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XXV11L MINERS REFUSE )& Itariffld fUjwtMteim DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 45 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1916. will bo distributed among the farmJUDGMENT ers who havo purchased them. In TO CONCENTRATE thirty-fou- r heiftho shipment were ers nnd ono bull. All were registerIN MILLER CASE ENTIRE FORCES ed Holstelns nnd had been subjected to the tuberculin test. Tho cattle were bought by County Agent W. J. The Plggott and they cost $2,500. AFTER DELIBERATING TWO AND MOBOLI7.ED TROOPS 80,000 raising of dairy cattle promises to F HOURS JURY ALONG THE MEXICAN become an extensive industry in McFINDS FOR PLAINTIFF. BORDER. cracken county. $5,000 Day. In proportion to membership tho nttendanco there was up to the standard. An $85,000,000 FOR OWNERS' OFFER six thousand men may - uk forced out ok employmi:nt. Interesting Children's Day pro- ONE-HAL- - TURN DOWN ULTIMATUM Capitalists To Open Illg Mlno Near Moormnn. MILITIA IS ORDERED OUT CASE WILL BE APPEALED Island, Ky., May 9. S. T. Den-so- n, or Adairvlllc, and some Chicago gram was carried out at the Meth odist church Sunday morning at the Sunday School hour, which accounts for the attendance of 20S and the SENATE PASSES FEDERAL ATD BILL TO ASSIST STATES IN collection of $10.39. A splendid HIGHWAY BUILDING. choir, assisted by violins, cornet and clalronet, made enjoyable music. The music was under the'dlrectlon of M. Bean. A short talk by Pastor Na- $1,510,000 FORKENTUCKY" pier was an addition to the program. Will Bo Great Help to niue Gra State Provided' She Puts Up Like Amount. ROAD BUILDING capitalists havo leased 900 acres of Uy n Vole of 3I to 2 Conference coal land In the neighborhood or DeAt Central City Hcfuwcs Moorman, and Intend to start jvork mands of Operators. lntho near ruture In opening ono or the largest coal mines in this section or the state. Central City, Ky., May 0. Dy a The plan or tho company Is to have voto of 39 to 2, delegates from the an opening on Oreen River and also forty-on- e local unions of District No. connect with the Loulsvlllo & Nash'23,' United Mlneworkers of America, ville railroad near Moorman. Reports decided to turn down an ultimatum say that thecompany will put in a Issued to them by tho Western Ken t lino or river boats and will load their tucky Coal Operators' Association. coal on barges ror Memphis and New A- report will bo made to tho operaOrleans and also ship by rail. Men tors In Louisville May 11, and unless are at work now drilling for best lothe operators yield C.000 union coal cation to sink tho first shaft. Sunlners In Western Kentucky will bo thrown out of employment. Ask your neighbor who has a MAThe meeting of delegates hero to- JESTIC, which Is the best range day followed an open convention at made; then come to our SPECIAL which nctlon was decided on. If tho MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION operators' association refuses to re- week or May 8 to 13th and let tho new the present wago Bcalo and pres- man rrom tho factory show you why. ent working conditions, miners will E. P. BARNES & BRO., attempt to make agreements with InBeaver Dam, Ky. dividual operators, whether members or the association or not. Tho miners say they will also continue to report for work at all mines and compel the CONVENTION SEATS operators to tako Initiative In stopping work. MAY SELL FOR $100 I - I I f New York Scale Urged. Seventeen of tho delegates present stood out for demanding tho Now York scale, which would mean nn Incrcaso of C per cent., but a majority voted to hold out only for the present scalo on account of competing nonunion counties In Western Kentucky. Tho lockout which tho operators say will como will affect Muhlenberg, Ohio, Daviess, Union, Henderson, Webster nnd McLean counties principally. The conference of the miners was railed to order In tho Glsh opera-hous- e at 10:30 o'clock. President Pollock Introduced W. O. Smith, chairman of tho Scale- - Committee, who reviewed tho Joint conferences of March 21, April 4 and April 25. He then read tho ultimatum of tho operators, offering tho old wago scalo but entailing conditions which, ho said, amounted to a reduction. Ho asked that tho committee bo authorized to demand tho old wage scale and the old working conditions. Federation Against Strike. John L. Lewis, of Springfield, 111., representing tho American Federation of Labor, and Adam Wilkinson, of Montana, a National Executive s, Doard member of tho United Mlno-worker- FIFTY DOLLAR TICKETS. FOR PUBLICAN SHOW GO TOO FAST FOR COMMITTEE RE- asserted that the treasury of tho national organization had been doplcted by strikes, In West Virginia, Vancouver Island, , Colorado and Eastern Ohio. Both men advised against a strlko In Western Kentucky, provided present conditions may be maintained. However, they urged the miners to stand on their present wage3 and working conditions with assurances of nld If needed. ference bo held In Loulsvlllo May 11. He said that ho had conferred with Western Kentucky operators and lenow that employes of 1,000 miners would sign tho old contract immeHo believed that operators diately. employing 2,500 men would sign up within a week. Ho advised that further negotiations with tho Western Kentucky Coal Operators' Association bo dropped, nnd thoso operators who would agree to tho old scalo bo signed up at onco. W. D. Duncan, vlco preshlent of District No. 23, disagreed with Mr. Pollock on breaking off negotiations. Ho asked tho convention to empower its commltteo to turn down tho ultimatum, but to meet tho operators May 11 in Loulsvlllo for a final conference Bhould that fall, Inlie advised making contracts with rs' President Pollock, or District No. 23, stated that ho did not concur In the recommendations or tho Scalo Committee that andthor Joint con- dependent operators. Paducah, to-da- y Holstelns For Kentucky. ICy., May 9. Two of Holsteln cattle arrived here from FL Atkinson, Wis., and Bold. car-loa- Chicago, May 9. Managers of tho Republican national convention to be held here the week of Juno 7 havo a serious situation confronting them In regard to the sale of tickets. The seats have been placed on sale at $50 each and the demand has far exceeded the available supply and It has been suggested that It will be necessary to raise tho price to $100 or possibly higher In order to stop the rush for reservations. The committee has been allotted 2,200 tickets, which, at $50 a ticket, would be more than enough to meot tho $100,-00- 0 guarantee made to securo the convention for Chicago. Seats for tho Progressive party convention havo been placed on sale at prices ranging from $10 to $25. Owing to the holding here at one time In Juno of the Republlcan.-Pr- o gresslve nnd Woman's party conventions, with their thousands or delegates and visitors, Chicago's housing facilities will bo severely taxed, most of tho delogates to the first two named conventions havo been provided for by the local comlttees, but tho women delegates, their visitors and those who will tako part in tho sut-rraparndo and demonstration are finding it difficult to obtain accommodations. Mrs. George Bass, chairman of tho hospitality for tho suffrago parade, said today that plans had practically been completed for tho housing or all tho womon who may wish to come, but various kinds or sleeping places at widely scattered locations will be used. Mrs. nass is now negotiating for track space where tho special trains from various points may stand, soj that tho women can sleep In tho cars. no rooms There wero practically available for tho women In tho down-- 1 town noieis, uui uu uvuuuuiu In tho outlying hotels has been ro served. "Wo will probably havo a camp In Grant Park, which will house 1,000 women," Mrs. Bass said, "and 2,500 more will bo able to get rooms In Chicago hotels. Tho women from down state, from Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin will bo asked to return home the night or tho parade. It has been an almost unsurmounta-bl- o task to And places ror the liun-dreor womon who are coming from farther east, south and west." The special suffrage hat which will bo worn In tho parade will be placed on sale in 700 millinery stores on May 20. The hat was described as beln$ mado of "white straw, partly covered with" white moire ribbon and with a cockade of purple, white and m. ( ds 1... Guard of Texas, New Mclco and Attorneys For Talor Coal Co. Not Notice to Teachers. Satisfied With Verdict Other Arizona In Service May Call The next and last examination for Circuit Court Notes. Kentucky Regiments. common school diplomas ror this year will be held at Hartrord and Fordsvllle on Friday and Saturday, After deliberating about two and May 12 and 13, 1910. Washington, May 10. Virtually hours the Jury sitting in the The first examination for teachers tho last American troops In the U. S. one-ha- lt were being mobilized today ror Mex- Don Miller's admr. vs. Taylor Coal certificates (white), will be held at ican border service. With the nat- Co. case round the plaintiff damaged Hartford on Friday and Saturday, ional guard or three states, they to the extent of $5,000. The attor- May 19 and 20, and for colored apwere under orders to hasten to reln-rorc- e neys for the coal company are not plicants on Friday and Saturday, General Funston's army. The satisfied with tho verdict and an ap- May 26 and 27. Please let all those total or between nlno thousand and peal Is certain. This Is the second Interested be ready. Sincerely, ten thousand Included eleven comp- time the case has been tried In Ohio OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. anies or coast artillery ordered out Circuit Court, the Court of Appeals granting the defendant a new trial. last night by Secretary Baker. All children are invited to be at military agreement Plaintiff was given $2,000 damages The proposed our store on Tuesday between 3 and between tho Carranza and American In the former hearing. Don Miller died about a year ago 5 In the afternoon. We have a governments remained unsigned and Gen. Osborne, Mexican war minister, and plaintiffs, his estate, claim that pleasant surprise for them. Watch arter a three hour discussion with death was due to tuberculosis caus- our advertisement In this paper. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Gen. Scott last night arranged ror ed- by "an injury received whon a Beaver Dam, Ky. mulo In the Taylor Coal Company today. Btltl another coherence H the situation warrants, national mines ran away. Many fine points guards of other states will be called of law were Involved and the. case out for border patrol duty, officials has attracted considerable Interest FORMER HARTFORD Secretary Baker stated, In the section of the county In which declared. however, that, no rurther mobiliza- the accident occurred. BOY GUARDS BORDER Following is tho verdict and tion or orders are contemplated the Jury: "We, of the for the plaintiff and fix report, were received, Jury-fin- d Unofficial (Signed) Mack CAPTAIN PERRY KEOWN ORDER- that Mexicans algng the entire bordv damages at $5,000. ED OUT WITH NEW MEXICO er had planned foi'today a concerted Cook, foreman; O. S. White, D. B. NATIONAL GUARD B Wallace, J. S. Benuprising. From "fcigzatlan on tho Bartlett. J. coast or MexIccFcdtrie word' that nett, John H.j1 Davis, C. A. Crowe, west Mm nnnaiil thern had"Vbeen warned br Lud Grant, Bob Qulssenberry." The following is taken rrom the' Attorneys ''for the plaintiff were anonymous letfers that, the consulate Clovls (New Mexico) Journal. The M. Woodward, Hartford; B. D. would bo blown up. A)HAmerlcans E. defend- - Capt. Keown spoken of Is a former w'ero urged to, leave Mexico wunin Rlngo, Owejisboro. For the & Slm- - Ohio county boy, the son of Mr. and 48 hours. T hese report&AHjcwased antsTH. PTaylor and Glenn Mrs. Cal P. Keown, of Hartford. The igBtnuauin 'tXartfnrri. anxiety overVtteu. BltttaPaHfe Mexico Mtlltla was ordered out . officials today, ,. n-- .n,ntmn .fiffW President Wilson Tuesday and It ...w.w . F.invim comnanies or coast artillery i r uucj vaic ,o. is supposed that Captain Keown and stationed at gult and Atlantic coast ditch verdict or Jury for defend- his company are now guarding the vs. on nosts were ordered to San Antonio, i ants. C. R. Rhoads, et al., Mexican border: Tex., last night to serve as Infantry motion for ditch demurrer filed "Capt. Keown of the local company Alford and under submission. P. L. with tho border patrol. K of the New Mexico National set rorward to vs. G. W. Gentry Total of 80,000 Troops. Guard, has received Information, it Including 'the troops ordered out Thursday, 10th day. (not called at is understood, trom official sources bo nearly 45,000 press hour). A. P. Kelly vs. Sam today, there will to the effect that his company may soldiers, perhaps 50,000 along tho Necl passed. Albert Oberst, guar- momentarily expect orders to entrain Hudborder or In Mexico, according to tho dian, vs. Perry Kirk and Flora for border service, which report has best available figures here. The war son vs. Williams Coal Co. set called for prompt preparation on the to Wednesday, 9th day. (not part department has declined to publish of the boys .or the local' compaactual numbers but with the entire yet called.) T. M- - Jones vs. Lee ny, who have donned the khaki and mobile army except five troops of Duke yerdlct ot Jury ror plaintiff. are drilling earnestly tor the emercavalry under Gen. Funston's com- Bogg Key vs. I. C. R. R. Co. on trial gency. " The local company Is comdismand In addition to the 4,000 or Alex Bennett vs. Clyde Ralph posed entirely or white boys which more guardsmen and the several missed, settled fact has led to the belief that should Owens-borAttorney Albert Oberst, of thousand recruits who are being for any ot the companies ot tho NationThursday. attended court warded to the regular regiments as al Guard of the state be called for Atter attending tho court Tiere sev- border service that Company K fast as they are mustered in, the Hon. Ben D. United States has a considerable eral days this week would be ampng the first called uparmy strung out along tho l.soo Rlngo returned to O.wensboro yes- on. Many lnllstments have been terday. miles of International line. made within the past two days, C. W. Arnold, Charley Bratcher bringing Army officers anticipate a great the number In the company have been spirit of enlistment in tho national and Oscar Stewart up considerably, and creating a liveas petit Jurors. guard In tho three states because of ly Intesest in Its work." the chance or actual service. Tho Is When buying an article that rpclmonts aro now at peace strength. RIDERS ARE pays TWO NIGHT GIVEN VERDICT RY JURY Under tho Interpretation placed on supposed to last a liretlmo, it SURE. the law, tho states aro required to re- to oxamlno It carefully and be bo at' Madlsonvllle, Ky., May 10. W. cruit them Immediately to full war An expert from tho factory will strength and to send tho recruit for- our store for ono week, commencing H. Peterson and Hollle Jackson, men May 8, to show you why you need buy under Indictment as a result of a ward as fast as they aro sworn In. but once It you buy a MAJESTIC raid ot night riders on negroes at range. THOUSANDS WALK OUT Carbondale In tho fall of 1914, in E. P. BARNES & BRO., OF CHICAGO FACTORIES which George Long, nine year old neBeaver Dam, Ky. gro boy, vas shot and killed, were Chicago, May 9. Thousands or found guilty in circuit court here toAMONG THE CHURCHES. men wero added today to the list of day and were given rrom ono to two years In the penitentiary. thoso on strike here. Fairly Good Attendance at Schbols t Six hundred cutters of tho Day. oh Workers quit, Attention, Farmers: Garment Wo havo a stock or Farm Implethrowing tho trade Into, confusion. Tho call for a largo attendance by ments consisting ot Blue Bird Plows, thousand employes of local Three was tanneries walked out. Thoy demand the Sunday School Association many Vulcan Chill Turning Plows, Peg per cent In answered In Ohio county nnd Jr. inrrnnso of forty-fiv- e Tooth and Disc Harrows, Corn Drills, "" ""- ,!, t sleeper broke tho habit Cultivators and anything else In the wages, having aecuneu u cumin uu..a0 a would-b- o and arose earlier than usual Sunday Implement llnd. We also havo three offer of thirty per cent. employes of tho