- r instruments, passing by votes in 'Kentucky have become negotiable ' WlJvery "'' , (4) We demand that the public schools of the State shall be taken the ,od kept entirely out of politics, and that the Interests and wolfarc of We --ehlidren stiull :have ffrst consideration In all public school matters. 41I for better schools and schoolhouses, for longer school tcrma In the actiatry and better pay for the teachers. p fl)8o;'faTorlexitenillng,'tho aid of the State to its Institution for high 4 , er education.. , 5 There' should bo complete publicity concerning the expenditure JjBpne'y fqr political campaigns, and a Imw should be passed for the hc- Kt' ,KtjtZtlr J candUB and" campaign managers of all suras ot money col- on-we-'non-partisa- Professional HOTEL wt Since (lie suspension of the Louisville Weekly Courier- Paying Its respects to the "New Joiimal. tllCre ll.lS bCCIl fltlite England conscience" as a ghost that ,l t11MI1(i rnr .1 WCckly when It says: "At such wholesome port aa the New i:ng- land conscience was never known to witch-burnin- Otto C. Martin Attorney POWHAIM .WASHINCTOl at Law will not down, the New York Herald a myth that will not down Keil-revlv- cs ' '' but none Yet the popular tradi- illustrations. tion persists, and no doubt will llvo There is no such excellent on when even Gallows hill itself Is forgotten. Trevelyan said In sub- paper as the stance that though a mistake of history may die out, If It has survived Twicea-Wee- k 100 years It can never bo corrected. Oweruboro Messenger Certainly all the documentary proof (Ktllttll by I'rvy Woodson.) to the contrary has not served to corIt comes every Wednesday rect this particular myth In more than two centuries and doubtless it will and Saturday, (16 pages a be believed Mhlle the Sacred Cod week or more), and is up-l- o hangs In the state house at lloston. rn no branch of historical research I date HI CVCrV TC'Hrd ' has there latterly been more pains- . taking work than In dispelling the In- - I Mes- tlie TwiCe-a-Wee- k 0' accuraclcs of "popular" hlstory-- la gilng new certificates of character to 8enoer for a ve'ir in COIlIltC- Neros. muckraking the Fathers of the tioil with the Hartford Repub- Republic and removing the haloes ' from the great. Yet the more the , 1,can record Is set straight the more the Until nmvrc nnn fnr old myths endure. i.5(). AH clubbing subscrip- wae burned. editorials, good There were a score or so of Indi- news, crisp viduals hanged In connection with tho stories, timely cartoons and Salem witchcraft delusion, shy.1 newspaper that iTiVeS .. . ,",,, , o1 ltlK ,,lu,c ""I'uriiliu staiC "" nCWS, as Well as the general IllCkV . D.C. IlLGTAMEK! abound, " Ih HARTFORD, KT. Will praotlo aia prtrteaaesen a dta and avlJatsJog counUaai rimmajaan and tVmlnal Practloe a fpeKialty. In cltf wbr li U Km ialiabMrti.ef It ceuntiynnn. . i.v Powhaua bwdt Ux '" (ted hattla Barnes Mfanra. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD,' KY. & Smith ., t cliff n. and restful. Itt ciccl-Irn- t location on Prnnaylrania 18th and It Sttcett. Avenue, mike it a ilrntablf headquar-te- n lor bridal couplet, touiitt arlie, convention!, Uchooli anj The Towliln it ttfintS, W. 11. Uuru.e und C, B. Smith announoe that lhy have fwna-- a partinfahlp for tihe uoucral rrrao-tlc- e of law, cjcrpt crtmlnaLand dlvwr cuk. Air. Brulth bxilng. Couiity AtUr- le prwented froui ruc cciwoo. Mr. itnriUw will ludlvidaally aocojit Buch practloo. Offton 1. Hartford Itopublicaa building, ltart-for- ar K- - M The rowhatan"attracti people ol culture, and education. , the T . WAIlK.HrilArTIIN Criiiimrll, K.r. IITTIIC. MAIITI( llurttord, K). vnr DARK Can DAYS IN ALL lions snouiu be addressed LlVtb . Republican Harlford Ky to Navy Department!, alto to manf pointa ol hirtorical interest, makes this hotel especially to ditcriminalina; pub-" lic.! The Powhatan oSerroem ith detached bath at ll.se. S2.ce and up. Rooms with prt-a- tt bath, ti.SO. UN atd ttf.f AvTTte for Doollrt wltk niij CLUrrORD M. LXWItw lt rroximitx to Slate, War and STRATTOiN & MARTIN CROMWELL, - KY. their profession In th! djoiulug countiea. Collectlon.-Commcrcla- J and Criminal Practice a Spoclalty. I'rompt and vlgoroua-BorvlcNotary in office. and Will practice Attornoys at Law e. Only Temporary, and Cheer ing Thought Is That the Sun Will JlaBatrt v -. h,n' Aw!g? -- " zJMLWwi , f" """" "2K!t jf else Just as good It on the way, someOUARANTEED NKIIVICK thing even better. It may be. Sorrow One hundred per cent and disappointment are assuaged with value. Special work for W. time, and other things enter Into life O. W. that make It good, even as the clouds 99Wc utilities of. the States -- . W. F. STEVENS, break up and float away and the softer . (10) We .favor 'the passogd of fcws which shall make effective It. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. light shines through at sunset. So provlsion-againsfth.Issuance of free passage to otliciats. Representing Continental Ijiere Is alnays a worse that might 411)' We oppose Mouble'tasatlon, and will favor a thorough re- - nave iicen. Marble & Granite Co. , wmt? tPfaa of tho tat laws whlclK will equally distribute the burdens of tax- The dark days are for Introspection,- - j retain the capital now invested, but for remembering that few troubles are , Jrita'thc inrostmont "ot other capital in the State. We favor the adop- - as heavy as they seem. Sunny days, i wa JV thJJ'paopld of tho Constitutional Amendment enlarging the power better things, are at hand that will i GenefflV Assembly on tlio'Tnntter of taxation, and when such addi- - come with cheer and healing like the welcome rays of the sun. Milwaukee I nKqp,"u,-illfl''J"MCflHMl only whea submitted to, and ap t 4um Journal --zILri-'" 'nte,,k't 'hn'rluur Ytho volo upon the same. Wo favor by a majority "" Operated by $r assessment and aA regulation by law as will consolidate material! reduced collection of Nevel Danish Eel Farm. ofcolliectlon may be MxL gftthat tho K noiel Danish development la the jPlailtCfS Hotel Company N'ellsen, on Xeeland Island. f lowland along the Ise i Under New Management been conierteil Into a pond --,in tr Hvpn Dower, to reDeal all audi laws, 10 aooni.ii n.t,v.aH T. uuisknukhhy. frt in ' reduce, the' coat" of administration to the least posslblo point con- I .i,,,,,!, ami f'auipinent has been pro- - ' ","' tJM " ,,.le! ,or pumping into the naturally : and em9lent system or government. wtth Meals 2.'. Cents. a supply of fresh n-- 1 'RCaJUJng to tho State of tho prosperity of brackish water ) Wademand the enactment of a lw providing for aptrel tptj the, penal and charitable Institutions, and for the abolition of 'endorse ,'tha Constltptloiml Amendment providing jmTrrrr.'