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A concert by the .prison band will bo given beforo tho game and between innings. Paul Helfner, serving an lntcrmlnate sentence for nonsupport, will pitch, and Percy JIanlcy, ajrobber, will catch. PEARLS STOLEN IN 1881 . ARE JUST NOW RETURNED Baltimore, Md May 15. Thirty five years ago a pearl necklace belonging to the little daughter of Mrs. could not agree which was front and which was back, but tho colonel GOOD PROGRAMS CAVALRY TROOPS finally pushed tho justice Into oblivion and rodo off in triumph on the MARK CLOSINGS ENGAGE BANDITS animal. A patriotic demonstration not on the program ensued when tho Phi Kappa PsI presented "1917." Two battleships, ono of the allies and TEACHERS, STUDENTS AND PUSURROUND MEXICANS, KILL SIX tho other Germany, bombarded each PILS OK CO. SCHOOLS WIN AM) CAPTURE SEVENTY-FIV- E other until Unclo Sam steered Into FAVOUADLE COMMENT. SAYS REPORT. the battle on a bigger battleship and deftly sank tho whole flotilla. . -- diplomatic gab will result In nothing. While Obregon is up here killing1 tlmo through impossible conferences his army and Carranza's are sneak' FOR UNIFICATION lng northward into Chihuahua, where they will be ready to attack us if wo declare war. "Carranza has twice as many CONFERENCE AT SARATOGA troops In Northern Mexico as we have SPRINGS, X. Y. FAVORS UNION . In all the country west of the Missis-ipplOF FACTIONS. It's shameful. METHODISTS VOTE - GLENN SPRINGS RAIDERS Itanil Token fluid to lie Hnmc Hint Raided Border Town Several Days Ago. l'KACE ADVOCATES ROUGHLY HANDLED BY I.ONDOX MOB London, May 15. An angry crowd yesterday gave tho peace propagandists and tho antlconscrlptlonlsts tho roughest handling they had yet experienced In London, says tho Weekly Dispatch. Tho peace advocates and the antlconscrlptlonlsts held a secretly called meeting at the Ethical Institution. A strong forco of police prevented the mob from forcing an entrance, but tho delegates upon leaving were subjected to a fuslllado of eggs nnd rotten oranges, and many Tho crowd shouted wero Injured. "Germans!" "Traitors!" and wero especially hostile to George Lans-burn Socialist, and tho Mrs. Dcspart, a sister of Field Marshal Viscount Fronch. -- EVERY CHICKEN IN TOWN KILLED RY HAILSTORM y, well-know- jl . Tex., May 17. MaJ. lnghornc and two trops of cavalry surrounded thcMcxlcan bandits who raided O)onn Springs about 125 miles from the border, killing six and capaccording to a turing soventy-flvy from truck driver arriving Uoqulllns. Army olllcers hero havo made no announcement regarding tho reported engagement. According to tho truck driver, the bandits were surrounded nnd did not put up n fight. Tho Americans ceased capfiring at once. Tho seventy-fiv- e tured, It was said, wero to be brought hero for trial. The soldiers also rescued Jesso Deemer, tho' American storekeeper captured by Mexican raiders on Glenn Springs and Doqulllas, Tex., acord-ln- g to a man named Terry, who arrived here Terry said the soldiers entered a village 125 miles in Moxlco and tho bandits rushed out, leaving Deemer and a captive negro named Monroe Payne. Payne and Deemer are being brought back to Texas, Terry Marathon, c, to-dato-da- y. Union City, Tenn., May 1C Practically every frying chicken In Union City was killed and the vegetable crop damaged thousands of dollars early this morning when a hailstorm passed over this section of Tennessee. Hailstones as large as hen eggs lay on tho ground four Inches thick halt an hour after the storm had ended. said. Saved by Villagers. Tholr rescue allvo, It is said, was due to tho refusal of the residents of the village where they had been left to carry out the orders of the bandits to kill them If the American troops attempted their rescue. Thf report came from Col. Frederick Sibloy, who received his Information from MaJ. Langhornc, whoso command now Is about 100 miles south of the border. A detachment of Maj. Langhorno's force found tho Americans at El Paso, ninety miles south of Doqulllas, early yesterday. Tho Americans had been left there by their captors In charge of tho residents. Kono but the unarmed Inhabitants of tho town was there when tho American soldiers arlvcd and no resistance was made. A scarcity of forage was reported, nnd Col. Sibloy said he was preparing to send forward as rapidly as possible hay and grain for the horses and mules. Col. Sibley was at a point about forty miles south of the border. In view of previous reports from Maj. Langhorno that he expected to catch up with tho bandits, the udhorl- ties are Inclined to place credence In tho report. Tho cavalry horses and equipment captured by tho bandits In their raid on Glenn Springs wero recovered, It was reported. A Mexican guide took tho American troops to tho spot where tho bandits wero encountered, tho truck driver said. Col. Gocthalx to Resign. Washington, May 17. Col. George W. Goethals has announced that ho would resign as director of the Panama Canal Juno 1. It is reported that ho will not resign If there Is trouble with Germany. This Is not tho first time that Col. Goethals has announced his intention to resign, ho having changed his mind in previous instances. STUDENTS REPRESENT U. 8. AS FAST ASLEEP FORDSVILLE ALUMNI GIVES BIG BANQUET MANY VISITORS ENJOY HOSPI. TAL1TY OK ASSOCIATION ELECTED. OFFICERS r ' Y Champaign, 111., May 1C Skits o showing Uncle Sam asleep while wars were applauded by 10,000 peoplo laBt night at the annual students' circus at tho University of III. By a peculiar Irony, tho most'popular stunt dealing with preparations was staged by tho Cosmopolitan Club, which portrayed Uncle Sam asleep with a midget array, whllo foreign dangers menaced him. President Wilson was depicted by the Betha Theta PI writing notes to the kaiser, Carranza and Villa. The Twentieth Child Dorn. United States army, consisting of one Danville, 111.. "May 17. Their captured the bandit. man, finally was born Tho "moose elephant" had a bull twentieth culld, a daughter Will-lam- s. on one end and the G. O. today to Mr. and Mrs. Elijah moose head The fatherMs the nineteenth P. elephant on the other, with Roosevelt and Huqhea as trainers, They child ot his parents. Eu-rop- Fordsvllle, Ky., May 18 The Alumni Association of Fordsvllle High School met Friday evening, May 12th, at tho Wise Hotel, In the most pleasantly, successful banquot given in the history of oor High School. A plentiful spread of those things which make content tho heart of man helped to make tho evening enjoyable, this being followed by speeches both entertaining and inspiring. Prof. Oznn Shults, Supt. of county schools, was present as Guest of Honor and Prof. F. T. Shultz presided as Toastmaster. The graduates present were as follows: Mrs. F. T. Shultz, Misses Gladys Hines, Mary Smith, Kathleen Young, Mary T. Qulsenberry. Jesslo Marlow, Ava Westerfleld, Irene Miller, Golda Wedding, Martha A. Qulsi enberry, Mabel Kelly, Nelllo Cooper, Cecil White, Mary Daniel, and Messrs J. Russell Cooper, Alva Kelly, Stanley Phillips,, Fount Crow, H. J. Cooper, Herbert Smith, Leman Whltler, Brady Loyd, Runner Smith, Hoover Neel, and Marlon Stone. Tho following quests wero present: Misses Edna Carden, Nell Jones, Vaturn Alason, Ruby Neel, Alberta Aninld, Llvla Harris n, nnd Mesw 0na Shults, F. T. Suits, Dennis Walker, Edwin Orr, Dexter Whlttlng-hilt- . Felix Cordon, Gllmore Keown, and Ogle Kelly. In a short business session Mr. Lemon Whltler was elected President for the ensuing year, Mr. Herbert Smith, Vlco Pros., and Miss Mary T. Theso aro Qulsenberry capable olllcers, nllvo with progressive school spirit, and wo should support them with' our utmost resources. We expect greater enthusiasm, better corporation and stronger school Let us boost and boost spirit. to make this Association an hard It means over growing success. schools, better men and women better and all to the credit of Fordsvlllo High School. We extend hearty thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Wise for their careful and tasteful preparations for an opening's enjoyment long to be remembered by all who were present. An Alumnus. Sec.-Treas.. George M. Lamb of Cedarcroft, disappeared. Servants were suspected, but the necklace never was found. Mrs. Lamb received a package In the Auditorium of Hartford College Fillupon mall recently and discovered ed to Capacity for Commenceg necklace. oponlng It the ment Exercises. An anonymous letter explained that the writer had stolen the necklace In 1881 and for years had kept Cnmmf'npnment exercises of the va now ' It and enjoyed its use, but that rious high schools of the county, aro her 'conscience compelled her to resaid to have been attended by moro' turn the stolen property. natrons this year than ever beforo. years The little child of thirty-fiv- e closed at Fordsvllle last ' ago, from whom the necklace was I Tho exercises Friday night with uie nnnuai aiumni taken, Is now Mrs. Howard Cooper banuet at which great school spirit Johnson of Chestnut Hill, Philadel was manifested. The commencement phia. Mrs. Lamb will forward the of the West Kentucky Seminary at necklace to her. Beaver Dam will close with the ad- dress tonight. The baccalaureate MOONLIGHT SCHOOL sermon was delivered Sunday by the IN OWENSBORO JAIL Rev. Harlan. Rev. F. D. Kerslmen, of St. Louis, . Owcnsboro, IS. A Ky., May editor ot the Christian Evangelist, ''Moonlight School" In the Daviess began tho commencement exercises county Jail with a Federal prisoner of Hartford College with one of thoj acting as teacher, Is the latest best Baccalaureate sermons ever de- In the movement against llvered to a class of tho famous In illiteracy In OWensboro. Thirteen are stitution. The new Methodist church,' ' in the class. Their ages range from with a seating capacity of over 500, twelve to forty-fiv- e years, and threo was filled and it was .necessary to. fill men who three years ago could not the isles with chairs In order to ac- read, or did not know a letter, aro commodate the audience. now able to write their names and Monday evening the class In music read simple lessons. under Mrs. Elgin entertained with a' recital and the young musicians per- formed with credit to both themselves SWITCHES AND NOTE and their teacher. So large was tho audience that many were' compelled LEFT AT HIS DOOR to stand. j Tho operetta entitled, "Mother Goose and Co." by the first, second third and fourth grades, under' the WARRANTS MAY BE ISSUED FOR instruction of Misses Pendleton ana i ALLEGED "POSSUM HUNTERS" f Trri7Vi?nr! large Moore, was enjoyed Li OF iTvj.-.- . About sixty children took j audience. part? and acted their parts like veterGreenville, Ky., May 1G. At least ans. Wednesday evening tho fifth, sixth, a dozen warrants may be issued seventh and eighth grades, under against citizens of Muhlenberg counMiss Flener and Mr. Howard, pre- ty, charging them with banding tosented two short plays, "The Patriot- gether for the purpose of alarming ic Peanut Stand" and "Royalty in and threatening to do bodily harm ;01d Virginia." Many people were to D. A Whltmer, an aged citizen turned away and those so unfortu-- t who lives near Bremen In this counnate missed a good evening's enter- -' ty. Whltmer and his wife have been talnment. "The Girl From Upper 7," a three-ac- t separated for a number of years, and Western Comedy was presented It is understood that because he by tho Senior class Thursday even-- , would not vacate his home and let lng. A small admission was charg- her tnke possession the "possum ed to defray the expenses of the week hunters" Intended to take the matter and the seats sold readily. The play in their own hands for final adjustWhltmer recently returned was highly enjoyed and a good sum ment. from the asylum at Hopklnsvllle. .was realized, Prof. Noe, of Kentucky State Unl- -, During his stay at tho asylum his versltv. will deliver tho address to the wife drew his pension and since his graduating class at the Methodist mind has been restored the pension has been paid to him. church this evening. There were about twelve men in the crowd which Saturday night left RAN ON "SIDE LINES" a note and a bundle containing twelve steps. Superintendents Must Herenfter Give long willows on Whitmer's was very brief and said that The note All Their i'ime to Schools. If Whltmer didn't leave homo and let possession of the premFrankfurt, ivy., iay io. wim-i- , his wlfo havo not ises they would kill him. It was Runerintendents In the future will signed "Night Riders." bo permitted to "carry any sldo lines" Whltmer went to Greenvlllo SunC I.,.m!nn( fHll,ort onlfl tn. day afternoon and was In consulta.iov Hint it linn pnmn to his cars that the County Attorney. He somo superintendents nr,o not devot-- J tion with tnok with him the note and switches. lng their whole energies to school Whltmer believes that he recognized but arq engaged In private en- some of thoso in tho crowd. terprises. Ho said that InvestigaSaturday afternoon Whltmer made tions will bo made and thoso who are atlldavlt charging one man with not devoting their entire tlmo to tho brench of tho peace, as the result of interests of tho schools will be re- a dllllculty which arose between them quired to resign or give up their out- Saturday afternoon. No warrant for side business. tho arrest of tho man had been Issued Ho also stated that County Superthis afternoon. intendent R. J. McDanell, ot Gallatin county, has restored to tho county Happenings in County Court. school fund ?903 In conformity with Only one manage license has been the order ot the State Board of Edbond. Inspector Issued within the last 11 days and ucation and made Gray, M. F. Poguo reported that McDanell that to Floyd Lynch and Addle amount, and as both of near Hartford. owed the fund that Jesso D. Dockery, Infant 4 months a result ot his failure to make bond, refusing to pay graded old and Cletus Dockery, 8 years of railroads were school taxes. The board directed ago, .were recently brought Into Kentucky Stato Superintendent Gilbert to In- Court and committed to the Children's Homo Society. stitute proceedings to remove Mrs. Desle Barnes was adjudged unless he made restitution and of unsound mind on tho 15th and gave bond. convoyed to the Western Kentucky Convict Ball Team. asylum for the insane. No Guards for Columbus, Ohio, May. 17. The Dennle Allen was recently appointcomposing the Ohio Peniten- ed administrator of the estate ot Tom convicts tiary basebalj team will play an Allen, deceased. The Ohio County Fiscal Court has amateur team at tho American Association park here next Thursday, and been convened in special session tothey will not be accompanied by day, tor ,the transaction of business guards, going to or from the park or ot Impprtftuce. long-missin, deve-lopeme- nt J , J LARGE CROWDS ATTEND REJOICE AT THE RESULT Cheer and Weep ns Vote Is Taken Denominational Split Since Civil War. RAT HIDES IN GIRL'S SKIRT, MEN LOOK OUT WINDOWS Green Bay, Wis., May 14. A rat in a Depero Interurban car caused a panic among tho passengers. The passengers had boarded the car at Green Bay, when the rat ran down the aisle. Women screamed and climbed onto' the seats, but ther rat immediately followed suit and took refuge In the folds of a skirt Off a young woman passenger. e The girl screamed and grabbed rat. At this Juncture a gallant escort came to her rescue, took hold ot the rat, which was folded in the skirt, and pounded It upon the seat until it was dead. The young lady was compelled to unfasten her skirt and shake it before she could get the rat out of lta folds. Ot course, the men all looked out of the windows during the entire episode. at-th- 4 !... at-fal- Saratoga Springs, N. Y., May 16. The unification of American Method-Iswas advanced another step today when by a vote that was virtually unanimous, the 880 delegates to the General Con- ference of the Methodist Episcopal Church adopted the report of the Special Committee on Unification, paving the way to an amalgamation with the Methodist Episcopal Church South and the Methodist Protestant Church. The adoption of the report, which was the most Important and legislation that has been enacted by a Methodist General Conference in many years, was attended by, a tremendous demonstration of The great auditorium enthusiasm. rang with cheers and applause as the aged Bishop Earl Cranston, who pro-sidwhile the action was taken, and Bishop E. R. Hendrix, senior member of the Board of Bishops of the Southern .Church, clasped hands upon the platform and wept with emotion. Bishops Rejoice. "This is the supremo moment of my life!" cried Bishop Cranston. "A marvelous result has been achieved," Bishop Hendrix said. "I pray that the whole Methodist body throughout the world may, more and more, see eye to eye, and Bishop Cranston and myself may1 live to stand Jointly over the United General Conference of. United Methodism In America." A terrific outburst of applause quickly gave way to song as the delegates Joined In the hymn "Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow, and then took up the strains of "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." On the platform with Bishop Cranston and Bishop Hendrix was one clergyman who attended the historic , General Conference of 1844 at the last in which the Southern Church was represented before Methodism was split over the question of slavery. He la the Rev. Dr. Thompson H. Landon, of Bordentown, N. J. Today's session does not unite the two branches of the Methodist denomination, but continues the negotiations for a reunion. "The points of agreement are many; tho points of disagreement are few; Bishop Hendrix said. It Is generally believed that the obstacles In the way of unification havo been overcome and that two years hence the General Conference of the Methodist Church, South, will accept tho plan for reunion which the Northern Church hopes to bring to final fulfillment at Its general conference in 1920. After the unification programme, tho delegates took up for a second time tho report of tho Episcopacy Committee on tho number of now bishops to be chosen. m ed New-York-- Watch for a Drouth! Petersburg, Ind., May 1G. According to the old weather signs this Is going to bo a dry season In this section of the state and tho farmers ar3 preparing for It. The crawfish arc building their stools extra high this spring, burrowing deep in the earth for water, and white top is making Its appearance abundantly In the meadows, while dandelions are more num- erous than for years. INCOME TAX To Pay Large Portion of Preparedness DHL Mc-Da- ne Washington, May 16. Taxes on Incomes, Inheritance and war munitions, will be depended on to pay for program, Chairtho preparedness man Kitchln of the House Ways and Means Committee said after a conference with Secretary McAdoo. The plan has the support, Mr, Kit chin said, of President Wilson. What amount will have to be raised cannot be determined until the naval and army bills are completed. Members of the Ways and Means Committee will begin work on thfs problem as quickly as possible, how-- " ever. Other, than a decision not to lower the present exemption limit for incomes $3000 for unmarried and J4000 for married men none of the details of the tax plan have been worked out. Plans for Imposing stamp taxes oh manufactured tobacco, liquors, beer, gasoline and other articles, Mr. Kitchln said, had been definitely aban doned. He declared the plan ot taxation decided on would affect only those best able to pay the levy, falling exclusively on the wealthy and on foreign nations engaged in war. The big preparedness revenue measures will not be introduced In Congress until after tho conventions. Between now and that tlmo the speedinaugurated reing up campaign with a cently, will bo continued, view to disposing ot all other business by early June, If possible. Another step toward carrying out ethe program was made