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The Hartford republican: October 29, 1915 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 hao1915102901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 29, 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. lj Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV11I. j EetfttM trait DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. W HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, JCY., FJRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1915. dti&trlul const defenses. I 1 We nro even niterest In Edwin p. Mornrr nrul more unprepared to resist commer.IL'IKJi: lllltk'IIKAD AXD TIIK T..Y IUVKK, ED. MORROW Ihelr Intention to support him for ON LAST I'ltlDAV .IflXJi: ItlUKIIKAl) AD.IOl'UXKD TIIK OHIO cial than military Invasion. The wea Governor. pon of cheapness, wielded hy our CIHCl'IT COl'IM', SO K.ll AS UK W'Aii COXCHKXKI), AM) The fact OLD-TIM- E FORM, Impoverished commercial rivals, OF TIIINf.', AM) WKNT Ol'TJOX AN KLKCTIONKI'IUXU FAVORS MINERS In Kentuckythat the present election comes on the ev of KXI'IMHTIOX. .ll'IKJK IIKXSOX, Oil IIKXIHltlSOX will he Irresistible. I'nder n con- WAS the-- presidential election adds a good IlV TIIK (JOVKItXOIt TO FINISH OUT TIIK TKItM. I'OU of the Delnocratlc tariffs , tlnuatlon deal of strength to Mr. Morrows camTIIK WKKK .ll'IKJK HIHKIIKAI) WILL IMt.WV ITtO.M TIIK STATU there can he only one army mustered paign. The miners and laboring peo0. (I TltKASUKY l87..-.ll'IKJK IIKXSOX WILL ALSO DltAW ,IS7..-Like His Uucle W.O.Bradley ple luivo felt the pangs of poverty Ovation At Phoenix Hill In this country, and that ofInevitably OK TIIK DKAIt TAX I'AYKHS MOXKV. THIS WOULD .NOT UK the unwill he the great army brought on by the present adminisSO XOTICKAIILK IF IT WKUK NOT jl'Olt TIIK employed. FACT THAT He Is For Laborers. Meeting. tration and they are llnlnu them. Republican .ll'IKJK IIIUKIIKAI) HAS KOK YKAHS I'OSKD AS TIIK (JHKAT solves tip for a tremendous victory "Military itiruslon Is remotely pos- FROM HIS ClUCUIiAHS SAYKlt OK TIIK TAX I'AYKKS MOXKY. In favor of a return of Republican Invasion Is deadly i slide; roinnierclal TO TIIK "DKAH I'KOIM.K" OX THAT SUHJKCT OVK WOl'LD prosperity, In If) 10. Wo believe in adequate, milcertain. Has Been the Wage Earner's former Vice President Predicts itary preparedness, hut to prepare IIAYK TIIOWJIIT UK LAID AWAKK AT XKJHT TRYIXO TO l)K At a recent gathering at one of SO.MK SCIIKMK TO SAYK MOXKY TO TIIK TAX I'AYKKS YISK the local mines In Ohio County It for uncertainties and to prepare for Hear Friend 'Since He Was G. 0. P. Success OK TIIK SIXTH .MDCIIAL DISTIMCT. UK DRAWS .!.". I'KII was ascertained that the average certainties seetn,s inconsistent. Wo TIIK .?H7..--I) WHICH TIIK .ll'IKJK WILL DRAW KOIt MONTH. monthly net earning of a loader un-- I a Boy. are horrified by the distresses aris Morrow. KT IK YKAHS SALARY AS THIS WKKKS WORK, TRYIXO TO dor the present administration has ing from war, hut are tliey to lie ' WILL KOCAL TIIK .ll'IKJK, AMOUNTING TO AHOl'T been about ?20.00 per month; out more dreaded by u nation than the TXKS TO STATK WD COUXTYON OHIO CO. KAKMS, VALl'KD e eroctness and despair and hunger that arise from Edwin I'. Morrow, the Republican of which he had to pay his house Ills Willi AND IWID HY RKI'l'HLICAXS AT SI, Hill) KACII. THIS !H7..-.-(, candidate for Oovernor, was horn rent, grocery hill, doctor hill, and Unction of bearing Charles W. Industrial panic? We should know KKMOCKATS ALIUK, TO TIIK "(JOOD" .ll'IKJK, KOI KLKFTIOX-F.KRINWe have had exX. Irbanks, of Inilhiiiii. imo-tliiVico what will happen. and raised among the minors or all other living expenses. Till WOl'l.l) IJUY SKYKRAL LOADS OK STONK I'OIt ROADS. pel lente under two preceding Domo-iiatl- c ('astern Kentucky. Ills father, the dltlon should not he permitted to exPresident of the United Suites, HAD IIKJII IT WOULD IU'11,1) SKYKRAL Cf LVKRTS OX OCR tariff lows. There Is one ade-- ', Hon. '.. T. Morrow, was an eloquent ist and this fact Is one of the strong a Kepiihllciiii gtitTlering that TIIK .IUIKJK OUT THIS KVKHY TIMK YOU MKKT WAYS. speaker and was always a friend of reasons why the laboring people all id the hiK hall at l'heouix Mill quale national piepurcduess, and that, WKKK, MH. VOI'K'l, RKMKMRKR YOU ARK IIKLI'IXC 'l') KAY 'lm mining and laboring poople of over the State of Kentucky are turnentered the hall, Is a restoration of the protective tar-As he List night. YOU OX THK IIIM A'LITTLK OVKRSI I.WU'KR DAY TO CAT iff. the eomunlty iu which he lived; was ing to Edwin I. Morrow iu the presMortly after S o'clock, he w;fR Riven HACK, AND l'.K(J YOU KOIt "CHAWIX TKHHACKKH." .N'eu l.e.soou In I'rotcrtlnu. nhv.iyi. In sympathy with their cause ent campaign. was re-rcti-niovation, ami this .i mid always defended their Interest. it,l wiien he roie and began nd- - Mr. Fairbanks spoke at length on Another One On Hamlctt. -II" Knew the mining and laboring the protective tar.ilf, from the angles r. the crowd. When the State W. O. W. encamp 'the nt"rs of Kentucky as honest and i'(o,'( as only a man can know them ment was held at Dawson Springs u.eetiiiK was presided over by prijcnted by the new condition. 'If,' capable, when the one is doubtful who is of them and lives among HSt March Hnrksrlnln llnmli.fl fit. itn.i II. lllakcy, City Attorney of- he wild, 'further argument were INDEPENDENT PAPER e tnem. Mr. Morow's uncle Hon. Win. during the (irlnstond ad- needed forever to establish the A mer and t'!" eiier "ainvpiyrnme. ns l,all,iilll:,0 f,. , OUT FDR MORROW The Slate of Kentucky is in the, O. Uradley, was one of the strongest rr!lHn llnm,nu,, .., munition. Upsides Mr. Fairbanks lean policy, us Henry Clay called it, . " l.fc ..WW V.,..., rut nor.e wIM i'ny It. It has hoen champions that tlte laborer of Ken- - state" He put in three busy days, ulio add refined the uatheriiiR the European war has .fnrnished it. i gone hickj- - over nan. ne mane the Republican That .war has ferverf to call atten- 1. Morrow, iinie, ami ii tins inere shaking hands with the hoys from deeper under the borers cause his cause. From tho ovory part of the ,' for Governor, and MaJ. W. Hon to our dcpoiidcnce upon Eu- State and ex,. : . Mr. Morrow, who entered tope for certain elements of uinnu- - Paducah Sun Announces Its Sup- btale c' ministration of the past few time of Ills earliest manhood when plaining to them the necessity of yeani than it1 has ever gone before he first became able to take part in rotating But suppose the protective !..,il just before Mr. Fairbanks fa'cture. himself from ono fat office port of the Prince of Ken-- . lavHU-- ' same length public discussions until the date of to a welcome policy had not tor a half century of of time. Isn't in speak, wan given another at Frankfort. When he th'jro bound to be something wrong? his death, hex championed the ouce went back to the capitol he promptly in that received by (!' former Republican domination in national tucky Oratory. . Aim Isn't tho man who has tho ahil- -' of the men who toil. He fought made affair been preparing this nation for i I'reMdent. ouuhts expense acouut for his iiyami the nerve to stand on his feet their fight. In the Kentucky I'ledlels Morrow Victory. . i the' moment when it might have to trip to Dawson and filed it with the day, nil over the Conimon-- ! Iature; before various labor conven- - Audjtor. Now our own Gabe his ipoech, Mr. Fair- - stand alone Industrially; suppose we 'n Likens i lie nrn Knows lll.u u iii'u:mit'- - wealth of Kentucky, telling the truth tions; In the chair of Governor, and As aid ihnt on behalf of Iloosler had remained as the foes of protec- was also n ennilMntn for Him iinmlnn. is not so stupid as to any in the Senate of the United States, con- - tion would make us a more ngri- - rciitempornr wl to the approbation of ii.iil icans he wlbhed to exu ml of Stiltc Uke. Iiiove that the "independent .do-r.- ii maivho is conscious of the heritage his voice was always eloquent In , toll fop Secretarv AlIll,t0P. i .nations to Kentucky Republl-- c cultiirul colony of Europe? What He had of a newspaper guarantee or of 'dependence?" If we appreciate favor of the great laboring class of wIse Fr8t nMl8tnnt Mor-- r would have been our plight in the , rs on the sure election of Mr. pal(, ow K00( mnl earned thejilgnificance of the name that is people who constitute the hulk of v. th. Ir nominee Tor Governor. He past eighteen mouths of European moMey for ralIroa(, fare an(, ho,el bless- fairs of the city, state or nat'oi1. theVAmerican synonym for liberty, our population. present can- - ,.,., ...,. The r.. d l augured well for the success war? Instead of an Individual nf I1nwtn Its attempted nssumplioii free peech, and the courage to Ijeiilldate for Governor, Hon. Edwin I, llamlett should dn tlm :im tin Irket when the biggest hull '.n ing, mitigating the rigors of an ex- 'iherefore fii ho - .iftir, indo, Morow, Is the living embodiment of .,,,, ,., ..,,.., is . , .- -, (.oi.sville would not hold the voters periment in partial free trade. It Ihat the Sun has deserted Us l u asking a hearing for fcfi?nD vcw or any other the strength,.and vigor nni energy telng Mr Hivmictt that ,he 8UreIy ho Ir't t!:elr homes 'to attend tho wmilil liiivi! fiillen iinun our neonle pmiuoiict "ow...must oe tne pro , net like n blight, paralyzing whatever In- - "'" . chanl pinning the cause of: and integrity of his illusrtious father Alnto r ly ... ... oun e.uns . . . ...... ,... .. ..w u....w ;n v j tV those Mr. Morrow Is attacking, truly and distinguished uncle. Uke them this hill. The rotator was equal to the From all I have been told." he dustry might feebly have arisen, and "' ciingriu ai mining us to discredit Mr. Morrow, checkmated. posyesi-e- s confidence in them, and be- - ho has always stood on the side of a w-"had this been a Democratic rendering us bankrupt. oc.lsjou explained that he was Independence Is a state of being Hives tnem guiltless or tne cnarges me lauoring people. nerever tne down at Dawson to help the Graded "On the other hand, prepared as ra.ly there would have been room in we have been, nartiiillv at least, for which periiius oi no i . t he has pressed to ably against theni, interest of miners and other wage school district about some school hall to spare. , .. . . Mr Fairbanks' speech Iu part, fol- - these emergencies, what opportunity ."ls,miill io iuij cull uiai iiliiuuhis vhv m)t tftke up l0 cuugc,ls an,i e learners were at stake the voice of j,0Iuls which have already ben voted this sudden change in the affairs of support whether It he right or wrong t,R routo? Morrow talk8 , riicts, Edwin P. Morrow has always been i and there was nothing Mr. Hamlett lows is Justification for .m(J factH w,n allswur i).,ck if they 'raised In their behalf. He Is a law meeting In'tlie most mo- - the world has opened to us, If we Independence "We are could do and he did nothing and orhini. ni an uhiuh ior uu ulsi iu- - oxlst T,at wmu(1 1)0 a nloro ,)ront.yer by profession and as such has said nothing mentions times of world history, lint heed the dictates of common to the school people people, regardless of n))u V(.,ure a,j a nlorc honorable been continuously retained as the while there in regard to the vote The European conlllet should not be nense and the admonitions of ex- - temsts of tlio independ- - l;,1(lortHknR Il (,r lmrt - perlence. on- - Pla We regret at this time tlmll making facts at attorney for tho United Mine Work- or the bonds. Will you vote for made a matter of partisan controverL',1C1' tlli,t '",s Pi'l,"Pted the Sun to sy Still we must realize that the ly our failure in not more broadly up-- , j.,,,,,,,, whose opinions are dlspleas- -' ers of America in the community in Hamlctt? support movements for tho public . ., ......... t .....iiMit i .which he lived. He has stood by the It t'fcUUL IK7M;i 11 iii niiriinii liw nu iiiviui' i...s. iiriuiii'iivii . i'. ...w,,.x., . ., t viuum .!...' i'ijikp, nil f.u.x.... .. urn I'm. rwt in i nn iiiiiM i ni iiii.i ... lllftt "" upon war orders, is In- - that today we might have a dye in- -, b""lj- - tin iiiniiiiK At tho vcpy heginnlg of this cam- - miners in their ettorts to obtain a. a,.llt, of Ml.s tries, based , ijkens. herently temporary. The ltepubll- - dustry adequate chemical industry-- - ph'xlon of the persons who are spoil- )algn Th(j Sun served notl(l0 u,)0n j just and equitable compensation for; It ,s wtj, a'feeung of' great x. ls tne lilck wf merchant sor for ,l,om' J"st as ll a prosperity above all a cross-oceaMr. Stanley and Mr Morrow, in its the Injuries they have received while "Lss that we record the .leith nf ono can party stands .for ...... , ,. ... ,, , , . . . ... ..... . llilw Inilniieiwlenne wlileh causes the i mines, unu hub biuuii of the county's most resnecte.1 ladleq 'i Which lias a real Slllisiailliai iouiiuii- - inariiie openuiiig uiuiei uie jiiiilti limited llellt or iniiuclice. mat lUO.ai iiculuMllir V'mii. JVinmnKiit t ... ........ ...,..,... .. . -- ,.,. ... period of the next can tlag, which, if it existed today. people of Kentucky want .by tho widows and orphans of the. Within the thUK8 tho Hon. bom . Administration of this country our would at 'once save us from every pos any amiiiiiuus euori, iu or. oui in..ino en t0 k,10W ab0l,t woro thc lh,ngs of mlners wllere th0 uli,R'rs lost tl,olr1May MG. 1S.40 and died of diseases . . own national life ami the markets nihility of foreign complication, and coinmunity, if tne ciTort isn't roiini, Ktntucky Mr Sla,,iey has gotten lives while at work In the mines. He j incident to old, ago Oct. 2G, 1015.. , stamped and labelled with the party , , ,.,.. !. ... ,. .. . . w of the world are going to be pro- - open new pathways for American j.,r. ..0 .... ........ rrnn, i10 0,ii,int has defended them In nianv Instances L. inereiuru sue nun reacneu me age they haveof 7fli . FUnenii 8t.rvlces were held by the great con- - commerce to every neutral and near- - brand and approved by the party's as he can get and stil stay In the' without pay whenever fo'undly affected We must ly every belligerent port In the world jjgents. state. Mr. .Morrow has tackled It needed a champion and were unable nt Dcthel by Rev. Creel. llict now raging abroad. The Sun lias spoken for Mr. Mor-lo- glovelcss, and the simplest verdict In to pay. "History has no parallel for the meet that with a constructive pro- Mrs. Likens was a Miss York bebecause it is absolutely sure that the lowest and highest courts of the A few years ago there was a sor- - fore What does prosperity of the American people American programme. her marriage to Mr. J .11, Lik presentunder the protective policy, measured the Republican candidate ls world, alike render judgment, for the' lous car shortage, it was Edwin I. ens in 1S59. Her husband preceded this consist of? ing with absolute candor and prosecution, when a ueiense is lacK-- ; i'iio" r.uiwii nunun) "" her In death four years "FIAt The restoration of the pro- either iu the magnitude of that proscourage facts of vital contook up the question of getting the - s,,e wag a menlUL.r m' tho aptbt perity, or the degree of Its diffusion. lug. tective tariff. of Kentucky . ,,, fnp nr... ...,.,,. .,., "Second Adequate preparedness When, more than a half century ago, cern to the people Ituiiiuuus hi BUiii; uiu bus iiraivii ,,,,. , , ,, ,, ill order that the mines might runi,,wl it was adopted as the policy of the facts thnt discredit the present adfor national defense. School Hook Graft. land that the miners might have em- -' Thin! -- Restoration of the Amer- - nation, the business of the country ministration facts that make tho wl, .. tl0 Conc(mi church. A Republican commission Iu 1010 .1vf tlir !1C til) tllAOU . nlV't1llt ' was stagnated, Its credit was at low path of tho present Demopratic office lean IIiik to the oceans. ' Mrs. Likens lived with her daugh- , one to innci- - -- but made a contract for school books j - seekers a lliorn ..i.'rii,nri...iiil!illoii In market ebb. Its wealth and nowor insignia- i.iiiiikI IioIiiou nrBC1,y c""""se,I1 "iter. Mrs. Frank Ulack since the If filttu ....... ..- - tlpnilUOQ fit II. and the school children were fur-- ! co",mu"i,y1 ...,- "U cant compared with that of today. our wares in the world markets. l"1"0" ,a,Ul nth of her husband. She leaves reselltatlves of the people of wasting nlshed books at the following prices: . ... .... .... .M...V. ...... "'sunivng her four children. Mr. M. We must not only have our own There have been three Democratic. breaking promRepublican Administration distinguished uncle. Edwin I'. Morow T xhlps, we must establish ample bank- tariffs iu tho last sixty years, and the public funds, and G. UVmn, t Hartford, 10 cents is perhaps the most thoroughly put thorn In of- Primer lu-(- 1 ing facilities at stateglc points in the result of each of them has been ises to the men who LkcnB r Frnnkfortr Mr8. Frnnk 12 cents caieu mail in Keniueiiy in First Reader fice. Ho offers convincing proof debt, disaster and depression. mailers i both hemispheres so as to effect 20 cents pertaining to the interest of labor lllack, of Hartford and Mrs. Bernard Second Reader Mr. Fairbanks tlie.n went Into stu proof that the persons he nccii-iemore and more through our Felix,- of Rome, Ky., and also a, nave periuiueu io s aim. aim anji.i.e mini ueauer j. cems and wago earners. iwn agencies and to extend credits. tlstlcal 'proofs" of ..this assertion. Ho .. I... .......iii grandson, Frank 11. Likens who was" . . ........ ...... . pimiik ,. , .ii..- - iii. iniiv nt.iinrr tin. iii.i nr v.w Ho Is now candidate for Governor very "" "We must send voiing men to miner- - nun enipnasis on mo general uisiri- dear to her as his father, Mr. In 1011 a commission composed and ho is making a manly light, viglanguage butlon of prosperity under a proper- - Ity to bring his Indictment and ra- vnt countries to learn the entirely of Democrats, made thch orous, agrosstvo light for u fair sys- D. W. Likens, her son, and mother by It, when ho makes It 'in tariff, protective of tho people, to establish business ly administered intelligence- and present cootract. whereby you are tem of taxation, lor the enactment lire dead. relations with them, to learn their The Republican parly." he declared, :ojivlctlon. Insults o public wel- - compelled to pay tho following prices of laws favorable to the laboring .lames Itiinlen Dead. wants, whims iindprejndlces, and "offers no apology for lis friendship deliberately prostitutes for books: people, for tho repeal df such laws Fordsvllle's Mr. James Iliirdeu, we must adopt u policy of more and for legitimate business enterprises fare at.a party'i call. Mr. Morrow has. held up to the as are against the interest of tho town marshal, died very suddenly Frankly, and un- Democratic AdnihiNtintlon. conforming to meet thoso con- - and lahor! more extravagance ot ,,rmu 2fi cents laborers and for a greater and hotter )aHt Friday morning. Ho had gone If we aro to win now trade coiuproiuislngly die Republican par- - public gazo gross illtlons. 25 coiitu Kentucky. Tho laboring chmB of poo- - lo to buy wilnon Co's store must do business as others de- - ty stand for the promotion of the ueiuucisys iiiuiiiiimuuuuii .miuiuie. j..,r- -l urauur we ISO cunts plo are Hocking to his support hy of tho United Ho nas jumiy oasimaioii u icii.miru Btcol,a Ruadei iuo urocerloa and whllo thur he ire it rather thun undertako to nmteriHl Interests They know that ho wm Httaoked with heart failure- and ii8 cnu MIim tUoimundK. Suites, knowing that no worthy civil- - winch was uckiiouiuiiou niuoiupuiem Third ilendmfni'co utioii them our niothods. xs cnuu l an oaruost. highly uallnod. ml- - aied In a few second. He had bom Inilustr'iil Count Defense;) Haaed. Izutlun can lie eroeted on the hail of and tnitiuoiii ny n own kuiu though g,)Uar have again u .. ,w ituiiiitilieiiiia. bllovlnK 111 a. waae slHsdurd deitraded to that the name legislator tr yqu want to oxeUaugu an old blooded champion of their cause, and i fallliijt health for several uiOiitU. heeu iiouiluated tor offlce. Hu baa book far a new one you now pay j that a man with liJ abHIty and bis suffering from dropsy and otkr her labor is basis for prosperity, prevalent In luiuls l raiment ..... , ..n miii. that with tho end of nerforiiied bv clasaca oallod 'ueasant. exhibited u lUt of bokeu pledge that twice, as much aa oii did under earnestnoxs of purpose and his In- - eompllcatliius. "4 KlVt ,'ls sickening, and ho has pinnatl upon Republican administration. ;tegrlty of oliuracter. and bW expsr- Ar(er funoral arvlees oeudtuKfrl v. r will eomc uraet dangera peon, or coolie. iM one state ofllol.'l l 'ioh louyinpluy erl- .l opiuirtiiultlas. How much does this wean to you? itnee in the cause of labor eaa ho br his nnstor. Kev. Oabbsrt. ai tit ..V as t Ijmt Without KeiiabUnw. denoe of misconduct iut His party If iK rtj,j,t t0 .mak you aay tills ad of great bsueflt to the laboring peo- - Bapttat rburek. bis retaaliis war la- esCbli..lr.neiits. abuudonsd Kentucky as Ihclr Governor, P of ,. ., ti;i(nis '.o b. v.' rushed tfi arm Johssoa burylUK llaar 8Ir I liara failed to get the associates uoiinewifvirn me nenuicap flitonol sum for bookst tarred in the I. .... .. . . ... .. .. k... .........4u .... ...1 tlA m..KlfA U.M.-- -. n ar.eaivBi omror . .U grounds near .. . ... " .". mc n rorosviiw. ir yti want io get eenooi doom 'nit an inn tiiieJ wiin wonivu nve iasi ooptea oi your iiaper inn i pursue hla ambition for tUm jCwe8t p,ic ,ot toe how be He U a man of absolutely phe deceased leaves vste ami 1..1 lren ,:, Com pby. ically un- - feel Ilk I am lost, without same. W.U you change It front Ludlow (a the face of ti urnwsumesi. I'.i.'o, will be Hcan !( .sjll' Novemosr 3nd. aad aag, clean aud uwight character. He is three sons surviving. u were yulir uydibor to du lite same. Kn lor lac laboring people aud tne-- labor- -, (J If tnmgs, iu; h neutral t;iur-'- ,' to Valtlaut, Oltla. a n-- . .. ' uma r , lihn i. hi o: uiaaaHie po- - Bju. For Hala 1 truly hope the Heftbllcans will lirought fortk W prc-i- i nts i!k '' w i'm BIW" iUm i5-.11 ll Ono good farm of i: tartt tr I la r i Mi.- t. i.rn mining sect to i'u our li'ircs Will win in K. ntueky tills time aud wish litleal fajth i l'i men :'r. Horrow 0 .,.,,.. 'MtM fn Lomu. 'nn'l tu sill Un KiMit j' Iron 'I trrtfot Hartford and nwHiunM rtwil. uaar J!f "I." .,u'"l III' " tw!" .1 U of eomiaaroial iuvasiou I eould he tur to u.1a 2art ' tve (n good real estate. For panic- - nf the Stat" where largo number o." Ueda. Will sell part or all. For v ill be parallxiiiE under a election but Riiess It will be luipcs- - to approv" or the uet'on.' Hut It h;n I . - sibh- 'i. hi ' .1.1. terms ie.' Tin lr licomi.etencii" I'i'Mi no: i.. ,i u.e i i.ipl.iv il i' fn-trade or a tariff fur1 f,lo-' .1 . ,c. fl. WOOD I... W i. ' ,i, I...I, r . V. r pulley ' , Ii r u rd, Ky I' T.i O V I'.uK J 'i'.'. a, I on J. h FAIRBANKS IN D I , S7.-..0- 00, old-tim- K ), 3--Q. -- ' ii-ill- ,.,.. -- ' r, s.,.,.,, nu,. , U-ii- 'o-so- . . . , I.egls-dayraft- er ,,.. . ,,,, ,,,. . i .l- - . .,, ... .,, ,, . 1 , aj , I , I ' lI. f..v... i i. I .... ..... ,.i, ... ' n nlil .., ,kes ...-.".. T .,..-,,- .... - i w ( mag-liltlcle- nt -- t , ,,,.,. .,,,, ' 1 ll!l . ......v. IX ......" fT, -- .... - .1' ' ' i ti, - - ; I ' u'-iii- In-in- i . ... i 4n t:Mv. e' .. .- .... Jlabutb.,- -.. - 11 i ioa. .. V. H ..rl. lit -- t H"-.r-- 't . ' i' , . ' i G,. ..IAN SillOlfcR KILLS MANY HEN . ance pst If the a,etlon About 1 ot tasnV f tbe record b- - an Indication We are sskiag fairly that futare? 4 rosn show far faith l.f W work Mr ttlTwhy man cb be Is M The should select tb heui .a Ui pod and not after thrash irst Class For Great Ins io?" Vater. j Thy .feoald simply rick the Foes I r.intlprttirn Ojrrtl OTcrntclit. that ar fre from al spot, save. and ibrHIi The A mall lo of r.vD-tvi- t vlla. On. I J The Gernna eay howl, la? of e.l Is prlaarllr re- n eajor a ll. atSS rsaots tl.it Cerp George Frlck. No prlp-mpon.tbl' for the troubles experienc--- l th raorn'.ne ba rrcoired mormtHi' la 2 XU. conditions ? at'y tn U Folo(tirlli8 for o' th nrjt dM for ' Mar Aioi) withoat the grit th foa c? V- - "r dvelpm r. 'ft corporal eptlaaal bravery The . ttnt clean fsd on clean of roDMl , ot eorrectj. thr hetoan to a. company which ha. ben patma by aroosluc ft Urer. lticrea-- 1 crop een in a teaton like t i pre-.n- f la a. trench in th Araoane Foret ttie-lloBile U Nature's eat. ih.'h ha be oxcewnnalb of H clcht U month Almost errywas at- - p.'jup.c is the Itowel With prop--; fiTirM t the devolopmer.t '. d the position of thu company to the cro-Kt- l bile, and Tbe. i r ixoant ofUo dietetics in bowel ' eat the ! safarorahle aetted with b&ad ?r.i4 crop. no fermentatloa, of perfert. ?a. there tack were nricriott. a Don't be Mk. nr- ronstipatton 7Wr are c . s.i--: ' oie trench of the enemy within cj Bo 0't. irrttaMe Oet a bottle of lo- - t,rTalot. anthracaosc and jadred jard ao-- s from yonr t tn. ud ,ignl Bo..!, itaek and or Frlek. wirhont an order fro I patio car yet"- Coast overifht. ltpod. peaetrate tbea. and : r h -- inlander, finally d1ded to ' t:". x- boaa. rttsainUif dormant r wber those niehtly bow- U Mr. in Mill. 4 coat. :. ter wuder tb r'i.'- - eatae from. Creeping Mr A. O. Stanley contianea to aa can not be reached )j- - di!r .s . vefal wire Fntanglemeat Wb.cn ' er tba' ho tand upon the cotnty j: are r'"-ea-- -s then rarest Preach a: i "le yocrc a hundred feet from tstlt t)iU." aa4 that be only rott-- 1 nut -oanry unit t and eaosicc '.a -- ' of trees he found s?fn-.t patting a platform of plaak ?;em a ! t of r.and bs if and 111 -.hu :T' ir.1 and an in the D?tuorratic nvy spread ! ' )r.-- that this he wa ins'nictHj to ot I coo! t: 1 ' Ea-'-- .al cotintjr t.'.e :o! -Mibt .n - r'rance of a I! . T-r-- r. y v,t"i .ni other i .t Mr F unl?? ,h Ji pcti wtll knoa Nut .r et-- - ; tl.cr. an:hra- e- - - cp-- . .. h '."y ro''e!. h1 'sIt did he ret airai: .. ti!I. 1. n of ;:'i eo ani crop r: iatioo .. -e !:- - ( i hcfc jr poH;.?iaas rrrnt;'' r tja-t'; t h- next "ear ?''ip ta.' ... : r a pw !e cic. .i""n-icl- t u his "V"i e1 il I .arm. J' ani" have heer ,,- by dtfc-.- ae t' ' .5 '.-. v i zr r to ! Mr. nfi rely on c .: ' ; rsreJ r j. 'Uo rjii'; 'i'-- ? tr-- a If Sa J.rfj' s -- : -- " ".. !if'r,.! raite - - ct he . : ir..t .1 i'.j "t tL'; :: 1. Kc r:ec;cf fr ; pcdf Liii. ine ali - ni . r . r ' . c . : . a- - ci . j if ;t "r ' 5 rr o .rr evld . .; cost- r.' w tU ".o .t.--?;.-- c s- . jaici t te used. Ci ':" " firiil Iron Cross of the which 6tan.U tMy for tiie of the reatt oretriiMilo In th fit nnf d tern-jynrsn- ar aire.! by the department to oe give their personal attention to the n lofe .Mert Send IWau. rowerj who would aroid a rpetltioa oxt year of lh beary nia from dlee saffered this sea-M- a f Sate (ramedlAO selection of od tnirttu ewllc-tio- a stock of free-- front disease Infec-uo- a. evil jo ell IU phai of sntKhteovica'i and dih-jUT- bt fr, lnfei er e. o-- ts cne snbejnt .:t-ja- Coi: -- hju Do-La- '.;;:: p' m. ,-- & - ir Two r avorite 4r Shotguns and the Sneed Shells" Lined on pMf talr T I .;.;.-.iche- -1 i V -. irom - a -- iw -- ca - ;t!l . -- t!-- '.."-.- ! a-- ;r -- "'' ''ft' -- tlifs" nro fh r.nn nml .Aiitnloadiiii; , Gun . . .. ...-uu .'.W Pumn the field and over the for imp in 1. shotguns of frfay. Adopted everj-wht-rwho are setting the pace in tue traps shot by more of the men NTTT sport than any other mr.Ke of puns m the w urlu. In the matter of S!:il!5 where is the spurt Miirm who dcs "Speed SlieiU," Sr7 LimJ not know tLe Remintun-rMall the drive of the powder kept hack oi the shot, and showing of any results that JIU1IUIU1-w . . e. C fi-t- nn:ip 'till ij,:.irr ter a-.n- shooters know where the right (hpc conies V irfntt. w- .Ill Iil...i:il. itiiiiijiii anu iiiat il icuns..; ...i V.. U. "Dnrv" linntin'' is nlt'Iltitul. All(I 1 Tfc. V'.yVi'&va .i, jh."'"" J T gs-n- ? i-- ,- ie1 - t: -. Dealer. lie the Siua displays the IUd Bj'! Mcrk . lh t".;?'. of the towu. that his store is Sportsmen's Ileuut garters For the right dozcr-- y the Ilcmington-UM- r n-J- .';- .;- -- other Scld by yoiT Mataffie 1 -.- ho ma dealer and 3095 leading merchants In Kentucky Cartas C.. uthnrtk Satliiaf '233 l.-r- y ;. . -- it s ty ItMtftM Aimllthm irinj . New Terk Cily 1 ... .j r. . h-- s -- ' '" r.z-- - i!i- - , h a 8 : y I -- thrw it j!i tan . rj.:."..t -( Fr"nch- - aaicsz eneh detatUiment was litter-- ; - into the air and no' one a!fT. The tc:.rr! f a? completely destroyed Tte .r -- ;. a returned to hi con.pauy . reported tbi success of bis exploit to fcis captaia. The Lon cross of th second class the younr soldier bad won du.-ithe early taie of 'he war. when he stormed a farmhouse which was held by a stron? French detachment with a. patrol of nine men. -nr A I)K'tirV rrecnptlnn for Poush An Kffecthe Cousli Treatment. One-fourt- to one teaepoonful of Dr. Kice'j New Discovery, takea as needed, v M uoth- and titk lou1 Colds and 'he xor-- - danseroti Ii7' and Lunr Ailments. Vou cu-afford to taka tfc ri-- k of serious ' aes. when so ctieap at-- ?lmpl i remedy as rr. King's New Dbco-rh obtainable. Go to your Druz-..- -' 4. ? a bottle of Dr. Kinsr's h 1 -d :o-4- tart the .treatment Vou will be ?ratiSed Bd cure obtained. Wbut" for f 1 Jir Stanley, candidate for r of this Sia'-- - s cttion ftr x,je-'sc- jsrmln: us ! c utty unit law .:. i tor they are l:r..'i tc art the : ! .lttt tit - if to Var. lect h rapoit'.. did i underM!i the cot Mr. one time imiv lt law wa before the Democratic icak B rent ion for c.:isidt.-at!oa speech asainst euch a law and carare ried his county with him. &o informed, to ote astainet it? Wbu we tryia? to vote whUkey out through of several couullt last lb" county unit w. did Mr Stanley raise bis voice to help ua. or wa hi lnflaenee on the uUUkey ldr h talk, i.lrten to Mr Stanley bout Dr N A I'almer and the peou I.aaue! ple beeX of the Tbty a.--. uorfelHS to rid the couutry a of tbe worst evil known to the n. lia Sun'y '. yr Anti-Suloo- hu-ma- ract. to come to .Kentucky, lit- lalwer wa by th uked people of thU Sut. to take chare work l.agf. of the Anti.SaUKiii Stanley belittle tills preacher, whose He U character U uuqueatloaable. of this Common-wealtaa Invited clt.ttr. Why should not Mr. Stab-le- y lead a little of his time and to tbe temperance cavse if he b &uch a great temperance man' Vbsn and where did he make a red hot teaiperaMce seechT Let him show bis colors. Which side i he ree known really oa. anay? U by its frail? Then what U the tern- aeraaae of thU eaadldau tor Cover-,-KWhoae cuaae will be helped meet by Uia eleotlon. the people who aai a iry XUt r the people ho an a wet 5ute What l - the pa' : 'Ik- ttrapcr Mr S'ai.i record ? bet h. , ( '' . i rmiiil. it would be well to plant of th increase a made upt of tho hwii stron ti ii'ir fnr. . ir" m tnabl" iih to hniil t'i by hand two Ixai, every 12 or IS (oliowinf: T .e tru'j f ineWt:" ca:. tanre !iili we lia KSiti"'.!. or ill j Inches rv&st u ta in ordinary rows in a separ- ja-irv-- v A i T'il, . :.jt rndida:e a src-V'- i ' craphMed rsurli tf it a- - will .ate plot. S..v.. ;. . . !" :: ra..".T-- ;. ' cri 1SI1 ;r'c. that there art Ctitis in afl pa" ) r There should be organized effort ' ti :4.7;'i nU In r"p"ct tn lix-Mr. bean Stjttn where cleaa pi' - r on the part of county agents, bean r" v Mrr-ir- y down i Tire :.ur-;.a- r i . lin Jowr"al. 311 was a of the liquor forces in erea plants with all the pods 'dealers, and community leaders to;35.3. ' 1511; he is their choice now. a dis- - may be found, though soma Be. arihaTe n available clean seed sawed 1 Frolic o:c-- - 'r .J . w- - L. - t -. f .k I . ...M... ,..v . .,v i ,; J.aper for puil:0 pr ntitiK w,tB ne. ,for IO(a, MW tnJ nof sron am m Kwutity it ne is expects to continue oean p. ThU mnat be doao bf rree. $17,793: Tuade the I'ttnocraUc nominee for and this valuable crop sdouid rot ne fon tne fhmnt tre thrashed. Public printing and bindirg p.i;r. any office he will injure the Demo- - abandoned becaase of tats yar' dls- pick cratic ticket and strengthen Uw pro- - coaxadng experieece shoal Record booka to counties ir.cn a .VeitnilKia Tain- - topiie1. ! enough clean pods to plant hi next bibition movement. I. p. You don't neea to suffer those The first day of Democrat in Ken id ir at leat a Iargf Kv pnt iFcnizinz nerve pain in the face, rrinting school aepartrifit hsm. tucky ij o n.akf :mpos;Itle tte :.oa. '? shewed head. arm. shoulders, chest and back. cr. ;e. 34.533.S. .y .'. stored. If th? quau'i- ina'.'T. ; Mr 5taal-- y. Hamlett's expenses. $S.".J " t r Jui--t apply a drop? of ootbinr a hundred other us. Sloaa's Liniment; lie quietly a few penditares. minxte. Yon 1H cet such relief He actually cites l.'.IT.ii Life and the world and comfort! which he paid in incrt-- ! mt. r will look brighter. Get a bottle today 3 ouncea for I5c . al all Dnic-?lst- on the debt he hat- - piled up a at. Penetrate without rabbin?. I item to his credit. t He Includes J"5.:70.90 In -t paid out under a law which !. ..'