Chi- morning to bo among thoso present Weber Road Wagons and one RunFive hundred cago Screw Company demanded high- at tho school ot his choice. So far about Buggy. All this will be sold however, on regular terms. Don't forget wo er wages and shorter hours, and 300 as could bo ascertained, along the still handle the established Jones' employes ot tho Peter Schuettlcr few records were broken quit for tho same attendance Hue. Brand Fertilizer. Wagon Company W. E. ELLIS & BRO., reason. atMethodist The Harttord, Ky. Centertowii Tho strlko ot employes ot the InHarvester Company conn tendance at the Centertown Methodternational Card of Thanks. ist Sunday School Sunday, according tlnued. Five hundred employes out to an enthusiastic worker, was one We extend our thanks to our to work, but walked hundred, which bespeaks well for rrlends for their sympathy shown us again whon demands ot their In the loss ot our dear mother and were retused. The demands that school. Wo graudraothor, Mary Mercer. shop, and this included the dosed at the also thank the donors of the beautiBaptist The attendance was promptly retused. Hartford Baptist Church Sunday ful floral pieces and Rev. Napier for was 93. his kind and consoling words, and When you come to Hartford don't School Sunday, morning J, F. Casebler for the efficient mandon't "forget the forget the place, 25" cents. the Chris- ner In which the funeral was con attended ChrIstlaRTr-5price. A good meal tor THE FAMILY. ducted. tian School on CITY RESTAURANT. per-sonel- 'ot Washington, May 8. Under the terms of the revised bill, providing" for Federal aid In the construction of" rural post roads, that passed the Senate today, Kentucky will receive a generous amount during the each of the Ave years for which the appropriation Is carried. Or the $5,000,000 to be expended by the Federal Government during tho next fiscal year, for road Improvement work In the several states, Kentucky's share is $100,000. During" the second year when $10,000,000 la to be spent, the State's apportionment Is $201,200; during the third year, tho State Is scheduled to receive $301,800 of the $15,000,000 to be expended; during the fourth year $402,400 Is Kentucky's share of and for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, when Is to be spent the State Is to receive $503,000 for .road building , purposes. Kentucky's Share. sA The apportionment to Kentucky and her sister States Is made on the bases of area, population, and tho mileage or rural delivery and star Kentucky embraces 40,181 routes. square miles; her population Is said to be 2,289,905 and she has 20,769.-9- 4 miles ot rurai delivery and star routes. As a result, the State .is scheduled to receive 2.012 per cent, of the Federal app6rt!onment; pro-vlded, ot course, she compiles with the provisions of the proposed law. Credit Plan Defeated. The bill, known as the Bankhead Good Roads Bill, was passed without a record vote. It provides $85,000,-00- 0 In construction of post roads, contingent upon an equal expendiStates. A fight, led by" ture by-tSenator Smoot, of .Utah, 40 extend the credit of the United States to the States for construction of roads was tost 47 to 20. The bill appropriates $5,000,000 for the year ending June 30, 1917, with Increasing appropriations until 1921 when the entire amount is to have been spent. The money Is to be apportioned by the Secretary of Agriculture, according to tho terms of the bill. Senator Nelson, of Minnesota, and Senator LlppUt,- - of Rhode Island, clashed in the closing moments of the debate after the Rhode Island Senator had Introduced a taUe showing that three Eastern States, New York, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts would contribute through their taxes of the entire remore than one-ha- lf venue appropriated for roads. West Enriching East. "I have heard so often that certain States pay more than their share of tho Income tax, that I am getting tired of that," Senator Nelson stated. "Tho Eastern Stntes aro able to pile up tho great fortunes because they" draw on tho Western country for it. They havo not got this money from Europe, but from us consumers in the West, and I am getting tired of their objecting to pay back a small portion of It to the people of tho West." The measure Is a substitute for the Shackloford bill, which passed tho House, providing that not more than $25,000,000 should be appropriated annually by the Federal Government. $25,-000,0- 00 he ' y 1 tvTFrT?":7 ,.,'. '"'" ja'" ... , tor-wa- rd o, ed -- Amal-pnmnt- ed .... - com-mltt- oo Fow people know it, but a defective range is a steady drain on the family purse. A range expert; who will have charge of our MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION, week ot May 8 to 13 will show you how to reduce household expenses. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. Notice To Housekeepers, Buy Ellis Milling Co.'s Blue Ribbon Flour. Every sack, contains a coupon which entitles you to ft. piece at Wholesale ot Aluminum War price, 8 thorities In tho past outbreak would STORIES FROM THE not bo encountered In dealing with any futuro .occurence of the disease. AMERICAN HISTORY Tho veterinarians, howover, will not for somo watchfulness abate their Dip to Prevent Scab Sheep owners nhould continue for tlmo. Examination of animals and for Import AliKXANDEK HAMILTON'S DEsome years to dip their flocks nt least animal products offered precaution against will continue to bo unusally strict. FENSE OF THE FREEDOM OF onco a year as a FARM DEPARTMENT ablo appeal to tho Jury for treo speech aro frequently quoted In cases in which an appeal Is mado for tho frco-doof tho press. Loulsvlllo Evening Post. Mcllcnry Delinquent Sellout Tux 1913, E. G. Burton Heirs ono lot, J. L. Burton, agt. .. .$ 1914, Samo 1915, Samo 1913, Mrs. Mary Cargal, 10 List. m iLfOTELi WASHINGTON Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. w- hid profenston la lllttP Will practice and adjoining counties. ComtnerciaJ and Criminal Practice a Specialty. T. WAUE8THATT0N Cromwell, Ky. OTTOO. MAIlTIN Unrtliird, Ky. sheep scab, according to specialists In tho department. During the past 10 years systematic efforts to eradicate this dlscaso havo been so successful that there Is a tendency on tho part of many flock masters to believe that all danger of loss from this cause is nt an end. This, however, In the opinion of tho department, is not tho case. It is true that tho economic losses from the disease at the present time are insignificant, but scab has riot been completely eradicated, and It Is necessary for the protection of the Industry that dipping bo continued for some time to come. tho Common scab was formerly greatest drawback to tho sheep Industry In tho United States. It Is, however, easily controlled by regular or nicotine dipping In and sulphur solutions. These are tho only preparations recognized by the Bureau of Animal Industry for official dipping. Tho dipping solutions are not difficult to handle, and every sheep owner Is urged to make certain by their use that sheep scab does not gain a foothold in his flock. In tho cost of dipping, labor, fuel, and the necessary materials aro tho principal items. These vary with different localities, but in tho large sheepgrow-in- g sections of tho West It has been calculated that sheep may be dipped per head. for from 2 to 3 Two dippings, from 10 to 14 days apart, are necessary In order to Insure the complete destruction of all tho mites which cause the diease. The first dipping should kill all those that are hatched but may not destroy the eggs that have been laid In tho wool. These hatch In 10 days and the mites which result will succumb to the second dipping. In this connection a new publication of the department, Farmers Bulletin 713, points out that It is a loss of time and money to dip sheep unless the work is done properly, and any attempt to encnomlze time, labor, or money by using the dip in weaker proportions that recommended, or by hurrying the bath, or by falling to dip all of the flock, may result in rendering the whole operation useless. lime-sulph- THE PRESS. , 4.18 4.T8 Marketing Hors. In order to market to tho best advantage, either In carload lots on Tho royal Governors of Now York tho open market tr In small droves wero having a stormy tlmo of It durto tho country shipper or to tho local quartor of tho sevenpacker, hogs ought to bo made to ing the first appear at their best. They should teenth century, and complaints as to be well bred so as to bo of good form tho conditions that existed could only and all bo of the same size, conse- bo heard through the public press. quently should have been farrowed On November 5, 1733, John Peter na nearly ns possible at the samo Zenger, a printer, who had learned time. They ought to show as much tho art In the establishment of Willthrift, quality and finish ns posslblo iam Bradford, began the publication and all be of tho samo color. of n paper called the Now York Tho question of color Is of greater Weekly Journal. This paper was tho Importanco than Is generally realized. organ of tho party that waa opposed black ones may, by their presence, detract almost as much from tho valuo of the drove as they Individually aro In a drove of mixed color worth. differences In size are much more than In a drove of ono color. If there Is a small white hog In a drove of black ones ho will surely be noticed, but If there Is a small black ono In the same drove he may be overlooked. Hogs should bo shipped so as to reach the market in the morning in tlmo to bo watered and fed before tho best part of the market Is over. This time varies with prevailing conditions, but is between 7 and 11 a. m. In order to have them at their best on the market, the animals should not be overfed and should not have laxative feed before shipping. Caro must be taken also not to allow them to drink too much water. It Is better to give them a moderate ration of dry feed before starting them to market and give them some ear corn in tho car. The car should be well bedded with wheat straw in winter and with sand Wheat straw is better in summer. than oat straw for bedding In a car In which hogs are to bo shipped, as the animals will not perspire so much, which causes them to become wet and steaming and detracts much Sand In from their appearance. summer Is cooler than straw. When arriving at tho market the hogs should be dry, lively and not too gaunt. Farmers Home Journal. nt 4.18 InTa'rc'lty"whefTfood 'hotels A few white hogs In a big drove of to tho Governor of tho province, and was powerfully supported by Chlof Justice Lowls Moris, Rip Van Dam and James Alexander. About a year after Its establishment Zenger was Imprisoned, by an order of tho coun cil, on the charge of publishing falso principally and seditious libols, through 'lampoons and pasquinades that attracted wldo attention, which contributed greatly toward lossenlng tho bonds between England nnd the colonies. The grand Jury beforo whom his caso was presented would find no bill against him, and the Attorney Gen eral filed an Information. Tho coun scl of Zenger took exceptions to tho commissions of the Judges because they ran during pleasure and because they were granted without the consent of the counsel. The angry Judge met tho objec tion by disbarring James Alexander, who offered It, though ho stood at ihe head of tho profession In New York for sagacity, penetration and application to business. All the central colonies regarded tho controver sy as their own. Each party had a newspaper at The opposition to Zen command. ger's weekly was called tho New York Gazette, an aristocratic paper pubBradford had lished by Bradford. been In the printing business in New York from 1C93, and his was the first newspaper printed in the colony. Zenger had been Imprisoned for a weeks beforo his period of thirty-flv- o trial. During all this tlmo the excitement was Intense. At the trial the publishing was confessed, but tho aged and venerable Alexander Hamilton, who went to New York from Philadelphia to plead for Zenger, Justified tho publication by asserting Its truth. "You cannot be admitted," Interrupted tho Chief Justice, "to give the truth of a libel In evidence." "Then," said Hamilton to the Jury, "we appeal to you for witnesses of tho facts. Tho Jury have the right to determine both tho law and the fact, and they ought to do so. "The question before you," ho added, "is not the cause of a poor printer, nor of New York alone; It Is the cause of liberty." Tho Jury gave their verdict "Not guilty." Hamilton received of the Common Council of Now York tho franchises of tho city for "his learned and generous defenso of tho rights of man kind and the liberty of tho press." Besides this Hamilton was entertain ed by a public dinner, and when ho started across tho river to return to Philadelphia, ho was honored by the firing of a salute of cannon. When Zenger was released from, prison ho was. received with tumultuous applause by a concourse of peoplp who had assembled to learn of tho result. This event has been termed "tho morning star of that liberty which subsequently revoluZenger died In tionized America." 1704 and his paper was continued by his wife and son. speech, Hamilton's remarkablo which completely won tho Jury, end"Men who ed with tho following: Injure and oprcss tho people under their administration provoko them to cry out and complain, and then make that vory complaint tho foundation Tho question for new oppressions. tho court, and you, gentlemen" beforo of tho Jury, Is not of small or private concern, It Is not tho causo of a poor printer nor of Now York alono which wo aro now trying. "No! It may In Its consequences affect every frcoman that lives under a British government on tho main of America! It Is tho best causo, It Is tho causo of liberty, and I make no doubt but your upright conduct this day will not only entltlo you to tho lovo and esteem of your fellow-citizenbut every man who profers freedom to a llfo of slavery will bless and honor you, as men who havo baffled tho attempt of tyranny and an Impartial and uncorrupt verdict havo laid a noblo foundation for securing to ourselves, our posterity and our neighbors, that to which naturo and tho laws of our country havo given us a right tho liberty of both exposing arbitrary power by speaking and writing truth." Tho words of Hamilton's remark s, 3.79 1913, Gcorgo Smith, ono lot. . 14.52 1913, James A. Austln.ono lot. 6.57 C.57 1914, Samo C.57 1915, Samo 1913, N. V Brown, one lot... 7.36 8.27 1915, Samo 1913, Gatthcr Heirs, ono lot. . 4.18 3.39 1915, Samo 1913, Ollls Hawes, ono lot. .. . 5. 38 CIS 1915, Samo 1913, J. T. Maddox, ono lot. . 4.97 1913, Frank Penman, ono lot. 2.99 1.40 1914, Samo 1913, S. A. Reynolds, ono lot. 9.58 1913, Charlie Stewart, ono lot. 4.58 1913, Williams Mines Amuse4.77 ment Co., one lot 4.77 1914, Samo 4.77 1916, Samo 1913, G.C.Wakeland, ono lot. 4.5S 1913, Virgil Wise, ono lot. . . . 3.79 3.79 1914, Samo 3.79 1915, Samo 1914, H. M. Maddox, one lot. . 4.5S 4.5S 1915, Samo 1914, Mrs. Rosa Maddox, ono 4.97 lot 4.97 1915, Same 4. IS 1914, Jnno Gwynn 4.18 1915, Samo 1914, Rosco Calloway, one lot. 5.3S 1914, Levi Glvcns, 50 acres 7.76 land 6.02 1915, Same 1914, Aimer Porter, ono lot. . 4. IS 1914, Robert Trail, one lot, 3.3S Pr'ct 34 1914, Thomas Baker, one lot acres land. .abound. thePowhtttJihaSttha jountrjTocn U irfiriniCtiiXbjrtjcU STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession In this and djolnlng counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt and vlgorotn Specialty. service- - Notary In office. ! college. The rowhatanattractt'the "The TowKlin u refined. ! restful. lit excel on Pennsylranis Avenue, 18lh and H btreeta. make it a desirable headquarters (or bridal couplet, tourist Tartlet, conventions, Schooltand cluiltt, and lent, location 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. Teople of culture and education, to Stale, War and Navy Departments, alto to man? points,, of historical interest, makes this hotel especially to a discriminating pub-- , lie., -- DR. with .detached bath at JI.J0. 32.00 and up. Rooms with prt-- tf watt bath. $2.10. J1.00 and up., "Write for loollet with rnapj CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. .Manager, A ThaPowhata "offers "rooma HART VETERINARY SURGEON REAVER DAM, KY. James Tnjlor's Livery Barn. 0. E. !6iitiiiiiHiiiiiii;iiHiinnn.nnTt3i OIHce Fhume' 11 I I I w Pr'ct. 14 1915, Arthur Dowell, ono lot.. 1915, H. B. Geary, one lot. ... 