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The Hartford republican: June 9, 1916 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 hao1916060901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 9, 1916 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Z)c Mattfoxb tfrtflMUML Fine Job Work. VOL. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year' No. 49 ROOSEVELT GETS XXVIII. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1916. . ( ing to an unsigned wireless message AND BULL from tho Bteamer Somcr to the UnitG. ed States cruiser Raleigh at this port. to the Tho massacro, according MOOSE AT WORK message, occurcd yesterday. Tho strikers, It was said, had threatened to burn tho petroleum works and tho Peruvian Government was reported KEYNOTE SPEECHES SOUNDED unablo to cope with tho situation, AND CONVENTIONS A HE which was considered grave. ORGANIZED. The messago stated that communication with Talara had been Interrupted and reuested that tho RaleHUGHS HAS BEST CHANCE igh proceed thero to tho relief of foreign residents. Tho Raleigh probably will not bo ablo to respond, as, according to tho JiiHtlrc Loomi Strong Progressives warship's officers, tho vessel Is under Wiuit Roosevelt Mnjr Ho orders to remain hero. Dark Horse. Tnlnra Is tho center of tho Peruvian oil fleld and a number of largo It Is reflnorlos are located thero. GOO miles north of Callao. Chicago, Juno 7. Two convou; tlons assembled in Chicago y thought 1SEECH HARGIS FREE ami ono man dominated tho of both of them. In tho ono, his in Obtaining nniuo was mentioned as a prelude to Mother Ptirolu for the Uoy. a demonstration that, lasted an hour itud n half. In tho other, tho menFrankfort,' Ky Juno 7. Dcech tion of his name would have precipitated crisis. The freo convention, Hargls, 27 years old, was paroled r composed of Progressives, was ono from tho Frankfort penitentiary yesLexington to Ho left for of the most enthusiastic gatherings terday. over held, but its inlluenco Is merely Join his mother, Mrs. Louella Hargls, tecatlvo; it can only destroy. The who has been ill in a hospital there. Hnrgls killed his father, Judge Jas. bound convention, composed of Republicans, was dull and spiritless, Hargls, at Jackson In February, 1908 but Its Influence is positive; it can while tho noted feud leader was After two rebuild provided tho ono man says standing In his store. the word. trials, being defended by the late Tho man is Theodore Roosevelt Senator W. O. Bradley, young Hargls and ho has not yet said tho word was convicted and sentenced to tho that means tho difference between ponltentlary for life. He was refor President ceived hero in March, 1910: nn easy During tho six years ho has been V.'ilscn and a contest that will echo through American history. Tho fo- in prison his mother has been concus of tho Chlui'.o convention is at stantly trying to obtain his pardon oyster Hay; the news must come or parole. His release is on condition Irom there. that ho will never touch a drop of Another man, a secondary charac- Intoxicating ltquon ter In this situation, has maintainAs tho young, man belongs to tho ed silence alBO. He is Charles E. wealthy'' Day family 'through his Hughes, tho probablo nominee of tho mother, ho has been promised emRepublican convention unless cer- ployment and says he intends to tain negotiations now in progross spend the remainder of his life makculminate in a very unexpected way. ing amends for his mistakes In tho as past. While in prison he was. an His followers, determined they havo determined for months, efficient aid to the hospital corps. to proceed to Hughes' nomination Friday or Saturday without regard COMPENSATION LAW to tho action of tho Progressive conUPHELD KY COURT vention; and the bulk of tho delegates to tho Progressive convention Frankfort, Ky., Juno G. The proposo to proceed with tho nomina- Court of Appeals declared tho worktion of Roosevelt. men's compensation law constitutionTho radical Progressive strategists al. bellovo that, if they nominate RooseTho opinion holds tho law In keepvelt and the Republicans nominate ing with tho court's direction as to Hughes, tho Justice will decline the how far tho Legislature might go factional tender, throw open the Re- under tho decision on tho 1914 act, publican convention to pandemonium which held that act unconstitutional. and permit Roosevelt himself or Ono provision only was left In doubt, somo man of his personal choice to that which provides that alien widcarry the fusion banner. The Hughes ows and orphans will receive only strategists hellevo that, If they nom- half tho amount which tho law proinate their man on a certain platform vides for defendants of workmen and ho makes a certain typo of accep- killed by accident. The Court declintance speech, Roosovolt will got off ed to pass on that, but said that. If It tho track and support tho Justice. should prove unconstitutional when A new spirit began to Invade tho a case conies up Involving It, It Many Republican ranks would not affect tho validity of tho hitherto conservative leaders de- act as a whole. clared tho- - situation "Intolerable" t and proposed to begin balloting tomorrow night. They talk of forcing Tuesday evening tho marriage of tho Issue of "calling tho bluff." favor this. Pen-ros- o MIs3 Mary Elizabeth Felix, daughter Uornh and others hangs hack. Tho aggresslves of Mr. F. L. Felix of tho Hartford Beckham talk of putting llfo into tho Repub- Herald, and Mr. Charles solomnlzed of Knlskern, of Boston, was lican convention Loiils-vlllspreading the word that tho lashed In