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The Hartford republican: October 22, 1915 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 hao1915102201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 22, 1915 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Wyt Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV11I. certificate made for ii Jiartfxrrd fSttwitdu DEVOTED TO Till: INTERESTS 0l: ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year .No. HAUTJFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915. 'III-'Cl. lfr for which a provision Is foe of $5.00, which slmtl . VAITIX. WATf A WEAK EFFORT Ik )nhl to Hie two members of the "We are still waiting on Judge lllrkhead to call a special session State lloiinl of Examiners mill Is to of the Jury to Investigate that famous, primary Will ho do It? Thu TO FOOL PEOPLE i:iy tliem for holding tills oxamlnu-tint- i. odds are against his calling it. Hut what good would it do to call a (This Is the certificate talked special session, without appointing a special commonwealth's attoruliout by the llartford'Horald In this ney to prosecutu the cass when Mr. Itiugo has his hands full nt presweek's Issue for which the $ti.00 fee ent lighting the contest with Mr. Tanner for one of the offices over Is to lie cliiirKi'd find by which It which there was so much money spent and whlskoy drunk. Hartford Herald Hatches to convey tbu Idea that Mr. "Imagine the circuit Judge going Juto a saloon on Fourth street Morrow N wrong. It Is the only and calling In the multitude and lining them up and after the drinks Egg From Mare's Nest. for which n provision Is innde had been served, some of his henchmen laying down three $fi.00 hills Ky. Statutes for a ?f.00 fee. and the bartender ringing the change for $14. ST. and, returning only I Section I ."Id. fifteen cents out of $15.00. Then comes one of his appointees who said "My olllce depends on the election of the Judge, come up boys is by the dipiomu granted Quotes Wrong Law in Ignorantly rifth. und have one on me!" And the multitude gathered and they were the Hlato Normal scunois, or wiucn GovEffort to Discredit all of ouo mind, and that was tiiat they would each take a drink to are two In the State of Ken there the health nnd success of the Judge and his appointee every timo tucky. These schools have power to ernor Morrow. they were asked. One poor boy got too much, and ho found his way Kraut ccrllllrates of two years, four anywhere In to the lockup and nfter hla trial the next morning he said to a friend and life, Rood Jt,tV a. ' yearsUtudi ii.i.I Ull- - t.i lor riw.inli.il.. nn. .1... .ittllU lllli, tin. lir li.i iinui ... .. .. on St. Ann st. "I had too much Rlrkhcad whiskey last night. That 111; l ' i . -. . i.u . was the lirst time I was ever drunk and It will be the last time." completion or ccrtnln courses when lion. K, r. .Morrow spo"! u on nCf jk the Court Mouse In Hartford ifsu Judge what would "My Good Grand Jury" say about that kind of ,,f Mudy prescribed by those schools. ly among other serious charge jAjilch $xi. TE.U'HKUS OK TWENTY conduct. he made and substautlulo.'of halust YEAR'S EXPERIENCE, ns provided That kind of conduct on the part of public olllclnls is what makes y fi, i ,102a, dry town, dry cities and dry states. The people .won't stand for a llarkbdalo Ilaiulett was one?. section " f Carroll's l'.ltr. grafting, by collecting from thing of that kind now. There was n time when you could havo got,,.,Kl. teachers of the State, with-- , ,ol, r Kentucky Statutes, which sec-oten by with It, hut you can't do It now. We do not object to the Judge tuklng a drink If he wants It, hut he must not call the multiwarrant of law, a five dollar lee'n,,,, f t,P j.iw reads as follows In entirety; "The Statn Hoard of for lining cerllllcates to them un-j- n tude Into the saloon Jut-- t before the day of the primary at the close of a speaking at which his friends howled bis opponent down. A thing dor a late act of the legislature Education. In their discretion Bhall of that kind can't be made a success In this day nnd generation. which provides such certificates for ( mV( )ow,.r a extend for life, teach-tliowho have (might for twenty 0r's vert incites of such teachers who Some one may get the Idea that we are for state wide prohibition year.. Judging from what we have said above, hut we are not, we are for have had as many as twenty years of a check ' successful experience teaching In the Mr. .Morrow exhibited the county unit and have been for years, but If any thing would make paid by .Mr. I. S. Mason which check common schools of this Slate, pro-hn- d us for statewide prohibition It would be a fuvv more primaries like been endorsed nnd cashed by vlded that no such certificate shall the one pulled oft on August the 7th. We venture the assertion that Mr Hamlett and suggested that he i,(. ,,f ;, lower class than the first if all the bottles and Jugs that were used In this judicial district primary, could be brought from the fence- comers and thickets, they would be glad to furnish the evidence ' would fill two largo furniture cars It Is no uncommon thing for the to Vw Ohio county grand Jury If v0v will the. Hartford Herald be small boys to come down the street with an arm load of empty botthe Circuit Judge nnd Common- - .kind enough (o publish the law on weatth's Attorney would have the this matter as given above and point tles gathered up from the ruins of August 7th. Some onb bought eX- - mil In n X'nhoilv uviltliH' tmlilln where Mr. iintt.tr them and some one distributed them. . Who did it? We think pecteii (bey would and they didn't, Hamlett or anyone else Is authorized Judge Hlrkhead should call a special grand Jury and appoint a spebeing too cial attorney to prosecute the cases, or they should turn both nomitliemsoi"in in tsl'iriito charge a $.".00 fee for Issuing Owonsboro News. to get elected a third time to the these certificates to. school teachers nations back to the people, or the committee." which they hold and which theywiU) possess thu required number of above article was printed in the Sept. 3, 1915 issue of this obs The paper. now .Kfeni ti regard as personal pro-- , years of experlciira and who are en ' pert. titled to them without any examlna- Later the following question was Included In one of our editorials: ' j " Knt- -r now the Hartford Herald Hon whatever. Did Judge lllrkhead and Mr. Clements go Into a saloon or saloons on Wednesday night before the August primary and,then and there purwith all Its Igiiiiranco "lumbering at j Will It also please apologize to , dls-M- r. Morrow und nilmlt Hint lie is :. chase lluor or other Intoxicating drinks for various men who atIt thinks It has Its 'nclt." of a tended a speaking at which Judge Glenn had been booted, hissed and oureri a mares nest and pro- -' lawyer Insteador will'bluffer' or 'dense-- ' ly Ignorant" the Herald like' otherwise dlscoureously treated? to el'l er lay or hatch an ceedh d other fool, who swore the horse What a lot of blind Democrats the Hartford Herald might Mr. Morrow of dense It If they had answered this question with a single "No" instead of the law .and proceeds to was eighteen feet high, stick to it. nonu'Ci' of going way off on a tangent and never even alluding to the truth Cdl.spl.i Its own Ignorance In a man-- j ' The Herald is claiming more for or untruth of this Important article. .'.mil disgrace any .ev.s- - Mr. Hamlett than he claims for nir that Absolutely no one has unswered this question negatively. not already beyond that con- - self. He does not oven claim that he It proceeds to quote troin bad a right to collect this money dltlon Carroll's Statutes. Yes! Iroin Car- - for since the exposure he is return-- f Toll's, edition of 191.1. the old law ' lug checks to some of those, from j been killed. The sheriff and a posse of Issuing whom he collected when requested BOLD DEED OF concerning the manner started In automobiles, and a special State diplomas to teachers who Imvu to do so. A number of them have j train carrying two companies of passed the required examination, j been sent to the Republican head-- i TWENTY MEN started for the scene. The poor. Ignorant Hartford Herald quarters by those to whom they hnd j A troop of cavalry left shortly any been returned. did not know that' there was and was Tollowed by an The 'attorney nt law part of thu j other law on the subject und pro-- 1 automobile truck carrying a detachoffice ceed.H to make an ass of Itself In the j editorial' force at the Herald Said To Be 'Followers of De La ment of Inrantry. should take some Immediate steps to eyes of all those who read it. The first definite Inrormatlon Were Is a plain statement mid quo- - (prevent further discredit to his learn-- j Rosa, So Called Texas nt Ft. Brown said that a band tatlou of the law upon the subject' !K and capacity on legal matters and of 70 or SO Mexicans pulled out a of Ken-- j Revolutionist. especially his knowledge of State certificates: rail from the track nnd the engine Statute concerning school. There are six kinds of'certlllcates nnd baggage car went Into tho ditch. which enable persons to teach In the , mantra. Mexicans then swarmed on the train, in. Brownsville. Texas. Oct. public schools of Kentucky. One Is It was reported and looted it. A long the well known county certificate. What a Baptist Pnier sas About Inspired by a race hatred as well as trestle half n mile south of the wreck, Stanley. I which a..iy he either of the ilrst r.rj . the desire for loot, 'JO Mexicans, who was set oa Hro after tho train bad ui.pnmi !. s mil whieli anv tiers-oi- l .Indue It. W. Rlnehum said In an up and nearly destroyed. to be followers of Llls de La been held over eighteen years of ago may ob- - j address at the opening of the Demo- - claimed This hindered tho progress of tho Textain by passing the required examin cratic campaign In Louisville these ItoMi, the leader of tho troops so that the bandits had tlmo as revolutionists, iieid up and robbed to llee Into the brush. ation held by the Superintendent, words: "I lay no claim to unvarying party the St. I.ouls. San 'Francisco train and County Hoard or Kxamlners apPassengers who reached here on a pointed by him. The fee for this regularity. I do not assert thatl never near Olinlto. soveu miles north of relief train early today said that tho certificate is $1.00. Kentucky Sta- scratched a Democratic candidate. On here last night. As a result two men train wns derailed nnd brought to a Section' 4 COS. tho contrary, I have reserved tho are dead, and another probably fatally stop; that the Mexican; poured Into tute Another Is the State certllicnto right nt all times to vote for the man wounded, four others wore seriously the coashes, shouting "Viva I'izana," tf' which "May he granted by tho Statu I believe best fitted fur the olllce to hurt. Tho bandits nre believed to and commenced shooting at passeng; have escaped Into Mexico. ers. Plzana, tho ninit tho bandits Board of Kxamlners upon the rec- which he aspires. Corporal McIIee of the Third Cal-alr- y were cheering is tho supposed lender liul wlmtowr there may lie of loof the County Hoard of ommendation cal pride and Interest wo must never was Bhot and killed. Engineer or tho "Texas revolution" a written examinaCxamim i aft-forget that to he true OemocrutH we Kendall was crushed beneath the organized under tho "plan of San 's county or tho tion held hi the Diego" which last year contemplated residence, or on a personal must Ilrst be true patriots, that above engine. Dr. K. S. McCain. Brpwns-villshot 1n the abdomen and will tho seizure of border states aud re3Vumllmtiou before the Slate Hoard any. beyond all locul nceihS and all of Kxamlners at tho State Capitol. party exigencies Btand our duty nnd probably die. Among the others turning them to Mexican rule. wounded nre Claud J. Brashear. of Mexicans severed telephone Hues A State curt'.llcato shall bo liiiprtux I our loyalty us American citizens." If Judge Bingham is a good Deni- - ( the Sixth cavalry, shot In the Jaw, between Brownsville and Villa Nuevn with the seal or the State Board or Kxamlners, mid the fee charged the ocrat (und ho Is good enough for C. 11. Laymen. Third cavalry Bhot in five miles from here, preventing comv applicant shall be $4.00 neck and leg. John W. Sword. IMuo-vlll- munication with the troops nt tho tho the Stanley uiuchliio to put up e Ky.. a passenger was near of the speakers at the opening examination sceuo of the hold up. procerus of tho foes for but escaped. The bandits for state certificate shall be divided of their fall campaign In Louisville.) ' Is a the rati, detached the engine, between the two professional mem-he- then News and Truths editor A Defender of Klettlun Crook. posibaggage, mull and express cars. The of the State Board of Kxamlners good Democrat, for thut Is his "Not a reputable Inwer In thu services render- tion exactly. As a "true patriot" ( smoker aud day coach remained upIn proportion to tho and a "loyal American citizen" we right. While a dozen bandits kept up .!,ite or Indiana would rieViil Hut ed by them." Kentucky Statutes are urging all other good citizens to a fusillade outside, the train, six en- Je:ro Haute election Rung and the Section 4508. Gov- tered the cars and bogau shooting, crooked politicians, dlvekeapers und Board shall vote against Owsley Stauloy for A third, ti Tho Stute ernor this year, because he Is not directing the fire nt soldiers In uni- vicious element or that rotten Inhave the power to recognize and morally "fitted for tho olllco to which form, but who were unarmed. diana town had to come to Kentucky valhUattf ttuchors certificates of oththo to Hnd a lawyer who would tuko tho After cowing the pnsengcrs, - ho aspires." er states, which shall not ho of a lowa few hun- cnso." H. V. McChesney at Owens-borBut a greater Democrat than Judge er standard than tho stuto certificates Bingham has tpokcn and acted In tho bandits robbed them of dollars, toolc tho shoes from a dred Kentucky Statutes-Sec- tion of Kentucky." T same) way. W. J. Bryan himself porter and ono other man and lied. n 3. 4501a, party nominee and. voted The porter ran three niljes and tele-- ' Farm For Sale.,. Fourth, by state diploma which bolted his Republican for Governor or phoned of tho holdup. Soldiers from may bo Issued by tho State Board of for a Eighty acres of good land containNebraska, because his party nomlneo Sail Benito pursued a trestle ahead Kja'mlners nfter a personal examinby tho liquor interests of tho train. An extended search ing dwelling, barn and other outwas backed ation held at thu 8tuto Capitol on buildings, situated on HarUord and In that Stuto. today railed to dlscloso them. last Weduesilay of July of each the . Troops on Trull. Hockport road. Well and spring on embraced iu year, upon tho subjects A discharged United States sol- furm. Church and schoolhouse near. Write Fordsvillo Planning Mill Co., the' common school courso of study and'also' upon the science and art of Kordsvllle, Ky., for prices on Silos, dier uppcared at Ollmlto shortly aft- For price, terms, etc., call or address touching, psychology, English Llter-- 1 olthor Wood, Concrete or Tllo er midnight aud reported the train BARNETT & SON. Agts. upon and that the enature. IBeher ,Arithnietlc, Physics, Blocks. Full information furnished had been fired HarUorc;, Ky, several other persotw bad SttC . gineer and Latin. Tbla U the promptly. and niemc-ntnrlo . :- THE FORMER BEN RINGO The Commonwealth's Attorney Changes Tune. Instructions to Grand Jury in October 1913 Differ Greatly From Oct. 1915. Extracts Trom Mr. Riugo's Instruction to the grnud jury: Gentlemen or tho grand Jury, there arc just somo matters of much Im portance that I want to speak to you about. That the public in adcanco may uudomul what they are going up against I want to say these few things to you good men. 1 know this county us well as any rann, nnd know the good people who live here want ,to do the right thing., Tho' peoplo of Ohio county do not want to violate the law, and the majority nre good, law abiding citizens; hut a long tlmo ago there grew up in this county a tendency to ue money in elections. Some of you older men remember. That was an evil day for us nil. During my residence in this county I took an active Interest In politics more than I ought .to have taken, because we are all' one race and one blood, andloo our country and Iter government tho same. And the line-uwith tho parties Is just an effort to get what the good peoplo consider best Tor the public welfare. There siro men who lino up with the different parties just to get 'the dollar, hut the good men of Ohio county do not do thut. Vou know that and I do. But there were somo good men around here who; made up their minds they could Influence the election by putting out some dollars. They put out tho poison, and ever since that time we have reape dthe results. After that some men got Into their minds that a public election was Just a private snap, and they went into it for just what they could get out of If. That went on until It finally got so these men around this court house could not win an election without its taking three years of salary to pay tho expenses of tho election. These men are honest' men, but'.jsometimes men of other kind get into otfico, but I never knew a dirty dollar to pass the hands of any officer of Ohio county. But when u man has to money of d spend tho many years labor to get into office, It takes, a hard fight not to fall to tho temptation of getting tt back when he had to spend It In getting his office. In the beglunlg many thought It wus all right to pay a man for his time In going to the election, when he worked nt a sawmill, or something, it was alright to pay some ono to work in his place when he went and voted, and ?5 on tho side; but that has grown Into such proportions that wo see now the evils of this und know the custom should The never havo been established. public knows this is wrong, and you and I know It Is wrong, aud the thing to be done Is to suppress It. I 's am not speaking on account of party, but on my own responsibility. I am not representing It is truo I atllllate with one party, as yon know, but I um not going to permit myself to be led by any political party, but speaking for tho Stnte or Kentucky, which I represent, I want to say to you thut the last bit of power that the State gohas. is which I represent In an effort used ing to be In to have an honest election Ohio county. We have n clean set of men around tills court hjuiso and many uround hero havo said we don't want this business I have referred to any more; and the Commonwealth of Kentucky Is going to help them have a clean election this tlmo. I'll read to you the Statutes pertaining to this matter which tho power of tills state has to made. (Tho Statutes relative bribery wore read.) That means thut any man convicted under thut statute shall not only bo flued and sent to jail but shall be That statute Is going disfranchised. to be enforced In Oblo couuty, he- p hnrd-earneany-bodyany-party. ig t, I -, nr-It- Sub-Secti- Kill-acho- ( ut bi ds." - J i- -'. ' bave-mlsle- ac-iue- s lg-,t- hliii-pap- er ' know I can get 12 honest, men who will stand up for what they think is right and It It were possible that I could fall In this, I could go to the surrdundlng counties nnd get a grand Jury that would help. This department of Justice which I represent has the povvcr behind It to enforco thesd laws, and It makes no difference who Is guilty ho will be punished, nnd it Is my purpose in making this statement that they wilt understand this in fid vu net becnusu any who may violate these laws will have to he dealt with llfco wo ileal with any other man who violates thu law. And, gentlemen, this Is a government by law not by forco or violence. Men who counsel disorder luive no place among hotfor-bl- o nion. We quarantine against deadly diseases, and la this tame manner we must deal with any .situation suggesting lawlessness: we should get these people whero they will not be a mnace to our good county. Wo will lurk theso pec;lp ur. not in their homes, hut in a place prepared for them. This will not be a child's play, but men dealing with men. Statutes are going to he enforced. I want to say this much to you gentlemen; I wanted to dla-- ' charge my duty to my fellow men I wanted to keep my good fellows in Ohio county out of trouble,-foit iff ii'Hi ! ter to ke-- them out tran to let them get in and then try to get him out. The power behrnd me Is of a hundred years standing up for law and order in the county of your fathers; It hns the power to put theso violators of tho law behind the iron bars in the peniten tiary, apd even to put them in the elecfric chair If necessary. It is thix power that I represent, and I am supported by tho sturdy Judge who sits behind me, and a fearless Coun-- t and w ::e of t'"' Rfi.e, men or tin couum h poet to enforce-thesStatutes. They know that the only hope for ju3tico Is to he had in tho enforcement of these laws, and they know that thin is due every man who tries to ba a citizen. I am saying these things on my own responsibility and In i advance of any disorder, so that there may I God-rearir y, t(.