. lr're.irj Attempts H lio 111'. mits was unconstitutional and cl.nr Not So Il.ul. as a virtue this Illegal ependiturt f Governor McCreary la his printed our money. He points wtth prii- to jreeh u.es the figures in the the expenditure of J1.0C3 2i h.r ti.i band-boo- k as to tbe receipts Panama Exposition Commission lui, and balances under his at'm'nlstr- - Kentucky was not represents! t'ir-alion and that of Governor Wilson. all. He claims credit for tin- He promptly took credit for the peudlture of $7,703.01 for a t,. J 560.000 of indebtedness left by commission whose report ua- - rvt-'- . & 't ' Governor W'HJson. but forgot to Rive I'd by his legislature. He cl.it Will-o- n credit for J1.33&.000 owing for J&0.000 spent In p'lt. ar ihn Governor Willson's l elections when everl)od kiius took charge. This item was ' of these artnar up from the vouchers during by the counties. Heelections credit pa. 1 claims for the campaign of IS 1 1 and a in $ IS. 590 for increased salaries to Is it possib'e there is a wrran in this c urt u''o conour campaign hand-boo- k that year members of the legislature when In ' and tinue- to yihw--r without i' it. L;c:a L PinkharA its correctness has never beeu ' crease ExacT. JV mLS in salarle- - is what the people disputed. '""' "odics that just all tl c e:dence that i conCon.pour.d a rial complain of. But why consume tune f He charged Republican with four our mouth tinually being publi.Micd, which pr ves beyond contradic' salaries six months of which was in exposing the faUe pretense by !ii,i-uut;y, tender tion that this grand old medicine ha relieved mure surTcr-in- g which he and his associates try to under Governor Beckham and then ) conceal from cAs, biscuits and he taxpayers the graft among women than any other one medicine in the world ? barged himself with only three doujinuts that and gross extravagance of his team We have published in the newspapers of the L'nitv--c States vears. In aa evident effort to mislead keep you liinm? of wild horses. the public. 'roar.d th.' pantr- y- all more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been pubHe takes credit far Sf'0.000 aplished in the interest of any other medicine for women r.ui vi.h Culumc: When Itatij Ma- - 'Hit- - lmii. t' o sufjjt, purct, mott propriated for four State primaries and ever- year we publish many new testimonials, all genc inoical lLLinjr l'on- -' When mother Is awakened frn when there was never any such ' ".y it .ivcaway uine and true. Here are three 'never before published: made. I'nder sections. sound slepp to tind her child who has i fiilurc.,, gone to beil apparently in tin hot th- - Primary Act '19 and 30 of From Mrs. S. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I. Hijhcit Awmnl. I xpene are to be paid In the same of health struggling lor lireatli. she IJ7T r.'!vd 'i I I'rtovu.L.s. j., K. n Fur tlie of iYi-who a I haw j is naturally alarmed. Yet If she can i manner as the expenses and supplier jliiiie I ui.--b t. it.tte v.Ji.it Lj.lu K. I'ijikli.tmV Veeeul.Ls (.'oniii:ul (or general flection which are pay- - keep her presence of mind and givt lhixluije foniie. I diil N.nifc heuvj- - lifting and the dottor -- aid it Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ewry able by the count ie. itiilhkI a (llila(-nifii- t. I alvay.- - U-eweak and I overworked ,t- He print a long list of payments j 'e' minutes until vomiting Is prodiic- alter my Ixii-and inriainautinu in, then lirn jhhs. wiii. h I dKl ih trutuni. made under sundry appropriations to Hl- - nulck relief will follow an the until I had takvn I.vdia E. Pink- ' t',l,,e t'miwul. Tiie (.V!iiuuimI - my t fricral and i show that they spent the money. I child will drop to sleep to awakm in i"' I lie.tr of- - a when woman with twnMe- - like taine I m to induce her lUe morning as well a to take your ladicurtr." ilra. i. T. HicuiiuND. ;4 i'rosivis Avenue. JThls was useless became we admit remedy has been In useevir This i without argument that they spent It. fur many Providcate, 11.1. Oht.'ln-ipai- d He tells us that the money wax 'ar w'tu uniform Micve From Mrs. Maria Irwin. Peru, N.Y. under appropriations made by ' abl4, everywhere -Vtv.x-- . X.Y. the Legislature. The Legislature I.ydia II. PinMiama VetrctaUe Ikl d I I wx wry irretiLtr ai.d had lnttch jttin. wa Democratic and his excuse is that Ir Aliinte Prutertiou N I had loot three eiiUdtvii. and felt worn out .ill tiw time. This splendid melk-ina Democratic administration spent ' When the world Is again doing lieli-- d n? a- - nothing l lud dne. and I am thankful even day i nearly five million dollars more than business on a peace basis quite pes- -' I took it." 31w. iUv.i Iitwx.v, It.FJJ. 1, that X.Y. a Republican administration spent slbly we shall not be able to hold (or a like period because a Demo-- , leadership in the export trade It From Mrs. D. Duncan, W. Quincy, Mass. cratic Legislature made the appro Is certain that we cannot If this coun 'The do. tor raid that I had organic trouble try's industries remain exposed to f 'ations. and he d:t.irvd me a long t.me ind I did not get any relief. 1 ''"here were Democratie Legisla the unfair competition of foreign Cj. unMiaras haw ad- - --iegetatde t'ompnund . ertL--- i n-- i l tn--l it aaJ !.md manufacturers who have the advanI had VirzmL?MrJ ft f . curing Governor W'iiisi"tt s tijibhed the fir.,t little. I continued taking it ad and bofor-- . ?nd the tage of cheap labor, which compethrru0'h iiml lie life and am now a strong, healthy .'( (d him to Dty out met ! thai. IS tition has beeu made possible by the woman and earn my own liing" JIt. Ja.ve 1). i . o.t'CO in speeltel and tcrfied ap low Tariff law enacted by the DemoForest Avenue, e3t Quin- y, Mass. prnprlatlons. cratic Congress and signed by presCO. Is HU list important because ident Wilson. fBfcWrite to LTT)IAE.I'IKHAH MEDICINE vice, Chtap und big canUaVing Powders do not AafT (C0.FIIETIAI,I I.V.S.V.M ASS.. fonul :o( the things he left ouut. If adequate protection Is restored savcyou money. Calunutdofs-lt'sPu- re Jptter will Imj oiwned. rrad and aiwered x'our Why didn't he tell you that part thin the present Impetus that has and far sup? Har to sour milk and eoja. by a wotuuu uud held iu strict contideucv. caS'-'iat- es hin-w- : , - cricr '' th n-- t.i H rrrd a cct . s'-- . !!! J.r; r t'.ns fr;u aiaptfl d to trie tid xsasssEnc to bi n j , loc-- i: Lrouv-i- t frna '. -- liii ladr j:uly - i uk. 1 ........ ... t w:g ,,, .1 s. i - iti . $i::.u.i. car-fu;'- ft-v- A-i- d ! w-.icl- Jo"o I . - M Sv y&m "Goodies!" M -- t tied otti-ce- - ,' ge-table altr ' ' - -- jit - I." thi Nr ; iuf n J i '?' iti -et m-tvo-u 1 i- vltk Cora-p'Un- Ite-tnie- d. e Jane fr -- d e Ul-nca.- v, WE;4r w) n ! u ...-- ON A TURKISH WARSHIP IN THE DARDANELLES tinder tiornml conditions the boll vrccvll ulfftnces Into new territory nt the rate of about M miles each year, but during a period of only two weeks during the present peaMin thero wn nn advance of about 100 , 'Hcil Vi.uoH ItBpldly. . This inovenient carried tho for the first time, that Mato bicnnin InfcHted. Several counties in Klorl-'d- a have hi en Inrested for (several years, but eight additional oik became inflated by the same movement Twenty additional counties in Ala- I lima were invaded. All of this spread took place between the lr.'h (.rid 31st miles. iiiKe.ct Into (leoritln find 2fi counties In Of AtlgUKt. Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest Your money Is n good If yoti hnd n machine Hint yon could operate t n wood pro-day In mid dny out, would you not count as a Iok tho time It stood Idle? our certificates every month of the year. money-makin- g mnclutne. Invested In of deposit or on saving account, It earns every day of tlio week, every week of the month and ". J Ht t 4. i Then' were (several conditions, to tlihe entomologists of tho Hcmember, wo give you abrolutc security and host rate of InNrest. iiy you tho dcimrtment, which contributed to (sue o.r this unuital diversion, tij.r-.i- i wnd the drought in Alabama , mid Mississippi, which caused tin L, Cor. 4th and Krcilcrlrii, plants to ci'iiHe irultlng and deprived KNOWN KVKHYWIIKURiis the HACK nnil HIXIAItLrCliAMv tho weevils of the squares upon prefer which tin-to feed. The moro Important condition, however, wu- a series of very high winds which hepun mi Aiujust It. and lUw lor several days toward the northeast, Tho weovilH were tliun KB carried tnueh further than they would B? , .. .. . . nave gone iy natural night or even I by the nld of ordinary winds. S3 Tile department has placed all aviiilahlp :orceg at work to assist tue farmers in the territory that lias just become inifey'ed. Most of the cotton VVill lielj) piirents duvelop tlioir soils into art of the crew of the Turklu warship lluinldlih aud. at the kit, (.'upturn KoiUltz, the Ueniian coiumauder is now open and this will allow nn m Unusually early picking ro that the eh Vl'SHl'l. the liest tyjio oi citizens and (Jlirisliii-fall broods of the weevil, can iVe de- m stroyed by uprooting and burying m gcMitlemen. Its patioiiiigu is widely scatTROOPS IN EGYPTIAN HOTEL GARDEN the plants; or burning them where m tered and comes from tlie best 'homy." in Hecofrary. Tho department slrong-- I m ly urges the burying of tho plnnth m thy Sontli.' liv enjcicity is limited, there(yas3X3aas3naswggBra whereover this can 1m promptly done, i ff the humus tlierby placed In the soil fore, resei vatioiis should be made earlv. ;&&? is of very great importance. The 1'laco your son in tliis select s;t oup of state are, cooperating with agents of tho dopatumnt, and n m the boys. Write very acthe effort, will lie rnado to re- M duce tho number of wtpvils to tho ex-- 1 tent that will" allow an approximately lormul erop to bo produced next sea m son. For cat:iloj:iie and infonnaliofi. Box A. Another feature of tho problem which is attracting condor- - hgSiSESSS3S3SI3SBSSBiaSS3BiSE!SSBI3G3SB ' 3,; aide attention is tlie damtige that Is ' ;x ' i na japV" lieing dtuie in Texas this season. ;:v There is a more or legs general Im' if. pression in the Eastern part of the . cotton bell that tho boll weevil has ai W5i? ia died out in the State of Texas, but 'WVT r fl" V4I V the investigations of the department Biaiv-Wi''fflQS&sT&x:, Ji?i ftS lit ) bhow that the abundance of the in-,, sect in that section depends on cliv )rTr t matic condition.' During the presa ent season these conditions have been . SLirv r:.x?rJ5.US2Sr3CESS extremely favorable, with tho result VtOSZi. -- .. ALa&K3SSE!BllsaSEKKSS " 'iiwuaar as abun- lias the (uardH' teats la the Kanlen of the IlcliupollH Pal.tcv hotel in K'nypt. Oxer the main entranco of thu hotel Ily that uo Insect 4ltno been If invnilml fl'tltt - nt n v cinr """ the V'ulon Jack and the Red Vrusa IIuk, iih the bullduiK i used ax the Australian general hospital. ' the State. The lesson to be drawn ) from this fact is 'that tho planters HEADS ITALIAN RED CROSS TERRIBLE EFFECTS OF POISON GAS In tho eastern part of the cotton belt j must make a strenuous fight ami Should realize that Fiuce the boll ) j weevil has not died out either in Texas or Mexico, it is not likely to do so in any otcer region trtul aj become invaded. They should ait Just their system of fnrmiBg ( fcoll- weevil conditions without Central Trust Company ., ' m VaiiderDili raiomg bcnool lor Boys ELKTON, KY. n w m Li m ' a tin , J 8gc-i.cit.i- ill w''ASiWJ i'f 3 MATHEIMEY & BTTS w m m m m ra m m m '?.' W$$& 111 m W. ,r wSm ' lioll-weev- ll kl . Wl $J8 i??.-,5- !;fA'WryK:"L'iyc3i; lliM .'' mj3sSe '' i: ! mm m ' silk Typewriter dot. jraJLH.-vivciT'- r 'vsTJsaKK-'A?i;.- a . i mfflM2i'-s-.re-f-s& j j i Ifi Rl4Pv ;,i-r-- vriTirtmimmMs:!?,! n. fxpm. J CASTORIA Notice HfiH'k Idivr KIci'tton. Commomvcalth f Kentucky, Ohio County Court regular term September th. 1015. . C. Hon. J no. It. Wilvaa, J. Presiding. K. L Crnbb, 4 . Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Gives Business Standing 4. v smal town merchant, the rural kupincss man or the farmemrho uses a typewriter has the advantage over the man wfec docs not. The typewriter not only saves time in writing letters and making out bills, but it adds prestige and reputation to the user. cThe L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter is especially adapted to use in rural districts because it will stand more wear and does not rcnuire an expert operator. Hy follow ing the instructions wc will give yon, you will Itave no trouble learning. JIuil 1'lrase mihI mc yoi 1 Judgment Orders .vKjS&J Wi.-?, HS8tVmS$srgW- - II till i Stock Uivr Hlecticft AMP "rtv" elnct No. 33. In pursuance vrit'h tho Judgement mid orders eatcred o record, ta tho hervby tibove styled action, notice given that a poll will be opened ii Arnold voting precinct on Tuesday, Nov. 2nd, 1915, to take tho sense of the legally (nullified voters on the question: "Whether or not they are In favor of making it unlawful to permit cattle or any specio thereof to run at large on tho Public Highways or unlncloscd lands within said Arnold Preclrict, as prayed for lu tho petition heroin filed. (liven under my hand as Clerk of Ohio County Court, this Cth day of September, A. D. 1015. W. ('. HLANKKNSH1P, 1214 Cleric Ohio County Court. in A. Ini Coupon today , free book C) I do not use a typcwritir at present. I am mine a typewriter and vtotili! like to ;er tu txiuuugc it tor a new one. I (b about your 1W-J ?.'Kjr!:sTrf.-vx.Vir llrst plcturo in tills country showing tho terrible effects of tho poison gas on the allies. In the foreground is u Frenchman who has been felled ns he came out of his trench shelter. In the background another victim inn bo seen. Tho Statr- - To the L. C. Smith 41-- & llros. Typewriter Co. Ifciln'Titreet ClXCimATI, OHIO. FIRST THROUGH CAPE COD CANAL 1. ,. ' i&:.. .. .1 We Knock the New photograph of tho Duchost d'Aosti, who Is In cluirgo of the Itnllai Ited Cross nurses. Hor husband is u commanding officer In tho army. Spots Out of Things Ladies' and Men's Garments i French Dry Cleaned and Pressed in a Nerves and Musk. Superior Manner. "'Nerve' victims are always fond of Send us your Garments and Have musk," says Doctor Piatt "Some Them times It la disguised by a combination of odors and another nnnio, but It's musk just tho same. It's tho most CLEANED CLEAN powerful of any of the scents used for Packages called for and delivered. controlling nervous diseases.. Attar of s " ""'V ""' X, KKf j. " N&Xv&5?'s.--"roses U also used successfully. Am borgrls, upon which most perfumes arc THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB S. Whitney, flret ocean llnor to traverso tho uow Capo Cod founded, la coming to bo an esseutln1 TUo Jarnea A. Ivi Nail, Prop. ul every Urus laboratory.' canal, through which It passed In one hour. I1ARTPORD, KENTUCKY. - Lestypewriters. sons explained by Moving Picture machine. Soven blK Department Shorthand, Telegraphy, Stcnotypy, rt Music, Primary Normal. teachers. Modern equipment. Position assured. Write for cutalogue. Fifty-fiv- e Hook-keeping, Kx-pe- I 1 AM i t s . 1 When In Louisville STor AT t- ECRERT'S 5th Avenue Hotel FRANK bXKERT, Prop. II. II. ECKE11T, Mgr. j ksSrtS'' X T .X .4myiiSIJ7ritj. Daviess Co. Bus. College KY, Incorporated OWKNKUORO, t ii c up, Eifropean.Pton v ov " VW generally n Breed that mer'imrty ticket straight." Judge Olcnn must havo known In ...,. . ,. ., .1,. Po.ti.tnw1 I. I.. ..!.. ..!.. IMMl-iill Cllllll Clllllll, m" "III ,,"r,nR " .... .. i.i.t. If the local Rcnuhllcnu nollt Irf.ms ...,,-i- . i.. .11.1.1.. in niiiuM I.l.S judicial uiauiui primary campaign, ctM. .(I "possum hunting" has been prevn-- 1 (Including tho new nss. editor of tho caving Judge lllrkhcn.rs ta lent, that It linn been thoroughly "nrlford Republican, vvh.ylllates on ,,,,, Wnlch tho Jin' C. M. OARNETT, Editor & Proprietor Her-- j routed out, mid there Is.a reason. """ l'0,,r iKnorant Hartford " down $S".SO for six r nun. to ,IIK (olirt III niiln ' ........ ...,., turn. tliai reason ,siioiiiu cause........... n nf ltnl" nnil r.illa .. u "fool" . i,ii Addrcsa nil communications v,u.i.i nun even um nimum independent pnvs .. Republican. Male T Hartford Hint ,,, votP for ,h0 111t,n lor eo doing) were bo cock-sur- e 10 Ulipu)Ucal8 JU(lRC for work. l"riU(UnK raveling expenses about this groat re- - l'nrksdnlo Hamlett ought lo be In- vho ,,rBj,t Your old overcoat no doubt is showing signs from NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS cteil for obtaining money uudrt feiiderson mid return. forIlli the most effective blow ever .... ii..... .lIHnir tlw l.nlr ffllt til II II' '""ulv""tB "" j directed ngnlust anarchy nnd row- - "" of lonp-- and efficient service. You have al- hl iilw In Ik1ineth miiKt air II i iYTdiiMM I iriinr i mi it imiii hi ii .i ii IdylHlll ' .n..v the stuto. Owena'.iorol"1 them go lietore the recent grand a .. . ,. flV'H. .,. ...i you will oe jury, just adjourned, nnd imiiri u . I lrcuii i nnri .: .ivik. 'ifi I ..-- ,. ready made up your mind ijiwtutM i"i" ""' v.itimn in. ..m. "rmiiiuniniiiee fur ..... i f krr Hnnilott for so doing? Why didn't in .'itiBvi r " "" " . fcilms.. llr . , mnde IlieilUIII "iii iur sucrr n,r . line In all about ,,0 . .. Thore have been .. -- a. - tt.Miitllt ,tbey iwek up their argument wHiijg compelled to buy a new one. "lll0rm'1,!,'W 1IN"!'' " - men In Ohio coui.tr M ure they thoroiiRhly compMtMit nml dwervlftK t miui I Pour weeks r .... . . .. to., imt- ithr -nnanul " . I- I- rnould nnrtn mm" wr i..tecelvP .he vote of cvM-... ... lb. 111. iifrald of? A majority of The grand '"7" :tt'i Uq'u'illenns." Not only Hint, but n ilepubllemi. b.ftye been tr ed 111 the Jurors AnnBfwow rommnnl mi.Ms will h party iiwm it to T'irce t.cDtlrn united Hepubllcan r '""- lw" -.v.. Col that he la upheld In hla hira . , "' one convicted. bve n.nl Wo -ir ri.iu for Itenubllcau i.rlticl- Is to direct your mind to this store. Our Over' ",f,B " ' LSI plea." Vote for Wallace Uile for haVe opened up a Aft. letn ,of Hue ' . i :.'