-- 1 --4VBTict labor on, public rpade and highway,, Ineofsr rh the earae may .Injury to. freeor. organized labor. "() RealUlnr-t&f- e Influence of good roads on the economic, educa-jfff- ir coclal and religious development of the State, we pledge oureelves that the present law, introduced by a Republican, authorizing State aid, .011 t carried out, and the building ot permanent highways throughout 4fci fitate by la ayatern guaranteeing to the people an honest expenditure rfifceir rneney, Bhall be encouraged. W1 favors fucther.tleglslation for the protection of labor from apecesBary bodllylnJury,:and we Javor the enactment of a fair and equlpt-a- l wprkmen'siconipeusution lawj We) favor.glvlngito-th- e Railroad Commission power to regulate, . --- How cuevrlug li la to see the inn come out after days of stern aiul cloud. All the while tlie weather 1 gloomy you know that the aun will shine out again In bis glory, with tretb ,trenath and life. It ta like a guT newlybestowia on the.earthy So In life there come stormy da; J SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical, cleanalaX'-aagermloldal ot all antliepUca la d m all Maina, THAT - J- - Waobuia aaTiaiTai H nkinikittrbtt.mur,unrl inaaa. udalp rn a niai. or n i TwaaewaijM?aipwiHroBBaitoM rn. aTlwW M jf rAfaafljaaaaiBj r rm tnr M al aia H aaa4oM.koucrakw:krwra,Kt rifortB-BBflas ah..l,lrflll. - u. fm ,i MlNa NtreICIwSia. IWrrwWaUaB a m pwrf rafnrsi wilOT M WH 1 WOIMIWBTOII, m. o. u ''It) .() are disappointed In something, and perhaps that particular wlshedfor Joy will never come to you. lint It may be that something lait forever. y.ul pate Just as You nrely! they cannot Bow ?.'" As a medicinal antlaeptle for douches in treating catarrh, Inflammation or ulceration of nose, throat, and that cauaed by feminine Ilia it has do equal. For ten yeara thw Lydla E. Plnkham Medlclno Co. has recommented Paxtioo In their private correapoo&scc with women, which proves its auperlorlty. Women who have been cured say it Is "worth Its weight la gohtw At druggists. flOc, largo box, or by mail. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Maai. A aolubl Aatiaaptk Powder to b diwtolred in water as needed. ColTier.V. National:. Weekly The . Collins in Clubs Until thii year CeUUt't First iTime has Directory Oaxto the price it $2.50 soldatJ5.50. No" bfu red i.:a iU ,. ,,iii in A f tlle ha" the curious habit ef seeking . . ,II9W or attain matur. ty Th(, ee mrvaCi ,riflnR helpless-i,y far from ,aI(Ii devei0,, int0 clverg ti,eS(. aecic the firsli waters, there !n remain until they In turn reach ma turity. Fo7 fetOuUllig the farm the fivers lire napped as they arrive In the early hprlng. To get ilpe, fully grown eels. water from the oto upon for the market salt the right of all Uopuhllculis fjord is pumped Into special boes. .i, HIS) Expressly rcscr-vitiadoption by and this attracts tho matured Individlit we ft.xoV thl! the question of woman's sultruge as they :tfejac general Assembly of a resolution submlttlllgthis question to the uals, whose Instincts call to salt wa- ter. b N'oVehibbr. 1917. "people for'declsion at the The output of 1913 was about 12.000 Tilts' ItepUbllcuit Jl'ary in Kentucky is rcspoiihiblo and deserves pounds. (17) In 1907 we declared definitely for llib" County unit law. the credit fo In 1911 wo jtne locnl option law with the county as the governing unit. Constitution. Solving a Problem. In accordance with tho again declared for the county unit law Thc arithmetic lesson that day had decfaro our continued adherence to the county unit law, We now trying, and now, at county unit law of Kentucky, uud beeu bard and Tommy stood beforte ..and wo do hereby endorse tho present we favor the the closing hour. and pledge ourselves to its strict, and rigid enforcement, teacher, waiting to hear results. necessary to make It ef- the "Your last problem was wrong, .Adoption of micb amondroouth thereto as may be . , was the verdict. "You will have to fective beyond. question, stay after school and do It again." Tommy looked at the clock. "Tell Chaining The Subject. war began. They saw a vast army me, pleuse, how much am I out?" ho In tho asked, tVicA'l'rceMcjBL .Marshall -- bus - of the unemployed enrolled monln- 't.-"Your answer Is two cents short." .industrial centers of tno uuucti .. t, i IICatlHCIIW ......ii,.,r, CtntiWM 3mTf TllnHilnV Wltiitnn .ti. Tommy's hand dived Into the pock0ura an iiiicii and nw and read Timv for WEAK nftor 2d Monday 'in March, Tuesday et where his most treasured posses"not .to discuss "the old fash- - hwn,"thu record of national dlsas-intfvople. iiflj'r L'il Mouilav In .Mnv. Tuesday sions were stored. Swiftly ho sepLUNGS Or after 3d Monday In August, Tues- brand, .oJf.ppjlHcs ,'djrnG thc tor thnt accompanied the turning on arated two pennies from a bunch ot Monday In November. plstenoo fj a.i'jgraycUBtiiiUjtioiial.of the boasted new freedom. They shoestrings, a penknife and some '"aaLaaaLHaHU pnucnunTinlJ Ua'v.aftr -- d Dean. bUNbUMf IIUNi Wod- S. Dundee. I to condemn this marbles and pieces or fchalk. ituation.V 5Jt, j are too patriotic Ifyoumentionthhpapcrwewillsendalny WMondiv "I'm in a hurry, please," he said; at hmiln RRRK. Kv I1IMII arm rkrulef fori 'Aldl(1, Yea, AUdeed "oldtasilojiBd poll- - country to four years more of soup , . ... at i a.... i ..ft difAics" calli n'u lio.dlsguiialije, recpland rags merely because Europe has "If you don't mind, I'll pay the feeling, coughs, pains tired, that after "d Mm., jf- tjiosct flaVll,lll.rie vfol0 on Its hands a war with which wo ference." Pittsburgh Chronicle in chebt, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak .'" August, 'Jectlon I "" PwiwiMfviii infra nr Anciimminn. pledgeabfu"t,rt'd,Hclnq tjjo ,lilgh ,cot.t have no more legitimately to do than Den V. rtice. rondsvllle. Tuesday 10CK BOX C16 Did you ever Monday In March, ThursCO. ..rf. living nroU'Ctine tile.' rights ,of wltli the Dalkan war. OHIO MtDICAL COLUMBUS, 0. artcr 2d To Avoid "Colds." day after 'Jd .Monday Iu May, ThursXnierkau f)t.u,ns ar'pac giving free ( VVer hear anyone going about tho day after 2d Monday In August. "A fow points to remember It you iojlsjto ,Amwi,ca, .vessels fpibs.ing country trying to innao a win nciu Thursday alter 2d Monday In Nokept tins would uvold taking cold: Never go tJimugli lire Ij'iiuami ,Caliijj, putting put of Mr. Tart bocuuso ho OVER 65 YCAOS vember. directly rrom a very warm atmosphere EXPpr.JCNCE country out or the Ballon war? A9rtlpnal.epevdtV.res. etc., .etc, Den W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftvery cold air. Don't Jump from did any- into er 2d Monday In .March, Friday niter .. Can ypu Wottdgr3Jlial(uVlco3i,resl-dcutWarHliH,.a'ciiB,,vJMr. Marshal never nn overheated room into an 2d Monday In May, Friday alter 3d every Dem- thing or the Idiul. bed on a sleeping porch. Hemovo Monday in August, Friday alter 2d concern your wraps when shopping Indoors an "Kornet tho Issues that ocratic pollticlaiiv ii, the jqountr.y. Monday In November. H wants- - tho people to quit talkliiB you and think or those that effect n cold day or when visiting. Don't