-.tnee law-abidi- cause bo 'no misunderstanding - with the public or with any individual. about it , I Hugging Breuch of Peace. Hugging on an Interurban car' constitutes breach of the peace. This lias been olTlcinlly decided upon by Magistrate Muennlnghoff, thus sustaining the dictum or Constable. Kremer, who charged Nellie' Barnes, or Blanton Station, with breach of tho peace. Saturday night, when he discovered her hugging Henry Mur-pi- y on nn Orell car. Magistrate Mucnuiughoff fined the young woman $5 and $9 costs and added thirty days In Jail. She will spend soventy Ave days In Jail, as she received the same punishment for being disorderly last Tuesday on tho Eighteenth Street lload, near Wanton Station. .When slated nt jail she said. days? That ain't much. I like it in jail. But I don't have tc out soup." Shu was still smiling when locked up. 'Sev-enty-fi- vo r . appll-Adult- e, I .... as-on- o e, Mc-Be- w o. Sub-Sectio- at Negro Hotel Washington. Oct. 1C President Wllsofi' took a holiday today and with Mrs. Norman Gult. his .fiancee, uud his cousins, Miss Lucy Smith and Miss Mary Smith, of New Orleuus; motored to Harper's Ferry, W. Va., for lunch. thu party attended a theater here. The motorists left tho White Houso f this morning without telling even White House officials where, they were going. It was raining and the t roads wero muddy, but the holiday makers wero not to bo discouraged, nnd noon found tho White House car mlle.i lit Harper's Ferry, seventy-tw- o away. At nn Inn overlooking tho Potomac aud Shenandoah Itlvors tho President registered, writing "Wood-ro- w Wilson iitnl party." The inn is kept by a negro family, and thu President and Mrs. Gait, both of whom wero born In V(rgtnb. ordered an old fashioned Southern dinner, which was served in the public dining room, whero there wer twenty other guests. Tho President asked parttculury for apple pie dei sert, but was given ."poor man's pudding." He paid for the dinner h'm-se- lf uud tipped th& wultre&s. AVIIsoii KuIn To-nig- ht and children, against the contritions neutrality and the rights of neutrals. , D(1VQ PARM IIRQ 0- and wage struggle o( the Old World. Theodore Itooscvelt, n Republican, D J 1 0 IinlYl uLUDu He, too, kept us at Success can couio uuder the Denio- - was president. ARE BENEFICIAL I AWHFNfiF SHFRMAN cratlc plan of whetting wits only by peace. why should Pierce, Orant or uobaaoniGnt of our IaI)or and co. sequent Impoverishment of all de- - Roosevelt have Involved us In nn of frnm III?, pendent on It It Is not the first , those past wars of the Old World? Extension of Ccrn Club Idea Gives United Staws senator nton Ul0 Democratlo part. WM- - should President wiuon involve tarff 'has tried on the productive Industries us In the present Kuropean War,. Boys Training In Crop Rotation' nois, Before Home Markat Tho offense has Other Presidents did only their duty of the country. Club at Boston. Mass. been committed so often as to merit then. It Is equally President Wilson's and Live Stock Feeding. a lone term sentencu In 1910 undor duty now. There Is no more reason the habitual criminal section of econ- - why the president should enter Into I,OIlllC InWS. war now than the Presidents named Is for a MS tho IlCCl! Tmnnr.itlvn The success of hoys' com club "tber yeirs. It Is In the mission of the Uepub-l'1- 1 1010 there fi..niiiiiiin victnrv la and pi? clubs In the South has led I alt lt Tlirt - rirtfrtrtirMnnt nt Wo........ ti ti those In imhI something tmr-r en.if- ncan party, among oilier man uuues charro of the work In this' r- l- of govenunent. to rescue the Indus-- , not now representative. It Is sec- - ,ec,m ,0 ,,,., It lrfp now and lmrMfu. ,)r ,lo 0, ' represents neither , ""S above party aud politic uud race tries of the country from the mis-- " wage earners, occupations. t10 movement through the formation r ,)0V8. larm clulS It dwells In a i:toti fortune caused by the mistakes of Iowr. i thcw clulu ami creed. r material .resources. Tho thlr- - t((? the Democracy. It will restore In- -, haye bounded only by our (lag. n or Alabama. Arizona. and slve work teen States It calls for the allegiance of -- verr duitry revive Dill Usrin;t Lonk Wtinaf tmmw granlralon, ,)ou , proiuc Arkansas H to tho Idle. The time lost to the r. of tho republic, native MUM- n. ' An beru. It Is found on that higher wae earners cannot return THE INSTALLATION of " tliary principles of cr(,P rotation, tthe t level whern ouly patriots waiK. u idle nay can never ne roueemeu. irgiuin are a croup of , On October s. 1912. when the 'lessee an. i .,k. i fit- - i,iti.i.u. nirii f it. and i iiuitiiih, in ii.ii.. M!ld't-.Mili.. filtiA.) th c oiii I'emuuiiui-- oiaiu'-- . vuiiin-ui".- , t - the upbuilding of the soil. BlUtn. ....-...iIi mj " u w itttuic n tVA .w nrMmt tariff II ii'vi Iti - j ictiiiiv .n-1 cm- vniitornia. Illinois, .Massucnuand Lexington and act. Mr. Uuderwood. then Chairman Ixom CnncorJ Without some syMetn or rotation .now - Micnman. lowa, JiUsourl. from every uaiue and event on let- - of the House Ways and Means Com- - 8""members of tho corn clubs who have' Jersey, .New ork, Ohio, Peiinel- Xype-vnters- . tercd tablet aud memorial stone near in it toe stated: obtained large yields cm their acre ,s,a,u B,m " ons " .., am "ma' ",HH, tonight. It broods above the i,,, confident that one year cannot repeat the performt,"lrtetM1 SMOi thl arL cor,""-monument on Hunker Hill, where thte law w, reiluo, the cost of llv- - "re The is invariably f jlloweJ by tiic discovery that or may be regarded a ances the following sison vaa written the genesis of free gov- - ,ng , lhe lulw Sut t,nd lt wl "ncpubllcn. farm clubs, therefore, are iieigucd ' be' htlng ground. The thirteen Hem-- . trie bills for ribbon? ars muclt less than wmnent In the New World. It spoke provM amp,e rerenue for the c.ov. ! how best to use - to teach the recently found ocratlc States In 1012 cast l.ls.fore. A l.tnS' ccrpjr.ii.'n of free seas aud neutral right, moro ernment nun vni iiip TtnriPOJi Knrtnitiipn this acre the year after they have that it ribbon cxpensjjTVvas cut in two. tfuiu a hundred years ago. It made grown their corn. Kach one of the - r,c- - 11S The high cost Of llrlnjt was 7 per otn.0. M Tlw, the Mtrlflce from tho river banks of cent higher In September IP 14. thauneniocratcgtateghaveS89i683wiKe members should own. or h.m tho This is not an ac. identifiers the result of Saitoh to thu red hillside of Getiya-to- g ln I9IS- the const -- ifct,Von that n;ahcs the State caro of. at leaet one farm animal The Republican earner that fb Union might be saved which should be carried on the acre, U" Brja.c.-- . vt tj maintain. L. C. Smith The only relierlnf feature of the have l.77S.3tO. fRm dlamembcrineut, its int!tution prophecies of abuttdant rerenue ia The legislative machinery of the returning a profit to its owner and ' ' :Mted. its laws supreme. Th: kill hearirjs '"'ff'i'1 a1 elimitatJ few believed them when made United States Is frame.! and operated fortlllxinK the soil. The third jear It a-- , the spirit of Atuericaniam re- - that Tk-- rSr'-- ' 'aateJ.by the pounJmi imna.-t- . now. The. jv a combination of States having the acre Is to he sown to corn again. nobody belu-vetiiem teraceti, redeemed and red tea - and carriaj. nut iKj tvptSir. TBm!: i. 'boa mccnaaum In this way the hojs' eluts iuv observant ones long ago discovered lesa than h of the total pop- ' to unr republic by all ho are ij au'omatic. f i :t t i i S m 'c T'.- - at the inn.ur.e a treasury ntfolt whs a norm: I ulation and less than of "" i iered wilhju its sheltering fold. J . i.a,- -t aJdfJ ltraio. stant tK end ii a;r in ii;e principles oi sound ' the world is at war. Nono symptom of a Ditwotratic Adminis- the total votes cast in 1912. The Importance of tho inoe- Law r'boon CiMt. ar.d a logics result of its tar- eo l cf maintenance and The Democratic party is itself In ask that 'Mo ties of nativity be tration to It ha Ken fort in:' jtower by a minority of over.n mil- - ment Is shown by the fact that nearl iff legislation. tk. h.hc.t eftw.cns" -- ytb. i irj en. Wo ask only that they be enrolb I in t'te L. C. L'mi'h 6 iJrui. by a Kuropean war tax. by an in lion rotes. It, in turn, is ruled y a 7S.000 hoys are no rdlnated to the welfare in our n.e tax and a corporation tax, and sectional minority, through which corn clubs of the South, and .ry. MOTRATIOS FOR THl A;!NC grows. The, Demost!H the deficit of the population cu1 ! thousand more in pig clubs, not onl is country is what the people but fun.i.hlnK cracy has tried everything but econh of the rotes is the rul.r 'oarMi,'S L. C. SMITH iV BROS. TYPEWRITER. C? it. If it fail it will be our omy in i;s efforts to keep even. This ml Ian i'v." for lfi0.O00.000 pi ' pie an luvaluable object Ifsson to the are. If it succeed, (t will be our SYRACUSE. X. Y. I! Cffut an.l Ftz-ry-. would be tried If it were not in their .ml l ooo.odO to.ci The Fipuh- - thrown larmers around them. access. It would . proclaim to Brn S a At! Pr u.i(t C ' f "The exact rotation thut is folliv.-n- l - Treasury report" j ,c in pu" will substitut" nnti'i.rl erowns aud aceptered might that the ' 112 plat'orn.. II i .Mn I ii Stieet tINd.V.NATI, OHIO, in these farm clubs Is, of course de-- i lor sectional contri I peoplu cannot rule. It would write advertise a constantly decreasing net iiern:u H terminer by individual conditions The mouths of July and In the world's history our dishonor ' balance. 3S33S2a lSft!A.VJ In sections th acre should be' August. 1915, present the Govern Cause Most UN and aha mo. sown to a cover crop for grazing Accumulated waste in your thirty . . ,.f . ...I ment with a deficit of 530.000.000 Aftturning under In the ; .' " "P-- ' revenue of speaker reet of bowel i causes absorption of andt,,is treatment, cowpeus,sprinR.beans- compound ,h. ",Q," nT,,e f0"Ild,rBM')3rk soy '' Hcli l... In tins i iiiicriK.i..rltal'itliss Is In Underwood. roions. tnd to produce fevers, up-- ! or and Chairman 1,e 'row" an(I lri7es ma-i ' on nit: iiTim - iii r.il t tlu sp.t'i come the most ,.luuble wii.tarj prophesies nwln yield to Ion. You belch gas. fert or "eanurs h1.i. ".!l. - ,c, Uevihed by mat, That flr-- - of lite in Atutric.i i gr.i'I. tally beltn; c, ' '" P It "nathe-catlThe fiscal delusions Mur,y. irritable, almost cranky. f " " Ml of winch is largely " leiiKtluni'! your condition. Elim-- 1 require Isn't yon-- lfs CV, k.1 lm.. r ,..,n lB.i..,,,.M ,, j.w- - of Dem'ccratic statemon .fc , . .i--- r i i.i.,)Ciovur, rju aiui uur cmriT. "r iic cro.scot.e uaa as far roiuoied t',.in- to tlu niuToscope r1i.MKii.n.,0 i.w VU.MUMU3 llfUlIUt'IlL V'. 1.1k bt (tlltnllfttf.l ill lilt, nnrlnul Iniulo n ab, ,l HtI.-Su!ainstrument - u, towiher. Ex. t between a surplus 00e or two of Pr. Kin'. .Vrr IJfc sml rats nay Enrope The wars of the Old World oil- - day as U the modern American tn-ti coIle,lt results have alrendy b.Tcn ' a,1(1 a llellclt- a full free JCUst not 1)U VfJBBll ill finr pnimlrv ,,.',!,. Itafsed by many lws with crimson the oriKltial caveman Yet b tins, .. t. .- .i.i... ,.. great inuv,or ueiwen The foreicu and the native born ine clovr. one reason beiiiK that thev1 faulty means, I.eiiwenhoeU. natural-ll" must fuse in an unconquerable pa- - the Alleghanies amt -i fl"' more pains with Inoculation Ut. physician and botanist. j. et.nal bottle, coutainlns -,triotism of America first and loyalty tains is knoitu as tilt cwiin iilnu(j (jiJih wifcU (u your Druggist today for c to our republic forever. Let us I" territory and agriodiure it ls the fiIMnl,cr lr0 in rtie flrr e.illc.l "Ultl.. animals." If- - made' K)r. body of the Xo?Mt American, make it American. j years sL.if.restrained, srat of their memlKrshlp in the I draw Ihkm or these and today we '. Xoifpe dicnlfied, powerful, peaceable, but Republic. It is washed by' " tide-- j Stock' iViw Klcctlon. , rlubs I acre Is probably enough to thm for tfio.se u.seful frieiutf nnd adequately prepared and capable of water and Its southern IionR.ws blend Commonwealth At Kentucky. OhiffJ i,u,ie. The corn the.r require to mallKiiant enemies of man- - bacr.-rtKrow. c(nnty Court reRiilar term Septem- - fef,(l We spend our days surnmni- f- b acainst either foreign or v,'Ilere both corn and t their live stock may be obtain- -' It contains the nation's granary, uer tlu ISI5i rfuniestic enemies. a living wnrM of ,l in exenanpe for small Kraln. hay. anotlier worlil. Our nation is sovereign and rules' Without its -- uerous yield ve would ffon ,;30. J5- - Wils-it- i, J. O. C. C. .mvl,nS. nv.r scv.il. or some of th counfles-- billions. Invisible t( '!, at territory,. i other products and its Insti- - depend on foreign markets to support pru(.jrtin2r. ot their acre or olse naked eje. silent, tireless i..-u-jtft- e its E K crabb, et ai & numbers among our WPtelutfous,. II is neutral. Amidht the average boy. by helping his rath-- ! Ing tfe living, coiumlng the iIm-Iperils of a world: coeiiict it has held cule" the seconf iarsost in th"- W.est-th- e vs. pr on a farm, mav receive sulliciuat useful in tho scfences and arts. y. t course charted by the law ut na- - enl Hemisphere and one of the mst JunTgmtiU Orrfers &c. feed of corn In return for his labor often fallowed by a train of nickt.es.-iin the world, Uons. This republic cannot be the cosmopolitan cities Stock Law Election Arnold I re- - older bovs may. of cour.se. llml i nutTorii.g and death. A curious pur- o theater of Mien plots and murder-- , manufactures mOiing, railwar and cinct N". .V2. acr-none roo much--, putting 1 acre ado tins, yet bacteria are ut once 'agriculture, cor. merce and baidcing on- - strife. judgement in corn and the other in small grain the greatest friends and the fiercest In pursuance with from7 its' fertile1 .re- - and orders entered on rewnl, fn the and legumes. Tho Jlepubiicin party knows that ' hau' sPrun foes of every living thing. Not as-- r.euweulioek thought, hut above styfed acsfon. notlca is fireby production of wealth precedes its sources since the tnvu war In order to stimulate Interest, the "c peaco returns tir a tron)iert I given that a pott will lie openwl in authorities in charge of this demon- - vegetables, bacteria- - consists of twt whew distribution. Its adversaries do not the simple truth that the! world we fac.i the nation who raust Arnold voting I'recenct oit Tuesifay. stration work nre reconimending that classes, those whlcn prey on vim? be Acicricau ffOle cannot distribute turn their surplus tn oar mark.'Tis. Nov. 2nd. l'Jl. ro take tbesercwr of rriz for Ibgumns and' things ami those which reduce a Their j the lfgally- - iiuaftded voters on the tor small grain grown by the club tlleir original minerals, fluids ai.it cither wnges or wealth they do not They must sell their for j question: " SYhetfitr or not they are members as well as for corn. If a gases, every dead thing which they haie. Withh this maxnu as a cor- - highly perfected orgunizu'fous to boy uses his grain crop for grazing attack. They aro of various shapes, 1(3 party edifice, it strives purposes will be diverted" to pe:uce-- j in faior of making It unfawrul vtcadiastly that all may share in sup- -' ful pursuits. A vast ,voduct Ion- permit cattle or any specft thernor or turning under, he can compete round like marbles or straight lik for prizes on such crops as peanuts, little sticks. They grow iu clusters. plying each other's wants. It do-- 1 must result. The temporary prn-- - to run at large on' the Public High-tUu) tn lit Tlim Mir iUU .' tv. J VIMI llfly iiii-- lt jrtlttt) to sen the wisdom of buying tection given our markets- by war ways or uninvl'iiHed lands wfrllimsifif 1cans. peas, aud lespedeza. It is al- sift tiu unu In ntil fa The free iiai; of tiV Deiiu- - Arnold I'recenct. as prayed for In tile so an excellent opportunity for valu- qiiitous. Tlio dusty air. the ( artli r.u thing elbuwlierc If wo can produce will end. , cratlc tariff will tlood' our markets-- petition herein tlleif. able demonstration In the best meth- - and" Its waters, the ulterior of it nt home Given untltiT mr band as ilerk ori0(g of harvesting the seed or the aud plants all contain then must bo told again the In . uti unprecedented volume. . Thu jI Iu laiO . .!.. They cause the fermentation of foods, story of American Protection, mt uum .......... n..- - mm "' clovers, vetcn. ttc. it crippieu aim me maimeo nrnsi ,1.... ALL. .um. v.un, tl.ln will uot now lull on heedless ears. Their handiwork will help swell the September. A. U. rl... After a jear of this iurk, prepar- they make cheese, they produce dls-- i W. C. nr.A.VKENSIflT. "0!jdis that mtt ISA! llood until our people must feel thoj Kiperiwice has taught the time-hon- -, ation should be made to plant the ease and some of them when killed ' rVi Clerk Ohio County Court scale uiljnatments. J 12t4 acre to corn ugaln. Thu boy will and injected into an animal protect i.i our mouth fOS( expensive lesson of Democracy strain. Wage ortil O 'hiit .lutfy, twn!i;r I then know mirch more about corn It against the very disease which victory. It will not be forgotten or alone cannot meet merchandise pro- j production J amf fanning in general they would have produced if living lOQl Cakijs, biscuits artd fOC by listening to strange duced under such coniTilioni unlearned Mr. SlimreyV Position. Jous!i.-Jutthat Just Ifx5 Subject to the essential principle ,.As to tIiu pait co,lVctlons of my man wncn ne nrsi entered mo cum. .Many- of them Ilvo as harmless crea- t:t. if tarlfl . reiormers or vlslonar- .. ... i nilf'tnl'iPU ..opponent upon .. questioni. r am At tlu- - end of the third year most of Hires in the body of an animal for TFl .tnll,iii fi..iil t.rni'j I ....... .,. you hanne fSA - rifling tneir tueories into t..i.. - m le.iiiiuia.w.i.,..., this trial ruin. The protective periods must be sought In return from other rait advised', hoc upon this subject tho club members wll probably ho years, only to kill their host when T&C roixtTd tie pintry alL JCi opportunity presents. Their iiiaue'.iiav.uuin.,t another tho of the Republican party write the nations so that our surims may f nl(J btateBvinr ot Lieutenaur Uimsr compeiYed, tor one reason-osif-Jpurcit, most CAv to leave the club. It Is recommend- - study hns given birth to a science. UMffl chanter ot the country's prosperity, reach foreign markets. A construe- I 1(1 r.trlt ......tnrr Tn. ..... ft.t . .u,, r Jf K r .... .Yfl,t.U'M --- .. iln. .. . .. .. . . .mil . i '...... i signed by the bacteriology, one of the loundation A eel that certificates wages aiiii.uto ....It.... .w.t.. ..v..... industrial activity. living btaumuni was made n coinecs. lu'tt.J v fa.Iur." prlces. with steady employment and structive course, is rvqulri.il. iXJ Jtlon with the appearance- ot Mr. hlgluhic authorities of rhe colleges stones or public health net of the Stanley before the Democratic can- and States should be given to every Thulr mero preseuco does not The most abhorwnt KSkfjj it.ccivcj llljhett Awartla Ssrtf foiistant martots naturally follow a j present Aduifnlstratlon didates and' Committee on essarlly produce disease. Itecall'ij Democratic outlined. lUpubllcan ndiiilnlstratlon. message Is the statement that an American President Wllncm in his in tlIT. ;jfid the s'dtetm-of atl jj jjjo.w ,sjuo. .iiain joijii aocj the parablo or tho sower, some hao ex- teria fail by thu waystde and Mr: McDerniutt concerning the fan in Congress. Anrll 8. 