.. . ., . . of the .,...- " " MI.....U coat stock is the, biggest in this I 11CIII1 quality coal on uie rayior ibihib. 'HU i (MAlf inn h re am t, ond mo " No leader or -t -nltaa oatit ... llnavnr. Ham. . OH Otnni-- 1 rl i.c .m nf ... . n - .ma it tcttii ftut tiraliltiMl ii lit Onr variety of styles is sufficient to well rond, nre now prepnSMl to till rmuAY, tu'ToiiKU -- f. VKBV roMKOlMINO. ,rlit, , hg fVt, m( oulers for block-- lump "and nut etml A supply a coat to suit your purpose and Teams from Hartford' will turn lett Q Wl .on hnd Jnl week that Pretldent re po)r ,W0 bcen tin- - a w will please you in style and service. ,, on n, at CrmnwVl'l road and look for written no letter, at that time, or .Ok w(houi ,1IttraWf j fl err bdftrd at Brown farm. In fact such a letter Smnler. when j nor wn(u and We also make a special effort to Haera quality of rusty conl from fl w i. prints! in tho dally popers which (1or(t )ms )iopjJ ., gnM. i 'i. opening will nell cheap. Hartford In the afternoon, u ((ff trnU ()f (h(,c t please boys of all sizes. A manly boy in a Wo respectfully ask your pntron- and about the time when we have to Bp bllB,." little manly overcoat is one of the prides M to pre. The Hartford Herald . rjlp Nnir.niion bkos. II uses COII- Rrent romrort wU,( luH pn wou(l ., of the household. .fl.ralile simce under the head of i .iiii nritaiini linn i 7t.'nniii m eji nifv ' Im . III lli ed n C t)nrKej "SI NAILED" to show that on that ach iepundenre." ' count nothing we pubHh Is reliable an effort hns been made to Inlluencei The IT rn.l i welcome to all the ti. in,.n lntlictrd and their fn e is Flierldmi Jolmaon. .he darkey who comfort It mav pet out of the error, for certain candidates, because i. recently broke Into Tappan'a Jewel- - g which vfii not an error when the have not been tried, or may noer.r store and the Hub Clothing ( o. Ji this article was wntttn, and it is also be tried On the other hand it ! store, was arrested and lodged In J Is always on a par with the quality nelrovie to all the comfort it can ntt.mi.tn. to Influence the vote o' Jail anil later escaped from the Ri:i'UUMCAX TICJiKT. at store. THE BEST VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY was arrested bnstlle. i ttrt from the much heralded ,ner!...i i.. ..,... .oot.nna uho eoiniv back to asks no one to vote for Mr. which ami brourht jU(Ice(1 nglnBt lhen. in Frankfort be is our fslogan. You can't make a mistake by laV()r r certain caiuliiiaieis. net.iue nammu For Governor Edwin P. Jlorrow. rill rtii tiii .1. k .14 Ilk flllllllTG. .!. Ml - i".. 3 iinriinim iiavni in cnuum a '"ore i n curious innlurre niimben haxe been inn. .mil buying here. Tor Lieutenant Ciotcinor uowib a ahout his capture. Johnson and eight sent to the penltentla.. L,. uaiKer. concliideHl to Herald was so elated over The sweetheart here and P. Hero efforts to drag these n-i- s ror Sene,.,ry of State-Ja- mos u hBi, ..XAILBIV. t!mt $5.00 to $22.50 Men's Overcoats i..tn n.illtlnR liave been richtly frown-- , write to her. He thought he would u forgot to oven mention Uj.Mn.ll- - ed upon tsall good cltlrcns. Yet practice a shrewd trick, so be ad si b' For Auditor of Public Accoun2.00 to 10.00 Boys' Overcoats cation ("1 of Hamlett. bv the news sent away from bore to iriiiKoi tho lotter to a friend of his bating to teachers certain daily papers has boon highly swoothuart. Now there is a young H slate 'neasnier-V- m. A. a certain statute Young Men's Overcoats, 7.50 to 22.50 diplomas colored and tho work of two candi-- l white girl going to school nere ofjj Huntp- ... ..... . ... jiuuciai msinui i.. .i.i the Mine name and she got the let . mi uu uate in mis For CleiK C'omt of Appeals Earl SlM.AIvI.NG Ob A.lllhl.. i"rr. She did not under- n magn,.lei, , n rl.l!ci.u . ter In her mall. Huntsman. C. Ic an tf Obi A prominent K e n it and showed it to a o.,ng 3 d 0wensboro D. McFor Attorney fiener.il T. conntv. while in Hartford last Sa Ho quickly took It to 3 ni ta t0 niakc nm friend. v Gregor, u .. v " a , 0110 ,ho tho county authorities Intnl for somo For Supci lntende.it of Tubllc A e .. . . .. ounnnrt one of t'" l"aung caiiiu- amo in Ti....... .... .1....1.1..... i.n.i nimn. ht ' no has. It ; "tlioroif'iiy routcu out struction R. P. Green. -g on the Hep ublican licet dates .,,,.1 "Sh ester Manners" bqt the wor!For Commissioner of Agriculture, replied no-- thnt r Poss,,, 1 bun ng he "would vote Labor and Statistics William C. no man who woui.l stand up on me papor or - '.nan wanted, and it also contained - accoun An, n Hanna. sunny side of a building and listen C. M. who wouli r torn aK r Commissioner For K. telephoned to ,nlP(Hat( ;v to bootleggers until be got warped dhidi.il, ,.. capua. one ol ! ., Barnett. , crooked." Name of either or both "tica. nilllinr!M amUolm- .... poor men. who nays ucc, -- v ..-W. Slack For Chcnlt JiwlRC- -R. rr,.lsl.e,l private- - these v. as nanucu. , ... who are doubtless not " "' r........ni.iii'4 Atimncv C. lv by appl cation at tne iienuu m- - mmiaiioil an.l...any who haie escaped. ' s guilty as C Smith. Herald. Appralk, which was gran:tl . .. .v..-ei.nfi.lfrannis tonther to injur a- ' .. "s ...ilt.l,. ... n .vm. a.. lllll" ll W' For State Senator Albert Loach. ' filler. Tho above is a fair sample of the I'nm'ili v rinmlp Allen, el dl . We.Mern Ueoorder. one of the m.T!' i The '' For Representative L. L. Embry. Herald's mode of attack in the T he can did at cor I'nuHli vs Walter .MnJf et a ,)(st Knoun ciurch periodicals, of conilnned to aid day ol Kbnwr ( it For Ciicutt Couit Cleilc Wallace dark. It asks all its readers to as-- , interest tins u. n.u Commonwealth announced editorial rwognl-- . .rm un(lor nxt Tuck- - the State, contains H. Riley. .u ' somble at Its offlce to got Inform..- - '"" ' "' s'lo ''' et defendant announced not ti of the can.lldacv of Judge .lames JPMe Kulkerson. m ." . . . ., . snid . "privately." Nothing whUesbiirg. Republican Hon nhil .iMIiLnlt and case was couth. lh Ciiniinoii. u,.rnikV of the Pebru-iral.out necessary expenses of. travel ean.lidatc lor Sicritnrj ot .State. The wcnh f, .ind unit.. 4tlidu htatemeiit herein MOST roMIM.KTi: AVsWT.KS. It looks like tho Courlcr-Journ..,., S 111) triUT, . .. ... .mw 1! m..se lw .lUmluaiu. .. "'.." III lltlC ItTlli saVs.. "Tllere I.,.. mm. . .... ....... . "" J . ... will li'.uti'.a ..Ill rnmninlur ...... and Times' prosperity wave will not tor presume lino iiu.'i.ini"i. o ........ . Ill vp Jerry Clark, et nl The Herald will pa .. u , ti.,-,i- .i ,i,r..Qt itself mtililer. ' or consecrated ho man In our fourth u..nw mi ! w " muii nil." last until alter the election. llilllli'iu """paper re- -- t'ommoiiwenlth lilt ,,,.v....i 1 We doubt if any Mich coiuei.iilon ,nlo the ,,loacllt wh,.n t,ls lie ih a Christjan ,.bcrt !Ul Uieir bondsmen Htatenie.it filed by Comnionwe.itlh Attorney and dlsinlhHl iih to ll.irvw eer occurred, except In the wierdl ,)lish(Ml ct,rUlln charges against and a Ilaptist of the New TeMlin.it, , ro,eallt.(I from further liabllit "When a set of polltici.il raie .lie ..,. nsked bin. to order He is a eandid.ile tor hcere-- , Coin'th vs Gilbert li.ijs- - set for- - riimitiHT euiu.r. 4l . ..i..,,,,-,- , tKiug mind of ti.e neraiiicowaidly iiiMin.a- -' cry that the other lVllov.s are l.epniiiL' with the Horn s Eiikoiio Com'th Herald, tary of btuto an.l would f.Voce ar(, , stl ,,ay 0ct 2,j, to buy the ilectlon, It is he- -i to tions about " whiskey In a inilriiail answer them, not th. u the fSiiittft AttMriiiu' ...... -- ... may be called. In ...... .,.....,.,. tiltl utfititiimnf - Itllll hut in this paper, 'iliese cliarges olllee to whili he watcli them. '"- (ljgmlsP(1 cut" and whihkey and "fights" at were not made by us. They were .bis connection I. ...ay not be amiss! I Ixed Jry Bullty ..n.l punl-i.meJohnsos. s. Rhoridan Judge I.ewl. is being Hosine and SIuoe," before the pri- seiious and demanded an answer to obsi-rvCom'th that is now able mary. The Couiifr-Jour.iHonour, it the dltor of the AVe l.aM' olfered no abuse toncern-iiii- - opposed tor the olllco of Secre.arv ol at a lino ol $100 and au .la In --Jail cliarg. .1 with idea nf .... ..i.. .... Com'th. s. Louis itarrett tne gullt entered and the jurv tle.l !ii w.w.- K to fen iu re one of the "IIiic.ulv Herald lias an iiu'orination which or Mr ...'.. ... I., .lirl ...... oliill ili.iir . .Indue Hlrkhead................. i " liinBwaiv Miui.iviw .M.l I .1..... " ' ......s. twins" on lirst page, and the (Utor.il lie W willing to part with, 'prhsitely,' l.. ..i.nt..,l Knnmlnrv nf graiiu J.u.i -- piiuisliment at not less than one nm : Uiniro. anil no taisenoou pnoiihiieu m mhb, h ," ' castigatlon has been temporarily a. bis office, his readers should make ,ha( lH. nl!iy I(repare' prosecution was dsnilsM,, more thn.i two years In tho pciiltm (t ucr,uu " "". 'i U" ,. ,......., get- - " . In tho matter of tile Coin Hi v. i a ti.ir at IMdytille vn n i " i.m ii,,,.. "" ti,.v hinen't been In tie alisenco Ol iinis.-i- i .iltir Fulkerson et al. -.- he defend good. Jmuch through the columns of ting commonweaiurs Aiioruey imhnk l ,m . there was no row tour years hence." I red I.am.run. Jesse ,, ,hoT mlBht t0 have ' endru . There is strange inconsistency pr cmrt M(. I as tro r uh atcltlUn ol Kentucky should Note tor nnta. rMm ,lc(,)llmn ,, , lurnWll 1 an among our Democratic friends. Some Jf unj uneIt 0, lhc,r llollar ,olnc. til.' inoillll anil juiisiu uiu wiihiu" .. iiuniiror . . in indictment are claiming Stanley's election trum way. ' Koi.un. , ,,,,.' -- i1rl,M rm,! the editor of uiioii the scliool inn... ed ami sene.l III ills place tu.it mj . . .. . . .,,.... , "' i -- was biistalnetl as lo tile nuuo ie- ,ii i .i :i0,O00 to .' 0.000, while others are I"" " paper ,m. "" Wllltllt.19 II..1...UL J..I.' ....... lor repeating them ar-- j f......1 ..... .... .1 .1...- 1. ...... ....I. i inwarning their ote.s against oer- nvorv vT,to cas't for Stanley means this xiiiiimiinu 1!" leimuiiis .uiu s5 (.0 NOW posed tt follows: ..... ,..going umi au, confldencc. $r.iJ.Oo"iwVfor a Villi Diploma released from further llalilllty. ont more mile of good roads." . . Henry MoseIey,H. Kulus Jnim ' " .1.. Com'th. m.. Bruno artfor(1 orald. U7,.0O HooKkceping or S'Jiorth.ind J K, "J ge e 1 ThI, ls illlp()rl!,nt if true. Kitreen If Judge I.irkhea.1 is allowed cos, rNL,j,iTBI.. If you for new l.i.,1 ouTru ed to which .he i gain t c ... . hI .at , vot(.s for Stanley In Ohio years In his present offlce he will Noi,ii1)ur 1)t (lofvlint nbjected and excepted ,1. T. Carter s Itorkport Coal, Co " hm upp. ... the Court niakc good every , draw more salary than tlie uiMio c catalog and S..0U -- nd Pr-y- ii same s H. I. Tucker. The two Wrlte t0(lay for ' ot Appeals which was granted. taxes paid, for County purposes. ..n uiU(. ot road. Think of it. nero """"" Address foregoing cases pending on motion ..rritW to show Good UoaUn :.mlnlf hlHm orBanU.,, Com'th. s. Israel Jones Com'th. for change of venue. the tax Payers of Ohio County lor we I'res. lor chaiglng having work dajs for iis witnesses failing lo appear against two ears C It. Wade, et nl., vs Ida Hell. llrja.it d Strattou Hus. College, Ihirksdale Hamlett with collecting t ho m'ode .',! thoery best men in Louisville, Ky. defendant, this case is filed awn) i:a.iK. ot al p j 4 t:f , pretenses iron. . umn, to devise tees, under ialso ' ,mu, ,,Mn with leae to reinstate. -- Mr. Hoar, is touring the State of C. It Wade, et nl . s. Ida lb H ,,,, WllB for good roads. It ' school teachers. To do so it publlsh- s. Trank Allen et al , Com'th. Ohio this week, on a special train. nil.nI1B I'iieuit Ciii.rt .Voles. i:tuih., et nl. will sustained as pro wrong statute. It was pronip- to lu- sneaklng for rclnalned lor the editor of the Halt- - ed the of charged with confederating Clrpiill .lililce J. W. HtllhOll, bated. week by this Commonwealth up- - Jure uuoihur-iatl- ai. tho and hence e.ml.l not accept an invl- - ,on, ,R.rn,d , hUo tho problem. tly called down last to publish tho Kv ,mvjB been Jas. Torrenco vs. .1. V. Taylor , , A'llen. The the speakers on ., lllori, BO(li, ro.,, are built in Ken- - l'.per and requested luclwl tr Frank to be oiio ol ! judgment for defendant. lis P . ... . "truth. To all this- it responds . tJ.ja) XUIS UH.Vy. laxpayers will build them, Kllu. lllm the Stanle, special. A . ass as. ...si ass "ok. session held C0llciuded at a night jm not Mr. Stanley, and tho state must MITICH 'IO wa . cxplil. Satu.day. Verdict of jury "not gull- Candidates who utlon.pt to "play ,,,., 1)(. B0c.n ut of debt. This dear icadei to its last w ibIIo utI U.o lartfo rl ' in ... ,,.. A .'The ass. editor ol ,. ,,n ........... .1 ... ilw. 1..... lltn tfi only be done by tlestroylng "the both ends against tho' middle Pa ,,i.., ... iu. hui iB imiimv.i ,, ... ,I1IclmpIll. lerm lis .it U.o tiptiini.r . ,llilwill. to g,,,,,, fU lllh ,nt Kr..ft built." This can Hepubllcan. recently added ,u absent on This was one of the baldest louglil io.biun hunier pioseciitlons. or any Bmck m,UIlt.ml wm up large spare In , Uy ,,,,,. A1. BjpontIlllJtll i ). done by destroying "Invis- - sta.l. takes other kind ot prosecutions, desert u l J'-J'l ' sheet in its hist Issue and procees ,a,ta-d,.n- ilwto be votcsl against by nery hoi.ent , n,1( Bmern.nunt" nt rrankfort. Tills fourl here for a long time There's., after this roro.l w, aro roinlrl ( s Alt on Mpmsh tho very life out of the xMmessea to uarnUheo or lew ...maid noil tax right minded eltlo... will not be done thru Mr. Stat.ley, to ,,.. A.r. Herald atone lell ami eu as ....vi.-.- . ..s. m mwl k, .i i f ,nv .!.,fi. -- . ...... . r .....l with gratters and rotators making Ilaitlord Con. th. vs. i. inner w.iiiiui ia. feariioine stroke- - to his own satisWoodward, repiesentlng the defend- - jou ut the following placos inili- Mr. 1.. I. Kiiihry, tho Itepubl.eu.i up Ills ticket, his party platform dlsmissod. You c.n always in bar and will nuiuriiay, uci. jui uiunier. nominee lor lleprosentatlv.i, tho pretiu.it State a.linlnU-tiallo- u faction, anyhov.. uiKiiiiiuiu n.i, cniitliiue.l for Hill, lll.i.io a ri,... I.,,, , -- Centcrtown. t opponent, .Mr. ililt tnlltifi' mi ntpiv hlinuik nf work recognl7o tho uss. editor's stulf by process: Tuosdnyi Nov. .... have no Democratic and pint of tho lobb nl vs. uwun "". Com'th. noise Thursday, Nov - Muta.uns. H ease. Alter which Common- Phillips having toiled to file Ills headiiuartors, in Louisville Its i:AU marks and tho loud ul bin Is Andrew ITyor (2 cases), Red Ton the ., UuimlMi'a ..- . AttfirtlOV. Itl'll' 1) UIllL'il. hlne. with tho County Clerk to Mr Morrow has promised in every It Is Intended to make. This .fii ' 'ILHt. .IMIIII I'TIIII AHU3. of associate (ass. for Friday, Nov. 5 Smallhous, inoni- get his name on the ballot. concluded the case with ono of tho speech lie has inailo, if elected, to characteristic editors and tho public lleriniin Morris. to short") use every means ut his comuiuiid vere dismissed: hest speeches no mis ever uiauo in mu nig. roraivo, niiernoon. Tlie following of course was I Ratiirilnv. N'nv. tl Cromwell. Me furnniit, whom president Wilson abolish the needless olilces and cur should bear with him patiently." Com'th. vs. It. T. Taylor, J. ii Tay- - court hero, and that i. ... .... .trtil?tul nt. ln,kl.lint nf MeX. . "going somo.' i nere was a uig Henry. tail oxtravagunt salaries fastened up- "Tho Republican campaign In this u.o venuci oi Monday, Nov. S Arnold. ,no tuxpayors by Uemocrutlc Leg-h- e Ico, Is no better than Iluer.ii, whom nows-papCom'th. vs. Lent Taylor plea of demonstration vvneii no bet- - hi.,iUres. Wo might with much bet- county, as voiced by Its party Tuesday, Nov. 9 Select. refused to recognUe, and facts to tho "Not guilty" was read out, by organ here, has degenerated guilty entered, law and Wednesday, Nov, 11 Nnrrows. ter than Villa, who Is Hie best friend j (or praco bay that overy vole for friends of tho defendant. Into a tlrudo of abuses and Incrimi- court and fined $20. layout. Saturday, Nov. 13 Kardsvlllc. to this country of the wholo lt The grand Jury befoio adjourning Morrow means two moro nillus of Wesley ParUh Coin'th. vs. nation of Demociatlc candidates, as "r week returned Indictments Simmons. good loads. filed by C. C. Parish and dis- last slanderous as It Is uncalled for. The Reinombcr six per cent pcnnlty, If Judge (Jlenn told the trulh wlum classified as follows; One for thj Republican leaders caro nothing for missed. VOTK nm WHOM? unhivvfully and lelonlously Interest and cost will bo added De- showed, by actual figures, that he Com'th. vs. Bruno Prey motion tr'ine of Tim fnllawliiL-- frnlll the Oweusboro the high personal character of tho ... abandoning sixty five per cent of appeals from hit children, nut Tor cember 1st, l'leaso don't wait till new trial overruled, to which tho four for Violating last day. Judge nirkhead's Court were rovers-- . Messenger thows how Ignorant peo-e- d men they attack. It matters little for objected und excepted and are defendant S. O. KEOWN, Skerlff Ohio Co. by the Court of Appeals, he lias pie only a short dlstanco from home to them whether their shares o; lo.al option luw, two charged wiih loyal Demo- - prayed un appeal to tho Court been the mast costly Judge, for both are concerning real conditions and true or not. Let the " ; '- " Hartford bSW ..r . Republican. 