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.' ' ihe battle is on iii Kentucky for good government, honest representation, square elections and fair axation. It is a fight for an honest and economical administration of the State's government, for the enactment of just laws, the i repeal of bad laws and the firm, but judicious enforcement of the law. It is the duty of every Republican and every citizen who believes in the square deal and in good clean honest government to get on the battle line for Morrow and thew&oleRepublican ticket. If Republicans and those who stand with them for Kentucky's prosperity, honor and progress do their full duty between now and election nighf, there will be a tremendous victory on November 2nd for Morrdw and political decency. itt. LAT NEWS I undertakes to Intervene In the w.r been County Attorney for six years pleaded guilty to the ehnrge of con- on tho side of the Allies. $ Morrow ou the fount) 1'iilt. "During the past few months, the question of the regulation of the. manufacture and sale of liquor has .Siberl.v beYoru It Is too tate , created anion our people tlie deep est Interest ami lias occasioned a )l , !nini.iv. 1io-iiaUran-i. -"Efforts of the Urlt-' (eh atui'Frpnch cotntuiuiilers to brin j help toftiberl.v beYoru It Is too tate, onnHriimiiii iirr.utiv the chief-atten-1 esl lion of thd'prapKM of the belligerent widespread and thorough discussion. Prnnrli trnoiiH In Macedonia l I' lIlls miporinni suujeci uie ue- nntt'His. have received their first taste of HutRarlan'flrte.ir Hudo Vllnndovo nd at GleVgoU, 'where they were at tacked by.an euenty numbering 40, 000 men, 'JLe fighting Is still lu progress, imt sermnns aro nenig hejped by .the; lather, which la win publican party has always taken ad vance ground, and hnd the courage In 1007, to first declare for a local option law with the county as the governing uult, and In Its last con vention It had proven true In Its uiul has stood courageously during .that entire time for the enforce ment ol the law, and the people of Ohio county, by their Interest lu his ruiupnigu, are showing tliclr apprm.il of his faithful performance of duly as a comity official. o Stolen Front my pasture, one Shropshire buck 4 yr. old, tail cut very short, also one grade Hampshire ewe about 0 yr, old. Crop left ear If marked at all. Any Information will be appreciated and rewarded. WATT TAYl.OK. Climb. Phone. C'entcrtown. Ky. , 'past blstory and was first to taken .. . ..,,.. nlnii.) T"1rt Inn1iinil4tnn it try. and rains have set In. Impeding "i"" 'am.. ...- ,...,......... .. the ciqveKiqntpf'.tJie troops and guns. , ' Party upon this vital question is as ioiiows: ' " 'The' Uepubllcan party In Ken- i tucky Is responsible and deserves the credit for the County Unit law. In 1907,' we declared definitely for Kt 'anil , WW. The Germans have, taken t'lm offensive south of Klga -and -have' forced the Russians uut M,W(V ... w , , , j ,aw w h the colln large ulimW'Ot men and some guns. ,. ' ,,,,.,. , ',',' ,2 i i, . .. ns Uie governing unit, and lu 1911, UU l.iq I .TIIUIIT, luinctvi, I, ,iJc..to we again declared tor the County I'nlt law in accordance with the con- north, whtw.they have made repeat- , .;' ..... . ,t .. . ' j vW.v . , , . . i tinned adherence to the County Unit law, and we do hereby endorse the present County Unit lnw, and we fav or tho adootiou of such amendments Kus.,la.