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Subscription $1 per Year No. 48 vol. x:s;viil DEATH ENDS LIFE HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1916. extension of tho road from Its Dakota and Mlnnosota homestead to tho Pacific ocean. Ho was confronted by threo great competitors to tho south, OF R. R. BUILDER each of which had received big bonuses as government aid, whereas tho "Manitoba" or tho Great Northern, as It came to bo known, did not have JAMES .1. IIIMi AMERICA'S OltKAT a dollar of government subsidy or an IMONEEK K. II. BUILDER acre of grant to forward Its progress CALLED. from tho Minnesota boundary to tho sea. In this light, Hill's plan was widely N. W. doomed pure folly, but he pressed It DEVELOPED GREAT to conclusion by building and populating as ho went. For several years he laid rails westward at the rate of Wm an llunililc Ijiltorcr In Early a mllo a day, and at a cost of $30,-00- 0 Pays, Hose to Position of Great a mile, and as ho went he left u Flnmirler. trail of embroyonlc farms by the rail-sid. e. c SPRING FEVER CAMP i COL. RAIDER IS DEAD MOSBY, FAMOUS SCOUT, PASSES AWAY IN NATIONAL CAPITAL. WAS INTREPID LEADER, Most Brilliant Exploit Was Capturo of Gen. Stoughton at Fairfax Courthouse. Washington, May 30. Col. John ' one of the .mos famous Confederate raiders of the-- Civil Waddled here today after a long illness He was a native of Virginia and was) ' 82 years old. Col. Mosby's death, his physicians said, was due solely to old age, and ho was conscious and interested In what was gplng on about him until an hour before he passed away. Until six months ago, when ho went Into a sudden decline, he was a S. Mosby, . Jarnes J. Hill, . Paul, railroad builder, capitalist and tho most widely known figure of tho northwest, died at his homo here at 9T80 this morning as tho result of InMr. fection duo to bowel trouble. H It was unconscious for nearly 12 hours before he died. Two physicians together with the Immediate members of tho Hill family were at his bedside. James J. Hill discovered "the breadbasket of tho world" in the Great Northwest; he led In its from a wilderness Into what now comprises six wealthy states dotted with 400,000 farms; and he blaed a trail for transportation which reached eventually from Buffalo to Asia, with a total mileage of rail and steamship facilities that would nearly glrdlo tho earth. That but roughly spans tho story of his achievement. Near Quelph, in Ontario, where James J. (eromo) Hill was born in 1838, the son of an farmer who died when the boy was 15, thoro stands a tree stump labeled t "The last tree chopped by James J. May 29. Irish-Canadi- With tho lino to Puget Sound once laid, he turned empire builder. He Introduced tho livestock Industry Inplains, to vast nreas of bunch-gras- s and developed them by Importing blooded stock; ho sent demonstration trains through tho country with men who showed tho people how to raise moro wheat to the acre; he made an outlet for the grain by establishing a cheap rate by rail and steamship to Buffalo where he built great elevators; In fact for upwards of 20 years he left nothing In his power undone to develop the country where he had staked out his claim as the great common carrier. he But at the Pacific tide-watwas not satisfied, for ho saw In' the Orient stHl further opportunities. He organized a fleet of Pacific steamships for the commercial Invasion of Japan and China. Japan at tho time wanted steel rails, but proposed getting them from England, as the rates were less. It Is related that when JohnW. Gates, tho steel magnate of Chicago, came to Hill with the proposition of getting American rails to Japan, the latter er familiar sight about the streets of the capital, apparently vigorous desplta his age. He will be burled at his ancestral home at Warrenton, Va., probably Thursday and some survivors of his noted command will be his pallbearers. His death on Memorial (Copyright) HURLES KNIFE AT COL. ROOSEVELT It marked tho lad's resolution, to go to tiie United States. He had been prompted by an odd incident. According to tho story that is told, a strange traveler had stopped at the Hill farm to take dinner, and left his horse at the gate. Young Hill saw the animal was tired and carried it a pall of water The stranger was pleased with tho lad's thoughtfulness, and as (Continued on Eighth Page.) he drove off ho tossed him n newspaper from tho United States, and called out gravely: "Go there, young man. That coun- INDIANA TO SEND DIG try needs youngsters of your spirit." It Hill read tho paper carefully. FAIRBNAKS DELEGATION contained glowing accounts of opportunities in the States. Ho resolved It was to investigate for himself. BUSINESS MEN ORGANIZING IX the Lest morning thnt ho chopped his AliMOST EVERY STATE FOR last tree. ROOSEVELT. As a mere roustabout lad of 18, he from Maine to Minnesota. toured When In 1856, ho disembarked from Chicago, May 30. Completion of n Mississippi river packet at St. Paul an organization of business men In that place was a frontier town of 5,000 inhabitants. At the sign of every State In the Union pledged to W. J. Bass and Co., agents for the use their lutluenco to Induce deleNational Dubuque and St. Paul Packet Com- gates to the Republican for Theodore steve- Convention to vote pany, ho found a Job as both Roosevelt as tho party's nominee for dore and clerk. In the fifteen years that followed President, was announced today by manager he seized every opportunity to study Herbert L. Satterlee, acting transpor- of tho Chicago Roosevolt headquartthe whole problem of river tation. Ho gathered no end of ex- ers. J. Ogden Armour Is head of tho perience and a llttlo capital with Roosevelt Business Men's Organizawhich ho launched his own firm of tion in Illinois. Tho organization of beHill, Griss and Co., which prompt- tho cntiro country by States was ly displayed Us Initiative by bring- gun In Now York eight days ago and ing tho first load of coal that had over is a purely volunteer movement, Mr. been seen In that section Into St. Paul Satterloo explained. It Is expected tho business men Two years later, with a llatbottomed steamer he established the first reg- will render effective aid In Illinois, ular communication with St. Paul Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, Wisconsin and and tho Manitoba ports of tho fer- other States which have "favorite son" candidates for President In tile Red River valley. delegates to support RooseAt about that tlmo St. Paul was experiment In rail- velt as a second cholco In tho convenhaving Its first Eighty miles had tion. road building. Managers of tho Hughes, Roosebeen laid to St. Cloud, 316 miles to Breckcnrldgo, both of which termin- volt, Fairbanks, Weeks and Root als wero at the southern end of the campaigns havo turned their attenRed River Valley, ended In that same tion to the contests over delegates This vonturo ran which will bo heard by tho RepubliIndefinite spot." beginning up a debt of $33,000,000 and collasp-e- d can National Committee only assets being "a few June 1. Thoro are forty contests Inwith Its 'sixty-tw- o deleBtreaks of rust and a right of way." volving tho seats of sufilclont success in gates. Hill had had The Marlon Club, of Indianapolis, the region to bo seized with a consuming desire to purchase tho de- one of Indiana's leading Republican Chicago funct property. Aftor five years of organizations, wllKconio to dickering, Including tho sale on a special train next Monday to financial of all his other Interests, which net- boom Fairbanks for President. There ted a fortune of $100,000, ho and a will bo 1,000 members In the party, Syndicate of threo others Sir Don- according to Ralph A. Lemcke and ald A. Smith, George Stephen, and Charles W. Jowett, who were hero for accommodations, Norton W, Kittson obtained the today aranglngThe organization wai for tho club. object oi mis usire. Tho St. Paul, Minnesota and Mani- Lformed In 1888 to boom Benjamin toba railway was formed tp operate Harrison for President at me National Convention hold the property, with Hill as general manager. When In 1883 Mr. Hill was In Chicago, and havo not attended a olecYod president he undertook the national gathering of the party since. an Hill." replied: "I will make you a rate of $S a ton THREE INCH BLADE STRIKES from Chicago or Pittsburg to YokoSECRETARY McGRATH WHO hama. If that Is too much, I will WAS WITH T. R. carry It for the axle grease used on the locomotives and freight cars; and If you can't stand that, I will carry PREPAREDNESS WARNING your freight for nothing." named, tho AmeriAt the $8 rate can manufacturer was enabled to sePoint out Country's Helplessness cure tho Japanese contract. Against Invasion By a Strong Tho same tactics were adopted In . " Foe. Kansas City, Mo., May. 30. Col. Theodore Roosevelt, came to Kansas City today and In several speeches sounded an appeal for preparedness, declaring vigorously for universal training based on unlvcrslal service. In his principal address at Convention Hall, he departed from his set speech to say a facetious word about Mexico. He carried Ms warning that there was a war peril In pacifism to all classes. His first message was to a group of children that littd gathered. to greet him. It was "preparo."' A few moments later he spoke to n street crowd from the'lobbybf his hotel. Ho told thenrto prepare. At noon, a guest of the Commercial Club at luncheon he sounded another appeal. Untotvurtl Incidents. "It has been said," ho declared, "that tho West 13 not Interested, because It would not suffer from tho war. I know that is a Ho. I would shrink as from a plague from an American who would say that he does not care what happens to another" American. Lofty words are poor companions If they cannot bo translated Into deeds." There wero several uiltoward Incidents during Mr. Roosevelt's visit. A pocket knife was thrown at Col. Roosevelt's motor car during tho Memorial day parade and It struck the arm of John W. McGrath, the former President's secretary, and fell to the running board of tho car. McGrath tonight said there was no force behind the kulfe, and ho believed somo one had'tossed It toward tho car as a Joke. Col. Roosevelt was told of tho Incident tonight, and afterward his secretary Issued this it up and handed it to a policeman. The officer, whoever he was, had not reported the incident .tonight, and the knife had not been recovered. Another Incident was the arrest In the lobby of the Hotel Muehlbach of a man who said his name was Edward McDanlel and hfs home at Tulsa, Okla. He declared' he 'had business wJtX.Col. Roosevelt and tried to force his why past the police. The police still were holding the man tonight, but no charges had been placed against him. Sees Danger of Attnck. Convention Hall was filled with a cheering crowd, each person waving a small Hag when the Colonel entered. A portion of the hall had been reserved for the men of tho Blue and tho men of the Gray, and It was principally to them that Col. Roosevelt directed his remarks. "We are told that we enjoy peace with Mexico," ho said, In speaking of the republic to the south. "Eighteen years ago we had a war with Spain. Tho number of Americans killed In Mexico during this peace with Mexico surpassed the number of Americans killed by Spam In the war with Spain, and when this war was through it was through, whereas peace continues to rage with unabated violence along the Mexican border. Coming to the question of an invasion of American shores by a foreign force, he declared that If an army half tho size of that which attacked the Dardanelles should Invade this country America would be at Its mercy. The former President declared that danthose who assert that there ger of the United States ever being attacked are either Ignorant or forgetful of the multitude of examples which show how international arlso. New Europe After Wnr. "After this war wo shall see a new Europe, energetically developing means of meeting now problems," said Col. Roosevelt. "If under these circumstances, wo ' tuke refugo In formulae dug out from tho past, instead of developing theso principles so far as to meet tho future, wo shall bo as foolish as If wo were to arm our soldiers with flint-locand send them against machine guns. "The time for flint-loc- k theories of is-ncon-filets troops at the Dardanelles, as illustrations of the speed and safety with which great masses of soldiers can. be moved from great distances.' The Colonel again urged the "second navy of the world" and a regular army of 250,000 men with a proper reserve. A system of universal training for universal service would be one, of the biggest things ever done in this country to preserve our democratic institutions in spirit and in fact, the Col. declared. He again urged industrial preparedness. BROTHER OF EMBASSADOR DIES UPON BATTLEFIELD London, May 31 (2:52 a. m.). Lieut. Gerald Spring-Ricthe younger brother of the British Ambassador to the United States, Sir Cecil Arthur Sprlng-Rlchas been killed In action. He was 52 years of age. e, e, OHIO COUNTY YOUTH KILLED DY MULE HENRY WITHROW IS KICKED OX MONDAY EVENING, DIES AT THREE A. M. WED. Henry Wltkrow, age 15 son of Henry Wlthrow deceased, who resided r, Mr. Sam Btlbro with his of near Matanzas this county, while unhitching a mule late last Monday ovcnlng was kicked In tho stomach from the effects of which he died at about three o'clock Wednesday morning. Burial took place on "Wednesday afternoon. step-fathe- REPRESENTATIVE LANGLEY FAVORS HUGHES AT CHICAGO Washington, tative John Muy 31. RepresenW. Langley, delegate to statesmanship statement: "Col. Roosevelt regards the matter as an entirely trivial Incident and feels that no weight should be attached to It." llludo Three Inches Long. Tho secretary was riding In tho trout seat of the motor car. Suddenly a knife with one blade measuring about three inches, struck his arm a glancing blow. The knife slipped to the ground, where Ernest Shell, a member of tho American Legion, escorting the former President, plckod nation to "beware of the false prophets'' professional pacifists, who, he declared, ' do not serve high (dales. Two years ago these "false prophets" said there would never be another war, the Colonel said, adding, "Let us not bo misled again." Even should peace come in Europe he declared, It ought not to affect American preparedness. Urges Second Navy. . Pointing out that the Canal Zone, Alaska and various. Islands must be defended, Col. Roosevelt called attention to the transportalon of Russian troops from Eastern Siberia to France and of the concentration of allied ta past." Col. Roosevelt urgod tho tho HepubllcanjNatlonal Convention, Ho will leavo today for Plkevllle. and Mrs. Langley will go from there to Louisville, where they will Join tho party of Kentucky Republicans that will leave Sunday for Chicago. "It lookB like Hughes to me," said "My notion Is that Mr. Lnngloy. Kentucky Republicans will support him as tho presidential nominee after tho dolegatcs compliment Mr. Fair- banks." M'CHACKBN TO VOTE ON $100,000 ROAD BONDS Paducah, Ky., May 28. Petitions requesting the County Judge to call an election to vote on $400,000 worth of bonds for county roads are being circulated! As soon as the required number of signatures are secured tho petitions will be filed with the County Judge. Tho vote will be taken at tho regular election In November. If the bonds are ordered by the voters the money will be expended The roads under a commission. would be constructed under State aid. day was affecting to many. It was said that he never took part In veterans' reunions because twenty-tw- o years ago, when he attended one of his command at Alexandria. Va!. he was so overcome with emotion ha ' was unable to speak. Some sisters, a son4 and daughter survive him. Col. Mosby, dajed death over fifty years ago when at the head of a band . of a few hundred Confederate raiders he rode up and.4own.the ShenandoahValley, capturing outposts(,destroylngr- ,v supply trains, and cuttting off means of communication. It has been estimated that he often neutralized the force of over 15,000 Federals in the valley. Born In Powahtan county, Va., December 6, 1S33, and graduated from the University of Virginia In 1852, he was practicing law In Bristol, Va., when the war broke out and he began his carreer in the Confederate army. He proved his daring-wlt- h ;uch effect that he became a scout for Gen. J. E, B. Stuart and led the celebrated raid around McClellan's army on the Chlckahomlny. In Richmond a year later ho recruited an independent cavalry troop which became famous as Mosby's Partisan Rangers. They became night riders and the terror Of the Federal troops. Mosby's most brilliant exploit was tho capture of Gen. Stoughton. On a March night in 1863 he, with thirty followers rode through tho Federal army to Fairfax Courthouse, only fifteen miles from Washington, wherd Gen. Stoughton was asleep. Although surrounded by an army said to have been 17,000 strong, the Rangers calmly kidnapped the General, his staff and many sentries, and turned them over to the Confederate authori ties at Culpeper without having lost a man. Gen. Grant once later saved Mosby from hanging, and two foe'svbf tho battlefield became stanch friends. Mosby stumped the State of Virginia for Grant during his presidential campaign, and was rewarded with an ' appointment as Consul at Hongkong, a post which ho held for seven years. When ho returned to tho United States Mosby called on tho surviving members of his Rangers and, to his astonishment, ho found that a large percentage of them had become ministers. In parting thejr old Colonel said: "Well, boys, if you fight tho devil like you fought the Yankees thero will bo something to record oa Judgment day." Ho next becamo special land agent for the Government In Colorado, and from 1904 to 1910 he was an attorney In tho Department of Justice. The closing years of his life were spent in lecturing and authorship. His home lay across tho Potomac, at Warrenton, Va., but he was often seen in Washington, his white hair and strong Roman features making him a picturesque flguro on tho streets or lecture platform. He had written "Mosby's War Remlnlsences," "The Dawn of tho Real South," and He "Stuart's Cavalry Campaign." was also known as a Greek scholar. "My military creed," he once declared, "Is this: It Is better to mak a good run than a bad stand." - ,, "1 "jK"v H1LLES ON SCENE OF G. AKKIVKS . UIIADV 0. P. X SHOW i . I m CHICAGO TO CRT TIIU BIG .JUNK Til 13 7TII. 12,400 TICKETS "" ISSUED . Chlrjino Iocl Coiiniiltlco Charters ' . .Steamer Theodore Roosevelt , For Delegates Chicago, May 2G. Charles D. Utiles, chairman of the Republican National Committee, arrived In Chicago today and will Temaln until niter the National Convention of the party The 12,400 tickets for the convention were received from the printer by Secretary James B. Reynolds dur Ing the day and plans were' made for their distribution. The tickets will be counted, checked and put up Into bundles and then placed In a safety-deDOs- lt vault. Thursday, June 1, the 2,210 tickets set aside as Chicago's share of the convention city will be turned over to Fred W. Upham, chair man of the local Committee