'taxpayers nn.l , evcrhn(li HtlBnnti.. the district jn.t what jcoumy: It hn mcncA In XHihlJcrnts of Ohio county reliukc tnctlcs by voting i unworthy these their n ""' .e OVERCOATS! J that ,, jt0r "-- '' , ; ........ ,rl,''l"H .l.. ., ,",. n '',., i"'i'i " ....... "" mt ' 6-- M-r- Our Object ,- I V I ' -- part state. i that 1 ti. fit . ke ' (X) ,., .. neat Now the Price at 1 ., i ; .." l.-'- EdZ j i.. I 1 ," ra - - ( " ,, Mes-.tan- sa. J ' , L:o Tiles a wa I. Beaver Dam, Ky. ., m,... ""... , ' T"!. tt ,...,. aBMpjHaagBa.a,,,.,, a,uu r.d ,.,.,,, , ,, rr '""" ii"' 1,i.,a n"n Sw, ib ",.. i,,.. .iL 1 'lr" 1 .it al h"' ,u. ... ..,,, )iuiiM-hre.ikiii- g, i.... ii..i., "J.r 1 iit-.- ler, - ,,. . - v - S-,- .,,, -- I J'" ,,,'",. Frey--moti- on I "J 'AhimtttiK ,rng '". b ....,.,. U .. ,,., ,, 1 'jJlilB, ., ,v ia ..i..i -- . ..... .- -- cfr-tillca- tu ... u.iu1i .,.-' ... nvii-iuii- ii -- - ...f ur uill-dav- i house-breakin- g, x r II uiii'..fr,CTi t. .-- .. ,mf. . ,. , . v nill'iftu know Hint tho f refill, bright 'Inviting appearance nf a right now THE NATIONAL grocery can lo made permanent? I Watch Pud ThomnH do It. The RIFLE COMPETITION f Green ! Mr. M. "L.Hcavrln mill .Mrs. Wtiv J Tin loft yesterday for Oklahoma, ' By LlCUt. C. B. Shown Who Wctlt 3 1 where Mr. Hcavrln is defending u With the Kentucky Team j former Ohio county hoy, who In tensed of murder, SHAPE ,, As Coach. .1. II. j Messrs. "aTcTTo'w'U""');, 111111 ra lappa ii. I.. rnyior went to Lexington, Ky., Monday us represenThe great national shooting tourtatives ol Rough River Lodge Ni 110 nament being held at Jacksonville, at Kentucky Grand Lodge. Kin., was brought to a successful .Mr. nnd Mrs. R T. Hnrni'tt spent i oIohu on last Frldtiy. The shoot wan several days at IThiimiii, Hopkins Co. until by ninny to have hen the grent-Ih- o j first of tho week where they at-- 1 oat aver held In this country. There tendril a birthday dinner glvon In wero 44 rifle trains entered . repre- - 2 3 s sentlng the States of the Unlov .. the a lwmM(m--yrr- honor of Mm. Harnett's mother, ' lu'ltvi'i V1 i Mrs. Render, of Oklnhoma City, army service teams nnd Halw n". 1 In the national team match , which 1 Okln., nnd Mrs. Renin., t of Fort Scott, Kan., who were called hero on Is the premier event of the hoot, the account of the ilhiees and death th t S. luff, team led with a lead X n A snlfinli.l -- lion!. I inn jir tut: of their father, Mr. T. J. 'Smith have Al " rkf(MV "mi uiv uinintun .naa.. F"iit k1rit in tun;, tltut team. The tennis In this match cop- - J returned to their homes. v i rr tw 11 111 mimii'i ari irwrL wrm'-.i., terest ;il I nfu--- ; it ureatur movement and one i!tml 0'' 12 shooting members and j Wf.WhmZKStgft?', s New floods Juct In. Kallns, tnoy nre (ifvlaeal Into tlireo c nsss n WfrmU7AW&WZt'i& 7d2 rants. Citron; Flake, Crushed and that comes direct to every family in Ohio i Orlt Hominy, nvapomtod reaches,!'" totims each occornlnit to tlnlr u lhe r,nIsh ot ,h" ,as' AprtaOM. PmneF, FlgF, Cranberries f",m,',l"(r Ohio eoiiiil.v n tin! previous shoot. These classes are anil Fine Celery. OTKl53EV''7,T.'JJ i.'1 '!'. 'KHHt.-'ri ranfMfal nillll iluttored A, II and C, and a trophy ILER ft m.ACK. Mtirl nrtm mniifkt la 1ton tt tl.o '1 Kelly Ituey lias moved his lies- - ,..m. , s I IWMin iCMfll& III ltVIl UIFI0B. .. tatirant from his old stand to Corner Kentucky had tho most successful WHLN YOU AMU KK.ICL OVK. JTYLIJH, j of Hartford Street, team thN year House. Main that the state has I where he will he glad to meet nil his ever stnt out and Its Kfiii've in trot hi roads: we aino holievo 111 NEW TALL SUITS AND COAT members by YOU WILL old customers and many now ones. their Kpleudld shooting moved the SHOES, the kind wo buy iVoin relia-hl- e " ' He Is now llxed to (,'lve a square State trom 43rd up to a .L'KE THEM AMD BUY YolRLJ. do for !7th J4 meal at a reasonable price. ' place nnd won class "C" trophy and X factories, and that's. 1iy folk that tiro, The skating rink will bo open taon in tri?n mnnm BEFORE WE .SELECT A (3AR.MEHT foR. icgiilnrly every Prldny and Saturday after jjood sIiom eonio to us. The Kentucky Uam was especially nights. In order to Rive the young strong on the 000 yard ranpe at .STOCK THE MATERIALS BE RIGHT, Thu sltisli and mud ol' wintor is on. Ca?t ladles an opportunity to learn u, which point It defeated evry team in THEN THE DESIGN MUJT NOT ONLY BE IM skate the rink will be opon to them the match except the U. S. Inff. nnC, yonr eye around at Miliar shot' slocks, then every Saturday afternoon. tied the coore with that team. VOGUE, BUT ALSO J. C. CASEBIEH, Mgr. In tho final niatelm In which Ihr come to us. We will tshow you quality, Mrs. J. W. O'Bannnn, of Guthrie, Ky. twim was entered the boys fron-thWE TAKE CARE IN FITTING YOU AND .SEEKy., Is visiting her sixier, Airs, Ramie .'rd. Ky. Keg. seemed to out wear and style at a YKItY, VKRY low price. Duke, and other friends nnd relative? shoot their comrades from the nioun-alu- s ING THAT YOUR OUTFIT THROUGHOUT S Ueniemlter this, and al.--o that Mrs. q'iiHiinou will go and this caused them to be it Hartford. to Select this week to visit her par- rather jubilant as tho hoys from the CHARMING AND HAR.M0NI0UJ. ents, Mr. mid Mrs. 1). W. Stqwart, Jnd H g. heretofore have generally for a week or twifhofore returning had the best of the argument. Sergeant Marvin Hoover of C. II home. innsassaassEEaasgrsEPasHasEKsv' EEHEXZTtZm Mr. anil Mrs? Paul U'ooiiward loft 3rd. Inft, a local boy. finished liish Saturday for Louisville, where they man on ihe ICy. team and for his mnyksninuship be will Mr. splendid U will make their future home. opening in awarded the Xlen. Williams medal f'liVoutlwan! has a fine g contract work, in Thin medal is said to be the most which he is vtry competent and suc-- 1 beautiful that Is issued by the state ces3l'iil. lie nnd his wife have many for excellence in -e- rifle ShootiiiK. INCOKPOIATm). f friends and relatives here who wit.li Cash Sale For Frid.iy and Saturthem tint greatest hnppiuess 43 and day, October Uf) and ail. ' tvv. "JJfnaf W prosperity in the Palls City. , fi m' "iJCiy Crushed Hominy 2."e isiiu, An immense crow.lTittcuded tho 1 box ?1 400 M. M. Candy mini mot ion picture show at the 1 box $1 Toasted M. M. Panday. .title Star Theater Friday night. Admis-- I . ..y."c Chocolate Candy I ion was iree aim two snows nail to 13c Candy . . . Kle ' I have 10 acres ot t?ood pasture for be given to accomodate tho crowd. box best Chocolate ..Sl.Iti seed corn at one of these Farmers' want to appeal i ho Republicans rent. Jutit ncroMS the river on the Sverynody .aj pleaded and tho pay done it I Eureka Flour . . ..r.a Institutes andthey can be to sell.again of Ohio county to bury every ncrron-01- 1e K. U. MAKTIX. Owensboro pike. have crowd next nifebt nearly filled the 7 Cakes Cleaneasy Soap Ve al petty dii'crenco, and lend a help-havanything . ..25c orromnt jh. again. .Messrs. Heavrin & S Cakes Lenox Soap . . no regular programme yet, but ing shoulder to the push for the . . .25e Mrs. 1. M. I'arrish. of La Hiinta, 'house gone to a large expense 1 can Vissamn's Lard . time- to print next grandest victory ever achieved by our . .UO hopo to have it in t oioraoo is vihiuiu; our iuoiiior, Airs. Ilarrass have ii., I!. .V ST. I,. It. It. TI.MK TAIIIiK. Park and other relatives in Ohio 'to equip tills miow house and their week so watch the paper and come 'party In the state. ILER Ai DLACK, Hartford. As 0110 of the defeated candidates Xo. li:i due nt Kllmltcli S::i2 p.m. county. (eiforts seem to be thoroughly appreand bring your neighbors with you. Xo. 110 duo at Kllmitch "::() a. 1:1. ciated. at tho late primary. I want to beg Wallace II. Riley. Presiding Kldcr J. T. Hushing --. I-Xo. 112 I.v. Kllmltcli 3:40 p. m. Mr. Wallace H. Riley, the Republi- - Prediction of Victory I'Yom Sir, my 'Fellow fallen heroes' to bo mon, Thomas. .ri::r, p. m. will preach at the Methodist church worthy and faithful leaders of tho Ar. IrvliiKton can candidate for Circuit Court Clerk r,:r.c j). m. Sunday night at the usual hour for (ACTON BROS'.CASH PRICES is a joung man of fine character and To tho Republicans of Ohio County: voters who so loyally supported I.v. Irvlngtou The most remarkable campaign thcra, and who aro now faithfully 7t40 p. m. services. Ar. Louisville tho very truest Republican princihlay and Saturday, Oc- Tho Green Front Grocery is mak- j S!3.r, a. m. . No. 111 Lv. I.ouisvillo ples. He has been a consistent Re- ov,er witnessed in Kentucky is Hear- supporting our ticket, statu and lotolH'i- - I'll am. an. 10:00 a. 111. ing friends with every body who j I hlil. Any First Puleiit b'lour. publican all his life, and during tlic ing its close, and tho greatest Repub cal. Ar. Irvlngton All flit, TT?.1fl In.'na i ... lican victory In the whole history of i flnl.tm. 10:40 n. 111. needs fresh clean and wholesome I can Pure Hog I .an I I.v. IrvliiKton 5.50 last few years when the Republican 1:01 p. 111 groceries. Ar. Kllmltcli . party has been the nioc' severely at- tho state will mark the closing it is no les honors ahrdulnifwyp Good Itacou hj the side iter lt. ...U at It no less honors a game loser, and I havo bui for two months For good fresh groceries' call nt I lb. :5c Colleo an tacked within its own ranks, Wallace M the Green Front, and see your old I Hi. 25e Corret: H. .V i:. i:. It. TI.MK TAIIIiK. Riley lias stood consistently with' the Republican headquarlcrs,.and I havo j ict us form tIl0 vau guar(, o( tLo 20 met men from every part of tho State j victorious army. Kstlll Thomas. Otherwise-"Pup- 21bs 2()e Colleo South Hound, No. 115 friend :15 old party, nevor wavering, never faland tho uniform story is that great S:4.r a. m. Due ut Hartford Thomas. Ir nily anv nonubllcaii who sun- t( lbs. 15c Colleo .. 1.15 tering. Willie Mr. Otto C. Martin ported me at the lato primary will North Hound, No. Ill was Chairman of tho Republican numbers of Democrats In their Mr. 0."I1. Likens, of "Frankfort (I liars I.euov Koap . . ,. 25 will either vote tho Repub- not suport my sucessful opponent ho C:l." p. in. was called hero on nccont of the ill- H liars Swifts Prido Duo ut Hartlord 25 Ohio County Executive Committee, lican ticket or remain away from the .Is neither a friend Ip mo nor u loyal (Hoth "Mixed Trains.) .Mr. Wallace H. Kiley was recomness and doath of his mother, Mrs. 7 Mars CUnui ICasy Soap 25 polls. The Louisville Post, which is Republican, and I urge the other tle- I Do.. Chum Salmons James Ilcnry Likens. 1.00 mended nnd appointed Republican Election Commissioner for Ohio suporting Mr. Stanley says npathv foaU(, candidates, to dcclnre In like 1 Hoi. Pink Salmons .20 Just received a new supply of evap- For American wlro Fence,' call on in the Democratic ranks Is uppaii manaer their lovaltv to the Renuh- 1)0 County and filled that position with 10lf orated peaches, apricots, flake ami 1 "'). Cans Sugar Cor U. S. Carson. in every part of the state. fairness and consistency. )4P ticket, hoth stato and local. Kai-lI Do.. Cans June Peas . . . 1.0(1 hominy. he euonoons ntato dobt, feu-lett- 's For Ship Stuff and 'feeding Oats crust Ho is ably fitted and qualified for J. H. THOMAS. 1 Do. Cans 15c Faily Juno Peas. 1.00 E. H. THOMAS. shameful record, the Iioswortu nee Acton Ilros. the position of Circuit Court Clerk, you leavo the Green Front When oiajiliuxYitiiig Judge lleiisou. check, Stanley's reputation as an which ho seeks. Xew Star Tlitsiter. Rubber Roofing nnd Paint can bo Grocery after calling for something At a meeting o ftho Hartford Bar During the first few weeks after advocate of tho liquor interests, the The Star Theater will givo a sliow Iiad at Acton Urns. they didn't hnvu, you can bet your on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday the primary ho was confined to his rape of tho Democratic Party by the with H. P. Taylor, Chmn. and W. II. Miss Welch, of Owensboro is the life thoy- - will havo It next time you nights of each week. Will open tho room by a serious attack of appendi- lato State Convention and scores of Hnrnes, Sec. Tho following resolucall. guest of Miss (iityle Tlchenor. doors at 7:110 and the show will he- - citis and for several days it was im other liko incidents insult tho kchs'o tions were adopted nud approved by Just arrived at Her Ac Ulack f S, ci tiromntlv at 7: 4. o'clock each possible for hint to get out nnd mix of decency of many thousand of Ken- tho body. For big bargains In Real Estato Be it resolved by the members of who openly deand miuglo with the voters, "but tucky Democrats, sio Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, threo largo.liipmcuts of line candies 0Venlng. 7tf of all kinds. Come in and look at j Vnn cannot anon! to ,ic Ky. slnco the date of his recovery he has clare their purpose to assist In a tho Hartford bar, First, That we tender to tho HonPrunes," Figs, Dates", Raisins, Cur- our Lowney's boxes for your lady 8llllWh ., we ,1!lV0 ono ,)f the best taken chance with Ills health and general houso cleaning. 'r'un"' Tho Republican party was never orable J. W. Houson our sincoro and most achlucs made. has been continuously out In the rants, fresh ut tho Green Front Wrlto Fordsvillo Planning Mill Co., Wo also have tho best screen on the Held actively at work In behalf of before so perfectly united in Ken thanks for the able, courteous and Fordsville, Ky., for prices on Silos, mnrket, anil It will not hurt your eyes not only his own campaign, but for tucky. Its ticket Is clean and capa- - conscientious manner in which ho Von can giit tho bestnioal in Hart Wo likc-wls- o tho success of tho whole Republican hie. and commands tho respect of tho has conducted the business of the ford at Kelly's Restaurant for 25 either Wood, Concreto or Tllo to look at these pictures. Illocks. Full Inforiuntlon furnished havo one of tho best and most ticket. He hns stood true and faith- best people in all parties. Ed Mor- last week of tho October term of tho 14t4. cents. t. Ohio ClrcuiCCoiirt nt Hartford, Kenpromptly. modernly oqulpccd show houses out- ful and squaro In every respect, and row's personality is a tremendous To keep warm and save fuel buy His liko has never before ap- tucky. GreeirFroiit'Grocery has a side of Louisville. Wo havo spared he is entitled to tho hearty support The you a Hot Wust Heater from Acton Judge Hunson has impressed un peared In Kentucky politics. Ho has colfeo packed especially for Its pro neither time nor money in equipping of the Republican party. Uros. the firmness without tho fierceness, with his learning and fairness as a a real show houso for Iho people of prietor and Intended for tho select Rlloyhiuiil the last trade. It is tho famous Hluo Hand, Hartford and vicinity. Your patron- Mrs. A.