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STANLEY-JAME- S Hartfogo U&pnblkavL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 47 FIRST' HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1916. indicated by somo member of the family. Is a bon companion of a cat named Kelly (no, tho cat won't eat tho rabbit because a rabbit has a kick In hH hind logs like ft. mule), and now tho Warners nro trying to teach the cat to pat tho rabbit. Benjamin's favorite dainties are raspberry Jam and raisins. His diet Includes carrots but ho does not think much of them white crackers and a potato a day. He must have tho potato to bo happy. Benjamin was brought to the "Warner home four years ago on Valentine Day. Tho day after he arrived Mr. .Warner commenced teaching him, telling him ho would have to sit up In If ho wanted his head rubbed. ten minutes Benjamin had learned the trick and purred contentedly during the massage. Benjamin Is reputed to be a Dutch rabbit, and the Warners say they have never found another marked as he Is or half so smart. full-blood- SLATE POT OVER CONVICTION IN DEMOCRATS MADE NO PROTEST AT DOMINATION OF LEADERS. H0LBR00K IS ELECTED Ohio County Man Will Go As Dele- guto to St. Ixiuls From ltd District. and prices havo been as high as $10 and have ranged between $9.65 and 'AMERICA $10 throughout the week. Prices are holding the best level In ON DRY TICKET several years. Receipts of lambs this ADVISES week amounted to 6,035, the heaviest so far this season and prices have FOR PROPOSITION TURNED DOWN II V ruled strong at an unusually high RT. REV. WOODCOCK CALLS FOR, PROHIBITION NOMINATION level. Indications are for a big lamb PRESIDENCY MAY RE OFFERVOTE OF OVER SEVEN TO FINER PATRIOTISM IN ADseason and fancy prices. Cattle reED COMMONER. ONE. DRESS AT LOUISVILLE. ceipts are picking up at a splendid rate. Farmers appear to be better stocked with cattle and hogs than for HAS MADE THREE RACES HARTFORD YIELDS BLOW several years. Louisville Courier THRILLS HIS HEARERS BRYAN MAY RUN BOND ISSUE IS BISHOP Journal. POST-OFFIC- " -t - -- !' Sulzcr, Foss, Hanley, Miles and Among Others Mentioned. Hob-so- n Every Precinct In the County Gives Large Majority Against the Improvement of Roads. E LOBBY IS Scores CHARGED TO BURLESON "Hyphenates" and "Peace Propagandists at Council Session. V , Lexington, Ky., . May 24. Tho State nnd National Administrations were Indorsed, Iho appointment of .Louis O. Drnndcls ns a justice of tho Supreme Court approved; delegates -- -to the National Convention elected perOWKNSUOKO HARDWARE and a new party organization FIRM IS BANKRUPT fected at tho Democratic Stato Con- venjon. which adjourned shortly be- Owensboro, Ky., May 23. W. A. foro midnight, after prolonged chiefly for unanimity of Guenthcr & Sons, one of the olde3t purpose. hardware firms In Western Kentucky The announced program of Gov. nied a voluntary petition In bankStanley and United States Senator ruptcy In the United States Court this James was carried out to the letter morning. The liabilities are given at by a convention In absolute harmony $110,000 and the assets at $ 18G.O00. It has been known for some time with their views. that an effort was being made by the Merely Spectator. Itcckluim members of tho firm to reach an If any dolegato was not In sym- agreement with tho creditors to prepathy with an action taken ho did tho bankruptcy proceedings, not make It known by speaking or vent it was learned that an effort but voting. would be made to enforce several United States Senator J. C. W. claims and the petition was filed toBeckham, who was hissed at the 1915 day, J. Ed Guenther Is head of the convention, occupied a seat toward concern. The stock of goods Is listthe rear of the stage at both sessions ed at $80,000. today. Several times during lulls In the proceedings, delegates called upon him to speak, but tho request at WHEAT no time became clamorous. Senator OHIO COUNTY Beckham did not respond, and apIS BADLY DAMAGED parently took no part iu the proceedings save that of a spectator. Ioguu Permanent Chairman. Upon recommendation of tho Com- HESSIAN FLY SAID TO HAVE CUT CROP NEARLY HA.LF HAD mittee on organization, which report-t'r- t GOOD START. shortly after 10 o'clock. Attorney General M. M. Logan.was elected permanent chairman of the convention. Tho temporary secretaries were made Reports coming from many parts permanent. Tho report of tho com- of tho county say that the appearance mittee, with the following recom- of the dreaded Hessian fly and Its mendations, was adopted In full. destructive work has cut this year's ! o For delegates from tho wheat crop nearly In half Early In to tho National Convention the spring It was thought that a Senator OUIo M. James, Senator J. bumper crop would be raised but C. W. Beckham, Gov. A. O. Stanley, many fields later appeared to have former Senator J. N. Camden, Mayor been burned over. Buschemeyer, of LouIhvIUo; former Many fields of once promising Gov. James B. McCreary, Judge Allle wheat have been so Irreparably damW. Young and Lieut. Gov. James D. aged that they are being plowed and Black. planted in corn. It Is roughly esFor National Committeeman timated that near twenty per cent of Gen. W. B. Haldemun, of Louisville. 'tho crop will bo plowed under. At least thlry per cent of the crop sowed Fourth District. Delegates to National Convention I last fall will produce no yield. Tho Hessian .fly is said to have H. T. McElroy, of Marlon County, of Ohio been brought to this country many Rowan Holbrook, and years ago. It Is thought that tho fly, County. to National Convention. or tho eggs, were concealed In somo Alternates liking W. H. Merrlot, of Hardin County, straw during tho voyage, and tho now country they at once conD. S. Richardson, of Meado Counand tinued their life's work destroying ty. Stato Executive Commit- tho fruits of tho labors of man. Tho Member tee Charles J. Hugbard, of LaRuo egg Is deposited In tho boot of tho wheat stalk and when the Insect Is County. hatched It fells tho stalk. Tho fly Member Stato Central Committee If tho wheat W. C. Montgomery, of Hardin I multiplies very fast and comes again after being destroyed County. Elector Frank Withers, of Meado the first tlmo It Is likely to be at tacked tho second time. County. State-at-larg, J Striking with an evident Intent to kill the voters of Ohio County dealt nings Bryan may be selected as the an awful blow to the proposition to candidate for President by the Prohi- issue bonds to the amount of $300,-00- 0 bition party. Recent statements of for the Improvement of roads Mr. Bryan before the general confer- and bridges at the election Saturday. ence of the Methodist Episcopal Not a precinct in the county gave a Springs, In majority for the bonds. Contrary to Church, at Saratoga which he Is quoted as declaring that expectations in .many of the rural dishe had about reached the point where tricts Hartford gave a large majority he could no longer follow a political against the proposition. The voters party which refused to Indorse na- in certain parts of the county seemed tional prohibition, was discussed by to form an Idea that the county seat Prohibition party leaders hero today. would reap therSEteater part of the They expressed the belief that If benefit from such an Issual of bonds the Democratic National Convention and upon that ground many of them at St. Louis declined to adopt a voted "No." Since Hartford gave national prohibition plank in Us such a large vote against the proposiplatform, Mr. Bryan might consent tion, however, many of them are said to become tho candidate of the Pro- to be changing over. hibition party for President. The The election was very different Prohibition National Convention will from a political contest as very little be held at St. Paul July 19 to 22, .electioneering was done by either and will be preceeded by a rally In side. There was no crowd around the Interest of the movement to ob- the polls and all was quiet. The tain pledges from 5,000,000 citizens vote was taken and hurriedly countto vote only for candidates for public ed, some of the ballot boxes reaching office who favor national prohibition the county clerk's office Saturday Other candidates for President be- evening and night. " ing considered by the party leaders The election commissioners gave are: Former Gov. William Sulzer, of out the official count Tuesday as folcon- Chicago, May 23. If he will sent to make the race, William Jen- Washington, May 23. Postmaster General Burleson "and his assistants" are charged with having organized a e lobby In a resolution Introby Representative Good, duced y of Iowa, directing a committee inquiry. The resolution Is an outgrowth of a flood of telegrams and letters from and others, urging the rejection of Senate amendments e to the Appropriation BUI regarding rural free delivery routes. post-officto-dapost-maste- rs Post-offic- Princeton To Bo Lighted. Princeton, Ky., May 20. After nineteen months of darkness1, the streets of Princeton are again to be lighted, beginning June 1, a contract having been signed by Mayor R. W. Llsanby and officers of tho Princeton Light & Power Company, the City Council concurring. The prices agreed upon are: For lamps, $1.25 per month; former price $1.95; for lamps, $3.50 each per month; former price, $6. The mini mum rate after June 1 Is to be $1. where It was formerly $1.25. er DEMOCRATS MEET IN . New York; former Gov. Eugene Foss, of Massachusetts; Frank Hanly, of Indiana; Gen. Nelson A. Miles, of Washington, D. C, and Richard P. Hobson, of Alabama. The convention promises to be the most Important In the history of the party In the opinion of the leaders. One suggestion that may come before the convention Involves the entire reorganization of the party under a nev name. A referendum vote of the Executive Committee Is now being taken by mall to select a temporary chairThe two man for the convention. candidates being considered are W. P. F. Ferguson, of Franklin, Pa., and Daniel A. Poling, of Boston. Tho convention this year will consist of 1,254 delegates and an equal number of alternates. PARDON DENIED. Stanley Rebuke lows: PRECINCTS, E. Hartford W." COUNTY CONVENTION Yes. 54 26 22 1 Hartford .: NO. 178 109 Beda Sulphur Springs Magan Cromwell Cool Springs N. Rockport S. Rockport Select Horse Branch Roslne E. Beaver Dam W.Beaver Dam McHenry Centertown Smallhous . ,. E. Fordsvllle W. Fordsvllle DELEGATES SEN'? TO STATE LEXINGTON MEETING AT ,S5 WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS. 137 72 141 The Ohio county Democrats met In 95 114 County Convention in tho office of 155 Judge Wilson, In the court house In 124. Hartford, Saturday afternoon purC. M. 15G suant to the regular call. 205 42 126 125 263 92 29 1 17 2 4 5 .'. ...-18 24 70 22 5 7 19 24 . 5 5 8 8 2 135 130 47 74 77 41 iEtnavllle Shreve Olaton Buford .. , . -- . . . . . .. s. , J.::,."'.,... -- . t FORMER OHIO COUNTY BOY SEATTLE FAMILV DOAKTS DELEGATE TO CHICAGO OF EDUCATED KAUIIIT Seattle, Wash., May 22. Benjamin Buhny Is Seattle's smartest rabbit. Ho Is large In size, malteso and white In color and so Intelligent that his mistress, Miss Alice Warner, challenges tho world to produce his equal. Miss Warner is nt present a student ut Carloton College, Northfleld, Minn., but during her absenco tho members of her family havo not neglected Benjamin's education, so that his present reportolro of tricks Is, for a rabbit, somewhat extensive Benjamin can and will do tho following astonishing things: Play hldo and seek with the child-Teapparently laughing heartily atv iho frolic. When told It Is "bedtime for bunnies" ho runs across tho lawn and flattens himself on the grass. When told to dig a hole he will go to work lns(autor and quits only at a stern command. It not told to dlff a hole, he digs twlco a day anyway, being methodical in his pleasures. When left alone never leaves limits n, - Ihc followli'B Is an extract trim n .Wan County. Texas paper, under the head "Dr. Rcnfrow Honored." ) r. G. B. of this city tho Sixth Congressional DisConvention at Republican Hearno last Saturday, and was honored by that body by being elected avdelcgato to the Republican National Convention which convenes in Chicago on tho 7th of June. It has been more than a quarter of a century since a Milam county man has had this honor, and Dr. Ren-frocongratulations Is receiving from all Bides. Dr. Renfrow is a former Ohio Co., boy who wont west and located In Rockdale, Tex., about 19 years ago. He comes of a long lino of Republicans, is tho son of the late Edward C. Renfrow of this county and grandson of Russell Renfrow also deceased of Grayson county each of whom He Is n were staunch Republicans. brother of Mrs. 8. J. Wedding, of this city. trict w 4.4 Ohio Co. Man. Who Heflln , 21 r. Betrajed 1 90 Ceralvo 1 85 Point Pleasant 5 96 Ky., May 23. Montre-vlll- e Narrows Frankfort, 1 90 ,. Daugherty, of Ohio county, sen- Ralph 5 131 tenced In 1912 to serve a term of ten Prentiss 1 02 .... to twenty years for wronging his Herbert ; 106 was refused a pardon Arnold 8 43 by Gov. Stanley, who said, reciting Render 57 10 Simmons In tho case: tho facts "Daugherty pleaded guilty to tho 3,701 474 Totals who at charge of his 3,227 Majority the tlmo was under sixteen years of W- age. It Is Inconceivable that this SAYS DANIELS man could havo maintained such re- FISKE DISREGARDED LETTER with this girl. He was n lations loco parentis to her from Immature New York, May 23. The American childhood and should have regarded Defense Society today received from her ns his daughter. Every Instinct President Wilson his reply to a reof nature and of decency should have quest made on May 14 for an Invesmado htm protect and not debauch tigation of n controversy between this young girl. Secretary of the Navy Daniels and "It Is urged In his defense that sho Rear Admiral FlskeMregardlng a letwas a mature woman and possessed ter the Admiral declared he had perof physical charms which torapted sonally delivered to the Secretary the passlomvof this man, and that ho calling attention to what ho charactwas inexperienced and Ignorant. It erized as deficiencies In tho navy, does not requlro culture or experience Mr. Daniels contended that the letter to prevent the most stupid and illit- was handed to the chief clerk of the erate In tho commission of such of- department and was' not seen by him. fenses. The President's letter Included a "It is not to be regretted that the memorandum from Secretary Daniels record shows ho left a wife and child- stating that ho accepted Admiral ren, woh ate absolutely dependent. Flake's statement regardlug tho let-to- r, Had he at the time of the commission but that personally ho had no pf this crime any regard for his wife recollection of the Incident. -- or children, he would never have Good Price For Hogs. committed the crime which he adThat farmers of Kentucky and mits. "I And nothing In his record to nearby Btates are getting back, Into justify me In exercising executive "clover" Is Indicated by tho receipts clemency or turning loose upon so- of livestock at the local yards and ciety a man totally lacking 'la' every the splendid prices, being realized. sense of his duty to it", and for that Receipts of .hogTat the Bourbon reason executive, clemency Is refused. stockyards tbia , week amounted to 19,289 head, the largest In yean, Louisville Times. Step-daughte- Bartlett's '74 .....;. .., Crowe was elected chairman of the convention with Heber Matthews, editor of the Herald, as secretary. Other than with tho endorsement of Rowan Holbrook as delegate to the National convention from the fourth district tho delegates were sent to Lexington uninstructed. endorsing Wilson, Resolutions Stanley, James, Beckham, Johnson and tho Kentucky State Legislature were passed. An attempt was made to endorse the candidacy of T. Scott Mayers for a delegate to the St. Louis conyentlon but the amendment was O. IC.'S voted down. The vote stood 17 SENATE COMMITTEE BRANDEIS APPOINTMENT 24". against; 7 for. Total vote cast, Converts to tho cause of Americanism, and virile, were won If there happened to be any present at yesterday's session of the Diocesan Council of Kentucky and "hyphen propates" or agandists to hear the stirring annual address of the Rt. Rev. Charles Edward Woodcock, bishop of Kentucky. The bishop thrilled hl3 hearers, some of the most prominent church' men In the State, with an appeal for "America first" and finer patriotism among Americans, regardless of political or ancestral ties. Discussing conditions growing out of the European war, the bishop said: "The atmosphere has cleared a lit tlo, but the clouds still hang low. Knowing conditions, we can not look upon these grave matters without deep and anxious concern. But wo are not all so inert nor yet so suplno as to be willing to join those who clamor for peace at any price. "Surely, we want peace. We want It so deply that, as a nation, we will go the whole length of honor for