on Arrangements, who will distribute them among the persons who subscribed he $100,000 fund raised to bring the convention to Chicago. Sunday Juno 4, Secretary Reynolds will deliver the delegate and alternate tickets and badges to the different national committeemen for distribution. The press tickets wll be distributed Monday, June 5. William A. Venerable, principal of Institute and secrethe Lincoln-Le- e tary of the Civic League, composed of 2,000 negroes, has prepared the following resolution which they will ask the Republican National Convention to insert In Its platform: "Resolved, that we, the representatives of the party of Lincoln, Grant Sumner and McKinley, pledge our sincere efforts to be speedy elimination, by special Federal enactment of any legislative act Inimical to the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to remain in the service. Ou his to Dresden the captain's beau tiful wife was received with open arms by society and presented and honored at cijurt. TheVi the war brokeouU The captufa army and went to tain tho frfnt. He fought in the east and west and earned the Iron crosses of the second and first classes find the Saxon gold medal for bravery. During tho first year of the war ho exchanged letters with his wife every week. Last fall, tho letters ho re poIvpcI from home became scarce. His ...ifn xniv nont n fnw cold lines three , nut. v... ... or four weeks and In February sho stonned writing altogether. Tormented by Jealousy and dark suspicions tho captain Anally asked for a furlough of a few days and hastWhen ho arrived In ened home. Dresden ho found the villa In charge of a single servant, who Informed him that his wife had eloped after selling everything that she could turn Into money. The captain theri shot hlm-selfro-tu- rn N SUBMARINE CAPTRIN HAS NO EASY TIME LIFE UNDER TUP. . WAVES IIAItl) FOR THE CHEW IN TIME1 OF WAR. Like Brer Rabbit, submarines find say it necessary to "llo low an During these "ly nufTin,' nt times. boat Dcrlods an under-se- a sleeps the sleep of those who wear tho crown. Peril Is her bedfellow, Inc-low sing us a song first," suggested tho "sub." "Very well, tell him," and tho "C. O." nodded toward tho skipper. "Muster your hands and sing us the 'Hymri'oHatQ' and then we'll let you go," said the "sub" to tho skipper, who ga&ped with Burprlso at Iiearlhg this unexpected request. "Wouldn't something else do? Wo , know lots of songs we'd rather sing for you than tho "Hymn of Hate.' Wo don't hato you," ho remarked naively. "Oh, no," replied tho "sub," who was enjoying tho fun of the thing, "wo must have tho 'Hymn of Hate.' Wo've heard so much about It that we want to know what it sounds Children Cry for Fletcher's TfTSYTtTO Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always Bonght, nntt which hns heen in uso fur over SO years, hns borne tho signaturo of nnd lifts uccn nuuio tumor ins per sonnl supervision since its infancy. ityyi czcc&tf Allow no ono to deceive you In this,. nro but All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Experiments that trifle with nnd endanger tho health of Infants nnd Children Expcrlcnco against Hxpcrhnent. Just-ns-good" and mischance X-0- like." Finding nothing else would do tho In. 0 discovered .this wheu she skipper lined up his crew by tho started for tho surface to look bridge nnd they solemnly sang tho around for an opportunity of doing "Hymn of Hato" to their vastly Soon after they were amused audience. So delighted were business. "Switched on" her motors began to tho British tars that they Insisted run badly and a scries of uncom- upon an encore, which the Germans fortable Jerks gave tho craft a gavo and then thoy wero sent off Is ever ready to creep June 7. i. to the Federal Constitution." .i Chicago, May 23. Arrangements were made by the local Committee on Arrangements for the Progressive National Convention today to charter the steamer Theodore Roosevelt and convert it into a floating hotel for the accommodation of delegates and al- ternates. The steamer is to be anchored In Lake Michigan at the foot of Congress Street and will cruise between 2 a. m. and 8 a. m. accommodate gates. The Auditorium Theater will be tastefully decorated for the convention. Red, white and blue streamers will be draped about the boxes, the organ will be concealed by standards of American flags. A blue backwill ground with flag decorations ornament the stages. Arrangements wero made today for the seating of In the 300 working newspapermen press section. Tho boat will several hundred dele- "Jumpy" motion. "Something around tho propcllors, think, sir," reported an artificer. Clear Skin Comes From Within. "Bad luck," exclaimed the comIt is foolish to think you can gain try her "We'll a good clear complexion by the use manding officer. of face powder. Get at tho root of again." And they did. Backward and forthe trouble and thoroughly cleanse In a fruitless enthe system with a treatment of Dr. ward surged 0 Kliig's New Life Pills. Gentle and deavor to free herself from the obmild In action, do not grlpo, yet they struction. The troublo grew worse, relieve the liver by their nctlon on not better. "No help for it. We must go up the bowels. Good for young, adults and aged. Go after a clear complex-Io- n and have a look," reluctantly decided 1 today. 25c at your druggist. the "V. O." Now, going up In such circumwas like taking a blind stance POLICY HOLDERS plunge Into danger. One could not tell what might come along, and. a -TO BE SUED submarine awash with her screw ARE "seized up" counts among the most helpless things afloat. However, the 0 be taken, and ATTEMPT TO FORCE THEM TO risk "had to presently heaved her long gray back PAY HEATH CLAIMS AGAINST out of the water, like a huge crippled OLD COMPANY. fish, and lay upon the surface Inert. "Fouled a mine, sir" came from the men who had gone aft to inLouisville, K.y., May 29. A stren- vestigate.. It Ugly news this. uous legal fight to determine whether brought a shade of anxiety to the the policyholders In the old Equity "Co. Cv's" face. The mine must be Life Insurance company, a Kentucky cleared, or It would make an end corporation, which went into the to the boat. But the Job was a tricky hands of a receiver about two years one. There was Imminent risk of the ago, may be compelled to make good mine exploding while being cut away, losses in death claims amounting to and that meant the funeral of 0 about $101,000, seems inevitable and every one in her. Very deftly from the preparations now being and cautiously the bluejackets went made In this city and In Frankfort by to work, and at last had the relief opposing slde3 In a controversy of of seeing the hawser part and 'the great Interest to insurance people. Still, mine go harmlessly away. The story of the present trouble Is troubles were not at an end. One found In a letter written by J W. stretch of wire had become so tightly Jeffers, receiver for the Equity Life wound round the propeller that It Insurance company, with headquart- could not be cleared, and the boat ers in Frankfortlo all tho policyholdwas consequently unable to steam. ers, advising them that under a cerWhat to do In this awkward pretain clause In the policies Issued by dicament was the question. Looking the corporation before It failed, he around him, the "C. O." espied a has the right to levy an assessment trawler in the distance, and he of ten per cent against the policies In promptly decided his course of acorder to ralso a fund large enough tion. to pay off the death claims. Get out the boat and fetch that oi una leuer uirew puui?- - chap and wo'll make him give us a X-0X-0X-0- with a cheer. Rowel Complaint In India. In a lecture at one of tho Des Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary from India told of going Into the Interior of India, where he was taken sick, that he had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlrrhoea Remedy with him nnd believed that It saved his life. This remedy Is used successfully In India both as a preYou ventive and cure for cholera. may know from this that It can be depended upon for the milder forms of bowel complaint that occur in this country. Obtainable everywhere, m PareCnstoria Is goric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Xnrcotlo substance. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms Tor more than thirty years it nnd allays Fcvori.hncss lias been in constant u a for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Coll , nil Teething Troubles nml Plarrlnea. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Iiotvcls, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. CASTOR I A What is substitute) for Castor Oil, n harmless GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TH TAKES GIRL AS WIFE, DOES KIDNAPPER LOVER CMTUH COMPANY. NWW YORK CITV. I MARRIES ABDUCTED GIRL AFTER HAVING BEEN ARRESTED, PLACED UNDER BOND. Starck Pianos No Money in Advance a tion GuaLoweatNet The Impatient, Impetuous and Impassioned courtship of Chrlstofale Evola, 323 South Preston Street, who startled Louisville Wednesday by his sensational abduction of Mls3 Lena yesterday Passantino, culminated when the lovers were married by the Rev. George W. Schuhmann, Clay and Solinfno ranteed ciiaMa3BBfiEsS9JlI M Fact Prices Terms EiiI.jI A Saving ot SlOO to Walnut streets. Evola, who was arrested on a charge of detaining a woman, following his sensational exploit, was released from jail at 11 o'clock yesterday morning under bond of $1.-00- P. 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WIFE TOO ILL to mm - HKTUKMVG SOliDIIHS'S WIFK KT.OPES, SUICIDES Dresden, May 29. A sensational tragedy has caused groat exclto-moIn the aristocratic and fashionable circles of the Saxon capital. Capt. Kurt Von Ilerdor, former August, of King Fredorlck returned to his homo from tho western front on a short furlough. Two hours later ho was found dead with a bullet In his bruin. Tho captain was a great grandson of the famous Gorman poet, Gottfried Herder, and possessed largo moans. Sovoral years ago whllo In Berlin, he made the acquaintance of Miss A'afran a, school rider who appeared In a circus under tho name of Adrlenno vbn Ho foil In lovo with tho Holsteln. dashing beauty and became accepted suitor. Shortly afterward he was appointed adjutant to tho King of Sax-ount nt Her Health Restored by Lydia E. rinkham s Vegetable Compound. Tndinnnnnlis. Indiana. "MV health was so poor and my constitution so run illl tll2& HII - uown TtTAdl tnui l coma "i flfOtl bod pounds and was in most of tho time. I began taking Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's weighed but thin, pale and weak, 109 . y. In the' fall of 1912 he obtained a long leave of absence and went to Cairo, where ho married tho clrcu3 rider. When tho olllcer Informed tho king of his "mesalliance" and asked forhis giveness tho ruler sanctioned marriage by telegraph and asked him Mass. pounds. I do nil the house work and washing for' eleven and I can truthfully say Lydia u. nnicnanvs vegetable Compound ha3 been a godsend to me for I would have been In my gravo I would tell all wotoday but for men suffering as was to try your valuWm. Green, 332 able remedy."-M- rs. S. Addison Street, Indlanapolls.Indiana. There la hardly a neighborhood in this country, wherein some woman has not found health by using this good root and herb remedy. If there is anything about which you would like special advice, writo to tha Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, weighed 133 r,Ji f z- m " km -' Voce Compound and five tab lo montns later i it ed The bond was signed by Gasper Llntlnl. His release followed conferences with friends of Miss Passantino, or Tlno, as she Is better known, who, It appears, was not averse to being kidnapped, after all. Immediately after his release, Evola went to the Courthouse and tow- - sa'd heIt0,h,sM obtatned a marriage license. He was accompanied by John Passantino 012 In a few ""le Berthon was making for the East Market Street a brother of the trawler. This was taking another girl, and his bondsman. rlsk.becauso in these days trawlers "Tlno" Abbreviation. are not always the Innocent craft Tho application for license developthey seem. And this particular one ed the fact that Tlno Is an abbreviamight be as Inoffensive as sho ap- tion of Passantino. peared outwardly or she might not. From friends of both families, It All this was in the minds of the Is learned that Evola's attentions "sub" and his men as they pulled were not unwelcome to Miss Passan--tln- o toward the ship and In the minds of at any time. The breaking of as well. But the the engagement about a year ago, tt those left In 0 I is chance had to be taken, said, was caused by objections of However, luck was with those who members of her family, instead of a The change In the young woman's sentiventured, as It so often Is. trawler proved to be only a harmless ments. Louisville Herald. fishing craft and German at that. being desirous of So far from destroying anything her only thought I was for her own safety.and she tried But the to insure this by flight. For Infants and Children "sub" and his boat's crow were too Years very soon In Use For Over quick for her and they heading for to which Always bears had her the a hawser was run and tho "tow" Signature of begun. You aro not to suppose all this oc Wlso Father. curred as simply as It is narrated. Tho wlfo of an Arab went to her Just picture tho feelings of'a German to convert father with tho complaint that her skipper obliged wllly-nlll- y his ship into a tug and take one of husband had boxed her ears. Tho tho hated English hubmarlnos back wlso old fihoik reflected for a fow to tho safety of Its own harbors. Of moments, then did to her as her husnil salvage Jobs this was tho last ho band had done. "Now, thou aro would have undertaken willingly. avenged," ho said. "Thy husband Bolnc n wlso mnn, however, he ac has boxed the ears of my daughter cepted the inevitable and tried no and I have boxed the ears of his tricks, whllo in their tolorent British wife." q 's crow ugreed that tho fashion trawler's men were "not bad chaps," OWKNSBOHO DISTRICT CONFERENCE NOTES and established fairly amicable rela tions with them. After tho "tow" The Owenboro district conference, had been In progress somo fow hours a British destroyer hovo In sight and M. E. Church, South, met at Lewis-po- rt last week, with nil members flew up to Investigate. "Hullo, old chap, what's, up with present, oxcopt Rov. McAfee,, who was unable to attend, on account of you?" quoth her Captain to 's coraandlng olllcer, who forthwith Illness of his father. The following list of delegates were told him the whole story. "Well, I'll pick you up now," said chosen to attend tho Louisville conthe Captain. "What about them?" ference, which convenes at Franklin, Ky Sept. 1st, 1916: Judge John B. Indicating the Germans. "They've behaved qulto decently,' Wilson, Hartford, Alex Hill, Owens-bqr- o, B. H. Lott, Lewtsport and G. and I'm Inclined to let 'them go," reW. Johnson of Greenville. The alterplied the "C. O." Tho matter was debasted.and finally nates were Ed Lamar and W. C. It was decided that as a reward for Martin. E, M, Kellor, S. H. 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Assess- Mexican cattle nnd ran them over to Fop an alleged failure to use the land fulo for Drainage Taxes. ment of banks at 100 per cent on American side. word 'Incorporated" in advertiseBy authority vested In me as their capital stock and SOper cent of Attorney ments) Commonwealth's "Another stronghold of the rustSmith' Into Thursday afternoon filed sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I, the surplus and undivided profits will lers was about 25 miles west In the petitions In circuit court against ten or one pt my deputies, will offer nt stand, State Auditor Greene told a Chlracua mountains, not far below public sale, for drainage taxes duo delegation of bankers who appeared the Dos Cabessas, and on one occorporalons doing business In county, seeking me, interest and costs herein, at the before the State Board of Valuation casion they took me with them across and Daviess to recover n Hat Judgment of $500, or court hduse door in Hartford, Ohio nnd Assessment today, urging a re- the San Simon Valley nnd through a ' nn aggregate sum of $G,000. These county, Kenucky, on June G, 191(5, duction to SO per cent on their cap- wild pass called Cave Creek, at the It being the first Monday of said ital ctock, where It stood before. suits are filed under a special statuto head of which was a wonderful cave Greene said his whole filled with dolomites and stalctttles. Auditor which rciulres all corporations ad- - June, 1910 the following described effort was made to ascertain the true It was an Ideal hiding place for a vertlslng In n dally newspaper of gen- property, to wit: W. H. Williams, 115 acres bounded value of the property and the board band of desperate men, with a secret use tho term "Ineral circulation to corporated," nfter the stylo of tho as follows: Beginning at a stake, has no authority to nttempt to equal- oxlt known only to a few on tho corner between Fanny B. Barnes and ize bank property with any other other sldo of the mountain. This band corpofalon Is named. It Is alleged In the. petitions that O. A. Barnes; thence X. Sl4 feet to kind. had about 30 members, some posing W. 307 feet May Affect Railway Cases. the following corporations failed to a stake; tlicnce N. as ranchers or as government terriThe bankers contended that 80 per torial officials. comply with the terms of the statuto to a stake; thence N. 77 W. 600 feet 840 cent of capital, surplus and undivided "Eventually Curley BUI and his as Indicated and a recovery of $500 to a stake; thence S. 64 Vi W. feet to a stake in tho Hartford and profits, as shown by their books, ac- immediate-follower- s is asked against each: Owcnsboro died as they had Wnrnn rnmiiftnv. Mullnn ami Hnvnes Goshen road nnd In a lino of Mm. tually represents all tho value, and wished, with their boots on, and some w- - Morcer5 thencc wlth "jid the statement of Auditor Greene Hint of them did have dandy ones when company, Glcnmore Distilleries comp-- j any, Qwensboro Paint and Glass com nnd said line X. 55 feet to a stake In the board Is assessing at what he con- in full dress calfskin and patent E. 1970 siders 100 per cent of the actual pany, Owcnsboro Motor Car company, said road; thenco X. 65 with high French heels. Some F. I value may bo used by the State In the leather, The T. J. Turley company, tho May- - feet to a stake In tho line of J. of the members of this band occupied said lino railroad franchise tax cases in the hew Milling company, Wcstcrneld Collins heirs; thence with good positions, but for one reason or v,.,i..,r nnmnnnv. ti.o An. Mntnr to the beginning, containing in 11G Federal Court here. another had sought to obliterate tho tho Judge Cochran is scaling down the past by Joining Curley Bill's band. Car Company and tho Central Motors jocreB. more or less. Assessed rnn,li;,v Tho rnana nro Rnf fnp trinl ArSt ClBSS at $1,5GS.30. franchise assessments to 60 per cent, ....... ...