1915, Mrs. Martha Jones, one lot 1915, Iaac Parrlott, ono lot.. 1915, Mrs. Cyntha Shull, ono 3.7S 4.5S tint TRADE. MADK9 Promptly obOillxU la giua PATENTS til rvuuiriff., or no um. THAT PA'La.Ittruati.nilliorouiUlatour tiMDH. and iialu you to aucceaa. Sand modal, bbotoor sacica for rnr r report so years' prattle. SUR on iMnutiiitr. PASSING ntrcncNccs. rorrnouaut nook on ITofUaM IVantt write to B03-B0- S 4.89 4.97 5.68 Sovanth u. c xMninuiun, Street, Live Stock Prices. The averago price of live stock on the Chicago market last week were: Cattle $9.15; hogs, $0.80; the corresponding week of 1915 tho averages were; Cattle, $775; hogs, $7.55; sheep, $7.95, and lambs, 9.75. Over The loug light against the foot-an- d mouth disease Is over. The Secretary of Agriculture has issued an order which on March 31 removed all quarantines and reth REBEL W1I1S HOUR BEFORE EXECUTION EIGHTH LEADEH TO SUFFER DEATH PENALTY MA.I. JOHN M'BRIDE. which have foreign governments placed embargoes on American cattle are expected to remove these embargoes, so that cattle raisers will then bo able to resume shipments to these foreign countries. The magnitude of the work of eradication and control carried on by farmers, shippers and tho state and federal governments Is shown by the fact that before controlled, tho disease had gained a temporary footing In 22 states and tho District of Columbia. Tho disease appeared and was controlled in 2C9 different counties. The importanco to tho stock-raisin- g industry of eradicating disease may bo Judged from tho rosults of this plague in Den- -. mark, where tho disease appeared at about the eamo tlmo that It broke out In the United States. Tho area of Denmark is approximately equal to that of the threo Now Englaud states, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Bode Island. It Is, however, a great dairy country, and It has been estimated that tho losses In milk 'n ono year caused by the disease havo amounted to apd of tho total proximately cost of eradicating tho pestilence In 22 states of this country. Tho Danish authorities wero unablo to carry out their former policy of slaughter, and wero compelled to resort to such measures of coutrol as could bo established by quarantines and other th th one-thir- strictions against the shipment and movement of live stock. Tho order signed specifically removes the quarantine from a small territory in Christian County, 111., the last area which was under suspicion. Along with the removal of this local quarantine, the various Federal orders restricting shipment of cattle aro rescinded, so that dealers can now ship their cattle as before tho first quarantine was imposed. Upon notification that tho United States is free from the disease, all Dublin, May 5 (via London, May It was officially announced today that Maj. John McBride, the eighth leader of the Sinn Fein rebellion to suffer death by sentence of l, has been shot. Tho sentences of Thomas Hunter and William Cosgrave, who were sentenced to death with Maj. McBride, were commuted to life Imprisonment. Joseph Plunkett, ono of tho leaders of the rebellion, was married an hour before ho was put to death to Miss Clffard, widow of one of tho fir3t rebels who was put to death otter G). court-martiacourt-martia- 2.20 lot GUARANTEED SERVICE 1915, James Stevens, two lots 4.97 Ono hundred per cent acres land 30.57 1915, R. P. Bock, 45 valuo. Special work for W. 1915, George Chlnn, ono lot. . 4.98 O. W. 1915, Calvin Craddock, one lot 4.58 W. F. STEVENS, 1915, Christian Heirs, ono lot, Hartford, Ky. R. P. D. 7. 3.79 agent L. L. Stewart Representing Continental 1915, D. M. Duncan estate, Marblo & Granlto Co. one lot, W. Duncan ngent 16.51 1915, J. O. Hocker, ono lot... 7.36 8.04 1915,, R. A. Pierce 1915, E. P. Rogers, one lot. .. 6.57 1915, John H. Reynolds, one "Womun "Wants 5.50 lot 1915, S. A. Reynolds, one lot. 10. 5S 1915, Robt. Raines, one lot.. 3.79 1915, Mrs. Amelia Southard, IK .TisJara.iraXjrairiJ.i-J- u 3.39 one lot JSVMggtlHltJMinMs'!-- . I B'J -- H D. Simpson, ono 1915, Mrs. J. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE 3.39 Dissolved In water for douches stops lot 1915, Ed. Cooper, one lot. .. . 3.79 pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydin E. 1915, Will Turner, one lot. . . . 3.3S Pinkham Med. Co, for ten years. Graded School Mc- - A healing wonder for natal catarrh, Central Park sore throat and sore eyes. Economical. Henry, Ky. Has xtraordjaarr deanilng and cenniddal power. A. P. HAMMONS ilnjcguu. or prxtpad isunpleim, sue. all Company. Bortoo. Maia. Ly XJgtrTJ!fJII' ToJrt Collector, J 45t4 wc&W'BKSiiPsZj .9MUrMMJ'r a Every POPUIMMCMNICS 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS in of the IEEP Informed, MechanicsWorld's PrepressFor. . tnctnerinff. Invention. nnd .... .. . ... r atner ana bon ana All tna f smtiy. it appeals to nn cusses um ana ioiwr Men ana women. A1AGAZINB l. James M. Sullivan, former Ameri- can Minister lo tho Dominican Republic, has been Imprisoned In Dublin Castle for several days on tho charge of having been Implicated In the rebellion, probably will bo released today, It Is said by officials. Edward L. Evans, American Con sul in Dublin, has been active In be half of Mr. Sullivan. Ho has mado several trips to the Castle and held a number of conferences with high officials. Tho present favorablo at titude of these officials apparently Is duo to tho efforts of Mr. Adams. - For Sale Real Estate! r MfciiaS. M,teSi xm (Vf VlV'--ri MO I.HIQ- - UArt.iiit.nbt. M fiTtifsfETl AnrnnQ lending a tketrh nn1 description may quickly tucortnln our opinion frua whether an iiiTonunn Is prnhMjl? pntontnMa. Cunimiinlfn Mnn.vtrtctlrrotitliloiitlal. II AND COOK onTnleuU I'AtmiLa taken thruuuh Aluun A Co. ret. till tpetUUnotUt, without chaMo, lathe POPULAR MECHANICS MAQAZINE H,MtMa:an Avenue. vniCAOD I ho Shop Nt Department (20 raffM) eontalo tTaVCiicai junta for Hbop stork na fw; wjra lor uxr layman to uo mines nrooni in noma. Glrli who ko to nuikn thing, telU how to make U im imata, pnow and Tlr,tranu Uutnta, it iu vnnrii;. tern a r ui iiiiuidi tiportaman true t Ion (or the Mechanic, Camper and.sissi SINGLE COPIES. ISc $1.10 PCR YEAR Qr4 sJIrtttt frM ti tfm MM)?. BiwMlf py wu) sample nt an raquaai. Written So You Can Understand It cine throughout tho world. Our I'orvlrn CcrnporulciiM aro ronttnntly on mowaica lor liuaff &ew and intervailng i fid it U t tniii, f Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. KILL the COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS w,7H Br. fee's m m POND RUN Aunt Em. Chlnn died nt her homo last Sunday after a few weeks Illness nnd her remains wero laid to rest In tho homo burying ground. Mr. Jim Turner and children of Simmons wero tho guest of his brother, Mr. Bud Turner tho latter part of last week. Undo Jim Phlllop returned to his homo at Taylor Mines after a two weeks visit at Mr. H. L. Robinson. Mrs. diss Inhoro of Indiana, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. L. D. May, 2. Own u Homo. A handsomelr lllnitrnlftd weekly. Jjirceit cirAs cheap as lands are In Ohio culation of any acloutlno journal, Icrnit, 13 a year i tour raontM, 1L Bold bjall newsdealer. county no man can afford not to own FiiR i MUNN&Co.364BfMd""NewYorl; T.t.l nnllL t.ra " VSJJtH.nK Bo Independent. his own home. Offlc, ta V BU Watblujioh. U. li luaocli H AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROURLES. Under somo of Work for yourself. riTT A tt A aTmrwn o mffT, niiriT v our contracts you may havo as much U OIL MONEY HEFT7MDI!11. as threo years In which to pay-yfowgmgJtga.s3j>TEaci.',ntiwi.wi ii t wiBiwi your farm. As An Investment. No hotter Investment can bo found than In Ohio county farm land. Tho land horo Is cheap and our resources aro yet undeveloped. U. S. Agricul nnA.unrrt ANn nrrrrjnrrv ucnuwwn.1 dra,uirri"'Jt''l'rB1l,BrtJ'lr4,iaii'lfr,Mrtrt. I , tural Agent Hughes says wo havo tho UcCAIX PATTERNS t iv AdTluo. Uo to obtain iMtltnta, tnuitt mams, 1 ceieoraica lor style, peneci m, simplicity anf ., in ALLCOUNTHICS. coiiTrtjhta, I best land for growing timothy hay ho Ik reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly , Vuiirjst iUrtttv.UK watklngto tavti lunf.i ..as over seen. Prices from $15 to fl every city and Uiwa In tlie United Stiles and monty ana rjun fft faitni direct. by tf Canada, or mile.mallSend for Mora told than ratent and Infringement Practice Exclusively. I any other J50 an aero. Bottom or hill land,. irce citato cue. Writa or como Iu us as McCALIS MAGAZINE 110 mbti EtrMt, aaar UalUl Statu Tatast Oflct, I City Rtwlilejicoa. Store subscribers than any other fashion W601WNQTON, D. C. tatgazlnrt million a month. Invaluable. 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Misses Mabol and Besslo Russell restrictions. spent Saturday night and Sunday As a result of a bettor understanding between tho State and National with their grandmother Mrs. Liza Governments, representatives of the Robinson. departemnt bellovo that many of tho Mr. Harrison Maddox spent Sunday obstacles which confronted tho au with tils sister Mrs. L. J, Robinson. Fulkerson. Wo advise you not to do so but if you Insist we will list your property and It will not cost you ono cent unless wo effect a sale. Call, write, phono, wlro or cable. TINSLEY & BARNETT Real Etrtato Agents, igf Eietri Bitters Wmm' Succeed when everything else falls. in nervous prcstrauoa ana female weaknesses they ate) ins supremo remedy, as thousands have testified. H WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment WEAK BaHBtTta. Sr7?r for LUNGS or CONSUMPTION Hartford, Kentucky. Republican Office. Both Phones. 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A BIG PRIZE FOR PIG CLUBS Offered By General Coleman du Pont' andj Other Wealthy Men the Loulsvlllo Board of Trado ono day last week, Geu. Coleman du Pont In an address to the members of British race and would be tho fathers BURY of the finest children ever raised in thiB country, provided they were free from any organic troubles. The present marriage rate was tho highest on record, ho said. Nearly all these unions were confined to young, strong, vigorous soldiers and thero were numerous instances of sound and healthy girls mating with tho men of their choice even though they had been, disfigured or disabled. From a purely eugenic point of view tho lecturer favored war engagements and war marriages. T "It haB been proposed," tho lecturer went on, "to found a league for the marrying of wounded heroes. Perhaps it would not bo easy to make such a scheme a practical one, but tho principle is a sound one. The economic question is tho moot point, but how many women there are in ' in-- I tho country with comfortable comes, who spend largo sums nh-- I nually on pampered lapdogs, and who might with advantage turn their attention to eugenic marriages with wounded soldiers'." Dr. Leslie refuted tho error that deformities were hereditary, assuring any skeptical hearers that thero were no records of acquired deformities, mutilations, wooden legs or other disablements being transmitted to offspring. THEIR DEAD IN FRONT YARDS OTHER QUEER FEATURES UNIQUE VIRGINIA TOWN NO MURDERS. OF praised the movement now on foot by various wealthy citizens to raise a Big Prize Fund for Pig Clubs all oyor the State, which Is to be distributed among boys and girls producing the best hog at the lowest cost per pound under rules to bo formulated by the Louisville Board of Trade and the State Agricultural Kipcrlmont Sta Oon. du Pont who, by tho way, Is a candidate for tho Itopubllcan nomination for President, told tho audlonco that his sonse of business efficiency boon outragod for years becauso Sadtho great wasto of such fine stock feed at tho distillery plants of tho State, when tho farmers could fatten their hogs on it at a small poroontago of what It required to tnako tho samo number of pounds from footling corn. "Now," said ho, "that Uio farmer has an opportunity to got this concentrated feed at a very low prlco from the distilleries and Uint a movement is on foot to raise a Big Prize Fund to bo awarded Pig Clubs throughout the Stato whero this hcrotoforo wasto material is used as part rations, I am willing to contribute JJiOO.OO or more to said fund." To this amount was promptly added another 1500.00 by Mr. James Thompson, of Loulsvlllo, ono of tho candidate's hosts, who, by th way, is using his good offices for Increasing tho fund to Boveral thousand dollars, making it worth while for boys and gtria in nearly every county to go after a prise. Several prizes have already boon awarded in Daviess county, whero eomo 25,000 hogs are fattenod annually on tho liquid food products that heretofore has been run off into tho streams or driod up and shipped abroad for cattle feed. On his cruise down the Potomac abroad the Mayflower, last Saturday, the President and Mrs. Wilson visited Tangier, n quaint old Virginia town, situated on an island of the same name near the mouth of the river in Chesapeake Bay. They passed sev- eral hours there, visiting the places of Interest in the little community, tln. MARRYING WAR HEROES League for Hint Purpose Proposed in Grout Brltian. London, May 0. Dr. Murray Leslie, figuring tho British causaltles in tho present war up to Feb. 1 at Just over half a million, as against only 50,000 during tho whole of tho Transvaal War, calculates that for every thousand deaths thero are 200 cases of permanent disablement. After giving theso startling figures ho consoled ttyo members of the Institute of Hyglono by stating thqt a man being crippled or oven deformed by, no means stood In tho way of his jtytentlallties as ono of the fathers of future generation. On tho contrary, theso men, tho greatest voluntary army raised, were the flower of tho tyer mem-bors'- of where fUliing is tho only Industry.. The town of Tangier Is peculiar in many ways and interested the President Immensely, according to those who accompanied tho party from tho Mayflower, which anchored a short distnnco from tho Island. One of the oddities, they said, is tho fact that the yards In front of tho houses aro tho burying places for tho family dead. Tho yards nro small not larger than two good sized rooms but In each of them aro graves hero four or flvo and there nine or ten, with elaborate monuments and customary head stones. Tho lawns aro green and well kept, with neat walks and fonccs. Flowers grow all around tho graves. For Infants and Children Tangier is one of tho few towns In Years In Use For Over tho country maybo the only town Always which never has had an automobile, the Signature no matter how tiny. Thero aro no horses or wagons thero either, for thero is no place" for them. Tho single OHIO RIVER PACKET BURNS WHARF street which tho town boasts is only AT CINCINNATI six feet wide. Tho only way to get boat, for tho May 1. The steamer there Is by Cincinnati, Indiana, owned by the Louisville & water is so shallow that even the yact cannot bo brought to Cincinnati. Packet Company, caught tender of a shore. Thero aro no docks. flro nt 12:15 o'clock this afternoon I There has not been a murder in and boforo the flames were extingTanglor for more than forty years. uished alktho upperworks were destroyed. No ono was injured and tho The pepolo aro so good they do not orgln of tho flro was not ascertained. havo a sheriff or any other officer of Tho Indiana has been out of com- tho law. m mission for about a month and had Whooping Cough. tied up hero. been "When my daughter had whooping The Indiana was a sister shin of tho steamers City of Loulsvlllo and , cough sho coughed so. bard at one Tho owners time that she had hemorrago or tne ihn f"lv of Cincinnati. estimate tho loss will exceed $85,000. lungs. I was terribly alarmed about Tho at,eamors Kentucky and tho Hat-tt- o her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Brown wero tied near tho Indiana Cough Remody so highly recommendwhen tho (Ire broke out. The Charles ed, I got her a bottle and it relieved Carroll went to tho rescue and towed tho cough at onco. Before sho had finished two bottles of this remedy them from tho danger zone. . : i sho was entlroly well," writes Mrs. Tills Best for Liver. S. F. Grimes, Crooksvllle, Ohio. Obm Becauso they contain tho best liver tainable overywhoro. moJlcines. no matter how bitter or