-An imperial ukase pro- tllerel0 ' mar be neCnBsary to make clalre ;a state ihf.Moscow and In the ,t effectlve be.onil question. Moscow illstrlct Realise of riots. The T,; decimation is an honest de- foreman, Jesse V. Taylor was so Usorders,.nre said 'to be due to the ciaratlol 0iUntarily made, without lected as clerk and J. I. Clark a fact that many men are out of work nue,jce or co,rcnn. I have always sheriff of the grand Jury. that the Germans are satisfied to hold their' positions except In the ed atteiriptif'to take Dvinsk, which would spell th'e-l&jll of Riga. ',''' ' Circuit i'ourt Xote. The Ohio Circuit court convened in court hall Monday for t lie regular two-weeks' term with Judge T .!'. Ulrkhead presiding and Common wealth's Attorney Hen l. Illngo and County Attorney C. E. Smith pres ent. After an exhaustive statement by the Commonwealth's Attorney, IJen I). Rlngo, supplemented by the court, the following gentlemen were empaneled as grand Jurors, viz.: J. W. Fiener. C. K. Pollard, K. K. Ilalrd, Ell Meador, AUIon llajius. J. J. ltoberts. It. C. Stewart, Jes-e Taylor. L. K. Ward, W. C. Jlosley. J. I. Clark and II. L. Taylor. l.'si. Allison Uaynes was ilcslguntcd as ..followiiiff strikes i, Toeil)' been for the principle of the County Unit law I was for it In 190". when , It was first embodied lu a Itepubll- . '.it' Knu!nfliiy--Maj. Cen. Sir Ian Ham- can platfprm 1 was for it in 1911, ilton hn''iieeii relieved of the com- an(i helped to carry my county dele macil ofthe.ftrltish forces in the Ration for it and for its champion. i was tor.it m me election which ini- lowed and declared my allegiance to Clark, II. T. Maxwell. J) it In every county in Kentucky I E. V. Cook. ('. It. Itrnwn, DanUuellp'a.anii'cnlled home to make a report to the War Office on the Gallipoli campaign. He is to be suc ceeded by Miij.,Gen. Charles V: Cr michael Moitro, an otllccr who has seen .wide service t Another important incident on the Itritbli side of the war is the resig- The following gentlemen were em paneled as petit jurors yesterday morning for the term, viz.: T. A. Smith. W. S. Likens, O. M. IJishop. G. J. Christian, K. H. ltains, C. S. Greer, H. T. Maddox. Willis Harl. T. E. Mcquary. A. K, Wilson, F. W. It. Helslej. S. .1. Greer. was tor It when it came before the .iet Legislature for passage, and urgen the Republican members of iiiaf Legislature to support It ! II. E. Hill. T. It. Iliissell. L. It. Good- W. C. Everly. Kincheloe, I). A all. The Com'th. cubes bet for second Lee have been for it throughout Its en- day were disposed as follows: nation from tbe Cabinet of Sir Ed- tire political history, and I am for It Loyd (Gcases) continued. ward Carsoiu Hie Ulster leader, who have not been driven to its sup- Com'th. s. Israel Jones s-et for- was appointed Attorney General last port bj the exigency of political con- ward to uet Friday tor trial. May on tbp format Ion of the coali- ditions. 1 stand upon my party's tlou Ministry. His resignation. It promise, both in letters and in spirit. -as said, had been in the hands of- lUi u elected Governor ot Kentucky, Premier AacjuUh for some time. i pled go to the rigid enforcement 'maintenance and perfection of this Tlie ItaJkaas. While the Serbjaim law. the best enorts of my heartland and Moiittmegrfns" lu Northern and mind, my energy and enthusiasm. Western Serbia are strenuously con- profoundly conscious of tho gravity testing the inarch of the Austrians of my obligation and fully convinced anil Germnifi...aml on the east the that with genuiue effort this law can Serbians, nix fighting hard aginst and shall Ije made to serve its high Qulgrltiu attacks, tho Anglo-French purpose. -. 