1913. speaking who seeks to open a market or Tall upon stony places and si r tend the area of proper American in- - Kuagt. (lf Mn Scaiey at ,I2is. is fotrtJm Ueinocrntlc party, said: rail lu good ground aud britu u r of tho tarilt duties llueuce aiiroau urusi e.Mieci c'i'.. rollow.r ' "Tho object FOR FLETCWER'S j tho couu- lruit of sunering, perhaps c . uenHeaien I hear that yws are, laid must be offectlvo jor protection from the mother liencoforth I j A normal, temperate I f j death. ror iho wliettlng of Amerl-- 1 try. They are told all who enter on co,i,le,.ix recommending fompetitioii the gain are sttllty of, r.mocrrt.,c platform the County Cult Ireo alike from the gluttony o'. ',' can wits bv contest with the wits of, a foreign soil for ' ness or overwork, thu sound' r commercialism and must n- - T ,mvf nUvHyi ,t.e (,,p0seil to the Chrvnic Cortstipatiou. the rest of tho world" pro-- , "About two jears ago when I ho- - lu tho sound body, ti cheerful, t'- i camf tTtm a coim. C()lmtJ. The Ameilc.ui people hae nuw siuue there tlio risus oi nie aim reprehensible, ty where aiy people know that I have. S'n using C huniberlaln's Tablets I mal eilvlronment, these forn t tw. two voars of "effective compe- - petty. A more never came always been opposed to It d. clarat Icn I come bad been MifferliiB for some time with btony places In Which bacteria So effective hus It baen no' Amer!-- :i ,.,... i.., r' a couutv as ilrv as a nowder stomach trouble and chronic coustl- - no root. The depraved appetitIts devastation. Ills- - even from the uomocrauc pari The Democratic party appeals ior. tl0rl( i,aX yilt ,hov navt. e0cU.,i mo patlou. My condition Improved rup- - mimi ami uouy.Miio unrK aim sord'J t was substituted for confidence. penury, vu uio ueri ttieso tatilets. Tho paralysis of support anil asus . tuui EJHerprlhci halted. . .... .. uas iuepi- ,or t.onsrw,s, if you put the County uuy tiirougn tlio use orlive bottles of aimospiiero oiBtrbngth uiilleritihilng racking nnd nccause ue i. mi-Unit in the- platform, you will com Since taking four or fell uiioii tho industry of fcou bo In mit a blunder, and ou will most them my health tho good has been fine;" ,'trades, 'theSo "preppro country. Tl... rising tide of In- - us out of war wIMi Europe. Uj ' a Democrat. I certaluly.go down In defeat' wrltto Mrs. John NewtonT Irving,. N.'1 grouijd. dreanecl imports and a decrease ot e.- - 1 S.Vi. Frnnklli Vlurce. ' Y. .... i.., ....r I. ..in., tunrkiit anil do- -' was President! rue .riiiiettii iwir Ohtalnablu.cvrywhere. j" Tlicgreat weapon against bacteria pi . Is, The mastery over cleanliness. For luore than" three" began then. nlwl, until mitigated by the temporj The prenmturo death lies to a great nieas. war, an expansion of .....' W.Anl. frtlnln Prnt.ro Tnrlcev ary calamity ot ... ... V. .. . . e Clrnnt lllllt.ru ..m.v ..mnll ..vo,.- - ...A l. n. linn.l. Plnnn ..nM..n.. 1.IC.1II .... ......... Iwifrl.l- mv til uill l,llilo.. icn.l . nw ImVn ami Hamiiua mumii ivumu. II...... trade ubroad. A spectacle maker, Jan I.clp- - cities, clean workshops nnd clean ' nlngs. "Pnr Tnfflnf flnil ChWArun . aglnst thu wits dent Pierce inainiaineu peace, in; v Whetting our v..v.wU, ,n ' ,,orhhe,m War broke ( . public "anl0 tho of 1S71 tho Franco-Prubsluif the world becunio a contest Use Years j Invented a crude ,,vlns '""a"1', lives uroUnitedmakers of Public health ' magnifying glass, Tho Zt States Health against foreign 'out General Grant, a Republican, ., . uuerfcau- wages In 160S. Anton von Leuwenhoek, Servlco nnd other sanitary bodies of CtuNipandtiitfcanUaUngPowdursdanot v- wages anu btauuarus oi living, ji vU9 . iviut.... ... lh, e bom In Delft, this day 1632, Iruprov- -' this country uro gradually brlng'ng savayou money. Calumel , re signature It pits at, few ears ago the is an unequal contest. ed this clumsy toy and evolved a these facts home to the geucral pu'j- -' andfir superior to sour milk n4 sda. tho American home, Us women War presented similar questions of, ' .'att i i SPEECH OF HON. fl B 343 ' . Reducing tke Cost of Upkeep 1- - .. ..- l j ,,,. ollen buln. u 1 ,.... , ' . ?.. ...... .-. - ?, I ' l ""ivi nf L. C. Smith & Bros. v . .,. me.-hanic- j ' ;,'; s t- one-fourt- one-eigh- th ,.r ,.'-- rill-tur- e. rca-!..-- 1 1 j. ine-iourt- h one-eight- lhlM. ' st f i Con-tipntl- m& iV T MAmMulrLxZntr j...., .. f, II tl..., s ij . I FJtidi ' sets-diges- , to' t. v "- i. . 1 " - - Ik-o- n , ... .-- t.. ii..'.i'Jl.,...'in,,i, ........... J r' i ",?." fI"lake ., j ,!-,- ' w'f-defeu- i , - . ' . s ! - th' anl-inal- .s, ( 1 b8 "Goodies!" ' eos. oicd' - es 11 ' ..... aul-mil- ls 563 Sr&SmM r- iu .r I J - 1 ii"un ..i.. cO OQ JSq m-c-- KV s "P r jzjr (Xi 1.1 ' ... t'-- t, Jjs I JkJ i. rt Childreii Cry C ASTO R A j 1 ." , ..si-m.i- t;-.- m. '- . fir CASTOR IA ForOver 30 . . u - " b-- v .- Russo-Japanes- zdhtfffisSk Jora-lt'sPu- 2f?7 a strentiWis llulbs. will be made to If ytfu would have rich beds of Induce inm to recede from his tulfr- 'or Rive tho beds or the corners to open up tho Tnrllf fill1 tfUlMADDIMfi P ADrC I lillf UllAlfUL Ull of your lawns n beautiful Bprlng llko question. It seems that he hns been yellow or wlilto glow of linrclpmn.. Won over to tho program of suipend- -' ji ,inffodll, and Jonquil, you must begin In'g the free sugar provision of tho of the early spring appear-J- i Underwood law. Ills nssent Is due "" Forced to WaCMUie J UrOUgh (U.r blanket nmliitfMc contracts, nncc of yollr wrilpl , lhp tor to the Imperative need of revenue 'nndlhohu-Rocnnsttticllocompanies M,e hull.s of these flowers must be and in no way to a consideration of Frilfoifcal Streets Of Jcf- working under tfucli condition em- - piite.I In tlm tall before the ground the runlous consequences of free su If you had a machine that you could operate at a god proiA,yJ "(OMU-Southern plno (or H frown. In fact, this work should gar to the domestic cane and beet frrSOnvillc. fit dny In an dny ottt, would you not cont as n Inm the "pitch pine," as It in called over )t, undertaken aH soon as or before growers. As to that, he remains a time it stood Idle? there) almost 'exclusively, because of jnn cnry frosl hns ))Cgun t0 mnl radical, unrelenting, merciless Free-roj Your money Is n good moncy-mnkln- g Can he keep It up? Can ho tho annual flowers In the beds look Trader. maclifcnc. Invested In from hi bride of fiiur days, '"8 u,,,1,rmS nnntltlea. our certificates of deposit or on saving account, It earns Inplaced In Jail for two hours, then' AtherMrtue of tho treated wood weakened. Enhi8t the pressure of In dealing with narcls- - 8,n,,1 " terest every day of the week, every week of the month and compelled to ride a mule attached to lfl ,,iat ,,ll! crooi,0,p wl,M wl,lch ,l ' sus, which Is tin- family to which the 'Ih ow" Party leaders? , inffodll every month of the year. The Senators nnd Representatives n light spring wagon. Frank I.lndley, ,n'Ireimnted Is a powerful disinfect-Jand Jonquil belong, It might 0 n well to think of trying to natural- u "o are to take counsel In Washing-mayoung unl nml ri'l,plll,nt of vermin and .leffemmvllle Itcmcmber, we give you absolute security and pay ym tho fortnight before the winter 'tiih, zt. the narcissus to grow and bios- - '" wos shown a warm time last cci' s,n0,P8 best rate of InUrest. . nim oilier rami nuii.imgsor creosoicti Rom 01, Ul0 lnwn nlc, n8 ,,0 titttii , nesslon begins are not to be counted n.....i.n.i .. only arc sanitary, but tliu Wl( flowers. Mow to plant nnd rd at the police station to watch tho l'111 'P" so fctirely us heretofore to stand-- , T d start of n procession he.ided K a an,nm,fl occupying such structures handle the bulbs, as well ns the best ' ,,v ,ho President's Free- ,rtc1 f the annoyaiico of fleas, j method of getting them to become Trade policy. They have heard from I brass bund of th'lrteeii pieces, lowed by Mr. Llndley astride a car Pnfl,c- - rtnl vormln or nil kinds. Hats spring residents of grassy confers, their constituents. They have sensed X Cor. 4th and Frcdeilcn. works mule In the carriage were nn1 I",ct' ,mV" n strong nWrsIon tonro described In the following di- -, the fact that the country is Intensely "mvU "",, l,,u ,ns,n of cfl!,sot KXOW.V KVEnrwiIURi: us the SAFK nnd RELIAISLKUANK rectlons issued by the bulb special- - Fattened will the workings of the X four friends of the bridegroom i""' Free-Trad- e "' nnJ wm n,,t ,n,ml,,t " structure Ists of tho department. Tariff nnd Hint some con- In the wnko came an automobile 'Tli'eso bulhs should be planted In ! cession must be made to thnt sentl- - , containing Dr. David Cohen nnd Mrs. 01 wood ircnicti wmi tno preseJWf Ifg'lit, Tfe'li soil thnt has bi'on to a ncnt There Is an election next Cohen, Mr and Mrs. Ilruce 11. Col- - I tlvt. There Is a growing demand for of Hns nml Mm. l.lmlli.v of Hepre- On " least Inche: The . . . ... " ' wns af.l,i,nr r"'OMm" . """'r aim. ........... mn- - .rptli bulbsat should 10 set r, 8. Inches J't'ar. All nnd the d imiioing t'nifp eontatlves be Hide of the automobile of the sign ,n ",i8 co,,ntr' a"(1 lno nnrkot ,mrt nn,i 4 nches deep and the nnr- - Trade Senators want to "come back." In largo letters on while can- - ,rt!ul is nlrndy such that treated pltio and cgsU8 ,ulbs about 10 Inches vns: "Monk's Itrlde." aimrt Naturally they want thnt much more overy-,- i r. tnnlw.a .innn than they want to stand by the stub- The prncoMdon p.ihsed through the 'other woods are available Sooner or later American of the White iTirilirlrtnl l.tl.)l.tw lit .1..ff,rciiivl11.i 4- where If they arc to bo grown In pots or horn schoolmaster ""nlly will come to np Wfflilnu linvnR ttr'lit rtli ctnfl ctimil.l Ilnnso '.:ill.v arriving at the homo of Mr. fnr"Mrfi President Wilson bossed his party und Mrn. 'Oollltm. J5::t Mechanic st( ' Prelate the value of creosotcd wood be used. Place 1 to 2 Inches of cin ders or broken pots In the bottom of In the framing of the Underwood between fl and 10 o'clock. Mrs. Col- - ,,,r ubt "" I,le mTm" Hns and Mrs. Mnilley are blhlers. the pots or boxes to Insure good Tariff. It was he and he alone (exYour Cotigli Can lie Stopped. drainage. After planting, pluco the cepting Urymi his chief adviser), J'oMoiiH to her marriage last Trus-- u Will help parents develop their sons into H Using care to nvold draughts, ex- pots or boxes out of doors and cover who Insisted upon thr. Wool and free night Mrs. I.lndley wiih Miss the best type of citizens und Christina Stiuiloy Cox, of Kansas City, Mo. posure, sudden chnnges, nnd tnklng them with about 4 inches of nshes sugar nnd Jammed them through in The wedding was nt the. home of her a treatment of Dr. King's New Dis- - or sand; or they may be placed in a spite of tho wiser opinions of the gentlemen. Its patronage is widely seat- JJ s will positively relieve, nnd Jn dark cool room or cellar for a majority In Senate and House. Free parents. Mr. and Mrs. I.lndley ar- until the bulbs hne formed sugar has given the administration a rived in Jeffersonville Sunday night. llruo wl" surely rid you, of your tered and conies from the best homes in H The friends of Mr. Mndly yester- Cough. The first dose soothes the a quantity of roots. They may then black eye. Free wool, owing to exthe South. lis capacity is limited, there- day began to plan what they should Irrltntion, checks your Cough, which he brought Into the light and heat ceptional and ephemeral conditions, do to show them a "good time." stops In n short time. Dr. King's for (lowering. Keep the soil well has not yet caused so deep a colorafore, reservations should be made early. Thomas J. Mndloy, fnther of the'N'ew Ultcovcry has been used suc- - moistened from time to time of tion of the presidential optic. Place your son in this select gioup of brldegroom. was let Into the secret ccssfully for 45 years and Is guaran planting, but avoid overmoistcning, At bost the President and his Free-Trad- e followers in Congress face an nnd said ho was in for an) thing. teed to cure you. Money back If It for If kept loo wet the bulls will deboys. Write awkward situation. What with the Then It was decided to arrest the fnils. Get n bottle from your Drug- cay. If planted In beds, the surface of imperative need of more revenue and bridegroom and curry out the pro- gist; It costs only n little and will help you so much. 3 the soil should he 'loosened gramme thnt followed. after the rapidly growing belief that a fuleach rain and the bed kept from ly Protective TaTiff Is going to be Patrolmen Ilobert Gleason and "weeds. In the late fall or early imperatively needed after tho close August Hull were detailed to arrest . Slanlcj Apiinst the County Cnit For catalogue and information. Box A. m When we were working to rid the winter months, it is well to cover the of the European war, the outlook Mr. Llhdley. Previous to Rolng to the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Collins, twenty-od- d counties of this SJatc beds with a light mulch of straw or for harmony and comfort in the coun where Mr. and Mrs. Llndley were. last year of whiskey throughout the leaves to prevent injury to tho young cils of Free Trade is far from rePatrolman Cleason made out a war- county unit law Stanley's Influence roots from the alternate freezing and assuring. 1 ,.1- 1"I Wit- tj,3ll IKJi C rant. This was an alleged charge was thrown against us. During that thawing of the soil. This mulch should be gradually Temoved. In the of kidnapping Miss Cos, und in part hot campaign where did he ever raise Is Sickness A Sin? his voice for our side? Name inc- spring, as boon as growth appears read: If not, it's wicked to neglect ill"You are commanded to nrrest line nnd place. He had n chance above ground. The bulbs are quite ness and means of relief. It's wickforthwith Frnnl; Llndley, who did, to show that he was for the county hardy and are not injured by severe ed to cuoure Liver Ills, Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, when one October 7, litli", at the city of Kan-..- is unit law, but he is rfally not for it. cold It the soil Is well drained. Tulip and nnrcissus plants nre dose of City, in the Stnte of Missouri, Take his whole political career if is Podophyllln ou please and find where he has ever perennial, and If given proper care (Mny Apple), without the gripe. It take, stnal nnd carry away the per-Mand body of iMIss Stanley Cot hfon on our side. You can, look up and grown under suitable soil and nrouses the Liver, increases the flow of bile Nature's nntlseptlc in the and bring her to the city of Juffvr-Mnrrn- ie his records through In his owd climate conditions. wfK Increase ax-contrary to the statutes county and in Kentuckj and at Wnsh imiltply from year to ear. The bulbs Uowelt.. "Your Constipation and othIngton and you will havo no trouble may remnin In the grouou two or er illt disappear over-nlgtherein provided"" "because has helped Nature to rePatrolmen (Ienon nnd Hutt went In seeing he hns been with the liquor three years, or until the clumps beto the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Collins people. Think of his rushing back gin to crowd. After blossoming in move the cause. Get a bottle from spealv rnl It fell 'to the lot of the former to Washington to against the spring, from six to eight weeks your Druggist Get rid of n hill that has done should elapse to allow the foliage to your Constipation overnight. to make tho arrest. The household the 3 was at dinner sind 'Sir. Llndley hail so much good for this country to die partially down, when the Tuulbs Just lifted n spnonfdl of ice cream keep whisky out of dry territory. He may be lifted with a spade or fork. is more Catarch In this section ot ,r. put other to Ills mouth vlian Patrolman Glca-f'o- n said tho bill was unconstitutional Shake the soil from the roots and the country than allthe lustdiseasesyears together, and until few store the bulbs In a cool, shady was supposed to be Incurable. For a ",cl?:'i4 told him he wiis sorry to inter- but no court in the land has said many such a thing. How he wished it place where they will ripen anil cure. great diseaseyears doctors pronounced It a rupt him, but he would hiive to local and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling cure himself under arrest. Mr. would havo been unconstitutional! When tho old leaves and roots are with local treatment, pronounced toIncurIt Llndley turned ipale, but submitted. How can a conscientious temperance thoroughly dry they may be easily able. Science lias proven Catarrh to be a and therefore reKissing his bride good-by- e Mr. man vote for a man like that? "We rubbed off and the clusters of bulbs constitutional disease, treatment. Hall's quires constitutional became bcarce enough J,Indley started for the police station should not hirve any troubl? hi de- divided. The bulbs may then be Catarrh &Cure, manufactured by F. J. JUST as soon as game their riOes, snort&mcn to make Cheney Co., Toledo. Ohio. Is the only critical about in every with the oUvwrs, arriving tfhoro at ciding whom to vote for In a crisis planted in the same manner 'as the Constitutional cure on the market. It is taken Internally. It acts community got to demanding Remington-UMon the this way the iblood and mucous surfaces directly system. He was like this with nun whose platforms 'original TjuTos. In C:nO o'clock last evening. of the The demand for Remington-UM- C stock mny bo incrensed 111 a" few 'They offer one hundred dollars for any greeted with n displuy of red fire, nre clearly dcfliwid. Big Game Rifles and It falls to cure. Send for circulars Remington Metallic Cartridges has been growing ever since. years. plnced in n cell nnd kept there until and testimonials. Addrfsi: F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo. 0. The The narcissus often becomes naturDealer here in this community is the man logo to. his bride and her friends arrived at Sold by Druirglsta, lie. You'll know bini by I lie Red siw !'al S ,iaPPcninK in 'he sport today. alized when planted In the sod or Take Hall's Family Plllt for ooiutlpatlon. 