tpday when ft rule on the shipping bill was IntroDENOUNCES DELAY. It would provide for five duced. Gen. Funhton Quoted ns Being Dis- hours' general debate on tho bill and one hour on the rule Itself. Mr. Mcgusted with "Diplomatic Gnb." Adoo, who Is particularly interested Now York, May 1G. The Brooklyn In the shipping bill, urged today that as EoeIo Friday published a Benatlonal it bo brought up In tho House story under tho signature of John W. ' quickly as possible, and Mr. Kitchln Roberts, Its correspondent in El Paso advised him that it would be reached in which It is alleged Gen. Funston( Tuesday and after tha.t all other Weddenounced tho War Department in( business save that of calendar wun mo aukivuu iruuuico nesday, would be set aside for It. connection and declared that it it had Farmers, Attention? properly Villa would now be dead Wo have a stock of Farm Implennd United States troops back at ments consisting ot Blue Bird Plow, tlmlr nnsts. The story, which quotes Funstonj Vulcan Chill Turning Plows, Pog- to resign Tooth and Disc Harrows, Single and no (rwHnntlnir lifi offered Corn Drills, One and over the "shameful sltuatton," fol Two-roCultivators, Single and Double-Shov- el lows: Plows and anything elsJ In "El Paso, Tex., May 14. "If we'd from the startVllla the Implement line you may need. had today would be a corpse and our We also have threo Weber Road troops would now be back at tholr Wagons and one Runabout Buggy-A- ll this will be sold on regular terms. posts." es"Gen. Funston's eyes flashed with Don't forget we still handle tho up and paced tho tablished Jones' Brand Fertilize?. anger. He stood W. B. ELLIS & BRO., floor nervously. Hartford, Kr. my words," tie said; '"this 30t4 "Mark w two-horse :A American, monotonously prosperous flour, which he said was sheltered In UnDOC MlillRl.. Fflfi Such and hideously unplcturesque. ho UUllUL ITIUUIILIU I UU a ravine. Turning nn Instant, CLEVER RUSE TO a critic has never been to tho town waved his hand and cried to mo In DEAD NEGRO TROOPER ot Taos or to tho ancient metropolis Arabic: of Acomn. Both of theso wonder GOLD "Meeting you Is a happy omen, O SMUGGLE places aro In our southwestern wondaughter of Syria!" "Returning to the post, in our SOUND IX WIND AXD LIMB, HUT derland Now Mexico. Both aro Indian pueblos yet each Is unique guest chamber with my companion, REFUSES FOOD RIDER KILLHEY WEIIE we could not sleep, nnd ascended to Taos represents tho highest typo of 1I011SK.H 01' KXVKU ED IX MEXICO. ' SHOD WITH PRECIOUS plled-u- p communal dwelling; Aconia April moon shone on the roof. The approaches the acme of plcturesquen-es- s METATs. n dusky landscape where nothing In situation nnd surroundings. crests on tho except moved Columbus, N. M., May 13. There's The world admits that our United wiVJKSSsSScSSSSSS of tho dunes some llttlo eddies of is rich In scenic splendor. Suaway oft on a horse In Columbus dying of a brok which hns been You Hava Always DESCRIBED sand. Suddenly we sawlong convoy en heart. He s sound in wind and limb States among earth's spectacles of Tho Kindfor over CO years, Bonght, andtho slgnnturo oC DESERT TRIP premo iu uso hns homo the Trlpolltan trail a ? and 1ms been mndo under Ills pcr- tho appearance of a ghost- but he won't cat or drink, nud he's grandeur Is tho unspenknbly sublime which had s.t&fl-?-&- 8onl supervision slnco Its Infancy. Grand Canyon of tho Colorado. Suply caravnn. At Its head I recognized slowly starving to death. &cvKcccA6iil, Allow no ono to deceivo you In this. When tho Tenth Regiment of col- reme in beauty Is tho valley of valleys Ijuly Writer in 1'rcncli Pnpcr Tells the mysterious horseman, then his nro lmfc All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Just-ns-jjoHow She Met Turkish Military companions, nnd then nn Intermin- ored troopers went Into Mexico Pri- that wo call Yosomlto. Tho wonders Experiments that trlflo with nud endanger tho health of vate George Hudnell ot Troop C rodo of the Yollowstono nro without rival IiCmlcr. Infants and Children Experience against KxperlineuU able line of mules, marching out be hind the other at an awkard gait, him. And when "Stables" sounded In tho world. Tho hugest trees that on the bugle nt tho end of n long, nature ever nursed lift their millenniumI while sparks seemed to fly from their dusty hike, Hudnell was by tho side -crowned heads In California's "Myrlam Harry" In tho Paris shoes. of his mount. Hudnell cared for him great forests. There Is In California Cnsforla Is a harmless Rnh.stituto for Castor Oil, PareTemps tells of her impressions of En-vHorses Short With Gold. ns he' might for a child. goric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. an almost unknown, untraveled Alwar between Italy Bey during tho compan "That is queer," said my All the little Intimacies that bind pine region, rivaling In beauty and contains neither Opium, Jlorphiiio nor other Rnrcotio and Turkey, when ho suddenly ap- ion. substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms man and animal together were pre- grandeur tho most famed regions of one of the French peared ono night at and allays Fevcrishncss- - For moro than thirty years it "One would say they were marching sent In an accentuated degree be- Switzerland. Wo have been told all military posts In Southern Tunis and on pebbles, nnd yet has been in constant tub for tho relief of Constipation, there Is only tween tho two. Hudnell carried sug- this hundreds of times, but we do not as mysteriously flitted away. Flatulency, "Wind Colt.1, nil Tccthlnj Troubles and sand on that trail." ar In his pocket. Tho horse nosed heed. Wo continue "Just goln' someDiarrhoea. It rcpnlates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, "Around us," she says, "there were "Yes," I replied, "It is very strange the pockets three times a day. Hud- where," we do not prnctlce tho art of assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural Bleep. only sand dunes, some wandering na- It must be glow worms that tho mules Tho Children's Panacea Tho aiotuer's Friend. tobacco many, travel In America; wo do not try to nell went without tive camps and some scouts with blue have crushed and which stick to their many tlme3 that he might buy from go "aboard at home." capes watching tho trail leading to shoes." the troop cook the sweets tho animal A quarter of a century of travel I Tripoli, and In tho courtyard of the "But there are no glow worms In loved. Nights when it snowed In tho has shown me tho wonders of nearly station two mitrailleuses and two tho desert." Sierras, and Col. Dood's cavalrymen, all the world. The spell of foreign Bears the Signature of jcore soldiers sent from Gabes. "Then the dunes are phospores-cen- t, with one blanket and orders against travel has always been upon mc "The day had been a picturesque simlike the sea; perhaps the a fire, shivered through the long Impelling motive of my life and and exciting one. A Jew had been oon has made them so, for one would hours, Hudnell slept on the picket the work and yet now I have realized arrested for selling field glasses and say that the animals are walking on line, close up against the horse's a tardy determination to "See Italian maps; a Greek had been gold, unless that young officer Is a neck. America at Last." Burton Holmes charged with selling contraband mahdl who makes stars appear under Other animals might kick and roll In Leslie's. been his feet." goods, and a Bedouin sheik had and bite on the Hue, but Hudnell's sentenced for stirring up his tribe to "But the caravan had disappeared. horse was different. A Good Family Cough Syrup. rally under the cross our frontier and "It was a long time afterward that Then, on March 29, came the first Can be made by mixing Pine-Ta- r, flag of Enver Bey. we learned that our fugitive guest brush between the Americans and Sugar, Hyoscyamus, SassaKind You "The evening was gloomy and op- was none other than Enver Bey and Villa men. Hudnell and tho horse Aconite, fras, Peppermint, Ipecac, Rhubarb, THK CENTAUR COM pressive. Tho simoon was blowing that he was returning from a trip came through safely. But two days Mandrake, Capsicum Murlato Ama burning to Berlin, whero he had obtained eo fiercely that it stretched later Hudnell was one ot a dozen monia, Honey and Glycerine. It Is yellow cloud between earth and sky. from the emperor notwithstanding troopers Injured when a Mexican pleasant, healing nnd soothing, raises Every time the cook opened the door the fact that Germany was the ally railroad train rolled down an em- the phlegm, and gives almost ina yellowish whirlwind entered with of Italy a million In gold and enbankment. He died later. stant relief. For conveyance of "him. There was sand in our plates couragement to resist la Tripoli. To Hudnell's horse was assigned to thoso who prefer not to fuss, It Is and sand at tho bottom of our glasses bring this gold, which was contraanother trooper, whose mount had supplied ready mado In 25c bottles Even the amiable gayety of the off- band of war, into Tunis, Enver had been killed at Guerrero. The new under name of Dr. Bell's to calm down conceived the Idea of shoeing with icers was beginning rider, who knew how Hudnell treated Can bo had at your drugwhen a blue scout came in, important gold the horses of his convoy of flour the horse, tried to follow suit. He gist. Insist on getting Dr. Bell's and discreet, and whispered some- and his mules. That was tho caravan carried sugar In his pockets. The and see that the for No Money thing to the lieutenant commander. he had left near our post, and It was horse quit eating sugar. One cold 3 mula Is on tho package. inAdrnnce He went out. We heard a few words that which we saw going off In the night Satinfac the trooper tried to sleep on and then tho officer came back, bring- night like a cortege." Hon Guar tho picket line as Hudnell had done. EDISOX OUT FOR COLOXEL. ing with him a guest covered with antocd The horse rolled on him, and would LowefltNet sand and wrapped up like a woman. Rheumatic Pain Stopped. trampled him to death had not "Has Greater Ability Than All Other have But when ho had removed his white The drawing of muscles, the sore a stable guard Interfered In time to Pricon Proposed Candidates. burnoos and his veils, we understood ncss, stiffness and agonizing pain of drag the man away. Tcrmis A from his uniform and his strapped Rheumatism quickly yield to Sloan's Oyster Bay. N. Y.. May 13. Hudnell's horse, formerly the exSaving oi boots that ho was a Turkish officer. Liniment. It stimulates circulation ample of every other troop horse In Thomas A. Edison has come out for SI 0 0 to "He was small, thin, but well built to tho painful part. Just apply as the outfit, became unmanageable. S2 0 0 Col. Roosevelt for president. and appeared to us very 'young, with directed to the sore spots. In a short From Fac P. A, STARCK expressed his At first tho horse was to bo shot. TheN inventor has lory Direct 'IttSIOSNT a short moustache whitened by the time the pain gives way to a tingling A lieutenant pleaded with the capopinion of the colonel's fitness In sand and his garments glowing as' if sensation of comfort and warmth tain, and the death verdict was with- vigorous terms, and, In the letter In IN YOUR they were powdered with gold from Here's proof "I have had wonder- drawn. which he makes his views known and OWN HOME dust of tho simoon. He excused ful relief since I used your Liniment the "If you can use him, take him," which he has sent to the Roosevelt Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days freo trial. In rour himself for his appearance, giving his on my knee. To think ono applica was the answer. home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use Nonpartisan league, he declares that name to us. He spoke French well. tion gave me relief. Sorry I havn't and test this piano for 30 days. If. at the end of that time, you do not find It the So the horse was held until an am- Col. Roosevelt Is tho only man to be highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever I noticed tho fineness of his hands, space to tell you the history. Thank bulance corps went northward. On seen for the money, you aro at pcrfec liberty to Rend It back, and we will, In that considered at any time. In his letter event, pay the freight both ways. T i Starck Piano must make good with you, and from tho energetic way they lng you for what your remedy has a halter, behind the jolting wagon, says: Mr. Edison or mere is no saie. broke bread or placed his glass on done for me." James S. Ferguson, the horse went north, too. "He (Roosevelt) has moro real Easy Payments Save $150.00 or Mora the table I felt that, In spite of his Philada, Pa. Sloan's Liniment kills He's In the veterinarian's corral statesmanship, a better grasp of tho Tou pay no cash down, but after 30 dayi We sblp direct to you from our factory, at age and tho absence of gold lace, he pain. 25c at druggists. of trial, ou can begin payment on the lowprices that me you upwards of ! 150.00 lc iic 3 now. They try to make him eat. A most Important needs of this counry, est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano cost of your piano. We guarantee to fuMlsh was a leader. manufacturer. These terms are arranxed to ycu a better piano for the mony than you can nibble or two of even the best oats, and greater executive ability to handYou are nisure'1 ot rrcetvlnff tult your convenience, and it il possible for secure elsewhere. Chatted of tho Boulevards. and tho horse stops. Sometimes a le the big international problems that FINDS SNAKE. yu to buy a piano for your home, without a satisfactory sweet toned durable hlfli grada rr.ltsirg thi money. . . piano. negro trooper approaches the corral. will arise at the close of the war than "He lightly chatted about Paris, oiarcn up his ears and all the other proposed candidates put Oit.Yas? firiavanlaa the boulevards and the theaters with Fruit Man Discovers Boa Constrictor The horse pricks Play-r-Pli2nd - Hand Bargain ErerT Starck Piano ! the air of being a man of the world trots up, expectancy in every move. together." In Banana Hunch. arc Starck for 13 year, We bare contantly en hartl the lst and most beautifuaranteed in this out of tho way hole In the deBut the ears drop and the brisk gait has bacs a large, number uf slightly used en ths ful PITer Pis jt ptaoot of all of It our 3S yean of plana and s'ou win tx market, sert. But, ono of the lieutenants hav- -' Keokuk, la., May 10. When Carl stops, and the thinning sides droop Stable Doors 0M?n When Flro Enexperience, and the repustandard make taken in lighted with the many exbemake dangers Horses. ing spoken to mc in Arabic, he pitiably. The horse doesn't tation of an fcr new Starck Pianos O. Taylor an employe of tho clusive features of theso The follow. rciponilble piano bouse. snj wonderful Instruments, ami A largo packing concern In Califorcame suddenly grave. Grapefruit Company cut off mistakes and Hudnell is gone. Ing are a few sample bargains i will be pleased with the cavalry horses that nia has installed an automatic means 60 Free Musio "You know Arabic, Madame?" tery low prices at which "I've known of Weber the top stalk of a bunch of bananas $110.00 they can be secured, q - for opening tho doors of its horse Lessons 92.00 Stelnway A little; I was born In Palestine, at the office tho other day he was loved their riders," said the white1. ..( Piano Bool; Free Chlckering 90.03 ..I ..A,nlnn win n "Kilt noTP, tllta stable which allows the horses to es To every purchaser of ....- in Jerusalem." suddenly startled to see a head pro- liuiieu eicwuuiiuii, wi .v. Bend todar tor our new Starck Pianos, wo give free 95.00 Kimball muj'.c leuons. In one ot beautifully illustrated piano "At Jerusalem," ho cried. "That Is trude from the bunch, a small flat way. One of tho officers believed cape at any tlmo of the day or night 195.00 book which glres you Starck the beat known schools In holy city for us, tho city of the sinister looking head with two flash- that to call the horse by name might If thero Is danger of fire. Tho device also a large amount of InformaChicago. These lessons you Send for our latest complete tion regarding pianos. This ran take In your own borne, Friend of God, that Is to say, of Ab- ing eyes in it. It was not half an bring him around. But It seems that is operated in much the same manner bargain list. book will interest and by mall. This reprcienti please you. Write today. raham. You have seen tho tomb of Inch from his arm before he put Into Hudnell used to call him "Baby," as an automatic sprinkler. When one year's free Instruction. 1818 Starck DldiJ., CHICAGO And our mosque of effect safety first measures and re- and we don't seem to say It like ho tho tempature In Its stable rises to a Abraham! P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. certain point a weight is released Omar! Then, Madame, you are al- tired from the Immediate vicinity of did." which falls on a lever that In turn most a "hadjla" and have tho right the object. to wear the green turban. Harrod Got Kid of Her releases all the doors simultaneously. It was a snake all right and was How Mrs. At tho saiua Instant certain noises Stomach Trouble. "And when I told him I had travel- colled around the stock of the bunch ed as a child in Arabia with my fath- near the top. Other employes ot tho "I suffered with stomach trouble aro mado mechanically which frighter nnd lived among tho Bedoum office soon gathered to wonder and for years and tried everything I en tho horses from their places. The tribes, and that as a poor young girl ponder over the situation, the first heard of, but tho only relief I got was releasing lever Is occasionally operatin Paris I always had dreamed of re-- 1 of this character that had ever con- temporary until last spring I saw ed by hand to glvo the horses a flro turning to Arabia as a prophetess, fronted them, for never before had Chamberlain's Tablets advertised drill. Each horse soon learns to trot living on tho charity of Allah, he n snako been discovered on a bunch and procured a bottle of them at our from Its stall when tho door opens grew excited and cried: of bananas, although several tar- drug store. I got Immedlato relief and tho alarm sounds. From tho "Ah, Arabia, cradle on Islam! And antulas had been captured in the from that dreadful heaviness after May Popular Mechanics Magazine. eating and from pain In tho stomthe Arabian race, eudurlng as tho past. Cough. rock! It you knew what could bo Two beady, cruel eyes glared with ach," writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort "When my daughter had whooping Obtalnablo everydone with It. If It wore all together, venom at the men and a wicked fork- Wayne, Ind. Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can m cough sho coughed so hard at ono no nation in Europe, however, power- ed tongue darted furtively at them. where. , ,.tv..,w. ir,t.;,.rri :.. rn n jwu r. iiuiiiuiu hemorrage ot tho time that she had vjiiii uii ful in warlike material, could con- Filially some chlorform was secured filVU uiiv iuiuivuwv uuauuiii lungs. I was torrlbly alarmed about quer a bit of tho land where tho grain nnd the unwelcome visitor was jiut KccIiik America At Lust. Mill Co.,' 'phone, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. aboard at her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's I tried this "going has sprouted under the benediction! to sleiv, nftor which ho was unCough Remedy so highly recommend- 1 I found It well homo" last summer of Islam!" wound from the stock. . "Astonished at this outbreak of worth whllo and very rich In profi- ed, I got her a bottlo and It relieved And lo nnd behold, there lay tho cough at onco. Before sho had fanaticism, tho officers looked at each thorn a young boa constrictor, table rotums of Interest and Ono need not venture far finished two bottles of this remedy other. He noticed it and became one of the world's most deadly snakes but soon began to speak again nnd Its largest, from tho swamps and afield to find sights of supreme Inter sho was entirely well," writes Mrs. We Knock the Spots Out of Things Obof his love for Franco and his ad- jungles ot South America, a snake est. Tho American who Is not thrill S. F. Grimes, Crooksvlllo, Ohio. m II talnablo overywhoro. ministration of tho French. that history and geography teaches ed by tho noble buildings of our Na ' "An alliauco with Franco would bo us winds Its colls about Its victim tional Academy and the superb eceno Winchester Wants Camp. background at West Point had better tho salvation of Turkey," ho de-- ! aud chokes him to death. Winchester, Ky May 8. An efc hi red, and, raising his glass, drank feet give up hope ot being thrilled by any Tho young boa measured 3 Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Lesfort Is being made to securo tho 191G French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a to the French army. In length nnd had Just recently shed of the splendid Bights of this grand encamptment sons explained by Moving PIc-tuot tho Stato Guard of Superior Manner. "The lieutenant commander want- Its skin. Tho old skin remained on world of ours. West Point Is ono of Kentucky for this city, and a commachine. Seven big Deed nlm to pass the night." tho hunch after the boa had been tho great sights not only ot America, Send us your Garments and Have partments Sjuortuand, Bookmittee will go this week to FrankThem abstracted. Tho snako is spotted but ot the world. Historically, Its "' "" keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, to Interview Adjt. Gen. J. Tandy must go, my caravan ought to bo re- with yellows, tans and browns. Tho appeal Is strong and eminently dra- fort Muslj, Primary Normal. ExEllis. Tho Commercial Club will CLEANED CLEAN freshed by this time," aud ho wrap- shipment ot bananas in which the matic. pert teachers. Modern equiphave charge ot tho matter, with Capt. Packages called tor and delivered. reAnother placo holding a rich ped himself in his mantle. snako came was received hero from Harry Strother as chief advisor. Gen, ment. Position assured. "The simoon having relaxed, wo Now Orleans on April 21 and had ward for those who turn aside from Ellis has notified the city that the Write for catalogue. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB accompanied him to tho outskirts of been in the storeroom since that tlmo. tho beaten track to visit It is Montiguard encampment can be secured It our post, where horsemen, voiled like When tho shipment arrived a cord cello, tho home of Thomas Jefferson. proper arrangements can bo mado. A. Iva Nail, Prop. Daviess Co. Bus. College Travelers who have never traveled him, awaited him. Ho thanked tho was tied around tho bunch In which HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. officers warmly for their hospitality, the boa was reposing not a halt dozen In tho land which owes so much to Incorporated Jefferson tell us that thero is no varbade goodby to us, leaped on his Inches from him. OWENSIIORO, ICY. FOR FLETCHER'S Subscribe for Tho Hertford Rcpub and galloped oft on tho trail ' Tho bananas originally came from iety in tho United States that ono Iiorso town Is very like another hopelessly llcua $1.00 per year. to Tripoli to rejoin his convoy of South America. Children Cry for Fletcher's ay ftfilLSi ft " sai i f il 01 fj od " What is CASTOR A er It GENUINE CASTOR A ALWAYS v In Use For Over 30 Years The Have Always Bought Plne-Tar-Hon- Starck Pianos tf Paotiy I!ail..it 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL nw I'layer-Ptan- second-han- Lago-marcl- Pliyer-Flano- second-han- v THOS. E. MOSS Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. I I t u..fu..,i J bo-fo- re pictur-csquonc- si-lo- , Ladies' and Men's Garments I II I ro "" ' Children Ory si' CASXORIA t I MrtTiiri mvx lwiLs; See our big line oi Straw Hats and Oxfords for men and women. OTssssvs6Ssssi RICH OIL STRIKE IN ALLEN COUNTY KENTUCKY OPERATIONS CONTINUE IN POWELL AND NEIGHBORING SECTIONS. f Some of most important developments In Kentucky's petroleum fields havo occured in Allen county, near tho Tennessee border. A recent strike question of issuing THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND ($300,000) DOLLARS of 175 barrels' capacity defines a of bonds of Ohio County for tho purpose of building roads and bridges In new extension, several miles apart said County and asking that tho Court enter an order directing the Sheriff; The from tho main operations. to hold an election for said purpose on the 20th, day of May, 1916, and the strike, In addition to being ono of the Court having examined said Petition and tho signatures thereto, and tho best yet mado in Southern Kentcky purpose thereof, and being advised sustains said petition, and districts, Indicates tho most importNOW ORDERS that an election bo held In Ohio County, Kentucky, and ant extension yet made in the district In each of the regular established and existing voting precincts thereof on Darbourville owners of more than tho 20th day of May 1916, same being more than sixty days after the filing acres near the new strike are of tho petition and the entering of this order, for the purposo of taking the rushing drills Into the field nnd will sense of the legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, as to whether or not drill a number of tests. Many other they are In favor of issuing THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND ($300,000) operators aro making a rush and will DOLLARS of bonds of Ohio County for the purpose of procuring funds for redouble efforts In defining their tho building of roads and bridges in said County. territory. A number of other good The Sheriff of Ohio County Is ordered and directed to conduct said elecstrikes, In addition to tho feature tion, nnd he is further directed to advertise samo and tho objects thereof completion, aro reported from Allen. for at least thirty days beforo tho date thereof In each of following newsThere Is tnlk of extension of a pipe papers published In Ohio County, Kentucky, viz; Hartford Republican, line from near Scottsvillo to Nashand Hartford Herald, they being all the newspapers published in Ohio ville, Tenn., tho bulk of the county's County, and he shall also advertlso same by printed hand bills posted up at production finding a market in the not less than four public places In each voting precinct In tho County and Tennessee city, to which It 1b shipped at the front door of tho Court House in Hartford, Kentucky, same to bo In tank cars. posted not less than thirty dnys before tho date of said election. 1 Kentucky operations continue cenSaid Sheriff will submit to tho voters of the County at said election tho tered In Estill and bordering coun following question; ties of Eastern Kentucky, where some o "ARE YOU IN FAVOIJ OF ISSUING THREE HUNDRED shallow sand districts havo brought Aold Spring Colds. DOLLARS IN D0NDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF in over a hundred new operators. So Sudden changes, high winds, shiftyour- ' How nbout that new cultivator you promised DUILDING ROADS AND DRIDGES?" great has been the movement of tho ing seasons cause colds and grippe, when you harvested only half a crop on self hiit fall, drill In Estill county, according to and these spring colds are annoying Said ballots will be prepared as is provided for In General Election law, operators returning from there, that and dangerous and are likely to turn Section 1459 of Kentucky Statutes. account of not having tools to cultivate it with as it the highways aro In deplorablo condi- Into a chronic summer cough. In The election herein provided for shall be conducted by those election should have been clone? This greatly handicaps new such cases take a treatment of Dr. officers who conducted the regular November 1915 election. tion. work, but no cxpenso(ls being spared King's New Discovery, a pleasant JOHN D. WILSON, J. O. C. C. in rushing work. Half a dozen new Laxative Tar Syrup. It soothes the A True Copy Attest: strikes flguro In the week's showing, cough, checks the cold and helps W. C. DLANKENSHIP, Clerk of Ohio County Court.. , You should investigate the Brinly Leverless. No Runs havo break up an attack of grippe. Its all of good capacity. levers, no springs, always in balance. They will do X greatly Increased, the average week already prepared, no mixing fussing. ly yield now being around 7,000 bar Just ask your druggist for a bottle TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY KENTUCKY: more and bettes work, longer and easier and without Pursuant to the above order there will be an election held at the various rels. Completion of a pipe line to Dr. King's New Discovery. Tested you have had with other $ Campton, Wolfe county, will greatly of tried for over 40 years. those frequent break-down- s 3 places of voting in Ohio County, on the 20th day of May, 1916, for the purand pose of taking the sense of tho legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, on facilitate the movement of oil, afcultivators. fording a pipe lino through to the Lightning Rods Protect Straw Stacks the question as to whether or not they are in favor of issuing THREE HUNWest Virginia refineries. For several years an Iowa farmer DRED THOUSAND ($300,000) DOLLARS in bonds of tho County for the Tho neighboring county of Powell has protected his straw stacks with purpose of building road and bridges. The polls will be opened and closed The Janesvillo Disc Cultivator the original which for just now Is experiencing an oil boom, lightning rods in the same manner at the same times and said election conducted in the same manner as other In the field. that he protects bis farm buildings. general elections and by those election officers who conducted the regular with many lease-takeremained the standard of con- over thirty years has Somo wells have been drilled, but The uprights on a stack are support- November electlbn In 1915. Given under my hand this 8th day of April 1916. struction and perfection of all disc cultivators prices asked for for leases are out of ed on a footboard which runs the S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff of Ohio County. proportion to petroleum thus far de- full length of the stack, along the veloped, It Is stated, big bonuses be- ridge. Tho rods aro grounded ing commanded by territory In ad- through gas pipes, the lower ends vance of tho proven areas. This Is of which are burled deep In the not keeping operators out, howevr, earth. This apparatus Is used from and Powell county promises to rival year to year. When a stack is to be Estill In new work before the sum- removed the cable and rods are rollc mer season Is far advanced. ed UP; and put aside until a new stack A llttlo new work In Madison coun- has been built. The device can be vember. ty Is making slow progress, with no quickly and easily installed. Though BRYAN DEMOCRATS W. J. Dryan may not himself come strikes yet reported. Much of this 12'trees'on this farm and three barns out openly against the two men and county is under lease by operators on neighboring' farms havo been Will help parents develop their dons into WILL BOLT TICKET others of tho party nominees who who believe a shallow sand pool will struck by lightning in recent years, antagonized him prior to tho primary. bo opened up. the barns and stacks on this farm the best type of citizens and Christian What Is moro likely is that ho will enjoyed complete havo so far absent himself from tho state during gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatHost Thing for a Dillnus Attack Immunity form damage by lightning. NKHRASKA FOLLOWERS OF COM- tho greater part of the campaign. From the April Popular Mechanics "On account of my confinement In MONER WILL LINE UP WITH tered and comes from the best homes in Drother Charley, according to printing office I have for years Magazine. THE RKPUUL1CANS. many reports, will fight both Hitch- tho indigesbeen a chronic sufferer from the South. Its capacity is limited, therecock and Neville In tho open, as well liver trouble. A few weeks tion as other state and legislative nom- ago and fore, reservations should be made early. I had an attack that was so se FOR FLETCHER'S Lincoln. Neb., May 13. William inees, whom he accuses of disloyalty, vere that I was not able to go to the Place your son in this select group of Jennings Dryan has been repudiated Charles, It has developed, received two days. Falling to get for case for by the Democratic party In Nebraska, the Populist party nomination boys. Write any relief from any other treatment, which ho has dominated for twenty-Jlv- o governor. Ho is expected to decline Notice to Creditors. In It, for ho could muster only 2,000 or I took three of Chamberlain's Tabyears with scarcely a break. Tho McHenry Deposit Dank having next day I felt like a new lofeatlng him for delegato at largo 3,000 votes as tho candidate strictly lets and tho Dalley, Editor been placed in the hands of the Rankman," wrltos H. C. to the national convention the domin- of that party, and the effect would be Carolina News, Chapln, S. C. Ob- ing Commission of Kentucky all patant faction in tho party has, in tho to weaken the chances of the Repub- tainable everywhere. For catalogue and information. Box A. m rons having claims against said bank opinion of many politicians, thrown lican nominee. (now in liquidation) aro notified to -. away an election In order to chastise present samo, properly proven, to tho Sudden, Hut Not Unexpected. tind humiliate a troublesorao indivi- Catarrh Cannot Be Cured undersigned at McHenry, Ky., on or Six road bond Issues were defeatdual. beforo tho 5th day of July, 191G. with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they To keep company with his moro cannot reach the scat of the dliease. Ca- ed In ns many counties last week. 40t4eow 4.97 L. C. DROWN, lot Is h blood or constitutional disease, famous brother, Mayor Charles W. tarrhIn order to cure it you must take In- Henderson county led tho way with WILL FILL A WANT! 4.97 and 1915, Samo Special Deputy Danklng Com'r. remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is Dryan was decisively turned down In ternal internally, and acts directly upon a vote of almost ten to ono against 4.18 1914, Jane Gwynn taker his effort to obtain tho Democratic the biood and mucous surface. Hall's tho proposed Issuance of $400,000 ot MrHenry Delinquent School Tax List. 1915, Same 4.18 Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It bonds. In tho other counties the nomination for governor. Since the suspension of the 5.38 Dy vlrture of authority vested in 1914, Rosco Calloway, one lot. was prescribed by one of tho best phyMen who have studied tho cause of sicians In this country for years and Is vote was much closer, tho adverso mo as Tax collector for tho McHenry 1914, Levi Glvens, 50 acres prescription. It Is composed of majority falling short of a hundred a resular Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, the W. J. Dryan backset says It la the best tonics known, combined with the 7.76 land Graded School District, Ohio county, purifiers, acting directly on tho In one ot them. there has been 'quite threefold his break with President best blood '. 6.62 Ky., I will on Monday, June G, 1916, 1915, Same mucous surfaces. The perfect combinaIn view of tho practically unbrok- expose Wilson on tho question of national tion of tho two Ingredients Is what propublic sale the following 1914, Aimer Porter, one lot. . 4.18 a demand for a weekly Kenat duces such wonderful results in curing en record that had gone before, preparedness, hla determination to catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. lands, or so much thereof as may bo 1914, Robert Trail, one lot, party principles F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. something like $0,500,000 having necessary to produce the sums re dictato patronage and 3.38 tucky newspaper that gives Pr'ct 34 Sold by Drugclits. price 75c. Take Hall's Family nils for constipation. been raised by majorities in many in- quired, yiz: in his homo state, and his determinaall the more important state 1914, Thomas Daker, one lot stances representing a total of two-thirtion that the Democrats of Nebraska 3.78 news, as well as the general Pr'ct. 14 1913, E. G. Durton Heirs ono amed-nien- t. Words. Deeds Louder Than and more of the vote cast, this should tndorso tho prohibition lot, J. L. Durton, agt, . . .$ 4.18 1915, Arthur Dowell, one lot. . 4.58 Cleveland, Ohio, May 14. Apro- reversal of form Is, to say tho least, 4.18 1915, H. D. Geary, one lot.... 4.89 news, crisp editorials, , good young girl's rich marriage, sudden it cannot be said that it is 1914, Same pos of a Liquor Edict Lases Votes. 4.18 1915, Mrs. Martha Jones, one 1915, Same stories, timely cartoons and Tho announcement he made two Mayor Rockwell said at a reception wholly unexpected; it is almost safe 4.97 lot say that it is the 1913, Mrs. Mary Cargal, 10 to go further and illustrations. months ago that no aspirant for offi- in Akron: 3.79 1915, Iaac Parrlott, one lot.. 5.68 acres land "Our girls don't marry disadvan- best thing that could have happened. , ce could expect his support who did There is no such excellent as often as our boys do. In Henderson county, "paradoxical 1913, George Smith, one lot. . 14.52 1915, Mrs. Cyntha Sbull, one not come out Bquaroly against the. tageous 2.20 lot In tho whirl of love the female as It may seem," tho bond issuo was 1913, James A. Austln.one lot. 6.57 had its effect. paper as the liquor interests also 6.57 1915, James Stevens, two lots 4,97 get as dizzy as the defeated by tho good roads advo- 1914, Same Tho extent to which Charles W. doesn't seem to 6.57 1915, R. P. Deck, 45 acres land 30,57 Twice-a-Wee- k 1915, Same cates. Tho Fiscal Court had been Dryan made himself tho sole media- male. "A pretty girl told me tho other asked to consent to the naming of a 1913, N. P. Drown, one lot. . . 7.36 1915, Calvin Craddock, ono lot 4,58 tor between W. J. Dryan and the Owensboro Messenger 8.27 1915, Christian Heirs, one lot, very commission to havo charge of tho ex- 1915, Same party leaders added to organize day that sho was engaged to a 3.79 (Edited by Urey Woodson.) ( L. L. Stewart agent of tho money to bo voted 1913, Galther Heirs, ono lot. . 4.18 penditure dissatisfaction with tho commoner. rich landowner. 3.39 1915, D. M. Duncan estate, "Well, well," said I, "and hero wo for roads and to have tho right to 1915, Same The opportunity camo at tho primary It comes every Wednesday one lot, W. Duncan agent 16.51 thought you'd marry the eloquent employ a competent engineer to have 1913, Ollls Hawes, ono lot. . . . 5.38 election' to deal both tho Dryans a all 6.18 1915, It. A. Plerco 8.04 and Saturday, you about charge of the work of construction. 1915, Same (16 pages a wallop, and, throwing discretion to young preacher who took The Fiscal Court rofused. The Good 1913, Frank Penman, ono lot. 2.99 1915, E. P. Rogers, one lot. . . 6,57 week or more), and is winds, tho dominant faction of so much last summer." the 1.40 1915, John II. Reynolds, ono "Tho girl amlled." Roads Association then attempted 1914, Same Nebraska Democracy has dealt tho in every regard. lot M0 "Deeds speak louder than words," to havo tho election called off. Fall- 1913, S. A. Reynolds, one hjt, 9.58 blow. ing In this, It wisely nnd rightly di- 1913, Clmrllo Stewart, one lot. 4,58 1915, S. A. Reynolds, one lot. 10.58 sho said." frankly outspoken Somo of tho MesTry the Twice-a-Wee- k 1915, Robt. Raines, one lot.. 3.79 rected Its efforts to tho defeat of the 1913, Williams Mines Amusemeu admit it was the Dryan 4.77 1915, Mrs. Amelia Southard, government "bond lssuo. ment Co., ono It is learned from senger for a year in connecscalp, not party success, they most ."