'I lie Republican CnniliduU for Cir cuit Judge. Com'th. vs. Eugene I lurrel con tinued for .service. Com'th. v.s. Hardin Tanner, con tinued for beivice, Com'th. vs. Curtis r.rewer. state ment and bit". Com'th. vs. Whalen King, contlu- Com'th. vs. Claude D.iughetry, federating to do another harm when Hie cases were called during special term ot Circuit Court last we'd; . Kuch wiis sentenced for a jeur and a day. J Mr. Marvin Miller, Owonsboro, of ficial stenographer Tor the litli Judi cial district, nnicd lu Hurliord , Moiula to looK afler his work Iti , court. . Ordinal') flnrl.et .liiv, '1'iinN, .Monday. 7th lu W. S. Liken-' vs. I. C. It. It. Co., .1. T. Carter s. Itockport Coal Co , .1 T. Carter vs. i H. L. Tuckir. Henry Aloseley s. Eu-' Us Jauies. Tuesday, Sth day Elijah Header vs. Kockport Coal Co.. W. M. Helllli I vs. John Cell, Elijah Homier vs. II. J L. Tucker, C. It. Wade, et al., vs. ( Mrs. Ida Hell Evans. &c W. M. Warden vs. Supervisors Ohio comity, K.illie Warden s. Supervisors Ohio J county, J. M. Torreuco vs. .las. I. ' Tnjlor, Albert It. Oberst. guardian, j s. It. I'erry Kirk. Flora Hudson vs. ' The Williams Coal Co. SAVE S'Jd.llll NOW! S.'ifi.OO pab for a Full Diploma $7.". 00 Ilookkeeplng or Shorthand Course. TIME UNLIMITED, if jou enroll on or betore No ember 1st. Write today Tor catalog and ?L'0.00 discount coupon No. 19. Address II. O. KEESLLNC, I'res. ltryanl v- Stratum Hus. College. 14t., Louisville. Ky. The Silent Judge. Coniplon. K). "The grand Jurj which has been investigating alleged frauuilb in the recent primary, has reported that It did not llud any Ir regularities except in the Stillwater precinct, in which lrto-seen more Mites were gien T. It. Tjr.i, the noiniiiee tor Kepreseiilatlve. than he had received, and John linker, the other candidate, was not gUen 111.' number of oles thai were cast for him. Indictments were relumed against S. C. Rose, the Republican Judge 'John Chambers, the Democratic sher iff, and Frank Dunn. Democratic In spector, charging them with fraud ulently changing the result of tin- i vote In the Stillwater precinct. Courier Journal." j The Circuit Judges in Louisille. Richmond. Winchester, llarbourvllle. uilliauisburg. I'lnevllle, Comptou. g Owensboro's j Foremost CLOTHING HOUSE WANTS YOUR BUSINESS THIS FALL. Large and well assorted Stock of Men's, Young Men's and Boys1 Suits. Overcoats. Raincoats, Hats, Shoes. Trunks, Valises and Furnishings. We refund railroad and bus fares, not to exceed 5 per cent of purchase. Mail orders receive prompt and careful attention. We prepay postage on orders of $1.00 or more. t ' Georgetown and a number of other forces toi the. b'ojith are declared In unoHicial rp'pbrtfl' to bo making pro sress In JlililrJrts lo bring relief to tfyelr bitrra&scvl'Vllles. Doth ller lln and Vienna assert that their troop-, an.d'tb6$o of Uulgariu are niahiug nrogret-H in their campaign in Serbia', but' a traced .., tin. maps "' Is maMne a manly, energetic rucejhiI0ollK Jtt random this vproress . h, slow. , continued for servlco. Com'th. vs. Will Duke, (Senses), ruled to appear before court on Thursday, Hh day. Com'th. vs. Robert Hlllard, con Muued for frorvlce,. Com'th. vs. Chester l.ovil ilcfanlt l.wlr... I Vl ''atortV .OM.H.lfla ,ftf . . . - .. - .. . . . ... ". ""h" .,., WU..U.U...V. .w. juiinineni ior 20 lor oisiurmng re ami allow ineir lriemis to go uiipun- Circuit Judgo In this District, was , iKoas, worship .and contiuued in Ished. Aro o to go through all the circulating among hs many friends I cns(,s charging him with carrying dnjs. weeks and months from August In this count' durng the pabt week. I concealed a deadly weapon and ; 7th to November 2nd with fraud and efendant not , corruption crying to high Heaven. ami n is premcteu inatne win carrj answering, recognisance foifelted. with the press ami the peoplu clam- Ohio county by a handsome inn- Com'th. vs. Sam Mosley. (2(irliig for an investigation and the