8:.10 o'clock the trip through Salt Mark of lUmingian-UMCnn- d his store is Sportsmen's IIailjuarleri. partial bhado whero It will the principal streets was begun, Mr. Sold by your home Coal Mines, of Hie I'liltetl States Km- to ;row, blossom, and multipl" x and 3095 Llndley being game through the orother leading merchants in Kentucky years without further ntte-i-tioploj Nearly Million Men. deal. So was his wife. n Simply mak n small hole in Metallic Cartridge Co., Woolwcrlh Bid j. (223 E'w y) N. Y.'Cirj Rerainiton A A greater nuniuer of men were Mr. Llndley is member of one of the soli C or C Inches deep, Insert the employed in the Jelfersonvlllo's leading families, his in l.is-tr- y j bulb pointed end up, press the soil in the United States in 1914 than father, Thomas J, Llndley, being the owner of a largo hardware, seed. Im- Who Suffered As Many Girls over tho top and nature will do the ever before. According to C, E. ' rest. For naturalizing, nvold plant Lesher, of the United States Geologplement itnil lumber business., Mr. We Knock the Spots Out of Thirgs Do Tells How She ing In rows or rigid geometrical tig- - J ical Survey, the total number of emLlndley and Ills brido curtailed their Found Relief. ures. A good plan Is to scatter the ployees in both anthracite nnd bibridal trip to come to Jefforsonville j bulbs llko seed and plant where they tuminous mines for the first time exto be present Thursday evening at j Stcrlinp, Conn. "I urn a girl of 22 fall. This method if planting is exx mnrriago of the bridegroom's sisthe of a million. ceeded years and 1 used to iuintjuway every tensively followed in tho home Tills record was made without sacrl-Hc- e ter. Miss Clara Kstelle Llndley, to 1" ',', Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. LesFrench Dry Cleaned and Pressed In j i jnrntn ami was very grounds nnd parks of England and of efficiency, for although the David V. Hrubeck, of Now Albany. fl weak. I was alto other countries In Europe. In porsons explained by Moving PicSuperior Manner. average number of days worked in 1 Tho bridegroom is n "good feTlow" m .&4r. lmthered a lot wi3i ture machine. Seven big Deengaged In many Mich I tions of North Carolina, on large Send us your Garments and Uara frmale weakness. tho bituminous mines was the smalli.iul has partments Shorthand, Bookalong the James river in Vir- est since 1S9C, except only 190S, nnd iwwl your httio book prnnks us that of last night. InurThem keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, 'Wisdom for Wo- ginia, and in old gardens In ing his stay of two hours In jail lie the average output per man for the Music, Primary Normal. Exmen,' and 1 taw how narcissuses thnt were plant- year was the CLEANED CHEAT) was visited "by scores of friends. 5 tjio pert teachers. Modern equipothers had been ed over half a century ago are still average daily lowest In years,each production hy Packages catted for and delivered. ' i helped by Lydia E. Browing vigorously ment. Position assured. and every spring employee in 1914 was the highest X For Indigestion. Pinkham'e Vegeta-bl- e Write for catalogue. produce beautiful displays of blos on record in bituminous coal mining. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB tnko pepsin nnd preparaNever Compound, and decided to try it, and soms. This record is to ho attributed not tions containing pepsin or other diX. Iva Xnll, Prop. Daviess Co. Bus. College it has made me feel so much to tlio better character of gestive ferments for Indigestion, an iike a new girl and 1 am now relieved Recommends Chamberlain's Cough the labor as to improved minim; HATtWORD, KENTUCKY. the more you take tho moro you will Incorporated all these Remedy.' methods and the Increased applicahavo to tako. What is needed is a of will troubles. as I1 hope all1 young never have. pMclief OWKX8UOIIO, KX. frirls "Last winter I used a bottle of tion of scientific management. tonic like hamberlalil's "Tablets that felt bctt my Jife'-M- ra. JoilN Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for n stomach to perform Tetueault, Box 116, Sterling, Conn. Tho number of men employed in will enable the bad bronchial cough. I felt Its bene- the coal mines of the United States its functions naturally. Ohtaiuablo Masscna, N. Y. '"I have taken Ly ficial effect Immediately and before in 1914 was 703,185, of which num- 505 tons in 1914, owing to everywhere. dia . I'inkhsm's Vegetable Compound the fewer in end I highly recommend itl If anyone .1 had finished the bottle I was cured. ber 179,679 were engaged In mining days worked. Tho daily output per 1'orclgners Con Show us fomcthbi wants to write to mo I wjU gladly tell I never tire of recommending this anthracite and 583, GOG In mining man was 2.06 tons, a slight gain as in the Use of llulldlng Mutcrlal, , her about my case. I was certainly in remedy to my friends," writes Mrs. bituminous coal and lignite. The' compared with 2.02 tons in 1913, ' ,SXOP AT Just as American cities first learn a bad condition as my blood was all turn- William Bright, Ft. Wayne, lnd. Ob- average number of days of employof creosot-- J ing to water. I had pimples dn my face tainable everywhere. ed from Europe tho value ment of each man was 207 for the House and t Lot For Sale. and a bad color, and for five years I had cil wood DIOQKB ior Biruei iuviiit;,-tiUnited States, 195 for bltumhvuiB .' troubled 'with suppr,eeiqn. .The. been Wo havo for sale a lot contain' KucIiir an Awkward Situation. ,, y)tmay.jthe, American farmer learn a doctors called iti'Ancmia.amLExhaUs- and lignite, and 245 for anthracite.:'. ground ad- .7lQssp.n..(rom rural Europe In the uso) ,tion,' It 'is announced that two weeks In tho hlturalnouB mines tho'early ing ,", and.isaidl was all run .down, but nuninngs: Lvdia E. Finkham'8 Vecclab e Com- - "prior Yo'the beginning of the winter average decreased from'837 tons .In dlfo'nfton"th,b pllcewfth 5,roomlcot-ife- t , ltcrcosoteu wood for jnrm scs'8l6n'ofo(rgres8, the first Monday 1913 to 724 tons In 1914. The dally , .,;t In times of peace TjtygianiJ, Franco, pound1 brought me out' all 'right . Eood . harn ,and ajU . huf ldlngs. '.-- . y In'thJember tMQTge-numbe- r qornvajiy and Italy, yCoijajjme'.onbr- - LAYlSA MYRfcS; Bx 74, Massena; N.-orthe- average Increased from 3.G1 to 37lJ W,W4Wrt,rWWTC9Pitu0 youae " td '"mouB'qhantltles of American 'lumber, Young Pre'eTrttde' Girls, Hood Tbis Advice. 'nfehtbers' of th Washington majority tons. Tho average, time majift af yellow pine, will thow up In principally Southern trop' for con- tho anthracite mines in 1914 was ex- Would be a frne locatlon-'f- or .A i"' Girls who aro troubled with painful or sultation regarding action to bo taken ceeded only by tho records of i911 ono desiring to take advantage of much of which Is crcosoted add em- irregular periods, H.H.ECKEHr,Mor. backache, headache, ployed In building farm structures. dragglng-dow- n sensations, fainting on the Tariff. No small part of the (246 days) and 1913 (257 days). County High School. Terms Europeans havo discovered that pells or indigestion, should immediate); real purpose of this preliminary con Tho average yearly production of The Eif $1 Up. Plan elc restoration to health by takincr Lv ference has reference to the attitude anthracite by each employee decreas- tb Southern pfn, "impregnated T1ATIMKTT A ROM. with creosoto'by modcrn'mothods, Is dia E. Pinkham'e Vegetable Compound, j ofTrKrenr-WilsO- irf UfltlolbU!U!n erfotfu520 1iodI VJA Crt Hartford, Ky. . . . ala as a jj-Tjc BRIDEGROOM ARRESTSD llulltl practically impervious to decay, mU' InK the mWil economical of bttlhr-- 1 '"K mRWirm,fll cvcn ""K'1 "' fir8t necessarily much hlnhw there CMt (Jinn In this country. Mrtfch lot the rum) tnilltlliiR nliroad, specially on '"rB rS,'UtS '" KnKlnn ,B ,,ono ""' ' VW.iIImk - ft ?" Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest ni . ' - ln-),- well-know- n, hog-lious- nt iron-boun- fol-in- r(' f Central Trust Company ? -- Free-Trad- one-thir- Free-palnt- id I Vanderbllt Training School for Boys 1 I ELKTON, KY. g 5 "''. 5 5 I J IS 5 p , 5 S MSTHENEY & BiSTTS h nrnmimiuiiiiiiiiiif in Webb-Kenyo- TS-er- e I con-hld- er Cartridges for Your Big Game Hunt Rifles and sSssaBiBIiir C. TERLiNG LIVES ny dealer 11 GiiiL Anns-Unio- coal-minin- g three-quarte- fflffll ,1 iK1 .J: 1 Ladies5 and Men's Garments es d !i When Louisville I ECKERT'S : I '..., iiSfh'Avenue 'iA'' I - LHai'aI ,.--. sierfM "' t t repm J hmimU? i. i -- A Hartford Republican. tCntt-w- f h iiilillHnmil iii.rrtlnn. Ollt""rle", tli.iilnllnti nml I'nnl otlti inl ! We predicted that Morrow would per line, innne.r In inlmtirv the Chnrrh .Notltn for Tvlre lr,1 Imt ntlier mako tho best campaigner HilVrrtl'Hiiriitr, .V ier lint1. ever nominated for Goverimnninliitlmi will recelre no nor In Kentucky. Anonymunn Our predictions ttentlnn lie has Itnve lieen amply verified, proven a wonder on tho stump and j has kept his. opponent In tho defenCumtor'.ani CO 3TB.rrora' 2v.fu.Al sive from the beginning. Mr. Stan-- I News dispatchers toll us that last e)AM, Saturday President Wilson, with his to HarC. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor fiancee nntl cousins, motored per's Kerry, Virginia, nml were nt a "negro hotel." .Vow If all communications to I tills suited the President, It mis Uf, Addroaa Hartford Republican. ff 1ml what would our Democratic i. lend hnve said, If n Republican NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Prosldent had done surh u thing? BnbcrltnT ilrelrliiR tin-- iH)reeiit tu n ntw ' You know they would liavo raised Kildreu tunrt dvr tlienW iNlilrw. In iimkltiir the !n howl it in lie high, from one end of tutnft, Bodneee Loenl Mul Nitli- - 1(V tT IIiip nml .V this country to the other. J Urtforil, hy., urciKHllfn to liiw nt Ike I'ontofflcf no moll matter ot the etconil Up is regarded of Democrats. our people ns first claps tlmfcer every w.iy fcr tho position t audience' him In per line lor en. . 3,3 F1UD.U, OCTOItl'Il 22. ley's every speech has been a defense 'nnd not once 1ms he proposed any plan for the relief of the enormous State debt tir for beSter Internal conditions. S After Jerryninndorlng the lcgisla-th- e districts In Kentucky so that it tnkes si citizens In a llepnhlican methods; . district to equal ono in a Democratic district, thus leaving "nothing to ( MU. MXd'O THK.V xow. chance" In carrying a majority of In another column we are publish0--0 j tho1 General Assembly, unless over- ing the vigorous speech delivered by taken by a regular landslide. Some Commonwealth's Attorney, Hen D w Democratic speakers and papers are HIngo, to the Ohio county grand Jury urging the etetfion of Stanley and two years ago. upon the subject of of his ticket so that the State officers voie ouying or mo use ot money .niu ,nnd legislate o wjjt be in accord jio- - liquor to inlluuuce elections. ;;;; lasts all of Having i lltlc.illy. roalntatued as aMr. HIngo selected that time ... . REPUBLICAN TICKKT. 1 wroncr fnr vears. the voters ...,-!.. ifi treat i i.i i.. ...i i win. uiii- in iii uuiire tiuiciai nisiorv ,. ? aUQSUll, , .. t. ,i. ...,-- i. ' ' f t KVvnn ' are nsked.to select State officors to IU UK KL' ?lli:il .1 It ri'l'll M... ll'ILVL IIII" For Governor Edwin fit th wronE- - In ol,ier ."ords the' him to explain to his constituency.! icmorl-LewVn Tioiitnnnnt is " are nskcrt ,to "compound a Jclony. We endorsed every word of It at tho ' I,. Walker. 0' ""." '.. time flD(l Stll endorse It and we were .T Vnv Rwrelnrr nt IBit ., ... Tmo r , . n. mnnin nun spnatnr Mi-- A uiita i, tiian..tglad to give it space in this paper. Leyjg. James went to Washington, It when requested to do so by Mr HIngo. -for Auditor of Public Account: said, i to Induce the President tir Jj'py-befnro or slnco has he said ono l Edward A. Weber. 'J , m nimuin. iijis mii iv. i nn nhln ,hle lt. Wm, A. girls in For State Trensurcr . , , rtiuniv grand ivy, altlto he has mUs- HUDte. , 1 nus hitcii jui mill .ill. I iiauii nuuiu I 1 1 .V . .1 !1 .1 XI .n . JWO sfendid flpporj.jnltles wstbln Court of Appeal-- , Earl ' not consent to speak but would do I For Clerk J will Iilfliy days puti C. Huntsman the next best thing he would write .theDear in mind thla spepch was it' I For Attorney General T. B. Mc- '3s a leite'r. No letter has come. At liverexl to a grand Jury in advance of Gregor. last none has been given out. In an election, a grand jury which could For Superintendent of Public he mean time Stanley, James andnot had a have JurJsdici ... R. - Green. .. P. ...-- UK lights have been going T 0cr ,hc crlmc3 commlt,!f or commissioner 01 akticiuiutv, over the State appealing to the nem-J- . . . I' KING h N.oveh,r . labor and Statistics William G. i ocrais .iu vuic Iucr tsiruiui, o- - - -Stanley election which was held some two Banna. Hamlett tal., and thus uphold the or wore 'after this speech was For R. R. Commissioner C. M. President's hands. The President weekt delivered. At the empanelling fal8tirnett. all family. don't seem to care a continental Slack. whether Kentucky upholds his hands lowing the November election, neithFor Circuit Judge R. W. er Mr. Hingo nor 'judge, Blrkhead For Commonwealth's Attorney C It seems that his hands are said one word upon the subject of m C. Smith. . being held up at home. bribery at elections, altho it was For State Senator Albert Leach. known that all over Ohio county For Representative L. L. Embry. it reports be true, some persons in that both parties had probably used For Circuit Court Clerk Wallace the & of Owensboro are headed '' large sums of money to influence f 8. Riley. for the Federal Penitentiary. An the voters in the election Just past, article published in the Owensboro I Why did Mr. Ringo lose interest up- - is AtAeArtcpr etntpa thai nnp Mr. Hrttrl1- Jt is not .strange, now, in.ii wir nmnnnoMA Mnntnnlrrn ftliilpmon 'nio i ..iBbm to ooze out at the tips of his .JPreeJdept found out how he stood on made arrangement i6r 'armed police' fingers? e had Uireatened dire ca- - j -. oman at ,ay on VnaVf nrrtsts nf voters whom the ....-..- . wcon onoerj, tne use 01 Anyhow, tne.u. imate consumer mutr,Mted Judce Glenn on the same the Domocratlc primary as well as recite a little recent local lilstorj a mnr.rat.p challengers do not think , 'Mc. He oven threatened to ,p.i' . ran a chahce of gong to jail, f he ' T 0, t0 nt ' during a debate with Judge tho nepublican primary elections lor explanatory. Mr. Stanley and Mr haVe a Crt wi,U !!t ,KJ. I11, to get those to the penitentiary who would .1 ..n, fo h.i .1inp(tt ulltprt local offices, tbo insinuation is a Pranks held a joint debate several trJod to get free sugar. way. ' the cive false testlraony before the grand "lrk, violators .... . i j ears ago in which Mr. Krauks slam upon all of them alike. nave prlmeU ' 'rights of;iho voter, even in this dec 7 i conccrnine " Now that the Allies got that loan The continued slurs at the editor skinned him alive and hung his bide '!S "V OrdS ?JeW l, ion. before the Federal court, and .. of this paper concerning his sincer- on the fence The joint debate was 4ney were after, wish they would It may be well for some Owensboro "- Mr. biacK. ncpuuncan I ho 5l.tin!v ilisiharire hi' Crf'arms ...jingthat tell some of us poor fellows how toks. neo for Circuit Judge, Is an attorney ity in championing fair elections will humiliating to Mr. Stanley's support- among the th(? tp, remember that ar 0 )Car the reera,,,,,,-promine-. nt for whiskey houses In Owensboro lall very Bat with those of our read-jcr- s and himself and having felt tho they did if. . .. ,.. , ., citizens of Terre Haute. Hk , and also at one time manager for the ers who remember that several weeks weight of Mr. Franks ability his re . who are now serving time in a tne jaiicne., cr as .i,,, tfirtfnr.t i1.,.,. 'it anyone vote to give Ind.. ,, , Company. Is ago wo challenged the Herald to stntment followed and kno'wltig .Mr Monarch Distilling BarksdalJ rfa'm'leit another omce -- Bnt say, througl, h.s-liAt . "n , answered the uestion hereto- agree with us to drop from our lists Franks' character to be beyond atthat -oUn,e we tnougnt .Mr. KlllgO v.as whpn he has heen exnnsed irrnltinc tiey-an- , L names of any nomi- tack affected to derldo his scholarCampaign Chairman, be- - s,ncere nd wor0 K,ai, ,0 al(1 hlm jV fore asked? We do not know' whether of candidates tho He ma have raised a doubt off the old school teachers. , Mr. Slack is attorney for a whlkkiy nees who being accused of using un- ship. js.uesauoui au person 1101 so lu"-Blvlng publication to this vlrorous limiic. study or nf tint hut tv fin know that fair means to influence their nomina- as to Pranks profound ' ' nent. and blood curdling speech delivered but left absolutely none ,n It is a bad time to go to Louisville. Jud,. tion and refuted to deny same. This s'hak"-prarno( an aao county grand jury at the, The daily papers teem with accounts jnclding the lawyer ed- - challenge K slill open to tho Herald ' that Stanley was an Ignoramus on s nsual the Hartford Herald is to the Ohio ' the commonest of tho Hlble stories. It is always so. when unfortunate in its attempted defense October term 1913. However. I oc- of robberies. and will be until November 1!. wJiQ woul(, u o OuiMivlioro News. "" the Police force is called upon to of its candidates. This week it un- - nttoml rttilv nnnn mill tllf 111 IV tltllO down a fee from a whiskey house In "'" occured in all the twelve j ears ja look- - after an election. dertook to defend Barksdale Ham-"- 1 .f Mf s,ack WJg mana. ("awl if TlianKs to Hnrtforil I'ctiple OTIfK TO Distilling Com- It is with the Deepest appreciation letfsgraftofa $u.00 fee on each old of r. aKingo s service as Common. ., " juuge uienn snoweu oy ngures school ,eacher wh applies for a life VP prcsume It was tim0f A. rf(ii!rcd by the law, the occurs again It the oter of ' during tho primary campaign, that certificates.-b- y publishing what it it ever before he became a lawyer, and alto thank the people of Hart lord for must me.-- the Sherlfl at his district should allow him to lmfnr.t ho Itiip.imo n HpniltlllCail Call- - their love, hospitality and kindness C5 per cent of Judge Hlrkhead's tieca.,n)s ,s the law Jn the case- - It this serve eiguieen years, inis, 111 ton- - didate. However, if the Herald will to our sweet girl, Edna Louis, dur- appoint iiients and pay tluil.- - lax. AlNot much ....i.iuw ,i10 wr cibionfa were reversed. ...... ithor I ...u..k. ...w .......q tnll- .....a .n so after this round wo aro require! of Mr. Hingo saving to the tax payers to continue ,)0rantiv rpobely. The special neetion with other acts make such a charge against Mr. ing her stay in Hartford and after to garnishee or levy unpaid poll tux. jaej paLfci'y the last Legislature before and since the last August pri- Slack has been made against Judge her return home. mch a Judge f6r a third term. 1 or one of my deputies will, meet mary has completely shattered our Kdna loved .you. One of her hap- you at the tollnwlng places Imll- r for tha . granted to oid teachers who IJIrkhead, we guarantee that that "7; They are getting ready confidence In hlm as an official, and piest deliphts was to 'ten ai a pleasrfininntpn ..rientfll. vlthntit ftrvnn. t ' may apply for life certificates, a cer- ve believe the voters of the district gentleman will furnish an answer. .Sjumlay.Oct. 2 Prentiss. Hock '1 , .' tldeato. wi,ihout any l,e whatever. " The Herald again refers to some ant scene or action which took place port. wen run a btanley special, wttnouti ,, .s ,;.. ,,,!. should St 10 t thnt h" is reined 10 Tuesday. Oct. 2G Hell's Hun. ute of whiskey at Hoslnc and Shreu In "Hartford Towu." Even during liquor, We will wager a gipgfr cake. . . . private life on the 2nd day of nf on the eve of tho primary election, her most serious illness her heart Wednesday, Oct. 27 liuford that the brst stop the speciar njakes, by returning checks to a numberof and mind were"" 1th you.' lights ami drunken morning, lledny, afternoon, home fool will cry out "w.tere Is enduring most patiently, After these old sclibol teachers from whom TtV in there. Why didn't our canThursday, Oct. 2S Hefllu. . I1UTTKI) OCT. Brjan?" ' many w'eeks 'of1 pain' and suffering, they had collected the five dollar Saturday, Oct. 30 Dundee. We have often heard of persons didates' for Circuit Judge and Com- caused'iby 'malignant ) 'tumor, Edna who now Attorney, Mr. Kaltenbacher, who 'wriies the fte. 'The law qu,otcd by' the Tuesday, Nov. 2 Cent.c'rtown. hutting into things but the most un- monwealth's ,one which provlqs usual and laughable occurence whlcji hold th,OEj offices, Instruct the Ohio said, "Mary, Xe have an luvltutlon side of the campaign for. Stanley Thursday, Nov. 4 Matanzas, tin the Louisville TJttfeB.'h&Wun thelfr, ;xamlnatlqns of teachers fqr- has come to our notice of late is the County, grand . jury to investigate from Luclle- Taylor." 