- - . "I saw the life literally scared out InThe amount of assessments, stated that the Board of Valuation of a man onco while I was in camp. nt thu September term. years 1914, and Assessment frankly had equalized Attorneys for a number of the firms terest, and costs for the In one of the customary rows when 1915 nnd 1916 against above describ- the banks nt SO per cent; but both pistol sued by Mr. Smith expressed themshos were flying wildly a man being: 1914, $114.53; the banks and the board, for tho first selves as being satisfied thnt the of ed property crept behind a big log in the direct Other time, are assorting that it is not an fences named by Mr. Smith were not 1915. $62.S6; 1910, $273.95. line of fire. The log was hit several suffloMt for him to Becure the Judg- costs, $10.48. Total nmount $451.82. nrbitrary attempt to equalize, but to times and bullets scratched the man S. O. KEOWX, ascertain the correct value for taxa- behind. After the little unpleasantments asked. In case the fines were Sheriff Ohio County. tion without reference to the per- ness was over his dead body was assessed the commonwealth's attor: : f centage at which other kinds of found with rfo sign of a fatal wound; ney would get half of tho amounts. property are assessed. Xotice. Owcnsboro Inquirer. ho had died from heart failure caused Xcw Point of View. i m Petition for change In Owensb'oro from fright. The bankers presented a new point and Leitchfleld road. "Among Curley Bill's efficient asThis? How's Xotlco is hereby given that we, the of view today, when It was stated that "Jdhnny-Over-thwere oiler One Hundred Dollars undersigned citizens of Ohio County, the value of railroads probably will sistants Ws Fence," "Cactus Bill," "San Simon Reward for any case of Catarrh Kentucky, and residents of said coun- be ascertained by capitalizing their ownthat cannot bo cured by Hall's ty and stnte, will on the 5th day of incomes at 7 per cent. The banks Jack" nad tho kid whose father San ed the Clenaga water in the Catarrh Cure. June, 1916, at thq courthouse iln make nn overage of 9 per cent earn- Simon Valley. His adobe was reF. J. ClIENET & CO.. Toledo, O. V?e, the undersigned. hve known F. J. Hartford, Ky.'. It being the first day ings on their aggregate capital stock puted to be the rendezvous of the Cheney for the last 15 years, and beUeve of the regular June' term of the Ohio of $37,000,000; but when the earnhim perfectly honorable In all business Mexican outlaws who were In cahoots transactions and financially able to carry County Court, file a petition in said ings are applied to the surplus and When with Curley Bill's band. out any obligation! made by his firm. court and move the Judge thereof to undivided profits of $22,000,000 as pressed by the Arizona and New MexNATIONAL. BANK OP COITMEHCE. Toledo. O. establish n public road, as follows: amount to only a little well, they Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, ico authorities they Jumped over the actinic directly upon the blood and muBeginning at a stake In the Owena-bor- o more than 4 per cent of the whole. system. Testimonials line Into old Mexico, nnd when presscous surfaces of the 250 Courier Journal. nnd Leitchfleld rond about sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold ed by tho Mexicans they Jumped back by all Druggists. I. C. R, R. trestle, Tike HilFs FmllT nils for comtlpatloa. yijrds west of tho Into the Stein Pass holdout or Cave 11ml to Have a Cold Hang On. S. Dunn; near the residence of E. Creek stronghold. Don't let your cold hang on, rack 'thence in an easterly direction IjiikI Sale for Drainage Tuvtf. As a rule they were cowardly felbecome chronic O. H. Kirk about your system and ihrough the land of In me as' By authority vested lows when alone, but brave when will 250 yards; thenco in a southeasterly when Dr. Bell's , One were dudes. sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky;-!direction through the lands of O. H. help you. It heals the inflammation, bunched. Some or one of my deputies, will offer at Kirk 'arid It. S. Lanh'nm alongtho soothes the cough and loosens the was hanged,, not for anything that he prove publlo sale, f6r drainage taxes duo right of way of t,ho I. C. R. R. about phlegm. You breatho easier at once. had done, but for trying to was mo, interest nnd costs' hcrpln, at tho ' aud Dr. Bell's that he was a bad man. He Is a laxa ynrds tb the Fordsvillo court house door In Hartford, Ohio 275 Station road at or near tive Tar Syrup, the pine tar balsam known ns Russian Bill. With others 5, 1910, Washington county, Kentucky, onjJune town of Shakeswhere said roatl crosses the 1. C.R. R. heals tho raw spots, loosens the mu- he used to paint the it being the first Monday of said testimony whereof witness our cous nnd prevents irritation of the peare red, spend money freely with In June, 1916, the following' described signatures, this the 22 dny of May, bronchial tubes. Just get a bottle Mexican girls, in gambling and In the property, to wit: today, saloons, especially Roxey's. Russian ,of Dr. Bell's 1910. Mrs. J. W. Mercer, 116 acres, you. At drug Bill was six feet tall, well proportionB. J. PAYNE, its guaranteed to help boundjs ns follows: Beginning at a 1 ed, his Jet black hair falling over his gists. J. T. ESKR1DGE, and Goshen stake jn said Hartford shoulders, his buckskins having $5 ms ' El F. RICE. road 855 feet 'south of where said gold pieces as buttons and his somDh. L. L. DENTON, Mexico in tho Early Eighties. ditch crosses said road; thence south on the brero covered with silver work. He An American who lived W. J. GREER, ' 40 wl 830 feet to a stake; thence Mexican border in the early '80s says always carried two sliver mounted J. P, CHEEK, V. 255 feet to a stake, north 67 (that Hachtta and Shakespeare were slxshooters, was well supplied with If. S. .ROYAL, i corner between said Mercer arid C. O. H. KIRK, the lively camps In those days. To money, which no one knew where he M. and E. T. Williams; thence with ap- ' get Into the United States involved a got it, for he never prospected or sold And many others whoso names their lines X. 80 W. 2000 feet to pear on tho petition. 47t2 stage Journey by way of Snnta, N. anything or stole. He would disapsaid Carter's line; their corner in M., or Tucson, Ariz., nnd through a pear for weeks at a time, and boasted 0 thenif with said Carter's lino N. men, inquired dnugerous country frequented by Ap- of being one of Curley Bill's "Will I recover, Doqtor?" 1960 feot to n gum; thence with said dropping hints of terrible deeds that been run aches. Carter's corner on Muddy .Creek; the pedestrian who had I "When I nrrlved there Shakespeare he had done nnd. men that he had 88 'l-- 3 E. 2GG0 feet to a over. thencd X. Tho bettor element of the cow killed. "Surest thing you know!" replied was the rendezvous of rustlers, out- town determined upon a vigilance stnko in said road; thence with said fcjlaw punchers, miners and Mexican the ambulance surgeon. "The road, to the beginning. laws. Tho principal saloon of the committee, and on the night when 76 acres is assessed in who owns tho auto is a millionaire." Sandy King, a horso thief, came to kid thoy town with a were arrested and taken over to Smytho's corral, Russian Bill being Judge gathered in on tho way. STICKY! J Lynch, assisted by Judge Graves, decided that Sandy had lived long enough, and after he had been permitted a farewell drink and a cigarette he was swung from a cross beam. "Russian BUI fell on his knees, protesting that he was innocent of any crime, had been only a braggart, that he was a Russian nobleman and had fled frona his own country of a loyo affair. No ono bo- flleved him o,nd he shared the fatoof the horso thief, but, strangely enough his story proVed to be true, he having been supplied win money by his family through .SUver City 'bankers. "Some years laer I returned 'to Now Mexico, iocntlpg at Stdn Pass, nnd tho citizens elected me Justice oftho peace. ,1 wus known to the Mexican population as tho Yankee Alcafde. My other constituents were ' miners, cowboys. ani'rapchers. I read ;'Oh, why should' "Whenever 1 tho spirit of mortal bo1 prbud? am reminded of a deputy sheriff who had beou crossed, lu love,' yet was fuU of sentiment and could sing a Jqvq nitty ns well as anyjono. ToVs. pet aversion was greasers, although ho had' llvn.l nmnni? tin mi fnr tilnrri thrill 40 J years. J had sent Jo Now York for a nag, una im uie rourin ui juiy iuiu banner' to the and I flung the-- s'lni-rI brcezo. In anticipation of tho event 1 had ordered from Los Angejed sov-- , oryl htiiidMU .pounds of Ice. lemons. ( Uio second class at $890.33, and 40 ASSESSMENT OF KY. acres Is assessed in the third class at $389.04, Total assessment f 1, 280.02. BANKS INCREASED "INCORPORATED" Thnmount of assessments, Interest and costs for ("he years 1014, 1915, and 191C against above described property being: 1914, $93.48; BAXK AXD TRUST CO. STOCK TO TK.V 0WKN8I10I10 HUHIXKSS COf. i'JlG, $40.84; 1916, '$227.83. Other UK ASSESSED AT 100 PKH SUKI) HKCAUHK CKItNH costs, $11.00. Total '$373.i5 CENT. IX AILS. , WORD NOT - DIDN'T USE WORD place was Roxcy's and veteran Judgo Graves administered the law at Rox- vy a imi . It was customary for the Apaches to steal stock from settlers north and souh of tho Mexican border, running ' cattle, mules or horses from tho U. S. into Chlhnuhiia and Sonora and ncross the San Simon to the Chirac- -' !SVSSirSJ NOTICE! See our big line of Straw Hats and Oxfords for men and women. S. OKEOWN, Sheriff Ohio County. 0v-ensbo- I I :' 2' Httb ClotHmg Co, HARTFORD, Y. . !$SSVSSSfSSf; .., I -- MR. FARMER How about that new cultivator you promised your- self last fall, when you harvested only half a crop on account of not having tools to cultivate it with as it i should have been done? i BEFORE YOU BUY You should investigate the Brinly Leverless. "No levers, no springs, always in balance. They will and bettes work, longer and easier and without you have had with other those frequent break-down- s ' cultivators. do-mor- i e it e- t . ALSO, t The Janesville Disc Cultivator the original which .for over thirty years has remained the standard of con-struction and perfection of all disc cultivators. X t A. B. Row St Son Centertowti, Ky. Vandertilt Training School for Boys ey s S B H ey ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their- sons into the' best type of citizens and Christia--- 4 II M gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat-- 2 tered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there-I- I fore, reservations should be made early, Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write E MATHENEY & BSTTS For catalogue and information. Box A. WILL FILL A WANT! Since the suspension of the Louisville Weekly Courier--.. Journal, there has been quite a demand for a weekly Ken-- ; tucky newspaper that .gives all the more important state news, as well "as news, crisp' editorials, good the-gene- ral lWlHHHHHIHnniCHI Through theiklndness of my Mexican landlady 1 obtained the use of her bath tub, which ..would accommodate my big cakes of, Iceland my et ceteras, which I let soak over night. Docs .Sloan's Llnlitient Help Rheuma- be-cau- so tism? Ask tho man .who uses It, he knows. "To think suffered nil these years, when one '2,5 cent bottle tof Sloan's Liniment cyr.e,d me," writes If you have one grateful user. Rheumatism or Buffer 'from Itfeural- - t ntn TlntVnrtYlO KnPfilfPQU nes's; dbn't putioff getting 'ft a" Sloan s. relief. l( warms a'rid soothes jtho sore, stiff painful places andt you j feel sp much, better, uuy u ai any .'',,, 1 Drug..SJorq, onljrS cents.'.-wuj-cpm- bottle of i illllStratlOnsV o There is no ii win gjvo you such tl (1 ftHff stones, iiineiy, mriuuus miu - such e'tfcellelntl ' ''-- ?, . paper as k tp'e'-- L, 'V;;;; Twice-a-Wee- .. ' ' .' .. : : . . ,( ljor Snip. . n ? . . vv 1 ' Owcnsboro Messenger (lvdtil by uYyy.Woqfts$ii.V "! ' . K and Saturday,- - UA,PAges. Hartford, on the; tfpddrfcif. . . . t .. ' .! it flews; .yooaqwening.-'ijurwuuiuTpVpeK or:mai$J,,a;uia ISiUp-lO- 'i er mecessary Htbivliain, .V'datfe in'ttWwarclfr:- nrnhnntt HtrawberrybtKl .nnu.otner ' jzzl-.Try il'S Tb-WMV:- ! pleasing features jf If bonds XWy 4. . . A .1 CU 'acr'fl farm. .pUtst, of. Uio. oU" It ronlei iverv WeSnfesda'1 a y Irilerrcounty seat piiqe wlH bo.rhfaq; , .'Bffrnet See, or wrltQ Tlii8ley Hariford.- - &t. for- furtlfprrpartlCJi-lare- . i ,. f irAMMarsic.rtan p, ,'.:K'M-i-Tferwr- ,,.- - - :",;n,vs ..i......u boKU Wwirri batting 4 .l,..ip il-- - vAn't..WM' 4..1MM.4JI4 J Ot fiU Irfr ftDd aftUM&lgfcj unuuien yiy C AjSUUiSLjRJ jA "Dotfe'',pap4wontfaf7fjja $15.0, All clubbing sul"wrlpi lions should Ije aUdr.fss.cci .Jq" " i... Hartford Republican. I"ntted nccordlpij to la at tli PoitotflCT matter ot tlw wcond Hrltorrfv Kf.t M elftM, itl Editor ALLISON J. HARXETT W. S. TINSLEY,. .Business Manager Addreis nil communications The Hartford Republican. -' flabtcrlbtrs dfnlrltiK the pajf Jdr mast glTe the ol J aildm rtqtiMt. In ,.. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS nt to ft nw unking the DcsInrM Locnln nnd Notice" 10c per line nnd 8c per line tor enh mldltlonal Insertion. Ohltnnrlen, Resolution nn.l Cnrd ol Thnk;Sc per line, money In ndvnnce. Chsrch XotHv for errlce tree, bat other dTertlenient, 8c per line. Anonjrnoun commnnloalloiu will receive .so .lttt'vl' " TSIiSFIZOXTEQ. Cam."corlo..3. ...... 3"a.ri2iro' FRIDAY, JUNK 2. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ..133 29 Wo are authorized to announce TOM SPURRIER, of Grayson county, as a candidate for Congress, from the Fourth District, subject to the action of the Republican primary, Saturday, August 6, 191G. We are authorized to announce the candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Republican nomination for county attorney of Ohio county. Subject to the action of the Primary Election, Saturday, August 5, 1916. "United we stand; divldad we fall" doesn't apply to everything. Nothing has been heard from ico since thg National Guard prdered out. .. Mex- - was joe We have been confidentially tipped that when a man marries he takes his wife In his arms and his life in his hands. With Ohio county making, such efforts to come alone what-woulshe do" with a bunch of boosters be, hind pushing? ,, No, Adolphu?, a legion hat will get you no better standing with a legion You chicken than any, other leld Just as well go "on o Panama." x . How can you tell when a bug goes The same way you learn buggy? that a nut is nutty, he said, as he cranked liis Ford and sneaked away. No Jury could be loumi to try tbe fellow who wears his girl's picture on the dial of his wrist waicn because all would have expressed an opinion. Stories by Mrs. Woodrow Wllacu continue to be printed. If we were rich and had married into the White House it would be darn little anyoue woul read from this pen. We don't know how many days will elapse before another president will be nominated, but it will only be 5 meets days until the convention which will name the next President. The editor of the "Reads Oddly Strung" column last week wished for a change from the war news on the front pages In the form of murder or scandal. He didn't have to Walto long. Dr. Warren Waite goes to the tric chair for the murder of his elecparent- and Judging from newspaper accounts the sentence is Just. he conWith deliberate unconcern fessed to the poisoning of his wife's father and mother and cooly gave details of the crime. s-in-law Governor Stanley's State Doard of 'Equalization at Frankfort has Informed County Clerk, Blankenshlp, that the assessment of Ohio County's farm lands and all mixed property has been increased 10 per cent for present year, and that the assessment of town lots has been increased 6 per cent. And the good old State grows deeper and deeper In debt every day. We would like very much to know trooDS.ara doing ,over..i ,ln Mexico.' What arejtfeey accomplishing? they do oot'nppear to. be scooping up many porderurald bandits, but? instead 'th'e Btate department puts ,in a" lot1 'of" time haggling with Mexico's jeg,"ejd represDniauves over meir rcaii. wu this "kuoeol 'and' don't for jei It ltb'er. Not 'long iftefthe Cbtcjfco i Just iwhat purirgood' old Uncle Sam's ae Funeral servlcfes!,.,wUl bo held at home of the deceased 'at 10 o'clock, Interment nt Oak Wood, this mornTHIRTY SUBMARINES ADDER ing. . THE OVERTURE. AFTEll HARD UIOIIT FOR 4 Tho stage scenery for the great RIGGER NAVY. Chicago convention la being placed illLLES PREDICTS in order. Members of tli4 orchestra are cleaning their Instruments, packBRIEF PLATFORM Washington, May 30. Determining cases find preparing to gather for the grand overture June 7. There ed Republican efforts to enlarge 'the was a little row in tho orchestra four building program of the naval apyears ago, over tho leadership, and propriation bill, as "reported from the TALKS OK PRORAHLE ATTITUDE OK ROOSEVELT TOWARD tho once powerful musical combina- Navol Committee, resulted today In REPUBLICANS. ... tion that for so many years cause;! the ndoiitloii til the House, sitting as notes of prosperity to ring forth goes A committee of tho whole, of an amendment Increasing the number of 9 Chicago as two separate organizations'. Chicago, May 29. Chairman Chas. ' submarines from twenty to fifty. T,7rnJr3TIT to provide for six battle crui- D. Hllles, of the Republican National adulence Wants to know, Wtat the two Committee, expressed tho opinion Is will they strike up tho sdme tune? sers, instead of five, and to add months Individual mem- dreadnoughts and two scouts cruisers that tho platform which will bo For several program wcro defeated after a adopted by the National Convention bers have trained the ear to the sanw lo the next month would be unusually brief, tuning fork. Not a good thing lo lively fight. In order to finish consideration of and deal only with the most vital tune with, we agree, but a splendid 4 o'clock public questions. From Information noise to tune against. There will be the bill by the time nxed, Friday afternoon, tho House had a obtained In talking with party leadno discords, therefore, If the leaders three-hosession today Instead of ers on tho subject he believes the select the same music; the G. O. P. Day, as principal planks in the platform will recessing over 5IemorIal Orchestra) will S. O. (Symphony include the following: come Into Its own and be ready to usual. So decisive were tho votes against A statement on Americanism. march at the head of n victorious additional battle and scout cruisers . A statement on preparedness for party. Let's open up with; "Rack to Old that the bigger navy advocates vir- adequate military and naval defense. A declaration In favor of a' protecAnzlon." The audience could resist. tually have decided to abandon the It wouldn't want to. With a mighty fight for them, but they still hope to tive tariff to bo prepared by a nonpartisan tariff commission created by whoop we would rise to our feet nnd get the two battleships. Anoher will bo made when the House Congress, with special attention to "Join In do couse," while from St. the needs of the Industries of this Louis would come the strains of returns to regular form on Friday. Lost by Small Mnigiii. country after the close of tho Euro"Don't Take My Darling Boy Away." The battleship proposal was lost