places Instructed the (J rami Juries on tho August primary, but Judge lilrkhcad is as silent as the tomb stones in Klntwood cemetery. What are circuit Judges for anyway. To punish those that they wish punished In Hast nail Wo-t. Artillery bombardments mid fighting by means of baud grenadcy nine been the sole method:! of wurfare along tho French line; ulillc oii'tlie'Hussiau trout the attempt of Field .Marshal von Hiu deuburg to'punh through to Dvlnsl; lias bniughl Qut ilip hardest tight, big. ff 'v ' Tnar-l,ty. On FiMor'n Vout. Willi a great amount Af artillery the Germans have conctfiitratcd )argu forces south of Iliga, and a stubborn battle has been in progress 'jievvwluiays. The situa tion is conbideYcd by the Russians is moie .serious than for a long time, and again' there- Is talk of evacua tion of UiH,Ut lliv military. Cien. ivanoff. at Uio other end of the east ern trout', has Item striking hard at the middle. Stjr mid along thu fringe ol (itilicla still 4i Russian control. There is report that the Ausdrhins liavo uvucuutci! C'jarnowlU. i The llaJkniis.--Thc Austro-Oer-iians and Hulgarians are advancing ill iiIqiir tho various fronts, but not as rapid lj as was anticipated. Ar mies liae been sjiread over a wider front, Ilerlin reporting that they aru advancliiK'west of Uelgrade. It I Jt,r"' i cases), continued for service. Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's uio i)eup. ui mi-, tuuiii- me 1.1- com'th. vs. Everett Uuy. (I cases) Attorney as unlet as a .Muv niornitii:. Kissinger, cliued to hold Judge Ulrkhead to his continued promise made to them twelve years. Coni'tli. vs ago mat iib wouin not uo a cantii- lu., for j,crvice. date for the third term. It is con- Com'th. vs. Willie bidered that tve'lve yoars in olllce statement and off. itb a reniuner.it Ion of about $50.-, Coin'th. vs. Lawrence Jonts, same 000 Is enough for 'any olio man In .order. tho same position: and is enough to , Com'th. vs. William Render, dls- compeusate tho Judge for all that he ' missed. claims to have done for the peo- Coin'th. V-. Oohlle Royal and plo during that time. Fanule I!.ile. slateinent and olf. Judge Slack would make an ex- Com'th. vs Otis Anient, continued cellent Judge. He Is an able lawyer for service. and an eminent jurist ami bears tlu-J Coin'th. vs. Klzlo Allen, statement reputation of being one of tho broad- uiul off. et minded and fair men at the Ow- Coin'th. vs. l'orttr F.vans. contin-c-iisburo bar, He has heretofore net- ucd tor service, ed as special Judge and bus shown Com'th. vs. John Render, contlii hluttelf eminently quallfled for the U.,i, position he seeks,, and In that capae- 'n,L. following were coutliiued for (.going on in the even tenor of their Archie Autry, contlu-! wuy as though no election had been iii'iii, us iiiiiiiKu no minify uau neeu service: Com'th. vs. Fred Sweeney, John spent, as though no whiskey and been bought, distributed und drunk ns though no young men had ever been tempted, when a contest Is filed it Is ruled out on u tecuacality ami the charges ignored and on tliey go us though nothing had happened out oj the .ord'lmiry. A great Judgo would have called a special grand Jury and would have gone to the bot tom of the dirges. A small Judge would take the olllce any way he could gut II. We suppose that lliev think that tliey have Kruest Howell to change the election precincts, und tho pollen to visit every polling place in the Everett Guy, city lu violation of the City ordi- N'elhou, Mrs. cases ) , Arthur Ity has received the hearty common nation of all those who appeared lu his court.. 