nauseating lor tho sweot sugar coatA beetlo found extensively on tho ing hides tho tasto. Dr. King's New high, plains of Ecuador, roasted' like Life Pills contain Ingredients that a chestnut, is eaton by the natives of put tho liver working, move tho bow- that country. els freely.. No gripe, no nausea, aid dlgostlon. ' Just try a bottlo of Dr. King's New Llfo Pills and notice how FOR FLETCHER'S much better you feel 25o at drug- .. Job Printing. i gists. CASTORIA 7A 30 flat-botto- m 1 , Children Cry CAS.T.O Rl A of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon Washington, May 8. Secretary gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, McAdoo, back from tho Buenos Aires as well as run a big water mill. meeting of the international high I wish every suffering woman would give commission, dcclnred In a statement leading South American statesthat men agreed with him that quick of a merchant marino under an American flag and complerailway are tion of a the most Important factors to ho considered In plans for closer unity among American nations. The seca trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, retary and the other members of the and it always does me good." United States section of tho commisHeadache, backache, side ache, nervousness, sion reached Hampton Roads on tho fired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womancruiser Tennessee early today and ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's Immediately camo to the capital. . tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui Mr. McAdoo. as head of the sec for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing tion, rovlewcd tho work of the Buenos women for more than fifty years. Aires meeting at length and announced that In all countries ho visited on ltt the way bnck from Argentina he found a most friendly feeling toward the United States. "I had tho honor and privilege of with tho meeting and conversing presidents of Brnzll, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Panama, Cuba and Hatl, and I also met many of the leading statesmen of South America with whom I discussed questions of national interest," said tho statement. "Everywhere I found an earnest desire to strengthen commercial, financial and political relations with tho United States, and everywhere we went thero was a genuinely friendly attitude and a complete of that suspicion and distrust lull of life and action, filled with the of the United States which has, until fire of fine insDirat on and followed 0 recently, existed to a more or less 1 by 250 short stories of adventure, degree in some, at least, of the Cenwin mane tral and South American countries. This Is a very fortunate develope-men- t. It Is due primarily to the policies and utterances of President Wilson and to the suggestions made t by tho United States for mutual guarantees of the territorial integrity and Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Eagei of all the political independence Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of American republics. . Travel, Science, Education. 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It is not a visionary 3.50 idea; It is a very practical Idea, and The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald ono that can be realized at much less uwensboro inquirer 3.50 The republican ana uany cost than tho Panama Canal. "Tho total distance between New The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 0 York and Buenos Aires by rail is miles, of which approximately The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 7,400 miles havo been built and aro now in operation, leaving approxi- The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 mately 2,900 miles to be constructed. Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 The principal gaps in the Intercontin- The countries of ental railway aro In the The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Central America and in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru In South America, and tho estimated cost of construction Is, roughly speaking, $150,000,-00- 0. With theso links completed it would require only a relatively small amount of additional construction to connect tho main trunk line with Santiago, Chile and Rio do Janeiro, THE Brazil, and then practically all tho SEWING and principal capitals of Central MACHINE South America will be connected wlh OF i each other and with all the cities of QUALITY.) tho United States. "All aboard fpr Buenos Aires," when shouted In tho railroad stations of New York City, NOT will bo a thrilling announcement. SOLD Somo day, and in tho not remote fuUNDER ANY will bo ture, this announcement OTHER heard." NAME. ; Fccltrleht nil tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomel Tho Aches of House Cleaning. keeps yo when pleasant Lio- - Vtr-La- x WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. The pain and soreness caused by on your feet, while relievingyour troub. and straining bruises, If you yurchiu tho NEy UOME yQU will le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't during housecleanlng time nro sooth havo a llfo asset at the price you pay, and will tako anything else. You can't afford No not have an endless chain of repaint. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysed away by Sloan's Liniment. tem and relieves constipation. A nat to suffer this agony. Just apneed ural remedy, natural in its actions, euro Quality spots ply Sloan's Liniment to the soro in its effect and certain in results. It Considered will won't bo long beforo Lio- - Ver-La- x every rub only a little. In a short time tho completely displace calomel in pain leaves, you rest comfortably and tho it i home. Children can tako it freely an! enjoy a refreshing sleep. One gratewith perfect Baf ety. Every bottlo guarCheapest la ful usor writes: "Sloan's Liniment anteed. 60c and ?1 in bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness' and signa worth Its weight In sold." Keop a in the 80(1 turo of L. K. Grigsby. For Balo by bottlo on hand, use It against all to buy. and Bruises. J. H. WUyLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky. Soreness, Neuralgia 6 Kills pain. 25c at your druggist. 2 If you want a Bewlng machine, wrl to for oar latest catalogue before you purchase Call on The Republican For Fine Bfl New Wm Sewins Machine Co., Orange, Mass. For pajtu In ttw back a roxJ itt The Woman's Tonic URDU! Get a Bottle Today! ab-sen- co aIS iReYOUTiTS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 OUR CLUBBING RATES. andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInquir- er 10,-30- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI V-VER-- NEW HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. over-exerti- U Dft JW JLfttl-i'.i- u tUIla. V Vinson's A MILLINERY. The Biggest Bargain House in Ohio County or The Green River Country! Men's heavy bluo Overalls Men's full cut Work Shirts A good pair Work Pants,. Big lot regular $1.25 Pants 25c Men's Suspenders GOc Neckwear . . . . ' : 25c Neckwear ,. 25c Silk Sox Nelson Work Sox Leather Tip Gloves ." i' big line of new and fresh Merchandise in all departments just received for our We will sell for less because we have no losses to make up. BIG MAY SALE. 08c Remember Hats for the May Sale, A big lot of wo save you 50c to $1.00 on each hat. He CLOTHING For Men and Hoys. Some of the greatest values ever put out Regular $18 to $20 Suits Regular $15.00 to $1G.50 Suits All the $12.50 Suits, now . . . . , Somo real good Suits Also a big lot Odd Coats and Pants. by any house. 1 2.08 $11.08 8 0.08 9 7.50 t t. "c ' 08c 10c H"c 17c 10c Still selling fast color Lawns and CaliAll grades and qualities. on up to the $1.00 yard. We can please you In qualcoes at 5c and May ity and price. These prices are not guaranteed longer than the Sale. Ueady-to-Wefrom head to We have a complete line of Ladles values In this lot that should not foot. There are some remarkable Pretty new Wash bargain. be overlooked If you want a real 08c up ar SUMMER DRESS GOODS. ...... t t READY-MAD- E WAISTS. DRESSES. &c 8c 10c BOYS' CLOTHING. Just as well the boys. Suits from These suits are worts 25 to 50 per cent more. fixed for $1.08 to $.1.08 Skirts J8 T VINSON & SON BEAVER. DAM, KY. OXFORDS For everybody at prices that can't be beat. Why pay more when you can get any style wanted here? A few short lots In Misses' and small size Women's more cents, If you come to us your dollars will have In on the May Sale. see. Get Try it and "The Place Where Your Dollar Buys Most." at 08c be made by which all parties may be looked upon by the bond advocates as a good excuse for opposition, beenabled to profit. cause if Ohio county Is ever to have Every available unit of the United good roads she must first have a to law at tbe I'Mtofflc Cstwrd nccordlrs cond . States army is either in Mexico or skeleton Just the same as a building a.rttord. Kj-.- as mail matter ot the tlM. guarding the border, and It was must first have Its foundation. With roads as a necessary to call out the rallita good Editor found AUJSOX J. BAKXETT of three states as reinforcements, skeleton we can and will, In time, W. S. TIXSLEY,. .Business Manager which only goes to show what a sad improve the others. Every mile that a good road to predicament we .would find ourselves seperates your farm from Address all communications we become engaged with depreciates the value of the land. If in should The Hartford Republican. the county seat roads are piked you one of the powers. The most ndvocate will certainly be nearer to a good NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS new should become alarmed at that true road than you are at present. Hadn't BoUeribrtB deslrlDR the paver cent to a the farmer better start his haul on In making the statement. ddmw inoet Rive the old addrtw the worst end of the road with fresh WKjneet. Cc Bnrinewi Local nirt Notice 10- per line and horses and wind up on a good road CHILDREX'S DAY. per line lor each additional Insertion. On Labor Day the laborer lays than to start on the good end and Obituaries. Heeolntlone and Card ot ThioKEc aside his tools and recreates at his complete his Journey on the bad part pw Un. money In ndvanie. If On St. Patrick's of the road with tired horses? Cnenh Notices for nerrlces trie, bnt other own discretion. dTertleements. 5c per line. Bay we join the Irish in immortallz-th'- e we get and keep the good road spirit Anonymous communications will recelTe no Patron Saint. On Mother's Day he should later have a decent road ttentlon we are painstaking In making pleas- for the entire Journey. Never, howant the day set aside for she who ever, if we continue to permit a rsaBPKCKXo. gave us birth. Likewise do we lend $300,000 bond issue on $7,1S5,000 . Cttx"berlcLn.3. ... CO SX"jff.a.l our efforts to helping others enjoy worth of property to act as a scare' certain days set aside for that par- crow to drive us from one of the ticular purpose. But on Children's most productive fields of prosperity. MAY 1 FRIDAY, As for the Increase In taxes, we Day we sit back and let the children can think of no one at present who do the work. ANXOTJXCEMEXTS. We had the pleasure of attending will be forced Into hands of charity what is popularly termed Children's by an Increase of twenty cents on the We are authorized to announce Day Exercises by the Methodists Sun- hundred. If you now own a farm TOM SPURRIER, of Grayson county, day and while we occasionally felt listed at $1,000 your taxes can only as a candidate 'for Congress, from the called upon to mutter contempt for be Increased $2 a year and some of Fourth District, subject to the action he who started the custom of wear- us would give that much to pike the of the Republican primary, Saturday, ing hats, the occasion was an In- Villa trail. In proportion a farm spiration much more enjoyed as it listed at $4,000 would call for only August 5, 1910. was than had we been the prison of $S more taxes a year, and not $80 os a stiff collar for the first time that one good farmer friend has been inSinn Fein, the name of the Irish week with a pair of shoes, that hurt, formed. revolting party, is pronounced Shlnn keeping the outer door. The youthIf the bonds are voted and you find Fain and literally means, "ourselves ful singers and readers did well. Bet- that you are seriously damaged by alone." ter than many of the seniors In the. having a good road near you, sell Some of them, seemed to the place, you should get more for it, audience. Any objections made to the really enjoy It, but others, the boys and immigrate to the land where tho appointed by the Ohio Fiscal especially, showed plainly that they maximum load of produce is fixed by Court to handle the road funds, if the were anxious to end the agony. the thriving mud hole. bonds are voted, can not but be fath- I By all means the old custom of 4ft ered by personal grievances. We are Children's Day should ue Kept up There is a nice present at our store glad to say we have directly heard hut as the grown-up- s are the ones for every boy and girl in tho neighThe MAJESTIC man .none. listen, enjoy and profit borhood. who sit back, it seems to us that it should be styl- brought them and will expect all of If the bonds are voted down this ed in Its proper form, "Old Folk's the children to visit him and receive time you won't have to wait long for Day." We might reciprocate and on their gifts, on Tuesday between 3 an opportunity to correct the mis- Children's Day shower dolls on the and 5 in the afternoon. E. P. BARNES & BRO., take. The men backing this move- smaller girls and present the boys Beaver Dam, Ky. ment will not be defeated because with marbles and tops. At any rate their ranks are broken in the first we should leave off tho apostrophe. charge. . , AAAAA A FADIXG OIM'OBTUXITY. The Verdun battle will go down In 20th of this month the votOn tho history as the greatest single engage- ers of Ohio county will say whether ever seen, but if or not we will Issue bonds for the ment the world has gome of the tricks and methods re- Improvement of our highways. The sorted to by the participants Is an In- question Is of major importance to dication of scientific warfare we pre-Je- tho grand old county and we should the old fashioned kind. not take a stand before thoroughly acquainting ourselves with tho facts Why should one be forced to bo of tho issue. It is not only .proper au audience to the miraculous fish that this should bo done, but H is the stories afloat these days when striv- solemn duty of every man to know ing to keep posted upon the Euro- well the step he Is taking when he pean war, tho Mexican situation, marks his ballot on the 20th. JrUli rebellions, sporting news, presiIn order to more thoroughly acdential campaigns, &c.r quaint' tho voters, with the issue tho committee has engaged the services It has been proved within tho last of one of .Kentucky's good roads exfew months that should this great perts to deliver a series of addresses country become, engaged In war po- over the county. Ills speakings litical differences would be almost should bo well attended and you .entirely forgotten and that the press should not be backward with your and the people would rally around questions, for your lone voto may the flag that the dead Huerta refused push for.wa.rd or retard tho progress to salute. of the county. Opposition has sprung ud In tho Obregon seem quite fond Scott and Many quarters. most unexpected of chatting on the border, but such farmers who would undoubtedly diplomacy has long ago reached tho benefit most profitably by getting out stage of disgust In tho minds of the of tho nilro have avowed their disAmerican people and they yearn for approval ot tho Issue. But perhaps Must be a man who will do things. Dollar the greatest shock is the lining up In big diplomacy Is far from a suitable term. tho ranks of tho opposition a county would Hatter tho daylights Two-bit- s newspaper, which should bo beating out of its reul value. a drum In tho band wagon instead of a pessimistic taps at tho tail It Js deplorable that the miners tooting tho procession. d of Western Kentucky end of and operators wago scale On the other hand many who might .can not get together on a expected to look with disall parties that would be beneficial to conditions, lmvo been tho question are talking favor upon concerned. It