-Farmefs Take Notice of a warrior; tho courage without jurist; tho dignity of his conduct nad visiting relatives In Evans-vlllweed end Thero will be held here nt tho tho gusto of a hero, and tho zal demeanor whllo on tho bench arfil ago will bo appreciated. steel cut. quiet ease with which ho has concourt houso on Friday ami Saturday, without the rashness of an apostle. Intl. " K. G. HARRASS, KOlt SALK ooon VALVE I.V Xov. 5th, and Gth, a Farmers' InstiNot with lust for power, but with ducted the trials of cacs lu court; Mgr. Stnr Theater. For Cooir"SiovcB, Ranges, Coal larui laud, small or largo farm to 17tf tute conducted by somo splendid ag- love for man ho stands boforo tho tho excellent order which ho mainve- Heaters, Wood Heaters nnd Grates suit purchasers; only sold to settle Dig Day At Halclown. ricultural men from out of tho State pcoplo of Kentucky, an advocato who tains In tho court room anil kindly call on Acton llros. cstuto; easy terms. J. L. Hnwes, Otto Martin, of Hartford, and Nat nnd a lady specialist on the "Domu-tl- o commands not only tho respect and and firm manner of his dealing with Mrs. B.K. Ulrkhead entertained Maceo, Ky. sciences' and o'nr county agent, confidence, but tho filial love of a all the officers of the court and memHoward, of Morgantowu, gave the home tho Ladles Social Club at her Miss Winnie SlmiueriifiTn, who is voters an afternoon's treat in the W. W. Ilrowder is requesting all of gratoful people. bers of tho bar. v Wednesday afternoon. In school at Nashville will nrrlvo toHo will carry with him the kindest campaign spcecli line last Saturday our good farmers to enmo and bring A Greek philosopher, answering tho Miss Key"Nai)leFllcrT"Sunday for day to spend tho week end with her at Ralzotown. Hotween flvo and their wives and he would also like Inquiry of tho Athenian youth for the feeling and host wishes of the bar for accepted parents, Mr., and Mrs. It. E. Leo Hardlnsburg whoro she has seven hundred pcoplo attended the for the farmers to bring In for ex- key to success simply said, "Ro lu his happiness and success in the a position In tho school. Slninieriuan. f and his stay with us will bo rally. Much political enthusiasm of hibition at this timo and good fruit earnest," and earnestness Is tho se always a source of pleasant recoltac- Tho GrceTPFrbufTs tlio placo to J. D. Haugli, president of the Ohio the sort that brings results at tho wheat, corn, cotton, vegetables, can- cret of Ed Morow's power, do your trading lu tho grocery line. County Sunday school association is polls, was shown. A flag, ten feet ned or otherwise of nny kind. Live As Governor of the Commonwealth tions. Nothing old on our shelves. That these resolutions he spread arranging to have a meeting In Hurt-for- d by twenty-twfeet, was raised to the stock or anything they may have ho will whip the money changers about Friday Nov. 12th for tho top of a polo, ono hundred and five thut will show some of the resources from tho temple of the stato and on tho Order llcok of the Court und it Mr. and Mrs'. It. E. Leo Slnimcr-mn- n of Ohio county and what Its farmers make Kentucky's namo most honor-- . copy furnished Judge Houson nnd anil Mrs. Rowan Holbrook spent Superiutcntciits of nil schools in tho feet high, by Mr. Billlo Raize. tho county papers. county to consider matters of vital last week. Rebecca Murks and daughter aro doing at the same time will ad- ed In all tho galaxy of states. Mrs. a day In Owensboro J. S. GLENN,' 'Victory Is now certainly assured, now shipment of Interest to them and their schools. Miss Elizabeth, ot Crestwood, Ky., vertise their own Industry. We un'Just received a J. P. SANDERFUIt, ' nro visiting at tho borne ot Mr. T. S. derstand that one of our farmers and I want to sco my own county Look for inoro extended announcev Now Orleans' Molasses. Velva ERNEST WOODWARD,. by this method sold quite a lot of share In the laruels of victory. ment next week. Marks. & DLACK. I f Jims 'rMistef" I , Iff 1 - V4 SPE y A i 11c-- R I 11 Good Roads Movement! v.inM. M'lmmiliiSsHfevl -iiq FrnAT r 7n?r l':f'm j.'ajJvy v . m 1 1 MHBHBEah7' UGARMENTS Tr Good Shoe. Movement! jrf I .,,...,..., tt J olR hJST "NIFTY." e It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You lioneyl , ( I ' house-buildin- 'fi90 CAR son a GO -o- 1 Lirrizsnzsrisrcaiusszsas; ;c Hartford, Kentucky. t,. Ib Hartford Republican. n. - I I .$.( fi, ! 1 ( "5 ' i. j as-so- H. e, e, j ' o ILER l' - tr.t A. .. fu,nX 371 fidT.lXfcaKr fcWSCm t-w- - : -- S. LANDING OF - ALLteS ON GALLIP0L1 1 I PENINSULA WILL FILL A WANT! i i i Kf PRr JR ln .III J4:J,.!,.11 C esasEBak '.' ii "rim feftifiiijftj'rfjft tit Si Professional HOTEL iinmn.iiiiiMiMi "ft , il vfejjr ' ?? k iliTlLlaf wmmr i ii'ii ii i ? ,' Wmirmm r ' "" ' Since the suspension of the Louisville Weeklv Courier- Journal, there has been quite a d.T.iaihl for a weekly Kentucky newspaper that jjies all the more important state news, as well as the ijeneul news, crisp editorials, rooiI stories, timely cartoons and Otto C. Will iimotlce U'.u Martia KY. 1 POIHATAK .WASHINGTON, Attorney at Law I1A.IITFOKD. irof.nlw ,u q,,, n D.C. X OFAMERKAN ti fitit In tcuntijmcn. I (Will tulJulnliiK couiitlWi CoimnefoW atKl Criuiliiiil l'liuiUt 5k Sjnidnlty. m 1 . .. r illustrations. There is no such excellent paper as the Twicc-a-Wee- k lit ll t bound, In (lljr wite fcoil lioldt Ike Ptwhaun hciCt the Uic Barnes I Attorneys at Law for tint pftMt-- U & Smith. htitti of lt HARTFORD, KY. Miters. W. 11. Ujiint, n.tU 4 it, Small an noun oe Miat llu-h.m form-- a p.irUnrlilii prtio-tk-- o T2S??!JKi3 ly l'iv V(hhvi).) It comes every Wednesd.j;. md Saturday, (16 paes .. week or more), and is up-tdate in every resjanl. Try the Twicc-a-Wee- k for a year in connex ion with the Hartford (IMIU-r- i o fv.es-cong- Owensboro Messenger ( tf vs'Tvr(.,:i'"' Th i f'v Iti 1 -- rnif, Vt PonlMtin T it if I, r r, nl UMlill lis ix el Khj'i.'ii on l'i mtvlunii 1M1, or 1.ia, pt antl dlvor cuvd, .Mr. mltli lilui; LWuibtj- - Atur-tii- U iMvn:ud tnmi iwiati ci!i; sticfc ci;iyrt .Mr. R.inu 4IJ iiullvuliully .l.ejt suelt pr.tctiou. Uffk.n la j llnrUord Kppnbllcati bttlldliig, Martini ti, K" . 1 ic j,n,t it a tf-j(. t In Ul I cMicnitti, lVwtiijn i. upl. KIiimiIj anj ) I'CA'iii.it-l,I ir.ct, i nrit U ( VlH.M'lt itmtMill h I u miiic Hi. si winrl Ii.nl. K.t - er n 'l hiloiml inlrrctl, II is tiottl a. luclnc to a ilitcnttiiiiiting pub. ! nittcn t pri 0c p( tiilimr anil rilucjlion Ii w mil) io Si jif, r anil N lnvnmcii. Uo to mm? and Hpe.-)alt- Tht STRATTON & MARTIN CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice tlti'lr imifiiw.uti in th!i . dJolnlliK tountliH. Coili-ctloiw- Attorneys at Law nuVn Both papers, one ". ear fm sub-scri- Ik gi j"" l.v). All clubbing 1"" immm f.jK i.n.i w p "r-....-ii- ... - --- 31 -- inn AVky I'rcciiislon of boats (lllcd v Itli allifd cicilltiniur tirots pnsslng hptvoei' tho transports on their way io iff-- r tlil wards CalUpoll pr nlnstil:i. Tlu-- arc boma towi-i-l b iAiii.kts from tlio battleships. .Inst n fn nion't-'picture was takon a hidden land baUerv on the im rt o ncij (ire on the bo.its anil Miccerilt-t- l iu blnl.iu out- i rn lnndinc thi'm, thoufiii the men were resened Pelow. tro-ii'- . are - should be addre-- ed in. ji i Republican, II irltord, ky ion.-- t The I'onhaUn oleri rpom with ilttachfd Kilh jt $1 50, !I 00 tnj up lieoms with pti-l- e bath. J: SO. $J 00 nd tp. w !th imp, Wtitr for (.'(iiiiiiivri.-iu- i . - orlt: and ( rlmliiul i'ntctlre 1'roinpt and vigorn Sotnry in offk-o- . CLIFFORD M LEWIS. Maniftr. Q SSIKM zDMEDipifiunnj: If TAAO-Mftn11. iS f J II ' BURSTING SiitLLS CAUGHT biiiCS AL TO WOMEW Ip&dSaSiilffliic l. . fri. iiia- -i ecnnii:(-ii- . xiiu i,'er;u.ci(.'jl of all cu BY CAMERA ... f, it nrinu sT7i .ir... i.ntir ' m it "' Hi mri rl. , . flj "' I. i n!V 1.1 T " i.ri.. iiu I ii, .1 . . lK"U PASSING fllrtf J turvii j( ".h r.r rnec .1.1 . r MTtNtotj jr ,. k . .1 .,11 iTTg U EflCtS T" it.P. r.. ..nun. (.! I. mrt mvymsm , r---- C'- - 't&rl,Jm .r... 1 " vi 3 ZJ t .Or $ss abr, '- 9. iSS&M VrHIr fcv&vXaKCWB. " oJ'y kbfr v -.. '.- - tf afesawa.-- j . .'S Jf- J ' .. ' w ' v . ' j. i:7 ;'' . - X , ,, a .. uj vi W! :m - i,bAV 'M ? I rm Tjnn- j....v, ,iL. L'U".iajf r91M'V -i , .,, i, j r 1 iaasid3Eaauss33 GlTAKATi:i: Ollfr .,,ml A - 1 tl'ij iirl. 11 r- -'t i T -"tv r--rC3uC ''tfiS. il? ,C?'., v . wT?rQ,,nafiapaatotfcril-- f ai '. ti jr g ' value O. f 5 SKIIVK'I hundred tier omit Special work for TV. W. w. n. F. r. srnvnxs, 7. D Hartford, Ky. 0jsr - rXvfi UepresentinR Continental Marble & Grange Co. Idni" ;,Mt jarRo ij0X c . u l'i l.o r.ixlon Toilet t.o., Uoston, .arrdleinal.'intlaontlei,or.v.i-rIn i U.ns tuflanui uleeration of none, throat, und 1.. .1 jean : 1;- feminine ills it has n Ua oarh th" I.ydlu U. '. i.,liani . Me; . iao CQ.htts reconiin.ni od Paxtlne In their prlvnto corrorondonrA v '"1 wot a , ' ich proves its u.. 't.oiity. Venn a who l:avo botn say it la "worth Its weight in ,to: " At , bo dissolved in wais- - as r.ccdccJ. fl ff ' ", ilir .-l .'j Collier's flfvJ . ' ' fj- - ',v ., UliHv5 The National Weekly lllU M it,j. t Collier's in -- First Time CI u b s 1 l' ni t ,li S85 SPiiS Operated by ' .fr'j tin Ii.m Directory Planters Pscuse;'judKf, Onii Eour.'.j and '&' f klat$S so N. tin-- rue t $2 'ti rat Inri a:ulrli3Pcvu'J P'."Jiy."lfl ' tUm??v-!- i' A.. !how6 threo hhclls Thl8 remarkable photoRraphtslmiin. bursting oern!WWBe. n- " lr"pt:"rcs was taken 'Vomewherc in I'raiicf." " Planters Hotel Company Uder New Managoment Conrf T. tllH. 1..1 P Hen I). ItlnKo, Attorno. U 11. Mitlhlff, Jailer, i:. (I. iUiMhS ... r'4,...t.. r, i.. UIIIUIUIUI, i.ii i . .liitltr s Ulll luir., i. .mlebloner. It. T. Collins. TrusUi' Clrputf I ' ' wc tan tffot it nt a "till iiiMfitr in wi ' tins iuldir.itii n. I Jllr' fhhu; s. o. kcoh, jiuiuuiu, iiciiuuL-- a siu-rifi- . Special Offer to Our Reacfcrs In Krri.pnu tir the ttfat demand fcr i new titici. c liavcuia.Tc arranrc mcilai tier it ai .1 iur , n t nM itu rjcl' mc i i iiHlTit pric o( Colbrr 'tab nt 1 i ki-- r PSAISE FOR BRAVE ssrv KT-- . AVIATORS RUSSIAN JOAN OF ARC ii- - t?H tlStf 5 i office Jcputlt.-ii-.Mrb- . S O. aifc Olhnorc Keown. Court convcnen first Monday in February and coutlimet) T QUISBNUBimr, three weekh, tliiid Xlontlay lit April, Hates ..i.00, l.ii."5 niiO $ iiO pn- - Dny two wouks; till i il Moniiu m October, two weeks. Ctmiily Mc! tl.T Cuts. Court John II. Wilson. Judiio; W. C. lilaiikt!whii. Clerk. )et i t ity for the' nory. C. K. Smith. Atloniu. Hartford -iSpeit knti0B t th. trartllnB Y,,;"" "" ",ot M""UT '" tal " Ki-omiJ n. a. iiraicnur. fo'i' tlTii an lrtiUNtbetaXenstlaiiiiiucof roTkp44r What Yob Get CrWri rck' c Collty's ixicixlont. fctL:t oi th" wt lr omntrr Net rr1r iul bin n i Lmttl riiiui's kanHV.onk lA1 n iv iftnr iur thr wlcWr Wtfti AtiHitirj onr lug, r - mpkT KJSr :Jl 4-- public. Qnuitorly Tuesd.ij u.tj tirHt .Mouiiaj c"llrt"f In Court In OWENSBORO. KY. Cnlins-Come- n.-s first Janiuiiy and first Tuon ettr Iltvjlnn m the 1000 rdltorUTl (500 mouth. Nrwi Photo 250 Sl.ott Article. 150 Short htorir 100 iu Outober. Other Count luy, Surcjor, Offleers i oiMiitl.le, C. , &tgm&mmfim sy$h1sr.-hsagK' ' k j V HS9K8fiLBI-S- a 7 jnTTrnTnncrrnnigi'j'ai Austrian nlntois In Gnllelii reec'tlii" the pnilae and eoiii'Mtulatlons of Archduke Karl Kranz Joseph foi some dating exploit. wiwcAiSTTuiii -- 1 - rmmawwjr.mi.'iimaaumMi.manuu.jiiusiiwpzmxaiimm mfi&m i iffisny iWWiSw!M VSM&feM i ltWMw$?&VJ&v ' AfijrSlWSj. PtSwRliPWif VflZW-ST'W- $9 f? I" Su.cfccl wfcen evcrythlncf else f,JK f In rcrvauj p'ostratwn and Jmnlo I v Ial"nCiS:s t arc the supreme fm;:1y s thousands have teiitificd, i,,. , ll T7I I 1' D. , IU-V Elcra?ts w ' iC ,s tnc oyc STOMACH TROUBLE a ' at n k dLin0 cvcr s;,,d druggist's counter. B fc .MclJaiiicl, Itotkpoit, rid.i after tl .Moiulaj In .Munli, Md .Moiul.ty Iu June. Krlti.tj after In Hoptellllur, after Ud Monday Friday after li .Monday In lie-- 1 I.. A. 1 Ky.; Oina Shului, hiijicilu Undent, llartfoid. Dr. A. U. Kthj Coroner, llarttotd; T. 11. Ilenton. llo.id Unsliii.cr. Har'ford. JtsriCKS t OLU'lh. i'ii. hiioun. tiaruoni. I iicstia an i or Jd .Monday In .March, ai' er .id .Monday In June. 'iiKHdaj ait er 3d Monday in r, I niday after I'.il .Momlay In 1)mi mbir. Olatoii, Tiii-ni,- .'o J, Tom Hliu-s- S Ks Asm Mov It Coll! Hartford s Wuitr.tnl rcturt 2 Cumplcle Novetr$2.50). fcftfci r Kepuhl'.can $2.50 J4 t ' i I VI II V x--.i f lfHii H HHHip i . tgL Kiiflrii ;Jf lP UUK fllj ff Trnntmntir iicaiiiic.ii 't .'JS'i'Snl'ihu. 1 Hub CanaJi, cr liy nuil illrcit. Store " "' ol " r "ul,r- UcC.tLL'S MAGAZINi: C(inll)Prt Mote ubienliers tlian any otrifi . (.Cill-ll- , CrOlllWrli, VVfilnesdaV k nncizinonulliuni innntlu 'lii.jlml,!,.latlJnn b. rtji. t u lei, puti ms, iiiesainaimi;, miiiiury, lid Monday In .March,, Wed- - I S after , 3 l'uln "v.intr.tinry iueilieniiik,lul-Jre,p,Rlifsd.'u after ud .Mondnv In Mine Wttlnesdaj after 3d Monday In Sep- - F jeai (wortri d utiio, inciudinK a hie patrn. abierif tudar, or ttml fur sample cciiy. iiil.r, WodnuBday after d Mou-- I VONDCRFllL INUliCOICMTS Jay In December. toApcnts. roitul liringt prrmium cltilopue it. C. Tlehi'iior, Centertown; Sat-FRjnJ i;i.'.v cash rite oilers. Addrett unlay after ard Mondaj In each IHE McCAU. CO. Kl to S IV. STtb St.. AtW YORK , Fildau MeCALI. rATTEnNS Cc.'c'." Xm " &' M04 ",r "yT. l"'1" "t S'J if '' 'U',& n '". I '. 7 -- 75 1 a. .v TiKflP 1 i ni mm i i'iW ill March, TuosJa 'J for WEAK uftlr LM Mnnd.iv in Xlnv. niter HBBMKvlV Monday In August, 'i'ues- LUNGS Or after aucr .11 .louuay in ' PnucnuriTinLI LUNdUMtMIUNi' w. S. Dean. Wod- Dundee, r. yoa " '',10av9''",rI ?1 If you mention tfalspapcrmsMII send ? I, H b bottle FREE, bytnail auickteliet for after Jd Moiida . J ti,9Hir f.elinp. coiitrhs.ua ns vnnlnwn 3 inchest, nisht sweats, hemorrhatjes, weak!'1' AuBujit. after 2d 1 month. wiuson -- 'OHHHW iyI 'Jay Smltn, ScltH:i. Tuesday natr; iUXiiIjCUi I h4m mU &(iLL-s.ECOilGiH- " j ano CURE the LUMCOl l'f 1"' i.rl "atiiin viiV ,; UHIU - ... MtUlUAL VU. ... STlumbus" Mine. KokoMtevu, leitnitly awarded tlm Cross of St. George for bravery, lithe colonel commanding tho Sixth L'ral cosKUc'.i rogimeut. Shu has been twlct. wounded in battle. The Ideal nro tho lIiuiikcs that have been rung on tho btolen umbrella Joke, and a fretdi ouo has been printed In Many igra k. tSL7ptA''J oven Gs YCAns CXPEr.lCNCC KondsvlllP. Tuesday 2d Monday lit .March, hiih- ,day nftor "tl .Monday In .May, Thurs- day after -- d Monday In AtiRust, Thursilay alter I'd Monday In No- venihor. IJcn "' !v " ' llivi m',.n",or- t. Z,"' t .... king's ! new DiseoOT WITH Or. after ru f BArVDAI I ZTirZF0 ..toa&wxa Bottle Free t. (J1.D& LUNGTROUBLES. Trial TIIHOAT AND rnicE laUA IIANTBED S ATISFACXOBVl OK MONKY 31EPUUDED. . j er .it Trade Marks Dcsiguo tho Tattler. On tho imtleo board In an Ipswich reading room there recently appeared the folio wing appeal: "Will tho gen urn- tleinuu who took a brclln from the stand on Wednesday I kindly return it to tbo librarian?" " "" ueiwam m pihicii. Fresh Bohemian troops marching to tho station to entrain for tho" ' They nro carrilng a portrait of tho Austrian emperor to . Lertulnly not; weather still unset Italian frontier. " bow their detotlon to their ruler. horn-handle- d I CopvnicHTS &.C. n ficlrh nnd locritninn mny Anyone aiilculr Biicriiilii nir npiiii' " frwi "lieiliir un nniniuiilen. !lo,i.lrifllyr.mil.loi'ili.l. HANUUOOK on I'ato.m lent (roe. tilitent niii'iiey furMiuriiitnwtenn. & cu. t.ikiil thruuuli luim iprrUl tuilkr, vvilliuul cliarue, Iu tuo JoivUe Scientific A ftunrtjomely Illntrlis1 ftmmwi N kly. Ijireeat lr. MUNN & Co.4B'Mj;New York City Attorney; J. I", Stevens, Marshal; Court cnmciifs ueconid Monday In each month. City Count-l- l J. C. Her. Mayor; It. T. Collins, Clwk; J. K. Dean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. Bi-net- t. Cant. A. D. White. A. D. i'atf, AV. II. Gillespie, W. H. Barnes, C. M. Crowe. Hartford Doard Education J. H. B. Carson, Ch'm'n.; C. M. Darnett, Sec.; E. W. Ford, Treas.r R. T. Collins, J. D. Duke. .Mornwy in .Marcn, pruiaj niter 2d Monday In May, Friday alter 3d Monday in August, Friday after 2d Monday iu November. IIAUTFOUD l'OLICB COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell Ben W. Tnylor, Italph, Friday aft fMlimWH.l HWlwu.i ill. urawinif oruiilu.turvs.iMtMrarrn&u IrrMirrporil luiru. riuw ,u uvmui hu. du, inM.v iuapi eupyriHj, tta, N ALL COUNTRIES. PROCUnCDANODEFCNDi;0.1Jl,uI'l.l tlv JlusUsrt Artt tilth H'aikUgtiiit mtmty an J cf'.t tin patent. Patent and W rlta ur enmu to u at ut.t ttmt, Practice EiduilvcW. Tit IliLth Stntt, Btr VnlUl Stati rataatOac. WASIWNQTON. D. C. t k r RIirUBLIOAN FLATlWI. Children Cry Ur Fletcher's in mo iop vTr tsisCffigg2frs lias boriiaUio hlgiiutnre of muler Ills iicr- hliuo Its Infancy. Allow no ono to lerlvo vim in till i TiiT TYT Coi..il,rfi-ls- , IinHatlons nml " nrc 1, ' iUlu oi-- r .M) jnirs, "'" n,, " HiiiwrvlHlim .THHt-iiH-ro- ! Cnilorla It n linrmliw Milisflin.o for Onsioe Oil, Pnro-Bor- o, Drops Soolhl,- ,- Sj runs. Jl coi.l.tiiw i.m.r Opium, 3If.rpiIno nop Is p1onsnnl.il: oil, r I Vt null lln s Illoro ,..,., ,'J ,Vv ..rl;l.ss I. is I.....H hi ,iisJaiit u - Tor tlio .eli,.f of Coasdi alio. , IL rccnlalrs (lie Stomach and Duw'i Ii. ir t. What is CASTORIA ,l wh iii-- V GENUINE CASTORS A (Bears the Signature of ALWAYS - f f &d ''j&''Vj f V P4 la Use For Over 30 Years c&SsrmximBnatKXna'- f The Kind You Have Always Bought "INTAuil COMfAV i w r k c if v. arck Pianos iuAilvu.ice (I tP Lowc-.i- t o( No Money Snlio(ae-lio- u ''W-- t' ,., u (unr l PA' AMCK )' a nry I rioi'H M"x II n h i t To nil h A tin viug ol io SiJOO y m f tNet . mw. " ,T 7" TT ' t rir.-fi- aio) I'ruiii Imic-lor- llircit a -- "' JVWivirJj - j ryscieo''"'rC3gl' . " ; - " - T jb ' h .o will 'Imp cu a l"Ti"fu! Stnrck I'ian. fir tUW fteo it al. ri juur r All we in.!- N iliat .iu v.iil pl.t u!m 11, us. mi ri'iuirctl i mil lusmi'tit il.ixx If ul l.o cml ! tl a' I" it J u ! r t ti..il It the 30 nil li'Hl thin pl.inn i'i t 1 liiiiI. stun ti qt lulu il tuiil fuii I lit .1 tii i 11 ii rv u.i II. if m li.ivn t'ler m ti f. t tin- - inuiui. IIImt j to si-tkill nri .it peifi it Kick, anil w Mill, 111 tliut Mill i .1) i lit it i:iu iwn hjjs. in.s aiurcK riano mmi in.ne kooiI iin ou, l r th re H no sale. 30 Wp DAYS' fr I5BSP a E TRIM EH YOUR" OWN HOME Save SI50.00 or Moro rrlrt tlut Easy Payments l.i iltrut to jou fnru our (utorr, f t o (u m pii U punu of vni.'rmrf to tiinii-!