lt9 maintenance, but we will not go so far as to compromise our honor to sicure a place which would terminate Peace, if WO in national disgrace. can preserve it but peace at Its own price no matter what It costs is the only condition 'on whtchTtoe ftro worthy of peace. "This Is no time for uncertainties In American citizenship, either hyphenated or political. American citizenship has but one hallmark and that is loyalty to this land. We need, In this hour American manunahood straight, fraid and undented." Must Stand Together. That portion of Bishop Woodcock's address on the need of Americans standing together In a time of stress followed a discussion of other matters immediately connected with the church. The country's best welfare, the Bishop said, depended on our putting America foremost first and all the time and preventing any se of citizens of any nationality from embarrassing our Government. Louisville Herald. full-blood"peace-at-any-prlcd, ..' REPRESENTATIVE ARRESTED Washington, May 24. The Sen- r, Frank Green Charged With Assault and Battery and Carrying Weapon. Carrollton, Ky., May 23. Repre ate Judiciary Committee today recommended confirmation of the nomination of Louis D. Brandels to tha Supreme Court by a strict party vote, all tho Democrats voting for confirmation and all tho Republicans step-daught- sentative Frank Greene, and Frank agalnBt it. Supporters of the nominee plan to Golden, a liveryman, were arrested this afternoon by Sheriff Joe Robin ask for acilon on the recommendason on charges of assult and battery, tions by tho Senate tomorrow at an following affidavits sworn to by executive session, while the opposing Sheriff Robinson. Later In tho after- Senators aro planning to force, If noon, on an aflldavlt of Georgo Turn posslblo, open sessions for the conProer, a warrant was Issued for Greene sideration of the nomination. carrying conceal- longed debate may result, but Mr. charging him with ed a deadly weapon, and Greene filed an affidavit charging Golden with carrying a deadly weapon concealed, but no warrant had been Issued on this affidavit tonight. Golden was tried this afternoon be fore tho County Judge on the assault and battery charge and dismissed. Greeue's trial on tho two charges has been set for Saturday afternoon. He gave bond for his appearance. Tho' warrants for the arrest of tho two men followed an altercation between them about 2:30 o'clock this afternoon In front of Golden's livery Several blows were passed stable. between them, but neither was hurt. The men were separated by Sheriff Robinson. K Braudels friends claim ho will be confirmed before .the "recess for tho national conventions begin on Juno 3, BONDS GOOD PREMIUM FOR COUNTY ROAD Hopklnsvlllo, May 23. Christian per cent county's $400,000 4 2 road bonds, the sale of which was postponed from April 20 because of the unsettled financial conditions, resulting from the German Imbroglio, were sold Monday to J. C. Meyer and company and the Rudolph Kleybolto company, both of Clnclnnatt on their joint bid of 101.63 or a premium on ' the Issue of $4,120.50. Owensboro, Ky., May 25. Tho Daviess County road bonds to tho For Sale. 51 acre3 of farming land for sale. amount of $600,000 were sold Sat urday to a Cincinnati firm at a prom-luL. C. BROWN, Apply to McHenry, Ky. Special missioner. Deputy m of $4,200, Contracts for tho Banking. Com construction of rock roads will be let ' 7t4 Immediately. . STORIES OF AMERICAN HISTORY TOLD AGAIN TTAHHINfiTON, MKB M'T' VAT-U- AIJIiK MEN, HAD HIS ENEMIES. (By Jonathan Wlnflold) The most trying of the many things Washington, May 22. Tho growGeneral Washington had to coning Importance of tho aeroplane ns man, was given general control. Tho tend with during tho dismal winter ema military adjunct Is emphasized by first action of the board was the he spent at Valley Forge were the ployment of an expert farm demontho recent appointment of' a board strator, a graduate of one of the best Jealous and ambitious men who tried of army officers to make a complete agricultural colleges ot the country. to tarnish his fair name and fame, study of army aviation. The aero- Following tho directions ot a hired and attempted to weaken tho affecplane, like many Yankee Inventions, man In the conduct of their own bustion of tho people for him. Among was Immediately taken up by Eu-- I iness camo a little awkard at first, as tho those designated at tho time ropean nations and developed beyond but under Holts urging that such was ohlor actors in "wounding the genthe dreams of the first American pio- tho methods by which tho big forfriends," were eral In the house of his neers In the art of flying. tunes of the country had been built Ceroira! Thomas Conway, a foreign Especially was this true In Ger- up they soon grew accustomed to the pretensions; Generals officer of great many and France. Immediately after changed order. The demonstrator's Gates and Mifflin. Samuel Adams, the successful demonstrations of tho superior knowledge of the soil and other of the New Trlth two or three Wright Brothers at Fort Meyer, In Its treatment commanded respect, England delegates In Congress and 190S, France and Germany began to and while no penalty was provided one of the Virginia deputies. appropriate millions for the develope-nie- for failure to follow his advice results Whether the movement originated of aircraft. The United States soon forced the closest observance of in. personal ambition, or a sincere Dangers of Draft. up to the present time, has been con- It. Tho demonstrator rode from farm conviction of tho necessity of making Drafts feel best when wo are hot tent to Jog along far in tho rear of to farm, carefully examining tho cona change on account of the alleged --Fabian slowness" of Washington, and perspiring, just when they are natIons wJ.0 admittedly gained their dition of the soil as well as of tho dangerous and tne resun is ideas of aviation In the first Instance growing crops, and so successful was Is a question of difficult solution. The most opponents Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Muscles from th,g country his work that before the first season jacasures adopted by the or sometimes an attack of Hiieuma- Tne European war has demonstrat-tlsm- . was half over his telephone bell was of the chief were certainly the apply Sloan's ed not onlj. the feasibility of the In such cases of open, manly, generous, pure ringing till late at night with InIt stimulates circulation plane for reconnolter!ng and scout quiries about planting this, cultlvat- and disinterested patriotism and depart. The dutJ.( but ag an instrument of offen-bloo- d ' serve, as they received at the time, to the sore and painful Ing that or harvesting the other. Here .. an(1 ,iefe,lsive warfare as well. flows freely and in a short j were forty men with brawn muscle the unqualified reprobation of honest stlffnpss and pain leaves, It ls probable that as a result of the time the men. and Industry nnd with soil and team Neuralgia or It Is believed that Conway was the Thoso suffering fromwill find one or stmles of the board of officers just and tools, directed by brained mil named by Maj. Gen. . Scott, chief of skilled efficiency. It could not fall. man among the secret Neuralgic Headache .mast active . . ii il.u o.uau T Inlmnnl gtaff of tne arnlJ.( at lne instance oi He was two applications oi r1nntna .....u.-..ground was heavy nnd tnemles of Washington. The agon- - Secretary Baker, congress will be If Smith's possessed of considerable literary and will give grateful relief. Brown's dry Smith's teams helped military abilities and had the advan- - ' Izlng pain gives way to a tingling agked of tne mintary service to give Brown, If Jones harvests were green iage of thirty years of experience In sensation of comfort and warmth and aeronautlcs a seperate standing, such and Perkins ripe Jones reapers went sleep is possible. Good as the caValry, Infantry and artillery Jho art of war. Although an Irish- - quiet rest and Into Perkins field. Knowing the conman, he received his military train- for Neuritis too. Price J5C at your arms of the service now enjoyed, ditions of forty farms tho demonstrat1 Then steps will be taken to develop or could readily arrange these coning In Franco and came to America druggist " aviation as an instrument of offen- - venient exchnnges of labor. from that country. He had expected ' slve and denfense. Tho campaign now j As purchasing agent for the Forty to receive tho commission and mili- CHINESE CONTRIBUTES TO ROOSEVE.VT CAMPAIGN ln progress In Mexico has shown the j Farmers of Fairfield tho demonstrat-lo- r tary pay of a major general. He was efficiency of the aeroplanes as scouts disappointed at the outset, for Conwas diligently sought out by the New York, May 17. Of the many Formerly the cavalry constituted the Belling agents of fertilizers, farm gress gave him only the commission vps nf M,e nrmv. The imDortance machinery etc., and by buying whols-isal- o of a brigadier. Hoping for promo- letters that came to the headquarters tion, ho joined the army of Washing j of the Roosevelt Nonpartisan League, ot tne cavalry has not been supersed-wlt- h a large saving was effected for contributions toward the league ed nor i3 jt Hkely to be In the opinion the ton at Morrlstown Another conslder-:abl- c Conway's boastful, Intriguing and campaign fund, was one form Quan of arm. officers who have studied the sum was saved to these farmers uresumotuous manner disgusted "i ick Nam, a Chinaman, quan sent effect ot tlie developement. But in I y the shipment through the dem Washington, and when It was rumor-- j a check for 515, which included tho tue future, the aeroplane according to onstrator of their live stock direct to these officers is bound to be the "eyes the city stockyards. cd that he was to bo promoted by following letter: Tho marketing "I send ?15 for three more friends. of tne cavalry." Congress, Washington wrote a letter of the matured crops was no longer possLanding Is Difficult. So that body remonstrating against it. We believe your work greatest a problem for the farmers of Fa'r-- f ible for interest of great American While the army is busy developing The fact, coming to the ears of t'if. Millers for a hundred n he offered his resignation and citizen. We will do all we can suc- the aeroplane for land service, the nd sent agents to buy their grain, 'navy is not behind In Its work with asktfd permission to leave the army. cess your great work." , commission men and dealers from the When the letter was shown to hydroplanes. On the contrary, the cly came out to buy their fruit and Congress would not accept It, but Roosevelt he said: navy admittedly has the advantage tluii hay. The vool merchant came "By George, I knew him when I over the army, Inasmuch as landing the army with the rank of major genfor their wool and the prices were on the water Is a matter ofVorapar- - th bcsit and tho treatment tho fair eral. This act Is ovldence of work in was police commissioner." re- atlvely safety. Mr. Roosevelt then went on to But to bring an aero- est the market afTorded. tho supreme legislature unfriendly to Gates and call that when he became president, plane to earth ln an uncertain terthe commander-in-chie- f. Ben Holt in his campaign for co Lee, Englishmen born, and officers In Quan sent him two Chinese vases. rain, constitutes and ls liable for a operation and economy thought four other wars, also showed their im- Unable to accept them, Mr. Roosevelt long time to constitute the greatest stores with seven clerks ln the small patience in holding subordinate po- had the vases returned, but a few difficulty for the army to overcome. village of Fairfield too great a tax on sitions, each deeming himself supe- days later Quan arrived at the Whlta At the present time constructors a corfamily, ap - ' are experimenting on a new type of the community, and set about House with his entire rior to Washington. rection. "Tho Forty Farmers of The Irritated and talented Conway parently determined to put up a fight flying boat which has 300 horsepower Fairfield," said he to the assembled was ready to foster discontent In the if necessary to have his presents m- - The army aeroplanes so far have de"represents most of the Mr. veloped only 90 and 160 horsepower. merchants jiubltc mind, and ho was doubtless the stalled in the White House. comes to this burg, and finally, to avoid any furth- - The latest naval hydroplanes have trade that willing cat's paw of Gates or his Roosevelt, we think wo are supporting too Xriends in making covert attacks upon er unpleasantness, accepted the vases. hulls 40 feet long with a six-fomany Idle merchants here. Tho one the military character of the commabeam. It even has a covered cabin giving us the best terms on the goods Relieved. Colds Quickly nder-in-chief. So prominent does of sufficient height to permit stand- we buy and the produce we sell get3 Many people cough and cough Conway appear ln the whole transacing room for five or six persons. This our trade. What do you say gentletion that it Is known in history a3 from the beginning of Fall right boat when not In use Is anchored ln men?" When a satisfactory bargain through to Spring. Others get cold harbor much like any other war "Conway's Cabal." had been driven with the most enThe first Important move ln the after cold. Take Dr. King's New craft. terprising merchant, that saved each matter was the sending of anonymous Discovery and keep It In the house. great medicine and How Mrs. Harrod Got Kid of Her family more than fifty dollars a year. letters to tho president of Congress, "It ls certainly a one of the other merchants said. srnd to Patrick Henry, then Governor I keep a bottle of It continually on Stomach Trouble. "When the rest of us are out of busFran- ot Virginia. Slmlllar letters were hand" writes W. C. Jesseman, "I suffered with stomach trouble iness and Speed & Co. have no compe-tio- n sent to different members of Con-- 1 conla, N. H. Money back is not sat for years and tried everything I you will see what you will pay greas and to tho officers of the State isfied but it nearly always helps heard of, but the only relief I got was for your goods." "Don't worry young Legislature. temporary until last spring I saw man," replied Holt, "Old Jim Speed .Washington was early apprised of advertised knows that a Jew would come all the Chamberlain's Tablets but ho these secret machinations, and procured a bottle of them at our vay from Palestine to supply tho suffered In silence. "My enemies," drug store. I got Immediate relief trade of the Forty Farmers of Fairlie said, in a letter to the president of from that dreadful heaviness after field." Congress, when tho matter became eatinc and from naln in the stom- After carefully checking up the AVOID subject of correspondence, "take an ach," writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort corporations business at tho end of They ungenerous advantago of me. Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every- the first year it was found that, after know I cannot combat their insinuam deducting the salary of the farm demwhere, Only Trust to Lydia E. tions without disclosing secrets which Need onstrator, net Income of tho forty l. . Pinkham's Vegetable it Is of the utmost moment to Tho Forty Farmers of farmers exceeded tho previous year Mrs.Kurtzweg. (By J. II. Thomas.) by nearly nine thousand dollars, and There Is no doubt that Gates, Miff-Ji- n In amassing their collossal fortunes It all grew out of Ben Holt's notions anil Conway were for along tlmo Buffalo, N.Y. " My daughter, whoso tho Rockefellers and Carnelgles have and economy. encuiUi in tho endeavors to effect tho picture is herewith, was much troubled bullded wiser than they know, by of If this gets past tho Editor's dosk Washington, but 'it has ner wiui pains in rumoval of system of industrial we shall later narrate Ben Holt's exback and sides every working out a 'jean thought that Gates and Mifflin nvnth nnd thay progress applicable alike to every perience with Six Block In St. Joe. working in a patriotic were only It consists simpwould sometimes ba class of Investment. jurist) to ndvanco what they thought so bad that it would ly In combining tho capital of tho Whoopliix Cough. of tho counwro th true Interests seem like acute in- many under tho management of the try. "When my daughter had whooping flammation of Bomo fittest to control: or more terselv Tho true charactor of Conway, so organ. Sha read stated, the capitalization of the eff- cough she coughed so hard at ono sho had hemorrage of tho your advertisement iciency tfurly discovered by Washington, behitherto mans prldo of abso- tlmo that was terribly alarmed about in tho newspapers lungs. I came at length woll understood by and tried Lydia E. lute freedom to manage his own bus- her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Finally whon ho found tiongrMff. Pinkham'a V o go- - iness has resulted in individual and Cough Remedy so highly recommendincurred tho enmity of Sis out ho had -tab o t, Compound, Isolated effort attended by both tho ed, I got her a bottlo and It relieved nilti)rB nf tlin nrmv. lie 1, -,. ...