by pean war. the narrow margin ot sixteen votes, A declaration In favor of a mer51 AY rtOTH. NOT ORSER ED. 130 opposing and 114 favoring. Four- chant marine. Last Tuesday was the day set apart teen Democrats voted for tho amend A statement dealing with the alby the Nation for tho decoration of ment and eight Republicans opposed leged shortcomings of the Democratic the last resting place of our departed it. Democrats supporting It were national administration. loved ones, the custom really origin- LJnthlcum, Coady and Price, MaryOn the question of national woman ated with the Grand Army of Tho land; McAndrews, McDormott,' Stone suffrage, Chairman Hllles said there Republic and United Confederate and Gallagher, Illinois; Lazaro and was a difference of opinion among Veterans. As we now recall, the G. Dupre, O'Shaunessy, the party leaders and he did not Louisiana; A. R. was the first organization to Rhode Island; Sherley, Kentucky; know what action the convention urge that the day be made a national Tague, Massachusetts; and Farley would take on the subject. holiday. and Drlscoll, New York. RepublicHllles Refer to T. R. Decoration day has come to mean ans voting In the negative were Mon-del- l, In speaking of the probable action almost nothing to the people of this Wyoming; Nelson, Wisconsin; of tho Progressive National Convencommunity, we do not know of any Cramton, Michigan; Good, Green, tion, to be held June' 7 in Chicago, public gathering, any exercises worth Haugen and Ramseyer, Iowa; and simultaneously with trie Republican mentioning, compared with the meet- Ellsworth, Minnesota. National Convention, Chairman Hllles ' ings held some 25' years back. We feel ' The vote on increasing the sub- said: , ,' that the custom should have been marines was 114 to 104, seventeen "I Imagine everybody assumes that kept up, not withstanding the fact Democrats voting for it and no Re- the Progressives will nominate that'the old heroes, both those who publicans opposing. The additional Roosevelt for President If the Re' wore the blue and those who wo're undersea boats would be" of the a publican convention . .adopts gray, have almost all answered altype, seventeen 'of which straightforward, "sincere, ringing decthe last bugle call, have be'en muster- ready were provided for by the bill. laration of the' vital public questions ed out of this life of activities and 51any members who have been urg- now being discussed, and nominates into that' of the great beyond. ing that It would be better to expend a man clearly equal to the Important Yes, when they were here in great money on submarines than on battle- tasks which will confront the next numbers, we remember in our boy- - j ships rallied to tho support of the President, Roosevelt might not'thfnk hood days, the patriotic Inspiring amendment after voting against the there would be any need of his enter- -' meetings, parades, songs, recitations battleship- - proposal. Ing the field. But if the Republicans and speeches. We feel that the ob-- 1 Daniels Is Present. nominate a man who Mr. Roosevelt servation of the day could have been A vote of 109 to S3 defeated the thinks is a misfortune, and adopts a kept up by the younger generation proposal to construct six battlecruis-er- s platform which he regards as 'bunk,' with much profit to the Country in a Instead of five, and the voce vote he may feel so outraged as to run, patriotic way. These services not against the proposal to increase the and perhaps help President only breed a desire for peace, but in- number from four to six was so over- Wilson." still patriotism as well. Too many of whelming that a rollcall was not Chairman Hllles denied a report us are giving more thought to bus- sought. had ever that the organization iness and personal pleasure, so much In opposing the proposed increase thought of attempting to force the so that we rarely think of those who of battle cruisers, Chairman Padgett, j nomination of a candidate for Presl-o- f fought and died upon the fields of the Naval Committee, Insisted that ,ient the first day of the convention. honor, to say nothing of those who the Republicans originally planned by reason of the great struggle have to demand five such craft, but upon ARMOUR PLATE PLANT WINS slnoe been placed prematurely in the learning that the majority report MY DIG .MAJORITY IN HOUSE bosom of mother earth. recommend this number, they deWe are much Inclined to the opin cided to Insist upon six. Closing of May 31. AmendWashington, ion that It is not to tho credit of the debate at that point prevented an ments to the naval appropriation bill younger generation that decoration answer from Representative Butler, to provide for an $11,000,000 govday is not observed as it once was. who Is in charge of the bill for the ernment armour plate plant, for Republican side. Instead of $2,000,000 worth . GERMAN STEA5IEH SUNK IIY Secretary Daniels was alternately of aeroplanes, for 2,730 additional TORPEDO, SIX LIVES LOST on the floor,of the House and In tho sailors, and a bonus system to engalleries thruout the session. courage tho speedy private construc. ). Berlin, May 30 (by wireless to tion of warships was adopted today Six men were lost In the at- V. W. PIHTLE, PROMINENT by the house sitting as a committee CIT1EN PASSES AWAY of the whole. tack by a submarine on the German steamer Kolga, sunk In the Baltic on Party lines were broken down on Mr. F. W. Plrtle, an aged and high- every vote. Twenty-thre- o RepubliMay 17, according to a dispatch to joined the Overseas News Agency today ly respected citizen, passed away at cans, and two Progressives from Lubeck, where the survivors of his home 4 miles East of Hartford on the Democrats in voting for the armor plate proposal, the final vote bethe steamer have arrived. The dis- Thursday morning, June 1. Mr. Plrtle was in his Slst year, ing 1C5 to 91. Thirteen Democrats patch declares that the Kolga was shelled after she had stopped and having been born on March 17, 183C lined up with the Republicans on the p In Washington County, Ky., where he additional aeroplane amendment, that the submarine launched a sank the steamer as the lived until he was about 12 years old which carried 120 to 103. Other which crew was about to lower the life when he, with his parents, removed amendments were adopted overwhelto this county; he has continuously mingly without roll calls, boats. "The enemy submarine opened Are resided here. The armor plate amendemnt, alMr. Plrtle first married Miss ready passed as a separate bill In tho without warning and continued firing in spite ot the Immediate stopping ot Elizabeth Rentrow, to which union senate, is centered largely around were born twelve children, 6 boys and the question of whether the Bethlehe steamer. ."""The submarine appeared sudden- C girls, eleven of whom lived to reach hem Steel Company, the largest prily at a distance of 400 meters from the years of maturity. Those who vate manufacturer of plate, had the Kolga," says the dispatch, "the survive are, Mrs, J, A. Duke, Hart- treated the government fairly. submarine firing a shot, which went ford, J. E. Plrtle, Versailles, Ky., wide, upon which the steamer im- Mrs. Frank Hayes, WbttesvlIIe, Dr. For Bale. mediately stopped. Notwithstanding J. R. Plrtle, Hartford, Mrs. R'. D. ' 61 acres of farming land for Bale. ' . 0. BOWN, t'h'fa, .one minute later a secpnd. shot Nelson, Bandana, Ky., Mrs. Dr. 'Mc- - Ap'ply to W6Hebry, 'Ky. was Ared, which destroyed the bridge. rtnwnll nnrt Mm."l)r. 3. TV fttewart. The crew, 'only batf clad, rushed. for Dundee, R. L p'jrileOweiiBborb,' H.'j Special 'Deputy BarMnif; :Gopi- ' )he,tlfe boafs, while the captalp.n M. Plrtle, anaWs. t. P. carson, mjeslonferj Ant Vlt Into the 'ca.bln iri an effort to. rescue Hartford M. Plrtle'e second marriage, to CLERK HAS NARROW ESCAPE the, ship's pipers,. ; ; .u.'uMt . t. ' i ""fci" 7';'TjU submarine, fired two more Mrs. Ann, Felix, topi plapt"Kbblit 7 . WilErTBTORE W DXNAHITED Pro-prowi- ls ur of bur Bandit ridden border Cftlens. At the present writing wo fear that, politics Is more thougnt or uy me dignitaries of the old time proud republic than la good 'for the 'border Innd. . .. . ,. .. -- REPUBLICANS IN'' the community porter of Jibd was n strong supWo feel that . PART VICTQRfllUS wo can consclenclously toy that his t was a life well spent, i Everytbing in Sirinmer Wearing Apparel!- The thin, airy fabrics for dresses and waists, in Voiles, Crepes and Organdies, in stripes, plaids and figures. Plenty of solid colors and a big variety prices. of White Goods, at a wide range of Thin, Washable Waists and Wash Skirts of the newest and best designs. Thin Lisle and Silk Hosiery for the hot, sweltering days. i Parasols and Fans that will provide shade and furnish a pleasant breeze. All sorts of hot weather pleasan tries have been provided here for you, and the price is insignificent when compared to the comforts and service derived from their use. '' "IW'raifc. - May we provide you with your summer comforts? , j I E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. coast-defens- I I ct "THE RUNNING FIGHT" FEATURING VIOLET HEMING And will show each TUESDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS thereafter. Doors open at 7:45 and show begins promptly at 8:15. You cannot afford to miss these Shows-- . . . Amusement counter-balanc- e Say-vllle- Admission 10c 13 a necessary part of our lives; to a man as a for the cares of business, to the woman, as a relief from the monotony of housekeeping:, to the child as a supplement to its education. To you, individually, it has a high intrinsic value, select it with care. tor-ped- The "Aristocracy of Photoplays," supply entertainment of the moBt artistic and refined character, Shown Exclusively in This Section at Tbe Star Theater. 4 Paramount Pictures! Just installed exhaust fan which will make ventilation first class, h 1 - o'clock. A brldcwaa, removed' frbftf UnlteMlne Workers, this morning-telephoneto Sebree for bloodhounds the- flutalde of. tbe building and a bomb canitsucfed, .ppan (ifotf jllpe and 'will endeavor to find the guilty pjaqedjirt (he pejture, ,The wall" was party.'. President Pollock does not cracked, plategjajss froqj tMattered, believe any miner placod 'the bomb. ahjoweaaeaijroken, y$ atpc antiVolB-CJ- 5 J. H: youpmanagr oMhe company . r,ii; r t .ijij.'j. CltyV fjatusfjarflaged., ""irFJfc one8a explosion dn y tne, Maplesfaaw-n- o rnx'i , - on an automobile bif store and President 'J. W.iBastin are tbe trJp4tyugh BluograBs jejslpn; lt4. tfrLtrVMif vr ' - W'ttHlklBUA'tfiBwIca enUy frSfcai canVntionMriV adMburfled:' Will taiLtwq.or ImraedlAtly afterward' came a toVp'e- - nmi,'!Jtrom"eed.eff8,ot fe'f kaateW.' of .wndlpW ber pupjtit Te'puny" eMShii & with pnOrother'pf the decetf&a. '. JM&lfft LtoJ4fewAtiA! clxl rsr rinii. h, ''rK&Stfttfpn .r..i VWtftf r 7r, ce 'layman Wbught home, jst&tlqned alptjg ''the fjred, W ,tie crew was abojit o enter tiorder'to keep those Mexican Devils the life boat, soHbaf bIx out ot nine- CbSrch; feouth 'HVwaB tftvall U$w 6t ''out bud protect the lives and property teen Bailors Jio'et' their lives." much cpac&nud 'wlfoi the'-welfar- e io's Jut llttli Vood, yQnr jfoldle'r hoy MOfua oe inrnoa iQoee, or eie, ,pe J ana" ta Bailor, perishlhi, ter "rri utierir.:ViftMerhiv rV&oPt'tbVV " .Centra. oSV tbifounVy WeoV!V brbthefW.T. cMrf'aebVjse, HHleof J A to styk lamedUtely? tle cf p-- ftnm Ventral rtit Tfii ifi nTl'T' i' Ti nil MTifi il art early bourthis 1&bV.A? ZWibn- sidertfbly dating: 'fie'&I6' & VtVVW .T. ofDce MMwWrwtirmi 'CompanWeleV. ;' 8artfapa'cler'k.vB KyV.'ajr & felle. MrlmyB Wjm t "V Tt f ffl TV TT nAHJFJfiWfmftg i . CW7B. f'in'fct"llWM' LlSWVltbihatuAh'ftt.n the' Bore,"'fant eecatjed injwj', J.:"'WisaW who 1b el a.w.bui atoftjme'ofnis deitr fe'e W&ing ott'athVVompa:nrs' business thb Hartfbrd. M. B.Vge was member ltog bWttdlBtL In lMrii--.;BereT Wut i Wd4Hd' to protect . .Z ' f '1 former I'.. i'ftf - Olilo y.-- Ge4tf Bottling t, Works. , t,..n'.W W ..' ' Co.. of your" fc5tJrtea ac-- 1 "Barter ed-Tffa tttfcW'itt8ii' .head- - 'fh CeteBBDitk;intfranee you-ba- y thatuae-propertmust De UnatorJ ymrik1 No loans tokea in prttected: The eiplOslPb' Is, attrjbut- - tor leas thaVBM'. For terms, Bee i a. ' a! disgruntled IndlvldUar. tfe'kbsence'bf President J. V,' Bastln. 'Wv M. PARKS, TWexpldsJoh occurea shortly-afte- r President Robert Polldck, ot the 3Ctt Hartford. Ifir. (B W4 ftrfBJbrlto the win 'leas, tie. value In local vPted fs', ft y Mrs. Otto C Martin hns returned from Leltchflcld, whord she had gone on account of the Illness of her moth' er, who has recovered. HAPPENINGS IN COUNTY COURT 117 YEARS ABO Mid-Summ- er Millinery! We are receiving some very attractive and exclusive styles in Headwear. We call your special attention to them, as the supply is limited and we are sure you will want one. besides these specials, we are closing out many very attractive styles at a great reduction. Our season for buying is practically at an end, and we are not going to permit any of our stock to be carried over if price reduction will move them. If interested, it will pay you to investigate, as our stock at our price reduction will not last long. BE WISE, shop at bur store, and Mid-Summer a 6 remember that '."'.. IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. 7itfa6o Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JUNK 2. L., H. & ST. L. R. K. TIME TABLE. No. 113 duo at EUmltcb S:32 p.m., No. 110 due at Elltnltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ..'3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton . . C:5G p. m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. No. Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. Ar. Irvlngton . .10;0G a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch Ill ... stock of Beeclinut and Heinz Bottled Goods. So good! lLER'S GROCERY, Mrs. Opple Klttlnger and children ot Smallhous, are visiting the family of Mr. P. D. Taylor here this week. Messrs. Royco Iglehcart, Wilbur Rhonda and Parko Taylor, students in K. S. U., are home for the vacation. By using Ellis' Blue Ribbon Flour you can stock your kitchen with Aluminum cook vessels at wholesale prices. 48tf Thero will be moving pictures at the oporn house In Beaver Dam every Thursday and Saturday nights. 1'atlie Just received, a fresh if , , M., II. A R. R. It. TIME TABLE. South Bound, No. 115 service. .8:45 a. m. Duo at Ilartford Misses Mattye Duke and Norlne North Bound. No. Hi Harnett who have been attending G:55 p. m. Due at Hartford Logan College, are home for the (Both "Mixed Trains.) vacation. Mr. Fred Cooper has returned Esq. B. F. Hudson of Beaver Dam, homo after an extended trip through Arkansas, Oklahoma, and other parts was hero on Wediwssdoy. ton Route of tho West. Mr. Wmrschrbader.-OlaLightning struck a barn of Layton 1, was hero Wednesday. Mrs. Rowan Hcflbrook.and daugh Williams of near Itockport, this coun ter, Marlam were In Owensboro last ty, on last Monday night killing four good horses. Monday. Mrs. S. E. Bennett and daughter, "of Dyersburg, Mrs, RfT." HOover Tenn., is hero visiting friends and Qussle, Mrs. Marv'InTBalrd and W. H. Parks of Hartford, went to Owensrelatives. boro, yesterday. Mr. Cecil Calvert ot Centertown, Mrs. W. H. Griffin who has resided who had an attack of appendicitis. Is In Houston, Tex., for some years Is recovering." visiting friends and relatives in this, Mr. T. RTflarnard, popular cashier her old home town. of the Island Deposit Bank .viasln Raymer W, Tinsley,, instructo wa. Tuesday. j 4xr? torProf. in'raoderil languages? University ot Mr. Harry Hoover and wife ot Mississippi, has returned here, to Central City. recentlyjUlted relatives , left lastTues'd'ay'for Bowling Is visiting her jjajen.Mj. ajMrfi, Greetf'wher'e' he lfas , entered the . ,1 , & fftg . v;ai- 1 FBowlIng Green 'Business College for -t For first class yojU,iulck and. the Summer.' teim;vi excellent service utop, M ;B ifaTtyftr Dr' SafaWe of Owensboro. '"will ,. enor'e Restaurant it.u "i f assist tfieFastbr" Rev.uB, WNaple Weale-- ; Mr. C "C.TAWlof near in 4, series' 6f'the'etingB at'tbfM. E v i 'o field, 'Kf.t IirKerjMIow' .ncV.notr.K WibnTnY dfl the tbinh "' -- J.. fi.ti ij.'pooted to recover ' MbhttV liMtf 1t?&W V i "Keowrr; 1 . m Cliulrch-nerV- wwm&i nilmnre Keown. .:1 ' son of Sheriff ' " ' the clgar'or cijarrette line gVfoW When V6u 'wfth'Bome't'hfng good in rt ""; .MTJ&,?iiiitfXiJ,KA& ..- ." teacBf 01-wJWWJ- inercl ' ir JW5S- k $wl ,v.mw:j,si? ,pr j.tj ""' 'ir v4 P-- J. 2BCUUDI liT'Si deparl-- . Bl HjLLwnrgti 1 K&.X& ii: Al J. Barnctt attended the mencement exercises' and AJuranl Training FOLLOWING IS OHIO COUXTY'8 banquet ot Vander'bllt FIRST AND 'OLDEST-.