- i u a tHltir iUiki fnr llir tiiom v tluu " tj of nillffli(r You jro h. toiicU !jrjlI ;ral vKt i no )iir no upujl 't i, Xm piy iu cj.Ii iinttii, cf trial i i c n lii.n t jnnil ittuii. ht'i -- iaii.t tni:if.Ui Jin i t, iirn nut i ur I tenm our . iu ' y pKil.j i mcy. ncMnl li j piaiiu 'lht4 t rxxii art aruii? to 'ltlc for lut? jtiI it it 1 li t mM Iter i tin ') lij low (ur OK.Yr- - . cl it our 35 yrtn o( piano fjrtvrlcnrr, anil the rrpu titfrn nt .in oh csUlilMicd, rt'pusiMc pUna liousr. mrv. purauttitl for Tun iiinrnt(r luc 6ji T.ttrv Starrk r. anion rino : 25 oiarcn Playar-r-onw .ur lintu, t.illiout . 2nd Hand Bargains "iV. ft..Ml.li. t lim litillllirr ut pianos ofUA all conit liaml anil hi MtittanlH on hanl tal.tn in ex Mjak tin txtt lui tUy-- 50 Free Muslo Lessens To nrry purclnttr i' six-- 'r StariL riaiHH, ' ttitnir Ioimt in oni rf I he brst Liionn kIiooIs In J.j'iuiii jou CMrapi Thr ran tikp In your oAn limnr, liv mill, lliit npn-viii- ti one year's free Imtmetlnn. of thwci for . niw Star, n I"aum The followard ing are a fiW un'ple U.r;ani9! $110.00 Weber 02 00 Stclnway 90 03 Chickertng 05.00 Kimball 195.00 Starcl: riayer-rUniH- taiiilaril i.ukt-- with tlio many ex of thev wondrrtul InstniiiicH., an.l will ii!iio.1 ultli th rrv Inv pririt ut will h IIKJ (Jll lit Kinr (I, 1'iuii't rutrVim nill tiiarlvft. ariij r rint 1'tan.ii ! lMiutl tm on tns elti.he f'Jtufn Piano Book Free S ii tajol. ItMla) Sctul for our latet eomplclc cconj hand harsalu lit. 1. A. STARCK PIANO CO i::i:j sinrck nidi:., pi cl you a Ijiko umoiint of Infarria lion recanting piano-,- . Thi an I lnok will Intrreit pleue jou, Wrltu today. uhleli illuttntitl piano lot imr new Chicago FARE $322 IDAILY BETWEEN The ropubllcau party In Kentucky In convention assembled adopts the (oIltwHig platform: (1) Wo npprova the policies of the National Republican party in providing for tlio defenses of our coasts against foreign invasion, and the protection of American Industry against the paupor labor of foreign countries without imposing unnecessary or unjust burdens upon the consumer. Wo favor tlio nomination for tlio 1'rrwldency of a candidate who Is in accord with those pollclun, and Ib abroast of the spirit of progress Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. I decided ( by ever changing condition. take his advice, although 1 did not !iar Wo condemn the Inefficiency of the administration at Washing(2) Hughes Would Die, But ton, Its Inadequate tariff law and Its tax In times of peace, which have reany confidence In It. a in tlio closing of factories, the stagnation of business and the sulted One Helped Him to I have now been taking Idleness of millions of workmen. for three months, and it has cured me Wo demand the redisricting of Kentucky in legislative, senatorial, Recovery. congrcsslonnl and judicial districts, which shall glvu ciiual representation haven't had lliose awful sick headache of every district, In conformity and equal voting power to every cltlz-w- i since I began using it. with the plain requirements of the Constitution, and not as at present, In Pomeroylon, Ky. In interesting adI am so thankful j flagrant Iolatlou hereof. for what (.1) We demand the repeal of the present Infamous primary law vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes has done for mc." formed for the purpose of preventing freedom of choice to tlio voter, and j writes as follows: "I was down with Thedford's has been favor the enactment of u law which shall permit party nominations for ju-- , slomacli irouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine illclnt oltlres without regard to the party nllllluthrti or the candidates so for den grounds, and the con-- . would have sick headache so bad, at that the Judiciary may be chosen on rangements of Hie stomach and liver. It llnuance in olllce of Judlclnl public servants may be determined by no times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herb, other qualification than that of fitncbs. 1 fried different treafments, but tlicy contains no dangerous ingredients, and We favor iiiiieiiduient to State laws permitting and encouraging Joint f nominations of the same candidate by the different parties. Wo demand did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can bo freely-usethe repeal of the law providing for rugistration certificates Imposed upon' I got so bad, I could not cat or sleep, by young and old, and should btf by the Democratic party for Immoral polilcal purposos, where-- 1 the State Instruments, passing by nnd all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. by voten in Kentucky have become negotiable delivery would die. He advised me lo try Get a package (o ay. (I) We demand that the public schools of tho State shall be taken1 Only a Quarter. and quit ,. Hint tho Interests and welfare of the Thcdford's and kpt entirely out of politics, and children shall have first consideration in all public school matters. We call for better schools ami schoolhouses, for longer school terms in the country and bettor pay for the teachers. --'wanner v.r , extending the aid of the State to Its Institutions for high-- 1 !2dfaaarWe also . --.. I . ftqgggg'' S BfuSi,T yiBVs er education. (5) There should be complete publicity concerning the expenditure DQAll H ......... ..a mhI1.1a..I Mn.A...nlna fa UIIllt;C-UI III lUl'Iirjr " Pl""" ' . Vlllli,lli. A W Inllf altlltft till rttlMww.. fflf tw. comanagers of all sums of mousy 'ountliig by candidates and campaign llated for political purposes. (G) We demand tho enactment of a law providing for control of the penal and charitable Institutions, and for tbe abolition of contract labor, and we endorse the Constitutional Amendment providing tor convict labor on public roada and highways, insoiar as the ntme may te done without injury to free or organired lalor. 82 . - iTi.faffilEliKr (7) Realizing the influence of good roads gu the economic, educa c" aV smarsimary r.,n life and action, filled with tfie i "w v pledge oursolres tional, social and rehglods development of the Wle, B r:, till fine inspiration and followed V -"Vv. , wiBkiKrV 1IIW U 3BPBW'Ar' that the prewnt law, introduced by a' Remibilcau, authorizing Stata aid, -2 50 short stories of adventure, I highways throughout will make hall be carried out. and the building oi permanent the State by a system guaranteeing to the people an honest expenditure I of their money, snail be encouraged. (81 turtlirr legislation for the protection of labor trom We favor unnecessary bodily injury, and we ravor the enactment or ti falr and equipt-abl- e workmen's eompeusntion law. in We favor giving to the Railroad Commission power to regulate (91 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Pane, Boys' Page, public utilities of the State. Girlj' Pac, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of (10) We favor thu passage of laws which shall make effectlvu conTravel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best against the issuance oi tree passage to officials. stitutional provision minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone (11) We oppose double taxation, and will favor a thorough reintnehome. I Here is no age which will equally distribute the burdens of taxvision of the tu laws Kmit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free ation, l educe the rate and not only retain the capital now Invested, but Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION Invite the tiivestinent of other capital In tho State. We favor the adoplet us tend yau Three Current luuca tion by the people of the Constitutional Amendment enlarging the power rREC Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year request. of tbe General Afcscmnly on the matter of taxation, and when such addinot 12. ' apThose who subscribe now, sendintr $2 tional law Is passed to make It effectual only when submitted to. and for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION Wa. favor More good reading than you will proved by a majority of the people who vote upon for 1915, will receive The Companion get in any of ihe monthly Home Calendar FREE. such regulation by law as will consolidate assessment and collection of magazines. colllectlon may be materially reduced. 'aj.es. sa that the cost of SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE (12) We condemn the enactment by the Democratic party of a large pnnnnis-- - THH HARTFORD RKI'UHMCAX AM) YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH nlllport i .lliuuxiuuc i..o, UIU ...W.W.... if ..........w. . lllullli:! til ni...n. !... imi'e iim Kr.iitlnn v. nvintisivi u. ...... nnd. ilons and tho wasteful and extravagant expenditure of money, ami wo ONK YKAK TOR ONIY $2.75. promise, if given power, to repeal all such laws, to abolish superflous ofll-cand reduce tho cost of administration to the least possible point with an economical and elucient system of government. (13) Realizing the importance to tho State of the prosperity of the farmers, we heartily approve of their legal efforts to secure better prices for the products of their farms, and pledge ourselves to assist them In alll legal ways. (14) For economic, ns well as humane reasons, we recommend that The Repurlican and Louisville Herald $1.35 tho State of Kentucky undertake to supplement and later to continue tho work ot the United States Public Health Service for tho prevention The Repthlican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.75 ut blindness from trachoma, u communicable and painful disease of the that 33,000 persons The Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 eye, from which, the last census report shows are sunering n a single seotlon of the State. 1.76 The Republican ( l.--i Wf cull attention to the vast resources of our State as yet and invite capital and labor Into the State to develop such re3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald sources. to vote upon The republican and Jjany uwensDoro (10) Expressly reserving the right of all Republicans 3.50 inquirer the question of woman's suffrage as they see lit we favor the adoption by Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 tho next General Asxembly of a resolution submitting this question to the The the election of November. 1917. people for decision at Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 (17) The Republican pary In Kentucky Is responsible and deserves The county unit law. In 1907 wo declared definitely for The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 the credit for the tho local option law with the county ns tho governing unit. In 1911 we again declared for the county unit law in accordance with the Constitution. The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 nr emit iniipil nillieronce to the county unit law... . ,, r ..w.. ii.iilf,r wit . and we do hereby endorse the present county unit law of Kentucky, and The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 and we favor the pledge ourselves to its strict and rigid enforcement, adoption of such amendments thereto as may be necessary to make It effective beyond question. STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS Black-Draug- ht Black-Drau- ght Black-Draug- ht d L5!ack-Draug- ' for - .. M .. a I i iMRgmdm vw&K&sm -- .uuic 1915 r-- '.' f ! ', - iSS -- IffeYOUTffS COMPANION) Better Than Ever the-bum- j eh con-Uste- nt OUR CLUBBING RATES. andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInquir- er ....... Address aii orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE LIV-VER- -L ti.-Pin luins lor i i SCITY Or fcRl-- nt .i;.. 7 e.3tl , rr-- ,t Sb'n "SEEANDBEE" stunner on any InbnJ wutir of t!u orl.L SUils "CITY OF BUTFALO" Mafnineem aicrmer. 'J . 8 ANn-Di- ilv. M rnoctlon. luur t'ikct "'""""' nt J . clca'-m for KUcara 1'alli rn I a'l (or t C. & n. t.lar. .SLS- Mav 1st to Dec. lit ' 1 lit-BUFF- ALO ' ! Cvu I an ro '"fS4 .. V'J: . I .r U ibiOrtMt . SMMiff f'tr W TIIC CLEVELAND . tr Mt & :7..,. CUFf ALOTKAHdlf CO.. CUrjIaod. OMo ITHOS. B. MOS6 :: and Plasterer, Decorator Contractor. : X 1 Ilimilett's C'liviilar. Mr. Ilumlctt says In his circular: "I hnvo before mo In my hands u photograph of an agreement under tho terms or which $.1,7(51.29 wns to bo paid, and was paid out or tho school S fund or Kentucky tor work done In ti various olllccs, Includingotthat of the Public Inli. olllco of Superintendent Attorney General, Adjustruction, tant Ueneral, and for the olllco or the Clerk of the Hotibo, Senate, and for other work done on tho third floor This was paid to In tho new capitol. an undertaker and paid out of the school fund of Kentucky, which the Constitution and the statutory law both require to be "Inviolate' and e Sacred.' The statement that any sum was paid out or the school fund for work dono In any olllco save that of tho Superintendent or necessary to muko an exchange of ollices so as to provide uecossary room for the records of tho ilnimrtnipnt Ih false. The statement that he held in his hands tho 'picture of a warrant for 51,800, puyablo to nil undertaker out of tho school fund of Kentucky, nnd charged to tho school fund of Kentucky for materials furnished In the "erectlou" of tho State Capitol build- - Ing and turned over to tho State Is false. Tho material used and work department dono for educational rooms THE was altering and refitting SEWING on tho third floor. The looms MA E that had been set apart tor the OF department were entirely too small QUALITY. to hold the necessary cases to hold tho records ot the olllce. The department got value iccelvcd. If that were not true of tho expenditures of Mr. Ham-le- tt SOLD no complaint would be made. Rut when ho says part of the expen- I UNDER ANY ses which he charged to the State OTHER ns Incurred in going to Livingston NAME. county to prosecute an embezzler or school funds when, us a matter of WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. fact, the court records and tho cerIf you purtliaso tlio NPW IlOMl! you will tificate of the County Attorney show tut tlio prlieyiupiiy,uud will that ho was a witness for tho de- not liuvoun tndk'ssclialiiof ri'iuln.. fendant the statement Is ridiculous. Quality Ky. Sun. NEW AX HOME Considered For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation.. Fed-righ- t nil tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps yoe when pleasant Liv- - Vtr-La- x on your feet, while relieving your troui le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Dbn't take anything elso. You can't afford it. Eliminates jioisons, cleanses sy tern and relieves constipation. A nat urul remedy, natural in itsactions, sura In Us effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long before Liv- - Vtr-La- x completely displace culomel In everl freely an home. Children can tnko it with perfect sufety. Every bottle Ruar anteed. 50c and ?l in bottles. Nona genuino without tho likeness and sljna turo of L. K. Gruibby. For salo by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky Lifetime experience with best of workmen, nnd can give any reference desired. Call mo on Hartford Mill Co., 'phono, or address me at Hartford, Ky. i . 1'or Imllufttioii. it is the Never take pepsin and preparaCheapest containing popslu or other ditions gestive ferments for Indigestion, as in the end tho more you take tho moro you will to tuv. have to take. What is needed Is a -v t Uambcrlaln's Tablets that tonlo like If you MuutaeeHluginucliluo, write far . will enable tho slomacli to perform our latest catalogue before you puri'huu-naturally, obtainable The New Hoina Sewing lMachlna Co.. Orange, Mass." its functions everywhere. -- U Ut For iiIiik In the back Ullvk' Anti-Tul- a . ro4 Ptru. n,- - 'f Thp ha Hie is on in Kentucky for good government, honest representation, square elections and fair taxation. It is a fight for an honest and economical administration of the State's government, for the enactment of just laws, the,x 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 the whole Republican ticket. If Republicans and those who stand with them for Kentucky's prosperity, honor and progress do their full duty between now and election night, there will be a tremendous victory on November 2nd for Morrow and political decency. 111 4 D Westerllehl, .Indites; IV L. Sander-fur- , will ('limine all or this. Won't you Jured, was helns brought to Keintner- - J i TPrPT TUI 0 wlilch their French allies hold. east It. VOTK TIIK RKI'IMILICAN ' Clerk; .1. II. Renfrew. tMierlff. cr on the train. I LO I 1 L !! 0 Lf. If Itiivdn.