-- . H UIIIIIJ nf Mia It M,!,!,, " Uo t,.or. measure of his incapacity and the the cough at once. Before she had "" Congress an Impertinent and ""r " wrote to r letter, and Intimated his , relieved of ,,'?'"' pains by its use. wnsto ot needless competition. eomplaining finished two bottles of this remedy A,imothersshou,dknovof thli remedy, In the Forty Farmers of Fairfield was entirely well," writes Mrs. desire to resign. A motion to accept . aml aU young gir3 who guffer ghou(1 ap- she I shall attempt to narrate tho hU resignation was Immediately car- - try it"-M- rs. Matilda Kuktzwecj, 529 plication of the now conservation to S. F. Grimes, Crooksvllle, Ohio. Obm tainable everywhere. ried. Finally Conway was wounueu High St, Buffalo, N. Y. Young women who are troubled with rural enterprise. Fairfield ls a village in a duel with General Cadwallader, way station ln one of central nd,'as ho bolleved his end was near, painful or irregular nperiods, backache, states, and tho communitythe ono of For Sale. is sensations, to headache, dragging-dowletter Uo wrote an apologetic A 160 aero farm 4 miles east ot fertility. fainting spells or indigestion, should small farms of moderate Washington as a reparation for tho take Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetablo Ben Holt, one of these Fairfield farm- Hartford, on tho border of the oil personal Injuries ho had Inflicted. Compound. Thousands have been re- ers, had read much of the scraps ot fields. Good dwelling, barn and othHut he recovered nnd lived many stored to health by this root and herb Young literature that had fallen in his way er necessary outbuildings. years. Ho loft tho country before remedy. and was regarded as the 6raclo ot the orchard, strawberry bed and other the closo of tho war and returned to If you know of any younjr woHolt was proud of pleasing features. If bonds carry man who Is sick nnd needs help- neighborhood. Franc1. Louisville Evening Post. seat pike will be near. advice, ask her to writo to tho his community leadership and was lnter-count- y ful & Barnatt, Lydlu Cavities Determine Volume of Voice. Lynn, E.l'iakhnm Medicine Co., ever watchful for an opportunity to See, or write Tinsley Only women will upon his Hartford, Ky., for further of a tone receiveMass. letter, uud It will bo Impress his Importance That tho reinforcement her neighbors. After much study of tho jroduced by tho human vocal cords bold lu strictest couildcucci it depends not upon lung capacity or the size of tho body but upon tho slzo and depth of tho resonance cavltlos In the head, Is the claim of a teacher of music who has been studying this question for several years, In which tlmi he has measured the heads of core than 12,000 persons. The Juno 1'opular Mechanics Magazine tells how these measurements are taken In Judging voices. This teacher classifies heads Into three groups: round, oval, and long. He has found that round h?ads are best adapted vocal gymnastics because of the symmetry of the cavities. Persons with oval or long heads have voices less adapted to a variety of dramatic effort, but frequently have sufficient depth of cavity to reinforce the tone so that It can be heard a long distance. A test of 100 vocal pupils, all of whom were given slmlllar Instruction for a year, showed that the voices of persons having particularly large resonating cavities had attained a volume far in excess of those whoso head measurements were less than average. WORTH OF AEROPLANE manner ot tho building up of tho country's great corporations ho assembled forty formers of his com- IN WAR IS REALIZED munity to form a corporation nfter tho manner of standard oil and U. S. steel. Tho bylaws and constitution aro too lengthy for reproduction here U. S. OFFICIALS liATK IN OKASP- but they covered every detail of the OFFKKFI) IXO OPPORTUNITY contract. Each member HV INVENTORS. was to separately cultivate his own farm, and no liability of ono for P""P"TJLJtll yfitiSM. " Net Contmfsl57kWrrafiM CASTORIA For Infants and Children. f another should bo Incurred, but general rulos governed all. 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I25. the American People. A government plant cannot make armor any cheaper than wc can do it; and vc ure prepurcd to manufacture armor at any price which the Government itself slinll name us fair. THAT I1EING SO, SHOULD $11,000,000 OF THE PEOPLE'S MONEY BE WASTED TO BUILD A GOVERNMENT PLANT? CHAS. M. SCIIWAn. Chairman EUGCNU G. CHACi:, 1'rmiJeat Bethlehem Slccl Company country districts for those of tho city. Castle, was apprehended as he was The occurrence Is commemorated in saying farewell to Judge Curran's Irish chronicles as the Black Monday daughter, to whom he was devoted. of 1200. It was during the Easier Ills speech delivered on the scaffold holidays of that year, strangely the following day Is one of the examples of Impassioned Irish paralleling the tlmo of the present William Smith O'Brien, revolt, that the Irish of the surround- oratory. Into the from the South of Ireland, was tho ing mountains rushed down valley of tho Llffey river, on whoso leader of the rebellion of 184S, In banks Dublin is situated, and, while which Dublin took little part. The the Inhabitants were celebrating the Fenian Society's activities of 1867, religious holiday, COO were killed. both in Ireland and In America, kept The place of the massacre Is still tho capital city in a turmoil for known as "Bloody Fields', and for many weeks. Dublin Castle, which figures bo many years, In order to keep alive the sense of outrage aglnst tho hill conspicuously In the city's uprisings, people, the citizens on each an- is an unimposlng structure built origniversary of Black Monday would inally during the first quarter of tin march to tho scene of the massacre, 13th century. It covers nearly three bearing banners Inscribed with tho times as much ground as the United legend, A terror to tho Native Irish.' States Capitol building In Washington. Another building ot impressive size, covering five acres, Is now Even in tho early, days the ,vigor occupied by the Bank of Ireland but with which tho people of Dublin was formerly used as the House of waged their Internecine strifes did Tho most famous Inwith Parliament. not lessen the impetuosity stitution of the city Is Dublin Uniwhich they entered upon any conflict versity, or Trinity college, founded with a foreign Invader. They tore stones under charter from Queen Elizabeth down their churches to secure In 1591. for their walls when preparing for Commercially Dublin Is famous for Edthe defense of their city against It poplins, Its whiskey and Its porter, ward Bruce In 1315, and when the one time Its woolen, cotton and Irish governor, who had yielded to At linen manufactures were extensive. the enemy, fell Into tho hands of the Hugenots fled to the city and defenders, he was brought to Dublin established extensive silk works after nnd starved to death. the revocation of the Edict of outOno of the most spectacular breaks of tho sixteenth century was Nantes. (Sir that led by Silken Thomas Thomas Fitzgerald) a daring young or coughs much get a small bottle Its a nobleman, who, upon hearing that of Dr. Bell's syrup, just his father had been beheaded in tho pleasant tower of London, raised a largo army what children like and Just the medand marched to tho gates of Dublin, icine to soothe the cough and che"ck where ho was admitted by the In- tho cold. After taking, children Shortly after- stop fretting, sleep good and are timidated citizens. ward, however, when ho endeavored soon entirely well. Insist on Dr. 25c at your to lavo tho city ho found tho gates Boll's 1 locked. Ho made his escape, carry- druggist. best-knoy. ey y. A mm New Orleans, May 20. In January Spurgle Gates, then Jobless, faced tough times and an unpaid board bill for himself and wife at C. E. Brown's No 1S02 Bienville street. Everything of value the couple possessed had found Its v.iy into the pawnshops, hut still $34 was due Brown, who was growing Irate. Gates figured that he had one more possession that he could pawn. It was hid spouse. Would Brown take Mrs. Gates and hold her as security for the uncollected account? Sure! In fact, he beamed upon Gates' proposal. The pawn ticket was duly made out, the wife delivered to the landlord and Gates set out. with high resolves. Today the husband had enough money to get his wife out of pawn. Brown asked for the return of the pawn ticket before delivering his security. Gates couldn't find it. Therefore an argument ensued over the question of principal interest, and the two men fought while the woman sat on her trunk, not knowing whether she was liberated or still a hostage. Judge W. D. Chamberlain settled the argument. He allowed Brown $41 and Gates to receive back his pledge. Then the Judge fined the men $15 apiece' nnd an equal share of court costs for disturbing the peace. o Hub Clothing Co. 8 & HARTFORD, Y. g !9S9S&VroS$SSSSSSroS3 How' about that new cultivator you promised your- ! self last fall, when you harvested only half a crop on 4 account of not having tools to cultivate it with as it should have been clone? MR. FARMER BEFORE YOU BUY WILL AGAIN SEEK PARDON FDR SON Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is h blood or constitutional disease, and In oraer to cure It you must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure 13 taker Internally, and acts directly upon the biood and mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for years and is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENET & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. Sold by DrucKlsla. r'lce 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for conitlpatlon. a i Murium or hlaykii ok katiieu CONVICT JiEMEVES PAID PENALTY. HAS should invt5t.?frntfi fclin Rrinlv T,vprlp3s "Sin J levers, no springs, always in balance. They will do raore-anbettes work, longer and easier and without you have had with other those frequent break-down- s cultivators. Ynn d f Jtk. ALSO, struction and perfection of all disc cultivators. Lexington, Ky., May 22. To buy Blue-grasfarm and build a new home for herself and her son, Beach, Is the dream of Mrs. Lo'uellen Hargls, or Jackson, who Is now recovering from a nervous breakdown, nnd planning ns she rests on her bed In the Oood Samaritan hospltnl to renew tho light of years to secure a parole for her boy. Mrs. Hargls believes Beach will shortly bo allowed to walk through tho grim portal of the gray stone house at Frankfort, where he Is held for killing his father, Judge James Hargls, and lend his strong arms to the support of his mother In the sun-ayears. Cheerful In spite of the worn and broken nerves, and hopeful with a hope that Is horn of love and faithfulness, Mrs. Hargls Is today resting In a sunny room at the Good Samaritan, planning what she will do if Ueach Is restored to her. Her Indomitable courage Is all that has kept her alive- through trials that, to use her expression', "would have killed a dozen women heforo now." She still fyns the courage to believe Hint governors nnd prison boards will decldo that Beach has suffered enough for his misdeed, and that he has earned a chance to go out In tho world and try again. X, Mrs. Hargls seemed glad to Bee a reporter who called on her Saturday, Sho said Bho was feeling much better than Bhe did when sho came here a week ago. Just after an unsuccessful effort to win a parole for her son last November Mrs. Hargls broke down nnd was compelled to remain In bed for a long time. She was very sick during tho winter months and members of tho family once despaired of her life. a s On March 15 there were In the Ice outside of Archangel, Russia, no fewer than 100 ships. The port was f t The Janesville Disc Cultivator the original which for t over thirty years has remained the standard of con- - frozen up last winter much earlier than usual. I - ct "What Is the defendant's reputation for veracity?" asked the Judge. "Your honor," said the witness, "I've known him to admit that he bad been Ashing all day and hadn't got a single bite." Boston Post. Rest Tiling for n Bilious Attack "On account of my confinement In the printing office I have for years been a chronic sufferer from Indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks ago I had an attack that was so severe that I was not able to go to the case for two days. Falling to get any relief from any other treatment, I took three of Chamberlain's Tablets and the next day I felt like a new man," writes H. C. Bailey, Editor Carolina News, Chapln, S. C. Obm tainable everywhere. i Children Cry I FLETCHER'S CASTO R A FOR I A. B. Row & Son l Cetitertown, Ky. m t a 5 5 B H Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will .help parents develop their eons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- tered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there- fore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select group of boys. Write 5 g E H gj 5 g S 2 ing with him some of tho children of tho city, and with theso ns hostages Didn't Work n Day. to eccure tho release of , he managed A Jewish clerk asked his employer alt his followers. Subsequently tins for an lncreaso In wages. The emrebellion was quelled nnd the leaders ployer answered: were executed at Tyburn In 1530. "You admit there are only 305 days In a year; you work only 8 It was more thin a hundred ynr.r3 hours a day, therefore there are 10 pfter tho death or Sir Thomas that hours a day In which you do not -- . a conspiracy to seize Dublin wab re- work; this amounts to 244 days in a vealed by Owen Cornolly on tho day year, leaving 121 days. There are An Mcnl SprlnK Laxative. Sundays, leaving 09 days; you good nnd time tried remedy Is deforo the attempt was to have been 52 A mado. This was during tho rebellion work only half a day on Saturday, Dr. King's New Life Pills. Tho amounting to 26 days, leaving 43 Infirst dose will move the sluggish of 1G41, and It was Connolly's that saved Dublin for the days. You take ono hour each day bowels, stimulate the liver and clear formation for lunch, making 16 days, leaving Wilthe system of body poisons, accumu- King. Cromwell, James II, and liam III In turn visited Dublin with 27 days. You take two weeks vacalated during tho winter. Dr. King's tion with pay, amounting to 14 days, New Life Pills will do It. 25c at armed forces. 1 up as a leaving 13 days. There are 12 legal your drugglBt. Another Fitzgerald loomed holidays, leaving one day, and that factor In Irish unrest about the time day being the Jewish Day of Atonewas He of the French revolution. History of Ireland. ment, you do not come to work." Washington, May 20. While the Lord Edward Fitzgerald a leador of reeyes of the world were- turned to- tho United Irishmen, who had Lame Duck. wards Ireland and tho centers of tho ceived his military training In AmerLame back is usually due to rheuFelu revolt, oiliclals of the Na- ica, serving under Lord Rawdon In Sinn Lord Ed- matism ot the muscles ot the back. tional Geographic Society, familiar tho Revolutionary War. every detail of Irish history, re- ward was ono of the mpst plct.uresquo Hard working people are most likely with counted stories of former internal Irish leaders ot the 18th century and to suffer from It. Relief may be had his beautiful wife, tho famous Pam- by massaging the hack with Chamstrife on tho Island. They point out that there have ela, was an equally appealing figure berlain's Liniment two or three times everybeen many stormy scenes In Dublin, In tho revolution of 1708, during a day. Try It. Obtainable m tho Irish capital, even In Its legen- which Lord Edward was captured where, dary history, as far back as tho third and thrown Into prison where ho died century of the Chrlstlauera, being of wounds received In tho struggle tilled with Borles of conflict. One of with the officers who arrested him the earliest episodes was tho defeat while In bed. For Infants and Children of tho people of tho surrounding Irish patriot and A greatly-love- d province by tho Inhabitants of the Years Over orator, Robert Emmet, headed the In Use For wwn in 291 A. D. 4 One of tho most tragic events of revolution of 1803. Emmet, while Always bears the Dublin's early history is an echo of frying to make his escape after an Signature of GSa&$$&5&C. attempt to seize Dublin this hatred of the people of the abortive . Mrllenry Delinquent School Tax List. By vlrturo of authority vested In me as Tax collector for the McHenry Graded School District, Ohio county, Ky I will on Monday, Juno C, 1910, expose at public sale the following lands, or so much thereof as may he necessary to produce the sums required, viz: 1913, E. G. Burton Heirs one lot, J. L. Burton, ngt. . . .? 