IIAltTFOUD l'OUCE COUIlT. war cry bundle up the throat, but don't exO. C. Martin, Jiidgo; McDowell A. about thcxldouiesUCi issues, and fix Kuropo" Is the Democratic ' TriADC'.IYlAfiKS Stevens, Fogle, City Attorney: J. lhflr"-yeBliitlio wnri MuKiHopo? nt prebcnl. It Is a confession of the pose the whole chest. Seventy degrees DCSICNS Marshal; Court convenes second MonCopvniSHTs 4c. They'' evdivrititlU tat liritlhlfivoiHitry collapse ot the Democratic domestic should bo the highest temperature In day iu each month. Don't AnTone tending a aketrh nnd dasctspllnn may issues. Tho Democratic politicians your living rooms or olllces. to Inere" at v.vhr.t.aiidj.tbit It quickly luicniilii nor iiiii"ii irooji miner an City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; It. pmhnbly rwioiinHlo. rniniuiileii. lirerillon peo- - overexert, then expose yourself ttJiuatricllyi'OiiUilciilll. IIANUUOOX onPafiita reastoaablatoidlbagrcH wivli tliQ,l)yii know tho kind oi n verdict the T. Collins, Clerk; J. K. liean, Treasfection In a draft or in a hot room nircncy lor MiuriiiB natnlia. or ttiit (ree. olitctt thrniiuli tlunu A. urer. Members of Council J. C. Hml 1 icraiflc pdrty rlsht iwn K' j pie havo prepared on their record I'aiiMUJ takou that Is probably full or disease germs. rrrrii! notice, without cbnreo, lutbo Co. rviUra nett. Capt. A. D, White. A. K. 1'ate, wreck uud ruin in tho United States, Keep your vitality at par, avoid Tno fiituro of tlj:AineiiIcap-,j),elo-j.l- e W. n. Gillespie, W. II. Barnes, C. M. Is In tliatUhljvd.SiJ.'.iai'),i,t and they are trying hard to change people with bad colds, and you' will Crowe. rlr. A handanmelr lllntratf1 weekly. Their conversation may probably get through tho bad seasons Irrr at 13 a Hartford Hoard Education J. H. ill EurtiliP'iA fWui.iiU'dlilt'iluid'a, fam-ii)- e J'crni. rnlalloii o( any .clcinlllo lournu D. Carson. Ch'ra'n.; C. M. Damett, IlwucuJcaXjc domination affect a few of tho unthinking, but with not more than a snlfflo or bo," loiirrooiitrsil. Buldbyull nomdcalery. rearr of0tv1iat Sec; E. W. Ford, Treaa.; R. T. ColMUNN&Co.364B'Md-"NewYor- k ta &titU'fltt"a1rs means in tlmnf it doesn't go down with people of Kansas City Star. lins, j. D. Duke, agaarofound peace before the European f common 6ense. ZU for the HroductH.f?UhUlr 4B4111 legRl. , 71 i, :y8-- . , Timers, wo heaVWV.'' thH'' pledge farms, and .. ourselves - " to assist tw then, -- ; TJ? " " ,... . .m,m.n.i ti,nt ,,: ...w as WQH as luiniJiiu n...u..f. ."..v...- undertake to supplement unu iaii of State tho prevention , work ot tho United States 1'ubllc Health Servlco for viinnncu fmm. tmclioma. a communicable and painful (lisrn.se ot tne I wuf wm""""" tho last census report shows, that :i",000 persons; ve. from which, -' "' v' a single section of the State. . pufforing in (151 We call attention to, the vast resources of our State as yet Invite caplta.1 aid labor Into the State to dwvelop such nr.. a h 1 " I ji ' a'viSSf?'-"- - k ok-etin- is- ne can offer it at a Mill furtlier Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhoaid, rrduction in Judge; Den D. IMngo, Attorney; W. n vrith this I'. MIdkirf, Jailer; B. G. Uarrass, publication. Clerk; B. E. Ulrkhead, .Master It. T. Collins, Trustee Special Offer to Our ReaJett- Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, ilartford. Deputies S. A. Hratcher; Rrrognizinr tbt rrfai demand (or CtUmt'i at ihe new pncr.wcliatcmadr arranccrtitntilo office Jeputles .Mrs. S. 0. Keown ait i tier it and our nwn publication rich rrr vcar Ullmoru Keown. Court convenes first (nr thc price ol CaJhVr'talonr. 1 hi i alimilrd Monday in February and continues cller and rnuit be taken adrantaecol prorrpil;. three weeks; third MonJay In April, two weeks; third Monday in October, Wait Yoa Get i CoHier't. two weeks. CMtt'$ U thc one big. indcrendent, (ratify County Court John D. W'ilaon, weekly t the wknlr eeunlrt. Nctonl) iiiltlf Judge; W. C. lllaukenshlp, good riliirn'a handbook but it 11 alv a Clerk; magaiine lor the whole (arml). Amorr tlie Ileal In the city for the money. C. U. .Smith, Attorney, ilartford. lliinst that a yctr'a fubsenption vivo arei ! Spccl.l attention to the traveling Court convenes first Monday in each tOOO EJIIorUb month. 600 Nwa Pkotpa , Quarterly Court noelna on the 250 Sbort ArtlcUe I I ' first .Monday In every month. ISOSbort Stone 100 nhutrated Featurra Court ot Calms Convonca first OWENSBORO.KY. 2 Complete NotcU- Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In October. $2.50 Bala far ear, Collier's Other County Officers C. S. Mox-loKy., It. Hartford Republican Surveyor, Vonlsvllle, F. D. No. 2; Tom 1 lines. Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shulta, Superintendent, ilartford; Dr. A. U. Hllcy, Coroner, Ilartford; T. II. Ucntou, Knglncrr, Ilartford. JbSTlCES' COUIITS. IHoad Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft-- . nr :til Monday in March. Tucsdav nft- Succeed when everything else fails. , In nervous prostration and female ,er ad Monday In June, Tuesday aft-- 1 weaknesses they are the supreme er ad Monday in September, Tues-- . remedy, as thousands have testified. day after 3d .Monday In December. h. A. McDaniel, Itockjiort, Frldaj McCALL PATTCHNSpertcct nt. almpllcltj an. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Celebrated (or atyle, after Ud Monday iu March, Friday reliability nearly 40 ywrt. Sold in I early IB STOMACH TROUBLE I after 3d MonAlay in Juno, Friday ctery city an J tonn in the United Statri ami the best medicine ever told Canada, or by raiil direct. Mme mid tluo .after 3d Monday In September, tree catalogue. any other make. Send I- over a druggist's counter. Friday after 3d Monday iu Do- -' atcCALL'S MAGAZINE lor i cumber. More rubsculMTl than any othel lunloo i rnacaclno million a month. Imalualle. I.aU S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday cit atylei, p litems, clicMinakinir, millinery, 3d Monday In March,, .after plain tcw!iijr,(.inry CO ccirts a after ctK)uette,i;ood tbule, etc. YOU Wednesday 3d 3dMonday In In June,- year (worth double), includinr;Onlyfree patlrra. )i a SepMoifday after bubscriR tiday, or aend (or aamplc copy. teinbcr, Wednesday after 3d Mon-- I TVtlfZ. UUK day In December. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS I to Agents. Postal bringa premium caulcu It. C. Tlehcuor, Centertown, ddrets and ncwcatliprlteotlcn. "rday after 3rd Monday In each HI CCIXL CO Z3S It ZM W. I71B M.. NEW I01Bcoii-nec- th r; I Planters House County andvrehaeicurrd I i ,.,,. y. Electric Bitters $2.50 m I 'I - Wed-jncsd- ay .eP1 WILL iiccdlewoik-.liultdieitin- AlD Alin , I Sat-lJjvE- - iinini HKVla run-dow- n jwf-n- KILLt.ie COUGH CORK tj.ie with SrB fly? vfi 1 .f - and MGSj !,, ',, Telo-grap- - "XXcJ 'a' vSav -- King's artM Nef POR w 3iS603i'Sf OLDS pmcE a im Tibl Bottle Fr AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUDLES, ffOUCHS Cur-tuln- ly QUAKANTKED SATISFACXOKYI OB MONEV REFUNDED. imnawiwwiym.af ti ice-col- iM-- 1 lifjr .' . araiilk,c,M'-1i,aiirri,ivnKrta luhki. lw to oUaln inu, lrad uaja copyrnjoia, m IN ALL COUNTRIES. Jtmhhst JUftlvUh Waililngton tunt UmtA ..