1,1 more! than a day lfwns buf-ltttlilhimocratlc aiaterlty upirf'libout State certificates and where vxamlna- manner in which the Hartford Heri thebe alleged, conditions at Rhrevo Friday, 'iS'ov.' n Sraallhbus, moni-lng- N Did when Edhn" accepted Lucilo's invita4'lffoOO0'. .It looks! now.'aiiltgh he tions are held a fee of fiVo dollars IlotJne, if .they occured? Cerntvo, afternoon! aid has butted out of its attempted and 'laisbi'jfust draw'Jiis rfWotfSifrouitb. P".. lj0j;I,rBedi whlch ,R t0 bed1' defenbe of candidate 6lrkbead. I,n you request, them to do so? 'This js tion and responded. to it with a Saturday, Nov. G Cromwell.- y . f , ii . " thlfpublican' vote. 'aboujvlitect ion t v'del among three examiners, Tito tho current Issue of that paper It con a serious reflection upon tlicm and smllev . ELLIOTTS. f fee ? v$j.ub Alstroy It cntlrel"iiv. "collected by, Mr Hamlett wero tlnu'e's Monday, Novj S Arnold. child Ibh and ldlotk referen- comes from your own pencil and n6t its . ' " 4 ...i unautjjqrjzcdj kan4 he knows (hat ces to the editor of this paper with- through, a T,Campalgn Sheet" J6r , Tuesday, Nov. 9 Select, - l v Judge were unauthorized, and would I. Sandidge,',: Oweus-'the- y Frunks nnd Stunlcy. Wednesday! Nov. 11 Narrows. as an attempt to jus- -' from an. editor 'who has his headout so much boro. Attorney for the I. C. Hallroad tloubtlcss"paj' the Hartford Herajd upside-dowmaking I Saturday, .Jv'ov: Mr. Stdnley If someone tlfy, its course or tho course of it gear on Attorney 'fiir. the L. & N. HutlroaUi or any, othejf .paper iR good sum of , candidates for Circuit Judge and had jwhlskey jn fi railroad cut with foollsli'mistakes generally caused by Simmons. ,,,-,- , i and A'ftprmty'rtr the L. H. &' St. L. Jo iurnlsh him a sure enough Commonwealth's Atorncy in this dls- - which tq debauch the primary, why pettishness and reientment, The latllemember ,slx per tynt jRe.nalty, ' k Hallroad upoke. at Cen,tertown Tue's- -' lleVbe'WIjIa 'conduct. don't you give the names, or have est Instance is his "unprovoked, and Interest and, ;pst will ."bo adjied, De. trjct WntH-tfaiat' Deaver Danf" v, day afternbon-nn- d It says, 'the. Republican repeatedly the faee investigated by the grand uttcrally unjustlflaulc attack on Hon. cember 1st. PleAse d'on!f ait till at night, in the interest, of the printed' tho charge that some Dfrkr iury? The. misconduct' alleged to E. T. F.ranjti," Nfspapers all over last day.v (r "li On Friday nieht befo'ro the Jpd tion to third terms qfJudge Illrk- Jhe Btate tvWr8 tb.ejr astonlbhment OwU.bV e fi&bb'lb Co. , .$3. ip, ha,ve tak'en place 'at Sh'rerve arid iEatllViovr ,h.ead tman or men went Info w JV .I!..- -! ln a- head and Commonwealth's . Attorney VlCtt UtOiKWb nlntn t ! 't 1IIW v may' hVve been th6 result of Btrk that' lnafa.jejullyjJni1pB'red' speech ' the (ollQwlndayf Judge J. .8. G eno J? wnspprq e ana set em uP to w headfon'd Itlngo llquor,pd RJno . HemibllcHnV. hns otlc. ' Jtls rea- a a. ca.nd IdAtj?, f orcytv.ernpr, which .'''.u rrnwd." . No.-th" IU- 'to Shad an . li Ail persona haying1 ciahns.iagalnst and they posltioji In his canvass of Ohio county last court house ,,. In Owensboro. Hlf . qt printed that charge. The Hepib- sonably "presumed. atf as( .or 'cause-leasl- y the eefa're ' bt V. 'A W. Ooleann;hde- - " ucan, . nas prinnji iub uuurisi; . may wpuVdvbayo :-anked ue,jana jury to de)lberatqMfttt4nen'. Rh'pjl -'. ri'liK .jKHbAttprtiey G. B. Smjjbr p4unrJ(iiK?iDlrkhe4 wa.jaTlv, .. . , . k.- - .... u 1. ... tj5 attack one wbq jKAftt acun- - oeaec'drl'ot 'Pnsclieco wIllptHect'sanit' iir Judgtt-klBfk.. 'KepubUcan nonJo'edTeWd Vfe4 oke. f'TVyibi?'$dor'' railroad uiaaifi wa.MQMflmMaao attack io-- L.' Kr Arbuclef,t CBomvU- - on or CoVlloVr notblnf'Wf )t n ohI county?, for Circuit Aiu,4so merVth htaj-l'iiffl iUMJjtojL.kXbat .t.beyxmaTa able before NotvMO;" ., 0'. cqiaWJ'Vtfni laio,' ria- - cut occatfon Judge Blrk: tor'DirleM encouragement In ll artn hcre on tht Hg Vtt WloODi la OwJcUarb'khVset 'ftonvlrW.IACrflftriL'rllerald, Md'aa T tort. CPMltlon to third lerm!lwa.6?dbeB trearvJ wlvb tbtreat.' Ibra . county. 13tJ tap'.'todje'erowd'of tata wbohad ther were aiany cunoldatw both In foolnsb and isalvoIit attack otiftwy. Net ' est conitdwtlcn n$ uny manner. . J when Jn'dge" , On this occasion, Glenn was speaking, In Owensboro. ho was Jeered, hooted nnd hissed so that ho could not proceed, not onco 'Ml i i ) times. Th h w-the homo of his opponent, Judge lllrkhcad, who only once, In a very perfunctory manner, requested the audience to ae-aJudge Glenn common decenr) Immediately after the speaking three well known Ohio Democratic farmers were standing on the street, aivj. from the couit hot , 'icn gang of hoodlums, representing a part of tho men who had tilud to howl Judge Glenn doun, came along The leader said, "Come on boys nrl get your pay for what ou did over nt the meeting," and they all tiled Into a nearby saloon on Fredirlca stree Two of the men related this occurrence to the writer, and told, of the presence of tho third one They nr nil men vhoe. word Is as good as gold, nnd they do not llvo In Harl- ford. Will the oters of Ohio county help to keep In the office of Circuit j Judge for eighteen years to a man whose supporters resort to such u ri T Z!LlV gWOOOOKHGOOOOOd Shoes for ALL Purposes! o ? ... ... ja fc fcJ Q ' rt Hi i if ... Young or old or in between your feel can be 4t. a-a-o- - shod with the right kind of shoes at this store. a ... : Q o Sturdy variety that your every-da- y business requires fcr give1 you & & protection and comfort, and that will give you satisfactory .: o a service, we can fill the bill. 0 0 O If It's the Heavy, o 0 o .:? 0 ..ll If It's a Dress Shoe up-to-the-m- in- 0 0 i . ' " that you need, we have Gun Metal Calf, Velour Calf, Vici Kidjand Patent Leather, made over a variety g ute that encompass the leading style features of the t Afr 0 0 0 0 0 .. . .ut, .... ,.. ,. Our School Shoes ii 0 - 0 0 0 1 0 for boys and Box Calf, Gun Metal Calf and Patent reamer are just wnac tne cnnaren need, and they be pleased 0 with their comtort and appearance. 0 '41 W .., ,, o. .... QUEEN QUALITY We must show you Our Shoes the Shoe of Shoes for Women for the QUALITY the Shoe of Shoes for Men. or-no- s E. P. Barnes (L Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. ,ft ur..w va.c ; .... 000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 , -- J" "2 ... .i.' l&Z T d - 1' ,0 I d." , h, l's ""l" ' I ., .." - ! I T.t.Y-l'AVttll- , ' t I 1 j .. ";. ., ,,,. free-for-a- ll y. "-- .jr $. t n. -- ...;...,. tcb wwjif Ro-sin- e" L. prjupqmirded. ' of-lh- fHf'rt C&AUi. i. wit MCWffSK'fthat' -- itii&rf $t i"p'rDliif'to'blet(leliifbtr "?S9RpW " 1WI,, ifitff. I ' where 1ii will Im Rlnrt Id mWl all Ms many tt(v mien. , old customers and Ho Is now fixed lo rIy n untinro i 1414 meal nl n reasonable price. an old Roy HeinietL, who friend of nil the young men nround Mr Is BIRKIIEAD AND KINGO INSTRUCT GRAND JURY' l 3 - v Ik hero for a few days visit. Full Report of Their Denunciafinishing the Bennett after tion of Bribery In school of Journalism of the Univerill sity of Missouri nccepted a' position SHAPE SHAPE Election. Mr- fc on a daily paper at Carthage, Mo. Ho has been at that place for the pat.) two 5 oars. 'In empiuinrllng the grand Jury Inst Well He- Mondny .ludgo Hlrkhead, during tho Tliimuus .!. Smith De.id course of his instructions to thut lot etl Citizen. body made the following impresslvo Mr. Thomas J Smith died rjnlle remarks on the subject f tho uso suddenly nt IiIh rcsldonco last Thursof money and whiskey tn elections C o'clock p. in. He had day about nnd tho bribery of oters: rettirned from his farm about nooti the samo day and was stricken while uiis.iddlliiK his horse. He was hurriedly carried Into the house and m soon physlclnim called, but It seen that It was only n quchtlon of a A plividid iii'wo roi'l. otn Unit s'tould inshort time before death would enterest nil of us; :i greater movement ivnd one sue. After funeral services conducted that conies direct to every family in Ohio by Rev. 1'. H. Gatlln, of Fulton, Ky., assisted by Rev. B. W. Napier- - nt Ohio coiiiilv is llio the Baptist church nt 3:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, the Masons Nook chnrge of the remains ami he was given a Mabonlc burial In Oakwood cemetery. The deceased was born SeptemWe believe in good roads: we also beliovo in ber 10, 1835, and was therefore SO o.irs, 1 month and 4 dajs old when good SHOES, the kind we buy from reliadeath claimed him. He was united Mr. Rlngo nlso spoke as follows ble factories, and that's why folks that are In marriage to Miss Nancy Ellen on tliH horrible crime of vote buying Norrls, February 21, 1877. To this pledging himself in tho same way to after good shoes come to ns. union were ghen six children, three "put behind the bars" anyone guilty of whom preceded blm many years of violation of tbc election laws: The slush and mud of winter is on. Cast preceded' ago. Ills wife, likewise bin" about three years. She loo, was your eyes around at other shoe stocks, then called suddenly. The deceased left three daughters surviving Mrs. S. come to us. We will show you quality, I Render, of Oklahoma City, Okla., . i wear and style at a VERY, VICRY low price. of Ft. Scott, Mrs. A. W. Bennett, Kan., and Miss Wlllye Smith, at Remember this, and also that home. Mrs. Render and Mrs. Ben.'f nett, who rere summoned by wire, reached Hartford Friday before time for the funeral. Honorary pallbearers' were: J: E. Fogle, J. W. Ford. E. P. Mojrc. ?, C. RUT. J- - !' Sanderfur an! Gee, Active pa'lhcarera: W. Bunger. Rownu Holbrook, R. B. Martin, E. W. S. Tlnsley, Ju-jgG. Rarrass, i John II. Wilson and Wayne St'evemj. Smith, aFide fromJbelnB ope Mr. of Ohio county's most prosperous These, reports are verbatum and farmers, was elected as Sheriff In we understand are the same Instruc1S72 and served in thjs capacity two tions given to the grand juries in likewise elected as terms. He a paviess, Hancock and McLean counCounty Court Clerk for this county ties since" the 'August primary on In 18S2 nnd served two terms, after the subject of bribery In elections.. which he was elected as RepresentaOur readers will notice how vigorFor lie bargains in Heal Estate tive nnd served one term In the ous and with what strong iwords see Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, lower House, declining to offer for these "honorable gentlemen" de7tf the second term. He likewise serv- nounce to the "good" grand Jury Ky. ed as doorkeeper In the lower House KIllll.W, OCTOBKIl 22. MRnra. R T. Collins, Ike Sander-fu- r of Congress during Cleveland's sec- the horrible use of money and liquor to' Influence and postltute the elecandiMarvin Bean left Tuesday ond term. i; torate and how they demand aj ST. L. It. It. TIMK TAUI.K. Ijr Louisville. L., II. The deceased bad been a member thorough investigation In order that V Noi 113 duo at Ellfnltch 8:32 p.m. a Her &. Black are making a display of the Baptist church for over the law may bo vindicated and upNo. 110 due nt Ellmitch 7:30 a in. quarter of a century and was one of held, If violated. cutlery . 3:40 p.m. of fine hardware and No. 112 Lv. Ellraitch Ohio county's best citizens. p. in. See it iir their window. 'We Incite a careful study of these Ar. Irvlngton . p. tn. . 5:56 I have-- 40 acres of good pasture for Instructions given by both Judge I.v. Irvlnston State Control of Txical Hoods. Blrkhead" and Attorney Rlngo, reAr. Louisville . 7:40 p. m. ront. Just across the river on the The realization has become quite membering- all the time that they a. m. Owensboro pike. It. B. MARTIN. No. HI Lv. Louisville . 8:35 general that in order to vender max- were candidates in the late primary Ar. Irvlngton . .10:0C a. m. V. E. Ellis "&Bro. have three a. m. ply of Clover Seed and other field imum service, State highway de- against Mr. Glenn and Mr. Tanner Lv. Irvincton .10:40 partments should be given 'some nnd that It Is charged that thijy put Ar. Ellmitch .. 1:04 p. in. heeds to bell at reasonable prices. measure of control over tho construc- Into the campaign, thousands of dolMr. and MrsTMartin and children roads. m.. ir. & k. n. k. Tisin tahu:. of Owensboro were the guests of Mr tion and maintenance of local lars and thnt by the U6e of money For this class of roads an amount ex- they secured this nomination. In J. IS South Bound. No. U. Wilson and family Sunday. J ceeding $1G0,000,000 is expended 8:45 a.m. no. addition Mr. Tanner filed a petition Due at Hartford lt Mrs. 3.'a7 Bennett spent a few with comparatively littl-- i In court at OvvenE.boro. In which ho North Hound. No. 114 to show in the form of Improved charged that Mr. Rlngo was not the 6:15 p. m. das with her daughter. Mrs. FleetDue at Hartford wood Ward near Alexander last week. road mileage for this great outlay. lawful nominee, but that he had se(Doth "Mixed Trains.) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woodward will The State of Iowa has met this s:tu-lo- n cured his certificate by fraud and by placing all the road work in bribery and that a recount of the leao in a tdiort time for Louisville For American wire Fence, call on t where they will reside in the fu-- I the State under the direction of the ballots would have changed the relOtt U. S. Carson. State highway deparment. ture. sult. Mr. Ringo avoided a recount Trntlic Is increasing bo rapidly as and the evidence by taking advantage For Ship Stuff and f inline Oats Green Front Grocery Is makThe upon tho ot a technicality. M'o Acton Rros. ing friends with every body who to cause excessive wear vicinity of today needs fresh clean and wholesome roads, especially in the Mr. Smith Hoover v. ill arrie of population. congested centers New Coal Mne. groceries. to lslt relatives. To our friends and the Public: We This result in a heavy annual mainMr. D. S. Smith of Owensboro, visHubbcr Roofing and Taint can be ited relathes here for a fuw days tenance cost, averaging in the largo have opened up a 6ft. vein of fine eastern States not less than $750 per quality coal on the Taylor lands, 1'4 had at Acton Ilros. after the funeral of his brother, Mr mile per annum. Many experiments miles east of Beaver Dam, on Cromltev. U. WNapler Js visiting T. J. Smith. have been made In the effort to devise well road, are now prepared to fill friends in NaHhvllle. call at types of rond which can bo main- orders for block, lump and nut coal. For good Mr Kuwait Holbrook spent U.i the Green Front, and see your old tained at relatively low cost. Thus Teams from Hartford will turn left friend Estill Thomas. Otherwise far, aside from the cheaper forms of ut Cromwell road and look for finwot'li end . I Iouluv'ne. "Fup" Thomas. construction, the States are depend- ger board at Brown farm. Mrs. I). F. Tichenor returned Mon-d.- ij Hartford Chaptcr'NoT 84 O. E. S. ing upon the various forma of bituHave a quality of rusty coal from from Howling Green. will meet at 2.30 Monday. Oct. 25tb. minous "macadam, concrete and u'lie opening will sell cheap. Horn to Dr. and Mrs. ti. W, Ford All members are urged to attend. road. Yearbook, U. S. We respectfully ask tfour patron- a fine boy; yesterday morning. Mrs. Annie .Harnett, W. M. Dept. Agr. aBp--' ,v : Co. guarantee every -- , Ellis Milling NEIGHBOR BflOS. 13t4 The. now motion, picture show Is sack of their Blue Ribbon Flour. now complete. The first khow will Woman's Suffrage Defeated. ,.. .You can get the best nieallu Harhl be tonight. You are .lntltecl to In tho election" Tuesday In New t Mr, W. II, Cundlff.an s,old!er, and an occastbna! conford at Kelly's flestauranl for J5 oome. Admission free tq eerjbody. Jersey ,on the q'uestfan of tooman was tributor to our columns paid the Reccntp:, When you'lcavo the Green Front suffrage, "votes for women" publican office a' pleasant visit on To keep warm anil save fuel t buy Grocery after calling for something overwhtlmlngly defeated.' Tho maand Monday 18th. Inst. you a Hot Blast Heater from Action they didn't have, you can bet your jority vlll bo between 50,000 Mr. Cundlff has many remlnls-cepce- s i Bros. . life they will have it next time you 60,000 only one county being carpi the civil war, some'of which Tho1 support ried' by tho suffragetts. XJaW. ,, DeWcese and Dr. Do- - call. 4. .1 provisos to write for the Republt- of the ninendmVnt by .res., WUspn he Tuesdayvand Did you'khow thftllTeTresh, bright Weeso Vero In itown Wednesday. Inviting appearance of a right new does not seem to nave'' added' much , At present "he has sciatic rheumaand his own Vot '" For ' Cook 'Stoves, Ramses,' Coal 'grbcerycaa ibe 'made permanent? weight of: that side 'to 1 cgalnst him. tism In, bis left hip, ing precinct went 2 Grates- Watch Pup Thomas do It. The Heaters, Wood Heaters and He says that 'in 1S67 he slept In " caVl on AcWa Brda.1 oGrdcn FTont.j7 ' MbJenburr cjunty with old Mr. It To Our Customers? v .Mr F. hi 'Felix ahd family will Penrod. a .veteran of the last British FArmeri; brlBK.your wneat to the .,7.i' rJV'iir".nA let some leave fin' a shbfl time 'for Louisville We have pent the rolls from" our I war.'.wuo iqughtVthe battle of New Rills MlUInc tyhere they. will' speiiaf the Whiter., v flourjmllKtQrbereahafjdjjWjlJ r urvwu, jttnvry '. '..ir'v- - u.i.i.1. et"the'tbefltFJfqgr,f Bttrie. ' i wk noU'Veten-th- e guest 'gUpPiy our. customers fVlth' 9n?' time 'Mrrcundlff's father'1 Was only 'Mrsl ." rh. Cree 0ont4ta the place to oi nor' Fehr aauEnic(vr 5cniciuiaer us lonK'fcB7 our etoJk-hold- s . .doryowntradlHr fx JhfcfjoperjrJlne. out' Hope; "will folWt? 6 "kef'bdmd at Cannol- 'HfJ33V '?, f8 mrAWreli I tQkW:at!ll jn 6jkratldii b OciiC Nolhlnr pid -VA . . . .. . .. ..L.. 'Is i A! town, Mr. rsn ourhavf Bm Fmm m i i diii.Tiiiir . !' in shoes 1 style i ,M m ii 1 (a MhS - Good Roads Movement! l I 1 J "THE "GOOD FEEL ' fb-z- r I Good Shoe Movement! To OUR 5HOE.5 WILL ' WHEN YOU FIRJT 5LIP THEM ON. THEY WILL KEEP ON FEELJNd (JooD WHEN YOU WEAR THEM. .AND YOU'LL WEAR THEM A LoNQ TIME AND .BE SAfti'S- ' '; FIED. WE ELL GOOD 5HOE J. OUR SHOE JTYLE.J WILL "JTHIkV'-o- U PLEA-SEYO- It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money! WHEN YOU FIR.ST GLANCE ATTHEM-- - JHEY 0&y WILL MAKt YOlK. r OOJ LOOK SMALLER. YOU CAN AL.SO BUY OUR GOOD, STYLISH 5HOEJ FOR A SMALL PRICE. - x c.' 2kgte6o, j o C ARSON S: CO t" if INCORPORATED, ' i . ( ', ,'Ay Hartforil, Kentticlfy, in w-- t r .,-- Hartford Republican. A ,n AT-i- I Car - Load i , .. to-da- WIRE A' BARGAIN! . - FENCE f '.. .- - ! Our" special on 48 in. fencot 12 in. stay, 27c Rpd '. ," " 52'Vn, " 12 iii. 'r .22e 1f w 11 (5 " 48 iii." in. " 33c " ' 26 in,. ' " ", " Gin. " 24c" "J.. te-tu- Any one buying 100 rods and over, i cent extra ofl' on above prices. AH other heighths- - of. fence at prices in pn portion to prices given. lafts GO days only., Come at once. tj Thifc-sal- e j Williams TTTT & BtAYER DAM. KY. Fentress, . AAAAAi'fcitiliiVAAi'kAAAAliAi.ilitAAiliAiliAAAAlfAAAAlAj "fTTTTTTTWTfVTTT" 'rlr TTTTTtTTTTTT' ies fresh-grocer- Now, Don't GetVUp! ' vltrl-fled-b'rl- ck ... Don't passing events business. fet - excited over Attend 'to . reSliagSivKiiHii ,J4t' JrJ. - ;..... .That's what re doing. are Maybe yo.u'nieed a, west-er for oujtdoor sWrts or. for more practical wear. You ., can be suite4be. Then maybi; you need, any oae ormr,e of i'doken other men's feifeSsfcings that., we sell luy'he&aiAl save ' ?i sosjey. i'iTbV w ... nr. -- X. tenJt5l'&''' ri melMaeir'P'. rw1..? t,,o .w iw " ihu-e- ft-K- JS b- e.s rfcwmtto vmjliiii ikWoM sUfl''td CAraer A iMiBMrhWii iH tifSl !tt ' ," v. . JWU Tflpur U prprW Htcm WjW V. t; WiitW t.. .TS&y-LAf- v' Hj.W V.14W i, n .nm.1T .T.TT" nV "(TKJTt ?fci,.,ira?iSk.;wL6:l- II"" .j., ,wrf w fmfap at K4W. WH Hub Ctothihg Company .i , sm;-f jrtA ',, 4l r 'tt ,5 . , l, jr5 r"j-rj- - , 6 - '"Miio 1 af;.