- COURT School at Elkton, Ky, this week. ORDER. HartMrs. Mary E. Ellis of near ford and Charlie her son, who resides for In Sturgls, Ky., left yesterday July term, Tuesday 2nd., 1799. Washington, D. C to visit relatives. Pursuant to an Act of Assembly Dr. J. W. Taylor, Dr. and Mrs. B. passed at Frankfort the seventeenth F. Tlchenor and Miss Susie May at- cloy of December, one thousand seven tended the funeral of Dr. J. D. Mad-do- x hundred and ninety eight, entitled an In Owensboro yesterday evening. act for erecting a new County out of Rev. T. O. Wilson, Louisville, Ky., the county of Hardin, to he called was here recently visltlrfg the family and known by the name of Ohio of Mr. R. H. Gillespie. Rev. Wilson County, at the house of Robert Mosc-le- y In tho said county on Tuesday will preach at the local Cumberland Presbyterian Church Monday even- the second day of July In the year ing, June 5th. due thousand seven hundred and Misses Edith and Edlo Duke of ninety nine, a Commission of the near Hartford, arrived home last Pence from his excellency, James week to spend the summer vacation. Garrard Esq., Governor of the ComMiss Edith taught during the past monwealth of Kentucky bearing date year near Adalrvllle and Miss Efllc the twenty second day of December In the year one thousand seven hundat Hazard, Ky. Rough RTver Lodge, No. 110, K. of red and ninety eight, appointing P, will hold memorial services at Jesse Cravens Stephen Cleaver, Har Oak Wood on Sunday evening, June rison Taylor, David Glen, Robert Jackson 4th, at 3:30 o'clock. All members Barnett and Christopher of the Order are requested to meet Esqrs., Justices of the Peace for said County was produced and read, and at Castle Hall at 2:30. the several oaths required by law W. crOverhuls, a former Ohio Mr. was by the said Jesse Cravens, first county boy, but now of Cedaredge, named In the Commission, administCol., where he la cashier of the First ered to the said Stephen Cleaver, and National Bank, arrived In Hartford then by tho said Stephen Cleaver to yesterday to visit old friends and the said Jesse Cravens and then by relatives here and In the county. the said Jesse Cravens to the sab) Mrs. S. O. Keown went to Louis Harrison Taylor, David Glen, Robert ville Wednesday returning Thursday. Barnett and Christopher Jackson. Mrs. Keown took Herma and Forest And thereupon a Commission Orphans from his said Excellency, Mitchell to tho Kentucky bearing Home Society, where they had been date at Frankfort, the 22nd., day ot committed by order of the Ohio Coun December in the year of, Our Lord one ty Court. thousand seven hundred and ninety Stateler An interesting series of meetings eight, appointing Stephen were brought to a close last night at Esq., Sheriff of the said County of the Christian Church. The pastor Ohio was also produced and read, S. E. Harlan hns been delivering some' whereupon the said Stephen Stateler strong and Interesting sermons and ( took the several oaths prescribed by. much good has been done. A numner jaw and together with Alexander were baptized on last evening. Barnett, Ignatius Plgman and Jnmes into Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Heavrln and iBalrd, his securities, entered Davidson, attended and acnowledged bonds conditioned Miss Elizabeth the commencement exercises of the as the law directs. .Whereupon William Rowan having Owensboro City High' '" Schoo'l last week. Earl Maxwell Heavrln," son. !ofj produced, a .certificate as required by Dr. C. M. Heavrln qccoiupanled Mr. the constitution, wa3 appointed Clerk. of the said Cour dtlrlne good be Heavrln home for a short visit. havlor and he having taken the oaths Best pure Hog Lard $7.00per of fhlailty" and path ot office and to1 can cash. Come and get your njether with Jesse Cravens, James Balrd, John Douglas and John Rowan share before it is gone. hl3 sedurlties, entered into bond in ACTON BROS,, the penalty of ONE THOUSAND POUNDS, conditioned as the law di Ky. Hartford, 48tf rects and then a court was held for Mr. McDowell A. Fogle has Just J the said County; Present Jesse Cravhanded us a letter which announces ens, Stephen Cleaver, Harrison Taylor,that the Managing Board ot the -David Glen, Robert Barnett and State Y. M. C. A. has made arrange- Christopher Jackson, Esquires. ments by which every young man Ordered that court adjourn till who is in possession of a proper card tomorrow at 10 o'clock. of introduction, may have a free J. Cravens. thirty day membership ticket in any Thus the first County Court and of the City associations, wherein the therefore first county Government young men expect to make their fu- was established. Jesse Cravens Esq.', ture home. For further particulars by reason ot being first named in the we refer Inquiring young men to Mr. commission from the Governor was Fogle. ' the chief Justice or1 rather held the By special order the local Lodge, position now occupied by the County K. of P., will not hold regular session Judge, as may be seen by the fact that on next Tuesday night, but continued ho for some time signed all Court all business over to June 13th in Orders. The first Clerk of the County Court order to permit the local lodge I. O. on tho was appointed to servo during good O. F., to use the hall 0th, on which date the degree team behavior. Wo have tried to copy tho first and members of Lodge No. 132, I. O. O. F., of Owensboro, Ky., will visit County Court Order, word for word the local lodge and confer the de- as recorded, thlrfttlne that It wouldgrees upon a class of about ten candi- be of general Interest to readers of dates. The IC of P. Lodge will elect the Republican, as the first Item ever officers for the ensuing term on the recorded in the County. 13th and also transact other business. Now Law Firm. of Importance. Dr. J. D.'Maddox, formerly a citizWoodward and A. D. Kirk Ernest en ot Rockport, Ohio county, died at announce their formation of a parthis homo In Owensboro, Ky., on nership for tho practice of law at Wednesday and was burled at OwensHartford, Ky., beginning June 1, Dr. 1916, under the firm name of Wood-War- d boro yesterday at 3 o'clock. & Kirk. Maddox was born and reared in Ohio Their ofllces will bo county, and was prominent In the maintained at the present office of affairs of the community for a numb- Mr. Woodward, over William's Drug er of years while a resident here. The store at Hartford. Mr. Wodward is Dr. Abandoned the practice of medi- going to Henderson with his family cine about 10 years ago and since hut will be present at all terms of that time has been actively engaged Circuit Court In Ohio county and In charitable andj religious work, assist Mr. Kirk in all business that be being identified with the Baptist Intrusted to this Arm. churches of Owensboro, where he did much usof u work,., Cash Sale Friday and Saturday, June -2 and 8, at Iler's Grocery. The lest Quality of Seeds. Iu6-Ib- s. $8.50 Sugar , .$1.85 :Ai00-lbWhlpppprwi! Peas . . . s. $1.25 Hen Feed $2.00 German Millet 1 bbl. Lime ,.,$1.25' Mammoth Yellow Soy Beans. .$2.00 X bbl. Salt ,.-- i ,.$160 3 per lb. Orange Cane, . i 1 bag piusslp Shell ;.f !. i'Dix Crackers . ,y. . . i tfo jerHb; n .t T l can ANNOUNCEMENT v j. dui. Flour ...'.; . .. .'? 6'.2tf Kt i Vft K v,.. I . lCo , i poxes uaimeai . . . . . JXcSatricpUr, while tbejrMaBU.lOc b. froia ttaUw Arm of r WxwrNotaV. f.t.10c lb. f2,Jb&,iJe&bnB, Jdst tbat&Jv. ."I S6c com. , . Beyond Compare Murvsirvg Weacr ! 1 ; t Munsingwear Union Suits continue to grow in popularity with discriminating people everywhere, because they fit and cover the form perfectly. They stand the laundry test without losing their shape, fit'or comfort,, and they wear well. knitted garments in summer styles in every required size for men,priced from Form-fittin- g 50c to $1.00. For women, priced from 25c to 50c. Some garments so sheer they weigh but a few ounces. g Men's style garments in fine quality woven fabrics, accurately sized. Nothing finer in material or workmanship. loose-fittin- Get union cool. ' '. suited in Munsingwear arid keep "' " Carson . 5? riTcsnroaAzn Co. Hartford, Ky. they go to .the movies and spend about half of their time gazing around at other men's Wives. Some, of these guys would look migb.ty McFluke.) (By Fluke corners Jlinf th Krlltnr of good perched In the AMEN Wa iinilnrot-invery. of church during revivals, this sheet started to Elkton, Kyi. last tnlinti Mi f ft nln from Tuesday, but when first heard he was In Owensboro and last heard from in Henderson; we lost sight of j Man is a dikens or a queer animal. him altogether after no crossed tne The K. P. Lodge meets every Tuesday night and Ed.Barrass likewise pull3 Ohio River. off his picture show on sad same roppnt heavv rain niade the niht- About 25 old cusses tell their Th ground too wet to work and Sam rvIves th(U Business of importance slipped in, homo from Dawsoii mands the,r Presence at Lodge hall, Springs. Sam hasen't yet recovered ' yet the loi,ee doesn't hrirdly ever his health and is likely to return, on meet for Iack r a Quorum, so wo have been told. .!..,- - t) l4Vt n,i Uljbi STRAY STREAKS. d - Vf - .. 1 :.,.'. .......... A8l -- '' .,,if.f Hartford City, Ind May 30. Coroner Shnrles Rutlcdge filed a report ot murder wlttithe county prosecutor today after he held an Inquest Into the death of Geraldlne Stout, 8 years old, who while riding in an automo' Two of Hartford's Sportiest Sports, bile yesterday with her parents, Dr. went to Owensboro on last Saturday fi. E. Stnut nnri Mrs. Stnnt. wns morning, the hour of their return is ptruck and kn,ed bucket Qf com not very well known, as only a few hnr,ed by Albert,ThomaS( 45 yeara people had gotten out of bed. They oWi a a8,do tQ famer a8 ho Bt went In a CaT called Jeffries, I think ,ct tne mach!ne pa88 ,n the road. it was, don't know Whether they re- Th()mas was taken p Munc,e ,Bgt tyrned in this automobile or a Ford. nlght an(J on (o MichlgRn clty today , for safekeeping, as the feeling against These darned muddy rises, one h,m nerp and at Up,andi (he homeof right after another, are everlastingly the stouU( ,8 great ruining he fishing. We are consider- The, Bran4 Jury, wh!ch convened lng moving to some Lake, country I todayiiW,w was" expected to take up where the water don't get muddled tne mitigation of the case at once, up wlh, ever little shirt talf rainfall Thoroa8( . orJ belng ken away, that cornea along explatned his act by naylng that he H startled. by the sudden appear- 3 It.is reported thai EcIJKoore and BQcb bfiXmia&chteJna threw up his W, S. Tinsley mlsjfed SUndayool bucket last sabbajb, Tn ma.dO 0jn..excur. flmWisa,ttxchto. Members of 8l6n dflvn that told that, they were neea by a .Jrlend. t.A-- .. h. lSt a,frmd.of onp,of our frlends.wtp ttier,bUckot ,Myt ; ! , And Just about the time we wero talking aboaH how well Gilmore was sticking to the farm work, ha ups and decides that he needed to add to his education and off ho goes to Bowling Green to enter school. This work stuff makes many a feller change his avocation and stamping ground as well. MURDER; oe IS SLATED ln(inest He,(1) Mun,cr Churgfd heard of Manner. n Un ' $ty'&$$tyyiM.m6rtvtiWWi.mnt ,. .;,,,. ,,..,, v. .. ........ ... j ..! J-J-- ctx ' t , &$? ;j JFjrenvAMfmoa. WJjave. a Jock of ;am'-. , . ! A' - - ,imple- Pe- ; .eicursfp all .that stuff on an jitdtdary, . " ."T BHOdajTsiVaWan , . jl 1 'jr.r .iy ' j. - , jlr 'j fc . i . .l JandJlarV.SInglflfcDa I'wrwrnvi i irutijww. '.iihh, aiui .... i 7" aii J4TU. - Oblll..TiH'nlBK EJowbi - -. t, '""A J. Dr-- U Austin or.,Jgrjnjown . i.l-.- a tfV7lil n wrw&Mvj&WMim M rvaiidiraUE: XivUfcftw.WenMQ wara-fMp.- JW!t 1&1ifHffij;$fy.&1 .,yia. .NaRhijrll.Tan...'thl4. thqgradijafrpw, jpji?V week. Their. t, -;;- ..-. . . : ,,Mri Jvpu,'11' week-have .daughter, j .Ward-Belmon- A'yig1 miUfi,veiifVf' TTflW""7, . . att Jailar XdrDhT aade.kie round rltKiWn3.:;,pld.nytN 'M' a. toMV.78t . fpvfrJlleffheMmplwwat We ai?o d an'ytWav'eliO, In, )t,Be nejd.v R'oad have tllr oH. .t v r . j: i . ju.r. Wbr t-BRO.. MWBfBuw- uum; 'J1 rM ,. JT1 ' 'ttt''w. & wt?ix .hrraitffi. . j.'.iujiiVAi " IfyMjrir nlP y ;p9tvlco5B w1! ii..i 'T,f(.(i--Tf"'- Hartford and :Mr."nd Mrt:,mm'armaq bpmejee returned Obiot'tfouttty last ,1 .- ; ..?'? -- trtc .. "' A, .',', jt; .WAOTIAHW , T i UIJ. lit wr 7vtj "w? ft nm'tiroil' nriife." IS- - Sifc t,M - ' ThempntforiM above and hereto-- UMIsbed Jones' JMMk,rrtlllrer. f.TVTTTrr" w 'vwrwrArWh ' 'ityv "v ..v. ' ,"! LW.Tn 7ri old codFers v. dron Inta'i'l-- "..'"W. E. .ELLIS i ordlnarllv n a a'.-.M- .r v Trr. i 7fi iMSkn wfiiBDerr-- ! om on reguiaiMfiruiS. flUIhaadU tho ee- -, . U W V .'k t-- n Co".' : , n ."-.r- x ..-i.- .Trr.'1 r .- - -- . t -- - , It.t ' P i ( w s lilts of Humor. of planting bcnns and squashes In tho Nurse Tho patient in room 8 Is corn ns companion crops. Wo have enlarged this Idea as wo Jiavo found light-headeDoctor Delirious or blond? i., n,i,iiinn in tlio trrrnlpr Yield . . . Bnmo lf ... , i.i f Farts About the Tomato. getahlo Tho tomato, tho garden A physician, while attending an ,cgume8 ove . .. .n, 11.. I. .."., en nnmillir ntlll Rft COni- ,.K-.- -. vuut peas, Deans, peanuts, etc. obstetrlclal case, where the pay Is not '8UCh as Tnon in our gardens, was not always KerM1mlon ,)y a flsh undcP considered good, when asked, "Docfeared, as it was once mm, has been enlarged tor, Is the child marked In any way?" Veered poison. Tliera was rau eaTncA tho nnswers, "It has only one little ninrk h Vtjadlce against this vegetal e ana nhout It, but you can easily remove an(, fcrt,llzcr. Jok many years to remove u irom We still enjoy some of the Indian's that." erstltlon and make It popular as .ways of cooking corn. The Indian "What Is that, doctor?" w Is. "It Is marked "C. O. D." names as "hominy," "succatash" and rhe tdmato Is a native of South roasting ears will not be lost from It was known and culti- our literature. The Algonquin tribes America. "Wltherspoon thought It was' a vated by the natives of that country It is said . prepared and stirred good chance to get some medical aid before the country was discovered. A "mush" niUch like farmers' wives to- without paying for it. description of Tournetort In 1700 day. We eat "How do you do this morning, mush and would seem to show that some of tho enjoy roasting ears, many of us with- Colonel?" asked Dr. Soonovcr. Jarge, smooth varieties like Living- out thinking who gave us the custom. "Poorly, Doctor, poorly. For some ston's Stone were known fully 200 time past I have been suffering from Farm and Ranch. years ago. As you can see, I can weakness. The name "tomato," according to hardly walk. What shall I take, Having Irish Potatoes. Tracy, Is derived from the Aztec word Doctor?" The land that Is now In spring crop, "Xltomate" or "ZItotomate." Tho "Take a taxi," replied the Doctor, vegetable Is still known as "tomate" Irish potatoes may be planted in an- gruffly, as he strode off. other garden or truck crop with fair In continental Europe. One of the legumes' Tracy states that the first mention expectations. "Doctor," said he, "I'm a victim of lie finds of the tomato In this counto such as snap beans, teparles, lima insomnia. I can't sleep lf there's .the was In Virginia where it was grown beans, cowpeas suitable for table use least noise, such as a cat on the back for culinary purpose as early as 1781. would be a good crop to follow the fence, for Instance." A Frenchman In Philadelphia made Irish potatoes. "This powder will be effective," reCare should be taken in digging plied the physician, after compoundniost earnest efforts to get the people to use tomatoes as a food In 1738, Irish potatoes. The tubers should be ing a prescription. mature but had best be taken up but with very little success. "When do I take It, Doctor?" Being a native of that part of promptly after they are ready to dig. "You don't take it. You give it to South America where climatic condi- The time to dig can be told readily the cat in a little milk." tions are uniformly favorable for con- by the tops' falling over and the fotinuous growth through the season, liage turning yellow as a result of Patient Shall I have to give up the tomato has become very suscep- maturity. beer, Doctor? Of course the potato digger is the tible to extremes in cold or drouth. Doctor No, I shan't forbid It to It is said that when the plants are Implement to use in harvesting Irish you. once injured slightly by unfavorable potatoes when one has a large crop Patient It's extraordinary, Docconditions tfcey never overcome It like those who raise "spuds" for mar- tor, what confidence I have In you. fully, but may survive and produce ket. For the small patch in the gar- - The Medical Medical Pickwick. fruit though generally of inferior cien a turn nlow or a sweep may be Journal. ample. Digging with a grub hoe Is quality. 1e y tomato under our conditions hard work and few gardners will The Forethought. in Tnvna nnii the Southwest,, especlal- - i it. ,- People are learning that a little . The tubers are generally taken to forethought often saves them big ly In' the blacK lanu oen, nas a tendency to produce vine or plant a cool place as soon as possible as expense. Here Is an (stance: E. W. growth at the expense of fruit. To the hot sun' shoul J not shine on them Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes "I reduce this, acid phosphate and pot- j unci Ulcy U1C uutji iiic luucia ouuuiu do not believe that our family hrs nsh should be used as a fertilizer on be assorted, put in baskets and han been without Chamberlain's Co"c. Bruised tubers will Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mace guclr soils early in the season before dled carefully. not keep. the plants areN set. we commenced keeping house years staking and cultivation, Good The tubers hould be put In a cool ago. When we go on an extended nruninc are necessary for large, place and spread out so that they visit we take it with us." Obtainable fruit. Where wm not touch. Then if smooth, highly-flavore- d m everywhere. pne has but a small patch an enor- - jjme De sprinkled over them there mous yield may be made by taking will be far less likeljhood of rot de Smile Provokers. velonlng. ' Notice the tubers oc pains with the plants. Is to drive a stake casslonally and remove specimens , One way to stake "Woman," cried the big, burly ' Anwr, hv thP side of the nlant and tie that show indications of decay. husband, shaking his finger wildly, a cloth string Farm and Ranch the plant to It with "I can read you like a book!" Anoher method Is to drive iwo suikcs "That may be," retorted the little of the plant and one on each side Ground Alfalfa For Hogs. wife, with a queer smile, "but yoa bind the plant to the two stakes. Ground Alfalfa is acceptable feed can't shut me up." Stray Stories. Some gardners stake the rows by especially for the brood sow. Often driving a few stakes on both sides of Marlon was saying her prayers. connecting them wun considerable difficulty is experienced the rows. and . iD h,. hAiriinc the in getting the sow to eat enough "And please, God," she petitioned, wire or Biiuiib uua, n.u ..v....0 to make economical gains, It "make Boston the capital of Verbranches otf the ground so tho fruits alfalfa mont." II ,s ied ln a raclc' will not rot ' "Why, Marlon," said her shocked A few years ago the Iowa station remove all the large In pruning fed ear corn only to some glljs, while mother, "what made you say that?" branches leaving but one main stem. Marion settled herself in bed. corn and alfalfa Keep the plants balanced by pruning others received ear in a rak. The average weight of tho "Cause," she answered, "I made it Some pinch out the when young. pigs from sows receiving corn only that way in my zaminatlon paper toleaf buds not wanted, removing the was 1.74 pounds, while it was 1.29 day, an I want it to be right." Chiclaterals that are out of place, and lf pounds where alfalfa was allowed in ago Public. the fruit buds seem too numerous, rack. The young gilts ate 1.11 thin them also. More data Is needed the Applicant "No, ma'am, I could not Why not prune one pounds of alfalfa dally per head on as to pruning. un- - the average. The strength of the pigs work where there's children." plant and by Its side leave one Madame: "But we advertised for pruned on several rows to note the was manifestly In favor of the alfalfa a girl who understood children." not be lot, there being 89 per cent of very difference' Even this would ' strong pigs farrowed as compared to Applicant: "Oh, I understand 'em, conclusive as the season this year prove OS per cent where corn only was ma'am. That's why I wouldn't work might not be such as would used. Charging the alfalfa at 310 a where they are." Chicago Herald. that pruning or leaving alone would ton and corn at 50 cents a bushel the conditions, be best under ordinary cost ot me new oorn pigs m uiu curu But this Is the way to test the matter only lot was 41 cents and In the FOR FLETCHER'S uuder your conditions. alfalfa lot 2Ccents; the pigs were I stronger even though made more y Indians as Corn Growers. cheaply. Farmers Home Journal. The fact is not often referred to, Notice to Creditors. o it Is Important neverless, that we but The McHenry Deposit Bank having Indebted to he Indiana HUM) TIGKIt OPKRATOU are greatly DHAWS RECORD V1SU been placed In the bands ot the Bankfor one of our leading crops, Indian ing Commission of Kentucky all patreminded by Clark Corn. We are May 29. So far as rons having claims against Bald bank Stanford, Ky., WlBsler, curator of anthropalogy in (now in liquidation) are notified to the Museum of Natural History, New known the heaviest fine ever Indicted present same, properly proven, to tho Kentucky for violation York, that maize culture, by which in a court in1 undersigned at McHenry, Ky., on or it meant corn growing, "is a nno of the local option laws wa assessed before the 5th day of July, 191C. today example of a borrowed culturetralt." In the Lincoln Circuit Court L. C. BROWN, 40t4eow Writing to the American Journal of against Charley Reld, a white man of Special Deputy Banking Com'r. many Mllledgevllle, in the western end of RnMolocv. Wlssler mentions 4 . . . practices In corn growing now in use , tlila rnuntv. u'lin win handed S3. 