-.up. nrvrunrn ...... L.. ... r. L...i...'br..'.'.. a . m ' Scientific flmericatt. money Patent and Infrligenunt Prictlc licluittily. Write or coma to u at 110 lUMh Strwt, aaar VMM Ut faUat OSca, I WA8HHNG.TOW. D.C. uJy. itfii. ' t. : Court Dorkct. Children Cry for Fletcher's ' irKi ni a hi -Tlu modJrUvV.rVlWfty8 VmbK, nml ulilch I,s been yciim, lias horno tlio Rlirnnturo of aiHl !,ns bcou ndo under lils pcr- v2r " wiIMsrvlslon Hlnco lta In fancy. 7n7 VTT.. Allow no ono totIcculvo vouhi thin. Counterfoils, Im tnth.ns ih1 " nrl but FIItST DAY. 5220 Ctim'tli. vs. Jolin Durham, Sr Joint Alcxamlrr, .lolm Durham, Jr., Clarence Morris, Jim MorrlH. (Ti (lofnndantR.) R20S Com'th. vh. llriino Krny, fi209 Com'th. vh. llriino Frcy. 5210 Com'th. vh. llriino Krey. f'fim'tli. vh. llriino Krey. Robert Daugherty, A vn I'e.ich, .lull Tom Edwards, ' h ord, J A i Carler, Ji.Iiii tnii'inl. ill. .'miauls. ) 5,24! Coiii'iIi. vs. Josho Fulkersou, Clin rii.o Durall, 11 ' WK .?: It Always Helps writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I war hnnllv nhir to do any of my housework. After takingellfrce bottles''' of Cardui, I began to feci like tf nevrt woman. gainca a pounds, and now, I do all my houscwdrk, as well as run a bip; water mill. i wish every suffering woman would' givp VS says Mrs. Sylvarria Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky In Ifoli - (in t , n, "'t C212'Com'th. 524 C vs. Ilruno Krey. DAY. SECOND CjfflAjfa. ,TiiHl-iw.- Oom'tli. vh. Clnuilo Allen, Charles Duko, Churli'rt FulkcrBon, Kstil Fulkcrson, Juhso KulkerHon, (icorRo Hunter, Jim Decker, Fred l.anilriini, N'owt Allen, ltuy Hunter, Charles Myers, Jnko Doweii, Tom WiiRler, Mlko Wytllck. Shirley dreary, Alva Fugle, Kln Allen, Tom Key, A 1. Wilson. Waller Wilson, Ilnytlcn Ovrlls, Will i'ortor. llonileriioii llawkonhorry, Delta Hiiijjluton, Noel Hunter, .s.jhhtiiiicc. mill nllit.v.i its hjio is Us fc'iiaruiitce. It, ilo.strnys AVoim.'J For mora tliaii iC lias been in e.jnstaiit it 3 for tlm relief of thirty vears Constipation, lain eney, AUntl Coll, nil Toothlne; Troubles and JH.irr urn. It regulates thn Stoinaeli and Uowrls. 's Ml witnral sleep! l,MMl' K,v,l,!f '"""1'y 'I ho Clillilruii's i'anacoa-Tl- io Hlotlur'jj Friend. Cnslorla Is a linrniless snb.stltufo Tor Cnstor Oil, Nonfiling Syrups. It l.s pleasant. It contains neinier Opium, Jlorplilno nor other Kareotlo What is CASTORIA Paro-Korlf.rnMi- iiid (Jlayliornn WIIfoii, Itouurl Swain. (K ileifiidiinln. ) 5242 Coin'lh. vs. Alary Long. 5243 fun 'ih. vs. Merman Morris. 5244 Com'th. vs. Owen Crowo. 5248 Com'lh. vs. ilaker llorleh. Rupert Taylor, Kil Dortch, Lull Klrby. 5249 Cnm'lli. vs. II. F. Stcarfltiiaii. 5251 Cnin'lli. vs. Andrew I'ryor. 5252 Cornlli. vs. Snnio. 525:1 Com'lli vs. Hod Tom Autry. 5251 Com'th, vs. Red Tom An try. 5255 CiUTi'ih. vn. John V nn? A wiry. 521.1! C;im':Ii. h. .1. 1' 'mi ii f;r vs, I'Vuif. hollow, Hun; do rihon, , flat VtS The Woman?s TokSc a trial. I T y r. 5258 Oom'tlt. vh. II. T. Taylor. 5251) Com'lli vs. Ileru.nii Morris. . Tom Williams, 5200 Com'll KIvIh WIlllDtns, 520 ( GENUBNE CASTOR! A S) Bears the Signature of Harry VVnoilhiirn. ALWAYS .(20 ilefenilanta.) I r2 17 Com'th. vh. Wlllium Combs. Till It I) DAY. &frj TMC CfNTAUW J&6&cA 6te COMf ANY, HL W VOHK CITV Dennis, Kowt ' r.250 Com'tli FulVi rsoii, F .til I'i'I' rrKi'it, Chan. Fiilkeraou, Hay Hunter, Dolplilii Hunter, Itobt. Green,, Ji! Jerry Clark, In Use For Over 30 Years' The Kind You Have Always Bought . Oscar Taylor, Tobe Wyillck, Tom MnKler", lnt Wyillck, Harry Woodlnirn, Harrison Madilox, Jake IIiirIi Myers, - Uowen, Alort Tato. s 5257 Com'th.- vs. Waller May Ouy TaylOr, Iloss Whlltcr, (lUMlcfeiulants.) ' FOURTH DAY. Com'th. v. 1'ranU Allon, J. L. Smith, ,,1. II. Swa'n. Jolmson Ilnniu. Htliry Aildingtoli, fifuivin E'verly. Clarence Morris, Jim Morris. Oldlnm, Jr. Ijifi Myers. 1'rniik Tiehtnor, . Jlnrlon Halls, 1 Wilbur Faaplit., Ilerninn Render, Cd'ntule Allon, ' Charley Overton, r Everett Tlchouor, Orville.WUllams, E3tll Fiilkorson, ' ' Alva Clmncellor, ' Finis Iglehear't. Noah Lee'WItitrow. (22 defendants.) I llcury Hlenrsmnn. Headache, backache. side ache, nervousness. tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., arc surqsigns ofwoman,? , ly trouble. Signs that you need'Cardtti,'thc'w6riianV innin Vni, pinrinf iil.ft u t,V(nt.. in li 111,4 ,uiuui nrt... Univ.. t i vuiniui niunw n iinoiurvv. in for your trouble, li has been helping 1wqakr-?ling"-4 ut and it always does me good." still use Cardui when I feel a Tittle bad, ""IWI IUI IllUlb lllUU IIIIV VI.U10. 1" II oacn MM fad Get a Bottle it 11 I ?A,i m-3-Z3 ' , . & Dee Starck Pianos No Monej in AiU'tmro Siilihfnc-Mo- n (iiinr-n- n May. FOURTH DAY. 52.11 Com'th. vs. Jesse Fulkcrson, ct ul. Set for trial as to defendant Dolly ShiK-cto- 5215 Com'th. vs. Hlza Allen, Kslill Fulkersou, ltoss Whitlur, Oncur Taylor, Kay Hunter, (7 defendants.) FIFTH DAY. 3259 Com'th. vs. Rood Hurt, Iteekham Fentress, lillly .Schroader. KcKiitar 4!' 71 O.Ntohi'i-, Jess Fulkcrson, Charles Fulkenon, eo LowrnlNct t 1 I n nliiry I'rirnH i There Is more Catarrh In. this section of the country" flidn all offiiir diseases put tiiKether, nml until the last fow years was supposed to be Im urable. For a crent'many yars doctors pronounced lta Ideal dlsvase and prescribed local remedies, nml by constantly failing to cure With local treatment, pronounced It Incur-nblScience has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh &.Cure., manufactured by F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only Constitutional cure on the market. It is Internally. It nets directly on tlio taken tiiooa And mucous surfaces or the system. They 'offer one hundred dollars for. any case It falls to cure. Send for circulars nml testimonials. e. 0 ? I ''zW' '..5t naHVar iuu ui iiro ana aci.on. :i iiea won me it fire offirfc inspiraiiorttufiU'fbllowed11 by 250 sli.ortiiRtpries of aoVenture, will miikp . ( . '0 Trr W uq"i 3 -- ,r- - YOUTH'S COMPMION f.3.'tf I ! .""in ( Better Than Ever in 1915 f minds, the best the world can produce ' , f . t, .11 if 5 U' ' t. 