-i&;-5 'n .lifll-- if .. VJ - tr KKPUIIMCAX PIiATPOItM. a wu am xili wbvwjbt. I . l?li i . a The republican party In following platform: 1 Mice the suspension of the i ., (!) Wo npprovo the policies of the National iRcrj.'ibllcnn part 'fI Couric,! providing for the defenses of our coasts against yrclpn Invasion, ninl'tho La Attorney protection of American Industry ngnlnst Ntiitrt u the iTii,itiFnod Tnrin-1- , ' Journal, there has been quite, the pauper Inhor of foreign IIAHTFOltU KY. without Imposing unnecessary or unjust burdens upon the countries n coiioauy WIIS ),eid Woet, r. a domsmd for a weekly Ken- "oniljmWon for the Presidency of candidate We favor Will pmouc. m wh ta uu senators as to wtiWhefc i In accord - ' ..ullng price of men's clmhl,,.B 'iti ' tllCky IWWSpaper that gl. CS j 10 pojjcle. ft (ft ,Is iU'rlilrU vl llii sl'ir" UI1U lUIJUlIUIIg (T runtloH. Cotniunraial retail re- i progress and Criminal r iocUcv Quired by per c)n$n cpnd.jt.l.Ki,. Specialty. been reduced as a result f ti,c r,.. '.ill tlie IllOTC important StiltC) 1 dticed tariff In wool. response uni'S. :K U'11 ic U, wn,,Mi tpn, tg i.il-on- ...efficiency of the administration at Washing I by the Republican .;. . . . , lrf inwnn,i (p mx In times of peace, which have, re 'to the. statement Ultrt oenor ti,Bt he hailbw'ii nnalilc Inj'lcWS, Criip editorials, gOOi the stagnation of business and the on-- 1 i the closing of factories, I .ibtnln any reduction in his tailor stoiieS. tillielV Cartoons in,i Law itound, th PiwhlUn httdi U ., of millions of workmen. t forced Idleness ,,,t' IIIIUIO CIOWICS, iiiu ,nlI, nn,l sviui' uvuiiniimii HARTFORD, KY. redisricting of Kentucky In legislative, senator' : illustrations. , Wo demand the ll li first In tht htl'ttt rt IU tor said: , tcunttjrocn. , V. II. Harm, and C. m. i congressional and Judlclnl districts, which shall give equal represen',,,,, senator will just Join the There is no such excellent the every district, In 'formlty Smith Miat Vtioy iuive forta--a n nDd equal voting power to every cltlien of mi of iiimi that Cod " at pafUHt-ftiil..$ the for lho enteral prac cltf , with the plain requirements of the Constitution, and not as ' I'i ' f ' ' r' " ' Uco of , ?A ' " ' W-.W- lr law, except cnunlnnl nnd dlvor flagrant violation hereof. they may be fitted at a rendy We demand the repeal, or ute present inia wa )Mmary law that (3) caic Mr. Smith bu!hg CViuittj A.tUr-iVi'- i' will inade clothing store, the senator Ovonstoro Women i la provnUvl f itun pr.ucalcing mick tU(J votcf( formed for the purpose of preventing freedom of cl ...... ..1....i.irtl. .. . rft.VI ' h(unlnilt,on8 for alu, filial H..,in .l.i.t mi-- llirii!..! Mil.. mtild i.iv enactment of n law which shall permit i..tru tny I IVJ WlNXlMIII.) " II 'fttttoub. Mr. liirims will luilvlduaJl7 ju. favor the wwiie in "M IiU statement "of (he cntulldatcn so InocKjtt, Micli pr.ictloiv. dlclal oflkes without regard to the party nf la. Oitltxa LOmtS &Vi 'W Wnshtngton. and tWrrtWo. evidently, I Judiciary may be chosen on Hartford Kepubllatn that the grounds, nnd the iUixu , TF.t Tovifiatsn 7i fWi, Y your .11 kl Saturday, (10 ijVleS .1 tluiUr. and Mltfut. llsmrrJ. in office of Judicial public s..nBJig may be ,ictennlneil by no referred to Wushli.iiloi. prices, Jfod, IC". Itr.t location cn IVnrmlvafXj. correspondent at the capital lmslWfiek 01' lllOrd), aili'1 is UlVto' than that of flp, Attnut, Ifcth and It Stftttn, other qualification i ' Five promt-- 1 , made an Investigation. makci itra iltsiral'lr i""d quar- Wt- - liYor amendment aKst per.mlttiiiB and encouraging Joint cQ (rri'O. MAirn uaiii:sti:attm.n itti Icr'lnJal yirtipW, toumt ncnt dealers In standard makes of "11 nl eVGV regard, 1'iilin, comrnttcrf, chooli and (roinoill K ll.ii iliinl, Ky. ihy different parties. We demand men's clothing makes which have nominations of t' ?flWC paViida'te lolltecs. Try the TwiCC-a-VVee- k Mes-- I uf llvu lnw nVivlilVte Tor reg'.Mratlon certificates imposed upon ihe, Die' PcVhnn amorit . . Jr STRATT0N & MARTIN c national reputation were asked u ; rfople cl ciAute and education. ror a year 111 COIIlieC-- j UenWcratiC iarty for immoral polHcnl purposes, where thb Steto Kv Il tToxirrtjr to Slalf, War and mA Jcen any rc,MCon , (hoisenger Attornoys nt Law ' ny iMiaitincnU, alto to many instruments, passing in Kfentucky have become negotiable ii vnir price of ready made men's clothing 110M With tllO Hartford Rcpub-- ' jKjjrlta of hUtotica! intcrot, CROMWELL, - KY. iriW thit hotel rciajy delivery In the last Hire years. to diicnmiiiating pub Will jvractk'4; their profession In thts liatl H) Vc demnnd that ihe public schools of the State shall be taken .IC. "They all said they hnvo had to and djolning counties. Collections. and welfare of the pay as Tht Powhatan of)cr toomi oo papers, one year for and kept entirety out of politics, nnd that the interests much now for their clothing' with dttachtd bath at $1.30, Commercial and Criminal Practice a. children, shall have first consideration in all public school matters. We as before the Underwood tariff bill Sl.SO. All ClllbbillJJ SllbSCl'ip- $2 00 and up, Koomi with priSpecialty. Prompt and vlgoroat. vate bith. J2.S0, $1.00 and up. longer school terms in the for call for better schools and went into effect. Hence Had to charge' iJr,,,.; c101Ii.J iv, Wntt for looVlct with mjp ' snlce .Notary in office. (IVIVII k.CLU i.J IVI I h'lMJUlU 41. better pay for the teachers. country and LUIISUIIK.T US IIHIlll IIU US l.f UL'KirV CLIFFORD M. LEWIS, We nlso favor extending the aid of the State to its Institutions for high- They all said that the consumer Republican, Hartford. Manner. O er education. pays at least as much now for the rrfT-concerning the opundittirc ready-mad- e (5) There should be complete publicity clothing as he did three EHHHll.,,.li.H.nMil ni'myyu? of money for political campaigns, and a law should be passed for the ac years ago. kNlw managers of all sums of money col- - . "One dealer said that the cloth counting by candidates and campaign lected for political purposes. .used now Is no hotter than that used fu.il S pnwHIj oI.Iihm1 In cttA.it PATCNT8 (6) Wo demand the enactment of si law providing for ir, before the tariff reduction: one said Tho most economical, cleansing nnd II all ciiunliPAYtoriiu li, THAT at uur penal and charitable institutions, and for the abolition of that the cloth Is n little better, he I control of the atnlrlp jmu Ui turcrp. germicidal of nil nntlscptlcs is. Mail rrrHll. pliclu vr k rich for met rtl-icontract labor, and we endorse the Constitutional Amendment providing thought. Another said that the cloth punuul!tr id j,,,rartlr sun- 11 for convict labor on public roads and highways, insofar as the same may Is no better and that the reducion In PAssincRircncNccs. rrrrrouij 'n wrllf lu 03-BO- S be done without injury to free or organized labor. tariff is made up for by a little betSovonth (7) Realizing the Influence of good roads on the economic, educa- ter workmanship, such as tailoring U. C- wMniiiuiUN, Street. we pledge ourselves tional, social and religious development of the State, and finishing. Two said that the A soluble Antiseptic Powder to that the present law, Introduced by a Republican, authorizing State aid, cloth is about the same now as then be dissolved in water as reeded. ehall be carried out, and the building of permanent highways throughout In the $20 to $25 suits, and that the, As n medicinal antiseptic for douches system guaranteeing to the people an honest expenditure clothes for which these prices are the State by a In treating cntarrh, inflammation or of their money, shall be encouraged. paid today will not give one bit bet ulceration of not,o, throat, and Unit (8) We favor further legislation for the protection of labor from ter satisfaction or better service than ' caused by femlnino Ilia it has no equal. C.r.UlANTEEn SKRVICK equipt-W- e unnecessary bodily injury, and we favor the enactment of a fair and For ten years thn I.ydla E. Pinkhnm suits bought at the same price be One hundred per cent Medlclno Co. has recommenced Faxtiue workmen's compensation law. fore the Underwood tariff bill bevalue. Special work for W. in their private correspondence with (9) We favor giving to the Railroad Commission power to regulate came effective. O. W. The National Weekly women, which proves Its sUDorloritv. public utilities of the State. "The fifth dealer said that he is W. F. STEVENS, Women who have been cured say con(10) We favor the passage of laws which shall make effective doing a business of over $100,000 R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. It is "worth Its weight in gold." At stitutional provision against the issuance of free passage to officials. annually in a standard brand of cloth druggists. POc. large box, or by mall. Representing Continental (11) We oppose double taxation, and will favor a thorough ing, and that, while the prices have I Tho Taxtoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mai. Marble & Granite Co. Until this year of the tax laws which will equally distribute the burdens of tax- not been lowered, he thought the.' CollitT'i h Iwimi oldatS5.5U. Nuir ation, reduce the rate and not only retain the capital now invested, but cloth used inferior now because of tlie prire ii $2.56 Invite the investment of other capital in the State. We favor the adop- tho scarcity of wool. Many ot the andchacfrcuml Oivio County by the people of the Constitutional Amendment enlarging the power wool growers, anticipating the tariff tion a concession here of the General Assembly on the matter of taxation, and when such addi- reduction, sold their sheep and many by e can offer it i ljirnueaid, v.ircuii Loiin i. t at a Mill further tional Jaw is passed to make it effectual only when submitted to, and ap- of the sheep have been used for mutiJudge; Uen D. Itlngo, Attorney. W. reduction in Conproved by a majority of the people who vote upon the same. We favor ton, which has decreased the numI'. Midklff. Jailer; E. G. Rarnuss. nection uitli tliir Operated by regulation by law as will consolidate assessment and collection of ber of sheep by about 0.000,000 uch Clerk; E. K. Hirkhead, Master Com. publication. x may be materially reduced. missioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee . taxes, sa that the cost of collection head. All but one of the dealers S pedal Offer to Our Reader (12) We condemn the enactment by the Democratic party of a large said that they had noticed that the HlanterS MOtCl Company JU"J- Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, llurtfotd. Deputies S. A. Ilratcher; Itccocnumc the Errat ilerranil for OJImr'i at number of obnoxious laws, the creation of expensive offices and commis- consumer had much more money to b. O. Keown aii. Vnder New Management V. e Jt'I,u"Ls the ne price, we have mane arraniren ent to sions and the wasteful and extravagant expenditure of money, and we spend before the Democratic tariff lOUniore Keown. Court convcncH first Her il ami nur nwn publication ,acj, , r j ctr '' e fi r the price r.f CeWtalone Thi in a Iiniitr.1 '.Monday In February and continues promise, if given power, to repeal all such laws, to abolish supcrflous T. QUISEXI1ERRY. became effective. cllcr and must he taken a4lantacc of prompllr. 'time weeks; third Monday In April, and reduce the cost of administration to the least possible point con- "The cloth used in a suit of' Rate- - .SI.OO, $1.25 and $l.." per I)avitWo woollS'' third Monday In October, What You Collier's. j clothes costing at retail HO or $50 . ltent with an economical and efficient system of government. 'two weeks. '' Realizing the importance to the State of the prosperity of does not cost over $5, and very proMeal 25 Cent. (13) County Court John R Wilson, CMn'i is the one Lie, irilcprndent, fearle Heekl of the whole counlr) Not only it it the JU(U(: V. . ('. Itl.'inlinnclil.. l..,1.. ''the farmers, we heartily approve of tlu-i- r legal efforts to secure better bably it costs less. There Is hardly Tlo. I .kn .li.. '. .. "" Coutl riturn's hantlliook vein, hut it it alto a "" " uij lur .t.- - inoiiej. I.. uie bnilth. ,' products of their farms, and pledge ourselves to assist them a cloth used which costs over $l'per l.owrtti convenes Attorney. -Hartford prices for the rJCiimt lor Ihe whole family. Amcni; Ihe linnet that a ear'a iiihicriimon civca aic first Mouda- lu each Special attention to the traveling yard, especially of the kind used in la alll legal ways. UJU"lU 1000 Edllcwi.lt ,. (14) For economic, ns well a? humane tsqos, f.? recommend that the averaged priced suit retailing Public Quarterly Court Begins on the , 600 Newt PhotM 2SO Short ArtJclrt ftrut uiiun; ...n...i. ,...wV 1intl'ju I. A...... JliVlllIJ. the State of Kentucky updt"1 ,0 supplement Mid Jaicr !9 continue from $40 to 2.r. Suppose that thf;j tl ISO Short Storlr. Lotirt of CallllH Cnnvonrs flml QWENSBOPOjKY. 100 ino.lr.trd Fr.turrt the work of the United States Public Health Service for the prevention price of tills cloth wore reduced 10 , Tuesday Jn January and 2 Complete NotcU first Tuepf WtndnesR from trachoma, a communicable and painful disease of the per cent which would he a very sday In October. t Colliter s "'eye, from which, the last census imrX Snows tlmt: 3.3i000 Persons great reduction Other County Officers-- C. S. Mox-lotills could not re- - sa Surveyor, 1'onlsvUIe, Ky., It. Hartford Republican of the State. J pL DU ore suffering in a single suit moroj duce the retail price of the P. D. No. '1; Tom illnes, Absessor. (ID! AVe call nttqptton to ?iv vast resourH- -; nf our Statu na yet than ::r. cents. With this reduction, Ky.; Ozua Shults, Sujierln-Jtcnden- t. 'Olaton, and inile capital ttid labor Into the State to develop such re- - a $2.r suit could be sold for $24.05 i Hartford; Dr. A. U. Riley, Coroner, Hartford; T. H. Benton If tho consumer were given full bene-- , courcesi U(l.1f KnMtiMir irnrirnf.l (16; Expressly reserving the right of all Republicans to vote upon fit, but our investigation has shown jbHTicKs rni.iiVs i by that there has been no actual reduc- - "J Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft-the question of woman's suffrage as they see fit we favor the adoption submitting this question to the Hon. Succeed when everything else fails. ler o'd Monday In March, Tuesday aft ' the next General Assembly of a resolution In nervous prostration and female icr Ud Monday lu June, Tuesday att "The assertion of tho Democratic jl weaknesses they are the supremo people for decision at the election of November, 1917. 3d Monday In (17) The Republican pary in Kentucky is responsible and deserves senator, quoted above, is there!" ore 1 remedy, a3 thousands have testified. icr after .'!d MondaySeptember, Tuesday lu December. county unit law. In 1007 we declared definitely for wide of the mark and must have the credit for the FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND j Li. A. McDanlel. Roeknort. Frldai UcCALL PATTERNS governing unit. In 1011 wo been made merely for political effect. , mr tiyie. peneci rn, timnllcitr and. after ad Monday lu March. Friday STOMACH TROUBLE the local option law with the county as tin rthabihty nearly 40 )e.irt. hoM in nearly it is the best .medicine ever sold latter 3d .Monday In June, Friday cttry city and town In the United Sl.itrt ri! again declared for the county unit law in accordance with the Constitution. The 1'nderwood tariff bill has utter-l- y Cir.aJi, or bjr null direct. More told than after yd .Monday In September, i over a druggist's counter. failed in its purpose with respect We now declare our continued adherence to the county unit law, any other make. Send lor tree caulocue. Friday after l!d Monday In Do- -. hereby endorse the present county unit law of Kentucky, and to thW commodity, and there Is no MeCALL'S MAGAZINE and we do icetnuer. More turncribrrt than any othei fathloa and we favor the doubt that the same test may be S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday pledge ourselves to its strict and rigid enforcement, mazarine-milli- on a nionth. Invaluable, Lat. after 3d Monday lu March,, We-d- c't ttylct, pattrrnt, ilieitinakini;. millinery, amendments thereto. as may be necessary to make It ef- - successtully applied to other necessi-- j' ..adaption of hteh flam icwlntr, Y&O Inesday after 3d Monday in June. ctuttte, roodfjney nredltnoik.fijlrdrrtiin);, '' ' ttorlet, etc. Only CO centt ties. infective beyond question. 'Wednesday after 3d Moifday In Sepytar (wortli double), Including a free uttern. ' J- -s fcubtcrift today, or tend for tainule cony. tember, Wednesday after 2d Moti- i' ' i ', OVfe uay in December. tVONDEBFVL A Medicine Chest For 2.V. ii," i' ' t inducements ' V f:'ts. I'o.lal brlngi premium caUloCue U. C. TichUllor. "V'orW Peace I'untaw Yet, llerlare the peace of the Orient. Centertown. at. I ou have an excelIn this chest yellow JourSelfishness, jingoism, urday after Jrd Monday in , 'spU'1"" , w J7,h su w WM. ''V'."'; ' l'm U(CUL M- lent remedy for Toothache, Bruises, LUUIHU. Francjtco, Oct. 12. 'Count nalism and politicians are chiefly re- Sprains, Stiff Neck, Backache Neu"'..,' ' San treatment .Wlnson Smltn, Scloci, sponsible for misunderstandings that Tuesday Qkurna. Japanese Premier nnd Dr. have existed between the United ralgia, Rheumatism and for most for WEAK after I'd Jlonday in .March, Tuesday iy-- I of aWaMlaaTv 1jV One 25c. bottle after 2d Monday In May. Tuesday Chew, a Chinese editor ot States and Japan, said Mr. Klyo Sue emergencies. Vf Kg'-PooLUNGS or after 3d Monday in August, Tuesdoes it all this and CURE LUNGS told delegates to the Inul, a lecturer of the Japan Society Sloan's Liniment San Francisco, day after 2d Monday In November. CONSUMPTION y a re- because these ailments are symtonis, of America. A world religion, W. S. Dean, WedDundee, .International peace Congress not diseases, and arc catibcd by con- ... .. ... ' M'.that world-peac- e nesday after tho second Monday in was yet a fantasy ligion including the truth of all w,th ou If ' ' and will be until the militaristic order FREE fay ag aquick TaM'toc March, Wednesday after 21 Monday and excluding all patriotic, gestion and inflamatlon. In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday doubt, ask those who use. Sloan s ;that tired, feeling, coughs, pains of things Is clianged. In a message national and racial bias, was declir.l LInlmeut. or better still, buy a 2jc. in chest, night sweats hemorrhages, weak In. August, Wednesday after 2d Mon-da- y In November. to the congress Count Okuma said to bo primo requisite, for world bottle and prove it. All. druggists. 3 lungs or consumption. Hen F. Rico, Fondsvlllo, Tuesday there was no hope for peace "as long peace by Mlrza All Kull Khan, lOCk BOX (IE . . OHIO MEDICAL CO. In March, ThursCOIUMBUS, 0. after 2d Monday an there exist nations or indtvlduils charge d'Affalres of the Persian I.e- day after 2d Monday In May, ThursFarm For Sale, ' who believe or exhalt themselves as gation at Washington in nn address AMb AIL THROAT AND LUN8 TROUBLES. day after 2d Monday in August, 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor ubsolutely superior to others and to before the International Peace Con- wkUUjOVER.eS YCARS' Thursday after' 21 Monday in ' No- GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOBYI vember. road, ,1 2 miles from llroadway and OK MONEY REFUNDED. assert that superiority do not hesi- - gress hero today. Den W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftto appeal to material forces. Rockport. Schoolhouso tate 2 miles from er 2d' Monday in '.March, Friday after When llty Hits Tho Croup, On the floor of the congress to- 2d. .Monday In May, Friday after 3d on "wdgo of 'farm .and church near. When mother Is awakened from Monday ' in August, Friday: .after 2d night Dr. Ng Poon Chew added to Monday, in November. sleep to find her child who has Throo roada 'jiasa dwelling house" Count Ok. ima's statement: "There sound ifAKl'FORD' POLICE COURT." . bo wars and more wars J ist so gone to bed apparently in tho best which is on, Hartford R. F." D:"No will 0; c: Martin-.