'Geo Ford. I.011 I.lndsey (: f...l...k CI..M' lll.n T'.l Hn....t t. r.. ..... . . . .. ... . .iiiubu uiiiii. nu iii, .,wiii', nueioy .uorris. ira iook, opposed to the corruption of voters Duncan. either by uionev or whiskey. Like Com'th. vs. S. C. Robb, reported Mr. Morovv he favors the passage of dead stricken olf. a strict Corrupt Practice Act, ami if Coin'th. vs. Murray Maddov. con- bo Is olected Judge it is certain that tinned. such an act. if passed by Uio leglsla- Harrison Maddox relieved from . t tiro would bo rigidly enforced. custody on his own recognizance. Tho third term Idea is strongly t Same orders as to Jesso Ashford. .condemned by a majority of the vol- Com'th. vs. Reed Hurt et ni ls claimed tho the Ilulgarlaus liavoCrs of Ohio county. Reed Hurt and Ueckhum Fentress, capturod vuJ.ihi Tope, und aro ad- While In Ohio county Judgo Slack charged with disturbing religious viinclng toward Kumaiiovu. Tliey mudo a number ot sneeches. nil of wnmhin. k.ipIi miter..,! niiv. ,,f ........ ...... . which were attended by a largo num- guilty and fined $5 and costs. . bur of voters who manifested an In in Milium, -The dally Telegraph terest In his campaign. Ho wan ao Jailer Herbert Mldklff took Oscar, tho Biiternul Gods wo propose to do announced t.iut Great Uiituln had companied lu each Instauce by Hon. Taylor, Klile Allen and Kstlll Ful- lt. nuidv a- formal offer of tho Island of e. K. Smith, candlduts for Common- kerson to tap penitentiary at Kddy-1 Wait the results. Oweasboro Cunts to 0rfi.ee :s soon as Greece wealth's Attorney. Mr. Smith has villi? last Saturday. They ' each Now. WILE BROS. Owensboro, Ky. V;SrSV&SSStf A Card to Owners of Rural Telephone Lines We are anxious to see that all lines ownecj fyf other parties and connected with us are kept in such condition as to furnish efficient service. Where the owners of rural lines are responsible for their upkeep, we want to co-operate with them. All lines require a thorough overeauling occa sionally if the best service is to be obtained. We recommend that every line connected with us be overhauled at least once a year, and that at least one experienced telephone man assist in this work. The cost of this work when divided among all the patron of the line, makes the amount paid by each man small, and this cost will be more than offset by the improved service. If the owners' of rural telephone lines in this sec- v tion are experiencing trouble with their service, we will appreciate their talking the matter over with our Manager or writing us fully. We will gladfy do what we can toward helping you improve the con- i dition of your line. CUMBEULAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1JOX 111. 0WENS150UO, KY. ( Jim f took 2,000 prisoners. mince uud the llremeii to do like wise. They can assess each police man SIT). 00 mid other city emplojes In proportion, ami thuy think they can do as they please. Tho peoplo bo damned. Hut the peoplu will liavo a say on the 2nd. duy of Nov ember, and they will vote the secret ballot, and wo Imagine that they will say to the peoplo that you can not corrupt tho ballot, you can use mon ey and whiskey Jn order to get tho nomination; you can send tho pollcu and firemen to tho polls to Intimi date tho voters, but there aro enough unbribablo and unperchnscablo vot- Sheriff S. O. Keown and Deputy ( era to control this country and by J r,. a. T.. . bf tUAL r-KILt UN HU0F1NG Freight puitl to your iieniest niilmtul station. Write u& for prices on any style Rletiil Ihiof iug, or Kelt lioofing you may med, and our j i rice will come to you bv first mail SATIS FACTION ISl'ABANTKED. : FORDSVILLE PLAINING MILL lacorpariJ Jnkc WIlMon. iMfer. COMPANY FORDSVILLE. KY. CAW OX THK HAUTFOKD lUII'l'llIJCAX UU PIMJ PRI.NTIjya.