'I'rniiM l!a pa 5ibck uni I Sn viiij on to s n ) (1 From wry l)inct si 30 i OVfHHOME Wi will lilli Mti ft beautiful Kl.mk Vlaim fir :. tl.iys' frrp ir.nl. In our mi" No c. Mi l.ommt required .II wo hh- m that jutt will U upoii, a.s 1. ml ii.i If. ut il luid tliN Mr Ihu letiru.li 1'l.in ot. s iOtoni'il ami liiift in.inoof tl..it time, you li i. ut luvoiteer t , In uy, tl..u i n fur i lie iin i.. y. jnti aru at tivifii'l.Iihvr It liack, ami w. will. In tliut mti.I mm;, i'.o !' li)tli aJ. Til Id ijturcl; I'lanu must :na!io ruchJ vlll-. you, r tl .re lu no kale. i- BAYS' FREE kfr5$ ",: ""5o A of - n cn( . Address: F J CUENnY & CO., Toledo. Sold by DrucBlils. "Sc. Tako Hall's Family I'llla for constipation. m i .atsras ?iSH art vS,?' - . tifcr a Aj 'v-AP- I 9 IIM.") Term. WiKon Anil The Report1? from Washington Tiu-ltT- . I j .:r"1'"w-5vvr- c -J .! wj, 1 S53 IN YOUR ftiU Save SI50.G0 or More Vic fli.p "litMt tu ou from our fjclnrr, at n 1.1.' tlul kiii 1011 tiparu if St i Tn t ill i nr ijp r citrjutro In fitrtit'Ii m a Ull.r v lluu )uu u.l limn fir tin; ou me nrnl cf iiir. tl iixlitr. ktifi(tury frt toi.cJ durnltlv liljli Rrjila no i 1R.Yss-C':i!'ante 2nd-Hand Easy Paymcnls "!0 ilay i the Iuw pouK1!) icil lv u plitu .iirc iu.tnuf.ir.iiri r. TIh-trrnn ari n. ainnl to n.r itnvi nil nee, un.I il U pisililo for Milt limine, ,iUiout hi to I.' y a pfriiu for li r.t, casLt tiiini "I b I'. Voii pay in. ci cf irUl, K'M ran lniu ilouu. but .iflrr mr ni"nry. yur oiarcn Playar-PiinbtaiXiC . riaw U 'puriiittnl for 1 ,Tnr. oca lniv "riintr? r.vrtv RtirrV & Bargains o r( it cur 3j'yrar of plinc fjfvrlrrtr, tml tlir irrrr' fallen rri!iIMv f .in piano liousc. liair nmitanllv m lun I A .llidill) ' mire iiihmi co.n,I lunl lmi of all am Jtiindanl malini IjI.iii in lor iuw St it V rinot W nj J'Uyer-I'Iinos- . 50 Free Music Lossons Sunli luiiflc ts rjn ire Wcbcr InR i few Stcinway of in Totnrry piirtlii'or l'lun, 1lir bt ChlnikV Klir fri In one of ! i Chlckering Kimball ... by null. one year' yon Ukc lu your oun home, kiinun Starck .... .. umplc barnjlr.si ?110.C0 . . 92.00 ., . . 90.03 llic follow. r i tin !mi unit iiiiiI tifiiill I'lmim in ms tui I'ljrr mcrki't. Von nil! In- wllli the many ex clmlie d'Jlufrt .of llie. uonti'rful Intriinuin, and will lie ili'.lel with the my low prior at nlilrh thry can be Fcttir'd. A rlajer-i'uuu- Piano Bool; Free Soul today for our mw beautifully lllustratitl piano liook whlcli irlii'3 )ou a larire amount of intonna llun resanllni;iiUno. Tlilt bKik will Interest anJ plrase you. Write today. .. 95.00 193.00 Thli r(innti frre Instruction. Send for our latest complete teconil liaml bargain Hit. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1313 Starck BldiJ., CHICAGO FARE $322 JIDAILY BETWEEN GLEVEIAND & Lmm 1 rZiWiin JfflSaSVwi.SASSir BUFFALO -M fc Sloeplmr uramroaja. BWBjg3SpE Tk. Crut noit rotlr Th i in.l iwn. f or lift) pacnitM. "CITY OF ERIE" CLEVELAND-Dai- ly, !j't-ri- paLufo watsaa water of th world. Shin "SEEANDBEE timir on my inUnd 3 Slmr. - CrTY OF BUFFALO lat-BUFFALO May 1st to Dec. . . !3kfc Viiad-JSia'alSST1 (iKiralrltamhrtlnm) and 0nlun polnti. Railroad for Kier I'alU o I all toK-r- twuuortatioa ou our ateamwa. Conneetloiu at for twcVi and Uutr.la aro ' CilinJl rdln U yuur ticket aat lit for Ik-e- ta O. & II. I.'nu. iwl Aak I r 14 THE Coiulifallr for our n'rtnrt'l an I lHet frw. CLKVELAWP & UUFFALO TRAN31T lu ureal CO.. Cl.TaUnd. I I Ohio jTHOS, B. MOSSi; Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. experience with best of workmen, andean Call me on Hartford X yive any referonco desired. Xf.Mill (.J.)., 'pnone, or auuress mo m naruuru, ivy. EitVitimo V, Com'th. vs. I.ee I.oytl, 4H72 Com'th. vs. Leo I.oyti. 171! Com'tli. vh. I.ee TiO;).", Com'th. vs. Israel Jones. tCOJ-- i Com'th. vs. Inigcnc llarrcll. n 0 .J 1 Com'tli. n. Hardin Tanner. j 50K0 Com'th. vs. Curtis itrewer. 5095 Com'th. vs. Whnllti ICIuk. ' 5110 Com'th. vs. (Mantle Daugherty. I.ill7 Com'th. vs. Will Duke. 51 IS Com'tli. vs. Will Duke. '5110 Com'th. s. Will Duke. 5120 Com'th. vs. Will Duke. 5122 Com'th. vs. Will Duke. 5122 Com'th. vs. Uoliert Ililllnnl. 512! Com'th. vs. Chester Loyd. 5122 Com'th. vs. Sam Mosley. 5122 Com'th. vs. Sam Mosley. ."125 Com'th. vs. ICverctt Guy. ( 5120 Com'th. vs. same. 5137 Com'th. vs. Same 513S Com'th. vs. Same 5139 Com'th. vs. Same 5140 Com'th. vs. Same 5144 Com'th. vs. Archie Autry. 5152 Com'th. vs. Willlo Kissinger, 5152 Com'th. vs. Lawrence Jones. 5154 Com'th. vs. William Render. 5155 Com'th. vs. Goldle Hoyal & Fannlo Dalze. 5150 Com'th. vs. Otis Anient. 5101 Com'lli. vs. Elzle Allen. 5102 Com'th. vs. Porter Evans. 51G4 Com'th. vs. John Render. 5173 Com'th. vs. Kverett Guy. 5174 Com'th. vs.' Fred Sweeney. 5175 Com'th. vs. John Nelson. 5179 Com'th. vs. Mrs. Geo. Ford. 51S2 Com'th. vs. Lon Liiulsey. 5183 Com'th. vs. Lon Liiulsey. 5185 Com'th. vs. Shelby Morris, 5.189 Com'th. vs. Wesley Purrlsh. 5191 Com'th. vs. Dill 'Taylor, 5192 Com'th. vs. Ira Cook, 5193 Com'th. vs. Arthur Duncan. ninn com'tli. vs. s. c. Ilobb. 5133 Com'th. vs. Murray Madtlox. THIRD DAY. 5203 Com'th. vs. Horace Fierce 5207 Com'tli. vs. Gilbert Huycs. 5213 Com'th. vs. Hufus Mlntou. 5214 Com'th. vs. Arthur Cooper. 3215 Com'th. vs. Alton l'arrls & Goebel l'arrls. 521G Com'th. vs. Goebel l'arrls. 5217 Com'th vs. Claude Graves. 5218 Com'th. vs. Claude Graves. 5219 Com'th. vs. Claudo Graves. 5221 Com'th. vs. Luther Daniel. 5222 Com'th. vh. L. H & St. L Ry. Co. 5223 Com'th. vs. Lom Taylor & Mol-li- o Coomcs. 5224 Com'th. vs. Murray Crowo & Hob Davidson. 5225 Com'th. vs. Lorenzo Hamilton. 5220 Com'th. vs. Murray Crowo & Dob Davidson. 5227 Com'tli. vs. Alton l'arrls. 5228 Com'th. vs. Terry Crowtlcr. 5229 Com'th. vs. Jerry Clark, ct ul. Gilbert Wright, l.esllo Craig, Wayne Splnks, Clarence Richardson, Klwood Lee, Chas. Lee, Harvey I'lumraer, , Guy Cliinu. (8 defendants.) 5230 Com'th. Vs. Cluude Allon & Lafo Crowley. 5232 Com'th. vs. Oscar Durall. - Com'th. vs. Claudo Graves. 52335234 Com'th. vs. Elbert Goodall. 5237 Com'th. vs. Richard Carpenter. 5235 Com'th. vs. Charley Alvey. (Appeal.) 5239 Com'th. vs. Ilruno Frey. (Appeal.) 5240 Com'th. vs, Ep IUsluger.et al SKCOND DAY. the effect that President opposed to tariff tinkering. He thinks that the Democratic Id law should are to Wilson Is Tar-- " Tliree Current Issues Free If you do not know THE COMPANION let ua send you Threo Current Iosues FIUZE. Incloso this Coupon with your request. foY you andf everyoie .rj in the jiome. Jrere is iftadezt- "mit,9l.l5lftrlsI?5,n iuu. 9E. o Avj '"" u - j ' 52 Tinvcs-c- i Those who subscribe now. sending $2 have a longer trial, t, r.tmi for tho C2 issues of THE COMPANION Mo;e good reading han,yQU.jviU-.-iand expresses a belief that, after tho for 1915, will receive Tho Companion Homo Calendar ntCE. war Is overhand Jmpo,rt&.aroback on a normal basis, the ability of tfio e SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT Tr4,PrFICE ,. ,. ,, r Wlhon-- L ndcrwood Tariff to produce - TUB. HARTFORD KKI'CltLICAX AMI YOUTH'S qO,MUANIONVOXB,t necessary revenues will be estab().i: VUAi: KOll OXhV S2.7.-- 1. Hshcd. .e(sl si t ' t .' ' . i . H'ltliltui The revised tariff schedules of the .It!' Wilson Underwood law were in eftect '.'JAl"! . c. i more than n year before 'the war l0.i"i r:? ri started and in that time It accomplished a Kreat deal in the direction I li!.Vf .UTUt of putting business conditions ou its back and wage earners on their "uppers." T'hk Republican and Ix)uisville jHeralHr... ..JA8.1: .r.Vl.S'4 . i ,V)a,-- l' The condition produced In tho Industrial 'and commercial fields In THii Reptrlican and St. Louis Globe-Deniocr.;'.:'. 