4.18 4.18 1914, Same 4.18 1915, Same 1913, Mrs. Mary Cargal, 10 3.79 acres land 1913, George Smith, one lot. . 14.52 1913, James A. Austln.one lot. 6.57 6.57 1914, Same 6.57 1915, Same 1913, N. P. Brown, one lot. . . 7.36 8.27 1915, Same 1913, Gaither Heirs, one lot. . 4.1S 3.39 1915, Same 5.38 1913, Ollts Hawes, one lot.... 1915, Same , CIS 1913, Frank Penman, one lot. 2.99 1.40 1914, Same , 1913, S. A. Reynolds, one lot. 9.58 1913, Charlie Stewart, one lot. 4.5S 1913, Williams Mines Amuse4.77 ment Co., one lot 4.77 1914, Same ' 4.77 1915, Same 1913, G. C. Wakeland, one lot. 4.5S 3.79 1913, Virgil Wise, ono lot.... 3.79 1914, Same 3.79 1915, Same 1914, H, M. Maddox, one lot.. 4,58 4.58 1915, Same 1914, Mrs. Rosa Maddox, one 4.97 lot 4.97 1915, Same,.' 4. IS 1914, Jane Gwynn 4, IS 1915, Same 1914, Rosco Calloway, one lot. 5.38 1914, Levi Glvens, 50 acres , B MATHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. land 7.7C 1915, Same 1914, Aimer Porter, one lot. . 1914, Robert Trail, one lot, 6.62 4.18 3.38 WILL FILL A WANTJ Pr'ct Pr'ct. 34 14 1914, Thomas Baker, ono lot 1916, Arthur Dowell, one lot.. 1915, II. D. Geary, one lot.... 1915, Mrs. Martha Jones, one 1915, Iaae Parrlott, one lot.. 1915, Mrs. Cyntha Shull, one 4.89 Since the suspension of the Louisville Weekly Courier-Journthere has been quite 3.78 4.58 a demand for a weekly Kenal, tucky newspaper that gives lot lot CASTORIA 30 1915, James Stevens, two lots 4.97 1915, R. P. Beck, 45 acres land 30.67 1915, Calvin Craddock, ono lot 4.58 1915, Christian Heirs, one lot, 3.79 L. L. Stewart agent 1915, D. M. Duncan estate, one lot, W. Duncan agent 10.51 8.04 1915, R. A. Pierce 1915, E. P. Rogers, one lot... 6.57 1915. John H. Reynolds, one 5.50 lot 1915, S. A. Reynolds, ono lot! 10.58 1915, Robt. Raines, one lot.. 3.79 1915, Mrs. Amelia Southard, 3.39 . one lot 1915, Mrs. J. D. Simpson, one 4.97 all the more important state 5.68 news, as well as the general news, crisp editorials, good 2.20 stories, timely cartoons and illustrations. There is no such excellent paper as the Twice-a-Wee- k Owensboro Messenger (Kdlted by Urey Woodson.) ! ..... ..... 3. 39 tion wifti Jtlie Hartfyjf ReUlrA. lot . .:, l915,.Ed. Coopej, ono lot. . . . 3.79 lican. 3.38 1915"; Will Turnerpne. lot. . . . oi ,. Both papers, one year-fCentral Park Graded School Mc- St. So, All dubbin? subscripHenry, Ky. tions should be addressed o A. P. . ..., It conies every Wednesday and Saturday, ( 16 pages a week of more), and is in every ."regard. MesTry Hie; Twicca-Wee- k senger for1 a yer in connecup-to-d- ate , .t . 45t4 Collector. Republican, HartTord, Ky. ; t- - nomination for tho presidency unless ADDRESS he resigned his Job. It would bo to resign the Job ho foolish of him Bnwrl ncMJtdlni? to law at the Pontomee now has to make the race unless ho MARKS CLOSING He Krt(ord. Kj-.- . m mnll tnttr ot the Mcond was assured of the nomination. tlftM. will announce his candidacy if the ripe. If the prospects Hilltop, time Is ever ALLISON J. HARNETT nnvnr lnnlt lirlcllt OllOUCll lie Will RECORD CROWD HEARS DR. XOl ,1, V. 8. TIXSLKY,. .Business aimingcr continue to serve his country on tho GIVE HOUXi) ADVICE TO to bench and we will take Roosevelt GRADUATES. Address nil communications and lick tho stuHln out of 'em in Tho Hnrtford Republican. November. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS We would suggest to the writer MOTHERS GIVE BANQUET eent Bnbttribr ilfAlrlni? the payer In til a new who desires" to send us polltlclnl comninklrn? the the old addreM addree mnt dive munications not in keeping with the reqneet. BnttnrM I.ocoln and Notice" 10c per line and 8c policies of the paper that he turn his Regretful rnrewcll Given to Out tif per lino for each nddltlonal lnrtlnn. mort splendid talent to subjects Town Students Friday and Card til Thiakir Obltnarle. lleoliitloni beneficial to Ohio county. Glva us a XlRht. per line, monej In advnuce. Church Jfotlcw lor oervlcen Irev, lint other sketch of the conditions of crops It: dTertlement, '- per line. us how Or, tell your community. Anonjmoun comniunlcntlonn will receive no !,wo can have good roads witnout exercises closed ttestlon Commencement bonds. Don't you believe we have to the graduating a little to much politics In this with the address Just In class by Dr. J. T. C. Xoe, of the country now? The gentlemen .. Cini"borlari.a. Friday University of Kentucky, CO question is too good a friend to this - .. rtmaca' space, but night. The large auditorlam of the paper for us to refuse him Mehodlst church was filled and many a we will npprelcate FRIDAY, MAY pleasing one contrary failed to gain admission. A article much more than program was arranged, and splendidto the views of a great inajorlty of ly carried out, as follows: March AXXOUXCEMEXTS. our readers. Misses Xall and Plrtle. Invocation We have read three editorials this Rev. Kapler. Vocal solo Miss May. to announce We are authorized Introductory remarks Mr. H. E. TOM SPURRIER, ot Grayson county, week in which the writers complain Congress, from the about having their attention called to Brown. Oration, "American icieais DS a candidate for Gllmore Keown ('16). Vocal Solo Fourth District, subject to the action errors in their publications but hear-Is Mrs. Baxter Wilson Napier. OraSaturday, ing nothing when a good paper of the Republican primary, can men of the tion, "Uncrowned Kings" Miss Geissued. What else August 5, 1916. newspaper profession expect. If we neva Brown (Class Valedictorian) Vocal Miss Holbrook. we would Piano Solo Wo are authorized to announce the made our papers as good as Llgon. Class Address Dr. Re- like to have them we wouldvhave no Solo V. candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Presentation of Diplomas, If we Noe. publican nomination for county at- time to listen to complaints. It Vocal Duet Mrs. Napier and Mr. county. Subject to don't get criticised occassionally torney of Ohio Llgon. Benededictlon. the action of the Primary Election, wpuld seem that there was a lack of In his address Dr. Noe not only1 Interest In our work. If a man buys August 5, 1916. Saturday, goods from the dealer he displayed an unlimited knowledge of no account quickly returns. If the goods are all languages but gave some good, sound Carranza is to start 30,000 soldiers right he says nothing. Let them advice to the graduates, laying spec-- 1 Old boy, I guess jump you occasionally. It adds a lit- lal emphasis upon education. In pursuit of Villa. Miss Brown and Mr. Keown of the you'll give up now. tle spirit to the campaign of life, and when the compliment does confe It Is class of 1916 deserve special mention Villa's wife Is In Texas. One 'vay much more appreciated. for the delivery of their orations. of punishing the bandit, so marf'.ed The musical part of the program was men tell us, would be to help her highly enjoyed by the capacity DOX'T KXOCK OX WOOD. find him. "And now Gen. Wood Is mentioned Last Sunday was Mothers' Day and as a dark horse for the Republican Wa never knew how to appreciate presidential nomination. Better cage following closely was mothers' night the wild hairs on our dome until we your woodcock If you would keep for the mothers of the members of d business managBaw the him In the country." Courier Jour- the class of 1916 of Hartford College er swaltlnr Sles. gave a banquet for the class,, and nal.' The Woodcock was "caged" for In many Invited guests, In the basement old sprouts Those never-conteIn Louisville Tuesday anil Of the Methodist church after the that only a few days ago were wish- address from flip tnnp of his sneech graduating exercises Friday night 4nrirr!tip ing for some warm weather are now or a he would be for Wood in preference There were perhaps seventy-flv- e beefing about the heat. i hundred persons present to enjoy the to Woodrow. occasion. Rev. B. W. Napier acted men swallowed The Beckham IT'S OVER, MIXUS SHOUTIXG. as toastmaster and toasts were reeverything dished out to them by tho The Bond Issue has met a decisive sponded to by members of the class Stanley-Jame- s crowd at Lexington defeat in Ohio county but so far we and the guests. Several from out of Wednesday. have heard little shouting, except town were present. After the banquet many, of the Germany says she can't be starved. from a newspaper and it only meekly respecWell perhaps not, but most any boasts of having been aligned with, graduates returned to their can be made die of thirst. the majority. If it continues its tive homes in other parts of. the Dutchman The receipt is, give him water only. present policy it is likely that In time county, but they will always be kind that privilege will be lost, for Ohio ly remembered by the faculty of It Is whispered around in the dress county needs good roads and vjhen I Hartford College and the people of little the time Is ripe she will go about the town of Hartford. Circle that there was some , squabble connected with the Indorse- getting them. . A strange thing about the election U OUGHT TO HE ment of Mr. Johnson in the Democratwas the way in which the voters were ic county convention Saturday. lined 'up. The men who should use Xewspaper Condems Democratic At Ohio county will send a delegate good roads to the best advantage titude on Dyestufls. to each of the National conventions were In many cases the bitterest op- -: was ponents of the Issue. While on the this summer. Rowan Holbrook Once a Tariff reformer, always a selected to go to the Democratic other hand large tax payers of tho Tariff reformer, Is good In precept meeting at St. Louis while M. L. cities of the county who own neither and practice. But even the Demo Heavrln goes to Chicago. horse nor automobile were highly In crats who have achieved so brilliant favor of a bond issue. These men a triumph in reversing the long-e- s The Penrose victory In Pennsylvan- thought they were helping others and Republican policy of high ia has added impetus to the Fair- lending an uplifting hand to the tablished and always higher Tariffs ought to Mr. Fairbanks county, but now that the proposition banks candidacy. d enough to see vlrture now has Indiana and part of Ken- has been so overwhelmingly defeated be In an exception to the rule of low as a starter tucky and Pennslyvania It is feared that many of them will and always lower Tariffs when the at the Chicago convention June 7. oppose another issue. reasons for It are so sound and apIt Is felt by the advocates of tho parently convincing as In the case of oflice ho When Wilson went Into bonds that a good cause has been dyestuffs. The Democratic Senate rerefused to have the regular Inaugural opposed be- jected the proposed Increase In duties months temporarily lost. Those ball. Vet, for the last several lieve they have acted with wisdom. on coal tar dyestuffs even though he has been doing the hesitation to Time only can tell who Is correct, and the music of Villa's band. Or, should while waiting for the decision let us It was accompanied by the placing on tho free list of some raw materials and then the hesitawe say one-ste- p forget for the present and hope for for that Industry for all the world tion? the future. We can manage to ford as though It had been the entering tfl' Another good piece of presidential tho mud hole and skip over arid wedge In a Republican attempt to rerough places In the summer, Wood, store the policy of Protection and extimber is Gen. Leonard of Staff of the Army. Ho would when the harvest Is reappd and the clusion. If ever there was a case for again 'jnade special consideration, apart from be solidly supported by the prepared- dull days of winter have may questions of general policy, this Is ness advocates should ho be nominat- their gloomy appearance we study the road one. ed by the Republican party, and tho again take tho time to demonstrates chances are tho Colonel would take question. ' theOur present plight ourselves Indeneed- of making the stump for him. Dob Nurses Wolves. pendent of Germany as a source of Rlphmond, Ky.. May 21. Two The Democrats Bhould not have The path of dyestuffs. In a local supply for stopped when they were In that In- wolf cubs, destined to die duty Is plain, prudence.and a regard dorsing mood In convention Saturday park, because their mother could not for our ownjnterests bring it Into but should have gone on down tho nourish them, aroused the mdther lnr view. The Democrats would show s(Tict of 'of bull terrlor that had a litJine, and indorsed the city governIf they and Intelligence wisdom Mayor Iter, jTJjev could havo ter of pups, and received so much at- should concern themselves with findment of made no mistake by'.dpW that but tention from their foster mother thatn ing a way to promote the manufacof Inanlta-tlothey were taking some very long one of her own pups died may In this country; perish ture ot dyestuffs and the others also shots when they gave tho O. K. to they cut a sorry figure when they the Kentucky Legislature and the of.neglect. show indifference to a matter of such d Tho whining of tho administration of Governor Stanley. Mr. Underwood was cage, Importance. cubs led the. terrier to tho wolf much In error when he argued that The strawberry Industry Is being Her attempts to enter attracted the the great German works had been developed to such an extent In Ohio attention of'a park employe, who recrippled by tho war that they will county that It Is bnly a question of moved the-- ' cubs to the dog kennej, bo bo unable, after peace has been contime when we win be compelled to the stepmother fought, off her w" cluded, to flood this market with peek a foreign market. Until now offsprings until the adopted children and that therefore no greater Ohio county has not produced nioro had obtained a square meal, If ho protection will bo needed. -- . of the red product than sho consumwero correct as to tho facts, that A. 8. of KK Xotlcc. ed but this year the market In flooded, muw a a nt C Pnftlo1 wnnl nr nnv would bo tho best possible reason for and hundreds of gallons will rot In very other wool, will bo received at Beaver encouraging American manufacture, the bpd. This years crop is a since If tho German supply Is to bo heavy one, but tho acreage Is also Dam. Wednesday. May 31. j cut qff or much curtailed our textile SILAS STEVENS. Increaslarger and tho market Is not Industries wlll'bo greatly embarrassing in proportion. We had better bo ed for years to come. There Is no HARTFORD PRESSING, QLUU. many preparing for shipment before Clothes cleaned and .pressed. Re present indication that manufacture more seasons. guuranteod. of dyestuffs. In this country will bo Satisfaction pairing. Work called for and delivered. Shop developed in any degree equal to the In "Jt, wpuld bo unprofessional market demand, for Senator Underto nnounce at this time over Ohio County Bottling Works. wood's belief concerning tho German ED. NALL, Prop. Republican 42tl jjis candidacy for the Hartford Republican, CUSS factories Is not shared by Americans ' who might be induced to establish plants If they could be assured that they would not be put out of business ' by Germnn competition when the war Is ended. We need dyestuff factories not only for their Immediate product, but as a resource, for national defense. The German works nre at present active In supplying the material for explosives. We have no such resource, and If we should get Into trouble, we should bitterly lament our wnnt of Will njrain bopin UsM. .v ! I IB Wt f r b Theater MwBL WITH FLORENCE REID. Friday Night May 26, 1916 forethought preparedness. In that higher field ot The advocates of a dye-stu- ff - higher duty' have a very distinct Impression that the great German concerns have exerted their Influence secretly against tho effort to establish the industry in this country and against tho proposed Increase in "THE DANCING GIRL" And will show each TUESDAY, FRIDAY mid SATURDAY NIGHTS thereafter. Doors open at 7:15 and show begins promptly at 8:15. You cannot afford to miss these Shows . . . counter-balanc- e 2. non-partis- duty. The dlsclosuro of such a German endeavor would be most unfortunate for the Democrats. But leaving the Germans out of the question altogether, there are urgent reasons why we should take steps to manufacture dyestuffs In this country. It will be an Infant Industry, there can be no question about that. If Protection Is ever t.o be Justified, that Is a clear case, so clear that even a Free-Tradwho should give it canconsideration did anil favorable would not be chargeable with Inconsistency. New York Times. er Admission 10c Amusement is a necessary part of our lives; to a man ns a for the cares of business, to the woman, ns a relief fromvthe monotony of housekeeping, to the child ns a supplement to its education. To you, individually, it has a high intrinsic value, select it with care. m Farmers, Attention. We have a stock of Farm j Imple-Peg-Too- , ( th ments consisting of Blue Bird Plows, Vulcan Chill Turning Plows, and Disc Harrows, Single and Two-roCorn Drills, One and two-horCultivators, Single and Double- Shovel Plows and anything else in the Implement line you may need. We also have three Weber Road Wagons and one Runabout Bagjjy. All this will be sold on regular tf rms. Don't forget we still handle th established Jones' Brand Fertilize- -. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Hartford, Kv. 20t4 w The "Aristocracy of Photoplays," supply entertainment of the most artistic and refined character, Shown Exclusively in This Section at The Star Theater. Paramount Pictures! Just installed exhaust fan which will make ventilation first class, se IXDIAXS GETTIXG RICH Telephones on Farms at jfjCXI) Low bald-heade- Territory Alloted to Red Men Xow UriiiKing Iarge Revenue. nt (By Souhern Missionary News Bureau.) Certain I Indians, strange as the richest people flbes of North American It may seem, are In the world, In Rates If there is no telephone on your farm write for our Free Booklet telling how you may get Service at 50 cents per month and up. A postal will do! Address:- - OPEX-MIXDE- D open-minde- ef - -- half-starve- dye-stuf- fs, proportion to population. The wealth of the people of the whole United States averages $1,000 per capita, that of the 2,000 Osage Indians of Northeast Oklahoma averages $30,-00- 0 per capita. The whole of Osage county, larger than the state of Rhode Island, belongs to this little handful of red men. Since it was allotted to them by the government, oil In great quantity has been discovered and their Income last year from this source alone was $560,-00- 0, In addition to which they received great returns from their grazing lands. Other tribes, who years ago were assigned large areas when land was plentiful and of relatively small value have grown Immensely rich through natural Increase In land values and particularly through the discovery of vast deposits of oil and mineral. But wealth is a sword that cuts both ways. It Is either a great blessing or a great curse, depending on the ability of Its possessor to resUt Its temptations and use It well. To the Indian, untutored, unacoustomed to artificial luxuries and dangers of civilization, a child of nature given to tho following of his natural Impulses, the vast wealth that has fallen to him is a peril Indeed. "Picture an Osage family," writes Rev. Victor I. Masters, of the Southern Baptist Home Mission board, after a recent visit to this tribe, "tho ciders yet in blankets and unable to understand the language of the white everything and man who has destroys all possibilities of the wild life, which Is all the Indian has ever known. Railroads, firewater, automongrlculture, telebiles, gambling, phones, pianos, houses, stores where food may be had as long as the mon ey lasts both the vices and tho vjr- tues. of the white man's civilization, greatly try the Indian's soul. Whisky absolutely ruins him. "He cannot hunt any moro; still In his red man's code that is the only ay to make a dignified and manly living. Gone tho days of the warpath I Horrible as were Its deeds, yet war did serve to keep at .concert pitch the royal and unhampered soul. Those things are all gone. Instead there is only monoy, and a. lino which Is cut off from all either ho The or his ancestors ever know. white man has' neglected everything. Tho Indians must either in ope or two generations adopt the white man's civilization In Its positive and constructed aspects, or fall a victim to tho snares and be damned by the vices of that civilization." Such helng the case, tho Gospel Is tho one Influence that can save the Indian from his peril and lead him out safely Into tho tiew and larger life. A number of tho 'mission boards are earnestly .working at the. problem and la a great many cases wonder- - Farmers' Line Department. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED My) k BOX 119, OWENSBORO, ful KY. transformations have been first class at $1,568.30. wrought In the lives of individuals inThe amount of assessments, and communities. terest, and costs for tho years 1914, 1915 and 1916 against above describNOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. ed property being: 1914, $114.53; In writing 'your letters do not say 1915, $52.86; 1916, $273.95. Other spent Sunday with costs, $10.4S. Total amount that Mr. $451.82. Mr. Blank, or Mr. Blank and family took dlnner'wlth Mr. Guest, or Miss Belle spent the night with Miss HostS. O. KEOWN, Sheriff Ohio County. If' ess. And by no means say that Mr. Romeo made his regular call at tho home of Miss Juliet Sunday 'afternoon, etc. Wo do not care for that. What wo want s tho news. When someone from another town visits someone In yo.ur town, or vise versa, we are alwaya ,g)ad to run It as n news Item, 1but.becareful with your selection, it Is no pleasure to rewrite and scrdtch" your copy. The Editor. Dralnugc Tuxes. Lund Sale for By authority vested In mo as sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I, or one of. my deputies, will offer at public sale, for drainago taxes duo me, interest and costs herein, at tho court houso door in Hartford, Ohio county, Kenucky, on June 5, 1016, It being tho first Monday of said June, 191'6 tho 'following described property, to wit: W. II. Williams, 115 acres bounded Beginning at a stake, as follows! corner between Fanny B. Barnes and a. A. Darnesr thence N. 814 feet to a stake; thence N. 2 W. 307 feet to a stake; thence N. 77 W. GOO feet to a stake thence S. G4 Vi W. 840 feot to a stake In tho Hartford and Goshen road and. in a line ot Mrs. J. W. Morcer; thence with said road and said, line N. GG feet to a stake in B. 1.970 sa(d road.thoncu N. 65. feet to a, stake, in, tho jlne of J. V. Collins bejrs; .thence with said Hup to the beginning, t containing 115 acres, more' or less. Assessed in the Xotlce. In Owensboro and Leltchfleld road. Notlco is hereby given that we, the undersigned citizens of Ohio County, Kentucky, and residents of said coun ty and state, will on tho 5th day of Juno, 1916, at tho court house In Hartford, Ky., It being tho first day ot the regular Juno term of the Ohio County Court, file a petition In said court and move the Judge thereof to establish a public road, as follows: Beginning at a stake in tho Owensboro and Leltchfleld road about 250 yards west of the I. 0. R. R. trestle, near tho residence of E. S. Dunn; thence In an easterly direction through tho land ot O. H. Kirk about 250 yards; thenco In a southeasterly direction through tho lands ot O. II. Kirk and R. S. Lanhoni along the right of way of tho I. C. R. R. about 275 yards to tho Fordsvlllo and Washington Station road at or near where said road crosses tho I. C. R. R. In testimony whereof witness our signatures, this tho 22 day of May, 1916. Petition for chnnge '" . B.J.PAYNE, - .vT. ESKRIDGE, E. F. RICE, DR. I,. L. DENTON, W. J, GREER, J. P. CHEEK, II. pear S. ROYAL), O. H. KIRK. And many others whoso names ap ' on the petition. 4712 m J ' May Specials! I The month of May is the time for graduation material, etc. You will find in our store an exquisite line of sheer fabrics, just the kind you are going to need, so don't worry about what you are going to wear and where you are going to get it, but come direct to our store and the matter will be settled. Can show you plain (By Fluke McFIuke.) Sunday, IteV. Napier having Ono of Hartford's citizens Is out, been called to Owonshoro, whero ho fter being laid up for.dbout rt week will preach at Settle Momorlal Sun- with reported poison Ivy. You've had day morning and evening. our sympathy Lee, but wo consolo j Mr. H. T. Leach, of Heaver Dam, ourselves by the thought that If an providence haden't sent this left Wednesday for Edmond, Okla., where he will take a ten weeks course affliction upon you at this time, you In the Normal school prior to resum- might have had something worse. ing, his work as Instructor In the Why In Sam Hill don't Uncle Tom Oklahoma schools this fall. Edison of some guy invent a straw pound mud cat was A forty-tw- o berry .without all that blamed shuck landed by Mr. W. H. Colllus near the on one end? We are tarnation sore Mill Hun on Hough river mouth of on hearing our wife yell out every Wednesday morning where ho and morning, Fluke, come here and Mr. Soth Riley are camping. 'Several shuck these berries fer breakfast. other beauties have been landed. i n all-wl- dee, visited Miss Uculah IthoadB the latter part of last week. We are asked to announce that there will be no preaching at STRAY STREAKS. Filmy Materials Leads In Dresses Fanciness and filminess are two characteristics of the late spring and early summer dresses, and a great majority ot" these new showings are of Batistes, Voiles and Organdy. Estes Hudson underwent an operation at his homo near Ileda Saturday Drs. afternoon for appendicitis. Hoover, of Owensboro, Hiley and Ford, Hartford, were in charge of tho surgical work. The patient Is doing well. Messcrs. J. C. Her, Heg Casebler, Henry Nail, Delmer Stewart, W. P Ijlldklff, E. Y. Park and Clifford Aiooro witnessed the opening of tho ! Kitty League baseball season nt Owensboro Tuesday. Henderson took the opener, 3 to 1. and Fancy Mulls, OrganMr. O. "T70'Dannon and family dies, Voils, Paris Muslins, left yesterday for Greenville where Lawns, Wash Silks, etc., jMr. O'Bannon will continue his proA Dreif cl Scree duce business. This estimable family McCall Pattern No. ?ijo. one of the has made this Its home for several with varied line of many new duum lot May years and the O'Bannons are mighty trimmings to match. McCall patterns carriee in I good citizens to lose. Mrs. OttoC. Martin was called to stock; and competent salesladies to give you any l Leltchfleld this morning on account ' information you may need. of the sudden illness of her mother, Mrs, Coppage, who became over; Remember this, and heated while doing, some work there Wednesday. Mrs. Coppage was some better yesterday afternoon. Mr. Wallace H7Rlley, of Union .City, Tenn., visited relatives and friends hero from Friday until Wednesday. He was accompanied on Ms return trip by Walter Wedding and Larkln Griffin, who will spend i few weeks in the strawberry fields of Tennessee. Mrs. T. H. Black will return from T niiluvlllp KiinHnv wliprn slip under went a surgical operation. The opera- tlon was successful and Mrs. Black Is very much improved in health. Mr. Black has been in Louisville during Mrs. Black's confinement In the Norton Infirmary. Miss Mabel Park, of Beaver Dam, left Monday for Durant, Okla., where she will enter tho Oklahoma State Normal. After the completion of her Mr; Car Cook., of, Louisville, arriv- course in that institution Miss Park ed yesterday to assist in enlarging will teach in Oklahoma. She grad uated from the West Kentucky Semoperations at the local oil. field. . inary last week and was valedictorian DA V, MAY 20. Kill Mrs. C. E. Smith it attending the class. commencement of the Dawson High of her The following attended the DemoL., II. & ST. L. II. K. TRIE TABLE. School at Dawson Springs this week. State Convention at Lexington No. 113 due at Ellmitch S:32 p.m. There will 'be moving "pictures at cratic county WedNo. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. tho opera house In Beaver Dam every as delegates from Ohio nesday: F. L. Felix, Rowan, No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. Thursday and Saturday nights.' Pathe H. P. Taylor, Lyman Barrett, Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:35 p.m. service. G. B. Likens, C. M. Crowe, Otho DexLv. Irvlngton .. 5:5G p.m. I Miss Lula Walker will return to Cargal, W. H. Barnes, Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. j Lexington today, after a visit with ter, Charles Supt. Ozna Shults and Circuit Court No. Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. . relatives and friends In and near Clerk A. C. Porter. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. Hartford. ' County Attorney C. M. Crowe, C, Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. Miss Maggie Blanch Jolly return- O. Hunter, cashier of the Bank of '.1:04 p. m. "Ar. Ellmitch ed to Irvlngton Saturday ,"hf ter a seven-- Hartford, and County Surveyor C. C. visit with Mr. and Mrs. HInes appeared before tho Board of M., II. .t E. K. 11. TIME TABLE, John Bircher. Equalization at Frankfort last week South Bound, No. 115 Mrs. F. O. Austin returned to as a committee to get the tax rate 8:4.5 a. m. Due at Hartford Beaver Dam yesterday after a visit lowered In Ohio county. They sucr North Botrhd. No. 114 Grlffln' and Mr3. ceeded In getting 5 per cent .taken off 5:55 p. m. with Mrsi Attye Due at Hartford., Hooker Williams. of town lots but the raise of 10 per (Both ''Mixed Trains.) . mT Wopdwarl" cent on farm lands will remain.. Mr. and" Mrs,-Ewent to Owensboro yesterday to atThe busTneBsThousesand residences Miss Cllffio Felix visited relatives tend the commencement of the of Hartford again have electric lights. at Horton last week. Owensboro High School. The installation of tho new engine Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Plrtle returned and df'namo at the plant of tho Mr. M. A. Fought, of Leltchfleld, to Versailles yesterday .after a visit Kentucky Light & Power Co., was was hero last week. , Mr. F; W. Plrtle completed Tuesday evening and tho Mrs. T. L. Grinin is visiting rela- with first time in lights came on for-thand other relatives here. tives in Bowling Green.several weeks that night. There A 30 per cent dividend will be Esq. Leslie Combs is taking a few paid the depositors of the Dundee is but one small belt In the days rest at Dawson Springs. Peposlt Bank by Deputy Conimls- - plant now, the new dynamo being connected with the engine and taking iMrs. S. J. Wedding leit Wednes- sloncr G. B. Likens Juno 1. power direct from the shaft. day for a visit torelatives. in Bowling "C. Brown, special Deputy its Mr. L. ' Green. Banking Commissioner liquidating Wanted! Mr. Fred Cooper left last 'week for the affairs of theMcHetiry Deposit Carload of Poultry. Will pay the fola business trip In tho .Western Bank, was In Hartford Monday. lowing cash prices delivered at poulStates. Miss Gorln J'lenerwiq" taught .In try car at Kronos, Ky., Friday, May Miss, Dora Dell, of Owensboro, vis- 'the local school this year, left Wed- '26, 1910; Centertown, May 27; Hart- ited Mr. and Mrs. James H. Williams nesday for her homenear Cromwell, ,ford, May 29; Dundee, May 30: Sunday. where she will spend the vacation. "Hens 15c, Cocks 7c, Ducks 13c, Mr. Worden Newbplt left Sunday Misses Norine Black' and! Lolo Ge- Geese 8c, Turkeys 15c, Guineas 20c for Durant, Okla., where hdJ "will neva Black Jeft yesterday for Louis- each. Poultry must not be fed on ' probably locate. J ' ville. They will return Sunday with date of delivery. Miss Louise Smith, of fordsvllle, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Please tell your neighbors. ' W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Is visiting at tho homo of Dr. E. W. Black. Hartford, Ky. Ford this week. who has for .Mr. Marlon Crowo, m week several months bqon located in DayMr. Lewis Boiarth. left-las- t COUNTY COURT NOTES. for Tulsa, Okla., where he will work ton, Ohio, arrived Saturday to visit . in the oil fields, his parents, Judge and Mrs. C. M. Marriage Licensee Issued Since Last oT Bowling Crowe. c" . Mrs. SaTIIo ShuU ,....,, Report. x Green, Is visiting at the home of her Mr. A. H. Plrtle .and son, and H. Fought son, Supt. Ozna Shults. M. PlrtlQ and Mr. Russell J. 'L; Ralph, Hartford, It. 6., to motored over from Owensboro Wed- Verda May Harder, Hartford R., 6.- Miss LenFljlemTTpfrWednesday for Loulsvlile to bo the .guest of nesday to spend the ds,x,at the bedOtha Daniel, Olaton, to Flora Ash-forside) of Mr. F. W, .P.trtle Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix. Hbrtan. Rev. B. W. Njipleft TaesMfyUor " Luther Bratcher, Fordsvllle, to Iva Miss Marie Hardwick, of OwenB-borjtke Dltrlt Con- Beedel.'FordBvlllfi. arrived .Wednesday for a few Lewlsport to r ... days visit wltlj friends and relatives ference of tho Methodist churci.;!r. E. H. Foster followed .Wednesday as Q, B. Brown was recently appoint- here. Mr. Vy. Lynch, a prominent po- a, representative of the local church. eu AuyuniHwuiur ui 'wio .vaiuiu uii -Eula Emily Chmn, deceaseds Misses ETTzalbetirTD"iniel, litician from tho Indiana Republican was Wooseley, ftnd Artelia Stone,' 'of .illeadnuarjers at Indianapolis, Cordelia Petty 'was recently, opr; hero yesterday In the Interest of the Fordsv'lilq; Miss Bltbrr Huff, Dundee, and Miss Clara Patton, Dun- - pointed guardian foMAlva J, .Petty. candidacy. Fairbanks I ( Wo overhqard a lady say tother day that some of .the present day Belles were not keeping up with the fashion In tho matter of wearing theso high water skirts because they had a bow they wished to conceal. Wonder what the lady meant?" 