000 very Httlftiand costs by a Jury for conducting a NOTICi: TO CORRESPONDENTS. that have undergone In writing your letters do not say change since we got them from tho blind tiger. On a second case Reld spent Sunday with got off light, the Jury fining him only that Mr. Indians. Mr. Blank, or Mr. Blank and family practices ln corn cul- $100 and forty days ln jail. One of these Reld proved bo clever evidence to took dinner with Mr. Guest, or Miss1 ture is planting corn In hills. Tho planted this way, dropping convict him coult ndt be secured save Belle spent the night with Miss HostIndians And by no means say that Mr. several kernels in a hill three or four when Uncle Sam got hlra last year ess. and covering by hand. It for falling to take out a government Romeo made his regular call at the feet apart home Of Miss Juliet Sunday a'fter-noo- n, Is noticeable that this primitive meth- license. elc. We do not care for that. When tho Rev. Enos Waggoner, for hundreds of yeara od was used at Moreland, What we want Is tho news.i When and even now "hill planting is the Methodist - pastor way on thousands of farms in this brought down'a witness against Rt'ld aomeonXsC ftfbm. another town visits of to go before the grand Jury Reld's someonb ln your town, or .vise versm method country, although glad to run it asn improved to make' use ot father. John Reld, caught the. youth wo'frro"-alwayfeeding has. ' in an unguarded moment and" spirited j netvfl itSm, but bo careful with your machinery. It Is' no pleasure to reThd Indians were said to hoe tho him away In a buggy. A warrant for seleotiob. ,i the'plants. the, elder Rold was secured at orico write anil scratch your copy. soil up and pull it arourtd ' Tho Editor. our method for years. Farm-e- ti and Sherlft Weatherford deputized This was Wuggbnei" and tho Rev. nbw often throw the soil around the Rev.-Dr- . Ailminlhtratoi'VNotlpo. D. M. Walker, the Christian church when lhe corn is lald-bthe plants Ail persons having claims again? have pastor hero, as Special deputy Bherlfis Investigation Experience and tho. estate of W.;H. shown that this is poor culture, often to arrest the elder Held ahd bring determ'ental but some are not ready bacH tho witness. The la'tter proved will pleaso present saraOf to mo nt njjle. from to llat cultivation nnd a too fleet of foot for them, however, my resldencu one-ha- lf thoy brought back Reld, who was Beech Valley .church, In Magoji- prehut (shallow soil mulch. r, iOUJq comity., KwUtcky, or to The practice of using a corn husk-- hauled Into court Iniirledlately and cinct, Evening. Hvrin & KJjffc Attorneys,.. .Hartwith the In- lined $2d0. Louisville It is said, originated ford, Ky., properly verified. a,s requireThey used n "bono to liuslc, Post. dians Un iron d, by law, within 00 da!) hereafter. pied but "Uf This Mny 10, 1910. iBklriK-Bi- n In enrllor tlraen whtto ii a w&jd rjii ft Aw 3UJ7K.LFJ?. Mi W A. M iHXtr ux) a Uofje or jk fJJH tUICHtH'S Mi FARM DEPARTMENT d. g0the y, en-Jo- I air-slack- ( 3li Henry Delinquent School Tax List. By vlrturo of authority vested In mo ns Tax collector for the McHenry Graded School District, Ohio county, Ky., I will on Mondny, June C, 1916, expose nt public Bale the following lauds, or so much thereof ns may ha necessary to produce the sums required, viz: 1913, E. G. Burton Heirs ono lot, J. L. Burton, agt. . . . $ 4.18 4.18 1914, Same 4.18 1915, Same 1913, Mrs. Mary Cargal, 10 3.79 acres land 1913, George Smith, ono lot. . 14.52 1913, James A. Austln.ono lot. 6.57 6.57 1914, Same 6.57 1915, Same 1913, N. P. Brown, one lot. . . 7.36 S.27 1915, Same 1913, Galther Heirs, one lot. . 4. IS 3.39 1915, Same 1913, Ollls Hawes, one lot. . . . 5.3S 6. IS 1915, Samo 1913, Frank Penman, one lot. 2.99 1.40 1914, Same 1913, S. A. Reynolds, one lot. 9.5S 1913, Charlie Stewart, one lot. 4.58 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 1913, Virgil Wise, one lot. . . . 3.79 3.79 1914, Same 3.79 1915, Same 1914, H. M. Maddox, one lot.. 4.5S 4.58 1915, Same 1914, Mrs. Rosa Maddox, ono 4.97 lot 4.97 1915, Same 4. IS 1914, Jano Gwynn 4.1S 1915, Samo 1914, Rosco Calloway, one lot. 5.3S 1914, Levi Glvens, 50 acres berlain's Liniment two or three times 7. land 6, 1915, Same 1914, Aimer Porter, one lot. . 4. IS 1914, Robert Trail, one lot, 3.33 Pr'ct 34 1914, Thomas Baker, one lot 3.78 Pr'ct. 14 1915, Arthur Dowell, one lot.. 4.58 1915, H. B. Geary, one lot.... 4.89 1915, Mrs. Martha Jones, one 4.97 lot 1915, Iaac Parriott, one lot.. 5.68 1915, Mrs. Cyntha Shull, one 2.20 lot 1913, James Stevens, two lots 4.97 1915, R. P. Beck, 45 acres land 30.57 1913, Calvin Craddock, one lot 4.5S 1915, Christian Heirs, one lot, 3.79 L. L. Stewart agent 1915, D. M. Duncan estate, one lot, W. Duncan agent 16.51 8.04 1913, R. A. Pierce 1915, E. P. Rogers, one lot. . . C.57 1915, John H. Reynolds, one 1915, S. A. Reynolds, one lot. 1915, Robt. Raines, one lot.. 1915, Mrs. Amelia Southard, one lot 1915, Mrs. J. D. Simpson, one JEir olTe js HOTEL sio n..t 1 rv POWMM MINGTO) D.C. Otto Cf Martin Attorney at HAJITFORD, KT. ' Will practice his profcculon In tbb land adjoining counties. CominorcltJ Practice & Specialty. i and Criminal li 1 Of 'Ine!tir JUL,. jouatijrmen. AMERICAN I t wahbhthatto.v Cromwell, hy OTTuC. MAUTIM Hartford, Ky. ood hotels where abound, Usa " PowbaUn.bealt th i It lrfiMOOhChurttbfJu lti STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession ln thl djolnlng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt Specialty. and vigoroni service- - Notary ln office. laud ttfintJ, exTHe ToWIulin ecutive, ami rcitfuL Iti excel lent , location on Pcnnlrlrania Avenue, 18th and II Streeti, makes it a desirable headquarters lor bridal couplet, tourist I'irtiei, conventions, Schools and 1 colleges. The Powhatan"" attractsthe people ol culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, also to man; points of hiitorical interest, makes this hotel especially at tractive to a discriminating pub- 0.E.TAYL0RX.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. lic DR. offers room with detached bath at It. 0. J2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath. $2.10, SJ.C0 and up. "Vnte for tootlet witfi rasp, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS., The Powhatan HART VETERINARY SURGEON ky. iu:avi:k dam, Tnjlor's Livery Ilnrn. 0. E. tanager. 0 m""""iMiHlimTTiTT ii TmiDj Olllce Jumes aleountri.,orn4 ft oot.n PATENTS atour THAT PAX,'l"Jt'iuU-Kt-- r. and Ltlp yeu tu .ucoru. ioWor littfb for FREE rrrort on itmubiutr. to twf rnniet, SUR PASSING RIFErENCEB. rjrfrtuulda U4 TD1DC. MARKS IK ID KIT oltalMl In ttn Beadn-odr- Ikwk on ITcni.Me I sirnts vrlis to BDS-B- w. Sovanth Stroat; vtHaniNUTon, D. c. 'GUARANTEED SERVICE One hundred per cent ifalue. Special work for W. O. W. W. F. STEVENS, Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. . BUSIBPRED s.-- r rH w C i, "e- V VPt Marble Representing Continental & Granite Co. i I fc riniHr5pQ lot G.50 (Every Woman Wants (aaTOxIJft Vl I i 3.79 3.39 3.39 3.79 3.38 f r M ? sM m Art aBaBaBKKaks&sBHSXa&aWaaaB i WMr'rtWzWWm f FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for doachet stops pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co, for ten yenra. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, ore throat and tore eyes. Economical. y lflvrI If5r 00 I P0PUIMMCHANIC5 300 ARTICLES-3- I AVGAZINB ILLUSTRATIONS 1915, Ed. Cooper, one lot. .. . 1915, Will Turner, one lot Central Park Graded School McHenry, Ky. A. P. HAMMONS Collector. 45t4 lot Tf EFP Informed of the world t Proprws in 1V hngtneennc. Mechanics and Invention. For Father and Son and AU the Family. It appeal toauciawes uiannaxounif .Men ana omen. ii ii me i ftTorue aiatutuo m xmiM.Dii 01 homes throaahoat tte worM Our ontrn ('Orr&ioD(lnu are contuntlr oa tL wiub lor thine new nnd ltrt)ttaff and It fc Written So You Can Understand It (SO I'aaTMl Thn fkaB NaI Hu cltnmduury deunnc sod fleniuddsl r"er. I bunnla FrM. Mie- - mil dmendL r 1mSrA Kv Vtui. ThPltooTJrtQr.nr. tWoo.Mut. Dnrlmtt Uinta for Pbop U ortc nnd lTwtlclco j miy (tr tb4 ibttukti tin lumn imnnn ino name. Amtttur MKhMdti (17 I'mtf) for the Poti and rontAln! Children Cry C ASTO R A For Sale Real Estate! ' iygjra oulcUr ascertain our opinion iroo wlietiior au invention la nrobnblr nilentnhlrt. rommunlcn. lions KtnctlTrontlilantlal. AtiQE00K on .Mnt.fr.iA. ilil.t ni?itnrr for Hftcurillff Barents. taken tlimuuh Jluiin A Co. receive tftcUl uotUt, without ctmrco, tu tho AVc. AriTono sending n stteteb nnd description mar OVER CG YCARS EXPERIENCE (ructIoafortoeMochaalclCumnraDdioruatui SINGLE COPIES. SSc $1.30 PtR YEAR 0kr Or4r trwm fmf mw4lf nlm mlfM POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE e NO.MKMIM Avnut,cnicAao Sample copy win b eent on request lt and TlAs7rarh OnttltjL KnulnM. tare, etc bcc Jewelrj. h IfoatA. bnow Id f Copyrights TnADE Marks .DC3IQN3 KILL, the COUCH AND saacragiwr CURE THE LUNGS th. s Own a Home. AhandsomelrlllnttraiiMl weiljr. Ijireost ctr rtilnfinii of HUT ftrlfintlHfl lournikl. Icnni.lla As cheap as lands aro in Ohio rmpt fnnrmoml'.fL tiold brail newsdealers. county no man can afford not to own MUNN gCo.364B"aNewYork Be independent. ISJ aocu time CS V HU Waablivtou. D. C- his own home. Work for yourself. Under some of our contracts you may have as much as three years in which to pay for your farm. As An investment. No better investment can bo found than .in Ohio county farm land. Tho land here Is cheap and our resources are yet undeveloped. , U. S. Agricultural Agent Hughes saysiwo haveithe HcCMX PATTERNSperfect fix simplicity sn Celebrated (or stjle, reliability nearly 40 years, bold in nearl best land for growing timothy hay ho every city and torrn tn the United States snj 5 to has ever seen. Prl.cofl.from Canada, or by mall Ulrect. Mote sold thaa any other malic. Send lor lice catalogue $50'anracro. Bottom or hill land. UcCAlXTS MAGAZINE City Ilchldeirces. More subscribers than any other Jmnloa namalno rallllon a month. Invaluable. J.at- We have Some of thereat rosWon-,ce- a I xrt styles, pattern!, irrsamslilnir, millinery, plain sewing, jancy nccuiwurB,i!iiu(cftin, ln Hartford listed for sale and wo etiquette. Rood stories, etc' OnlW centra year (ivortji double), including a ires pattern, can surely And some one to fulfill bubtcrlbe today, or send lor simple copy. your .wants, If we haven't ltpn our 'WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS try'to. rind It for, you". to A cents. Fostil brings premium caiaiogus list' wo wljl and&wcash prise otters. Address Scientific ftttiertcatn Dr. King's New Discovery w h un h s AND B&kmmurmmmrmik&aacMsas AU GUAHANTEED SATI8FA0X0BYJ OB MONEY HEFUNDED. r "vno OLDS Trial EorU Free THROAT AND LUNQTR0UBLES. eieiooL pmcE oopTrlalita. cu., PROCURED AND DErENDCD..D?J. YtU aJrki Iwvr to oUiOa patrnu. tnklo uuAs, I I COUNTRIES. in JJusUit dirtctv.Uk WaMnglcn sairn timr.t am J ojiem latpaitni. kmst Pilsnt tnd Infrinjemsot Pnctks txclttlvely. WrltA ot Mima to Ul kt oon, I tio zului itiMt, uu yaitt euui all wgawnNQTori. o. c. r.tt t Wnrd.-.doceaso- Wutttttq SoR? . Do advise you'n&t to do sfl'but If We you' InWC we wlll'llst'yoiiY tfperty and'ifwllf not cosVyou'oHG cent-uu- ; lesfi wo effbet a sale. . 'u fHB McCUb C3, ZM 10 113 It. 37U Jl. Mr) IUU iS. SfliBpT" WILL YOU TAKE OUR! CftUtWrlt,?,, Pl'ione, wires pr.c.ablo.' ,. - TINuLlTMNETT I "- Electric Bitters 1 GERMINAL REMEDY A , Treatment "Ileal Esfatb Aienl-af ' Succeed when evervthino- - elso fails. In nervous prostration and female wccacg5C9 incy rid ipa supremo remedy, &3 thousands- hava testified. tSflnswiK & E f?r .WEAK,; LUNGS qr CONSUMPTION i 4r fore-fathe- rs Children Ory M I Hartford, Kentucky. ,Rpnblfc46 lioU! row (WDtp; . k.w ww flJ yw 'l"''"wn "i FOR KipNEY.UVER AND STOMACH TBOUBitS Lp frM jiiidMc H 9rtt U&l, vna t wmur esmtt. A quick reliJ cpuchs, pnlna la clasL niglrt won, hemoi- ik lonsf pr cwwwmplloa. II II dot jnazvt. FOR ONEtlreJ,MONTH; (eHnr. for Unit Y' Y STORIES FROM THE AMERICAN HISTORY V AHHAIIAM LINCOLN CIIALLtiNOKI) TO WAS A l)UI2L . ! OXCI3 yCAIililfl) (Jl-'K- to Tho codb duello was restorevery generally In all the states of our country during tho early part of the past contury, and very frequently for what appenrs to have been merely a 'trivial offense. Tho Stat6 of Illlnlols was no exception, and many duels wcro fought, In that State, the last fatal one occurlng In February, 1819,1 between Alonzo C. Stuart and William Uennett, which resulted In tho death of Stuart. Abraham Lincoln, who later President, was ono of tho victims In an absurd duel which resulted In little more than bluff. Tho origin of his dltnculty was politics. In an article published In tho Sagaiuo Journal of September 2, 1842, Mr. Lincoln made a bitter attack on some actions of the Stato olllclals relative to th'o collection of taxes. The artlclo was decidedly rough In language, and written in a Jesting stylo npt to cut deep. Special reference wns made to Stato Auditor Shields, who was held up to ridicule personally as well as officially. Mr. Shields, being 6f Irish blood, wns very much nroused. Seeking the editor 6f tho papor, ho demanded tho namo of tho anonymous writer of the objectionable article and It was given him. Mr. Shields sent Mr. Lincoln a note bristling with the desire to fight. Finally Shields dispatched a formal challenge, .naming Gen. Whiteside as his personal friend, to which Lincoln Immediately replied with Dr. Merrl-ma- n as his representative. Tho two friends mot and secretly agreed upon the hostile Homo terms by which meeting'' should be avoided; Mr. Lincoln had business that called fhlra to Jacksonville, and before lils"departure" ho left a memorandum in which ho explained with tho article 4n the Journal. If this was not satisfactory, and a meeting couldnot bp avoided, lho arrangements of'tho fight were to be: .' "First Weapons cavalry, broadswords of tho largest size, j "Second Position, n plank ton feet long and from nine to twelve Inches broad, as a line between tho contestants, neither to pass his Toot over dn forrelt of his life. Next a ifno drnwn on tho ground onclther Bide And parrallel with It, each 'at the distance of tho whole length of tho sword and three feet additional from thp plank, each to fight In this limit on his own side of tho board. "Third Time, on Thursday evening at 5 o'clock, If possible, but In no case to be at a greater distance than Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock. "Fourth Place, within three miles be-ca. - of Alton." of With our later knowledgeAbraham Lincoln's prppensltles, ono is tempted to perclevo a Joko cropping out In the position thus gravely described for the combatants, for It looks as tho.ugh both were tljus placed safelvout of harm's way, whoro they could beat tho air with their trenchant blades forvevor" and dp no tlamago. But It might be well to remember In this connection tho unusu-n- l length of Mr. Lincoln's arm, and feel some sympathy for his opponent. However, Shields was determined to fight, and all parties concerned left for tho supposed field of carnage. But peaco was already hovering In tho air above them. Outside friends, uniting with tho distressed seconds, succeeded In harmonizing all difficulties, and tho ridiculous affair was onded without tho exchanging of a blow. It was evident that Lincoln did not desire tho death or his adversary, but did not Intend to bo materially Injured himself. Lincoln felt keonly tho stupidity of tho wholo affair, but thought he could not avoid tho light without degradation; whllo to Shields such a fracas was a delight. Tho duel came to its end naturally. Shields allowed himself to bo to withdraw his offenslvo Lincoln then nfndo tho challenge. explanation ho had bcon ready to mako from the beginning; avowing tho ono letter ho had written, and saying that It had been printed Bolely for polltlcial effect, and without any intention of Injuring Shields. Lincoln's quarrel with Shlolds was Ills last personal encounter. In lator years It becamo his duty to glvo an official reprlmanif.to a young officer, for a who had been quarrel with ono of his asboclatos. The reprimand was probably tho gentlest on record: "Quarrel not at all. No man resolved, to make the most of himself can spare time for personal contention. Still less can he afford to tako the consequences Including the vitiating of his temper and the loss of Better glvo your path to a dog than be bitten by him In conest- court-martlalself-contr- "If por-suad- ed ; ' 7S E, BO polos to a stake In Roach's i March 1st, f914, until paid, and for - ,Iln; thonco N 12 E. 102 poles to a tho purpose of paying J, Newman Louis dog. would not euro thoblto" tak(J. thcnC(J N 7g w 130 po,e9 to Hardin who holds a second lien, the vlllo Lvenlng Post lho bcslnnlns, containing 177 VS I sum of $185. with Interest thereon acres, moro or less, and being the at tho rate of 6 per cent per annum Dublin, eamo Ian,i conveyed to Minerva Oroer from March 1st, 1012, until paid. In Ono winter evening whciun water Inspector was going by Wm H. Cooper, by deed datea and for tho purpose) of paying J. B round', he stopped at ono of tho mains Fob. 25, 1854, and recorded in deed Chambers who holds, a third lien, the -- page book305, Ohio thereon the fn.....- lAKb'n nfTlnn trnm tfila County sum of $53.20, with Interest paid, tot In a bush street to turn off tinim from March 1st, 1014, until water during some repairs. Ho had dary i,oweV0V( tno following descrlb-Ju- st gcther with all the costs of the above u , applied tho handlo to the tap e,i land sold to- - Jas. Westerneld by styled law suit and the cost of this 6, 1879,nnd or record sale, I wllf offer for sale by public After Four Tears of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not nndibegUn turning when n somewhat deed dated Nov. staai In deed book 2. pane 135. Ohio Coun- - auction, to the highest and best bid i i .i w " I "'" and I gave up in despair. ty Clerk's office 'arfd beginning at a der, at tho court house door In Hartf ho Was confronted by 8lono near a fauen whlte oak, a fall - .ford, Ky., on Monday, tho 5th day of .Conditions! Mrs. Bollock Gave At last, my husband got me a bottle el a man in evening cioines, wuo, juug - )en nn,i aca,i beach, N. W. corner or June, 191C, at about the hour of one Up in Despair. Husband Ing by his tone and manner, had tho above tract; thence S. 12 W. 23 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of 6 and Carduf, the woman's tonic, and I compoles to a stone on tho Whltesvllle 12 months, the following described been Imbibing much too freely. menced taking it. From the very tint nnd Uells Run roai,J thence S. 77 E. property, Came to Rescue. Hn, lint" he cried, with a gleam 129 A certain tract of land In Ohio g lQ ft whw oak nm, two dose, I could tell It was helping me. I of satisfaction In his eye. "So I ve gma hlckories n the original line; county, Ky., and bounded as follows; found you at last, have I? It's you thence with said line N. 12 E. 25 Degiuiiius ill u Bwuui gum uuu uug- can now walk two miles without itt and that's turning the street around, Is ' poles to two large black oaks and woodLyons a stone on n branch In E. Catron, Ky.