seemB that good roads. especially In some of the Ohio county bonds and Simply because a pike will not It Is to mineu, Is getting serious, and flrW arrangement can border one's farm can hardly bo Pe hoped that an Hartford Republican. lnter-county-se- at ss I county, Kentucky, on June 3, 191C, Land Sale for DrnlniiKe Taxes. By authority vested in me as It being the first Monday of said sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I, June, 19 1G the following described or one of my deputies, will offer at property, to wit: public sale, for drainage taxes due I W. H. Williams, 115 acres"bounded Beginning at n stake, me. Interest and costs herein, at tho as follows: court house door In Hartford, Ohio corner between Fanny H. Barnes nnd county, Kentucky, on June 3, 1910, JG. A. llarnes; thence N. Sl4 feet to it being the first Monday ot said a stake: thence N. 23i W. 307 feel June, 191G, the following described to a stake; thence N. 77 W. COO feet property, to wit: jto a stako; thence S. C4 tf W. 840 Mrs. J. W. Mercer, 110 acres, J feet to n stake in tho Hartford and boundes as follows: Ucgtnnlng at a jOoshen road nnd In n line of Mrs. stake in said Hartford and Goshen J. W. Mercer; thence with said road road 855 feet south of where said and said line N. 55 feet to a stnke In ditch crosses said road; thence south 'said road; thenco N. C5A B. 1970 40 W. 830 feet to a stake; thence feet to a stake in the line of J. F. W. 255 feet to a stake, Collins heirs; thence with said line north 07 containing 115 corner between said Mercer and C. to the lieginnlng, M. and E. T. Williams; thence with acres, more or less. Assessed in the their lines N. SC W. 20C0 feet to first class at $1,568.30. The amount of assessments, in their corner In said Carter's line; thence with said Carter's lino N. 19C0 feet to a gum; thence with said V-SSSCarter's corner on Muddy Creek; thence N. SS 3 E. 2550 feet to a stake in said road; thence with said road to the beginning. Of which 70 acres Is assessed 'n the secqnil class at $S90.3S, and 40 acres is assessed in the third class at $39.G4. Total assessment $1,280.02. The amount of assessments, interest and costs for the years 1914, 1915, and 191C against above described property being: 'l914, $93.48; 1915, $40. S4; 191C, $227.S3. Other costs, $11.00. Total $373.15 S. O. KEOWN. Sheriff Ohio County. terest, and costs for the years 1914, 1915 and 191C ngalnst nbovo described property being: 1914, $114.53; 1915, $52.SC; 191C, $273.95 Other costs, $10.4S. Total amount $451,82. S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff Ohio County. ' I $6.90 BIRMINGHAM and return via. Louisville & Nashville R. R. U. C. V. REUNION. Tickets on salo May 13-- 1 7th, good returning until may 25th (subject to extension upon payment of 50c ad- ditional.) For further information & N. I apply local agent L. R. R. 1-- I NOTICE! See our big line of Straw Hats and Oxfords for men com-Tfliesi- on I Anybody can afford to buy a MAJESTIC range, but very few people can afford to buy any other. The man from the factory will explain why, If you will visit our SPECIAL MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION one week, commencing May 8. E. P. BARNES & BRO.. Beaver Dam, Ky. and women. qt re tm.g Attend the Big Salvage Sale ,lkAl, Jtll. MMA AAAIA l&A, 4J 1 Land Sale for Dr.ilnage Tuves. in me as By authority vested sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I, or one of my deputies, will offer at public sale, for drainage taxes due me, Interest and costs herein, at the court house door In Hartford, Ohio 1-I1- 4I-1 A IMM 'IVHIUI "WVjr HARTFORD, KY. AAA ri-ft-.- : r WTJ 2MSSSSVS&rosSSSSSSS0 Ayy gA -- AT- SALINGER'S MANUFACTURERS' DEPARTMENT STORE OWBNSBORO, KY. Ready-to-Wea- $50,000.00 this the place. r, Stock of Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' Millinery, Men's and Boys' Furnishings and Hats, Mattings, Trunks and Bags, only slightly damaged by water on account of a fire next door. sold regardless of cost. It is worth your time to attend sale. Come, and tell your friends to come. Remember move-forwar- Salinger's Manufacturers' Department Store, 114-11- 6 E. Main Street, Owensboro, "Wr Ky. jk( IMRPP 'Tm'TnTHfr TW """v"H "TVW "V1" """" iNRPRP 1 Hartford Republican. FIMIUY, MAY 12. May Specials! The month of May is the time for graduation material, etc. You will find in our store an exquisite line of sheer fabrics, just the kind you are going to need, so don't worry about what' you are going to wear and where you are going to get it, but come direct to our store and the matter will be settled. Can show you plain and Fancy Mulls, Organdies, Voils, Paris Muslins, Lawns, Wash Silks, etc., A Drcit ol Scree Ho. 7110, o' ol the McCatl Fillftn with a varied line, of rna ny new cingni lot May trimmings to match. McCall patterns carriee in stock, and competent salesladies to give you any information you may need. Remember tfiis, and that Dr. Denton, of Fordsvlllc, was hero Wednesday. Mr. Z. It. Taylor1, of Cromwell, Is visiting Mr. II. I). Martin. Call nt Ellis Milling Co. and sco tho Aluminum cook vessels. Mr. Z. II. Taylor of Cromwell, visited In Hartford this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ab Westerfield, of Dundee, were here Wednesday. U e g u I a rnica is2 5"ceTi tiT CITY RESTAURANT. Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown, of Point Pleasant, arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eck Hudson. Miss Lula Walker, of Lexington, Is visiting friends and relatives in and near Hartford. Miss Iono Taylor, of Beaver Dam, was the guest of Miss Norlne Black Saturday and Sunday. Judgo V. 11. Barnes attended court nt Hardlnsburg and Morgan-tow- n Monday and Tuesday. By using Hilts' Blue Ulbbon Flour you can stock your kitchen with Aluminum cook vessels at wholesale prices. Elwood and Margaret Ellen Wallace, of Central City, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. their grand-parents, T. Barnett. r- - IT PAYS TO TRADE i6b We 41 41 WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY Kor Sale Two horses and two good brood mares. Terms to suit purchaser. Address Dr. L. B. Bean, Hartord, Ky. 44tf Miss Willyc Smith is at home for a short vacation before resuming her studies In the Bowling Green Busi, ness University. Mrs. Ed. Duke returned to Dun-de- c Wednesday, after a short visit with friends and relatives at Hartford and Bcda. Sheriff S. O. Keown has bought tho Lon Stevens farm 1 miles east of Hartford. The deed and papers were signed nnd fixed yesterday afternoon. Mrs. T. H. Black, who is In Louisville hospital awaiting an operation Is somewhnrt Improved and will undergo the operation Monday morning. Rev. R. L. Creal and wife, Rev. Birch Shields and Mr. Wm. Fair will leave Monday to attend the Southern Baptist Convention at Ash-vill- e, N. C. Mrs. B. W. Napier has returned from a visit In Nashville. Her moth- first of tho year. Ho may mako this Ills home In the near future. For one week, commencing May 8 you can secure eight dollars' worth of fine aluminum cooking utensils, absolutely free. The MAJESTIC man who will be at our store that week will tell you how. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. The meeting of the"oi!lo County Missionary Baptist Mission Board is called off for next Tuesday May 16th, but will meet at its regular time In June Tuesday after second Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Hartford Baptist Church. All members please take notice. Birch Shields, Ch'm'n. It Is very seldom that one receives something for nothing, but if you will visit our SPECIAL MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION during tho week beglnnlg May 8 we will show you how to obtain $8.00 worth of fine kitchen ware, absolutely free. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. Dr. It. H. Miller, a former Ohio coilnty boy now located in Bardstown was in Hartfond several days this week. At a meeting of the State Osteopathic Association in Louisville last Saturday Dr. Miller was elected president of the Association. He is a young man, which makes the honor the greater. He was at one time a student of Hartford College. InClarence Farmer, adjudged sane, escaped from the connty Jail Wednesday evening and more or less excitement was created when Jailer Midklff made the discovery and did a marathon out of Washington street 1 and up Clay to near the Riley residence where the chase ended. The Jailer fired his revolver In .an attempt to frighten Farmer, but the latter was not Inclined to heed and to show some lie,forced real form before the return Journey was begun. We are In favor of a law compelling Jailers to do. daily training in order to at all times be ready for the dash. Mr.-Mld- klff V Qcf Wen hT$ ON fFP!lliM'MrM:v TOP r jitmicb&co fir n ew There are sometimes disadvantages, in being on top you may have to pay too dearly for it. But the man who wears the clothes we sell is on top in style, service and tailoring qualities without paying an extra price. Now, you won't die, get poor, lose your job or fail if you buy your serge suit somewhere else. But you might as well have the full advantage of dealing at the store that sells the BEST SERGE SUITS at the most reasonablo prices. THAT'S HERE. For intance, all wool serge suits at $10.00. $12.50, $15 00 and $18.00. You can't beat this range of prices on the qualities menticnod. Porhaps you can't equal it anywhere else. Any how, come in and let's talk it over. - An article which, for years, has had the reputation of being the best, Is a mighty safe article to buy. MAJESTIC ranges have their reputation and are probably the least expensive. Let the expert from the factory prove It at our SPECIAL MAJESTIC DEMone week commencONSTRATION ing May 8. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, eiitucky. 41 41 41 . t 41 H want every woman to know about the excellence and goodness of our new i Spring and Summer Slippers and Shoes. i You will appreciate the beauty of style, the superb workmanship and the comfort h in wearing the i t 41 41 Queen Quality Shoes and Oxfords.' have already learned their worth and are wearing them, never i thinking of looking for any1 other kind of a slipper or shoe. "They suit me exactly," is an expression we hear daily concerning them. We don't hesitate to say that in these shoes we offer the best shoe value that is produced. Queen Quality slippers and shoes priced at $3.50 to $5.00 per pair. Barnes' Special Slippers and Shoes, priced at & A million women $1.50 to $3.00. 41 ? 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 44 S 41 4? 41 49 4? 49 4? 49 49 49 49 x- - I : SmV.V 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 There is not a good style of Pump or Oxford that we are not showing. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. i er, Mrs. Morton, of the Tennessee capital, arrived yesterday afternoon for an extended visit. Mr. andMrs. J. A. Bennett, of Now Hampton, Iowa, and Mrs. Jim Bennett, of Centertown, were guests of Mrs. A. W. Bennett nnfl Miss Wlllyo Smith Saturday and Sunday. Clarence Farmer, o'tFordsvllle, was brought to Hartford Tuesday night by Chief of Police Roberts and was Wednesday Judged Insane. He was taken to Hopklnsvllle yesterday for treatment. Miss Verna Duke has resigned her position as stenographer for the law firm of Barnes & Smith anu left Monday for Bowling Green, where she will take a course In the Bowling Green Business University. Mr. Wi!rWard returned from Louisville Tuesday where ho underwent a surgical operation in tho Norton Infirmary. The operation was a complete success and Mr. Ward is fastly regaining his good health. !". Gillespie T. II. BldTkllul-Wr!were elected trustees for the Hartford schools Saturday to fill vacanof tho cies due to tho expiration terms of C. M. Barnett, deceased, and R. T. Collins. Many ladles voted In the election. Every boy and girl can obtain a handsome souvenler, free, by visiting our storo Tuesday botween 3 and 5. See our advertisement In this paper for particulars. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. McIIenry Holbrook returned Mr. from London, Eng Saturday where he dias been, In the employment of tho New York City Bank, for tho last few month's. He will leave Tuesday for Manila, P. I., where he has been ordered by his firm. Miss 'Dora E. Bennett and Mr. Lee Patton, both formerly of near Hartford, were recently married, at Globe, Arizona, whero they will makd their home In the future Miss Bennett Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bennett and Is a very attractive young lady. The people who" know most about ranges Invariably buy tile MAJESTIC. The man from the factory will explain why if you visit our SPECIAL MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION one week commencing May 8. E. P. BARNES'S BRO,, Beaver Dam, Ky. Mr. John L. Titus,, ho has been here for the last several weeks receiving Ohio county hay, left yesterday for Troy, Ind. "Mr. Titus stated before, leaving that his Arm had spent near $35,000' InUhVcdulity since thfe against the estate of W. H. Ward, deceased, will please present same to me at All persons having claims Administrator's Notice. mile from my residence one-haBeech Valley church, In Magan precinct, Ohio county, Kentucky, or to HartHeavrln & Kirk, Attorneys, ford, Ky., properly verified as required by law, within 60 days' hereafter. This May 10, 1916. H. A. MIDKIFF, Admr. of the estate of W. H. Ward, 46t3p deceased lf Eight! Hollier THE CAR IDEAL. 1a jlxio now itiu J3.umer xjigut is liiueecitil ideal me pleasure car, combining in one car, at a moderate price, all those features you have so long desired, and been unable to find, in other moderate-price- d cars. Light in weight, with tremendous power and speed, smooth running as a watch, easy riding as a Pullman car, built of highest grade materialt, finished like the finest furniture, with all conveniences of operation, there is really no other car to which it can be fairly compared. No matter what other cars you are familiar with, there is a big surprise in store you when you see and ride in the Hollier Eight, for there is no other car in or near its price class anythiug like it in quality, construction, or performance. Write or phone for detailed specifications and demonstration NOW and get acquainted with the Motor Car Sensation of the season. fflV f-- t TT 11 I T7V T T STRAY STREAKST (By Fluke- - McFluke.) Prof. Brown says that he is having a "meaBley" time trying to keep the places on the High School play prop erly filled, dropping out appears to bo contagious. Those high school pupils with measles are consoled by the fact that they escapo taking a part in the commencement exercises, then too, when they return home after school mother and dad will perhaps not put the Some harness on for a few days. more consolation. We could write a real nice little story entitled "One man In a boat, asleep on the Job &c." No, It would not be fiction either as we have proof in abundance, but we won't. V D. G. YOUNG CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. during tho week. He was down the river fishing. (?) The boys say that Ed Is a darn good camp man, three times every day. Ed Bnrrass gained only 8 pounds 6bH . te'i moving backward. " Here it Is the 12th of. May, and the nearest we have come to lamping a ball game was to see a kid on his way to school with a mlt tied to uu ,.. .1! to be ; iuihbo irouser ueii. mi.l.... nnn 1 Wo went fishing last week and as a result our stuff didn't show up in this column. Wo havo been told that have been 40 or 50 subscribers threatening to stop their paper. The business manager of this sheet was with the Hartford Fishing Club on Us annual trip last weok and tho boys say that said Manager had the best experience, which is as follows, that is according to the Manager's story; One day be was using a nice live minnow for bait when a fish suddenly made a vicious strike, getting away with the bait. He at once put on another minnow which was quickly scooped In by the same fish. Thte time H wa wen hooked and safely landed and on removing the hook the fish not only turned the last minnow free but kindly threw up tho first one as well, which was yet ullvo and fresh. The boys say that the fish had probably been snake .bitten and was only making room for the antidote Biuelled on tho fisherman's breath. I The fellow who gives us the great- - est pain Is the wabbling guy whom we meet on tho street wearing a $1.49 pair of red shoes over a three for a quarter white sock, trousers, rolled up halt, way to bis knees, a flaming red tie around a neck which connects a body with a hollow dorao and lnsldo of the whole about threo good squirts of whiskey In which a tumble bug wouldn't even wash his k I You cannot reason with him, becauso war, and Thomas D'Arcy McQce. reason Is dethroned for tho time be' CUSTOMS Tho Sinn Fclnerd take tho revolu-- ! SKETCH OF THE Ing. He Is even unconscious of pain, reforms tlon In Hungary and tho ar kjl IIIIHWIJIIL AW so completely docs the emotion of . i rt "i ill brought nbout in tho portion of ALTERED BY WAR auger dominate his feelings. ' FEUDS Francis Joseph's empire as their IRELAND .KctConten(al5FlniaDracM It Is absurd to whip a child who model, nnd a scries of nrtlcles by Tt (a lllat na la nvnrfinhio In ntlrnr "Tho Resurrection Arthur Griffith on bad to tie n handkerchief around his of Hungary," which were widely cirFIND THE GIGANTIC mouth. The best thing to do Is to For Infants and Children. KINGS culated In Ireland, had much to do WOMEN 1IKTWEKN' WAItKPAItn riTHUGGLK A HEAL EMANlet him alone, and let his passion MAD12 KMKItY ISLE EASY with tho founding of tho society. CIPATION. wear itself out. If he could be taken 1'ltEY. The last serious revolt In Ireland! beforo tho anger gets the upper hand was In 1798, when Wolfe Tone, Lord A of him, ho might bo controlled. Fitzgerald and others enlistEdward as ed tho French on their side, Just OF SINN FEIN Sir Roger Casement hns brought the FRANCE HAS INFLUENCE STORY stop it by dashing cold I sometimes German aim today. Tone, Fitzgerald . t int.