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. a I'nprcpairal Brigade. The man who goes for a day's fishing and runs out of bait at noon. A young lady who shins up a cherry tree Just before her best beau happens along. An unmarried woman, dressing, up and with seventy-tw- o buttons down her back. Three gallant young- bloods giving three young ladles a motor boat excursion with Just half enough gasoline to make the trip. Al, Llgou and Russel. A man without a corkscrew. "With the In The Semi-Tailor- ed Waists that I IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY We handed in the above stuff to King, one of the Sour faced Linotype men, telling h'lm that we would probably slip him a bit more if we could get our think plug to ..working a little. King said he- - guesse'd that he Just ns well close the Streaks stuff up. We nearly bought an Automobile week,1 we 'paid the licenses tax, purchased 5 gallons of gasoline and run out of money and the blamed Automobile man balked on turning over the car after we had gone to all this expense. 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,orof these materials in combination. Prices ranging 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c and up to $1.50 per yard. last 2kz&Gb J ; Carson Si A bunch of local fans Journeyed n?COr.FOSAT3 Co. over to Owensboro Tuesday to see the opening game of the Kitty league season. Henderson took the opener, and so did "Heg." i Hartford, Ky. Hartford Republican. Sam Keown put in two days work out on the farm which Mrs. Keown bought for he and Gllmore and. Sam proceeded, to lose his health and went to Dawson Springs yesterday. He will probably remain there until the tax books are turned over, then he will be too busy to farm. See! ' Hollier Eight THE CAR IDEAL. The new 1916 Hollier Eight is indeed the ideal pleasure car, combining in one car, at a moderate price, all those leatures you have so long desired.-and been unable to find in other moderate-price- d cars. Light in weight, with tremendous power and speed, smooth runuin.g 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 do iainy comparea. No matter what other cars you are familiar with, there is a big surprise in store you when you see and ride in the Hollier Eight, for there is' no other car in or near its price class anything like it in quality, construction, or performance. Write or phone for detailed specifications and demonstration NOW and get acquainted with the Motor Car Sensatioa of the season. Hol-broo- k, Ill The Columbia L.ite Insurance Co., will loan you half the value of your land for 5 years. No loans taken for less than $500. For terms, see W. H.-- PARKS, ' Hartford, Ky. 36tf Klr,st Name Would Do. Mrs. Moore was engaging a new maid of all work. The new applicant answered, all questions satisfactorily. "And what Is your name?" quired tho lady of the house in conclusion. "Mary," answered the hopeful one. "That being (he case," said tho new mistress, "we will adopt the English custom and call ypu by your last name, as wo have one Mary in tho family already. What is your ... weeks last name?" "Darling," said the nppllcant. Farming Reclaims Great ' Tract. One of the largest and most scientific agricultural enterprises in tho eastern part of the United States is Scientific a farm in, western New York. Tho June Popular Mechanics Magazine in an illustrated article, tells of tho scientific methods .and implements used on this big farm, which has been In the .course of development for the last three years, This farm comprises 11,000 acres, and is two miles long and nine miles wide. A trip of 60 miles Is required to pay off all the help. The undertaking Is backed by New York financiers and is managed by a civil engineer who is also a scientific farmer. The land comprising his farm was originally a vast, undralned swamp, and its reclamation was accomplished only by employing a dredge which, cut a deep main canal, with many lateral branches, through the tract, As the land was drained, lumbermen were'put 6n It to clear off tho trees and stumps with axes and dynamite, These workmen were, (allowed by g plows, etp., others with drawu, by caterpillar tractors pf light Th'eije light engines construction. have, almost wholly, supp,la,ned;horses. on tho farm, and aro a.sourca bf spe cial Interest to the, boy of, the, farm ers une, tractor nos ojgni, times, mo pul.llng power, of a 4horso. ,. 4.000 acres !of muck'' land .In the tract, enly.abpuj LJlbV acres five-gann'f-th, their-father- D. G. YOUNG CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. : trrat ' d, o, nuiJ . :' . . have been reclaimed and are now In use. ' Much of tho farm Is devoted jto truck gardening conducted qn a strictly scientific basis. A cost system is maintained and It Is possible to know just what each crop cost. Alt 'thtf produce Is prepared for' shipment according to factory moth-- , oda. The crates are made on the farm, a special nailing machine being . MM' acre pno of the labor-savin- g devices used In their construction. The' workmen ore well provided for with bungalows of modern type and with mod ern social conveniences, and such Im provements, as telephones, electric lights, etc An evidence of tho success ot the enterprise is that much ot the land Is now valued a( $500 per . "t 3t' I, PV r. ' i Mt- - " Iv. Lip AVI 4t feci I", aJ &Ztij I OUrr x .m. i p fl,L. SI II EEMiil v w a BBy If YOU may live to and never SOME Ok:( feel old enough to (EnEANDPIpESMOKERS. Vfe: V1IMHKBlB& vote, but it's certaPROCESS PATENTED in-sure you'll not JULY30I907 1?&m2BSEBEBB)rr B5&BtXEfi RJiREYNOLDSTOBACCOCOMPAW know the joy and. 5ALEM.N.t.U.S.A. Wl contentment of a DOES NOT BITEITHE TONGUE ifTrffliiiTrr r niifii friendly old jimmy 1H pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobacco! P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the vi n TOBACCO IS PREPAKtu, FORSMOKERSUNDERTHE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN RAKING EXPERIMENTS TO PRODUCE TMtMOilUt-- l tGHTFUL AND WHOLE TOBACCO FOR ClG- ,i P. A. puts new joy into the sport of smoking ! cut last week In Fulton county, Ky , this being exceptionally early (or the first crop. The alfalfa crop In that section Is about the bent paying of all crops, yielding Ave crops each season. The crop harvested In snld to be excellent, the weather also having been Ideal for the work. Farmers Homo , DPX'OrOSJSiODOLI HOTEL r POWHATAN .WASHINGTON. ' Otto C. Martin Attorney ... La HAItTFORD, KY. Will praotlce bis profession In LhU and adjoining countloa. ComuwrcbU . and Criminal Practice a Specialty. 0 Journal. Straw berry Acreage Heport. The acreage In strawberries In tho States named below Is estimated to be 111,543 acres In 1016, as compared with 93,155 acres In 1915, an Increase of 18.3SS acres, or 19.7 per cent. D.C. .1 Of AMERICAN II In "a city where good hotel, .bound. th.Powhmn htadi the t, wnr STIIVTTON Crnmwfll, K.r I OTTOO MAllTlN llnrttord, Ky, ltst.v It Is fitit"ln"tli"btirt.ci.lu countrymen, f I tfAir Per Now STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession In thli and djolnlng counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt Specialty. and vlgorom service- - .Votary in office. I Jersey NSTON 6BHB! Iwajx''1'!! lul Delewdre Maryland North Carolina Florida Missouri Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Louisiana Texas Oklahoma ISImSII half-pound goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch! You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback ! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoymentl And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just Acres 5,015 7,349 9,175 4,416 4,275 6,300 2,225 17,496 2,502 2,240 16,540 2,721 13.S80 cent. 10.O 11.4 5.0 4.6 22 S 45.5 S6.2 510 9.7 27.1 10.0 1S.3 1S2 204.0 demand for tobacco answers the universal kick-bacwithout bite, parch or k! Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder Prince Albtrl it ioH tcwrywhtre than to walk into the nearest place that sells in loppy rerf bag: Set tidy ttd tint, JOct handtom pound and tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay tin humidortand cheer-fulle- st pound t thai cltvtr out a little change, to be sure, but it's the humidor with top that kttpt the tobacco in tuch investment you ever madel splendid condition. cryttal-glai$pongt-moi$ttn- tt iRiNGEi Albert R, J. Reynold. Tob.eco Co., Win.ton.Salem, N. C. Copyright 50.S 4.7 3.1S4 Oregon The big Tennessee berry movement Is now under way. It Is said SO per cent of the crop will move this month. Thero are about 17,500 acrc3 planted to strawberries In Tennessee, which makes It the banner straw berry State of the Union. Until this season Louisiana had the largest acreage, Arkansas with 13.SS0 is the third largest berry State. Kentucky with .two or three Important growing polns Increased Its acreage SO per cent and Is now cultivating over acres, the largest section being in Warren county. Arkansas TFie Towlialan n refined, ex. elusive, and reitful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II Streets, makes it a deurabte headquarters (or bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions, School, and J colleges. The rowhatan" attract s ".the topic ol culture and education, T ts proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, alto to man? Interest, ot historical jwints makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub 0.ETAYL0R.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. The Powhatan " offer, room, 'with detached bath at J1.S0, $2.00 and up. Room, with private bath, I,S0, $3.00 and up. 'Write for booklet with map CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. lie ' DR. 0. E. HART YETERLNARY SURGEON HAM, KY. iii:.vi:r iUi C tf Mmaser. I, .11 O 11 I n Ofllce Jiuiich TaIor's Livery Itnrn. l.lilllillllll .! 2,-0- , I H I Y.y- - HUME Stl i 1 I mi tnADC'ViArms i trj i c jlTuiTB UeotA.ii PATCNTB M ccui.l .., or Lt u "mtuorourfL..iKn.rH THAT PAY,!'! tirtnw ".till., (i x jkr.-tl 1916 by R. J. Reynold. Tobacco Co. FARM DEPARTMENT The farmers of McCracken county decided that they wanted good cattle, and they asked Prof W. D. Nichols, of the Kentucky Experiment Station, to be their purchasing agent. The first Idea was to buy mature cows, but he advised against that plan and urged them to buy two year old heifers. Cows cost mora by about $26 a head than heifers; are harder to ship; and there is much more dlflculty In securing good Individuals because dairymen want to keep the good ones, and the buyer gets the Inferior cows. Buying heifers gives a better chance for securing good individuals. A cattleman In Kentucky who has bought many carloads of cattle In Wisconsin, made the statement that lesg than one third of the mature gave satisfaction, cows purchased while nearly all the heifers had been eatisfactory. The counties which Professor Nich- ols visited In Wisconsin were Jefferson and Waukesha. Jefferson county has 66 creameries and cheese factories; it sells annually over three million dollars' worth of dairy products and 6tock. In dairying this section almost equals Denmark. The farms average about 120 acres, and sells for about $100 to $200 an acre. Prosperity is very evident; money can be borrowed in small sums St 5 per cent, and in large sums at 1 per cent. The dairy business is alfor this most entirely responsible prosperity. These two counties nro the best examples In the United States of comEvery farm has munity breeding. etock for sale, and since farmsteads are so close together, buyers arc ablo to visit a large number of them in a limited time. This fact together with the fact that the stock kept are of excellent quality and In good numbers, has resulted in wide advertisement of this region so that buyers come from all parts of the country. Waukesha county Is known as the "Guernsey Capital of America," altho the country has nearly as many as Guernseys. In one day during the first week In May, three carloads of cattle were shipped from Jefferson county Montana, three to Tennessee, two to Wyoming and one to New Mexico, all from a single shipping point. Probably other'shlpments were also made that fame day from other points In the county. This concentration of the cattle breeding Industry has had a marked effect on land values. SInco buyers are so numerous, sales arc niado readily and at attractive prices. A condition slmiuar to that is seen in large cities where certain streets become known as headquarters for certain commodities, and buyers go thero This results for that merchandise. in the enhancement of real estato values In the neighborhood of automobile rows, millinery streets or Hol-eteins I White Cloier Honey to lie Plentiful. wholesale house districts. Last year conditions were favor-rangThe price of cattle In Wisconsin from $100 to $175 for a good oble for white clover and the result young grade Holstein or Guernsey, has been an exceptional growth or and from $175 to $350 for young the plant and a good promise for pure-bre- d cows. Two year old spring- - white clover honey this season. White for ing grade heifers are selling at from clover Is the chief dependence while yearling helf- - honey In some parts of the state, and $65 to $90 each ' those having bees should see to it at ers average about $45. neighborhood desiring to go once that they are in a condition to For a Into dairying, by far the best plan is take advantage of the "honey flow" to purchase yearlings and two year which will soon be here, old grade heifers and a pure bred f Colonies should be examined to see sire, and then produce the stock for If the queen Is a good one; It not, a A future herds on the farm. It is much new one should be Introduced. better to follow this slower plan than little feeding with equal bulks of to buy mature cows. It is also very granulated sugar and water will help I In the case of weak colonies, since much less expensive. collected At the present price of dairy cows, 1ut ""le forage has been Kentucky farms tllus taT- their production on The frames and supers to be used should be very profitable. The ques-- 1 tlon frequently arises which breed should be got in readiness, so therp should be selected. In general, this will be no delay when the flow is on. may be answered by saying that the Look after these things now, or have Jersey and Guernsey cattle will pro- that young man or woman member of duce butter fat most profitably, while your family who has been to the the Holstein Is a more economical State University, attend to It. Theso Holstein are the youngsters who will do the producer of whole milk. cows have the advantage of bringing successful beekeeping In the future. better prices when discarded from the Give them the advantage of your own dairy and sold for beef, and their experience, as well as that they secure veal calves also nring mucn ueuer In school. prices than the Jersey or Guernsey One other suggestion: You are Incalves. terested In sweet clover. No matter At present there Is a boom on both how I have learned this, I want to Guernsey and Holstein cattle, while urge that you sow some of It in odd the market Is depressed on Jerseys. corners of your place where other It would seem that now Is a good things will int grow. II y so doing Jerseys of high you will make your beekeeping more time to buy well-bre- d producing milk strains. It is well profitable and Increase the fertli'ty known that the Jersey breed furn- of your farm. ishes most excellent cattle, though now they are somewhat eclipsed by Clean the other breeds. They are almost cersnould be kept clean The tain to return to popularity and then and the chickens provided with dry, the breeder who has developed the clean places to roost. A good dust proper kind of jerseys will reap large powder may be made from one pint profits. of Creso dip No. 1 and three pints of It is also well to recall that Ken- gasoline mixed with enough plaster tucky Is famous for excellent Jersey of Paris or cement to absorb It. This cattle and that buyers do npt have powder should be dusted into the to leave the state to secure the best feathers around the base of the tall Indeed, many and under the wings. This hould be possible individuals. buyers from oher states come to repeated In about a week In order to Kentucky to buy Jerseys and one kill the young lice that may develop county, Shelby; has gained the name from the eggs or nits. Most of the of the "Jersey Island of America." prepared lice powder will answer this It will be a most happy condition purpose. when the Kentucky farmers learn the lesson which has been learned by MnkliiK Sheep Work Overtime. Wisconsin farmers. When that time Press dispatches from the Pacific section In the state will come3, Coast tell of the Illumination of sheep have a local breeding association, the by electricity to encourage the confine them- - ipens members of which will frequently and so -. . . ,. . ., to the breeding of some par, ww.u tiii.v. iiiw lull 1UI luuinci tlcular breed of stock. sheep pens aro wired and the light Is i turned on at four o'clock In the after- The first crop of alfalfa hay at oon , wmter ami U1,rna utltu ine Hlndman, Ky.. was cut last week, 0clock The Beep reed all the time this being exceptionally early. the 1ght la ou It ,8 turned on at four In the morning, and tho sheep n horseman J. I. again begin to feed. It is reported The e farm of that the frequent feeding brings thorn Dodge has bought a George II. Whitney, which adjoins to the marketing stage quickly. On his estate near Lexington. the big ranches electricity Is being power for used for all purposes reports from all over Mc- - pumping In the irrigation districts From Lean county the wheat crop will be and for chopping grain In the winter. Farmers Homo Journal. account of cut In half this year-o- n ;i damage by Hessian fly. Cockerel Is The first crop of alfalfa hay was also bad in many of the fields. J Hen-Hoiis- e. hen-hou- Stanley anil Cohen n (ijinlnci. Governor Stanley of Kentucky, Is enjoying at the Mansion phases of domestic life that the long sessions of Congress had denied him in recent years. He is making garden. The sun itself scarcely beats him to the onions, tomatoes, potatoes and lettuce in the morning, and he spends the evenings In anticipation and the mornings in contemplation of their growth. Also he takes a personal His hand In their encouragement. Indignation at a presumptuous potato bug, which clrcumstancial evidence pointed to having been on the ground waiting for the plants to come through, proved fatal to the bug and led to a prompt Investigation for accessories. The Executive garden covers more than half an acre and includes everything, even to parsley to garnish the entree; but there Is no mint bed. Commissioner Mat S. Cohen of the Department of Agriculture of Kentucky, also Is making garden and he admitted his reputation as a Commissioner of Agriculture was staked upon the outcome. Exchange. on j Jf ' V i for THE C report B SUR- - V PASSING RFCS'ENCC3. TorfrMUQUoB llfctk u TroniahJe 1 , B ill writ to fcnd nll thoto r t tlch i!buU f l Ttirt' irertlrc B K B03-B0- WASHINGTON. D.C. Sovonth Strnot,'g I GUARANTEED SERVICE One hundred per cent value. Special work for W. O. W. W. F. STEVENS, Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. 