-- Judgo:, McDowell 'A. strugglng for breath, she '4ij Most of land perfoctly lovoi. Any' long ,as there are two codes: of laws of health bbbbbbbbBC Trade Marks 'i.; Fog,!, Clt)1,Attprn.ey: J. P, Stcvpnsv Designs PROCURCO AND DrFCNDtO.''a'''"dcJ. .CoUr.t, convenes scconk Monan& two 'standards' of riiohiijrVmfc 'is naturally alarmed. Yet if she can otf deijrlng tQ purchaso farm will do w cr.wuitfurnutu.lurexiicitMi.rtliMiiirrti.rri.irt. CopvniQHTa Ac. t re lulTloe. how u obula UiiU, Irfci. Lit, - keep her presence of mind and gfvo day iii each"" month. Korernlng nations,' the other IndividAttfbnt aenillnf a tktl eh ni.d rtencrhnlon eoryrUku,eUi, tj ALL COUNTRIES. qnlcklr ntrerinlii nur opijiJoii fre whethermT ail Oily Councilfc-- j. C. Iler. Mayor: R. JJtuUft dirttlMlh WiuUeglom mil timf, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy every weM to investigate. Price reasonaIntention It probaulr pniefn.M. Commuiitrii. vols," he said. HANDBOOK onl'Afrtni moHiy anJcfUmitefalrMl. tlonittrlctlreoundeiiiui. T. "Collins; Cljrk;j B. Dean, Treas Patent and Infriapintiit Pnct'ct Eiclutlvtlr. War, the doctor said was going to ten minutes until vomiting is produc- ble. Apply for further Information tent (re, olde.l ,s eency forKcuriiiirpaleiiit. t. urer. Jicinuers ol council j. 'rateiiia taken thmuiili Munn Co. rccelre ' Writ, or eoine lo lit X BAJINETT &. SON, Agents. nicuxluotUi, without cliarite, lutli Cant. A. D. White. A. B. Pate. keep right ou in ono place or anoth- ed, quick relief will follow and tho to lit DfkUi (tnet, mmr b1U4 VMm ftVMt OSot, W. II. Gillespie, W. H. Barnes, C. M. ;n.lWtlnNCTN, O.C. er. Even China was preparing. Ho child will drop to sleep to awaken In JitttcriCutt. Crowe. militarism which ho tho morning as well as ever. This blamed Western 'A handmnielr UlantraKxl weaklr., TJirrut elr. Board Education J. II. Hartford 13 a cuUikhi ol nur Mlentmo lnurual.1 1 jsajd bad not only parceled China, remedy has been in use for many D. Carson. Ch'm'n.; C. M. Barnett, BoMlbJkllnewKlealcra. FOR FLETCHER'S Ideals of peace years with uniform success. ObtainR. T. Col-lin- s, KUNN & Sec.; B. W.'Ford, Treas.; but. bad destroyed her 1,A.l TMnm tlt" .lit lirllOt t j able everywhere. J. D. Duke. lUtituk Obbm, V eu. WuUuclvu, u a. 0 JJV CailVU JUl' Cftitlilnjr No Cheaper Tlinn llefo- special correspondent of !,.1 Al. bany Joumnl writes fror Kentucky In convention assembled adopts the WtVAtn Inn! " n uiamti tinii a Professional Otto C. Martin .W.SISI ' ' ' WWy f tp j r, at at " I fcorMRTCtlMSl I (00:mes& Smith Attorneys Mn. p .."'"'" tu W' ii i m ' W "&Mj bu'-Mlu- . ge . t r'-n- - .in ; i i 1 II1V-- k.. ,- o.l.lr.c.t I r k' t SPECIAL TO WOMEN TRADC-MARK- v rl L I Collier's Collars in Cluba First Time Planters House Directory ofll-ce- j -- Getin "' I -- y, n lEIectric lrA m t Bitters WILL TAKE I ! w. L I i I ' I v FREE ', KILLthe the cough v to-da- Y run-dow- n Dr. King's New Discovery M!ii. 1-- " ' " I IC I J' "-- if." 1 inn MM-slm- I . c Don-net- 'OMldTen Ory Scientific -- ''" CASTORIA Co."New mx -- , .1 . rf, votes, or a total of 2,481 votes. At the regular election in 1911 Mr, licckhnm, the Democratic nomi DEP'T. OF AGRICULTURE nee or the senate, received but 1,- S2.T voIps. In other words, the vote at the Democratic primary In 1915 Very Simple Method of Getting exceeded tho totui Democratic vote cast for Iteckliam by GOO. Kltlicr there was a stuffing of the Valuable Informaballot boxes at tho recent Demotion. cratic primary or there was system- Majority ef Friend Thought Mr. taking olhcr medicines. I decided M & m2 1 ft 1 W atic treachery at the last general lake Ills advice, although 1 did not havt Hughes Would Die, But election. any confidence In iL At tho Democratic primary AuTho farmer who wishes to secure m uso lor .;o years, litis burins (ho l;;iiiitiiro 1 have One Helped Him te forthcoming publications of the De- gust 7, 1915, in the county of Madinow been taking of and has bron mado untlor his pcr- ..partment of Agriculture upon par son, .McDermott received 178 votes, for lhrce months, and U has cured me Recovery. ticular subjects and avail himself In Stanley received 1.073 votes, Mc- A'hiw no ono ( deceive you In tliii. haven't had those awful sick headachw this way of the results of Its Investl- - Chesnoy received 1,000 votes, or a to ".Tim(-u-'rHM- l" Counterfeits, Inilf n(I.. us " nrc but ' J.xmtIiii..i(m llint trlllu with nnl iMiilmiKfr thu health at gallons should send a post card to tal of 2,852 votes. since I began using it. nml Infants nml Chllilrcu-Exnorlci- ico At tho regular election In Xovem the Mltor and Chief of the Division. jiftilust llxpeiiiucut. kv in ini.,.,):..,. , I am so thankful for what Black of Publications, United States De- - her. 1911, for the Senate, the Demo vIccs 'rom t,lis PIace' Mr A. J. Hughes Draught has done for of Agriculture, Washington j crntic nominee. Mr. Ileckham. re mc." IMrtment votes, or 400 votes writes as follows: "I was down with D C, asking that his name bo placed cetved but Thedford'3 ht has bees Cnshirlii Is tl lini'llili'xs RliWKnlo for Cnstor Oil, Pnrc- I upon the list to receive the Monthly I less than w ere cast at the recent slomaeh ,...,,;, ,nr fk. a found a very valuable medicine for de' Hjriiiw. ' fcY"lH!r '?'''..'!. "r"l" '"i" Opium, 3Infpliliii. ILIs pleasant, Ifc i.m of Publications. This list con- - Democratic primary. neither nor other tains the titles of all bulletins and ' Tin attention of the courts was w"'a nave sick neauacne so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. 11 Mtbst.mii-- . Us iik Is Its gniiruiiluo. It ties troysX.irrotio worms reports Issued during the preceding again called to elections In Scott ' limes, that thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable mill nllnj.s I'or nioro than (1blrty years herbs, At tho recent primary In JUS licen ill constant, ll n fur flio V..1I...- - ,.i-- ......,;.... .1....It , mniitli. with brief descriptions of coiiniy ,, , ,,iffrin. , contains no dangerous ingredients, and uui "" Il.iliiene.v, AViml Co , all """'"' each publication and a statement of Hint rnmitv Mrllwmnll. rrnclioil 14 Troubles ami l)..Mihii'a. It regulates (be Stomach and UowtN, acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely its object and tho region ot the votes, Stanley 1,052 votes, McCbes-nc- y did not seem lo do me any good. . r,,,,,,, iisHiiHi,, ..sti, ,, pUhl(f i..lU,iy Untliral &lc. 1.9 SO votes, or a total of 2.2S2 I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used I'nlted States to which It Ir adapted. Uiio Children s l'anacfa-'il- io by young and old, and should b mother's I'rkutl. The number of copies of many of volo" A year ago at the Senatorial and all my ' friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest- tho publications It limited by law, election the Democrats cast but 2,- would die. He advised me to try and farmers who receive the monthly 131 votes Get a package to ay. An examination of tho total veto Tlicdford's List should therefore apply only for and quit Only a quarter. Bears the Signature of tlmso which will bo directly helpful for the stat" shows that in eltthtv to them. As long as the supply couules out of the 120 the vote at BnaaBJU-aux-a- j ja.n;v.aaua.-itwiLii'iT.ii;javailable for distribution lasts, cop- - the Democratic primary of 1915 the vote cast for Mr. Deck- les of the bulletim may be obtained free. When the availably supply is ham last November. exhausted, conies may be obtained va or Docu- - Form, Near WIiltesI, I'm- Sale. from the Superintendent We hao listed with us a good 10S meats, Ctnormnent Printing Office,' at a price ranging from 5 cents up- - ncre farm 4 j miles South of ward. This official Is not attnehed Whitosville, about half of it bottom Kind You Have of Agriculture land, and forty acres In timber to the Department to the ;orr:iment Printing Of- - eluding 5S gum, besides various other Till Cr NTAUn COMI-ANNlWVOrCITV. No buildings. See us for flee, and is authorized by law to sell trees. Government documents. Ho does prices. all HARNETT & SON, Agents. not accept stnmps, and payment v. . f7i.vjr.7 ji .. u m i ii ii ii n i i ii should In made In postal orders, cur- iimhiimi mi muni win miiiniw Mwnimiiii iiwiiiin full of life and action, filled with the . l'O.VI) HU.V. fire of line inspiration and followed rinc, or curt Hied by 250. short stories of adventure, I 1 Oct. 13. Hev. . Sam Sheniwell - a rule, however, the publica-- , win make tions of more Roneral inlerest, and preached an able sermon at No. Ill particular the series known as schoolhouse Saturday night. Our in I rarmerh' ltulletlns, in which there doors are open to him any time ho 9 ate now more than UOO titles, may be can preach for us. Ni Mntidy We have organized a prayer meet- iuAdvniiro obtained free from the Division of SiitiNfun in Applications may nl- - ing at Pond Kuu every Wednesday Publications. (ion (imr 1 so be made for them to Senators, nlKht with Pro A. T. Hoss as leader. vI nu te I Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Mrs. Mary Ktilkerson and son, and Delegates in Uoprosentntlves, LowrriO'ct I Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of I' it olory Congress, to whom tho law allots Jesse, returned home Sunday, after a I Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best 1'rici'M four-fifth- s of the copies printed each week's visit to Mrs. Fulkerson's son, I minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone Kn H I nh( year The Yearbook of the depart- - Mr. T. K. Fulkcrson, of Simmons, ' 'IV A in the Home. 1 here is no age Sn vi nij of ment is also distributed by Mem- - Ky. limit to enthusiasm for The ' Three Current Issues Free SIOI) to There was a large crowd at the hers of Congress trom the allotments Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION S U (I o party at Mr. Otis McConnell's Satur- assigned to them. let us send you Three Current lasues Prom Puo P A 3TAHCK FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your c52 Times a Year The Division of Publications is not day night. Everybody reported a lory Direct RCSIO!r request. go orsot permitted to Issue publications to very pleasant evening's entertain not 12. Those who subscribe now. sendinir $2 persons not connected with the do ment. for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will Mr. W. U. Robertson is sick at for 1915, will receive The Companion part ment to be redistributed by get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. Wc nlll ulill' )nu a beautiful Starck I'lann fir 30 day.s- free iral. la )uur them. There is, moreover, no list of time of tills writing. magazines. .Ml wo ask Is tliat uu v. Ill play upon, use home No cauli I'ujment Mr. A. T. Uoss and sister, Edna, persons to whom all publications are nnd tost thW plunci for 3D il.i.t If, at the end uf that t lino, you SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE nut llii'l It the iliino In overy wuj. that yuu hate ever K f t ttraile, swtctcst toneil ami UtieMi sent as issued. The Monthly List made a Hying trip to Beaver Dam Keen tut the iiioii.'y. otl nru lit ferfn't llher y to Men J It back, uml is will, la that THE HARTFORD UKPUHMCAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION', BOTH will be sent to anone who asks Tor j Saturday. pay the cti-m- . both w.iyn. This Staicl; luno muMt make kdoJ .villi jou. or there Is no sale. Is also on the ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. Mr. la. J. Robinson It, and from this each individual Easy Payments Save SI50.00 or Mors can select what he wishes. To ask sick list. Vou piy ttj cj.ll ilimn. Lt.t otter 30 til We riilp illntt to jou frum our fictary. at Miss Altha Robinson was the guest for a publication that is not really 0 li M'j of trial. f M' lujtnent on (lie lu. IhJt itir oti uimfil ri cin fir We ifiurjuttt ti tnrmU est, pi.t tcrnn cLr aKictH hv i lani c t of yur piano wanted, however, is to run the risk of Miss Carrie Southard Sunday. tuuiufae urkr a Ixttir I'tatiQ Mr tin money lliau i .m Tiet term are arrani'l tj ) Miss Maggie Hunter was the guest Milt Jour finfniirp, antl ft N (hmi'Mp tit of depriving some one else to whom Vou arc murrl of nHvuIni irr rtKfnlnTc. -- tlfntoty fcurrt totkil iljrat'V Infu tCa.U )ou to hi y a pk.i.j fur your hunie, hitlioLt or Miss Margaret Tomerlin Saturday mny be more useful. it (. I . t' m.noy. ,. the night. In addition to distributing aiarcK 1 OE.Yf f!':irjnlo Mr. Marsh Chumney attended the llayerPjanM publications of the department, the 2nd Hand Bargains r.Trrr Hurrlc riino stare i'laycr I'unoi r $1.35 Division of Publications Is a con- funeral or his brother at Sturgls, Ky The Republican and Louisville Herald W" lti' ciiitanth on liinl jruarantefil for 2"i jran. anil lhi iMutt. r.U A l.r uu.lllnn ut alltl.. Tiiu iCutilit- t- lul lul flayer 1'ianos on taa venient source of Information In re Friday. r( it our IS yran of plane an I cm liaiil tl.ino4 nf a!t Vou uill he riarket. 1.75 tjnlinl uuVra takrn in Mr. Xorbet Ross, our school teach The Reptrlican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at tiperifnw, snl tlie repuBard to other agricultural literature. with the many I'lann tation of an ol I fitaWUIicd, clinic fjr nf" Sur.-fcaturea of tli welcomes requests for er, who was out ot school last week The division The filhw-Ini- f rctiioniUilc piano Iiouk. lrJ ronlirfut Instnimrnts, and 1.50 Republican and Home and Farrh are te umjile banfilai: will he tlimM with the publications issued by nny branch of on account or a bone felou. Is back The ery lv pric-- at i 50 Free Muslo Weber ,..$110.00 Government, by the agricultural again this week. tliey can be teoircJ. the Q 92 00 Lessons Inquirer 1.75 Steiaway The Republican and Miss Carrie Russell, our assistant colleges, and by the experiment staPiano Boob Free 90.03 Chickering Ti pi fry p rtliawr of ijive Irce Sfinl today for our new F tarck Phnoi. 95.00 Kimball tions. These requests are answered teacher. Is no better and Mr. Andy The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 illustrated piano music lo.n. In iiu of 195.00 SUrck fully, the correspondent being ad- Ross Is teaching In her place. which ifhci you a the belt kmiun uhooli in C lilcagn. 3.50 larce an.ount of laforma. 3 lie" ! in J ou Scnil hr our litest complete Several people from here attended The uepuumcan una uany uwensooro inquirer vised us to where and to whom he lion rruar.liu; planoj. lhi ran !ke in ymiT OAn liotnc. aeconJbanJ bargain ll.t. biMk ill Interest an J Tliii reprcwnti should apply. A complete subject tho Morrow speaking at Hartford The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k If mall. fret' Instruction. O'boro Messenger 1.75 please you. Write toJay. one jcar'i " Index, which records even a single Monday. 1313 Slarck BldC, CHICAGO P. A. STARCH PIANO CO Mr. Jim Russell and family and The Republican and Kentucky Farmer mention or n subject in a publication 1.75 dealing principally with other topics, Mr. Charlie Robinson and faintly of all the publications of the depart- Vero the guests of the mother of Mr. The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 ment Is maintained by the division Robinson and Mrs. Russell, Mrs. The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 and should bo found usoful by au- Liza Robinson, Sunday. . -thors and Investigators. ? K. rl f. The Republican and Weekly liner Ocean and Farmer $1.60" I .Juilire Voting Invokes a Technicality &9ESk f tf Jt To Sate .Ml. Uteri Ing Saloons. For Sale Cheap. Judge Young decided that the loWe have a 2 aero lot near and Simmons mines to offer at cal option law Is not in effect because A good two 1C foot room of tho failure to have tho certificates a bargain. house, barn smoke house and good properly lodged to record in tile well ot water. One half mile of County Court. Mr. Winn nnd his : K church and school house. Would colleague, Judge O'Rear, of FrankThe Great Ship "SEEAND3EE" tjmm fort claim that It was not necessary THE make n fine poultry farm. Twlarietandnoalt""!" iUamwoa artilaiil waUrof tha wjrll. El.'ph )4 V-VER to Mo tho certificate after tho decisSEWINC For terms call on or address. "CITY OF BUFFALO" EfUE'" 3 Marnlfieent Stemer ion was rendered. UAUNETT & SOX, ULTl.XLtl OF Let our readers remember that C CLEVELAND DailT, May 1st to Dec. 1st BUFFALO IStl Hartford. Ky. - fini'.M. &,J!2?J..,- - . . triK-V- r QUALITY. Judge Young Is one of Stanley's t.UA.tt.U - h ArtitfUuJalo Tim .1 henchmen. Ono of tho men whoso .The Ballot Bo. In The State. to a Canaci point'. P.i'roJ tal' Cmsc'.Iani at Cuflala for flviri U s oa'l all Uaattar Craaaparuua a oa our ateuiwra. Aia; Im ltwn Clm elm ) w i ala'o ar . .o.utu. Under the above head the Louis-lll- e head was cut off by tho Louisville yoLf Uieaj-niiii9l e ol lhaUnal NOT Ue'urr. r ww - t lJ u IT mlol Evening Post, which is support- convention was the McChesney man SSiii dr.rUr.DBlX" iwnt oy ri.pt of flv j wnu U su po.u.--i arJ oaui. Alao aa i t Itnf l.nViMlt-torl- il t 'I M.T 1w SOLD n ing Mr. Stanley for Governor, gives who ran against Young for the nomittrnir W THfi CLEVULAMO & BUFFALO TKANbtr CO.. CUyaland. Ohio vent to Its inmost feelings indicating nation for Circuit Judge. Read caru-full- y UNDER ANY that decision. On a technical- - OTHER that Stanley was nominated hy bal lot box stnttliiK. on bribery, carrying' Ity ho knocks out tho enforcement NAME. Feel.richt all tho time. Don't lay pit out tho contention of Hev. Pnlmer of the prohibition law In a dry coun-- , from work for dava bv takimr calomel Ity. If Stanley and his crowd get in- - j In his spoch .before tho Louisville Ver-La- x keeps yor WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. , when nlpusant Liu- ., , '. to olllco the prohibition law will boj Coitferenco at Hartford recentl): VS", Ifyoa purchaM, ,lw KW HOMK you will "XZ V -VV. .... "Uoforo tho grand jury 'In' Clark, a fleiul Tetter In every dUtrlct whero have a II fo utKct at the price you juy, uud will .W. WM"tako anvtliinm else. You can't afford ljelongs to tho Stanley ma-p- nut liuve an eudlcs clialu onrepaln. and before the grand Jiiry'lif cleanse's Sys' It. Eliminitea poisorfs,' Jlutfgo Denton fluestloned .tho thine. NGws and Truths (I)aptUt.) i5R.'grT. Jt v- tern and relieves constipation. A nat J Quality H ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure)' election iiK'tliods' prevalent in tiuu ITSr1,. ir ! Z i , In its effect and certain In results. It district, ,(yul called special attention Doctor's Olllco and DwvIIIiik for Sale, Considered will won't bo long before Liv- - Ver-La- x Wo have listed lor sale two acres to the recent Democratic Primary. 5 completely displace calomel In ever it is the There aro certain facts bearing up- good ground containing doctor's of home. Children can take it freely an dwelling, all necessary with perfect safety. Every bottle Cheapest on tills primary that need attention fice, 50c and $1 in bottles. Norm 2 wells water, 1 cistern ' and lu tho course ot ttmo will have in the cod penuino without tho likeness anil slsna-tux-c with best of workmen, and can j; to bo explained. Li t'etime experience and orchard. Splendid location for of L. K. Grimsby. Fur sale by to buy. For Instance, at tho Democratic physician. None within a radius ol J. H. WILLIAMS, - HarUord. Ky- roferonco desired. Gall me on Hartford V, give any Easy terms to rlgln primary Saturday, aVugust 7, In Ave miles. If yon wui)taewlu.f maclilue, .wrlto fur '.. . 