., 4.77 navy 3.39 k. one lot Tho county that votes $400,000 for 1914, Samo intensely desired, and now that their statistics that tho United States tion with the Hartford Repub4.77 1915, Mrs. J. D. Simpson, one most thoroughly roadB with tho certainty that tho 1915, Samo deslro has been achieved they will constitutes tho 3.39 lican. world. money will bo honestly and intelli- 1913, G. C. Wakeland, ono lot. 4.58 lot proceed to reorganize tho party ,on American body of men in the Of tho 52,561 men aboard American gently expended for roads Is taking 1913, Virgil Wise, one lot. . . . 3.79 1915, Ed. Cooper, ono lot. . . . 3.79 liking. lines to their Both papers,' ojie. year for 3.79 i 191G, Will Turner, one lot. . . , 3.38 warships or serving on shore, 47,064 a long step forward. Tho county 1914, Same Holt To Republicans. 3.79 Graded School Mo- - $1.50. All clubbinz subscripcontinental ty that votes road bonds for what- 1915, Samo Central Park The followers of the Dryans, lots wore bom within tho States, and of ever amount, small or large, and 1914, H. M. Maddox, ono lot. . 4.58 Henry, Ky, of them, aro entirely frank in an- limits of tho United tions should b.e addiessjd to 4.58 In'tho turnB matters over to the unrestrict- 1915, Samo A. P. HAMMONS nouncing their intention to throw tho the remainder 1,900 were bom Republican, Hartford, Ky. Collector. '45t4 this country. ed discretion of the Fiscal Court "Is 1914, Mrs: Rosa Maddox, ono election to tho Republicans in No overseas possessions of 1,-0- 00 Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY, .-- roroS&MS$S&SSS&W( WK. AKMIlK -J ns like as not to lose Its real money nnd Its hoped-fo- r roads. Tho avernge Fiscal Court Is not composed of men choson for their knowledge of road building, granting In every Instance that there Is hones ty of Intent. It is not probable that tho condi tions in other counties that voted down bonds were identical with those lh Henderson, hut there is reason to suspect that had the people been convinced that every dollar voted for roads would have gone Into roads not a single bond issue would have been defeated. Tho General Assembly, at Its recent session, was asked to provide a sufficient number of Stato engineers to bring about effective supervision of road construction In every county operating under State aid. Through the activity of Senator Drock and others who argued that such a provision would create a political machine, the Stato and a large number of counties arc already committed, without adequate State supervision, to the expenditure of six and a half million dollars. Counties In which there aro not sufficient county engineers and where the Fiscal Court refuses to consent to tho commission plan will do well to go slow. Once assured of adequate supervision, honest expenditure and Intelligent construction there is not, we believe, a county in Kentucky that will fall to vote bonds for roads The Louisville Times. NOTICE-SPECI- AL ROAD BOND ELECTION ORDERS OHIO COUNTY COURT, Regular Term, 6th day of March, 1916. Hon. Jno. D. Wilson, J. O. C. p., Presiding. J. D. Williams, Guy Statlor, J. A. Johnson, J. II. Thomas and 363 other freeholders and legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, having on this the 6th day of March, 1916, filed their petition In this Court asking that nn election bo held in Ohio County, Kentucky, for tho purpose of voting on tho t ! BEFORE YOU BUY t ALSO, rs A.B.Row&Sonf Cetitertowii, Ky. I IIIIIIIIIIIII1II1III11IIIIIIII Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Children Cry CA3TORI A MSTHE1MEY & BATTS -- sgiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiniiil t up-to-da- te an lot.,..., . j .fjeJgateued lie Klein; thence at right angles and It left behind It an egg which It had KNEW IN ADVANCE with a line ot Miss Salllo Klein 113 1 evidently laid within an hour or so. feot to n stake, thence nt right angles Just when and how the partridge got OF COLUMBUS RAID a parallel lino with Washington St., saloon the bartender didn't law nt the rcntofflc Into the Entered accordlni? to 85 feet to a stake on tho edge of nmll martr ot the ecund know. Owensboro News. Hartford. Ky.. Clay street;, thence with the edge to In this Instance patrons of the -( M. Barnett by J. P. Hendricks and from quail on Editor Purity should refrainhearty toast to SENATOR CHARGES THAT WAR L. J. Hendricks, which deed Is of ALLISON J. 1URNETT DEPARTMENT HAD INFORMAtoast and Join in a record in deed book 10, page 107, V. S. TINSLEY,. .Witness Manager TION HUT DID NOTHING. that quail. Ohio County Clerk's Office, nnd same to Address nil communications property conveyed to John B. Foster CANDIDACY. THE DU POXT The Hartford Republican. by C. M. Barnett and wife September The' Business Men's League is puttWashington, May 17. Attacks on Is of record ing up a game fight against odds for the provision for a Government ni- 4, 1S99, and which deed NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS in deed book 19, page 527, Ohio Co. of Gen. T. Coleman trate plant incorporated in the army ntfrll.fre .IwlrliK? the pmr eent to a new the nomination ' Court Clerk's Office. the old alurf In loaklug the du Pont for the Republican nominadiSrrM inuit rI bill delayed adoption of the conferThe Interest levied on herein beTKjowt. tion, using as their slogan, "A Bus- ees' report y In tho Senate. Sen-nt- ing line and 5c the same property inherited by J. BtwIoeM Localu nnl Notice 10c President." If that Is iness Man for Hardwlck, of Georgia, led In tho Ney Foster from his father, John B. prr line (or ench ndilltlooiil Insertion. buswhat the people want no better nttack, characterizing tho provision Obltnnrleo, RMnlutlonH and Card of iness man could be be found than Mr. as dangerous, socialistic and pater- Foster. perllse, money In ndvaiicn. The purchaser will be required to Cfcarrh Notice for nervlwa free, but other du Pont and he possesses the admiral nal. The debate was broadened out per line,' dvertliement, loyalty to friendship, cherish- by Senator Lodge denouncing the re- execute bond with good nnd suffiof 'iDODjinons coinmnnlrntlona will retelte no trait cient 'security Immediately after the ing It as did pamon and Pythias. . duction In the Senate provision for sale. tt til Ion No ono can be blamed for wanting tne size of the regular army. Given under my hand, this the at more business sense displayed "With not a soldier left on the AtT3LSFIZOI7EB. May, 1916. Washington. The present administra- lantic coast from Maine to Fortress 18th dny of ...... .123 CumtKltini S. O. KEOWN, .. CO as Monroe, STaxxaaso' 2.1'tt.tw.a.l tion has shown none. But as bad y they are taking the Sheriff Ohio County, Ky. it Is needed we are in greater need roast artillery and the Pacific coast diplomatic In of diplomacy for one VIII DAY, MAY 10. the same condition all to take Land Sale for Drainage Taxes. blunder may destroy the result of care of tho little trouble In Mexico," By authority vested In me as years of toll on the. part of the bus- said Senntor Lodge, "It seems to me AXXOUXCEMEXTS. iness man. It can also be truthfully practically incredible that either sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I, said that there Is very little brllllnnt branch of Congress should be willing or one of my deputies, will offer at public sale, for drainage taxes due We are authorized to announce diplomacy around the capital city. to put $20,000,000 into a nitrate SPURRIER, of Grayson county, formerly lived in Ken- plant at Muscle Shoals or some oth- me, Interest and costs herein, nt the TOM Mr. du Pont as a candidate for Congress, from the tucky, is well known in Ohio county er place and not be willing to give court house door in Hartford, Ohio Fourth District, subject to the action and was at one time a citizen of our tho country soldiers enough for Its county, Kentucky, on June 3, 19 10, If immediate defense against troubles It being the first Monday ot said of the Republican primary, Saturday, neighbor county of Muhlenberg. 5, 191C. aspirations are un- so trivial as confront us on the bor- June, 1916, the following described August his presidential successful we hope to see him firmly der. I do not believe our conferees property, to wit: Mrs. J. W. Mercer, 116 acres, authorized to announce the located in a good Republican cabinet could have gotten more. I am We are candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Re- next year where he will have an op- thankful for what they did get, but boundes as follows: Beginning at a publican nomination for county at- portunity to serve his people with his I don't want Senators here to be un- stake In said Hartford and Goshen road S55 feet south of where said torney of Ohio county. Subject to splendid business ability. der the delusion that they have got- ditch crosses said rpad; thence south 4-- 0 action of the Primary Election, the ten what they should have for their 40 W. S30 feet to a stake; thence Saturday, August 5, 1916. country." MODERN BLUEBEARD'S 18 W. 255 feet to a stake, north 67 WIVES ALL ARE MISSIXG Senator Newlands suggested tho corner between said Mercer nnd C. refusing to acept the advisability of What shall we do with Ohio counM. and E. T. Williams; thenco with Budapest, via London, May 12. conference report. ty? Piker. N. SO W. 2060 feet to willing to run the risk their lines official Investigation into the Further "I am not 'their corner in said Carter's line; Don't forget the good roads elec- case of the modern bluebeard in the of losing what little we have gained with said Carter's lino N. Vote for he bonds village of Clnkota, who, It develops, in this bill," responded Senator thence tion 1960 feet to a gum; thence with said and let's build some roads in Ohio v. us known as Bela Kiss, shows that Lodge. "I think it was the original Carter's corner on Muddy Creek; county. the man made a practice for years, plan of those In the House to do ab- thence N. SS 3 E. 2550 feet to n according to the police, of decoying solutely nothing." stake In said road; thence with said In trying to Justify Mr. Wilson's women by marriage advertisements, Senator Smith, of Michigan, deDemocratic news- obtaining their money on marriage clared a current report that the War road to the beginning. diplomatic blunders Of which 76 acres is assessed In papers are pointing to the deeds of promises and then murdering them. Department had advance Information elghten of the raid at Columbus, N. M., and the second class at $S90.3S, and 40 Other presidents. The police have a record of is assessed in the third class at women with whom Kiss was at vari- had not taken proper steps to pre- acres Read the "Good Roads Catechism" ous times associated, eight of whom vent it should be Investigated. Sena- $389.04. Total assessment $1,2S0.02. The amount of assessments, interIn another column of this issue of The have long been reported as missing, tor Fall agreed that the War DepartRepublican. Most any question 'you '.hile the ten others have not yet ment should be Interrogated on tho est and costs for the years 1914, may desire to ask is answered there- been found. In the houe he had oc- - subject, and said he Intended to ad- 1915, and 1916 against above desproperty being: 1914, $93. 4S; in. 'c.jpled were discovered packages of dress the Senate soon of the sub- cribed 1915, $40.84; 1916, $227.S3. Other from all parts of tne ject. Many of the bond advocates in the love letters costs, $11.00. Total $373.15 , including the United States. S. O. KEOWN, cities of Ohio county are interested Disposition of U. S. Army. Tour of seven sealed leaden cases Sheriff Ohio County. for no other purpose than helping found In the dwelling were opened, present Washington, May 17. The ' the farmer and with a desire to see 'litres contained the bodies ')'. strang- disposition of the United States army county move forward. the SHERIFF'S SALE. fourth were is as follows: ' led women, while in the was One United States and Continental many derbys was di- seven women's dresses. The price of ' By virtue of an execution No. S10 to a young Mexico Mobile army. 1923 offlce.rs vided and sought new owners when nicritifled as belonging the v ornan who has been racing for ten and 34,510 men; Coast Artillery Issued from the Ohio Circuit Court, George Smith came first under of Corps, 5C8 officers and 14,775 men. Ky., on April 4, 1916, in favor wire in the famous Kentucky event ytars. Life Insurance 3 the lhere appears to be no doubt that The Philippines 471 officers, Saturday. men; Philippine Scouts, 182 off- Co., against S. J. Tichenor for the KIfs died at Valjevo, Sttbla, as resum of $6,000.00 together with 6 Although he icers and 5,933 men. Judging from the recent attacks ported previously. by Democratic lurely worked, he spent money so and 9,352 per cent Interest thereon from the 6th Hawaii 299 officers on Mr. Roosevelt day of October, 1914, also the sum ot papers we would say that the Colonel generously that he was known gen- men. of being erally as "the American Uncle." and 6,100 $23.50 cost, and the further amount Panama 1S9 officers has a very bright chance of cost of collection and cost of this men. nominated. was placed In 33 officers and 683 sale which execution Porto Rico Fair Reorganized. mv hands as herlff of Ohio county for an Apache Indian Sergt. Chicken, The Breckinridge County Fair has men. and by virtue vested In scout with the U. S. troops in MexiAlaska 23 officers and 759 men. collection, Judge C. C. me by the Commonwealth of Kenwith the ban- been reorganized with co,' describes a brush The concentration In Mexico and Givens as general manager for this my deputies, will 0 tucky, I, or one of dits in four words, "Him damn fine year. on the border accounts for about on Monday, June the 5th, 191C at war correspond-jen- t fight." What a fine men. There are left In the forts Judge Givens resides at Madlson-vill1 o'clock p. m. Chicken wouldn't make. 13,775 coast about the hour of where he has conducted tho of the United States at the court house door In Hartford, cavalry He is also ex artillerymen, one regiment of Ky., ol'er at public outcry to the One of the first essentials of pre- fair for 25 years. tensively identified with the business and one company of engineers. highest and best bidder upon a cred paredness is that the United States where he is following demake everything she must have In interests of Henderson, In some of the small streams In the it of three months, the Dally way publisher of the Henderson her own workshops. The surest Honduras there Is a pe- scribed property, or so much thereInterior of to bring that about Is to encourage Gleaner, president of the Henderson culiar small fish whose eyes protrude of as will bo necessary to satisfy costs, a Commercial Club and secretary and American industry by restoring above the surface of the water, serv- - plaintifi't debt, Interest and all principal owner of tho Henderson viz: Two lots or parcels of ground g protective tariff. per high lng probably as Fair, which has b,een a great success iscopes. with tho Improvements thereon, lomanagement for the past Letters are being received almost under his cated In McIIenry, Ohio county, Ky., daily from former residents of Ohio nine years. described as follows: SHERIFF'S SALE. A liberal program ot races, ring county urging that we vote the bonds Lot No. 1 Beginning on Howard boundary improve our highways. They shows, floral hall, cattle, hog and J. H. Thomas, plaintiff. street at the North-cas- t and line of the McIIenry Deposit Bank have seen what other counties have poultry exhibits will be offered, and vs. and running cast 263 ft. to a stone; done and with that kindly feeling for In addition a splendid line of free J. Ney Foster, defendant. attractions will be provided to fill in the old home urge us to line up. By virtue ot the power vested In thence' south 158 ft. to a stake; between tho races in the afternoon. mo by the Commonwealth of Ken- thenco west 165 ft. to a stake; thence Before you place your X in the ' There are no prettier grounds in tucky and by Issuance from the Ohio south 17 feet Co a stake; thence west ask Kentucky than those at Hardinsburg space under the "No" Court, Kentucky, on May 18, 35 ft. to a stake; thence south 28 ft. "Do I and there Is every reason to believe Circuit yourself these questions: 1916, of Vendi Exponas No. 817 in to a stake; thence west 130 ft. to know full well the step I am taking?" that with the assistance of Judge favor of the aforesaid plaintiff, J. Main street; thence north with Main "Have I given the question the proper Givens the Fair can be put on its II. Thomas vs. aforesaid J. Ney Fost- street 128 ft.; thenco east with tho thought?" "Am I doing an injustice feet in such a way as to hope for its er for the sum of $493.75, together lino of tho McIIenry Deposit Bank to myself, my children, and the fu- continuance on a broad scale from with 6 per cent thereon from tho 75 ft. to the beginning on Howard year to year. ture generation?" 29th day of August, 1913, until paid street. Being a portion of the land conNo gambling, liquor selling or Im- and the further sum of $36.75 costs; Becoming tired of his monotlnous moral shows will be tolerated and the cost of colectton and cost voyed to S. J. Tichenor and E. B. menue of tin cans and nails a Louis- atmosphere will be such as to appeal and thesale as well; I, or one of my Tichenor on Mnrch 22d, 1904 by E. of this ville goat tried for a change a coat to the-- better elements of the com- deputies will on Monday, June 5th, F. Render, which deed Is of record in were In the pocket of which there munity. 1916 at the court house door in Hart- Deed Book 35, Folio 342, Ohio Couneven $1.00 bills. The owner of the The dates this year will be July ford, Ky., at about tho hour of 1 ty Clerk's office. garment worked faithfully but at 25, 20, 27 and 28, with the Fairs at Lot No. 2 A lot In McIIenry, o'clock p. m. offer for sale at public centB was last account seventy-fiv- e Henderson and other west Kentucky outcry to the highest and best bid- Ohio county, Ky., and hounded as Beginning at a the best he could do. Chances are points following, thus placing Hard- der upon a credit of three months a follows, the billy lunch will make the billy insburg with a good active circuit. ono half undivided interest, or so stake on Howard street, running bullous. much thereof as will bo necessary to south 75 ft.; thence west 40 ft.; PRESIDENT WILSON TO produce plaintiff's debt, Interest and thenco north 75 ft.; thenco east 40 Wo now have two living VISIT LINCOLN FARM all costs, the following described ft. to the beginning, being a portion Next year Mr. Wilson may be of the land deeded to S. J. Tichenor property, defeated and go out of office, making parcel of ground by E. F. Render and wife, March Washington, May 17. President A certain lot or another. Two and ono Is three nil y accepted an invitation with the Improvements thereon, sit- 29th, 1902, recorded In Deed Book right but though they may all bo Wilson go to Hodgenvllle, Ky., Septemuated In tho' town of Hartford, Coun- 24, pago 251, Ohio County Court living It Is probable that there will to ber 4 to take part In exercises mark- ty of Ohlo and State of Kentucky, Clerk's office. Owthen bo but two The purchaser will bo required to presentation to tho nt the intersection of Washington ing to tho war we aro a little short ing the formal Federal Government of the farm on and Clay streets, and being a part of execute bond with approved security and may have to borrow of "ex-'s- " I which Abraham Lincoln was born. lot No. 61 as designated by the re Immediately after the isale. Said one from tho Colonel. Tho property, which was bought with corded plot of said town and bound bond to bear Interest at the rate of 6 per cent from date until paid. subscriped as follows: A wild partridge, was found In tho money raised by popular Given under ray hand, this tho 29th Beginning at tho intersection of street Tuesday tion, already has been offered to the Turlty bar on Second accepted by Con- - tho streets aforesaid; thenco running day of April, 1916. by a patron of tho saloon, who had Government and 8. O. KEOWN, Washington street ordered a drink brought to him at a gress. Secretary Baker ana benator and binding on Sheriff Ohio County, Ky. ot Mississippi, also will de- 85 Va feet to a stake, a corner of lot table in ono of tho booths, and when Williams By 8. A. Bratcher, D. S. willed by C. J. Lawton to Miss Sal- flew out the aide door. liver addresses. Hartford Republican. 