-- In line; thence S. 77 W. an Ineresting letter tiring me, and am doing ali iy work." I I sassafras, the N E. corner of the W. It?" Fvnrvhmlv'a original tract; thence with a lino of 104 poles to a stone by a sycamore from this place, Mrs. Bettie If you are all run down from womanly Bullock said tract N. 77 W. 129 poles to the tree; thence (supposed to bo) S. poles to a stone on the bank of writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Slotuiirh Troubles nnd Const I pat Ion. beginning. Containing 20 ncres, 125 Try "I will .cheorfullr say that Cham- - moro or less. So that tho . land herein the creek by a sycamore tree; thence ' It has helped satis-- 1 ordered sold constitutes the remainu- - up said creek to MUllgan's line to E years, with womanly troubles, and during Carduf, the woman'stonlc berlaln's Tablets nre the most the tracl hereln above described W. Lyons' corner; thence with said this time, 1 could only sit up tactory remedy f6r stomach troubles er of contalna 1C7 for a little more than a million women, in its SO n(J acre3( moro pr Lyon's lino following a branch to the I have sold In jcs3 nnd constipation that beginning, containing 50 acres, more while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should thirty-fou- r years' drug Btore service." i The nurchaser will be reoulrcd to or less, and being same land convey- writpq s it Mnrnhv. .truirelst. Wells. ' execute bond with uood and sufficient ed by J. D. Haynes and wife to J. B all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist htf oh ui juuuury, burg, N. Y. Obtnlnablo every-- security immediately auer me saiu, uruuerwhichiub oxui uayrecord In the in my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows what deed Is of and a Hen shall be retained for furth 1S93, where. office of the clerk of the Ohio County er security. The doctor was called in, and his treat it will do. Ask htm. He will recoa Court In deed book B, page 56, and This May 16, 1916. conveyed to by J. W. Bruner and ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. OTTO C. MARTIN, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. MASTKIl wife to O. C. Rice, by deed dated Master Commissioner. 46t3 Write to: UlKf . Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Woodward, Crowe, RIngo, Glenn August 18, 1905, and recorded in soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory ,Dlt., Qutunooca Mtllclna Co., SpecHS ChatUnooii. Tenn.. for deed book 30 page 457, Ohio County that, nothing seemed to n your cut an J Instruction & Slmmerman, Attorneys. W. H. Barnes, Plaintiff. book, do me any good. Trutaaot far Women." taat la (lain wraspar. HaaM ma Court Clerk's office; and conveyed to J4 vb. Sale. Buncum Render and Myrtle Render, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. J. B. Chambers by O. C. Rice and wife by deed dated June 10, 1910, Defendants. recorded In deed book 38, page 303, By virtue of a Judgment and order Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Ohio County Court Clerk's office; of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, Caleb Owen, et al, Plaintiffs. conveyed to J. Newman Hardin by rendered at the October terni, 1915, vs. Sale. In the above cause, for tho sum of Martha Lee Loyd, et al, Defendants. J. B. Chambers and wife, by deed $100, with Interest at the rate of 6 By vlrture of a judgment and order dated 12th day of February, 1912, day of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, and of record In deed book 43, page per cent per annum from the , 19 until paid, and rendered at the February term, 1916, 356 Ohio County Court Clerk's offiof the cost of tho above styled action, for the purpose of allotlng to Florence ce; conveyed to Berry May and Altogether with the cost of this sale Owen $500 homestead Interest and bert May by J. Newman Hardin and (Samuel W. Hlnes having paid to W. a division of the proceeds among the wife, by deed dated November 8. H. Barnes, the plaintiff, the sum of heirs and tho payment of all costs 1913, of record In deed book 42, page $100, and the interest on said sum herein, I will offer for sale by public 2S8 Ohio County Court Clerk's offiof money, and the cost of the above auction, to the highest and best bid- ce, or a sufficiency thereof to produce styled action this sale Is made for der, at the court house door in Hart- the sums of money ordered to bo his use and benefit) I will offer for ford, Ky., on Monday, the 5th day of made. The purchaser will be required to sale by public auction, to the highest June, 1916, about one o'clock p. m. full of life and action, filled with the and best bidder, at the court house upon a credit of 6 and 12 months, execute bond with approved security Immediately after sale and a Hen will fire of fine inspiration and followed door In Hartford, Ky., on .Monday, the following described property be retained as further security. by 250 short stories of adventure, June 5, 191C, about the hour of one This 16th day of May, 1916. will make o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six A tract of land In Ohio county, OTTO C. MARTIN, and 12 .months the following describ- Kentucky, beginning I at a stone 46t3 Master Commissioner. ed, property t: northeast corner to Zlon Church lot, Heavrln & Kirk, and J. P. Sander-fu- r, A certain hq'use and lot located In and also corner to Jim Loyd's farm; Attorneys. tho village of Haytl, Ohio County, thence N. 1 pples to a E. 115 Ky., On the north sldefof the Hart- stone In the Hartford and Hawes-vlll- e ford and'Ledchneld pubjic road, and public road and N. E. corner to .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. c in bounded on the East by 'Sam Hlnes' Henry Lyons' farm; thence South on the West by Mitchell 86 property; E. with public road 80 poles to Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Then the Family Page, a rare. Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Taylor's property; on tho North by a stone; thence S. 44 E. 12 poles to Evansvllle Brewing Association, Pl'ff. Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of by a stone; thence S. 84 Lydla Taylor, et al; on the South E. 28 poles vs. Sale. Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best the Hartford and Leltchfield public to a stone; thence S. 63 E. 22 poles J. R. Sowders and Minnie E. Sow- minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone road. to a white oak and an elm on the ders, Defendants. Being same property conveyed to south side of said road; thence S. 55 in the home, there is no age By vlrture of a Judgment and order Buncum Render, and Myrtle Render E. 102 poles to a stone In the west of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free by Sam Hlnes and wife, by deed line of Gabe Kirk; thence Jf. 88 rendered at the May term, 1916, In YouuVs Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION , 1908; W. with his line, S. 5 W. 39 poles to day of dated the above cause for the sum of $250 let ua aend you Three Current luuea or a sufficiency thereof to produce a stone S. W. corner to said Kirk; with Interest thereon at the rate of FREE. Incloao tbia Coupon with your 52 Times a Year -tho sums of money ordered to be thence N. 88 west with the' line of 6 per cent per annum from March, request. , not 12, made. S. Royal, Casuar Hartford and 23rd, 1915, until paid; and the furthH. Those who eubscribe now. aending $2 The purchaser will be required to Jesse Loyd 218 poles to the beginning er sum of $250 with interest thereon for th. 52 issuca of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will execute bond with, approved security containing 106 acres, more or less, the rate of 6 per cent per annum for 1915, will receire Th Companion get n any of tne monthly Immediately after sale and a Hen will and being a part of two tracts of land at Home Calendar FREE. from Sept. 23rd, 1915, until paid; magazines. 9 bo retained ns further security. conveyed to Lewis and Jane Owen for all costs herein, including the This May 16th. 1910. Haynes and wife, September cost of this sale, I will offer for sale by John SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE OTTO C. MARTIN. 25, 1S49, deed recorded In deed book at public auction to the highest and 4Ct3 Master Commissioner. Ohio County best bidder, at the Court House door, THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH L, page 339, and 340, W. H. "Barnes, Heavrln & Kirk, Court 'Clerk's office, and also a con- in Hartford, Ky., on Monday the 5th ONE VEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. Attorneys. veyance of an undivided Interest In day of June, 1910, at about the hour same land by J. G. Owen and J. L. of one o'clock p. m., upon a credit of MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Owen, etc., to R. L. Owen and six and twelve months, tho following Millard Owen, deed recorded In described property, Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. deed book 27, page 333, Ohio The following described real esCounty Court Clerk's office, and tate In Ohio county Kentucky; lots Christian Stamer et, al, Plffs. vs. Sale. dated November 17, 1904. R. L. numbered thirteen (13), fourteen Mary E. Summey et, rfl, Defendants. Owen obtained said land from Millard (14), fffteen (15), sixteen (16), sevBy vlrture of a Judgment and order Owen, by deed dated February 23, enteen (17), and eighteen (18) In of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, 1911, and recorded In deed book 39, block D; ten (10), eleven (11), and Th Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 rendered at the February term, 1915, page 363, Ohio County Court Clerk's twelve (12) In block I; thirteen (13) In the above styled action, for the office. fourteen (14), fifteen (15), and six1.76 -- . Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at purpose of a division and the allotTho purchaser will be required to teen (16) in block K; nine (9) In The ment of dower Interest to the de- execute bond with approved security block J; nineteen (19), twenty (20), 1.60 (22), The Republican and Home and Farm fendant, Mary E. Bennett, I will offer Immediately after sale and a Hen will twenty-on- e (21), twenty-tw- o twenty-thre- e for sale by public auction at the bo retained as further security. (23) and twenty-fou- r Inquirer 1.75 (22), The Republican and Court house door In Hartford, Ky., This May 16th. 1916. (24) in block Q; twenty-tw- o OTTO C. MARTIN, twenty-thre- e on Monday the 5th day of JUne, 1916 (23), and twenty-fou- r 3.60 Mastor Commissioner. between tho hours of 10 a. m. and 4 46t3 (24), In block R; all of said lots be- The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald...... p. m. upon a credit of six mouths the Heavrln & Kirk, and John B. Wil- ing in the Sowder' addition to tho 3.50 following" described property son, Attorneys. town of Beaver Dam, being the same The republican and uany uwensDoro inquirer a A lot or parcel of ground located property conveyed to the mortagor, O'boro Messenger 1.7 .on the waters of Green River In Ohio MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. J. R. Sowders, by Samuel Sowders, The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k County, Ky., and bounded as follows: by deed dated August, 3rd, 1905 and Beginning at a stone corner to lot Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. 1.75 recorded in the office of the Clerk of The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1; thence with river N. 61 E. 19 A. E. Pate, Assignee, Plaintiff. the Ohio County Court In Deed Book 'to a stdne, cornier to lot 3; vs. Sale. poles 30, page 496. Or a sufficiency thereRepublican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 thenco-S- . 53 272 poles to a stone; A. L. Stevens, et al, Defendants. of to make the sums of money order- The V n Judgment and order ed to be made. 50 poles to By virtue of a thence S.? 31 1.60 stone, corner talot l';1 thenco N. 45 of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, The purchaser will be required to The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer conW. 236 poles to tho beginning, rendered at tho February term, 1912, xecute bond with approved security In tho nbove cause, for the sum of Immeadlately after sale and a Hen The Republican, and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 taining about 59 acres. Tho purchaser will bo required to $297.94, with Interest at the rate of will be retained as further security. execute bond with good and sufficient 6 per cent per annum, from the 1st This May, 16th, 1916. all, security, bearing Interest from date day of January, 1912, until paid, OTTO C. MARTIN, of sale at tho rate of 0 per cent per nnd all costs herein, I will offer for 46t3 Master Commissioner. annum, and a Hen will bo retained b.tle by public auction, to the highest Ernest Woodward, Attorney. upon the snld tract of land as further and best bidder, at the court house security. door, in Hartford, Ky., on Monday. June 5th, 1916, about tho hour of MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. This tho 16th qay of May. 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, one o'clock p. m. upon a credit of 3 Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Master Commissioner. 4Ct3 and 6 months, the following describTHE t: Mary Render, Plaintiff. ed property, Walker Wllklns. Attorney. USEL1V-VER-LA- X vs. Sale. 8EWINC One yearling mare (July 6, 1908) MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. named Peacock; one white spotted J. II. Napier and Mary Napier, DeMACHINE fendants. cow, 5 years old (July 6, 190S); one OF By vlrture of a Judgment and order horse, 15 hands high, 4 years Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. sorrel QUALITY. Mary E. Greer, et al, Plffs. old (January 1, 1908); ono bay of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, vs. Sale. mnre. 7 years old, (May 0, 1907);' rendered at the May term, 1910, In 13. F. Greer, et al, Defendants. one bay mare, 3 years old (February the above cause for the sum of $33. By vlrture of a Judgment and order 14, 1912); one bay horse mule, 6 with Interest at tho rate of p per cent NOT of Bale directed to mo In tho abovo years old(February 14, 1912); ono per auuum from tho 13 th day of SOLD at tho February three year old horse (February 14, March, 1914, until paid, and the cost styled cause ontered term, 1D16, and corrected at tho May 1912): one two year old horso (Au-eu- st of tho above styled action and the UNDER ANY terra, 1916, of the Ohio Circuit Court 19. 1907) or a sufficiency there-- . cost of a former sale, and tho cost of OTHER for the purpose pf maintaining and of to produce the sums of money this sale, I will offer for sale by pubNAME. lic auction at the court houso door In Fcelirlght nil tho time Don't lay oil furnishing support to tho plaintiff, ordered to, be made. Mary E. Greer, and the paying of any The purchaser will be required to Hartford, Ky., on Mouday, tho 6th from work lor days by taking calomel kcops yo when pleasant Uo.Vtr-La- x debts against tho estate of Samuel W. execute bond With approved security day of June, 1916, about ono O'clock time. warranted on your feet, .whllo relieving your troujw Greer, and a division between the Immediately after sale, and a Hen p. m upon a credit of 6 months, tho If you purfhajo the NEW HOMK you will le. Safer too, nncj easy to take. Don'l heirs of the said Samuel W. Greer, will bo.retalned as further security following described proporty, have a II fo asset at the price you pay, and will tako anything else. You can't afford I will offer for sale at public auction This May 10, 191Q. . eys cot have an endless chain of repairs. JV certain lot or parcel of land lying , OTTO C. MARTIN, it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat to tho highest nnd best bidder, on a tem and relievoe constipation. near Echols, Ohio county, Ky., being Master Commissioner. credit of 6 and 12 months, at the 4Ct3'' ural remedy, natural in ttsactlons, Burn Quality IK1 P. Taylor, Attorney. the same lot conveyed by J. F. Portcourt houso door In Hartford", Ky.t in its effect and certain in results. It m er and wife to h H. Napier and Mary IT ItSn-r-T- rE on Monday, Juno 5, 1916, nbout the will ComldereJ won't bo long beforo Liv- - Vef-La- x of April hour of ono- o'clock p. m. tho fpllow-In- g ,LST.EK COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Napier on tho 28th day book 46, 1913, completely displace calomel In evert page deed recorded In deed , described property t; it U the home. Children can take it freely an 11, Ohio County Court Clerk's office, 6hlo Circuit Court, Kentucky. A certain tract of land lying and with perfect safety. Every bottlo, guarCheapatt being In Ohio county, Ky., on the' J. Nfcwman Hardin, et al, Plaintiffs. or a sufficiency thereof to produce anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nona the sums of money ordered to be vs. Sale. waters of South Panther creek and genuine without the likeness and signa; in the end -made. and described as follows; Berry May, et al, Defendants. bounded turo of L. K. Griguby, For salo by The purchaser will be required to By vlrture of a Judgment and order Beginning at two beeches and white to buy. J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. aU oak, corner to Geo. Westerfleld's of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, execute bond with approved security . iT tract thence ll Wi 235 poles to two rendered at the May term, 19107 in Immediately after sale. Mii tmrit a aurwtnir mfiihtn wrttd fbaf! This 10th day of May, 1916. beeches, small dogwood and sweet tho above cause, for the purpose of oar late t catalogue before you purchase. OTTO C. MARTIN, gum. corner to Wm, Nelson; thenco paying J. B. Bruner who holds a first L The New MaoWge Co., Orange, JtvC. Wm Tor parfna la ttu baek a foa4 Master Commissioner. large dead Hen, the sum of $561.80, with 6 per 46t3 N. 29 E. 46, poles to a WahV la Dr. OH Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. S. cent lqterest per annum thereon from popular and, two beeches; thence inir fnr ho rlirht, Rvon kllllnir tho ) I HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE I .. "'T, 7l7 -.i : ' to-w- lt: .a m Ki 0 Great Serials to-w- lt: tq-wl- iReYOUTiTS COMPANION! Better Than Ever 1915 1 to-w- lt: OUR CLUBBING RATES. ro to-w- lt: Address orders to THE REPUBLICAN. to-wl- NEW HOME for all For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. to-w- lt: - to-wl- M aVtUl-rkl- B ' ' V LATEST ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely MR NEWS Bulletin No. 2 Pun No Alum UNCLE SAMUEL TO No Phosphate hurl stones through the windows. A policeman nrrested hlra as he was throwing the fourth stone. Rockefeller, 4 The police said Fowrdbes declared FASHION NEW COINS the he believed he was throwing stones at tho home of John D. whom he held responsible DIMES, QUARTERS AND HALVES for the suffering of the poor. TO Hi: IK NEW DESIGN