1 T-- 11 ear latet catalogue btfortt you Clark county McDermott received party. Call on, or address or auuress mu ui TT....if xiuruuru, ivy. j, .Mill Uo., plione, BARNETT & SON, Agts., 1.02G received 21D votes. Stanley The Nefl Horns Sewing H achira Co., Orange, Misi I'"r imliii In tnu tick not rnmedy Hartford, Ky. votes, McChesney received 1,216 31tf U Dr Mllea' Antl t'alu PIIU. . HOW TO USE THE Children Cry for Fletcher's STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS TnT O -. out Black-Draug- M VTTT j ' Pom-rnvi- nn What is CASTORfA T.M-diln- l,ls ,, Black-Draug- ' j ... 1 1 GENUINE CASTORSA . ALWAYS Clack-Drauc- s ss . ' v &eeJUU , In Use For Over 30 Years V The Always Bought In-b- ut TZ3!mmS!&&g33m!ISgZ5gSZS& , i .. clic-clss- ) RH eWfflS j" COMPANIQN 1915 Better Than Ever ' i ! I 30 I' i DAYS' FREE TRIAL Ue" 1 ' OUR CLUBBING RATES. -- 1 1( 1 lt mrt-.- lil-- ro lk FARE -- $322 IDAILY -- BETWEEN JL?. CLEVEJAND & i mmm s&r msshis:' fmSmSuMSHimi ., BUFFALO Mc-Hen- ry Address all orders to ,H THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI Tssszr-y- coninwJa-"cVrY'- i.nfi.i r -l NEW LAX el 1 tick-U- rt I i-- ' HOME li&L: o For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. -- -. . -- t jTHOS. B. MQ0S t Plasterer, Decorator aiidj, Contractor. .. ( T "Kft! "fit "-- Mltdi-ytiro'Jud-- n L mPfsfm euar-antce- t un.-hae- i,( s .' ' battle is on iii Kentucky for good government, honest representation, square elections and fair axation. It is a fight for an honest and economical administration of the State's government, for the enactment of just laws, the repeal of bad laws and the firm, but judicious enforcement of the law. It is the duty of every Republican and every citizen who believes in the square deal and in good clean honest government to get on the battle line for Morrow and thew&oleRepublican ticket. If Republicans and those who stand with them for Kentucky's prosperity, honor and progress do their full duty between now and election nighf, there will be a tremendous victory on November 2nd for Morrdw and political decency. ihe i itt. six years pleaded guilty to the ehnrge of con- has stood courageously during federating to do another harm when LAT .that entire time for the enforce- Hie cases were called during special $ ment ol the law, and the people of term ot Circuit Court last we'd; Morrow ou the fount) 1'iilt. "During the past few months, the Ohio county, by their Interest lu his Kuch wiis sentenced for a jeur and a )l , !nini.iv. of the regulation of the. ruiupnigu, are showing tliclr apprm.il day. -- "Efforts of the Urlt- -' question Mr. Marvin Miller, Owonsboro, ofliquor has of his faithful performance of duly (eh atui'Frpnch cotntuiuiilers to brin j manufacture and sale of ficial stenographer Tor the litli JudiIs too tate, , created anion our people tlie deep as a comity official. help toftiberl.v beYoru It cial district, nnicd lu Hurliord , a est Interest ami lias occasioned onnHriimiiii iirr.utiv the Stolen Front my pasture, one Moiula to looK afler his work Iti belligerent widespread and thorough discussion. Shropshire lion of thd'prapKM of the buck 4 yr. old, tail cut court. . lIlls miporinni suujeci uie ue- nntt'His. Prnnrli trnoiiH In Macedonia l I' very short, also one grade Hampshire Ordinal') flnrl.et .liiv, '1'iinN, publican party has always taken adhave received their first taste of .Monday. 7th lu W. S. Liken-- ' ground, and hnd the courage ewe about 0 yr, old. Crop left ear If HutRarlan'flrte.ir Hudo Vllnndovo vance marked at all. Any Information will vs. I. C. It. It. Co., .1. T. Carter s. WANTS YOUR BUSINESS THIS FALL. at- In 1007, to first declare for a local nd at GleVgoU, 'where they were Itockport Coal Co , .1 T. Carter vs. option law with the county as the be appreciated and rewarded. 0 by.an euenty numbering tacked WATT TAYl.OK. H. L. Tuckir. Henry Aloseley s. Eu- -' conmen, 'JLe fighting Is still lu governing uult, and In Its last C'entcrtown. Ky. Us Jauies. It had proven true In Its Climb. Phone. progress, imt sermnns aro nenig vention Tuesday, Sth day Elijah Header blstory and was first to taken hejped by .the; lather, which la win 'past ..,,.. nlnii.) .. . T"1rt Inn1iinil4tnn .. vs. Kockport Coal Co.. W. M. Helllli I Circuit i'ourt Xote. "i"" 'am.. ...-- ,...,......... it try. and rains have set In. Impeding ' Party upon this vital question is The Ohio Circuit court convened vs. John Cell, Elijah Homier vs. II. the ciqveKiqntpf'.tJie troops and guns. , in court hall Monday for t lie regular L. Tucker, C. It. Wade, et al., vs. ( as ioiiows: ' " 'The' Uepubllcan party In Ken- s' term with Judge T .!'. Mrs. Ida Hell Evans. &c W. M. 'anil , WW. The Germans i tucky Is responsible and deserves Ulrkhead presiding and Common- Warden vs. Supervisors Ohio comity, have, taken t'lm offensive south of the credit for the County Unit law. wealth's Attorney Hen l. Illngo and K.illie Warden s. Supervisors Ohio Klga and have' forced the Russians In 1907,' we declared definitely for County Attorney C. E. Smith pres- county, J. M. Torreuco vs. .las. I. ,, w uut M,W(V , j ,aw w h the colln ent. After an exhaustive statement Tnjlor, Albert It. Oberst. guardian, j ' large ulimW'Ot men and some guns. ,. s. It. I'erry Kirk. Flora Hudson vs. ' , ,2 i . .. i, ,iJc..to ns Uie governing unit, and lu 1911, by the Commonwealth's Attorney, UU l.iq I .TIIUIIT, luinctvi, I, we again declared tor the County IJen I). Rlngo, supplemented by the The Williams Coal Co. that the Germans are satisfied to I'nlt law in accordance with the con- - court, the following gentlemen were hold their' positions except In the SAVE S'Jd.llll NOW! empaneled as grand Jurors, viz.: J. .;' north, whtw.they have made repeat- - tinned adherence to the County Unit W. Fiener. C. K. Pollard, K. K. S.'ifi.OO pab for a Full Diploma vW.v ed atteiriptif'to take Dvinsk, which law, and we do hereby endorse the Ilalrd, Ell Meador, AUIon llajius. $7.". 00 Ilookkeeplng or Shorthand of Riga. l would spell present County Unit lnw, and we fav- J. J. ltoberts. It. C. Stewart, Jes-- Course. TIME UNLIMITED, if jou ' ',''' or tho adootiou of such amendments Taylor. L. K. Ward, W. C. Jlosley. enroll on or betore No ember 1st. Kus.,la.-- An imperial ukase pro- - tllerel0 ' mar be neCnBsary to make J. I. Clark and II. L. Taylor. l.'si. Write today Tor catalog and ?L'0.00 ;a state ihf.Moscow and In the clalre ,t effectlve be.onil question. as discount coupon No. 19. Address Allison Uaynes was ilcslguntcd Moscow illstrlct Realise of riots. The T,; II. O. KEESLLNC, I'res. decimation is an honest de- - foreman, Jesse V. Taylor was so We refund railroad and bus fares, not to Usorders,.nre said 'to be due to the ciaratlol ltryanl v-- Stratum Hus. College. a 0iUntarily made, without lected as clerk and J. I. Clark exceed 5 per cent of purchase. fact that many men are out of work nue,jce or co,rcnn. 14t., Louisville. Ky. I have always sheriff of the grand Jury. ..followiiiff strikes been for the principle of the County The following gentlemen were emMail orders receive prompt and careful I was for it In 190". when paneled as petit jurors yesterday Unit law The Silent Judge. i, Toeil)' was first embodied lu a Itepubll- - morning for the term, viz.: T. A. Coniplon. K). "The grand Jurj , It . attention. We prepay postage on orders of 1 was for it in 1911, Cen. Sir Ian Ham- - can platfprm Knu!nfliiy--Ma- j. Smith. W. S. Likens, O. M. IJishop. which has been investigating alleged ilton hn''iieeii relieved of the com- - an(i helped to carry my county dele-mac- G. J. Christian, K. H. ltains, C. S. frauuilb in the recent primary, has $1.00 or more. ofthe.ftrltish forces in the Ration for it and for its champion. Greer, H. T. Maddox. Willis Harl. reported that It did not llud any IrDanUuellp'a.anii'cnlled home to make i was tor.it m me election which ini- - T. E. Mcquary. A. K, Wilson, F. W. regularities except in the Stillwater a report to the War Office on the lowed and declared my allegiance to Clark, II. T. Maxwell. J) It. Helslej. precinct, in which lrto-seemore I Gallipoli campaign. He is to be suc- it In every county in Kentucky E. V. Cook. ('. It. Itrnwn, S. .1. Greer. Mites were gien T. It. Tjr.i, the ceeded by Miij.,Gen. Charles V: was tor It when it came before the W. C. Everly. II. E. Hill. T. It. noiniiiee tor Kepreseiilatlve. than he Moitro, an otllccr who has .iet Legislature for passage, and Kincheloe, I). A Iliissell. L. It. Good- - had received, and John linker, the t seen .wide service urgen the Republican members of all. other candidate, was not gUen 111.' ! Another important incident on the iiiaf Legislature to support It The Com'th. cubes bet for second number of oles thai were cast for Itritbli side of the war is the resig- - have been for it throughout Its en- - day were disposed as follows: Lee him. nation from tbe Cabinet of Sir Ed- - tire political history, and I am for It Loyd (Gcases) continued. Indictments were relumed against for- - S. C. Rose, the Republican Judge ward Carsoiu Hie Ulster leader, who Com'th. s. Israel Jones have not been driven to its sup- was appointed Attorney General last port bj the exigency of political con- - ward to uet Friday tor trial. 'John Chambers, the Democratic sherMay on tbp format Ion of the coali- - ditions. 1 stand upon my party's Com'th. vs. Eugene I lurrel con- iff, and Frank Dunn. Democratic InHis resignation. It promise, both in letters and in spirit. tinued for .service. tlou Ministry. spector, charging them with fraudas said, had been in the hands of- lUi u elected Governor ot Kentucky, Com'th. v.s. Hardin Tanner, con- ulently changing the result of tin- Premier AacjuUh for some time. i pled go to the rigid enforcement vote In the Stillwater precinct. tinued for beivice, 'maintenance and perfection of this Com'th. vs. Curtis r.rewer. Courier Journal." j and bit". The Circuit Judges in Louisille. Tlie ItaJkaas. While the Serbjaim law. the best enorts of my heartland Com'th. vs. Whalen King, contlu- - Richmond. Winchester, llarbourvllle. and Moiittmegrfns" lu Northern and mind, my energy and enthusiasm. D.iughetry, uilliauisburg. I'lnevllle, Comptou. vs. Claude Com'th. Western Serbia are strenuously con- - profoundly conscious of tho gravity ' Georgetown and a number of other testing the inarch of the Austrians of my obligation and fully convinced continued for servlco. We are anxious to see all lines ownecj fyf Com'th. vs. Will Duke, (Senses), places Instructed the (J rami Juries with genuiue effort this law can anil Germnifi...aml on the east the that court on on tho August primary, but Judge other parties and connected with us are kept in such Serbians, nix fighting hard aginst and shall Ije made to serve its high ruled to appear before Thursday, Hh day. purpose. Qulgrltiu attacks, tho Anglo-Frenc- h lilrkhcad is as silent as the tombcondition as to furnish efficient service. Where -- . stones in Klntwood cemetery. What Com'th. vs. Robert Hlllard, forces toi the. b'ojith are declared In 'I lie Republican CnniliduU for Cir for frorvlce,. are circuit Judges for anyway. To owners of rural lines are responsible for their upkeep, unoHicial rp'pbrtfl' to bo making cuit Judge. Com'th. vs. Chester l.ovil ilcfanlt punish those that they wish punished In JlililrJrts lo bring relief we want to with them. ". .. .. .. . . .OM.H.lfla .w. . . l.wlr... I Vl ''atortV WU..U.U...V. ,ftf juiinineni bitrra&scvl'Vllles. Doth ller-ll- n to tfyelr ior 20 lor oisiurmng re ami allow ineir lriemis to go uiipun- ""h" Judgo In this District, was , iKoas, worship .and contiuued All lines require a thorough overeauling occain Ished. Aro o to go through all the and Vienna assert that their Circuit carrying dnjs. weeks and months from August sionally if the best service is to be obtained. troop-- , an.d'tb6$o of Uulgariu are circulating among hs many friends cns(,s charging him with We deadly weapon and ; 7th to November 2nd with fraud and niahiug nrogret-- in their campaign in In this count' durng the pabt week. concealed a recommend that every line connected with us be Is maMne a manly, energetic rucejhiI0ollK Jtt random Serbia', but' a traced .., tin. maps not corruption crying to high Heaven. efendant inatne win carrj answering, recognisance foifelted. , ami n is premcteu with the press ami the peoplu clam- - overhauled at least once a year, and that at least one this vproress . h, slow. Ohio county by a handsome inn- vs. Sam Mosley. (2(irliig for an investigation and the experienced telephone man assist Com'th. in this work. cases), continued for service. Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's Artillery Jt,r"' In Hast nail Wo-- t. cost of this work when divided among all the patron uio i)eup. ui mi-- , tuuiii- - me 1.1- vs. Everett Uuy. (I cases) Attorney as unlet as a .Muv niornitii:. com'th. bombardments mid fighting by means cliued to hold Judge Ulrkhead to his continued (.going on in the even tenor of their of the line, makes the amount paid by each man of baud grenadcy nine been the sole promise made to them twelve years. Coni'tli. vs Archie Autry, contlu-- ! wuy as though no election had been method:! of wurfare along tho French ago small, and this cost will be more than offset by the mat iib wouin not uo a cantii- - lu., for j,crvice. iii'iii, us iiiiiiiKu no minify uau neeu line; ulillc oii'tlie'Hussiau trout the improved service. date for the third term. It is con- Willie Kissinger, spent, as though no whiskey and vs. Com'th. attempt of Field .Marshal von tve'lve yoars in olllce statement and off. been bought, distributed und drunk to'punh through to Dvlnsl; bidered that If the owners' of rural telephone lines in this sec- , itb a reniuner.it Ion of about $50.-Coin'th. vs. Lawrence Jonts, same ns though no young men had ever lias bniughl Qut ilip hardest tight, Is enough for 'any olio man In .order. 000 tion are experiencing trouble with their service, we been tempted, when a contest Is filed big. ff 'v tho same position: and is enough to Com'th. vs. William Render, dls- - it Is ruled out on u tecuacality ami will appreciate their talking the matter over with compeusate tho Judge for all that he missed. the charges ignored and on tliey go ' Tnar-l,tManager or writing us fully. We will gladfy do claims to have done for the peo- Royal and us though nothing had happened out Oohlle Coin'th. On FiMor'n Vout. Willi a great plo during that time. Fanule I!.ile. slateinent and olf. oj the .ord'lmiry. A great Judgo what we can toward helping you improve the con- amount Af artillery the Germans have Judge Slack would make an ex- Com'th. vs Otis Anient, continued would have called a special grand dition of your line. conctfiitratcd )argu forces south of cellent Judge. He Is an able lawyer for service. Jury and would have gone to the botIliga, and a stubborn battle has been and an eminent jurist ami bears tlu-vs. Klzlo Allen, statement tom of the dirges. A small Judge Coin'th. in progress 'jievvwluiays. The situa- reputation of being one of tho broad- - uiul off. would take the olllce any way he is conbideYcd by the Russians et minded and fair men at the Ow- tion CUMBEULAND o Coin'th. vs. l'orttr F.vans. could gut II. is moie .serious than for a long time, ( bar, He has heretofore net- - ucd tor service, We suppose that lliev think that & and again' there- Is talk of evacua- ed as special Judge and bus shown COMPANY Com'th. vs. John Render, contlii-hlutte- tliey have Kruest Howell to change tion of UiH,Ut lliv military. Cien. eminently quallfled for the U.,i, the election precincts, und tho pollen ivanoff. at Uio other end of the east position he seeks,, and In that capae- 'n,L. following were coutliiued for to visit every polling place in the ern trout', has Item striking hard at Ity has received the hearty common-natio- n service: 1JOX 111. 0WENS150UO, KY. Com'th. vs. Everett Guy, city lu violation of the City ordi- the middle. Stjr mid along thu fringe of all those who appeared lu Fred Sweeney, John N'elhou, Mrs. mince uud the llremeii to do likeol (itilicla still 4i Russian control. his court.. 'Geo Ford. I.011 I.lndsey (: cases ) , wise. They can assess each police.. .. r.. ..... . There is report that the Ausdrhins . .iiiubu CI..M' lll.n T'.l Hn....t f...l...k uiiiii. nu iii, .,wiii', t. nueioy .uorris. ira iook, Arthur man SIT). 00 mid other city emplojes liavo uvucuutci! C'jarnowlU. . opposed to the corruption of voters Duncan. In proportion, ami thuy think they J Lt i either by uionev or whiskey. Like r-KICom'th. vs. S. C. Robb, reported can do as they please. Tho peoplo s The llaJkniis.--T- hc Mr. Morovv he favors the passage of dead bo damned. stricken olf. Hut the peoplu will and Hulgarians are advancing a strict Corrupt Practice Act, ami if Coin'th. vs. Murray Maddov. con- - liavo a say on the 2nd. duy of NovFreight puitl to your iieniest niilmtul station. ill iiIqiir tho various fronts, but not bo Is olected Judge it is certain that tinned. ember, and they will vote the secret as rapid lj as was anticipated. Ar- such an act. if passed by Uio leglsla- Write u& for prices on any style Rletiil Ihiof-iuHarrison Maddox relieved from ballot, and wo Imagine that they will mies liae been sjiread over a wider t tiro would bo rigidly enforced. custody on his own recognizance. say to the peoplo that you can not or Kelt lioofing you may med, and our front, Ilerlin reporting that they Tho third term Idea is strongly t Same orders as to Jesso Ashford. corrupt tho ballot, you can use monj i rice will come to you bv first mail aru advancliiK'west of Uelgrade. It .condemned by a majority of the vol- SATISCom'th. vs. Reed Hurt et ni ey and whiskey Jn order to get tho ls claimed tho the Ilulgarlaus liavoCrs of Ohio county. FACTION ISl'ABANTKED. Reed Hurt and Ueckhum Fentress, nomination; you can send tho pollcu capturod vuJ.ihi Tope, und aro ad- While In Ohio county Judgo Slack charged with disturbing religious and firemen to tho polls to Intimiviinclng toward Kumaiiovu. Tliey mudo a number ot sneeches. nil of wnmhin. k.ipIi miter..,! ...... ,,f date tho voters, but there aro enough niiv. . FORDSVILLE PLAINING MILL COMPANY ........ took 2,000 prisoners. lacorpariJ which were attended by a largo num- - guilty and fined $5 and costs. unbribablo and unperchnscablo vot- . bur of voters who manifested an In Sheriff S. O. Keown and Deputy ( era to control this country and by WIlMon. iMfer. FORDSVILLE. KY. in Milium, -- The dally Telegraph terest In his campaign. Ho wan ao Jailer Herbert Mldklff took Oscar, tho Biiternul Gods wo propose to do announced t.iut Great Uiituln had companied lu each Instauce by Hon. Taylor, Klile Allen and Kstlll Ful- - lt. nuidv a- formal offer of tho Island of e. K. Smith, candlduts for Common- - kerson to tap penitentiary at Kddy-- 1 Wait the results. Oweasboro Cunts to 0rfi.ee :s soon as Greece wealth's Attorney. Mr. Smith has villi? last Saturday. They ' each Now. CAW OX THK HAUTFOKD lUII'l'llIJCAX UU PIMJ PRI.NTIjya. I NEWS undertakes to Intervene In the on tho side of the Allies. w.r been County Attorney for uiul g Owensboro's J chief-atten-- o Foremost j CLOTHING HOUSE 40,-00- i , J Kt two-week- Large and well assorted Stock of Men's, Young Men's t ... J ' and Boys1 ',',' Suits. Overcoats. Raincoats, Hats, Shoes. Trunks, Valises and th'e-l&jl- e Furnishings. '.it' Cr-micha- el - il n WILE BROS. Owensboro, Ky. V;SrSV&SSStf that i A Card to Owners of Rural Telephone Lines con-Muu- the pro-sre- ss .,., ... co-oper- ate I I "' , i The v i ' our y. V- J contin-c-iisbur- - lf TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH Jim f ... Austro-Oer-iian- r,. bf tUAL T.. a. UN HU0F1NG g, : Jnkc -