41 JIII4IHIPH i 41 l i MimniEK ro-- n. I 41 a' UNDERWEAR! c rr 4? 1 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 or & The change must soon be made (o light weight underwear. This store lays special stress on l i f 41 41 41 t to-da- 41 41 41 41 41 41 Minis ing Underwear for men and women. Union suits for men at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. Union suits for women at 50c ! ? & c 4? 41 f o J 4? J5 i fc IP c and $1.00. 41 49 Men's shirts and drawers at 25c & I j 41 41 41 and 50c each. We have Underwear for the l l 0 a- 0 I g whole family. We can take care of your Un 2 41 41 IP derwear business to your entire 8 satisfaction. 41 41 41 41 -- 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 E.P.BARNES&BR0. Beaver Dam, Ky. ?7?:V9?7V7?$;? DEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By J. H. Thomas.) SSSrvSS pocket ought to have known that Ed keeps his cash In the United States National Bank. 13,-07- Inter-Southe- rn An Industrious propaganda, headSo far as wo know tho Hartford ed by Ormby McIIarg, Is sending out tons of literature urging the Repub- Herald is the only Kentucky nens- licans to nominate a big successful paper that opposes good roads. business man for president. No Billy Sundny Is still holding nlott special candidate is favored but Root, Weeks, Burton, Fairbanks, Estabrook the beacon light on the saw dust trail and du Pont are on the list ot ellgl- - but the war Is cheating him out of a lot ot free advertising. bles. ' ' 34,-00- . e, I Insect-huntin- to-w- lt: to-w- lt: to-da- Being a darned fool Is usually n The Wilson administration has shown the most reckless disregard poor financial Investment but Abo for the civil service system, and it Is Martin Is an exception. claimed the civil service league, comWo strung no Beads last week. Wo posed of a hundred thousand indue-entimembers, will vigorously op- were too busy stringing fish. pose his election this fall. Thirty four thousand United States Three weeks ago Col. Roosevelt's soldiers search in vain tho lair of ono nomination appeared a certainty; to- - Francisco Villa. It looks like Hughes, but it Is Tho President's brand of neutrality hazardous to guess what twenty days will not strongly appeal to the (if may bring forth. vote In November. Somehow neither party ever gets Roosevelt and Barnes are lying real het up over the nomination for low, Perkins is holding out the ollvo vice president. branch and It looks now llko tho peace doves wing's would spread wldo Over one hundred Invitations have been sent out to cranks to attend a nt Chicago. national convention of cranks soon It Is not wholly Improbable that tha to be held In California. Col. Bryan Brynns and Fords may not organize was Invited. a powerfully financed presidential peace party before the dog days aro dealThe national wholesale liquor ers met in Louisville last week, and over, and poll two millions ot votes. although they elected twenty odd offThe men at tho plow, in the mines icers there wasn't a Kentucklan and the shops have so far refused to among them. It wasn't fair. get excited about national preparedAn ignorant liveryman, who could ness. . not write an Intelligent, letter, was Administrator's Notice. a freak candidate for president at All persons having claims against the Nebraska primary and received twenty thousand votes a splendid the estate of W. H. Ward, deceased. argument for presidential primaries. Will please present same to mo at my residence one-hamile from Henry Ford carried Michigan over Beech Valley church, In Magan preSenator William Alden Smith at the cinct, Ohio county, Kentucky, or to Hartrecent presidential primary but tho Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys, Michigan State convention instructed ford, Ky., properly verified as requirfor Hughes who had received only ed by law, within 60 days horeafter. This May 10, 1916. threo hundred votes in tho primary. II. A. MIDKIFF, Another strong argument for primary Admr. of tho estate ot W. IL Ward, elections. 45t3p deceased William Jennings defeated for The average inhabitant of this to the national convention and brother Charlie defeated for the nom- carch probably uses more than two ination for Governor the same day pounds of provisions a day. shows how little regard Nebraska Notice To Housekeepers. Democrats have for their most distinguished family. Buy Ellis Milling Co.'s Blue Ribbon Flour. Every sack contains Tho thief who sneaked into Col. coupon which entitles you to a pieco Franks residence at night and stole ot Aluminum Waro at Wholesalo his pocket book out of his trousers price. al man-Americlf to ... Y V 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 r 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., with a varied line of trimmings to match. McCall patterns carriee in stock, and competent salesladies to give you any information you may need. Remember this, and that A McCall Pttrn mny new Drcti cl Sftft Ho. ?ijo. one el the dtugnj for May i IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY 7SiL!6b Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MAY 10. Dr. T. D. Renfrow, of Llvermore, was the guest of relatives here this week. By 't X using Bills' Blue Ribbon Flour you can stock your kitchen with U, II. & ST. L. It. It. TRIE TABLE. Aluminum cook vessels at wholesale No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. prices. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. There were 33' applicants for comNo. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. mon school diplomas last Friday and Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:35 p.m. Saturday. 19 at Hartford and 14 at Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:56 p.m. Fordsvllle. ' Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. After a visit with Mrs. Schlemmer's No. Ill Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. a. m. mother. Mrs. Minnie Fehr, and other Ar. Irvlngton ..10:0C Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. relatives of Cannclton, Ind Mrs. W. 1:04 p. m. C. Schlemmer and children returned Ar. Ellmltch Tuesday. Mr. J. B7"Warden, a former Ohio TI.MK TABLE. M., II. & E. It. It. county man now of Cincinnati, is visBouth Bouudj.No. 115 8:45 a. m. iting relatives near Centcrtown. He Due at Hartford made a business trip to Hartford North Bound. No. Ill 5:55 p. m. during the week. Due at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) Miss Etlle Duke, who has been tenchlng school at Hazard for the past several months, has returned Mrs. H. S. Sanders, of Corbln, Is to her home near Bukehurst. She ' visiting relatives here. was In Hartford yesterday. Call atElllsMlllfng Co. and see Wanted Two youngjadles to optlio Aluminum cook vessels. erate pool parlor for ladies only. For Mr. andMrs7jr"W. Nabors, of further information apply, Olnton, were here yesterday. 4Gtf. DR. L. B. BEAN, - Hartford, Ky. RcgulajTnTeals 25 cents. CITY RESTAURANT. Tho Columma uiu Insurance Co., Mrs. C."MBarn'ertreturncd from will loan you half tho value of your a visit to relatives in Nashville Tues- land for 5 years. No loans taken for less than $500. For terms, see day afternoon. W. H. PARKS, n and two For Sale Two horses Hartford, Ky. Terms to Buit 3Gtt good brood mares. Mr. G. B. Likens, special banking Dr. L. B. Bean, purchaser. Address 44tf commissioner for the Dundee Deposit Hartord, Ky. Mrs. Ed Johnson, and Mrs. Allen Bank, has received a check from tho "Deposit Co., of Baltimore, Taylor, of Llvla, were the guests of Fidelity for the deceased Md., bondsmen Miss Mamie Bennett and Mrs. Charcashier, S. J. Weller, for $6,772.71, Taylor last week. lotte to make up a deficiency. It la exMisses Eula" Reed" Daniel' and Mary pected that another dividend will visLucy Burton, of Owensboro, are soon bo paid. iting Miss Electra Carton and other John D. Autry, of this county, enrelatives here this week. listed In the army at the Owensboro When you como to Hartford don't recruiting station Monday and has forget tho placo, don't forget the been sent to tho Jefferson Barracks, price, A good meal for 25 cents. St. Louis, Mo., where he will receive CITY RESTAURANT. Ho will his preliminary training. BreaklnkcPlows," Vulcan Chilled, later bo assigned to the coast artilBluo Bird and New Ground Plows at lery. Young Autry passed a splenreduced prices. did examination. ' W. E. ELLIS & BRO. and Miss Mr. S,lgsbyMcKinney Misses Grace Renfrow, Narrows; Rosa Jackson, of Beaver Dam, elopEmma Weler, Dundee; and Lotto, ed to Rockport, Ind., Sunday, married aro visit- and returned to Beaver Dam Monday Kuykendoll, Ceutertown, ing Misses Elizabeth and Beulah afternoon. The Journey was made ' In an automobile drjven by Mr. Dick Moore. ,Mr. J. E. Pirtle and wife, of Ver- Arbuckle, near record time being sailles, and Mr. It. L. Plrtlo, of Ow- made. Mrs. McKinney is the daughensboro, aro visiting their father, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob Jackson, and Mr. F. W. Plrtle, East Hartford, and one of Beaver Dam's most popular young ladies. Mr. .McKinney Is the other relatives near and in son of Mr. and Mrs.S. P. McKinney. ... R. T. Wells, representing The STRAY STREAKS. Qlenmore Distilleries Co., of Owens boro, was in Hartford and vicinity on rTuesday In the Interest of the liquid (By Fluko McFluke.) Stock feed. Mr. Wells placed an A statement In ono. of the Owensorder for a carload or moro of this boro papers Is to the ecect.that fish feed, which Is entirely. now to our In Panther crock are so plentiful and farmers. ravenous that Fishermen are obliged Wo this week announce tho candi- to gpf behind trees In order to bait dacy of Mr. A. I). Kirk for tho Re- their hooks. Wo don't wIeIi to cast publican nomination for County At- reflections on any one, but have an torney. Mr. Kirk is so well known idea that these Daviess County flsher-mq- n dodge behind trees for another In the county that an Introduction Ho purpose, nnd after looking a flask of would bo entirely unnecessary. Is at present connected with the law Daviess County sourmash In the face firm of Heavrln, Kirk & Martin, of for a while of course fish appear more Hartford and has since becoming a numerous and I guess do seem to d member of tho bar been connected chase the said fishermen with a number of big cases, showing upon dry land, gee how we would a marked ability. He has done much love to get hold of about a gill of party In Ohio that truck. for the Republican county and served nbout a year as chairman of the committee doing Ed and Lcm have, almost gotten everything within his power for the their new engine and electrical apelection of all tho ticket last Novem- pliances Installed and will soon be man, hav- ready to start thoir light plant agafn. ber. Kirk Is'n ing never laid eyes upon tho silvery We don't give a darn about the spoon. Ho has worked hard for his light tho, just so they start the picknowledge of the law and If elected ture show. will make the same hard working county attorney. we vote upon good On . ' roads and the road bond issue. We Cash Prices Friday nnd .Saturday, ain't got no hoss, ner mule, ner orter- mobeel ner no nothln to be drlv over May I and 20. 100-lbSugar $8.50 the roads, so what do we want ter be C.50 sypendln our good money on roads Flour s, 2.00 fer any way? If we should ever take Peaberry Coffee 1.40 a notion to go any whores and If the Good Coffee ., 10c road was too muddy what's to keep keg Soda 1 box Lenox Soap, 100 cakes... 3. 25 us from cuttin across the fields and missln' the mud, we al'ays have 1 box Cleaneasy Soap, CO (2,25 done It and can do it agin. cakes 2.10 1 bag Hen Feed We very well reckerlect before this 50c 7 rolls 10c Toilet Paper 35c here little shoe string uv a pike was Good Lemons 1.20 built twlxt here'and Beaver Dam, Big Pink Salmon .. 1.00 Jim Hudson used to walk and carry Chum Salmon 90c the mail on his back once every day, Corn 1.35 some days, course Jim dlden't undar-tak- o 15c Peas to carry any thing but letters, 25c PURE Apple Vinegar.. of all kinds. cause he couldn't toat all and we Hardware, Chlnaware done without the papers an slch IRER'S GROCERY. thlgsn, stld of readln papers an wast-I- n our time we jlst played checkers GOOD ROADS CATECHISM and slch things. Dlden't we stand It OHIO COUNTY, 1010 an git along all right, ain't most of here now, still llvin? No slree our Questions on the subject of building Daddies traveled a trail thru the forgood inter-count- y seat roads under est an if they ever cum to a place the new law and by bond issue intel they coulden't cross they just went ligently and truthfully answered: round, or back home, what's good Question. How many miles of enough fer them Is plenty good enuf roads in Ohio county? fer you an am agin this' new fangled Answer. About one thousand. road business. Q. What does it cost the county for their maintenance? Even J. H. Thomas, author of A. About twenty dollars per mile Beads Oddly Strung has been fishing, annually and when they aro bad It we are willing to bfet a dime that costs about 13 cents to haul ono ton, Cicero Sutton of The Green River per mile, more than it should. without a head ache establishment Q. What is the county's income has ben in Narrows lately. from taxes? forty-fiv- e thou AMERICAN MARINES A. About Forty to sand dollars yearly. ENTER SAN DOMINGO Q. How much Is used upon our roads? Santa Domingo, Dominican ReA. Always one-hal- f, but frequent- public, May 1C. American marines, ly much more. who had been landed on Dominican Q. What Is tho most expensive soil, entered Santo Domingo Monday road to use? and took possession of the center of A. A narrow dirt road full of the city. The rebel leaders had mud holes and steep hills.- withdrawn with their forces Saturday Q. How about our 8 miles of night after being warned by the pikes? American Minister, W. W. Russell, A. They were not built under that the city would be taken by force State supervision and so badly done, unless the rebels evacuated It by Sunand the repairs oven worse but the day morning. Tho entry of the last three miles has not had in 7 or American forces was unopposed. 8 years moro than $100 spent upon them. 18,000,000,000 CIGARETTES Q. Then it does not cost $500 per SMOKED IN U. S. LAST YEAR mile to keep a good pike In repair for a year? New York, May 1C It American A. Certainly not. Tho maximum smokers continue smoking cigarettes Is 3 of a cent per mile per ton or through the year at the rate they from 25 to 100 dollars a year per have for the first three months of dollars according 191C tho total consumption for 191C mile average 62 to the State Road Department. will be well' over 21,000,000,000, acQ. Why pike the lnter-count- y cording to figures complied by the seat roads first? Wall Street Journal. A. Because tho State agrees to Decoration of Graves, pay one-hathe cost of principal and As has been the custom for several If allowed to approve the interest work, and besides about 80 per cent years decoration of graves will be of tho county traffic goes over these observed at East Providence burying ground on Saturday afternoon, May y seat roads. Q. Where does the Stato get the 27th, beginning at 1 o'clock p. m. All interested are, cordially invited money, being In debt as she is? A. From a special road tax of to be present. J. P. COLEMAN, five cents on the hundred dollars W. H. SOUTHARD, worth of property in tho State with ELBERT CARDEN, making about the automobile license, Committee. $700,000. Q. How much does Ohio county Hogs Drown in Tost Hole. pay into it? Two fine young hogs belonging to A. About $3,500 yearly. Mr. James Rogers on the farm of Mr. Q. How much can we draw out? T. N. Wadllngton east of town were A. Not moro than 2 per cent of drowned last week under rather peC. the $700,000, and only after the culiar circumstances. Mr. B. county has. put up a liko amount. Wadllngton, living nearby, had dug Q. Does the State advlso counties two largo post holes, and the rain to vote bonds to build roads? had partially filled them. The shoats A. Yes, for tho reason, that the presumably water hunting, slipped saving in traffic, less proportionate in, and unable to get out, were dead expense to build a large mileage, with when discovered. Moral: Don't leave tho Increase of valuation and use of post holes unprotected. Cadiz Recthem while paying tho debts. ord. Q. Who gets the greater benefits Tho stone mason was on tho witfrom Improved roads? gets the direct ben- ness stand describing how ho had A. The farmer efit and everyone indirectly, whether been assaulted by the defendant. "Ho walked right Into my yard," he uses them or not. Q. Who would pay tho increased tho witness said, ;'and slammed me up against one of ray own tombtax? A. Those who list lands or moro stones." than $260 worth of personal propor-t- I "Did he hurt you?" inquired tho if housekeeper, R. R. companies court. "Hurt met Why, I've got "Sacred banks and other corporations. The're to the memory of" stamped all down can be no Increase in poll tux. my back." Stray Stories. GOOD ROADS ASS'N. sour-mashebelf-mns. lO-lb10-lb- s. b. 2-lf lnter-county, Filmy Materials Leads In Dresses Fanciness and filminess are two characteristics of the late spring and early summer dresses, and a great majority of these new showings are of Batistes, Voiles and Organdy. Many of The New Dresses are made of cotton in floral designs and in stripes and checks on white grounds. Swiss Embroideries, Laces, Net Bandings, Sheer Silk Crepe and Handkerchief Linens are all used as trimmings. In The Semi-Tailor- ed Waists the best fabrics are Taffetas, Crepe de Chines, Sheer Silk Crepes and plain and fancy cottons and Linens. Voiles, Dimities, Batistes, Lawns and Organdies are in excellent demand, and there is an increasing call for waists of Lace and Net,or of these materials in combination. Prices ranging 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c and up to $1.50 per yard. Carson JAPAN'S OBJECTIONS MET. & ZivTCOXSroXS.A.I'ES Co. S Hartford, Don't Like The Idea of Being Classed With Hindus. Washington, May 17. To Ky. meet The change is understood to be satisW. H. Williams, 115 acres bounded factory to the State Department and as follows:- - Beginning at a stake, Japan. corner between Fanny B. Barnes and Reprcsenatlons were made that the G. A. Barnes; thence N. 81 feet to enactment into law of an agreement a stake; thence N. 2 W. 307 feet which Japan had engaged upon hon- to a stake; thence N. 77 W. COO feet or to fulfill was repugnant to the to a stake; thence S. 64 W. 840 Japanese government, as waB the feet to a stake in the Hartford and classification of Japanese with Hin- Goshen road and in a line of Mrs. dus and otliers to be excluded. J. W. Mercer; thence with said road and said line N. 55 feet to a stake in Eggs For Hatching. said road; thenco N. 65 E. 1970 S. C. Black Minorcas, Northup feet to a stake in tho line .of J. F. Strain pens, headed by big classy Collins heirs; thenco with said line cockerels from Tennessee, mated to to the beginning, containing 115 my choice hens and pullets. White acres, more or less.' Assessed in tho Wyandottes, choice cocks mated to first class at $1,568.30. my best hens and pullets, not akin. inThe amount of assessments, Both breeds heavy winter layers. terest, and costs for the years 1914. Eggs from either or both breeds $1.00 1915 and 1916 against above describper 15, $ 3.00 for 50. Castrating and ed property being: 1914, $114.53; done. 1915, $j52,86; 1916, $273.95. Other other veterinary Eg$s 4 off regular price balance, costs, $10.48. Total amount $451.82. of season. S, O. KEOWN, L. T. BARNARD, Sheriff Ohio County. Hartford, Ky., R. 4, 40t6 -i work-carefull- Japan's objection to having the gentlemen's agreement for the restriction of immigration enacted into law in the pending immigration bill, the Senate Immigration Committee Tuesday agreed upon an amendLund Sale for Dralnnge Taxes. ment which removes the Japanese By authority vested In me as from the bill but accomplishes Asia- sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I, tic exclusion otherwise by a specifi- or one of my deputies, will offer at cation of latitude and longitude, public sale, for drainage taxes duo which will take in China, Siberia, In- me, interest and costs herein, at tho dia and the islands of the Malaya Ar- court house door in Hartford, Ohio chipelago, with the exception of the county, Kentucky, on Juno 3, 191C, Philippines. It leaves immigration it being the first Monday of said from Japan to be governed entirely June, 91G the following described agreement. property, to wit: by the Root-Takahira age in paper stock and a resolution was adopted urging the strictest economy in the use of paper. It was said that in two cities of 40,000 population and in smaller cities, several daily newspapers had not issued because of the shortage. It was reported that many newspapers were on the verge of shutting down completely, or issuing smaller editions. p ments consisting of Blue Bird Plows, Vulcan Chill .Turning Plows, Pog Tooth and Dlsa Harrows, Corn Drills. Cultivators and anything else in tho Implement line. We also have threo Weber Road Wagons and one Runabout Buggy. All this will be sold on regular terms. Don't forget wo INCREASED WAR HAS Jones.' NEWSPAPER EXPENSE still handle tho established Brand Fertilizer. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Chicago, May 17. That the war In Hartford, Ky. may materially Increase the Europe price of newspapers, magazines and HARTFORD PRESSING CLUB. periodicals was tho belief expressed Clothes cleaned and pressed. Reyesterday at a meeting of the Execuguaranteed. Satisfaction committee of the International pairing. tive Work called for and delivered. Shop and Dally Press Association. The committee was called to devise over Ohio County Buttling Works. ED! NALL, I'coii. ways and means of meeting tho short 42tf . Hnuideis Vote Wednesday. Washington, May 17. The nomination of Louis D. Brandeis to tho Supreme Court will be acted upon by tho Senate Judiciary Committee next By unanimous consent Wednesday. the committee decided today to vote at that ime. Attention,. Farmers! We have a Btock of Farm r Imple- FARM DEPARTMENT Farmers Arc Interested In Suilnn few years, especially In those sections of the United Stntcs for which no good perennial hay grasses have ueon found, and where farmers have to depend very largely upon millets, sorghums and cowpeas for roughage. Sudan grass Is nothing more or less than a fine stemmed, eorghum. Apparently it has all the characteristics of the ordinary sorghums In soil and climatic requirements, and differs form them chiefly In maturing very early and having such fine stems that It is readily cured into hay. Last year the eagerness of farmers to try this grass caused the price of seed to reach a figure that many were deterred from making any test, hut a great many farmers in Kentiicky did and were greatly pleased with It. On the Kentucky Experiment Station farm a series of tests as to rate of planting, method of planting, and date of planting were made In 1915. The planting was done on a rich piece of land and as the season was very favorable as regards moisture, the growth was tremendous. From this test we are Inclined to advise as follows as to Its culture: Sow about the middle of May on n good seed bed, drilling in about 20 to 25 pounds of seed an acre with the ordinary grain drill. The seed Is not expensive this year, and thick seeding gives much finer hay. Cut the first crop when fully headed and the second in nmple time to avoid frost. Handle about the same as with timothy. It takes longer to cure, however, and should be thoroughly dry when put In the barn or stack. At the Experiment Station farm the two cuttings from the best plots made over eight tons an acre of hay dry enough to keep well. This is exof ceptional, of course, and one-hathis amount would be a good crop and as much should be expected. In Kentucky, Sudan grass will undoubtedly take the place of millets and sorghum very largely. It will not take the place of ordinary pasture and meadow grasses, but will supplement them. It is not a humus forming crop and presumably has much the same effect upon land as other sorghums. Farmers Home lf Sudan grnss hns been attracting a great deal of nttentlon during thepast Grn. soy beans and tho other cowpeas slnco 1008. Every winter both havo grown barley, seeded Immediately after tho summer crops wero removed. The average annual yields were as follows: ,cro i soy beans, 19.3 bushels per acre; barley, 29.4 bushels per acre. Acre 2 Cowpeas, 9.2 bushels per acre; barley, 34.5 bushels per acre. It is evident that acre 1 produced 10. C bushels of beans more than acre crumbs, lemon Juice. Cut cabbage In quarters, remove core, tie together, soak in cold water, then boil a quarter of an hour un covered. Drain, cut In Btnall pieces and place In buttered dish In layers alternately with slices of fresh tomatoes. Dot each layer with butter, cup milk and pour over one-hamixed with two beaten egg yolka. Cover with buttered crumbs, add a few drops of lemon Juice, and bake nrnilllPPil POWnGttS. WllllC BCrO 2 In a slow oven 20 minutes. Carrots In Cream Two cups milk, produced' 5.1 bushels of barley more two tablespoonfuls flour, two acre 1. than did butter, one teaspoonful Counting the price of beans nnd peas at ?2 a bushel and barley at 75 salt. Sexnnn and cut young carrots In cents a bushel, the annual gross refrom these two acres were as thin slices, or small cubes; boll and turns drain. To two cups of carrots add a follows: cream sauce made by melting the butAero 1 $G1.35. ter, adding tho flour, and then gradAero 2144.27. The difference In favor of acre 1, ually tho cold milk. Mix well so no When thoroughly tho aero that grew soy beans, was lumps .appear. cooked and thick enough add the $17.08. salt and carrots. Serve hot. Dcvelopcmciit of Try This to Aid the Roots for Stock and Poultry. Tobacco Plnnts. Sugar beets and mangels grown comThero being considerable produce big tonnages. plaint In regard to the developement for stock will a rather cool climate Turner, of the Mangels like of tobacco plants, Mr. and sugar beets are grown successTurner Tobacco Warehouse, of LouisIn about tho same general lativille, who Is also a farmer, makes fully tude that grapes are produced easily the following suggestion: of that belt, Sprinkle the plant beds with a so- and somewhat north says a writer In Farm and Home. lution of one tablespoonful of lipuid Put your root crops In a good, ferammonia dissolved in two gallons of tile soil, plowed deep and well tilled, water and repeat every week until heavy tonnage. Work plants arc large enough to set. This If you expect a bed, and If the land up a good seed not only develops the plants rapidly is not already very rich, put on some hut also drives away Insects. wellrotted manure after plowing. Liquid ammonia Is not expensive, crops draw especially heavy on and can be obtained at any drug Root phosphorus. store. Try this If your plants are Plant the beets in drills with the Farmers Home slow In developing. rows far enough apart that cultivaJournal. tion Is not difficult. Put the rows 20 to 30 Inches apart. Plant about qorn AGKICULTURTSTS DIVIDED planting time. You will have to hoe INTO VARIOUS CLASSES and thin by hand. lf table-spoonfu- ls Ono head of cabbage, tomatoes, halt cup oi miiK, iwo cbb jojks, one-- ; there was any uui-tcr- ed feeling between tho two species; Indeed, some bird books say that they sometimes flock together. There may have been some purely local squabble over that particular feeding ground but the grack-le- s wero evidently quite serious In the determination to keep it entirely Youth's Companion for themselves. 111 HOTEL Pi'ofessional Otto 'C. Martiin HARTFORD, KT. Will practice his profession in IhU and olJolTng counties. CommordjJ and CrimhinU Practice a Specialty. i- 1 POWHMN Attorney WAiM .D.C. d it P. to L OrAMERICAN IDEALS T. WAIlESTltATTO.V Crnniwrll, Ky. UTTUC. MAHTIS llnrtlonl, Ky. In"V eltjr"where"00l hotsls .abound. tha.Powhatan, butt, the $Quntqrmtn.V o lnu.UfirinajtbChtrtCUt Mt MBMBOMMBMHHIMHM STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practlco their profession In thU aud djolnlng counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practlco a Prompt Specialty. and vigorous service- - Notary In office I Said Calumet!" TSe TowKalan n ttlintS, ex elusive, and restful. Its excellent . location on Fennsylrania Avenue, 18th Ami It Streets, make it a desirable headquarters lor bridal couple, touriit parties, conventions, Schools and colleges. t The Powhatanattractsthe people ol culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, alto to many points ol historical interest, makes this hotel especially at tractive to a discriminating pub- 0.E.TAYL0RX.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. lic DR. "I want what I ask for I know what it would mean to go home without it. .Mother won't take she's sure of chances Calumet sure of light, wholesome, tasty bak of positive, uniings form tcsults of purity and economy. You try 'with detached bath at $1.10. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, Ji.JO, J1.00 and up. "Write lor Tiootlct with mapj CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. .Manager. The "Powhatan "offer "rooma HART VETRRINARY SURGEON IIKAVKR DAM, KY. Juincs Tn,Ior's I.lvcry Itnrn. t 0. E. O JgJi.'ll.lilHrll.lH'l ,;:!,. .HJ3 Ollicc Y eaiMSMHSa and THADC-MAIlrt- S aUcour.f ivi.tT. THAT PAX. . irtroptiy ci vi.tMUri parr 1 CALUMET Baking Powder lay aside your favorite brand once and you'll never go back to it. Calu met is the world s best Itaking Ponder it's moder ate in price. Roceirrd lllchnt Award ...',. Ill xine- - acJ l pr Jtd lucccts. Send iroon. iu.o:o r tsetch for so on itnUMUty rraetw iioo . atuur W-r- t nth la I PASSING B B03-S0- those who farm for profit. The first are magnates who make their money in cities and spend it their To realize In the country. ideals they usually their estates, which rarely show a profit on the Investment. over-capitali- There are two kinds of agriculturists those who farm for fun and - Of Journal. Western Fanner!, to Visit IHueRrass Last summer a delegation of Kentucky Bluegrass farmers visited the l'ennyrlle region of Kentucky and the farming methods of Warren and Christian counties. Plans are now l)?Ing formulated by Geoffrey Morgan Mate agent of Farmers' Demonstration Club, U. S. Department of Agriculture for a return visit. The farmers' train will make up at Hopklnsvllle, Tuesday, June C. All agents In the extreme western part Of tho State will meet at Hopklnsvllle with their party in time to leave on the train. Other agents in Western Kentucky will meet the train at Guthrie, Russellville, Bowling Green, fllasgow Junction or any other point that is most convenient to them. The train will arrive at Louisville early Juno on the morning of 7. and will arrive at Lexington about 830 o'clock that morning. June 7 wil bo spent in Fayette county visiting the Experiment Station and some of the best farms of that section. All nrcnts in Eastern Kentucky will arrive at Lexington vjth parties on the morning of Wednesday, June 7. Thursday June 8, two profitable days Inspecting county will be spent In Pendleton studying dairy and soil problems. Xrlday, June 9, will ho spent In Jeff-erto-n county. Two Acres Differ $17.08 In Profits. Some farmers are finding fault with one of their best friends. It is a common priticism of soy beans that grains do not produce well after them not as well as grains produce after cowpeas. The Mammoth Yellow bean cannot be removed from the land as early a3 can cowpeas, so that the following crop cannot be seeded as early after tho former as after tho latter. Besides this difference in the date of seeding there is also a difference in the amount of molsturo in the soil after the two summer legumes are removed. Partly because of a heavier yield of beans, and partly because beans mature later, there Is usually less molsturo In the land during tho fall growing season after beans than If tho land has grown peas. These factors undoubtedly would account for a greater yield of grain following peas. But what is the comparative ylold of the two summer crops? before any definite conclusion Is drawn concerning the merits of tho two crops, tho entire annual production and profit must be taken into account. At the Tonuessoe experiment station there aro two Individual ncros of similar laud. One aero has grown two types those who run their farm as a business, and those who drift with the tide. As a rule the latter read little; they do not keep books; they do not practice modern methods of tillage. By hard work they manage to live, but they make little progress. Their lack of prosperity Is largely due to the absence of good business management. Tho number of business farmers is increasing. With them farming is both a vocation and a hobby. They farm because they love tho country; they enjoy their work because It is interesting, and because of this Interest and a natural npitude for getting ahead they prosper. The farmers who do not make tilling the soil a business instead of a makeshift will gradually be crowded to tho poorest lands and reap the The smallest rewards. farmer who systematizes his work; who keeps account of Income and outgo; knows what his crops and live stock costs to produce; applies modern salesmanship to their disposition; Intelligently with his neighbors; uses the best Implements and practices scientific agriculture according to the established principles Is the one who Is riding in an automobile. It Is easy enough to Join this cla3s of business farmers. Ambition Is the Initiation feo; industry and the desire to learn are the yearly dues. Wo usually get what we most wish for If we wish for what is good for us. Farmer and Breeder. te the pratlcal farmers there are NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. In writing your letters do not say spent Sunday with that Mr. Mr. Blank, or Mr. Blank and family took dinner with Mr. Guest, or Miss Belle spent the night with Miss Hostess. And by no means say that Mr. Romeo made his regular call at the home of Miss Juliet Sunday afternoon, etc. We do not care for that. What we want is the news. When someone from another town visits someone in your town, or vise versa, we are always glad to run It as a news Item, but be careful with your It Is no pleasure to reselection. write and scratch your copy. The Editor. . Jtref, nMsnirtuiun, u. c Sovonth T,rr nircrcNCta. on IToflfible I'airnn wrlia rnc I to rwrmouM SUR ,u ffteassawBt-- ,. FrirSu AW Oil J?t faVua4Ca. Sllf GUARANTEED SERVICE Ono hundred per cent vnlue. Special work for W. O. W. W. P. STEVENS, Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. Representing Continental Marble & Granlft Co. BEPR EPMflED iinr-r-viw.w- mi V7' CN - Every "Woman Wants Vegetables as Tonic. Don't buy any spring tonics. They are not necessary. Eat vegetables and plenty of them and you will find you do not need spring tonics. Green vegetables are foods that should bo eaten all the year around, because they contain the mineral salts that keep the blood in condition. Vegetables aro of three kinds sweet Juiced, starchy and strong juicPeas, beans, carrots, celery, ed. spinach and tho like come In tho first class. The starchy vegetables are potatoes, rlco, macaroni, etc. Tho strong Juiced vegetables are cabbage, turnips, onions, etc. To cook put all vegetables In boiling water and keep the water boiling. Sweet Juiced vegetables do not require as much water as starchy and strong juiced vegetables do not keep tho lid on the. vessel, as it confines tho gases which, kept in tho vegetables, are sometimes harmful to the body. Then, too, as in tho case of cabbage, the odor cannot bo detected throughout tho house it tho lid Is not on the vessel. Cook strong juiced vegetables in plenty of boiling water. Vegetables are very indigestible if overcooked, so be careful to keep them cooking and take them up when done.' Cabbage with Tomatoes Eniree Feathered Bully. One day in early July, writes a Companion contributes n party of us went from Duluth to Port Wins, Wisconsin, on a day's outing. Wo were waiting on the dock for the return trip when we saw an Interpstlng bit of bird bullying. Parallel with the dock, an abandoned logging trestle runs out on the beach and ends In a long wooden breakwater. The slip was edged with a Jam of floating or partially anchored logs, old and worm-eatewhich furnished a supply of titbits for the birds that came to feed there. blackbirds and purple grackles came, not In flocks but singly, as If collecting food for sitting There mates or hungry nestlings. wero also flocks of a certain timid little bird, much smaller than house sparrows but with sparrow colorings, which I am unable to name. These little birds kept to themselves and wero left In peace. Tho quarrel we witnessed was a family affair between the redwings and tho grackles. A redwing would bo feeding quietly by himself, hop-nin- g from ono log to another, taking a blto here and a snatch there, and troubling no one. But If a gracklo flow up, redwing must leave. There was plenty of room for both birds, and plenty of food, too; but the gracklo Just could not let his smaller cousin alone. Instead of feeding quietly by himself, the gracklo would fly down besldo redwing, and, If the smaller bird did not Immediately clear out, would give him a sharp peck with his long beak and sputter out a threatening "Chuck!" I watched a big purple grackle drive a peaceful redwing form threo different logs, ono after tho other. Not until redwing, uttering his plaintive, "Please! please!" flew under tho trestle did tho gracklo go about his foraging. That ho did with the utmost dignity walking gravely along a log or hoard, oven to tho point of wetting his toes, and feeding much Hko a crow. When he had his crop full, ho flow came away. Presently a redwing along and settled down at tho far end of tho log Jam. Ho was busy about tho logs, with tho seeds and insects ho found thero, and chdttlng softly to himself when a gackle appeared at tho shoro end of the Jam. As soon as ho spied tho redwing ho stopped feeding, flew over nnd drovo his cousin away; then ho went back and began to feed again. 