- - :x PUR CCXE water In his face, or by suddenly tak- Tandy and Oliver Bond, tho Napper a WM.MiVTtararationJflrAJReforms principal leaders, were all Protes- Hoyrutt Against Eneinj's Goods Wu jng hlm , hcr nnn8 an,i holding him Leaders of Party Tnko M $ IVl Half Hearted, Kcn During sccurely. without talking to hlm. This Brought About In Hungary ns tants. t Dardanelles Battle. latter plan wll work In somo cases, Their Models. Tho French twice landed expedie! and In other cases It will simply be s t.fcS'S m i fly it on the shores of Ireland. Tho tions the means of hastening the tempest. inn:,f,-.c- l Inn (llCCnul' rebels were not ablo to stand up n According to correspondence from Ordinarily tho best way to treat an troops and iicssnudBcst.Coutalii3g London, May C. It vraa endless ngnlnst trained British alien- Constantinople nppcarlng In the Ger abnormal condition like this is to let massacres of prisoners feuds and bloody warfare between several sympathy of the Irish Pro- man newspapers, Turkish women arc! It alone. Not the Innumerable "kings" and chief- ated the who otherwise might havo now permitted moro freedom than What the parent should do Is to testants, tains of the Irish clans which made been known, and the study tho things which will arouso J . counted upori to fight the British heretofore has VtoiwHi SJ' the island such an easy prey to Eng- been by side with tho Gaelic element. war has been the cause of this em- the child's anger and then avoid theso II J JtxStm side ty beginning. Jtrt.lSMS- I land In the things. It Is tho height of folly for Tone committ ancipation. Today Erin finds itself still a house Fitzgerald was killed,hanging and tho "Since the allies abandoned the a parent to excite nnger In a child, escape ed suicide to divided against Itself. and then try to control It by punishFrench troops laid down Dardanelles attack," writes a annMsafr Even If the Sinn Fein and the remnant of "Constantinople has ment. It la worse than folly; It Is Irish Volunteers could have carried their arms. and Is now as far re- brutal, and Is likely to ruin the child. Ai Tone spent some time before the becomo normal (; Sni.rStomaclUliairi; out their plans to erect an Irish reM. V. O'Shea In Mother's Magazlno moved from the theater of war as any 'doubtful if they could revolt In the United States and got public, it Is Tho r apathy and money thorc. Today big city In neutral countries. get even a majority of the Irish votIs instpntficent cafes and motion picture houses are Watch Child's Cough. German aid of Ireland ers to approve the- move. Colds, running of noso, continued TicSimUcSinataco with Ata.tvm cd well attended and the theaters are n i'nnj:..T-'oThe responsible elected represento Dublin crowded. Recently there was a big Irritation of tho mucous membrane in the British par- Now York Is only second tatives of Ireland centre of plotting against British first night In the Petit Champs, the If neglected may mean cattarrh later. liament are not In favor of indepnd-enc- e ns a Most of the money for sedi occasion being the performance of a Don't take the chances do omcth-In- g At the most rule. from England. for your child! Children will not movements in Ireland comes French comedy. The actors were they want home rule, like Canada, tious Turks, but the actresses were all take every medicine, but :hoy rill ' and New Zea- from Irishmen who have prospered South Africa, Australia Armenians, ns Turkish women aro tako Dr. King's New Discovery and in the States. British land the suppression of the revolt not yet permitted to appear on the t without bribing and teasing, its a With the dominions. pleasant Tar Syrup and so cf- came, in 1S01, the enact- stage, but the general opinion is The Irish farmer knows that his In 179S, enough to of union, by which pressed by all thinking Turks that fectlve. Just laxative Exact Copy of Wrapper. CITT. prosperity depends on a market for ment of the act no longer a colony. before long their women will make olimlnato tho waste poisons. Almost TNI CtNTUH COM. HW 0 alIreland was made That market has bis products. parliament, which has their first appearance as actresses. tho first dose helps. Always preparways been almost exclusively Eng- Tho Irish for several years, passed The emancipation progress since the ed, no mixing or fussing. Just ask land. With the market cut off, ag- flourished only to emerge as a prob- beginning of the war. In tho besty0ur druggist for Dr. King's New ricultural Ireland and most of tho from view, with the passage of the home society in Constantipnoplo the women Discovory. It will safeguard your Island is agricultural would be ruin- ability reno longer wear their veils when re-- i child against serious allment3 rule bill In 1914. ed. celvingT their guests. Though veils sulting from colds. 2 " Three Distinct Parties. Got Ritl of Her continue to be worn by the Turkish How Mrs. Harrod women in the street, still tho fashion To understand the whole situation Stomach Trouble. mind in Ireland it Is to bo kept in with stomach trouble has made them so flimsy and trans- FARM LOAN BILL "I suffered that there are three distinct and mu- for years and tried everything I parent that they might Just as well tually hostile parties. No Money heard of, but the only relief I got was be dispensed with. PASSES SENATE InAdvnuco "Consequently all the fascination First, there is tho party which is temporary until last spring I saw Satliifno and mystery that heretofore has sur- for maintaining the present status of uiiHiur-u- i a umciw-i-- u xuuicia Uon Gnnr-antaldenlty with England. Its memrounded the harem has suddenly dls ,1 Close nrnonrnrt a bottle of them at our e There Is no longer any SYSTEM OK RURAL CREDITS IS LowcntNei bers are known variously as drug store. I got Immediate relier appeared. ESTABLISHED I1Y THE Fa o t Rulers, Orangemen, Ulsterities from that dreadful heaviness after such thing, and in Its place there Is PrlooH MEASURE. Carsonltes, and Unionists. They are eating and from pain In the stom- simply the usual family life. The IS a h i t especially Protestant and A' Term ach," writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort Turkish woman Is as much a Jiouse-wif- e In the north, Wayne, as her European sister, and in Saving ol and their strength is Obtainable everyInd. SlOO to where they control the most prosper- where, Washington, May G. The Hollls m this war her resources have been Despite the farm loan bill, embodying the admintaxed to the utmost. ous city in Ireland, Belfast. From Fno P. A. STARCK fact that the rich ngrlculural country istration plan for establishing a systory Direct The Ulsterites are strong supportRIS!DCNT For Sale. CfCffo, government in the ing the British A 160 acre farm 4 miles east of of Anatolia is not far distant, the tem of rural credits, passed the Senuresent war. They have supplied a Hartford, on the border of the oil prices of all necessaries of life have ate by a vote of 5S to 5. nrnnnrtlon of army volunteers far fields. Good dwelling, barn and oth- Increased enormously. Coffee, which Senators Brandegee, Lodge, Oliver, greater than the rest of Ireland. all RepubYoung Is Turkey's great drink from morn Page and Wadsworth, Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Plnno for 30 days' free trial. In your er necessary outbuildings. home. No cash payment required. Alt wo ask Is that you will play upon, use At the same time it was their arm orchard, strawberry bed and other ing until niKhi is almost prohibitive licans, voted against them easure. and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not And It the ing under Sir Edward Carson to op pleasing features. If bonds carry In UiJce. Sugar ha I'ucome su:h a highest grade, sweetest toned and finest plnno In every way, that you have ever Tho bill, after almost two weeks of that seen for the money, you aro at perfec liberty to send It back, and we will. In you. pose the putting into effect or tne inter-count- y seat pike will be near. luxury that honey la now used in,' debate, passed tho Senate practically event, pay the freight both ways. T tj ptarck I'lano must make good with and milk ir. as reported by tho Banking CommitUl WICf t: 19 ill Bttlli. .home rule bill, which indirectly See, or write Tinsley & Barnett, '.eetenlng parpn-- e well-tvd- e Eaiy Payments Save $150.00 or Mr brought about the present revolt. tee. An amendment by Senator Hartford, Ky., for further particu- or'y be purchawd bv lit You pay no cash down, but after 30 days We ililp direct to you from our factory, t classes. The Orangemen feared that with lars. reducing the salaries of the Smoot, ol trial, you can begin payment on the low. price ttut MTtjou upwards ot 1150.00 Id. ho est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano "French lnfliione an? a stress farm loan board from $10,000 to cent ot our piano. We guarantee to (urnltb Ireland self governing, the Protestant , manufacturer. These terms are arranicw to a better piano (or the money than you can jou hold In Tuimiy. Oestite the r.ie.a And Industrial north, a minority of which was adopted by a vote of suit your convenience, and it Is possible for Good for Colds. You are assured of rewiring ecure elsewhere. you to buy piano for your borne, without which would bo disprices the store windows are filled 2C to 25 In tho Committee of tho toned durable high grade a utlitactory iwcet the population, Honey, Pine-Ta- r and Glycerine are mlrtrg the money. , piano. PI criminated against by the Roman recognized cold remedies. In Dr. with goods from Paris, and even Whole, was reconsidered when tho outran OK.Vnoi" f!,:aranfaa guns were thundering bill reached tho Senate and was deagricultural south and Bell's rMaytnflanw Catholic and these are com- while French 2nd- - Hand Bargains Erery 8Urck Tiano 1 are Btsrrk PIsyer-'liwest. bined with other cough medicine In at the gates of the Dardanelles the feated 29 to 31, although eight DemVTt bate corutintly on hand for 15 year. the lxt ami m"t beauti?uarantccd boycott against French goods was ocratic Senators voted with the Rehtj back a iarge number of aiightly used ful Plrrr PU s .i t&e But their volunteers were quickly a pleasant syrup. Dr. Bell's and second hand planoa of aU market, sou wm De of It our 35 yeart ot piano affair. All Ger- publicans for tho reduction. paralleled by the National Volunteers standard makes taken In ex experience, and the repuquickly stops your cough, only a with the many exchanw for new Starck I'lanot tation of an clusive features of these drilled In Catholic com- checks your cold, soothes irritation mans here acknowledged the deep raised and Hou.so Bill Similar. The follow, rcrponsible piano bouse. and wonderful Instruments, and lug are a few simple bargains i munities, from which principally of tho throat. Excellent for young, French Influence, and all cultured will be pleated villi the A somewhat slmlllar bill has been very low prices at which 50 Free Kuslo $110.00 Weber cause the present disturb- adult and aged. Its one of tho best Turks speak French as fluently as reported by tho Houso Banking Comcome to they can be secure J. q 02.00 Lessons Steinway Of course, homo mittee, and It Is said It will ances. on their own language. be cough syrups made. Formula Piano Bool; Freo Chicksriog 90.03 of To every purchaser The Rebels, however, are a ma- every bottle. You know Just what of them also speak German, but tho brought up for consideration in the Send today for our new 95.00 Starck 1'ianoa, we give free Kimball piano music lessons. In one of 195.00 lieatitlfiilly illustrated jou s jority of the Irish Nationalists. Tho vnn urn taklne and your doctor Germans will have to work mighty House soon. Like the Senate meas Starck took which gltcs the beat known schools in large a noun t of informa Nationalists Is John knows its good for coughs and colds. "ard If they hope to dispel the French ure, It would create a chain of farm you Chicago. There ltssuns leader of the Send for our latest complete t ion regarding pianos. This can take In your own home, second hand bargain list. j influence. At present there are so loan banks, but It differs in means of Redmond, M.v P., who Joined with Insist on Dr. Bell's look will interest and by mall. This represent! please you. Write today, one year's free Instruction. many German soldiers and sailors in operation. Carson In publicly re- Only 25c, at druggists. Sir Edward 2, 1313 Starck Uldr., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., tno streets mat tno uerman langpudiating tho revolt In tho houso of bill provides for a non Tho Senate ' uage is heard on all sides, and, by partisan farm loan board to consist commons. caused tho order of the government the French of tho Secretary of the Treasury and The radicals who havo signs on show windows have been re four others, having general control of revolt are dissenters from the homo are a farm loan system of twelve or moro moved and all announcements ' rule program. They center about Shlnn displayed In tho Turkish language." land banks and of farm loan associathe Sinn Fein (pronounced ("Ourselves Tho writer adds that Turkey Is tions through which loans actually Fain and meaning an organization formed awakened from .Its long lethargy would bo made. Alone") and that the war has brought a new about 1907 of men who believed tho Each land bank would have a capiway to "free Ireland" was to fight life in tho empire. Progress is now tal stock of at least $500,000, to bo and not to agitate. "Feel Like a New Person," the keynote, and tho indications are subscribed by tho government if not that within a few years Constantin- taken by tho public. Tho farm loan The Sinn Fein established branches says Mrs. Hamilton. ople will bo one of the most beauti- associations would bo in every county and many newspapers ful cities in tho world. were circulated as Its organs. made up of ten or moro farmers who Its leaders were not men who had would obtain a charter from their disNew Castle, Ind. "From tho tlrao Latuo Back. Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can before been prominent In Ireland. I was eleven years old until I was seven trict land bank. A farmer desiring Lamo back is usually due to rheu- to become' a borrower would bo reThe Sinn Fein was an object of riditeen x suitercu eacn give any reference desired. Call mo on Hartford mil iiMRJiiiiiii month so I had to bo matism of the muscles of tho back. quired to take stock cule on tho part of tho Redmonltes. in the loan of war In 1914 in bed. I had headHard working peoplo are most likely association equal to 5 per cent, of his Before tho outbreak Mill Co., 'phone,. or address me at Hartford, Ky. ache, backacho and to suffer from It. Relief may be had the English allowed tho Sinn Fein tho loan; tho association in turn would such pains I would by massaging tho back with Chamgreatest liberty, for tho freedom of take an equal amount of stock In tho Tllll cramp double every press, of assemblage and of pub--. berlain's Liniment two or three times land bank, which would appralso tho ihe month. I did not a day. Try it. Obtainable every- security offered and make the loan Jic speech Is as dear to tne urmsnur know what it w m through tho association. as to the American. On mortgto bo easy a minute. where, a With the coming of tho war crisis My health was all ages amounting to $50,000, a bank We Knock the Spots Out of Things The Treatment of Anger. however, cortaln measures of represrun down and tho might lssuo a liko amount of farm One often sees a child who Is endoctors did not do sion were put In force. Tho principal bonds, which would bo secured disby anger. Ho will loan mo any cood. A tirely overcome Sinn Fein organ was forced to by all twelve land banks. neighbor tokl my mother about Lydla throw himself on tho floor and ho continue publication. Profits to Borrowers. Although itself of recent origin, E. rinkham a Vegetable Compound and utterly unconscious of what is hapFlfty-flv- o typewriters. LesAll profits would go to tho loan as- French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a I took it, and now I feel like a new pening to him, or probably of what tho Sinn Fein Is a legitimate descend sons explained by Moving Pic-tuIn dividends and thus to sociations I don't suffer and Superior Manner. ho himself Is doing. The moro that mre,arovemonth,LMraHAZEIj ant of tho Young Ireland machine. Seven big Detho borrowers, who aro shareholders u,a- Is said to him when he Is in such a us your Garments and Have which resulted in revoiuuo.mr partments Shorthand, BookIlAMILT0N g 15th st them. Loans might bo on as long Bond' condition, tho more violent ho be- in Thorn turbances In 1848. keeping, Telography, Stenotypy, years, and on tho When ft remedy ha3 llved for forty terms as thlrty-sl- x year a faction of radical yea( Bteodi)y growlng in popurfty comes. Ho Is for all practical pur- amortization plan, so that with each In that Must:, Primary Normal. ExCLEANED CLEAN say, ho has jnfluenC0f anu thousands upon poses, insane. That is to opinion condemmed tho homo rulo pert teachers. Modern equip-mqn- t. interest payraont tho farmer could Packages called for and delivered. When agitation led by Daniel O'Connoll as thousands of women declare they owo lost tho power of control. Position pay a small amount on his principal. assured. not aggressive enough and establish- - their health to it, is it not reasona- - anger becomes established in this way Loans would bo limited to first mort-age- s Write for catalogue. CLU1I bio to believo that it is an article of In tho organism, it dominates everyTHE ELITE PRESSING cd tho Young Ireland party. and could not exceed 50 per cent morit? er thing heart, lungs, every vital proSlim Feln'H Leaders A. Iv Nail, Prop. Daviess Co. Bus. College If you want special advicowrlUi cess. The moro a child Is stimulat- of tho appraised jaluo of tho land. Among the leaders of tho party s IIARTFOIU), 1CENTUCKY. were Charles G. Duffy. John Mitchel. to Lyilla IS. Pinkbam Medicine ed under such a condition, whether Incorporated -- hose grandson Is now mayor of Now Co.. (confidential), Lynn, Mass. scolded or threatened, or whipped, letter will bo OWEJUSBORO, KY. FOR FLETCHER'S Meagher, later , YourBngwored uy opened, read or pleaded with, tho more completely Subscribe tor The Hartford Iteimb. York City; Thomas F. a omau and tho anger will get control of him. li'cau 91.00 per year. . famous leader in tho American civil hcld Btrjct confidence TURK'S j J myj 'iii CASTS Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria & Z'Z,TZ ZVZJSLl Always e&es&s&i Bears the tv "r Signature r ia of Jtr Narcotic. I In ArrfaiB5Sf?55J l&B?feSr pwxu ill ' Use n For Over Thirty Years V CASTORIA n-- Anti-Hom- Starck Pianos (m ed ty non-Gaeli- c, j S200 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL 0!S -- $7,-50- 0, Pine-Tar-Hon- ey n half-heart- l'layer-PIano- Pine-Tar-Hon- y "I DON'T SUFFER ANY MORE" THOS. E. MOSgl Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. Sv &l KLB r.l Ladies' and Men's Garments """"". in bo ro su, j Children Ory o CASTORIA r' Beats Feeding Corn Nearly Ten to One Owonsboro, Ky., April 15, 1018. Read Mr. Ye well's letter there " and see what it would mean to you to raise hogs and feed them on our concentrated Olonmoro Distilleries Co., Owensboro, Ky. Oontlemcn: I lmvo been feeding your Liquid Stock Feed to hogs for twelve months or more, and I have never h fed anything nt tho same price that was equal to ot Its feeding vnluo. I have no troublo with constipation as I do in feeding corn. Will glvo you Romo figures on cost of feeding a small bunch of hogs from March 15th to April 15th seventeen at an averago of 150 pounds two sows and flftcon pigs. This entire lot Is being fed all they can per day for tho entlro consumo ovory day nt 25 lot, and are making as much gain as they would on thrco bushels of corn per day at a cost of 75c per bushol or $2.25. You will see, at this rato for thirty days, tho corn would cost $67.50 7.213-Liquid Hog Feed at 25 for 30 days one-tent7 Liquid Stock Feed It pays, doesn't it, Mr. . Farmer? Leaving a gain In favor of Liquid Hog Feed. $60.28 7 for a period of thirty days. I havo found this hog feed to bo one of the best poultry feeds I over saw. Wo keep plenty of it where our hens got to It all hours ot tho day. Consequently, wo novor havo to go out at night and feel of two dozen hens to And one fat enough to eat on Sunday, but Just shoot tho first ono wo see, and always find It fat and tender. Hoping you may always produco Liquid Hog Feed, tho greatest boon to Davloss County farmers we havo had for twenty years, I am, Yours respectfully, L. E. YEWELL, R. It. No. 2. 4-- Write us for further particulars as to what it will mean to you to feed hogs on our concentrated Liquid Stock Feed It will be a revelation to you Glenmore Distilleries Co. Incorporated tt Owensboro, Ky. change to one decided primltlveness, normal, and tho future, I believe, will reminding ono that they aro probably seo this situation chango but little." High Tariff on Lumber. the samo ns those of our country 100 Under the subject of duty n South and 150 years ago. Four and five A RICH FIELD hundred miles Inlnnd tho Inhabitants American countries, Mr. Simmons are In stages of slavery painted mentioned the policy of the governfaces and bodies no clothes; weap- ment to put high tariff on manufactons of war, the bow and arrow, the ured wood products. This Is to proJfATIVK TIMBER CANNOT KR CUT arrows having stono heads. Although tect the woodworking Industry. AT PROFIT, U. 8. AGENT "Any efforts made to market manutho undeveloped portions include tho SAYS. largest areas, the mlstako must not factured products will meet opposibo mado that South America is an tion, and tho business after being deundeveloped country, because whero veloped discouraged by further raisWOULD GUARANTEE IT tho consumption Is greatest Is whero ing the duty." "The lumbermen tho conditions aro most modern. would best bo serving the Interests "An erroneous impression prevails and expansion of foreign trade by rethroughout tho United States, es- garding tho govermental policy of JKogcr K. Simmons,' Says Yankee Exthat these countries and encourage the pecially among lumbermen, porters Afo Regarded There ns g indusdealers and business men of South dovelopement of Tricksters. America aro men of little Intelligence tries consuming our rough lumber. "No factor aids tho marketing of and with low business Ideas. No greater mlstako has over been made. yellow pine, sap material or these From a recent Issue of tho Mem- These men nro, In fact, well educated. short leaf species, more than that It phis Commercial Appcnj. Thoy employ tho samo ethical moral Is shipped and kiln dried in strips Standardization of export lumber standards that you do, and their thred and four inches wide. This among oxporters methods of doing business aro backgrades, material Is used entirely for making to glvo fnlr values, and propoganda ed by principle, tho samo as those flooring. Ready demand could be to removo tho prejudice) against actuating you. created for hardwoods In this lino If American hardwoods are necessary strips could bo sent to South America, to South. Great Field if southern hardwood manufacturers and the manufacturers Instructed as "You havo heard of tho vagt forests hopo to get their fair share ot tho to tho drying and working of these of South America and of tho thick rich South Amorlcan business. hardwood strips. Tho samo pertains This message was brought to Mem- standB of largo diameter sizo trees, to furniture manufacturers, to car phis by Roger 13. Williams, special and tho great heights ot standing building, vehlclo building, etc. has been told agent of tho bureau of foreign and timber. Not "No part of South America affords domestic commorco, United States you. If you could seo these forests you would behold them with wonder- tho opportunities for tho marketing Department of Commerce who was American hardwoods moro than guest and principal spenkor nt a ment, and would think their exploita- of as "tho River presented an unusual business tho section known tion luncheon of tho Moraphls Lumberin a radius Plate." Here thero-armen's Club in Hotel Cayoso recontly. opportunity. Your Ideas will change, ot 250 miles a population of nearly however, when I tell you thnt only 5 Mr. Simmons recently returned 10,000,000 people, 22,000 miles ot from South America, whero ho In- to 10 per cent of theso stands In trop- steam and electric railroads, rich agcountries, and from 33 3 to 50 vestigated lumber conditions, and ho ical ricultural country nnd soven cities por cont In Chill, aro marketable. gave Memphis lumbermen moro 100,000 population. This porrolatlvo to South Tho composition ot tho tropical for- above tion aro using American oak, popular, Amorlcan conditions than any special ests aro so varied as to species, and beech. agent who has spokon In this city In tho most of theso different kinds aro birch and a little gum has reached thero, but "Red hard, dense, heavy hardwoods, that years. so South Americans havo recolvcd tho to secure the tow kluds that aro tho initial shipments were mado poorest grades ot southern hard- merchantable ono Is compelled to cut poorly that thoy arrived badlyvery unfavbrwoods, Mr. Simmons said, and havo his way through to them with tho ' twisted and nroduced a In been told by native Importers that greatest difficulty and at high cost. nblo Impression. Importers were Europeans as formed as to tho Improved methods "Many foreigners, grades. they wore receiving the best In consequence, they nro turning to well as Americans, havo undertaken of drying gum, tho wood's growing Japaneso and Austrian woodB be- timbering in theso sections amUtho commercial importance in tho United in nearly States and Its popularity in tho excause they bollovo North American rosult has boen fatluro overy country. Tho native woods port trado to Europe, and arrangemanufacturers are tricky. that aro marketed aro gotten out by ments were made for sending sample Coasts Llko United States Interesting In natives, who have small Ideas of tfro shipments ot this wood to tho Plato "South America Is as government Its vast area as In Its peculiarly va- Yaluo of their own labors, and are Chile and Peru. Tho gum lumber with tho Simmons. able to d6 tho work for small cost. will riable conditions," said Mr. coast sections are modernly de- Even undpr such conditions American manufacturers to have theso samples "Tho veloped equal to any clvld dovelope-me- woods mooting a $31 duty in Brazil dollvered and reported on. "No portion of the export trade to ot tho United Statea conven- can undersell the national wood. I tho te- look tor little change In the condition South America, especially the Plate, iences such ns tho telephone, to come. Nor.th is in as chaotic condition as that ot legraph, railroads, subways are tho for many years The dissatisfaction has hardwoods. and three America Is marketing nearly eame thero as horo. Two feet yearly, when businesses been caused by lack ot standardiza mile Inland tho conditions hundred SOUTH AMERICA tion In grading, nnd so variable are succeeding shipments ot tho many special grades thai are 6ffcrcd to tho market that It is Impossible for a consumer to depend upon tho quality of lumber that ho will receive. No factor moro than this has driven tho trado away from American hard-weeand opened tho way for Japanese oak. Austrian oak and and Oerman hardwood. It Is Impossible to convey to you gentlemen tho sentiment of disdain nnd reproach that tho South American dealers hold for American hordwood and yellow plno manufacturers. "This throws the stigma on your industry that Is not Justly deserved. It rantfi a reflection on our country, and I believe Gentlemen that you will be willing, as the result of this Investigation, to ask tho government to Join In with you toward making our hardwood grading classification of standards as to quality for our South American export shipments. 'The Import.TP have been told about these grading rules In South America, they hnvo been Informed of vour grading certificates and representation was made to them by me, a representative of our government, that the manufacturers would be most ready to Join a movement toward standardizing tho lumber being marketed In those parts." Organization Also Needed. An outline was then given as to the progress that substitutes for wood had made In South America the results of the propoganda carried on by steel and cement manufacturers, and how steel and concrete were displacing wood for many uses whero wood Is best. It was shown hat there was no organization to further the interest of lumber in any country of South America. The largest dealers were the importers, who were as willing to sell steel and cement as wood. The opposition being waged by the substitute men ngalnst wood is left unchallenged, and as a result substitutes at higher prices are finding Increasing markets. It was suggested that the situation be met by allied association ot turner manufacturers, box manufacturers sash and door manufacturers having a department of the National Lumber Manufacturers' Association establish on the cast coast and west coast of South America propaganda organization functions. The purpose of this movement are purely for education, no sales are to be made, tho work to be done in with the exporters and Importers. The trade channels as they exist, therefore, are to bo left unopposed. South Americans aro not wood users, know little about properties, and usually turn to employment of adobe or stone whero an American seeks a piece of lumber. To educate tho public to the employment of wood where wood Is best Is one of the paramount needs of the South American trade, Mr. Simmons said. In conclusion Mr. Simmons Imthat pressed upon the lumbermen with exstandardization, porters and propaganda whero tho three factors which should bo first considered in expanding our lumber trade In South America. ds Scan-dlnavln NOTICE-SPECI- AL ROAD BOND ELECTION ORDERS OHIO COUNTY COURT, Regular Term, 6th day of March, 1010. Hon. Jno. B. Wilson, J, O. C. C, Presiding, J. D. Williams, Guy Statlcr, J. A. Johnson, J. H. Thomas and 363 other freeholders and legal voters ot Ohio County, Kentucky, having on this thtf Oth'day of March, 1916, filed their petition In this Court asking that an election bo held In Ohio County, Kentucky, for the purposo of voting on the question of Issuing THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND (300,000) DOLLARS of bonds of Ohio County for tho purposo ot building roads and bridges In said County and asking that tho Court onter an order directing tho Sheriff to hold an election for said purposo on tho 20th, day of May, 1916, and tho Court having examined said Petition and tho signatures thereto, and tho purposo thereof, and being advised sustains said petition, and NOW ORDERS that an election bo held In Ohio County, Kentucky, and In each of tho regular established and existing voting precincts thereof on tho 20th day of May 1916, samo being moro than sixty days after tho filing of tho petition and the entering of this order, for tho purposo of taking thcr sense of tho legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, as to whether or not they aro In favor of Issuing THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND ($300,000) DOLLARS of bonds of Ohio County for tho purpose of procuring funds for tho building of roads and bridges in said County. The Sheriff of Ohio County is ordered and directed to conduct said eleo tlon, and he is further directed to advertise samo and tho objects thereof! for at least thirty days before tho date thereof In each of following nows-pape- rs published in Ohio County, Kentucky, viz; Hartford Republican, and Wartford Herald, they being all tho newspapers published in 0h9 County, and he shall also advertise samo by printed hand bills posted up at not less than four public places In each voting proclnct in the County andT at tho front door of tho Court House In Hartford, Kentucky, samo to be posted not less than thirty days before the date of said election. Said Sheriff will submit to tho voters of the County at said election the following question; "ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF ISSUING THREE HUNDRED THOU(?300,000) DOLLARS IN BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF BUILDING ROADS AND BRIDGES?" SAND' Said Section The officers A ballots will be prepared as is provided for In General Election law, ' 1459 ot Kentucky Statutes. election herein provided for shall bo conducted by' those election who conducted the regular November 1915 election. , I . JOHN B. WILSON, True Copy Attest: J. O. C. C. W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Clerk pf Ohio County Court,, TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY KENTUCKY: day of May, 1916, for tho purof Ohio County, Kentucky, on favor of issuing THREE HUN DRED THOUSAND ($300,000) DOLLARS in bonds of the Cbunty for the purpose of building road and bridges. Tho polls will be opened and closed at the samo times and said election conducted in the same manner as other general elections and by those election officers who conducted the regular November election In 1915. Given under my hand this 8th day of April 1916. 