- - The Hermans are claim- Italpli Walter Mldklff. W. I TIC KM'. Sneddon's father, a prominent coal , fiuK iiiriner successes tor tneir troops Howard, Judges; L. A. Ralph. Clerk; SAVING FRIEND mine operator, was notltied, anii I In X ' rtuwest Russia and in the cou- - Joshua flrecr, Sheriff. Montliiv. J went to the depot to receive Vicars. j I'mitii'i- - HejuU- I:1Ihm. &eelor around Cwirtorysk, hut Serbia. IJulRarlans have captnr-- . Sneddon's family wore prostrated by I'lcntlss - Ueed Shipley, Jas. Shop ! il f (,'ihmI Rimtl-- n 101.:ins.rj was rollected from U Brief. HendltiK over the supposed t'd three Serbian towns, Incliiilini; I'etroitrad says that in the Northwest 'herd, Judges; (). I". Scott. Clerk; Harrowing Experiences of Vic- Vicars, the elder Sneddon was aniaz- - Uskup, an Important Junction on the-thHerman attacks were repulsed, j J. I'. Ilames, SherllT. Idles lax levied on auto The law railway, and have thus, ed and overjoyed to tlnd that he was U. T. Herbert Iturdett, Owen mild that tills money should be spent Automobile tims of I'Vanro. A bin battle Is still placed themselves across the route. in .Spurrier, .Indues; Ills win. W. 1'. Taylor, ' for the construction, maintenance . -5-- ?progress in mo region 01 i.a Courtlne, Clerk; J. S. Huff. Sheriff. l.j' which the Allies' .and repairing of the public road Accident. where the French and Hermans are u- -. fmmli tor Serbia would travel. The RecmunirniU f'hnmlieili.lii' Arnold .Mack Cook, James W. The farmers have been robbed of tho Remedy. 111 the north have be fljjlit ItiK for possession of the Her Arnold, .Indites; !'. 1.. Alford. Clerk; itooil roads that this money would liortion of which was Clarence Arnold. SherllT. "Last winter I used a bottle of. mm a more vidimus offenshv mid man Kllk'llt, have built or re paired because tho Salt Lake City, I'tnli, Oct. 24. Chamberlain's Couch Remedy for a uro much nearer a union with the, captured by the French and some Hinder Joe James, Huy Stale-part- s Democratic party unlawfully trims Thomas Sneddon, Jr., victim of harof which were recaptured later ler. Judges; Claude Myers. Clerk; I,. ferred the money to the (ieneral I'x- I felt Its bene-- ' ilulKarlan forces rowing and uncanny experiences, al- bad bronchial coukIi. by the Hermans. it. Loney Sheriff. llcial eiTect immediately and before. penditure Fund, and not a dollar of most without parallel, In an automo- I the buttle I was cured. Simmon. Jesse Hill. Huy Heavy fighting cm the ' it went or ever can i;o toward itood accident near Kemnierer, Wyo.. I had finished bile Italy. Home records further pro-- ! ney. .indites Heo. never tire of ivcomineudlUK this Russian front In the Dvinsk region ' Clerk; roads, livery time joii pass over 11 a week aifo, is reported recovering remedy to my Italians against the Harrison Crowe, Sheriff. friends." write Mr.. has brought Ha-- Germans fresh sue- - Rr'8 f"r mud hole or rut, remember wlm Word of his im.... .... . iroin hit. injuries. . . . i , William Bright, Ft. Wayne, hid. robed the road fund. Vote the He and Field Marshal von Illn-- ; "" " virions pans 01 me proved condition was received over everywhere. Hon Long Can You Allurd Tid tront. where tlie Hal publican ticket, ami when it Is elec' denburs claims to have inllicied ' Aiistro-niiiiti- n e telephone. The ily reason of useless olllces. incr,ense ed the money collected from itutnmi heavy losses on tho enemy and cup """' iir' estnblishiiiK themselves In :' en mo from Thomas Sueddnn. iu salaries, and tlie extravagance of1 bile tax will go toward the building tured y.OOO prisoners. The town of newly italned positions. .Surprise i'ln Inlay Dinner. father of the Injured man, to A. A. the present Democratic Administra- and maintenance of good ro.tds lllouket was taken after a battle On Monday Oct J. tlu children and Vwley, tnuutiKer of the Isis theilter. Chioiilf Constipation. tion,' your Slate debt at the present The younger Sneddon has an iuter-e- t nnd ueivshbtrs of Mr- - I.acinda Tay- which lasted all day and in which years uro when I be- -. time Is Increasing "About at the rate of Stolen- - From my pasture. o!,i the Iomcb on both sides were heavy. ran u.'ing two birthday din- with Veeley in the local house. lor save ii r . suri.ri-Chamberlain's Tablets I more than Jir.O.uoO per mouth, more Shropshire buck 1 yr. old. tail cut The fight lap was carried on in the Though the story of the uutouio-Iril- e -had been itifrerliiK for some lime with than $11,1100 per day, and more than very short, also one grade Ihni.liire accident that resulted in the tunino! dny, said to he. tlte saddest streets at the point of the bayonet. stomach trouble and chronic consti- $600 every working hour in the day.' ewe about i' jr. old. Crop 'it i.ir e year by philosophers and poets. injury to Sneddon and the of the pation. My condition Improved rap-Idl- y The farmer and small home owner marked at all Any informal ti mil itallnn Theater. The Italians andeath of his companion. Hed Vicars, since all nature Is engaged in pat-- j through the use of these tablets. Is compelled to pay ) per cent.' f be appreciated and rewarded nounce a 'new and brilliant succc-a- " city marshal of Diaiiioudrllle, has ting on its death robe, to be. buncU Since taking four or five bottles of WATT TAYLOR been published briefly, the account by cold icy winter's ea.brace. until n" their offensive against tho Aust- them my health has been fine." this. Stop and ennsiiii.r uhat this' ' . 11. it . I'hm. voyage rian!-, while the latter, in an off- writes .Mrs. John Xewton. Irving, N. tiirr.il to you. The ballot ot r. buke exof Sneddon's baffling and terrible the stin returns from its lo;,i icial communication, admit tlie deadperiences is yet ,10 he primed. It south, to cheer and warm its dc so- V. Ohl'ilimhle everywhere. the above the level of lute suriace and once asali: resurrect ly effect of ... Italian iartillery lire. .w- ,, i... " "ut nmu,? 4""B netr-- i to take its jilt.ee with tlte stor-le- a and bring back to life th Officers of Klrcilon. tender j"ul November 'J, 1) 15. that will long be told of r.nd srass and fragrant tlowera. In I'niiice. The eighth Hormaii '( UJkeri about. The day wes pleasantly spent In i:si Hartford- - Frank lilnck. attack iu the Uivcnchj' wood has been urnias Tatuni.. Judges: S. H. Fibs A Trie to Save the social fashion that Is to charac" T hospitality. repuhs"d for Ave days, according to CI.tk; W. D. Morris. She--- ! IT. 7 "g The accident occured while Siiod- - teristic of Keutucltlan tiie French statement. The lighting V.Vs, Ilnl,r.,,,l S. T. Itarnelt. W tor no man fn, owner of a heavy car. and Vi- -' ' F.ut time and tide J5 -X N "$& J A- -4 VY Judges; O. C. Marti... sirs, were- - returning from a duck and ere we knew it "Old Sot" was for the most part has consisted of II. although Clerfc: R. I). Walker. Sheriff. artillery engagements, hunt on Hear River. At a sharp liuttini; us iu the shadow, of the exciting was there hare been sevcraf Ileda- - (). R. Tlnsley, H. A Ralrd. turn in Nugget Canyon the car skid-du- d earth, so the hasty good-by- e leaviuj- quiet air confbatfi. Judge; Dudley Westerfield. Clerk; ' anil rolled over and down a steep the htthertiJ l n -i in. fence. l'J i:.. stsiv. 27 c i:...i J. T. Hogland, Sheriff. bank into a crwek. Sneddon was home full of love, hope and good ii-- j " in 12 in. .Sulphur Springs-- - F01170 Mlilkilf. thrown clear and escaped with a whose home we met. .c ..... Tuexlay. 'he itiilKuiis. Hexvy uclitiuc Tlce Raker, Judges; J. I". Mitchell, n wrciu-hpresent were as follows: Those fracture of theshoulder, IS iu rue 0 in. " spine and severe lacerations of thej Kuierson Uokits and wife, Allen characterizes the operations in the Clerk; Late Weller. Sheriff. " (Jin. " '2v Ji in .Mngan -- J.. II. Hilton. T. J. (Jack) bead and face, but Vicars was pi:i-- 1 (Jen try and wife. J. W. Co and wife, Balkans. The Teutonic allies and Judges; .Miller, Ronda ned under the car nnd mortally Uvron Taylor, wife and daughters, I'uljrarlnus yre still gniuiiiK Bround Crooks. . Any one luvinii 100 rods and over, 5 cent extia oil' I1 j Clerk; A. C. llaughn. Sheriff. Sneddon was unconscious Kva, Zeecy and ITuva. Lon Gentry .tpnliMi the Serbs almost Hvorywhrr-.enrshed. (inniuell J. Walter Taylor. War- - ' on above prices. All oilier lieij:! itbs of fence at for several minutes. When ?on- - and mother, George M. MuIIIen and 'mt in the soiin ?'.. French into the are.-.- and hav il- i- reu Taylor, Judges; Tom Hosey, to Sneddon he wife. Kstil Taylor, wife and sou, fcionsness returiu-prices in n portion to prices i;iveii. This- - sale la-t- s defeated .h" I'ulgarlaiv "r.t Clerk; It. ( Stewart, Sheriff. beard Vicers feebly calling for help, Frank, Dudley I'lumnier and wife. r.() days only, l rail- me at once. Cool Arthur .Miller, II and wading in water waist deep, .1. W. Tilford, wife arid son, I'ercy- - Krivohik on thw Saloniki-Nis- h ' givtlig t'lcoi A. Taylor, Judges; J. N. lierryinan. southeast o! Htnggcred to his assistance. ville, Thuriuau Taylor wife and lit w. Clerk; Jack Taylor, Sheriff. One of Sneddon's arms was use-- , tie daughter, Mollie H.. Mosco Taj-- - control of the Hin son.e forty mileGreek frmitier. North Korkpoi't S. .. Laudruiu. less and be was suffering acutely lor and little daughter. Virginia, t the north of t S. L. Fiilkerson, Judges; I'. (). from his injuries, but lie managed to Miss Lena French, Mrs. Fred l'ortcr. RFAVFD nAiU UV Champagne the I'ranee.: In Clerk; A. L. .Madifo.t, Sheridrag Vicars, whose head had re- little sou and daugttr, Virgil Uyron French are busily engaged in ward- ff". bemained above the water, from und Ornoua. Master Salem Taylor, ing off German coimter-attack- s South Roikpoit J. II. .Miles, Porneath the car. the engine of which C. S. Taylor. llwred with despurate ter Hunley. Judges; R. R. Her, C. SLADH TAYLOR. lie was unable, was still running. tiott against a section of an Itnpor- - (Terk; W. II. addox. Sheriff. however, to get the dying man out o fane salient which the French had Select J. W. Duvall, .J .M. Hat-le- r. .M"i.-f2 of tho water and up on the river, Thlrty-M- v Cents, I'or 25 previously taken. Some of their Judges; W. II. Maize, Clerk: J. forty minutes Sneddonbank. For nr. Ring's New Life Rills are now reS. James, Shnrlir. supported Vicars against the bank )bUI)pileil iu d glass bottles, trendies in tho centir have been C. S. Rle.r. f. H. fior.se marshal died, and tlurlui? cmalnIiiK "! sugar coated white captured by the Germans, but latest before tho reports are that the opposing forces Alford. Judges: Jno. 0. Keith, Clerk; ., twenty minutes of the period Mcurs. a glass C. One pill witli lor 1;. j. ('iirlstlan. Sheriff. retained consciousness und suffered of water before retiring is an average were sun iigiuing norceiy wua hi'-wHiislne- - Win. llryanl. R. If. Rains. excruciatingly. When death finally dose. Hasy and pleasant to take, a'Ufi. .rutfgefi, II, 0. Cnnvder, Clerk; Lo- came, Sneddon' wedged the body in results. Kffectlve and positive KiissJa. 'The Russians in tlie Riga m,y Thomson, Sheriff. the bank and the automobile Cheap and economical to U3e. Get a and Dvinsk regions of Northwest Has I I leaver Dam- - ('. N. Taylor, a position that It would not in such bottle take a dose he swept away .by the current, stag- i', 1,1,- - emiutln'ttlnn u'lll lw, ruttill'Ufl (fl Russia have again assumed the of- - W. II. Hocker. Judges; W. 11. Taylcii.sfTe against the Hermans, hut lor Clerk; Luther Render. Sheriff. ', gered from the stream and started ". :!G for Gc, at all the morning. Merlin asserts that all counter-ul- West Dealer Dam J. 1). Wiltoward Fossil Station to summon 1 Druggists. We're winners every time tacks there huvo been repulsed, es- - liams, Robt. Cook, Judges-,('has. -- -in tin. ri'L'l.ii. of lllonkst. when-- . Loach, Clerk; II. F. Hudson, Sheriff. r'.ml when it comes to collars Delirium Controls Vielim. Cniivinreil by Dcoociatie Te.stln.onj. ,n Uu fac(( ,)f SUI,t,rU)r f()rces l0 (ur Mcllenry - A. M. Smith, II. F. Fur live miles the injured man, ar-- j , ,,, u.mir.iu. and a hundred other things lu this most complete uid ....,. f A Render, Judges; S. J. Tlchenor. wow delirious, stumbled along the examination of this depart- - j gain of sonio ground west of Kori'ii- - Clerk; Thorpe. Sheriff. falling meanwhile. duous Jack rend, darkness men wear. 1 musi .aae .uner iiioi! ,., (!t,rlim)ls recorded by Oiilerliiuii Geo. W. Rowe, W. I. Sharp stones cut through Ills shoes 1ue.11.a more saj seen reckless or incompetent iiL)rii Igieheart. Judges; Robert I'lumnier, We not enly carry the ' anil laeerato.l Ins feet to the bone. liamlllug of the State's business and fl , ,. ' Clerk! O. I.. R.ikm., Sl.i.rtlT , When within two tulles of Fossil he; . (n.i. ,,,.,.. n ,., A.i,n...iliii l.i. best grade of collars, As I Mldtiefore, Snmllboiis J. C. Hill, Win. who was line nuiies uiouuy. met William Haywood, ' ,, there was uu cash record kept ,. MlL. v omo UIlt,e)att.s Judges; Lewis Fulkerson, Sneddon driving we have in stock all- - d;tir-abl- e an automobile. ; emit on the reiiister. and that was in- tun of Horlzia by tire Ituliiins. TlVijre Clerk; Alonzo France, Sheriff. rave Haywood an incoherent account accurate in the extreme. There were have been three hoftllo air. n.lils sizes and latest styles. K11M I'oidsi ille-- (, W. Wedding, of what had happened. Haywood bedlscrepineifr. in every settlanifiit. In (W Venice C. R. .Miller. Judges; J. W. O'Deli, " ing unable lo judge from his btory ' Ve advertise honestly. three times out of four the desk was Clerk; C. II. Cl.rden. Sheriff. V whether Vicars was dund or still bort iu mums raging from eighty to T Our business is growl.ig. ) West I'oidsvllle (1. W. Keown, TI.uimIiij. nllvn and pinned under the wrecked four hundred und eiglity dollars, and lOughiiid. car. Ho hurried witli Sneddon to Lord Lunidowiie, now Isaac Keown, Judges; W. I'. Ford, Let us serve you. not a word was n!d, und beeiulugly uXuiiget, a railroad siding, where minister without portfolio lit tlie Clerk: Joe Cheek, Sheriff. rtt' takttii to restore thb 110 aetiou S. Richards. W. II. -l- ilimvlire--W. Hrltivh Cabinet, I'll a statement In thorn Is a telephone, and scut word money I to the Commonwealth. Judges; W. H. I'hilllps. to CoUi'Vllle to have a midnight the House of Lords has voiced (lie, Curtis. satli;'y nf that these train slop and plult Sneddon cannot belief of the llritfih goveruinoiit t hut Clerk: K. K. Fiiiiua, herlff. to eart.lesne"a; up. Ht then drove at top speed to die position of the Seiblan armies Is Slnic OIlie Duff. Selh I'ayne. 1 bullore they were not. I am critical. In his iiptulou Serbia cuunoi JnUges; Oaear I'etty. Clork; Rufuu the aeene of the accident, int mllug iu met. opinion wa a that there ": tho -- oae Vic.irs. ii hold out for any grout length of Doweli. Sheriff. pluw to dofraud the State. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. f (Ihit4n - Eluu-- Miller, T. W. Dan-- 1 lime, against the preturc of the His tdewUtj. I ii!'fi that the serious uaturv of Austro-Uertnuund the Uulgurlans. lei, Judgeu; K. C. Dyers. Clerk; J.', UUr the ru;;inc(" c. ' "'" "' " ovT'ooken. London oRlclally anuounces tbu ('. Dufcglns. Biurlff. saw t imw .to '. n'Tj hi.. 1 11 in added th aritne of -- Cut'tiie . Ulltl lightllljf llillU'l'C: transport Marquette ha. Bufurtl Hudsou. A. T. ' the British :iii". i'.;-- pi.ilie rocordB." the lo bceu torpedoed In the Aegean Stu. Bell. Judeea; J. D. Holbrook, Tlork; Hit; the .:,a that nluety-tiin- o W of the pertonuet Walter Blair, Sheriff. Tl.tro it. more Catarrh la tale eectloa of ( c n.u u.i.ao limn all Mbtr dlwases put .', t!iu cswut di'l uuaccouuied tor. Hattlett" -- Oan MtUbell Clarence .ii,vilM I, .111.1 until the last fw yuan 'I'l'MigM, puitl tt your iif.utM vaili'. H'atton, Judgeu; Shown, Hoaea 'he , n HipioMl to be Incurablu. VM11 A- Xe-t- h a n. ii.s I'iirs withstanding proaeuncod the Clark; John Hamilton, 8herlif. 101 nut ill. KwblVriU uu for fiiico on any htyl MHhI lto.f-.I ui.U pri'kiYtbtd ul ri u.'Uo.ilii Roy Owen. Hofus W'U foroea which bavo I.H ..in1 I." .immunity (ulUua Ul GUI'S t. mi: in.;y 11. or Kolt . 1. ullrtlt, UrullUUaCMH 1BCHI-d atiacking them at ttany point. Hams, JudKoa; t.. M. Charlett. Clerk; tair 'dde. to oe a been ia pravtD Ctttarra . .11 a , ana the. cto.c dtptaiug En-a-t W. II. Koiilu. Sheriff. jiricy.will c(.uiD t you by tlM'u.aJI. bATlK- .ii . HalTs . '.Ill treslOMtnt. M Ceralv--L- . A. Kimble, F. toel. their desjier- in-- , ini.nufui'iured sr r. J. FAcrritJN iu., T0I0J0, Oak, Is the paur i:le h Auetro-aermuKlmbi. iudgee: i'. H. Wood, Clerk; .uim! ure on the taanut. It b It Hl- - Ben Barnard, Sheriff. uuiy. 11 acta aiiaeto; on iuu ami 'u v. louna FORDSVfLLE PLANIN6 ml COMPANY o tat'ous auriatiea ef tae system, Point PttMiaatNat Lindley, A. 'eadvar. At soma jlfer uiui IiuiuuhI oullan for any cult Ucurasr4U4 0 "glvlBR E. :ietit'nor, iudsM; L. M. Hatter. fiilla to cur. feed for uirculars ja, far from point. 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