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Later on when OE 600 AMERICANS ARE ment was formed on tho evening of i who have Joined tho gion is said to be 35,400, made up as follows: 500 Britons, 500 Luxembou-rger- s, COO Americans, 1000 Spaniards 1,500'Greeks, 1,500 Delglans, l.COO Czechs and Gatlcians 1,700 Poles and Danes, 2,000 Swiss, 3,500 Russians, negroes and blond Swedes go side by 5,000 Italians, 10,000 Alsatians, other nationalities. Aide with swarthy Italians. Men who lfavo tidied' with Kings and'dWelt ih 4 marble halls sink their Identity under Lnme Rack. K a borrowed name and march with a Lamo back Is usually due to rheuPolish tailor or a cowboy from tho matism of the muscles of tho back. Wild West. Hard working peoplo aro most likely All sorts of famous men havo fallmay be had while fight- to suffer from It. Relief en on tho field of battlo by massaging tho back with Chaming with tho Legion. Dlnet Valmer, berlain's Liniment two or threo times from tho Argentine, tho Luxembourg everya day. fry it. Obtainable Arrlter, Sosthono Kurth, tho son of m Caralllo Ramirez, from where, Maxim Gorky. Venezuela, a Colombian poet, Fernandez do Ilongoecha, another from California Tramp Cooks Meals ElecEcuador, Rudolfo Somlnarlo, tho trically. novelist Sanchez Carrero all foil for Out of Marysville, Cal comes a Franco on tho battlefields of Artols story of a hobo who prepares his food and Champagne. on an electric hot plate instead of Full In Rajonet Charge. cooking It over an open fl.ro kindled Tho poet Ismail Urilomenta was with brushwood picked up from the killed In tho Dardanelles whllo rush- wayside. He camps along the right ing a Turkish trench at tho point of of ways of electric-tractio- n lines nud tho bayonet, and tho son of tho Rus- thus always has ah abundant supply sian ambassador at Paris, M. Isvol-sk- of current nt his command. He carwas severely wounded whllo ries a small folding gridiron, on the lighting besldo Lieut. AIcxIb Comn-on- under side of which is a series of retho. great grandson of tho Em- sistance colls. When mealtlmo comes peror of Treblzond. Dob Scanlon, tho ho places tho device on a couple of negro boxor, Is with tho Legion and bottles or a stone, grounds It by makFrancois Fabor from Luxembourg, ing contact with a rail, and then tho professional cyclist, fell In action. throws an Insulated wlro, fitted at So also did Alex Cartor, tho famous ono end with a hook, to an overhead flteeplechaso Jockey. Wlnnlo O'Con- transmission line, or fixes It to a nor, ouo of tho boBt Jockeys that over third rail. It Is not a trick to bo and widely attempted without great care, howcrossed tho Atlantic, known In tho United States, Joined ever, tor a dangerous shock Is as lJkely as not to result. From tho tho Legion. Fifteen young students from tho May Popular Mechanics Magazine. Doaux Arts in Paris Joined In a body. Not only; ll classes but all races are blended together In tho First MarchI ing Regiment. For Infants and Children When Italy went to war tho Italians were transferred to their own In Us Years Over army, but previously they fought Always bears of grandsons heroically, and two the Carlbaldl lost their lives In France. Signature of . WtaffX 4UCA(K Regi The nucleus of tho Second of foreigners Paris tried to form regiments of their own the authorities informed them of their Inability to accept tho offer l'arls, May 15. Thcro are about so It was decided that tho volunteers fiOO Americans in tho Foreign Legion should bo drafted Into tho Foreign of the French army, bo many of whom Legion. have petitioned to Join tho flying ,The pay of the men of the legion corps that a squndrllla of Americans is tho same as that of the other soldiers of France five cents a day and is being formed. however, aro an allowanco of tobacco and wine. Theso Americans, The total membership of tho Leonly a handful of tho actual number VOLUNTEERS OF ALL NATIONALITIES. , Drltlsh and American residents in Foreign Legion, tho First Marching Ileglmont of which Is probably the most picturesque In the French army. V It is an Inspiring sight to see a regiment of tho Legion on tho march; 6,-0- ' y, o. CASTOR For A 30 Keep Your Skin Clear nnd Healthy. Thcro Is only ono way to havo a HAM LINCOLN' THE GREATclear, healthy complexion and that EVER HELD HERE. EST r. Is to keep tho bowels actlvo and Dr. KIns's New Life Pills will After Four Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not mako your complexion healthy and and I gave up in despair. The greatest trial In America for clear, move tho bbwels gently, stim Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave At last, my husband got me a bottle et murder was that of the eight "Co- ulate the liver, cleanso the system nspirators who had planned and car- and purify the blood. A splendid Up in Despair. Husband Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I comried out tho assassination of Abrah- spring medicine. 25c at all drugmenced taking it. From the very tint am Lincoln. Booth, the chief actor gists. Came to Rescue 3 in his horrible drama, evaded the dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1 m He "Raised tho Limit." passing of Judgement by declining to can now walk two miles without Hi Some Congressman, "preparing" surrender while concealed In a barn Catron, Ky.-- In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all iny work." In Virginia, and when ho refused to for a week-en- d vacation, began talkcome out of the barn after It had been ing of how generous the people are from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock If you are all run down from woman! fired, ho was shot by Sergeant Boston on army nnd navy appropriations, writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Corbott, dying about Tour hours later. And discussing how very littlo tho years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman'stonic. It lias helped In the crime, country really cares for money. OverTho Atzerodt, Dr. Mudd, Payne, Harold, hearing this conversation, a traveling this time, I could only sit up for little more than a million women, in Its 50 a Mrs. Suratt, O'Laughlln, Arnold and man philosophically passed the time while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and shotdtf Spangler, were all apprehended be- relating to his three companions how fore the martyred President had been generous he had always been with all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, loo. Your druggist fa placed In his tomb. It was Payne his money, and how littlo ho cared in my left sold Cardui for years. He knows whs! side. who, at the same time that Booth's for it. The inevitable Englishman in The doctor was called In, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recom bullet sped Its fatal course, enacted the party Insisted that gold was nothhis part in the tragedy on the night ing to him, and proved his point by ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend U. Begin taking Cardui today. note nnd of the same eventful April 14, 1SG5, setting fire to a TlVas 4rs lt.JI.I. lighting his pipe with it. The Ger- soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dcpt.. Saatu Chattanooga, Ttnn., (or Bpittit fy entering tho Vcl' chamber of Seward, stabbing him In the man feeling that this was a challenge that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treittnt for Wma' mm In plain wraoptf, J4 throat and then escaping. lit his cigar with a brightly-burnin-g bill, Insisting that science It was at Mrs. ut rail's house that fifty-dollthe conspirators had met and laid and research are tho. only things fijwgwgsfeflidBWfeagjg their plans. As al'eged, Atzerodt was worth while. Tho bids were going to have taken the life of Vice Presi- pretty strong for the little Jew, but dent Johnson. O'Laughlln was as- he boasted that ho would "raise the signed to murder General Grant or limit," of both the Englishman and Secretary Stanton. Harold was the German and still remain neutral. 116 body companion of 'Booth and was struck a match, and In Its flare the In tho barn with him, Just shortly wondering spectators saw the figures before It was fired, but came out and $1,000. He had made good his surrendered himself after he found "bluff," but they didn't stop to think that it was merely his check for a escape was Impossible. Spangler assisted In Booth's es- thousand dollars which he burned so. National Magazine. cape from the theater. Dr. Mudd nonchalantly. full of life and action, filled with the held Interviews with Booth and had fire of fine inspiration and followed ROOSEVELT INDORSED others In the Surratt home, and had by 250 short stories of adventure, will make also, attended to Booth's leg, crippled Georgia Convention Ratifies Platform by getting entangled with the flag as of 1012 and Candidate. he sprang from the box at Ford's theater after shooting the President.' Atlanta, Ga., May 17. Tho GeorArnold was originally in the plot, gia delegation to the national Probut quarreled and left It. c gressive convetlon In Chicago ratified The solemn trial of the accomplices hero today was Instructed for TheoThen the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, of Booth soon took place In tho city dore Roosevelt and the national ProgGirls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of of Washington before a military com- ressive platform of 1912 was given Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best The charges upon which unqualified Indorsement. mission. The stato minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone Payne was arrested and tried wero executive committee was given power intnenome. 1 nereis no age that ho was a confederate of Booth to name the electors to be voted on limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free In the general conspiracy, with tho In the presldental election In NovemYouth's Companion. specific charge that he had presented ber. Progressive leaders said that If you do not know THE COMPANION let us tend you Three Current Issue himself at Seward's residence, with this plan would enable tho Georgia FREE. Inclose this Coupon witla your 52 Times a Year the pretense that he represented the Progressives to provide the proper request. not 12. family physician. He was only preThose vrho subscribe now. sending $2 machinery In the event tho for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION killing Seward through election More good reading than you will vented from Progressives and Republicans fixed for 1915. will receive The Companion get In any of the monthly tho IntorXerence of, the Secrejarys on a common presidential candidate. Home Calendar FREE. magazines. O eldest son. was taken regarding putNo action SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Spangler, who was employed at the ting a state ticket Into the field. It theater, was tried for aiding and was the sense of the convention that TIIE nAUTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COJIPANION, BOTH assisting Booth to obtain an entrance this be deferred until after the Chic- ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. to the box In which President Lin- ago convention. Resolutions providcoln sat In tho theater, and for barr- ing that the Progressive party enter ing or obstructing the door of the Democratic primary Sept. 12 were passageway so as to hinder pursuit. the on the table. laid Atzerodt was charged with lying lu Mrs. W. H. Felton of Cartersvllle, wait to murder Vive President John- and Mrs. Helen Longstreet of Galns-vlll- e son at the Klrkwood House, but he wero elected honorary delegates failed to execute the part particularto Chicago. This action was said to The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.3i ly delegated to him. In the further be the first of Its kind In Georgia po- program of tho great conspiracy, j lltlcal history. 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at O'Laughlln was to take the life of The contest between C. W. Mc- charge he General Grant, and on this 1.60 Clure and H. G. Hastings for national The Republican and Home and Farm was Indicted and tried. will be decided at the charged with hav- committeeman Mrs. Surratt was 1.75 Chicago convention. It was announc- The Republican and ing, "on or before the 6th day of ed tonight that several district con3.50 March, and on divers other days and tests which would have been decided The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald times betwen that day and tho 29th In Chicago, had been adjusted here. 3.50 The republican ana uaity uwensooro inquirer .of April, received, ontertalned, har- I Eight delegates at large and 30 disTwice-a-Wee- k bored, concealed, etc., the conspiraO'boro Messenger 1.7ft The Republican and trict delegates will go to Chicago. tors In the execution of their plans." -- She was charged with being cogni1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer For Sale. zant of the Intended crime almost 4 miles east of A 160 acre farm from Its conception. With Dr. Mudd, Hartford, on the border of tho oil The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 charged, she planned the means It Is fields. Good dwelling, barn and oth- The Republican and Cincinnati AVeekly Enquirer 1.50 and assistance for tho escape of tho er necessary outbuildings. Young visited Mudd at 5 assassins, and Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 orchard, strawberry bed and other o'clock on tho day of tho assassina- pleasing features. If bonds carry The see that certain weapons wero tion to y seat pike will be near. Booth had been with In readiness. See, or write Tinsley & Barnett, her on tho afternoon of tho day of Hartford, Ky., for further particuthe murder. lars. The part taken by Dr. Mudd In tho "vt tragedy was described In tho Indict- i Respirator For Ncw-RoInfants. as an accomplice. In January ment An artificial respirator for Infants ho had an Interview with Booth and Is described in the Popular Mechanics THE USELIY-VER-LA- X nt tho Magazine It is Blmlllar to instruseveral other consplratfcrs SEWING National Hotel. When the assassins ments devised for resuscitating adults MACHHNE fled to his house after tho shooting and Is employed to produce artificial OF assistho dressed Booth's wound and baby whoso QUALITY.") respiration In a now-bor- n ed In the escape of both Booth and breathing Is Insufficient or wholly Harold. lacking. Tho Instrument, which mny When tho officers called at the be clamped to n table, consists of two NOT house soon after tho assassination, cylinders with pistons operated by a SOLD ho denied that ho know either of tho single handle. A rubber tube leads UNDER ANY criminals, but subsequently, after his from each cylinder to a rubber mask arrest, ho admitted ho was acquaint- held over tho Infant's noso and OTHER NAME. ed with pooth. Arnold was tried for mouth. Tho upward Btroko of the Fceliricht all tho time. Don't lay off from work fordays by taking calomel being ono of tho orlgnal conspirapistons draws air from tho lungs Into keeps yo when pleasant WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. tors, but his guilt consisted In being ono cylinder and fills the other with on your feet, whllo relieving your troub' IfyoupurcbasothoNKW HOME you will le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't an accomplice before tho act. fresh air. Tho down stroke fills tho Harold's complicity admitted, of lungs with the fresh air at a safo have a llfo asset at Uio price you pay, and will take anything else. You can't afford repairs. sy it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat course, of no doubt. On tho night of pressure and expels tho impure air not havo an endless chain of tem and relieves constipation. was seen at the from tho cylinder already filled with the assassination ho ural remedy, natural In its actions, sura Quality livery stable with Booth, and on va- air from tho lungs. Tho fresh and in its effect and certain in results. It vrltt Considered won't bo long before rious occasions ho was known to havo Impure air nover mingle. Tho volcompletely displace calomel In evert held secret meetings with the con- ume per stroke can bo varied from it U the home. Children can take it freely an spirators at Mrs. Surratt's house. '2 to 8 cu. In. About 60 strokes with perfect saf ety. Every bottlo guar, Cheapest Atzerodt, Harold, Payne and Mrs. per minute are required tho first anteed. 60c and ?1 in bottles. Nona genulno without the likeness and sijjna in the end Surratt were found guilty of murder hour, The instrument with Its case tiiro of L, K. Grigsby. For ealo by and wero hanged on July 7, 1865, weighs four pounds. to buy. mi O'Laughlln and Mudd were J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. i Arnold, w If vou w&ut a sowlne moohlne. wrlto tat. sent to tho Dry Tprtugas for hard 3 our latest catalogue before you purchase. labor during life, and Spangler was FOR FLETCHER'S Tbe New Sewi HaeliM Co., Orange, Matt. given six years at the same place. For pain fa Mm back U Dr. () MMa. John H. Surratt, a son of Mrs. Sur Tim H LAYERS OF AH-H- A HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE stl rog-ula- ten-pou- ar eYOUTIf S COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 OUR CLUBBING RATES. lnter-count- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. m NEW HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. ax ax Children Cry CASTO Rl A m AaO-JPa- ln ft at Hill defenders. BffiR Bli POWDER Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tartar NO ALUM-- HO PHOSPHATE LATEST WAR NEWS Monday Mexico. Gen. Funston yesterday began to outline the reorganization of his forces along the border to the influx of additional troops supplied It is expected him by Washington. that all border posts will be strengthened and the troops so disposed as to be ready for any eventuality on both sides of the line. Practically all of the regular soldiers sent him have of the arrived. The organization militia of Texas, Arlzont and rew Mexico is progressing satisfactorily and the separate commands have all reached their bases. The State troops areb elng given a medical examination and probably will be sworn in Tuesday. Franco. Thcgjeglon of Le Mort Homme, northwest of Verdun, again is under heavy bombardment, but no infantry attacks have been attempted In the Ploegsteert wood the Ger- mans entered British trenches but were immediately ejected. President Polncare, of France, has made a no table address with regard to peace. The Central Powers, he said, had not offered France peace, and France did not want such an offer. "We want them to ask it of us," said the President. "We do.not want to submit to their condllons; wo want to impose ours on them." Greece. Fourteen civilians were killed in an aerial attack on Mljadagh frontier, acn near the cording to a dispatch from Saloniki. Several other persons were wounded. Greek-Serbia- The Russians are Mesopotamia. trying to force their way through the Mesopotamia region, with Bagdad and a junction with the British forces farther south their evident objective. Tuesday France. The French have cleared tho Germans from trenches over a front of 2Q) yards In the Meuse hills. The Gormans succeeded in gaining a foothold in British trenches east of Looe(, ,ln France. t Italy. The Italians have succeeded in occupying positions of great strategic value In their movement against Trente. Greece. Tho differences between Greece and tho Entente Powers have been settled, according to an announcement of tho British Foreign Office, and Serbian troops may pass through Greece to Saloniki. Wednesday. Mexico. Tho verbal agreement between Gens. Scott and Obregon Includes a pledge on the part of Gen. Obregon to send Gen. Travlno with 10,000 picked men to patrol tho country around Parral, tho scattering of the bandits lu tho Big Bend and tho promise that no Carran-z- a troops would bo sent through Pulpit Pass to operato Iif the rear of tho American forces. Tension along the bordor is much relieved. n Austila. In tho region south and southeast of Trout tho Austrian? are Italian said to havo taken several trenches, capturing more than 2,500 officers. Including several Another advanco caxt of Monfalcone is reported also. men, through Kurdestan la continuing. Petrograd roports that the progress of tho urmy In tho Near East is being maintained and good gains havo been made toward tho Mosul and Tigris IUver region. Tho Czar's troops aro rapidly approaching tho Bagdad railway, their objective. Western Front. Artillery activity characterized the fighting on the The Ger western front yesterday, mans are said. to have been rcpuiseu In an attack on tuo French position ItusHla. Tho Russian advanco by curtain flro of tho tho sums of monoy ordered to bo I mado. The purchaser .will bo required to PYpnito bond with tinDroved security Notice. Immediately after sale and n Hen will Notlco Is hereby given that we, be rotalned as further security. This May lGth, 191G. the undersigned citizens and resiOTTO C. MARTIN, Ohio County, Kentucky, to- 46t3 dents of Master Commissioner. gether with others Interested, will W. H. Barnes, Heavrln & Kirk, on the 6th day of June,- - 1910, at tho Attorneys. 