1.7& this country and every time the Demand Home and Farm.,....vcoc.Mvv..Mtuduli'60 ocrats have undertaken to enforce The policy were, reprotheir Free-Trad- o d Tar- j '1Ihe.Repuhlican and duced by tho iff revision. ' 66-Republican .and Louisville Daily ,,...',.,, Foreign manufacturers poured Into tlio American market, with tho re - The ttKl'UBLlCAN aud JJailV UWenBDOrd'iUdtlirer.??'.'. 3.60 'l'AA' suit that opportunities for the cltl- ' - a- Week OrhorO I8SengeT...t75 REPUBLICAN and Twice zens of the United States to earn an Ml ' ''-honest living were reduced and hun republican anaT iveiuucKy .arner..,lX.1l!l,,V,,,,A ftl'-j- " dreds of thousands of idle men and men were obliged to eat out or the Thf Republican and New Idea WomarVs'M'eMde.'. i.SO" ? " . hands of charity. .; t And that would undoubtedly bo The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly"'En(4tfiTer., :... T.50v '' ' '' ' ' v"'' J ' ;t. the condition now were It not for; . . IJ.m.im.t nH ii tumj lmmJlniln,nMl.ill',.i.HMi:i Rll 'P.... lVbl UliullAii uuu l'.i.il-l- r auivi uicairuiiu rui tuca sijiui- -. the war, which is doing for us what 1 nr. I 'it. t a protective Tariff did under Repubi lican rule for upward of sixteen KjjtVI .' )" O in I iV years. RE-pVtBLIN;- ; In spito of an Inconio tax and a war tax, this country Is running behind financially every month, and If 'id 'h ' : 'i.r'i'jc- it wasn't for the war a greut army of wage earners would be taking THE n enforced vacation. Trenton (N. 8EWINC J.) State Gazette. . MACXIINI OF ! it . nr. iMiir Neuralgia Puins Htoppetl. QUALITY. r i 'i v ft t im' ; You need to suffer thoso ' j i . -- nWl2." Year""1" ' 'i OUR CLUBBI'N(ftiWi at. Wilson-Underwoo- jhe Hi(.v lju I..,.,,. the rrQrii. tf"Z "- i: '"i'' i,.i' 1 Address all orders to m i. '' THE NEW NOT USE LI V-VER-- LAX don't agonizing nerve pains in the face, head, arm, shoulders, chest and back. Just apply a few drops of soothing Sloan's Liniment; lie quietly a few You will get such relief minutes. Life and tho world and comfort! will look brighter. Get a bottle today. 3 ounces for 25c., ut all Druggists. Penetrates without rubbing. 1 Free-Trad- e Is the stepping stone to prosperity," says a political organ. Yes, and 3,000,000 American worklngmeu who saw the fires lu the mills quenched by Free-Trad- e and factories where they worked will tramplo the stepping stone under their feet In 191G ou their way to voto for a Protective Tariff President. r fur For Lazy Liver ass the Troubles r ot . ' . UNDER ANY SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME i i Constipation. I'i it, - ! j vi ir WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Hyoutmrehai.ethcNKWl.OUKyoullt havo a life aet ut Uie price you iy, and will uothavcanendlesschulnofrepulra. ,, ,Dqn't; by fmm work for davs bv takinir caiaMeil ' whpn'nlpasalit Liu- - Vtr-tM- x kfDS .v :rr , u Felight r-- ,T .tlC . ;, , e, , olL.tl)e,tlmej ,i VT,h?1.XZ&ZXZ?i A ' ,!j..s-i...A- .i -- lir' fi L II rrSii li ConSdere4 tem ami relieves constipation. A bat-ur-al remedy, natural ih its actions, sura' In its effect and certain in 'results. It !, won't bo lone be(orp. Uyf completely displace calomel, in l" home. Children can take it freely with perfect' aafety. Evey botde rutr anteed. 60c nd Ih'iw PettfcM. Wen., Kcr-iavr,- r9SSS2arln , ,fc CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR r want a scwlnjniachlue, write for oar latest rutulogtic before you riuruhaMV Be Nsw Homd Sewin Macfta Co., Imp, If you J. H. WVLUA;, . .'" t u 3 .HyvUord. ' Ky. r --i t 1r V IJ K"r Mln In tim Imck reanMajr.. Is Ut Ufltt' Antl ClM IM1U. 7 7 .. ..ji if .. i; (0! v f L ,, . . &Hi0r!&yFVg1!f1ff V iM 5 rt The House of Matchless Values! fc I The Place Where You Get More for Less Money, A so-)oi- WUndersell Themf All. T. VINSON (& SON, J. 3TOa.:r MOney Sssis&frgawwsaiS1 JE3Leep A . other than' SPECIAL BEQUEST TO OUK CUSTOMERS: If you can possibly do so, eomoPonie dny in llie week so gre at it Mill get better seiviee, and help us out. The Saturday crush lor our bargains is turday. By doing the best service. A big lot of new arrivals on sale iiov. is absolutely impossible to handle and give i Till "nroxa. Beaver Dam, Ky. See Tits"-. ' '' rf 1 to a late hour last, night. Ilrltlsh of- detenu hiatiou ofcHje national Issues I Crook will dnny that It exists. it a task at all and I assure you WAR NEWS ficials expected none, considering that will call 'for decision a. year i 'The courts have the power ip end t!i nt the niepiorr of it, and of thU LATEST GREAT that Bulgaria has been definitely lionco. Not only should every Pcm-- I Hjfo wrong against free government, gift, will alwas bo, a sweet one 10 committed to the Germanic allies, clcrnt register, but every Republican but the Courts cannot act without . me." dispatch from Loudon. Monday. well If the elecJ proof. The average i OF CONFERENCE A very enjoyable feature of the . .Tlio Balkan. The Russian min- according to ahave landed at Salonlkl and Independent as representative of way knowing what Isvoter has no Allied troops Unit Is to be truly of the situation conference- was the sluglng of Mrs. the city at large. He does or i in Ilay Armstrong; of Leilehtield, K. ister at Siilla has been ordered by and while Greece linn made a protest the wilt of the majority. Kiiially essential Is It that the should 'know the situation In his own Too'muck cannot be said of Mrs. his Government, to leave ibe Rulg.ir-Ia- n of the violation of her neutrality as flrst'page.). ......... . ....-it (Continued from .l1it r ..It...... capital, if within twenty-fou- r a matter of form. It Is declared that registration IIhIb, when mado up, j precinct or neighborhood and ulicth-slia- ll n!k mmw LUUUir I 'CillSlrlU.lH'B couthln tho name of no man i er' men registered from vacant lot Bishop Atkins roada a decided nil hours Bulgaria , does not openly the people 'wink at," the infringeefdored people were nddressert by riot possessed of the right to vote, if lor houses are actually citizen break with the Central powers and ment. of when he 'invited her to u solo. Rev; W. It. Wagoner nt the colored officers dismiss the Austro-Germn- n there is to be popular as distinguish- - Louisville or not. Hip minMethodist church. Most of On Battlefield. Russia Ims be- ed from Invisible government. who recently arrived in that country The Times believes that the hiic ' isters and delegates left for their It is known to every man with a cess of tho Democratic ticket will to direct the opeatlous of King Fer- gun an energetic offensive In the Your Co nm'ltte on resolutions homes .Monday afternoon. dinand's army." The other Power east, and Petrograd "reports that the knowledge of local conditions that he for the best Interest of the city, The conference adjourned