When told It was Mr. Vanderbllt'fl A ! TI3K .JULY 1. house ho had attacked, Fowrdbes grinned and said "You police can't fool me. I know It's Rockefeller's May 30. Dimes, house." Washington, quarters and half dollars of new design will bo minted after July 1, Sec- JUDGMENT FOR WOMAN AGAINST HANDIT VILLA retary McAdoo announced today. For the first time since 1891 a change El Paso, Tex., May 31. Francisco will be affected In these pieces. The announcemen. disclosed that the half Villa, Mexican bandit, today Is liable Oollar has fallen practically Into dls-xs- e to Franclsca Flores for $2,275, acand the now design was selected cording to a verdict returned In the with hope of restoring It to more District Court here yesterday. Miss general circulation, It was Indicated. Flores, a Mexican woman, sued to reInder the new coinage each piece will cover that amount paid Villa in rebe of different design. The dollar turn for a promise that he would and dime models were made by Adol-p- h spare the life of her brother, senA. Weinman, and the quarter dol- tenced to death by Villa on a charge lar by Herman A. MacNell. Both are of treason. Despite tho payments of money Flore3 was executed In Febsculptors of note. The face of the new half dollar ruary, 1914. In filing her suit Miss bears a full length of Liberty, with Flores attached Villa's personal a background of the American flag motor car, then In El Paso, and thl3 Hying-- to the breeze. The Goddess Is was held as security pending the outstriding toward the dawn of a new come of the suit. m day, carrying laurel and oak branches Tiscal Court Rejects Bids. symbolic of civil and military glory. The Fiscal Court of Ohio county The reverse side shows an eagle crag, with all members present, was In perched high upon a mountain Growing from a seslon yesterday to receive and conwings unfolded. rift in the rock Is a sapling of moun- sider bids for the construction of two tain pine, symbolic of America. The concrete bridges on the Hartford and piece Ceralvo road and for the construction design of the twenty-flve-ceis Intended to typify the awakening of proposed pike or macadamized Morgan-tow- n of the country to Its own protection. road on the Hartford and road. There being no bid which Secretary McAdoo's announcement the Court felt justified in accepting, stated. figure, is all were therefore rejected. We have Liberty, a shown stepping toward the country's been told that the Court Is seriously gateway, bearing upraised a shield considering the construction of this by direct from which the covering Is being road and these bridges drawn. The right hand bears an supervision. olive branch of peace. Above the PAYROLL $1,351,053.03 head Is the word "Liberty" and below The reverse bears the feet "191G." Kentucky's 1,020 Employes Draw a figure of an eagle In full flight, Areraco Salary of 703.07 Inscription wings extended, and the "United States of America and E Kentucky's 1,920 employes draw Plurlbus Ununi." Both the half dol- an average salary of $703.67. This lar and the quarter bear the phrase Includes the pay of the Governor, "In God We Trust." Secretary of State, Auditor, TreasurThe design of the dime Is simple, General, State Superina winged cap is shown er, Attorney Liberty with tendent, Clerk of the Court of Apon the foreslde and on the reverse Is peals, Commissioner of Agriculture, a design of a bundle of rods and a Appellate Judges and their office forbattle axe, symbolic of unity, "where- ces, heads of the State University and in lies the nation's strength." Normal School faculties; members of the State Board of Control, Prison County Court Xotci. Commissioners, State Hospital offHerman Mitchell an infant four officers icers and attendants, prison months of age, and Forest Mitchell 5 and guards, game, forestry, geological years of ago were, by order of the survey, State Board of Health, tuberOhio County Court, entered on June culosis, banking, Insurance, Insurance .30th, committed to (he Kentucky rating board, agriculture, State Fair, Orphans Homo Society. hisautomobile, Capitol custodian, torical, hotel, library, railroad, pubJ. W. Mercer was recently appoint- lic road, racing, mining Inspector and ed Administrator of the estate of examiner, fire marshals, pension and Mrs. Mary Mercer deceased. printing departments, military department, Home for Blind, Home for J. C. Ralph recently qualified as the Deaf, the Confederate Home, Administrator of the esato of Jas. M. Children's Home Societies, Home for Kalph deceased. Incurables, KentuckyNormal and Institute, the State exMarriage license since last report. Industrial and the State Board 111., periment station James Roy Vaughn, Chatham, Equalization. to Gonie Thomas, Olaton, Ky. . The payroll of the State, according C. F Whjteraan, Hartford, Ky., to to tho report ordered by the General Viola Grlfiln, Hartford. Assembly and Just completed by State Eddie Leo Douglas, Cromwell, Ky., Inspector and Examiner Nat B. to Addle Itonfrow, Cromwell. from Is $1,351,053.03, aside O. P. Crowdcr, Itoslne, Ky., to employes In some of certain part-tim- e Lucille St. Clair, Roslno. tho departments engaged by the day. John Lanham, Fordsvllle, Ky., to Some of these departments pay their Sallle Bland, Fordsville. own way. Added to the payroll besides those The Ohio County Board of Educathirty-fire- Circuit Judges and Monday are the tion was In sosslon on last thlrty-flr- o Commonwealth's Attornand Tuesday. The board at this meot-In- g eys, who bring the number of empurchased supplies for the various ployes up to 1,970 and the payroll to common schools for ensuing school year and attended to various other $1,53G,553.03. a fc business of importance. CHINESE PRESIDENT POISONED, t CAHLED TO SAN FRANCISCO HEAVY CASUALTY FOR IIIUTISlt DURING MAY San Francisco, Muy 30. Yuan Shi Kal, president of tho Chinese repubLondon, May 31. British casual- lic, has been poisoned and is In a ties In May wero much hoarier than critical condition, ncordlng to advices In either of tho two precdlng months. frqm Shanghai, recelred hero today Tho total from all fields of opera- at the headquarters of thejChlneso tion as compiled from published lists Republic Association. Is 1,767 olllcers und 28,470 men. from Peking Recent dispatches The total in March, including off- linve Indicated that the President was icers and men, was 20,424, and In seriously ill, but tho cause of his illApril 20,511. ness was not given. --o THOUGHT HE WAS ROCKING ROCKEFELLER'S HOME Monday Invasion Greece. The Bulgarian of Greek Macedonia has roached to Demlr-Hlssand from that town forces of Bulgnrs are said to bo making tholr way southeastward toward thtAegcan seaport of Kavalla, north-caof Salonlkl. Unofficial estimates place the number of the Invaders at 25,000. Along tho Struma River the Greeks have evacuated the forts of Rupel, Dragotln, Spatovo and Ivanovo to the Burglars, without offering resistance. Coincidental with the Bulgarian Invasion comes a report that the rejuvenated Serbian army the ancient enemy of tho Bulgars has landed the British at Salonlkl to and French troops already there. This force has been variously estimated at from SO, 000 to 100,000 officers and men. ar st Why We Are Opposing A Government Armor Plant To the People: i Some people say that the very fact that the Bethlehem Steel Company Is so aggressively fighting the proposal to build a Government armor plant is conclusive proof thnt the Company is seeking to assure for itself the "vast profits" derived from private manufacture. The fact is that armor muking is the least profitable feature of steel manufacture. The reason we oppose a Government plnnt is very simple. It is, this: Even though there is but little profit in the making of armor, we have invested over $7,000,000 in our armor plant; T , That plant x f is useless for any other purpose; if a Government plant is built tho ncss of our plant is destroyed. usoful- - j Occupation by tho French of portions of three craters formed by the explosion of German mines In the Argonne Is announced by Pari;. Regarding the battle for Verdun,- it reports a lively artillery duel to the west of the Meuse. In Upper Alsace the French checked two attempts of the Germans to advance near Alt- klrch. France. for' the Government at any price over and above the itctual shop cost, RATHER THAN SACRIFICE OUR ENTIRE INVESTMENT. Wc do not seek to save big profits; our purpose is very frankly to save our armor plant itself built solely for the me of the Government from going to the scrap heap. It would be pood business for us to make armor - Tue.dy Italy. Italians are holding back Austrlans from further advances in the Tyrol and Inflicting heavy losses on them by To do that, we arc prepared to agree for any period to any terms of manufacture which the Federal Trade Commission shall say absolutely protects the Government ,i of the United Stutcs. oA C1IAS. M. SCUWAD. Chairman EUGENE G. GIIACE, PnuJbit counter attacks. Bethlehem Steel Company France. Germans have captured from the 300 meters of trenches French near the village of Cumleres, on the Meuse. Fighting of the greatest. intensity Is reported around Hill 340 and between Cumleres and Le Mort Homme-- . brought before him, and said: "Joe, every time one of your older brothers gets Into trouble, you always come here and pay the fine. They should be looking after you Instead of you taking care of them. nt England. Since the commence- Where do you work now?" inquired ment of the war 550 persons have tho Judge. "In a woolen mill," your honor. been killed and 1,616 Injured in the "Did you come here to pay your British Isles by German attacks by sea and air, according to a statement brother's fine?" asked the Judge. Joe replied that that was his in made In Parliament by the British Home Secretary. AVednosday West Kentucky Farmers Praise Liquid Stock Feed I full-leng- th Franco. Two- - miles of French lines, from the southern ridge of Le Mort Homme to the Cumleres village, have been taken, according to Berlin reports partly confirmed by Paris, and the Germans have pressed, forward In the Thlaumont wood, northBerltn says 1,313 east of Verdun. prisoners have been taken. tention In coming to court. "How much money have you In tho bank, Joe?" "I've $40, your honor." "Well," said the court, "keep It there, I will not allow a little fellow like you to pay this man's fine. Go home and I will turn your brother Louis out of Jail on Wednesday." ville Post. You Can Do as Well or Better. Beats Feeding Corn Ten to One. Yewoll, of Owcnsboro, Mr. sayu: Have been feeding liquid stock feed to hogs for 12 months. Never fed anything at samo price its feed value. equal to In one month saved $60.28 on 17 head of hogs. Greatest boon to Daviess County farmers In 20 years. E. H. Yowell, R. F. D. one-tent- h ' I SHERIFF'S SALE. No. 2. Mr. Dean, of Waltman, says: Dr. Keene, of Owcnsboro, say 8: Best investment I ever made was In feeding jour liquid con ccntrated stock feed. Fattened hogs at less than one-ha-lf of what It would cost mo to feed corn. Pity our farmers did not get on to It before. If anybody doubt3 mo let him wrlto mo. It. P. Keone. Mr. Dutschko, of Holt, says: money-making Se-we- ll, . New York, May 31. Carrying a leather bag filled with stones Searbes R. Fowrdbes, a wood carver of Yonk-er- s, N. Y., stopped In front of tho homo of William K. Vandorbilt, on Fifth avenue today and begau to CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Always bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years Vfe&k Italy. The Austrlans have begun J. H. Thomas, plaintiff. My bogs made gain of 1.9S0 Your concentrated liquid hog vs. pounds after 'eating 122 barrels another attack In the Poslna region. proposifeed is a of your concentrated liquid feed. To tho south they were repulsed J. Key Foster, defendant. 'than 3c tion at the present prico of hogs. Produced pork at less By virtue or tne power vested In after a desperate struggle, according Send mo 150 barrels moro at a pound. Accept my thanks. mo by the Commonwealth of Kento Rome. onco. J. F. Dutschko. W. S. Dean"! tucky and by Issuance from the Ohio Russia. An offensive northeast of Circuit Court, Kentucky, on May IS, Mr. Strong, of Owcnsboro, says: Augustlnhof resulted In the Teutons 1916, of Vendl Exponas No. 817 In Have been using your liquid stock feed as hog food for some time. Foniid It perfectly satisfactory. R. T. Strong, R. F. D. No. 5. being drlren back to their trenches. favor of tho aforesaid plaintiff, J. H. Thomas vs. aforesaid J. Key FostWrite us for full particulars about this Greek Macedonia. Tho Germans er for the sum of $493.75, together trtily wonderful feed for your hogs with C per cent thereon from tho are with the Bulgarians in an 29th day of August, 1913, until paid which, according to Berlin, is made as a protection against a sur- and tho further sum of $36.75 costs; inc. and the cost of colectlon and cost prise attack being planned. of this sale as well; I, or one of my OWENSBORO, KY. deputies, will on Monday, Juno 5th, ThurMlay MoIco. Immediate withdrawal of 1916 at tho court house door In Hart- 1 Ky-- , at about the hour of the American expeditionary force In ford, o'clock p. m. offer for sale at public Mexico is asked In tho latest note outcry to the highest and best bidly set himself, particularly as confrom Gen. Carranza, handed to SecLIFE retary Lansing yesterday. The docu- der upon a credit of threo months a DEATH ENDS cerned the natural resources. or so ment declares that two bodies of ono half undivided interest, ' During his active supervision of much thereof as will be necessary to OF R. R. BUILDER tho Great Northern system, Mr. Hill American troops hare entered Mexproduce plaintiff's debt, Interest and ico without the consent of the do oversaw almost every detail, to tho costs, tho following described facto Government, and this action all wonder of nil employees with whom property, cannot be considered other than In(Continued from First Page.) ho camo In contact. A fugitive instanA certain lot or parcel of ground vasion, and that the professed friendce of his recognition In his own counwith tho Improvements thereon, sitly attitude of the American Govern-megetting American wheat and flour In- try Is tho story of a tourist who deIn the town of Hartford, Counhas been contradicted by these uated ty of Ohio, and State of Kentucky, to Japan and China, where rice was clares that thero aro afloat In tho acts. It Is also alleged that much Swedish section of tho northwest upat the intersection of Washington tho staple food. of the trouble which has beset tho His faith In tho far east was re- wards of 10,000 different stories in and Clay streets, and being a part of Constitutionalists Is duo to the work lot No. 61 as designated by the re- warded as liberally as that in tho Swedish dialect with "Yem Hell" as of unpunished plotters who have It Is' estimated that tho tho" centerpiece. Patrons of his lines corded plot of said town and bound- northwest. In the United States, and tho have liked unddlsllked him in rapid Pacific fleet now carries nearly ed as follows: virtual embargo on shipments of muworth of products to tho alternation, for It was his point to Beginning at tho intersection of nitions Into Mexico. have his way, not only where his road tho streets aforesaid; thence running Orlont every yoar. While Mr. Hill built up for himself should run, but where his patrons binding on Washington street and France. French troops at Lo Mort 85 M: feet to a stako, a corner of lot and his associates an Immense for- should settle. This was part of I1I3 Verdun, after Homme, northwest of tune, ho also helped to creato for tho ocon6mlc policy. Ho carried out a o willed by C. J. Lawton to Miss a spirited attack, have captured a Klein; thenco at right angles and sottlcrs along his lines a wealth of singular regularity In tho location of strongly organized position on tho with a line of Miss Salllo Klein 113 over five billion dollars In real prop- branch lines, giving n minimum of slopes, capturing 225 prisoners and feet to a stake, thenco at right angles erty, which is represented by tho short lines on which light trains wero seven machine guns. Tho town of u parallel lino with Washington St., valuo of tho 400,000 farms and their unavoidable. The principal text of Avocourt and Hill 304 aro under 85 Vs feet to a stako on tho edgo of 65,000,000 acrts of Improved land. his railway gospel was low grades, heavy bombardment. Upon Ills retirement at 69, ,thn heavy power, largo capacity cars, and Clay street; thenco with the edgo to O. M. Barnett by J. F. Hendricks and "streak of rust'' ho had bought 30 big train loads on tho main lines, and Italy. Austrlans have taken ad- L. J. Hendricks, which deed Is of years beforo, had expanded to moro ho began to preach this at a tlmo ditional points of vantage from tho record In deed book 10, pago 107, than 6,000 miles and It was earning when theso things were held as visItalians. Austrlans claim ,to have Ohio County Clerk's Office, and samo gross profits of moro than $6Q,000,-00- 0 ionary by most railroad men. captured 31,082 Italians and 298 can- property conveyed to John D. Foster a year, and carrying 15,000,000 In contrast with tho late E. II. non during tho present offensive. who outdid htm In tho extent by C. M. Barnett and wlfo September tons of freight annually. Ho still re4, 1899, and which deed Is of record tained a hand. In, tho Great Northerns of railway ownership, Mr. Hill was Russia. Potrograd announces that in deed book 19, pago G27. Ohio Co. policy as chairman of tho board of not only tho financial head, but the Invaders were ejected after they had Court Clerk's Office. directors, while his son Louis, who practical head, of his great railway captured a Russian position at Tho Interest levied on herein be- had worked up from the humblest po- system. Ho was the chief promoter ing the same property Inherited by J. sition of his father's railroad, becamo and president of tho Northern Securities company, organized with a purNoy Foster from his 'father, John B. president. The secret of the Hill success was pose to bring tho Northern Pacific WOULDN'T LET HOY Foster. PAY llROTIIER'S FINE The purchaser will bo required to no secret at all, according to Mr. and Great Northern under one ownoxocute- bond with good and suffi- Hill, and he had no now recipes to ership, to which such opposition deWhile trying thocasb of John Cain, cient security immediately after the offer. "Tho man with the big oppor- veloped that a suit was brought In tunity today," lw said, "Is the man in the United States circuit court, which arrested for drunkenness and dis- sale. Given under my hand, this the tho rnnVu " Tlnt'ltm oprrpf nf fnllura decided that the acquisition was an orderly couduct, Judge Boldrlck 18th day of May, 1916. he frequently declared to be extrava-- 1 Illegal combination noticed tho presence of Cain's affirmed in S. O. KEOWN, gance. He regarded this as a nation- March 1904 by tho Unltod States subrother in the court Sheriff Ohio County, Ky. al tendency, against which he strong premo court. room. He caused the boy to bo ". ad-ran- Glenmore Distilleries Co., ' to-wl- t: nt $50,-000,0- Sal-ll- liar-rlma- n, Diar-bek- r. - - sixteen- -year-old