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If It dot. r not btlp you It coat, you notblnj. a) FOR ONE MONTH LOCK Hartford, Kentucky. Republican Ofllce. Both Phones. h FOR KIDNkZY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE medicine ever sold over a cuuggm s counter. 'IT" OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBU8 BoxeiO n. 4 I ' Produce Pork At Less Than 3c Mr. W. S. Dean, of Wailman, Ky., does it and so can you Read his letter right there to the right write us for full Waltmnn, Ky., May 4, 191G. Glenmore Distilleries Co., Owensboro, Ky. Gtmtleracn: I oncloao check for enr of your Concentrated Liquid Stock Feed shipped mo May. particulars about this wonderful Concentrated Liquid Stock Feed and what it will mean to ,ycu to feed it in the place of corn. Accept my thanks. I find my hogs havo made a gain of 1.9S0 pounds after eating 122 barrels of tho feed, 35 bushels of corn, J2.25 worth of Salvet, J1.G0 worth of coal slack and 100 lbs ship stuff. Cost mo less than 3c por pound to produce. Respectfully, W. S. DEAN. More than 25,000 head of hogs in Daviess and adjoining counties are being fattened on this Concentrated Liquid Stock feed because the feeders find it so much better and cheaper than corn Write us, asking any questions you like. acres, more or leas, and being tho same land convoyed to Minerva Greer by Wm. H. Cooper, by deed dated Feb. 25, 1854, nnd recorded In deed page 305, Ohio County book Court Clerk's ofTlce, from this boundary however, tho following described land sold to Jas. Westerfleld by deed dated Nov. C, 1879,and or record In deed book 2, page 135, Ohio County Clerk's oulce, and beginning at a Htono near a fallen white oak, a fallen nnd dead beach, N. W. corner of tho nbovo trnct; thence S. 12 W. 25 poles to a stone on tho Whltesvillo nnd Bells Run road; thence S. 77 E. 129 poles to a white oak nnd two small hickories In tho original lino; thenco with said lino N. 12 E. 25 poles to two large black oaks nnd sassafras, the N. E. corner of the orlslnnl tract; thence with n lino of said tract N. 77 W. 129 poles to the Containing 20 acres, beginning. more or less. So that tho land herein ordered sold constitutes the remainder of the tract herein above described acres, more or nnd contnlns 157 less. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and sufficient security Immediately nfter the sale, and a Hen shall be retained for further security. This May 10, 191G. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 46t3 Woodward, Crowe, Rlngo, Glenn & Slmmerman, Attorneys. 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 and order or sale or the Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the February term, 1916, ror the purpose of allotlng to Florenco Owen $500 homestead Interest and a division of the proceeds among the heirs and the payment or all costs herein, I will offer for sale by public auction, to the highest and best bidder, at the court house door In Hartford, Ky., on Mondny, the 5th day of June, 1910, about one o'clock p. m. upon a credit of 6 and 12 months, the following described property to-w- lt: popular and two beeches; thenco S. 78 E. 50 poles to a stake In Roach's line; thonco N. 12 E. 192 poles to a stake; thence N. 78 W. 130 poles to containing 177 V tho beginning, N. 29 E. 46 poles to a largo dead Glenmore Distilleries Co., OWENSBORO, KY. inc. J to-wl- i v SALE. cost of this sale, I will offer for sale nt public auction to the highest and best bidder, at the Court House door, Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. in Hartford, Ky., on Monday the 5th W. H. llurnes. Plaintiff. day of June, 1916, nt about the hour vs. Sale. Buncum Render and Myrtle Render, of ono o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following Dofendnnts. t: By virtue of a Judgment and order described property, Tho following described real esof sale or the Ohio Circuit Court, Hindered nt tho October term, 1015, tate in Ohio county Kentucky; lots in tho above cause, for the sum of numbered thirteen (13), fourteen 5100, with Interest at the rate of 0 (14), fifteen (15). sixteen (16), sevday enteen (17), and eighteen (18) in per cent per annum from the , is until paid, and block D; ten (10), eleven (11), and ot tho cost of tho above styled action, twelve (12) In block I; thirteen (13) together with tho cost of this sale fourteen (14), fifteen (15), and six(Samuel W. HInes having paid to W. teen (16) In block K; nine (9) in II. Barnes, tho plaintiff, the sum of block J; nineteen (19), twenty (20), (22), (21), twenty-tw- o 5100, nnd tho Interest on said sum twenty-on- o (23) and twenty-fou- r of money, and tho cost of tho abovo twenty-thre- e o styled action this sale Is made for (,24) In block Q; twenty-tw-twenty-fou- (22), r (23), and his use and benefit) I will offer for twenty-thre- e sale by public auction, to the highest (24) In block R; all ot said lots beand best blddor, nt the court house ing In the Sowder' addition to the door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, town of Beaver Dam, being tho same Juno 5, 1916, about tho hour of one property conveyed to the mortagor, o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six J. R. Sowders, by Samuel Sowders, nnd 12 months the following describ- by deed dated August, 3rd, 1905 and recorded In the olllce of the Clerk of ed property A certain houso and lot located In the Ohio County Court In Deed Book tho vlllugo of Hayti, Ohio County, 30, page 49G. Or a sufficiency thereKy., on the" north side or tho Hart- of to maker the sums of money orderford and Leitchlleld public road, and ed to be made. Tho purchaser will be required to' bounded on tho East by Sam HInes' property; on tho West by Mitchell execute bond with approved security Taylor's property; on the North by lmmeadlately after sale and a Hen Lydla Taylor, et al; on the South by will be retained as further security. This May, 16th. 1916. tho Hartford and Leitchlleld public OTTO C. MARTIN, road. Master Commissioner. Being same property conveyed to 46t3 Ernest Woodward, Attorney. Buncum Render nnd Myrtle Render by Sam HInes nnd wife, by deed . 1908; MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. day of dated or a sufllclency thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to ba Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. made. Mary Rendei, Plaintiff. Tho purchaser will bo required to vs. Sale. execute bond with approved security J. H. Napier and Mary Napier, DeImmediately after sale and a Hen will fendants. be retained as further security. By vlrture of a Judgment and order This May 16th, 1916. of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, OTTO C. MARTIN', rendered at the May term, 1916, in Master Commissioner. 4Ct3 tho above cause for the sum of 1 33. W. H. Barnes, Heavrin & Kirk. with interest at the rate of 6 per cent Attorneys. per annum from the 13th day of " March, 1914, until paitl, and the cost MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. of the above styled action and the cost of a former sale, and the cost of this sate, I will offer for sale by pubOhio Circuit Court, Kentucky. lic auction at the court house door In Christian Starnor et, al, Pitts. Hartford, Ky., on Monday, the 5th vs. Sale. Mary E. Suramey et, al, Defendants. day of June. 1916, about one o'clock By vlrturo of a Judgment and ordeo k. m., upon a credit of 6 months, the of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, following described property, rendered at tho February term, 1916, land lying in tho abovo styled action, for the A certnln lot or parcel of Ky., being purpose of a division and tho allot- near Echols, Ohio county, ment of dower Interest to tho de- tho same lot conveyed by J. F. Portfendant, Mary E. Bennett, I will offer er and wife to J. H. Napier and Mary for sale by public uiuctlon nt tho Napier on tho 28th'day of April 1913, Court houso door In Hartford, Ky., 4leed recorded In deed book 4G, page on Monday tho 5th day of June, 1916 11, Ohio County Court Clerk's office, between tho hours of 10 n. m. and 4 or a sufficiency thereof to produce p. m. upon u credit or six months tho tho sums of money ordered to be made. following described property Tho purchaser will he required to A lot or parcel or ground located on the waters or Green River In Ohio execute bond with approved security County, Ky.,- and bounded as follows: Immediately after sale. This 16th day of May. 1916. Beglnnlug at a stono corner to lot OTTO C. MARTIN, 1; thence with river N. 01 E. 19 V4 Master Commissioner. poles to a stono, corner to lot 3; 40t3 Heavrin & Kirk, Attorneys. thonce S. 53 V6 272 poles to n stono; W. 50 poles to a thence S. 31 stone, corner to lot 1; thonco N. 45 V4 MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. W. 280 poles to tho beginning, conOhio Circuit Court, Kentucky. taining about 5 If acres. The purchaser will bo required to Mary E. Greer, et al, Plffs. vs. Salo. execute bond with good and sufficient security, bearing Interest from dato B. F. Greer, et al, Defendants. per By vlrturo of a Judgment and order of sale at tho rato of 6 per cent annum, and a- Hen will be retained of sale directed to mo in tho abovo upon tho Bald tract of land as further styled cause entered at the February term, 1916, and corrected at the May security. term, 1916, of the Ohio Circuit Court This tho 16th day or May, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN. for the purpose of maintaining and rurnlshlng support to the plaintiff. Master Commissioner. 40t3 Mary E. Greer, and the paying or any Walker Wllklns, Attorney. debts against the estate ot Samuel W. and a division between the MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Greer, or the said Samuel W. Greer, heirs I will offer for sale at public auction Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Evansvlllo Browlug Association, Prff. to the highest and best bidder,at on a the credit of 6 and 12 mouths, vs. Salo. court house door lu Hartford, Ky., J. R. Sowders and Minnie E. Sow- on Monday, June 5, 1916, about the ders, Defendants. By vlrturo of a Judgment and order hour of one o'clock p. m. the followproperty t: Court, of salo of tho Ohio- Circuit1916, in ingA described tract of land lying and certnln rendered at the May term, pf Ky., on tho ?250 the abovo cause for the sum rate or being in Ohio county, waters of South Panther creek and interest thereon at the, with as rollows: 6 per cent por annum from March, bounded and described 1915, until paid; and tho furth-- r Beglnnlug at two beeches and white 23rd, Westerfleld's sum of ?250 with Interest thereon oak, corner to Geo. per at the rate of 6 per cent until annum tract thenco 11 W. 235 poles to two paid; beeches, small dogwood and sweet from Sept. 23rd, 1915, herein, Including the gum, corner to Wm. Nelson; thence for all costs MASTKK COMMISSIO.NT.H'S to-w- lt: to-w- lt: jo-w- lt: to-wl- A tract of land in Ohio county, at a stone Kentucky, beginning northeast corner to ZIon Church lot, and also corner to Jim Loyd's farm; poles to a E. 115 thenco N. 1 stone In the Hartford and Hawes-vlll- e public road and N. E. corner to Henry Lyons' farm; thence South 86 i E. with public road 80 poles to a stone; thence S. 44 E. 12 poles to E. 28 poles a stone; thenco S. S4 to a stone; thence S. 63 E. 22 poles to a white oak and an elm on the south side ot said road; thence S. 55 E. 102 poles to a stone In the west line or Gabe Kirk; thenco N. 88 W. with his line, S. 5 W. 39 poles to a stone S. W. corner to said Kirk; west with the line or thence N. SS H. S. Royal, Casuar Hartrord and Jesse Loyd 218 poles to the beginning acres, more or less, containing 106 and being a part or two tracts or land conveyed to Lewis and Jane Owen by John Haynes and wife, September 25, 1849, 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 County Court Clerk's office, and dated November 17, 1904. R. L. Owen obtained said land from Millard Owen, by deed dated February 23, 1911, and recorded In deed book 39, page 363, Ohio County Court Clerk's office. The purchaser will be required to executo bond with approved security Immediately after sale and a Hen will bp retained as further security. This May 16th, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 46t3 Heavrin & Kirk, and John B. Wilson, Attorneys. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. A. E. Pate. Assignee, Plaintiff. vs. Sale. A. L. Stevens, et al, Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. rendered at the February term, 1912, Notice to Creditors. , in the abovo cause, for the sum of $297.94, with interest at' the rate of Ohio Circuit Court. 6 per cent per annum, from the 1st Mldklff, Adrar., &c, Plaintiffs. day of January, 1912, until paid, H. A. Notice. vs. nnd all costs herein, I will offer for hale by public auction, to the highest Flora Ralph, &c, Defendants. and best bidder, nt tho court house All creditors o'f tho estate ot W. H. door, In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, Ward, deceased, are hereby notified June 5th, 1910, about tho hour ot to present their claims against said THE one o'clock p. m. upon a credit or 3 SEWING estate, properly proven, boforo mo on C months, tho rollowing describand MACHINE or boforo tho 20th day of Juno, 1916, ed property, Ono yearling mare (July 6, 1908) nt my offlco in Hartford, Ky., where OF named Peacock; one white spotted I will sit to receive and register such QUALITY. cow. 5 venrs old (July 6. 1908); one sorrel horse, 15 hnuds high, 4 years' claims and proof. OTTO C. MARTIN, old (January 1, 1908); one bay mare, 7 years old, (May 6, 1907); NOT Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit ono bay mare, 3 years old (February Court. 45t3 SOLD 6 14, 1912); one bay horse mule, UNDER years old (February 14, 1912); ono ANY Notice to Creditors. three year old horse (February 14, OTHER Court. Ohio Circuit 1911): one two year old horse (AuNAME. gust 19, 1907) or a sufficiency there-o- r E. L. Farmer, Admr., &c, Plaintiffs. to produce the sums ot money vs. Notice. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. ordered to be mado. Defendants. Tho purchaser will he required to Nancy Farmer, &c, iryou purchase tho NEW HOME you will or tho estate of Ellas All creditors execute bond with approved security havo a Wo asset at the price you pay, aud will Immediately ntter sale, and a Hen Farmer, deceased, are heroby notified not liave an endless chain of repairs. will bo retained as rurther security. to present their claims against said This May 16. 1916. estate, properly proven, boforo mo at Quality .OTTO C MARTIN, my office In Hartford, Ky., on or beMaster Commissioner. 46t3 Considered fore the- 20th day of June, 1916, IL P. Taylor, Attorney. it U the dally to receive and where I will sit MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. register such claims and proof. Cheapest OTTO C. MARTIN. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. b the end Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit J. Newman Hardin, et al, Plaintiffs. to-wl- of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court, cent Interest per annum thereon from March 1st, 1914, until paid, and for tho purposo of paying J. Newman i Hardin who holds a second lien, tlioi sum of $185, with Interest thorcon nt the rato or 6 per cent per annum ' from March 1st, 1912, until paid, i says Mrs. Sylvania Wood3, o! Clifton Mills, Ky., In and for the purposo of paying J. B. ' writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's niinmliprn wlm hnlils n third llpn. tho I tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use sum of $53.20, with Interest thereon Cardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I from March 1st, 1914, until paid, together with all the costs ot the above thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able styled law Bult and the cost or this to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles anln. ntfiif fnr snln hv nillilln of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon auction, to the highest and best bid gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, der, at tnc court house door in nan-for- d, as well as run a big water mill. Ky., on Mondny, tho 5th day of Titno. 1?Mfi. nt nhniit ttio liniir nf nno I wish every suffering woman would give o'clock p. m., upon a credit or 6 and 12 months, the following described t: property, A rnrtnln trnct nf Inml tn Ohln county, Ky., and bounded as rollows. Beginning at a sweet gum and dogwood and a stone on a branch in E. W. Lyons' line; thonco S. 77 W. poles to a stone by a sycamore 104 tree; thence (supposed to be) S. a trial. I still use Cardul when I feel a little bad, poles to a stone on the bank or 125 and it always does me good." flip rrpolf hv n HVpnmnrp frno? thonffi up said creek to MUHgan's line to E. Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, V. Lyons corner; thence with said tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanLyon's line following a branch to tho ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's lintrlnnlnir. rnnfnlnlne T.0 nrros. mnrn tonic You cannot make a mistake In trying Cardui or loss, and being same land conveyfor your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing ed by J. D. Haynes and wife to J. B. women for more than fifty years. Bruner on the 31st day of January, 1893, which deed is of record In the office of the clerk ot the Ohio County TM Court in deed book B, page 56, and conveyed to by J. W. Bruner and wife to O. C. Rice, by deed dated IW IMS IMS IMJ IK IMS MJ IMi IMJ MJ IWI IB! ItSI August 18, 1905, and recorded in deed look 30 page 457, Ohio County Court Clerk's office; and conveyed to J. B. Chambers by O. C. Rice and wlff liv rlpprl iliitpd June 10. 1910. recorded In deed book 38, page 303, JierKS omce; Ohio county court conveyed to J. Newman Hardin by .T. It. riinmhprs nnd wife, bv deed dated 12th day of February, 1912, and of record in deed uook 4J, page 35G Ohio County Court Clerk's omen? pnnvovpd to Derrv May and Al bert May by J. Newman Hardin and wife, by deed dated November s. 1913. of record in deed book 42, page 2SR Ohln County Court Clerk's offi ce, or a sufficiency thereof to produce the sums ot money oraerea to oe g full of life and action, filled with the made. X.Mi fire of fine inspiration and followed The purchaser will be required to I bv 250 short stories of adventure, execute bond with approved security immediately arter sale and a Hen will win mane bo retained as further security. This 16th day of May, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 46t3 Heavrin & Kirk, and J. P. Sander-fu- r, Attorneys. c in Notice. 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A loyal hut conservative, common- sensed Democrat said to the writer recently, "Right or wrong tho business Interests of tho country distrust the Democratic party, and for that reason times are always better under Republican administration." It Is difficult to comprehend the tremendlous Influence upon the movement of armies of tho recent American Invasion, the aeroplane. With tho enemy's nlr scout above them armies can no longer conceal their movements, and the surprise attack that has often decided the fate of empires is no longer possible. L. J. Hendricks, which deed Is of record In deed book 10, pago 107, Ohio County Clerk's Office, and same property conveyed to John B. Foster by C. M. Barnett nnd wife September 4, 1899, and which deed is of record In deed book 19, page 527, Ohio Co. Court Clerk's QfTlce. Tho interest levied on herein being tho same property Inherited by J. Ney Foster from his father, John B. Tho purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and sufficient security Immediately after tho sale. Given under my hand, this the 18th day of May, 1916. S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff Ohio County, Ky. COATS SUITS ! AND We want to clean up every Ladies' and Misf es' Spring Coat Suit Foster. and Coat in our stock, and have made the prices so low that this sale is practically assured. LATEST WAR NEWS strategically Important positions of and adjacent Douaumont Fort grounds Germany. The short crop of 1915 and the reduced Imports Into Germany have caused an acute scarcity, according to a Berlin France. Moro than 1,300 French, newspaper, but centralization of powofficers, sixteen er in a f00(j dictatorship will solve including thirty-on- e machine guns and eight cannon, were the problem, It Is claimed, ,, captured in a new German assault on the Verdun front, In the region of Thursdny Dead Man Hill, the Berlin War Office France. The Germans have Both Berlin and Paris occupied Fort Douaumont, while the report an aerial attack made upon French hold the Immediate approach Dunkirk by German aeroplane squad- - to that position. As though to even rons. The French statement says the score, the French recaptured that six persons were killed and from the Germans trenches on the thirty-fiv- e wounded at Dunkirk. In- - outskirts of Cumieres. The fighting at other around Douaumont is described as tensive aerial operations points also are reported by Paris, furious, with enormous losses result-Berli- n claims the destruction of five ing. Two new Bavarian divisions are enemy aeroplanes In the course of credited with effecting the recapture the day. One fell in the sea, two 0f the great fort, within the German lines and the others in their own territory. Eiiglniid. As an outgrowth of re-- , cent talk of peace, Sir Edward Grey Mevopotami. A force of Russian ms reiterated in the House of has joined the British forces nl0ns that the time Is not yet ripe fighting against the Turks on the for peace. It was the duty of dlplom-Tigri- s. How the Russians effected acy to maintain the solidarity of the this Important juncture is not known Entente Allies, he said, until a stage In London, and the story is being 0f the war had been reached where e awaited with great Interest. One of the prospect of maintaining an main objectives of the Russian during peace would be with the army in Asiatic Turkey Is achieved Allies. in pari uy me union. HEADS ODDLY STRUXG (By J, H. Thomas.) Kjit. An aeroplane attack on Sixteen Cairo was made Sunday. Germany's appointing a food Dic bombs were dropped and two persons tator sounds like a hunger cry for killed. peace. , t Tuesday Why doesn't tho President adver- Italj. Tho Italians have been drlven from their entire position on tlse for the whereabouts of Villa? Lavarone plateau. It Is stated that A western court confool the Italian defeat Is steadily becom- Georce ing more serious. The Austrian lines vlcted a man of libeling have been pushed forward rapidly, Washington but gave the sllmo additional positions of strat- - gers an excuse for rehashing all the eglc importance having been captur- - shortcomings of the, great general, ed. The AiiHtrians for their often- Seven states were added to dry slvo, according to Rome advices, have In men and territory last year and seven million been heavily beginning of tho ofc; gallons were nddeto. tho country's guns. Slnco-th- o Tensive, Vienna asserts, moro. than consumption of whiskey. 24,000 men have been taken prls- oners and 172 cannon have been cap- -' That was a mean thrust of by the Austrians. Fluko's about our fishing. It did full ' out by an unusual coincidence that France. Tho Paris oillclal state- - Mr. Sutton hnppened to bo Ashing ment says that tho French have pen- - somewhoro In these parts at about etrated Kort Douamont, northeast that time, but as to the Oreen River of Vordun, which tho Germans storm- - everybody hero knows that wo aro ed and captured February 25, and n total nbstnlner and have been now from which all attempts to drive them for several days, had been futile. The Germans still ' It the war In Europe were to hold the northern part of Fort Tho Gormans have also denly close and throw out of em- been forced from ground south of ployment a million or so American Hill 287 and west of Le Mort Homme, laborers In the munition plants It I would play havoc with tho Wilson Mexico. Tho Hying columns of the prosperity. Eighth and Fourteenth Cavalry, deWo don't know whether or not tho tailed to glvo chase to tho bandit raiders of Glenn Springs and Boqull-la- s, British King takes the Republican have returned to American soil, but if he does wo want to adviso him of it wero bettor to employ his soldiers Tho expedition mado prisoners four of tho bandits and left behind lu shooting Germans than Irishmen, two other desperately wounded. The Senator Harding, of Ohio, who as economic situation In Mexico Is rethe temporary chairman will sound ported to be extremely grave. tho key note speech at tho Chicago Wednesday convention is mentioned as tho most France. Northeast and northwest probable dark horso if one is to bo We spent a couple ot oft Verdun tho struggle is still lu ( nominated. progress, the French tenaciously, days with senator Harding on a holding the newly captured and special train in Eastern Kontucky semi-official ( Coin-cavalry en-thmon-several Mc-ture- d. Mondny Mexico. Reports received from the American base In Mexico yester- day said that thirteen members, of tho Seventh Cavalry had been fired upon by snipers near Temosachle. A band One trooper was wounded. of armed Mexicans Is said to be following the American forces In their advance northward and sniping at the rear guard. A report received night at Marathon was to the effect that a band of 800 "iaqul In- dlans Is menacing MaJ. Langhorne's command south of the border in the Big Bend districts. and that Col. Sib ley, who hadt83)nost reached the border, had turned back to the assistance of tho American force. Italy. The anniversary of Italy's entrance Into tho war was celebrated yesterday throughout that country wUh th(j greatest enthusiasm. Tho monument of King Victor Emmanuel was burled Under flowers. Thousands! of messages of loyalty were sent to the King. The British House of Commons has passed unanimously a vote of credit amounting to about $1.-la- st The total credlts ob- 500 000 000 tai&ed by Great Brltlan since the war Degan are tnug raised to about $11,- 910,000,000 England. We are Just Itching to read an old Land Salo for Drainage Taxes. time whole first page mystery murder By authority vested In me as big scandal In high life. trial or a sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I, Hang the war! or one of my deputies, will offer at The American people fool away a public sale, for drainage taxes duo sight of good money for whiskey, to- roe, interest and costs herein, at tho court house door in Hartford, Ohio bacco and medicine. county, Kentucky, on June 5, 1916, We know how to respect tho it being tho first Monday of said opinion of those who opposed the June, 1916, the following described property, to wit: road tax but we'll be hanged If we Mrs. J. W. Mercer, 11G acres, respect the reasons some of them can boundes as follows: Beginning at a gave for their opinions. stake In said Hartford and Goshen said Mr. Bryan recalls that Wilson was road 855 feet south of where against an adverse popular ditch crosses said road; thence south elected majority of 1,300,000, and sas the 40 W. 830 feet to a stake; thence V4 W. 255 feet to a stake, President's only chance to win this north 67 comer between said Mercer and C. fall is to appeal to tho strong peace sentiment In the Republican party. M. and E. T. Williams; thence with SG W. 2060feet to We think this( is the closest ap- their lines N. proach Bryan ever made In his whole their corner In said Carter's llne; thenco with said Cartel's line N. life to talking practical politics. 1960 feet to a gum; thence with said Carter's corner on Muddy Creek; 3 . 2550 feet to a scene of a mother's sorrow at tho thence N. 88 stake In said road; thence with said death bed of her son, a wife's broken beginning. heart throbs at a husband's bier and road to the Of which 76 acres is assessed In grave the orphan's tears at a father's the second class at $890.38, and 40 we are opposed to war. acres is,nssessed In the third class at To defend when all honorable av- $389.64. Total assessment $1,280.02. The amount of assessments, Interenues of escape are closed Is war. est and costs for the years 1914, Aggression is murder. 1915, and 1916 against nbovo desproperty being: 1914, $93.48; The Owensboro Messenger says the cribed 1915, $40.84; 1916, $227.83. Other atDaviess county conventions were tended by less than a hundred and costs, $11.00. Total $373.15 S. O. KEOWN, fifty Democrats as against twelve Sheriff Ohio County. hundred four years ago, and that about the same ratio attended throughout the State. Wilson enthusiasm seems to be at a rather low ebb. I Now Is An Opportune Time To Buy At Cut Prices! Only a few left, but every one any quality and material can be had. Prices of Coats, $2.95 up Prices of Suits, $7.95 up ; of the season's best styles, and E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. m w K. 3 xc n& "Vtftf The big vote In Nebraska Michigan and Pennsylvania primaries for the Peace crank, Henry Ford, for presl-- , dent has alarmed the politicians. ss $695 Roadster $675 . o. b. Toltda Our latest guess on the Republican presidential outlook is that the can- dldatc will come from west of tho Alleghenles. 'iJMt 1 Administrator's Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of W. H. Ward, deceased, will please present same to me at my residence one-ha- lf mllo from Beech Valley church, In Magan pre-- j clnct, Ohio cpunty, Kentucky, or to HartHeavrin & Kirk, Attorneys, ford, Ky., properly verified as rpqulr-e- d by law, within CO days hereafter. This May 10, 19 16. H. A. MIDRIFF, Admr. of the estate of W. H. Ward, 45t3p deceased ' SHERIFF'S SALE. J. H. Thomas, plaintiff. ( " - er Touring -- w The Most Popular Overland D There is already an enormous demand for this big four cylinder Overland. With certain improvements it is the same car of which 55,000 Overlandsfjwer sold last season for $750. The price is $55 less. Standardization of product and the purchase of raw materials at before - the - war prices, made this reduction in price possible. It will not be lower, for materials are rising in ! vs. J. Ney Foster, defendant. By virtue of the 'power vested In me by tho Commonwealth of Kentucky and by issuance from tho Ohio Circuit Court.'Kentucky, on May 18, 1916, of Veudl Exponas No. 817 In favor of tho aforesaid plaintiff, J. H. Thomas vs. aforesaid J. Ney Foster for tho sum of $493.75, together with 0 per cent thereon from tho 29th day of August, 1913, until paid and tho further sum of $30.75 costs; and tho cost of colection and cost of this Bale as well; I, or ouo of my deputies will on Monday, Juno 5th, 1916 at the court houso door in Hartford, Ky., at about the hour ot 1 o'clock p. m. offer for salo at public outcry to tho highest and best bidder upon a credit ot threo months a one halt undivided Interest, or so much thereof as will bo necessary to produce plaintiff's debt, Interest and all costs, the following described t: property, A certain lot or parcel of ground with tho Improvements thereon, situated in the town of Hartford, County of Ohio, and State of Kentucky, at the intersection of Washington and Clay streets, and being a part ot lot No. 61 as designated by tho recorded plot ot said town and bounded as follows; Beginning at the intersection of thestreets aforesaid; thenco running I and binding on Washington street 85 H ?eet to a stake, a corner of lot to-wl- E S Ay : ft price. So order your Overland now, to make sure of Demountable rims, with one extra h wheelbase Deep divan upholstery One man top; top cover 106-inc- getting it. Enbloc 35 horsepower motor Electric starting and lighting system Electric control buttons on steering column Four inch tires X UREV HffDEN, Mm - Agent xc R0CKP0RT, KENTUCKY. m x m V J