Monday presents the ' following for your of the Quadruple Entente are back- forces have met with considerable Iho registration lists In. Ioulsvllle tho county and the stale, but of more had adoption. ' ; ni noon. Most of the business ing up in this demand, and success, capturing four villages and have been padded for 'past elections rial moment than party success I In no (formal or accustomed Ian-- . Bulgaria Husia been disposed of at Saturday's sestherefore must decide, on some Genua n trenches. Herlln de and now contain thousands of names the right of the people to a free bal(Session there ft(&fp of thanks w&uld we chronicle. sion and for 'tbe final jontinui'd neutrality or be considered nles these claims, however. In the (placed there- by fraud. If- - these lot and a fair count. Whichever remained only one or two committee' our stay In Hartford or the rich Chris definitely committed to the Central west the bombardments are reported names are not purged, they and not party win. Louisville will lose. If reports and the reading of the Con- tlatt Itftapltoilty which has been almost, immediately. It is almost continuous, and trench fightthe rightful voters of Louisville will fraud exercises the balance of power, by the' large hearted Powers ference appointments for the ensuwar-bhidecide the result. Only the fool In as It will If tbe registration lists am ing ear. After financial eports had ctlizenotilp. We believe thnt future thought 'King Ferdinand 'h'as'made ing continues, while Hritlsh are shelling Itelglum coast politics can be Indifferent as to this not fairly made up.- - Louisville his choice and in awaiting only tbe neon made, resolutions of thanks years wu how that the seventieth state of fact. Only tho political Times. for the hospitality of Hartford had" session of ,lie Louisville Conference completion of mobilization to strike towns held by the Germans. .. been adopted and just before the jM nillatw in many wuyn. It has at Serbia. l'nlted Statet.. Disavowal of tbe seventieth annual session of the con- TJc'elV febUulp in being the septuagent Itaiu and mud Arawic sinninB ana assumption m 44M4,f44-HH.HKMf,4,4M.MOn Battlefield. ference 'was brought to a close' with oi" the 'conference, having rounded ar- lialiility ly Die German (.overnmeut t the benediction by Rlauqp Atkins, 'out bere'its three score and ten have prevented the'Anglo-Prenc- h mies from continuing their full of- contained in a nine siiomiiieci jes- the appointments!" for tbe various years, fensive In Artols. Fighting of a terday Ut Secretary of State Ixinslng oastors for thetoniiug M'our were H has been utftable in its "" both by Count von HernstorlT. completed stubborn nature continues, aj) nou need: by tbe good peopf of Hart sides trying to gain vantage points. Herlin's surrender on tho Issue of ' OnciMmi-District. ford. Heaver Dam .nd vicinity. Here Champagne, Is submarine warfare, uipl cleared the ! .T. T. mulling, Presiding .Kldr. Ve have enjoyel , quiet, refined; Success here, a in varying, although the Allies are hold- - way for the American Government Iieaver Dam. AV. C. Prank; -, -" j virtually all the ground they to take up tho injustice of the Rrit-l- h Calhoun,' L'. K.' May. Kentucky s great tradxtion for hospt-- i nB .,, Iiave gained In the fast week ,s thrust. . . . .. ..- e'entertown, .1. R. Hayburn. n many. My u.e peac., o, uou u.e mU (hat glnIar, Contra 'City. B. P. Adklnsoif. on these blessed homes and pa. the iW )je maU. boforL, w TbarvTay. Cloverport. Paul S. Powell. gIorrt)U Christ torever Mtlne in ttieir Delivery of Hill- -' Tins- llalkans. Drakesboro, P. K. Lewis. i ; 'C.'XT. "" Don't .get excited over ... .Tlie L'nlted hi ' Raria's uniavorable reply to Russia Dundee, J. P. Vanlioy. , This session h:us been .notable lit f.,lll(, , saxMy tue rw,ut.sts of thv has brought the crisis in the near! ( Pordsville,- 0. W. Sugart. passing events. Attend to aloug some .'ilies of c- - , rt , S,fos for ., ,ilvowal f h st i a i,..,,,! and develoued evl- Greenville Station, J. R. McAfee. the fact that business. Tliat's what we itrt and activity ..; havj real. j ,r.,hi. n;it!'ing and assumption' of 15-a- deuces of" a programme of cAisollda-wi- s Greenville Circuit, L. M. .Russell. . for whlc-- j ive li.e J.eu P"'o- - j,,!lt; Jor ,Ilc. .,,.,. it K,amo known iin r Gormanie and Turkish allies :,,'"iWWW!i.J n are doing. 3? Hartford, H. W. Napier. ").!... urmbershw i f lngf liitT a;.u toijing. lihfll f0nowjB a wfiito Hei-- - for a cle.tn sweep troiii Hertin and Hawesville, P. T. Howird HBjttViiiinj;:! iss Maybe you need a sweat- i i! ; Vienna to. Constanrlnople. X-tft.,-- suc- tic tomereuc ..i.s imwi-- i m.v t.- - ,,.,-- , nnVj. !.tweei- - esideiit Lewlsburg, W. I.. Shell. (M : man;. ,v nuances, uespin .iou'ai.'l Secretary Ionising regartliiiR- - ces of which largeBy depends upon sports or for er 'or outdoor I.ewisport, P. C. Duvall. t'.ir Jluropean nr Mii t'ic tstri'ire ol ibe laf bv Count veil the continued neutrality of Greece 4 LJvermore, R. L. Tally. more practical wear. You rops "ju xbai" jtcc.Hotia f .!- !- ' 'n ' TJernstoff.. .lud Rumania., whose assist ance-- . howMuceo. AV. S. Buckuer. surpass all past records can be suited here. I feretice. Thomas St- - John Galfney, Amort--ca- n ever, the Ilrltlsh Allies are needing. North HuiUord. .1. L. Joyce. In v'kw of irn.c manifold at AlunlKli,- - lias Tlie German Kiuperor'n umbitiotm for ? connul' ?1 Owensboro Breckeurldge St. It. Then maybe, you need !;.'. A'troffiT far'tiir, n:'i the v os..v.v"'.vs announced that he will resigir in ac- - j expansion toward Indli and Aalw are ir. Hlgglus. " X ' any one or more of a dozen .'. . his cordance with the request from Wash ,m.n, witlt Klag Constantine, Owcnsboio Circuit, C. P. liar lS- 1. He It' resofveif. that wo bfrvlrr-tende- Ington, lnrt: say he will ask in. In- -' brotlier-in-laother men's furnishings that holding the situation 4 fer.1. to tie tC' railroads. theIUi-noit- i 'vostiiratlon of his case. Memorial, J. ini his palm. That Promler Venize-los- r On cnsbtiro--Settle- we sell, luy here and save Centrjl, ami tile - & N.;;: to. f resignation was vlrtuully a II. Savaggc. money. ThcmIiiv. Oweiisbprti Third .Ntrcjt, ' M L. tho two Jocal napef tfte' Herald and has heois declared, another- lu- an'. to. Tlie- HallirtuiH. Tlie time allotted J dlcallpn of the rapid dcvulppment. of the UeRubljcqwr'toi fyt Oyer. jJo'courteous-l- y Hlulgurla through Russia, to bceak tho great project, whlclu means the Owensboro Woodlawn. It. C ,Mc- - the attbrneys'w)n jij, tiioir offlcesr with the GermaiTic allies, has expired, bhifolug or the crucial hulds of Uie extended tlje Dnwell. ,: (o the 'past'orH anf ' memoers of Miw but the expiration of the time limit war to the HalUau penliojulur. RusRochesteV,' To Ins', supplied. ' ' , , Haptis,t and qrj'a (an-- 5fcurch.es;' to. brought no immediate St:iHly, 0. V. Wilson. sian, French, British and Serbian surface '' 111 Soda, nsketO for' tlluih the Iterli. JV. 