'I S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff of Ohio County. Pursuant to the above order there will be places of voting in Ohio County, on tho 20th pose of taking tho sense of tho legal voters tho question as to whether or not they aro in an election held at tho varlou ' VanderMt Training School for Boys i H. ELKTON, KY. Will-hel- parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- tered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there- fore, reservations should be made early, Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write S a II h SJ 5 H i-- wood-usin- ono-ha- lf o 1-- nt I 1,000,-000,0- 00 mo in. "Tho submarine commander said Since the suspension of the ho was going to set mo adrift on a SAVED BY SUBMARINE life raft. Ho said I would soon be Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, up by one ot the English patChlcngonn Rescued by Germans, Then picked there has been quite rol boats, for ho said they had been Set Adrift on Raft. hunting for him for a week, "but tell a demand for a weekly Kenmo" ho added, "that wo aro New York, May C John D. Har- them for tucky newspaper that gives still hero." rison, 24 years old, of Chicago, who they put mo on tho raft In all 'the more important state "Well, has Just arrived in this city from my dry German suit. Half of tho Liverpool, tells a story of having been news, as well as the general on top of tho submarlno pulled aboard a German submarlno crow were editorials, good watching mo, nnd they waved their news, crisp In tho Bay of Biscay, after a ship ot English stories, timely cartoons and had been sunk; caps and all shouted in which ho was steward "Goodbye!" Tho submarlno moved then cast adrift on a life raft, to bo off and soon submerged and that was illustrations. by a Scotch picked up two hours later I saw of her." There is no such excellent patrol boat, and finally landed at tho last The others, with the exception of wearing a rough suit of Falmouth paper as the tho captain who were aboard tho clothes given to him by the Gorman Abbey, Harrison said, escapcommander, through tho Margan Twice-a-Wee- k submarine ed in life boats. Unltod States consul at Cardiff, Wales Owensboro Messenger Harrison said, ho filed a claini with (Edited by Urey Woodson.) Best Thing for u Bilious Attack tho British admiralty for $250 for "On account ot my confinement In tho loss of his effects. It comes every Wednesday Tho ship sunk, according to Har- tho printing ofllce I haye for years Ma'rgam Abbey, of been a chronic sufferer from Indiges- and Saturday, (16 pages a rison, was the English registry, laden with flour nnd tion and liver trouble. A few weeks week or more), and is other provisions to supply tho British ago I had an attack that was so go to tho in every regard. that I was not able to cruisers in the Atlantic. ."April 10," ho said, "whllo wo caso for two days. Falling to get MesTry the Twice-a-Wee- k wero at tho head of tho Bay of Bis- any rellot from any other treatment, cay, tho first mate at 3 o'clock in tho I took three of Chamberlain's Tab- senger for a year in connecmorning sighted a submarine off tho lets and tho next day I felt llko a new with the Hartford Repub. starboard bow. Tho German boat man," writes II. C. Bailey, Editor tion Chapln, S. C. Ob- lican. chased us and bogan firing explosive Carolina News, m shells and ono rendered us helpless. tainable everywhere. Both papers, one year for I Jumped Into the water, but not had commander the German $1.50. All clubbing subscripcalled out that he would pick me up. tions, should be addressed o FOR FLETCHER'S I had on a Ufa belt and was supportRepublican, Hartford, Ky. ed by some planks. I was In the so-ve- ro up-to-da- te bo-fo- re with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cure It you must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taker. Internally, and acts directly upon the biood and mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and Is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with tho best blood purifiers, acting directly on tho mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. Sold by DrUEElits. price 76c. " Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured MATHENEY & BATTS 5 For catalogue and information. Box A. id water 20 minutes, when the submarine camo along side and pulled WILL FILL A WANT! Children Cry CA.SL3LOLR.IA : " - $8.00 Set of Granite and Copper Ware Free With Every Majestic Range Sold. SPECIAL. DEMONSTRATION AND SALE - i $8.00 Set of Granite and Copper Ware Free With Every Majestic Range Sold. ,' i GREAT MAJES TIC RANGES ONE WEEK ONLY stration week only, with every MAJESTIC RANGE sold (prices always the same), we will give free, one handsome set of ware as illustrated hero. Every piece of this ware Is the best of Its kind. Not a piece that Is not needed In every kJlclien. It cannot possibly be bought for less than $8.00. This ware is on exhibition at our store. DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT. As All This Week Ju-- ONE WEEK ONLY 100 Souvenir Day Story Books Free a special Inducement during our Save $8.00 CHILDREN'S I3y demon- 1 jlljllgl tgE "THE QUILLIVERS' RIDE," ffBpSBa Claude Wetraore. Which Shall It Be? d food valuable fuel and destroying cook stove? with that old worn-ou- t You KNOW that old stove eat3 up a lot of fuel each year. You KNOW you have trouble In getting It to bake just right, In fact, spoil a batch of bread every once In a while you know It costs considerable for yearly repairs. Stop and think and figure. Wouldn't it pay you to buy a",ood range a range with a rep high-price- Do you Intend to continue laboring, burning ONLEG5-IPDE5IRE- ljhga"rT,iffi. j fifi j ; -- utation - . KETTLE: 13 The Great Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Range. You make no mistake In buying the GREAT MAJESTIC it's the range with THE REPUTATION ask your neighbors. Then, too, it's made just right and of the right kind of maAND CHARCOAL terial MALLEABLE IRON riveted together practically air tight lined with pure asbestos parts being malleable can't break has a movable reservoir and an oven that doesn't warp that's why the MAJESTIC uses so little fuel, bakes just right every day In the year (browns bread just right nil over without turning), heats 15 gallons of properly water while breakfast is cooking handled lasts a lifetime, and costs practically nothing for repairs. Don't buy the range you expect to last a lifetime "unsight unseen"; you'll be sure to Come to our store during be disappointed. demonstration week, see the GREAT MAJESTIC have its many exclusive features explainedfind out why the MAJESTIC Is 300 per cent, .stronger than other ranges where most ranges are weakest. ( T Ij Jill Jcriii pjtalli ill 1111?' TOi lU W, 1 JmM&iSJ ll Illl! tt&iffil ffl H j ll ' ' ilJsNiS ll ILCT5 I J fotOHr-S- l 1 -f & storo between 3 nnd 5 p. m TUESDAY, written answers to the following questions, will receive this fascinating story book FREE. 1 What range Is your mother now using? 2 Give names of nnyono you know needing a new range. 3 Tho Magestic Rango has many points of superiority which does your mother consider best? 4 What is your age? B When Is your birthday? twiFPinepfln: the adventures of the wee QUILLIVERS in DIG FOLKS' LAND a story that will any child's interest to the very end, hold and teach a lesson of value. The first 100 boys and girls who present to THE MAJESTIC RANGE SALESMAN at our life-lon- A CHARMING STORY for boys and girls, of g R0fl5TER" 91.00 ARTICLE FREE The boy or girl giving tho nearest and best answer to the third question may select any $1.00 article from our stock IN ADDITION TO THE SOUVENIR. wiMvffi&w SP .'- lftr?mPy wWftmMfM M?$MMzr 'Wgyf Wm&0WxW flssyfflflflfl Prize for Kicryliody Don't bo discouraged if you aro not one of tho 100 to get the story book. You will receive a. MAJESTIC PUZZLE CARD that will afford you many hours of amusement. Do sure to have your nnswers ready to hand In nt our store TUESDAY afternoon between three and five. They must be WRITTEN if you wish to receive a souvenir or prize. MPKCI.IL All during this week a special demonstrator direct from the MAJESTIC FACTORY will bo glad to show you "ALL ABOUT RANGES" show you why tho MAJESTIC Is the best rango on earth at any price. A :'"' - This Set of Ware Free Conic, If You lutein! to IJuy or Not EDUCATION lies In KNOWING THINGS KNOW why the oven of a range is heated KNOW how the water is heated HOW the top is heated WHY tho MAJESTIC uses so little fuel KNOW how a range Is made inside and outside. This education may serve you in the future. DON'T OVERLOOK a chance to KNOW THINGS shown by one who knows. COME. Don't Overlook the Date. E P. BARNES & BRO., parts that Hartford will not have any kind of a team. Which Do You Prefer? It is important for reasons of health and practical economy for every housekeeper to ask herself this question: "Do I prefer a pure baking powder like Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from grapes, or am I willing to use a baking powder made of alum or phosphate, both derived from mineral sources ? " The names of the ingredients printed on the label show whether the kind you are now usingr or any brand, new or old, thai may be offered is a genuine cream of tartar powder, or merely a phosphate or alum compound. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum nor phosphate. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York r?l!t . This is a Special Invitation to You and Your Friends and Neighbors. Beaver Da in, Ky. ' During these dark hours of base ball In most parts of the county Beaver Dam has come to' the front and it is understood that she expects to put out a good team this . year. 4, Cromwell Is sajd to' have-th- e best ball tam this year .that she has had In years. It is reported that she licked Morgantowii tho other day and is now iQpJilng foe mora prey. DIAMOND SNORTS. candidates a run for their money. The fence, grand stand and everything else that would mark the spot whero tho National game was onco played have been removed and tho Hartford ball park (East End) will be asked to yield corn Instead of base hits and excitement. Ohio County Roys "TrjInK Out" Onensboro Kitty League Team. Jack Thorp, Reld, of McHenry, and Garret, of Rockport, are over in Notice to Creditors. Owcnsboro working out dally at j Ohio Circuit Court. Southslde Park in an endeavor to j, Breaking-PlowsVulcan Chilled, E. L. Farmer, Admr., &c, Plaintiffs. place their names on Manager Ling's vs. Notice. Although the last chance la about Dlue Dlrd and New Ground Plows at Kitty League team pay roll. They Nancy. Farmer, &o., Defendants. aro a bunch of husky ball players gone it la hard to draw an admission reduced prices. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. All creditors of the estate ot Ellas and should glvo somo of the other from baso ball leaders around these ,' Local admirers read of Ray Chapman's accident with much regret as they aro always pulling strong for the former Ohio county star. Chapman's Injury camo when ho slid Inho to a baso twlstlnc a lo.i. He out of the game Eeveral days longer' Chapman Is rated by leading sport-- 1 lng writers ns one of tho very best short stops of tho country and it Is hard for the Cleveland team to estimate the loss of the services of tho hard-luc- k Infleldcr. r '4 Every base ball fan has a favorite In tho majors and major minors thai he silently roots for during tho pennant races. In tho majors local fans seem more or less divided but In tho Association they are for Loulsvillo They first, last and all the time. have It In for the Drewcrs and their delight knew no bounds when bunch recently added to Its long string of straight victories by making a sweep of the Milwaukee , series. ; Cly-mer's Notice In Bankruptcy. In tho matter of Vincent Smiley Tucker bankrupt, to the creditors of lncent Smiley Tucker of Green River, in tho county of Ohio and districts aforesaid, bankrupt. Notlco'ls hereby given that on the 3rd day of May A. D. 19 1G, tho said Tucker was dully adjudicated bank rupt, and that tho first meeting of creditors will bo held at tho law oflluo of Bartfes & Smith In Hartford Kentucky, on tho 19th day of May A. D. 191G, at 1 i. in., at which tlmo tho said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come said meeting. Petition filed April 29th, 19iG. Owensboro, Ky May 5th 191G bo-fo- ro Farmer, deceased, are hereby notified to present their claims against said j estate', properly proven, before me at my ofllccin Hartford, Ky., on or be fore tho 20th day of June, 191G, where I .will sit dally to receive and register such claims and proof. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit 4Ct3 , Court I Don't take anybody's word for it insist on knowing how a range is made, inside and out, and you will buy oiio in a lifetime. A range expert will be In charge ot our SPECIAL MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATIONS for one week, commencing May 8. Ask him. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. x MR. FARMER How ubout that new cultivator you promised your-A &WI1 111SL Itlll, Wllfll JUU Hill 01 CCIUU UH1J llilll 11 11 UlUjJ U1I J. A. DEAN, account not naving 1001s locuiuviue wun as it Rofereo In Bankruptcy. Xotico to Creditors. Ohio Circuit Court. II. A. Midkiff, Admr., &c, Plaintiffs. vs, Notice. , "Flora Ralph, &c, Defendants. All creditors of the estate of V. H. Ward, deceased, aro hereby notified to present their claims against said estate, properly proven, before mo ou or beforo tho 20th day of June, 191G, at my olllco in Hartford, Ky., where I will sit to recelvo and register Buch claims and proof. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit Court. 4pt3 should have been done? j BEFORE YOU BUY You should investigate the Brinly Loverless. No levers, no springs, always in balance. They will do more and bettes work, longer and easier and without you have had with other those, frequent break-down- s cultivators. ALSO, Tho Janesvillo Disc Cultivator the original which for over thirty years has remained rho standard of construction and perfection of all disc cultivators. jt A. B. Row & Son ; Centertowtt, Ky, o X