4 court house In Hartford, Ky., It being the first day of the regular Juno, MASTi:il COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 191G, term of the Ohio County Court Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. file a petition In said court and move Evansvlllo Browing Association, Pl'ff. vs. Sale. tho Judge thereof establish and dedicate for public purposes a public J. R. Sowders and Mlnnlo E. Sow- ders, Defendants. road from the town of' Beaver Dam By vlrture of a judgment and order to tho town of McHenry, over the ot sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, commonly known as tho Du- - rendered at tho May term, 191G, in route pont highway, and over the lands of the above, causo for the sum ot $250 the Jas. M. Jarnigan, A. S. Chlnn, Frank with interest thereon atfrom rate Qt G per cent per annum March, Cooper, J. B. Stevens, L. Stewart, 23rd, 1915, until paid; and the furthMcDowell, Warren Baker, P. er sum of $250 with interest thereon Maland Burton and heirs, W. Turner, Frank at tho rate of 6 per cent per annum Harris, Andrew Mercer, L. McDowell, from Sept. 23rd, 1915, until paid; for all costs herein, Including the Warren Baker. Robert Engleby, Ce cost of this sale, I will sale Coal & Iron Co., through the at public auction to thooffer for and tral highest through the best bidder, at the Court House door, town of Render and town of McHenry to its north corpor- In Hartford, Ky., on Monday the 5th ate line, together with a lateral road day of June, 1916, at about tho hour credit ot beginning in the above described road of one o'clock p. m., upon a following months, tho six and I. C. R. R. Comp describedtwelve In tho north line of t: property, nnv's right of way near tho Taylor The following described real esMines switch and thence over tho tate in Ohio county Kentucky; lots lands of A. S. Chlnn, E. F. Render numbered thirteen (13), fourteen sixteen (14), and Beaver Dam Coal Co., to the enteen fifteen (15), eighteen (16), sev (17), and (IS) in Taylor Mines hotel in the town of block D; ten (10), eleven (11), and Taylor Mines. Said road and the twelve (12) in block I; thirteen (13) lateral road mentioned to be not less fourteen (14), fifteen (15), and sixnine than 30 feet wide and established teen (16) In block K; twenty (9) in (20), block J; nineteen (19), for the permanent use of the public twenty-on- e (22), (21), twenty-tw- o lri accordance with the laws or twenty-thre- e and (23) and twenty-fou- r (24) In block Q; twenty-tw- o (22), this state. twenty-thre- e (23), and twenty-fou- r J. O. McKENNEY, (24) In block R; all of said lots beFRANK COOPER, ing In the Sowder' addition to the E. F. RENDER, town ot Beaver Dam, bolng tho same L. L. STEWART. 4Ct2 property conveyed to the mortagor, J. R. Sowders, by Samuel Sowders, by deed dated August, 3rd, 1905 and Notice In Bankruptcy. in the In the matter of Vincent Smiley recorded County office ofInthe Clerk ot Ohio Court Deed Book bankrupt, to the creditors of the page 496. PfrJij.suJfic.Ie.ncy thereTucker 30, incent Smiley Tucker of Green of to make the sums of money orderRiver, in the county of Ohio and dls ed to be made. The purchaser will be required to triers n foresaid. bankrUDt. Notice Is hereby given that on the execute bond with approved security Imraeadtately after sale and a lien 3rd day of May.A. D. 1916, the said will be retained as further security. Tiintmi.' wrla ilnlltr nH lllrllp.lted bank This May, 16th, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, rupt,' arid that the first meeting of Master Commissioner, creditor; will be held at the law office 46t3 Ernest Woodward, Attorney. of BdYries & Smith in Hartford Kentucky, Onthe 19th day of May A. D. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. lilG. at 1 p. m., at which time the Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. said creditors may attend, prove their Starner et, al, Plffs. claims, appoint a trustee, examine the Christian Sale. vs. bankrupt and transact such other Mary E. Summey et, al, Defendants. By vlrture of a judgment and order business as may properly come beof sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, fore said meeting. rendered 'at tho February term, 1916, Petition filed April 29th, 1916. In the above styled action, for the Owensboro, Ky., May 5th 1916 purpose of a division and the allotJ. A. DEAN, ment of dower interest to the defendant, Mary E. Bennett, I will offer Referee in Bankruptcy. for salo by public auction at the Court house door in Hartford, Ky., Notice to Creditors. on Monday the 5th day ot June, 1916 Ohio Circuit Court. between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 H. A. Midklff, Admr., &c, Plaintiffs. p. m. upon a credit of six months the following described property vs. Notice. A lot or parcel of ground located Ralph, &c, Defendants. Flora on the waters of Green River In Ohio All creditors of the estate of W. H. County, Ky., and bounded as follows: Ward, deceased, are hereby notified Beginning at a stone corner to lot to present their claims against said 1; thence with river N. 61 E. 19 to estate, properly proven, before me on poles to a stone, corner to a lot 3; stone; S. 53 272 poles or before the 20th day of June, 1916, thence S. 31 W. 50 poles to a thence at my office in Hartford, Ky., where stone, corner to lot 1; thence N. 45 I will sit to receive and register such W. 28G poles to the beginning, containing about 59 acres. claims and proof. The purchaser will be required to OTTO C. MARTIN, execute bond with good and sufficient Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit security, bearing interest from date 45t3 of sale at the rate of G per cent per Court. annum, and a Hen will be retained upon the said tract of land as further Notice to Creditors. security. Ohio Circuit Court. This the lGth day of May, 191G. E. L. Farmer, Admr., &c, Plaintiffs. OTTO C. MARTIN. vs. Notice. Master Commits. oner. 46t3 Walker Wllktns, Attorney. Nancy Farmer, &c, Defendants. All creditors of the estate of Ellas MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Farmer, deceased, are hereby notified to present their claims ngalnst said Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. estate, properly proven, before me at Mary E. Greer, et al, Plffs. vs. Sale. my office In Hartford, Ky., on or beet al, Defendants. F. day of June, 1916, B. By Greer, of a judgment and order fore the 20th vlrture where I will sit dally to receive and of sale directed to me in the above styled cause entered at tho February register such claims and proof. term, 1916, and corrected at tho May OTTO C. MARTIN. Ohio Circuit term, 1916, of the Ohio Circuit Court Master Commissioner purposo ot maintaining and 45t3 for tho Court furnishing support to tho plaintiff, Mary E. Greer, and the paying of any .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. debts against the estate of Samuel W. Greer, and a division between the heirs of the said Samuel W. Greqr, Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. I will offer for salo at public auction W. II. Barnes, Plaintiff. to tho highest and best bidder, on a vs. Sale. Buncum Render and Myrtle Render, credit of G and 12 months, at tho court houso door In Hartford, Ky., Defendants. By virtue of a judgmont and order on Monday, June 5, 1916, about the of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, hour of one o'clock p. m. the followrendered at tho October term, 1915, ing described property A certain tract ot land lying and in tho nbove cause, for tho sum of $100, with Interest at tho rate of G being In Ohio county, Ky., on the day waters of South Panther crof t ciu per cent per annum from the , 19 until paid, and bounded and described a3 follows: of tho cost of tho above styled action, Beginning at two beeches and white together with tho cost of this sale oak, corner to Geo. Westerflold's (Samuel W. Hlnes having paid to W. tract thence 11 W. 235 poles to two H. Barnes, tho plaintiff, tho sum of beeches, small dogwood and sweet ?100, and tho Interest on said sum gum, corner to Wm. Nelson; thence of money, and tho cost of the above N. 29 E. 40 poles to a largo dead styled action this sale is mado for popular and two beeches; thence S. his use and benefit) I will offer for 78 E. 50 poles to a stako In Roach's salo by nubile auction, to tho highest lino; thence N. 12 E. 192 poles to a and best bidder, at tho court houso stake; thence N. 78 W. 130 poles to containing 177 door In Hartford, Ky on Monday, tho beginning, June 5, 191G, about tho hour of one acres, more or less, and being tho o'clock p. m upon a credit of six samo land conveyed to Minerva Greer and 12 months tho following descriu by Wm. H. Cooper, by deed dated cd property Feb. 25, 1&S4, and recorded in deed pago 305, Ohio County A certain house and lot located In book ,the village of Haytt, Ohio County, Court Clerk's office, from this boun Ky on the north side of tho Hart- dary however, the following describ ford and Leltchfiold public road, and ed land sold to Jas. westerueld by bounded on tho East by Sam Hinos' deed dated Nov. 6, 1879,and or record property: on tho West by Mitchell In deed book 2, page 135, Ohio CounTaylor's property; on tho North by ty Clerk's office, aud beginning at a Lydla Taylor, ot al; on the South by stone near a fallen white oak, a fall-o- n tho Hartford and Leitchfleld public and dead beach, N. W. corner of road. tho above tract; thence S. 12 W. 25 Being same property conveyed to poles to a stone on the Whttesvllle Buncum Render and Myrtle Render and Bells Run road: thence S. 77 E. by Sam Hlnes aud wife, by deed 129 poles to a white oak and two , laua: small hickories in the original lino; dated. day of or a sufficiency thereof to produce thence with, said Uqe Nt 12 E, 25 304 to-w- lt: to-wl- t: to-w- lt: ! poles to two largo black oaks and sassafras, the N. E. corner of tho original tract; tlicnco with a line of said tract N, 77 V. 129 poles to tho 20 acres, beginning. Containing more or Jess. So that the land heroin ordered sold constitutes the remaind er of tho tract herein above described acres, more or and contains 157 less. Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond with good nnd sufficient security Immediately after tho sale, and a lien shall bo retained for further security. This May 1G. 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, Mnster Commissioner. 46t3 Woodward, Crowe, Rlngo, Glenn & Slmmerman, Attorneys. m i I Hollier Eight THE CAR IDEAL. The now 191G Hollier Eight is indeed tho ideal pleasure car, combining in one car, at a moderato price, all those features you havo 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 seo and ride in the Hollier Eight, for there is no other car in or near its price class anything like it in quality, construction, or performance. Write or phono for detailed specifications and demonstration NOW and got acquainted with tho Motor Car Sensation of tho season. - X MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Caleb Owen, et al, Plaintiffs. vs. Sale. Martha Lee Loyd, et al, Defendants. By vlrture of a judgment nnd order of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the February term, 1916, for tho purposo of allotlng to Florcnco Owen $500 homestead interest and a division of tho proceeds among the heirs and tho payment of nil costs herein, I will offer for salo by public auction, to tho highest nnd best bidder, at tho court houso door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, tho 5th day of June, 1916, about one o'clock p. m. upon a credit ot G and 12 months, tho following described property A to-w- lt: In Ohio county, beginning at a stone northeast corner to Zlon Church lot, nnd also corner to Jim Loyd's farm; poles to a E. 115 thence N. 1 stono in the Hartford and Hawes- vllle public road and N. E. corner to Henry Lyons' farm; thence South SG?i E. with public road 80 poles to a stono; thence S. 44 E. 12 poles to E. 28 poles a stone; thence S. S4 to a stone; thence S. 63 E. 22 poles to n white oak and an elm on the south side of said road; thence S. 55 E. 102 poles to a stone In the west line of Gabe Kirk; thence N. SS W, with his line, S. 5 W. 39 poles to a stone S. W. corner to said Kirk; west with the line of thence N. 8S H. S. Royal, Casuar Hartford and Jesse Loyd 218 poles to the beginning acres, more or less, containing 10G and being a part of two tracts of land conveyed to Lewis and Jane Owen by John Haynes and Wife, September 25, 1S49, deed recorded in deed book L, page 339, and 340, Ohio County Court Clerk's office, and also a conveyance of an undivided Interest In same land by J. G. Owen and J. L. Owen, etc., to R; L. Owen and Millard Owen, deed recorded In deed book 27. page 333, Ohio offlco, and County Court Clerk's dated November 17, 1904. R. L. Owen obtained said land from Millard Owen, by deed dated February 23, 1911, nnd recorded in deed book 39, page 363, Ohio County Court Clerk's Kentucky, tract of land D. G. YOUNG CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. " Tr "Telephone as You'd Be Telephoned To" AT ,N-- i office. The purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security immediately after sale and a lien will be retained as further security. This May 16th, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner, 46t3 Heavrln & Kirk, and John B. Wilson, Attorneys. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Mary Rendei, Plaintiff. vs. Sale. J. H. Napier and Mary Napier, Defendants. By vlrture of a judgment and order Of sale ot tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the May term, 1916, in the above cause for the sum of $33. with interest at the rate ot 6 per cent per annum from the 13th day of March, 1914, until paid, and the cost of tho above styled action and the cost of a former sale, aud the cost of this sale, I will offer for sale by public auction at the court houso door in Hnrtford, Ky., on Monday, tho 5th ua of June, 1916, about one o'clock p. m., upon a credit ot 6 months, the following described property, A certain lot or parcel of land lying near Echols, Ohio county, Ky., being tlie same lot conveyed by J. F. Porter and wife to J. H. Napier and Mary courtesy Is TELEPHONE of ordinary politeness and everyday kindness that we put into our conversation when we talk by telephone. ft flrtt. .... r i " Its the face to face brand of politeness and kindness used when we're voice to voice. ? It's the same politeness and kindness that we like to receive from the other end of the wire. to-w- lt: Napier on tho 28th day of April 1913, deed recorded In deed book 46, pago 11, Ohio County Court Clerk's office, or a sufficiency thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to be made. Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security Immediately after salo. This lGth day of May, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, 4Gt3 Master Commissioner. , Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. Incorporated .Giving a little thought to telephone courtesy and practicing its simple rules will make the telephone an even more efficient aid for you. "Telephone as You'd be Telephoned To,' always. KY. BOX 119, OWENSBORO, trco; thenco (supposed 125 S. to be) poles to a stono on tho bank ot tho creek by a sycamore treo; thenco up said creek to Mllligan's line to E. j w. Lyons' corner; thenco with Bam Icon's line following a branch to tho bogiuning, containing 60 acres, more or less"; and being samo land conveyed by J. D. Haynes and wifo to J. B. Brunor on the 31st day ot January, 1S93, which deed Is of record In the office ot the clerk of the Ohio County Court in deed book B, page 56, and conveyed to by J. XV. Bruner and wlfo to O. C. Rico, by deed dated August 18, 1005, and recorded in deed book 30 pago 457, Ohio County Court Clerk's olllco; nnd conveyed to J. B. Chambers by O. C. nice and wife by deed dated Juno 10, 1910, recorded In deed book 38, pago 303, Ohio County Court Clerk's ofllce; convoyed to "J. Newman Hardin by J. B. Chambers and wife, by deed dated 12th day of February, 1012, unit of record in ddod book 43, pago 35C Ohio County Court Clerk's ofllce; conveyed to Borry May and Albert May by J. Newman Hardin and wlfo, by deed dated November 8, 1913, of record in deed book 42, pago 288 Ohio County Court Clerk's ofllce, or a sufficiency thoreot to produce the sums of money ordered to be made. Tho purchaser will be required to executo bond with approved security immediately after sale and a Hen will bo retained as further socurity. This 16th day of May, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, , Master Commissioner. r, 46t3 Heavrln & Kirk, and J. P. Sander-fuAttorneys. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Pate, Assignee, Plaintiff. vs. Salo. A. L. Stovens, et al, Defendants. By vlrtuo ot a Judgment and order of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered nt the February term, 1912, iu tho abovo cause, for tho sum of $297,94, with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per aunum, from tho 1st day ot January, 1912, until paid, nnd all costs herein, I will offer for hale by public auction, to the highest and best bidder, at tho court houso door, lu Hartford, Ky., on Monday, June 5th, 1916, about the hour of one o'clock p. in. upon n credit of 3 and 6 months, tho following described property, One .yearling maro (July 6, 190$) named Peacock; one white spotted cow, 5 years old (July 6, 1908); one sorrel horso, 15 hands high, 4 years old (January 1, 1908); one bay mare, 7 years old, (May 6, 1907); one bay mare, 3 years old (February 14, 1912); one bay horso mule, 6 yenrs old (February 14, 1912); one three year old horso (February 14, 1912); one two year old horso (August 19, 1907) or a sufficiency thero-o- t to produce the sums of money ordered to be made. The purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security Immediately after sale, and a lien will be retained as further security. This May 16, 1916, i OTTO C. MARTIN, 4Ct3 Master Commlsaloaer.1 II, P. Taylor, Attorney. A. E. to-w- lt: o J. Newman Hardin, et al, Plaintiffs. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. vs. Salo. Berry May, et al, Defendants. By vlrture of a judgment and order 1 salo of the Ohio Circuit Court, rrndered at tho May term, 1916, In the abovo cause, for tho purposo of paying J. B. Bruner who holds a first lieu, thp sum ot $561.80, with 6 per cent Interest per annum thereon from March 1st, 1914, until paid, nnd for the purposo ot paying J. Newman Hardin who holds a second lien, the sum of $185, with interest thereon at tho rate of 6 per cent per annum from March 1st, 1912, until paid, and for the purpo.se of paying J. B. Chambers who holds a third lien, the sum of $53.20, with interest thereon from March 1st, 1914, until paid, together with all the costs of the above styled law suit and the cost ot this sale, I will offer for sale by public auction, to the highest and best bidder, at tho court houso door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, the 5th day ot June, 1916, at about tho hour of one o'clock p. in., upon a credit of 6 and 12 months, the following described . tract ot land in Ohio county, Ky., aud bounded as follows: Beginning at a sweet gum and dogwood and a stone on a branch in E. W. W. LyonB' line; thence S. 77 poles to a stone by a sycamore 104 A certuln property, to-w- lt: . .... r