'airier and his noble' to clarify the Bltuatioin nilni-iterSacramento. 'II. F.HlggtniO KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, , people; ,ti bnjthejr'iyobtsrt I'.ear aav.t Kvents have been occurring, how - ijiijsports. Sqn.ti Carrolltqu and, Jsland, the swwt singers wllo'isslsted liirru'; (ever, fa- keepirrg with tho rast-ap- , Jl. GtiiVry. ' ' i?tHpl)ent-i.V- ( in.im.lilni. nwlotu ...,,. .i.rr .... ,,., to Hon.'CT. M. 'Burnett' for his whI-co- ,111 imi.iiiffe ... .0,0 ln..W'l,rF It... niltrV . Dm Itatlcllelds. With reports that a'ddresis, a'nd 'to'ttt' entire 'coin- - .of tho Hdlkaus into the Kuropeutii great German forces are moving for- In the pro At an unexpected time ceedings Itev.'ll. Ci. Poote. ot Louis mu'nlty otrHhearrf felt ' tlianks for- - t(5onfict. 'Russian warships litive up-- 1 ward for an assault upon Serbia arp vlllo, arose and addreshlni; tly I'.lsb-- j every'. klpdnei-s- ' 'ami' tht uuragging.,,L.ami in. tlie Black Sea off the Hull--; varied! accounts uf oontlnuml firing op, said: "XVe'liave enjoyed our am unstinted hospitality. And whU'ian-liort r Varna; French noiP' In the west, whtre the TmitoiiH uch lu Hartford, very nijiff. w.ii.cauUit thfiVik him, we can say tint IHrltish troops havo lauded at Salou- - seemingly endeavoring In forestall tay,,here apprt'clafed thepreseiiro ikl, a Creek port fifty miles south a continuation of the AUIim'' offerv-AVe have been well cared for and iro we deeply thankfp) tq the good people,,' How- and presidency .btK Bishop James tho Bulgarian frontier, and Bui- - slve. Russia continues bur eltorts GOES TO PRESS SOON ever, we wanted to show our iippro-elatlo- n .garlan troops have been iuassed h" to assunie the Initiative, and von - ' H. that this j;'reat iiiimbers along the Serbian' Hlndnliurg Is said' to be receiving to one In a,' mote Dell lubscrlber, almost without exception, is able F.rcrr way. Will Hro. Napier idease stand session hubfhvra 1.0 notable In Its frontier. to buy 'the good advertised In this directory. Reserve Jnit ijnergetlt- - piist record of achievements, uotablo Tor your space today. Ask the Manager for rates. up (The, mildest tor of the local 'criurcli anil afso very tlie high ,iid bpirltaal order of tau lp the west till". (Jieete.-- - After ai consultation with InmUlielils. Oh (iiereiaMiofcereinoiiies arose sermons 'luid'adilresses delivered, no - jurmaI24 uuve p;rblsied In their focmF pnimiers King (Toiistuntiiiu. ssA plainly blushing and embarrassed.) tablo for the entire absenfu 'of the I driving 'counter-attack- s' agalust the- formed a coalition cabinet vtlth M Supplements Changes and We, wero determined that till. Zaccb-eii- s least friction or Unpleasantness, "o-- 1 llritiah iiulil they have retaken moil Zalmi at the hesid' and Is at work oui Should have mdVe suliftantiul table for tbe peace or God which las(,r so thu lm'tiibershlp. which Is expected to (rulieiuoflerri redoubt, your other tlo corrections reeoRniliou" nitui mere resolutions. seemed to brood over the entire ses-- 1 Ilamtlj )V soldiers:, be completed Ceriuan advertising in listings every Kloll i,(, r, resolved, that we do here- We, and that means nearly, Prenclr lighting-- of a violent nature of this conference, 'thought , )V tender our thanks to our Heaven-wu- ll in Artocts throaghout tho day Is re- member but does not should be The Keglstiatliin.. to make a presentation to him.jiy .'ather for all these mercies and ported lu thu Preuch official stateand Wednesday aro the conflict nude at once We have beard the little birds whis- - j bH'sstiiRs unit hereby pledge ourselves ment which adds that to the south' ilaya set apart by law for registrafor the now with other perlng thrungti he trees so.methng , work mort) earnestly in saving, of Girenchy the- Germans have gatir-e-d tion. Pullure to register means the of Interest ,Ju connection with the.Kl)Uli)i lu siting the poor, the sick, u foolivig nt the crossing of llvn loss ot the right to vote at tho Cummediums. book. tet. "It Is not well lor man to be .. ...faint hearted . aiid to give oursel- - roads, but were repulsed everywhere ing election. That election will denlono' but we did not think it well ves wuoiy to the service of our termine not only the character of els to antlciiiate. ho our gm is noi 01 .... Saviour. Jesus Christ during tut tho State Government for tho. next or cut glass but this Bible. comim of Iho Conference. Wednesday. four years, but or the judiciary ot J!sHsssH H this hymnal and Ibis book of discipFRANK M. THOMAS, Greece. -- Premier Venlzolos, of Louisville iittd Jefferson county for line nicely bound In full morocco." J. S. CHANDLER, Greece, reigned after King Constan - tho next six. Involved lu It, Is tho .Suiting the action to the word Dr, 'S. L. (!. COWARD, Unit Informed him ho was uiiahlu to iiuestlon whether the city adminisPoote then handed tlie volumes to'It. V. BKNNETT. support the policy of his ministry, tration js to havo a friendly or hosNapier and Bishop Atkins ' ward Rev. PAUL S. POWKLL. dispatch re- - tile General Council, thut Is, whether ncording to them out and took readied J. B, SKAY. or nnta- colved In Purls. The Premier has.thoro ts to bo saying 011 them . andr. passed .stood linn for tho observance of thofgouistu lu tho conduct of the execu-treat- y m "Lot the gifts go through of alllunce between Greece tlve and legislative branches ot tho A. S. of K. Notice". hatnlH'in&jin evidence of my fullest The Ohio Ctounty Union, of th,o A. and Serbia, while thu King favored civic government in tho two remainendrJ',nH'n.t.'" ing years of Dr. Buschemeyer's adtaking u neutral stand. Revo ..Mr., i Napier responded say- - S. or K. Is culled to meet at Hartford ministration as Mayor, next Saturday. October 9th, at 9 ln;,risThero'uri) hours too sacred for Russia's ultimatum Thu Issues concerned have to do Thu Balkan. meecli .fThls"ls a Hind of that kind. o'clock u. id. All tobacco growers, whether, members, or not, are re- - to Bulgaria, which' was not delivered 'intimately and Individually with the I alireclato very much this generous, until Sunday afternoon, expired yes Interests or every resident, not less (questou 10 00 prcseni. CoriVlnued on page four. I'- - STK KNS, Pres terday afternoon, but " answer had than ot every citizen, of Louisville. ' .,ii.UUu..t..l.M4it-.4loli!i- r lor iuu' IJOX li9, 0WENSH0R0, KY. '. . """ very plenum; tasu jiheromay can HKN11YJ. PIRTLi:, Secy. IJ bwu received, so fur a known, up They will have their Inlluenco lu the 1 Is a i .i pus -- enter-tafniue- nt o I Now, Don't ! ..-..w .- Order-in-CouncI- L ... Get"HefUp! . . JiL "rvii" "'V2$3rF4 ' I - sj' - .! J i I 3 '. .' M.-j?- i f r I- al - $$ - n'et. Imll-catio- ( s Hub Clothing Company The Next Issue of . Ale.'-unde- . - f'W-K- tv of Ac-ki- The Bell Directory l - n, to-da- y. rgMJ yrr ' , "... ..'.. ;f f h vfC "i KTaamtswwmttrt