tho Puritan Apartments In Tho wedding colors wero pink delegates may cheer. d It amounts almost to a movo to and white and the room wns.decornt-cIn accord. defy tho undeniable, to beard tho Backed by an alter of palms and Colonel. They aro mustering their ferns the Rev. J. S. Lyon, of Atlanta, they courngo Tho Gn., performed tho ceremony. may bo scared again. brldo was attended by Mrs. Herrlck A fow leaders on both sldeB, and poworful leaders, too, nro negotia- Johnson, of Louisville, as matron of ting and conferring. Various re- honor, and Miss Leila Glenn, of Hartports uro at largo concerning tho pro ford as maid of honor, and was given Senators J in marrlngo by her father. Tho groom gress of theso conferences. Penrose, llorah and Lodgo, on tho nttonded by Mr. S. S. Benian, of Dougono sldo, and Georgo W. Perkins, on Chicago, as best man, and Mr. other, aro hopeful that they aro las Felix, of Washington, and Mr. tho going to solvo tho tangle and recon- Robert S. Trlplott, of Owensboro, as Former ushers. Miss Margaret Crepps Wlck-llff- o cile tho lrreconcllablcs. acted as flower girl and tho ring Smoot do Senator Crauo and Senator not bollove It can bo dono In that bearer was Master Hamilton Duncan, way. A harmony Committee Is pro- both of Greenville Tho bride woro a coBtumo of white posed, Its duUes to agree on a mutually ac- satin and tulle made with a court and a platform ceptable. It had not been appoint- train and trimmed with pearls. A the convention wreath of oraugo blossoms held the ed early Courier-Journa- l. veil In place. Sho carried a shower may appoint It boquet of white roses and 0. P. SOME SPRING CALLERS ""7 MEAT OVATION AT NAME MENTION OF rt COLONEL'S PROGRESSIVE CON VENTION TURNS LOOSE. LASTS HOUR AND HALF New Mexico Asks, President, Where Would Villa Be?" Chicago, 111., June 7. Theodore Roosevelt! The "amo was mentioned first today in the Progressive National Convention by Raymond Rob Ins in his keynote speech. Teodoro Roosevelt the cry. wai taken up by a spectator In the gallery. Theodore Roosevelt! All over tho great auditorium the name rose in one mighty shout and a demonstration, such as can be provoked by no other name In American public life, was on in the Progressive National Convention. Cheer followed cheer; flags waved; hats and handkerchiefs were thrown Into the air and thousands of throats let loose cheer after cheer. The band was playing, but only the motion of the bass drummer as he swung his arm gave out lntlxmv tlon of it to the audience. Not A note could be heard.' Cheering Unabated. Minute after minute the cheering continued. For half an hour It went on unabated, while the proceedings of the convention came to a fialti Forty-fiv- e minutes went by and It showed no signs of subsiding. And all the world knew that the Progressive National Convention was" for Theodore Roosevelt first, last and all the time. As the demonstration proceeded, delegation after delegation formed In line and marched thru the aisles of the auditorium. The State delegations nearest the stage marched across behind the speaker's rostrum, Jostling tho noted Progressives gathered there. The movement for Americanism and preparedness, as expressed by Teodoro Roosevelt, was reflected In the inscriptions on the banners carried by the marchers. Particularly striking were the bannered slogans of the Western States and more especially those bordering on Mexico. Texas and New Mexico In the were especially vociferous general clamor, "We want Teddy." "No Second Choice." The New Mexico delegation carried Inscriptions: the banners with "Columbus, Now Mexico, Wants Teddy for President," and "If Roosevelt Were President, Whero Would Villa Bo?" Other banners wero inscribed: "No Compromise," "Wo Have No Second Choice" and "Teddy Will Not Pussyfoot." Tho demonstration continued for minutes, ono hour and thirty-thre- e thereby establishing a record for sustained applause in an American political meeting. The complete time from tho beginning after Robins had declared Roosovelt tho "foremost American citizen" to tho moment when ho was able to rcsurao his keynote speech was ono hour and forty minutes. The longest period of applauso heretofore was the demonstration, lasting n minutes, which was given Roosovelt at the Progressive Convention of 1912. Louisville Herald. flfty-sove- "If Roosevelt Were" to-da- (Copyright.) ! ? INDIAN WANTS TO DIE IN TRENCHES SIR PARTAII SINGH, 71 YEARS OLD, JOINS SOLDIERS IN FRANCE. ' to-da- y, Fellx-KiiUkcr- n. o. London, June 6. Sir Partab Singh, the famous soldier of India, wants to die in the trenches if ho has to die, and, although the Indian troops havo gone from France to other fighting zones, Sir Partab has returned to the western front at his own request. This veteran Indian fighter, 71 years of age, comes of tho mighty Rajput warriors and since youth has followed the life of a soldier. An Indian writer in one of London's newspapers, in telling tho story of Sir Partab, says: "Thirty-eigh- t years ago, Sir Par-ta- b went to Kabul ns a member of the mission that was sent there. Nineteen years later he accompanied the Mohmand expedition as extra aid de camp to Gen. Ellis. The next year he served In tho samo capacity with Gen. Lockhart In the Tlrah campatgn on tho Indian Northwest frontier. While serving in the last campaign ho recolved a wound In the hand, which In fact, with his characteristic stoicism, ho hid from everybody until the general noticed it and ordered the doctor to attend it Just In time to avoid blood poisoning. When tho Indian troops woro being sent to assist In quelling tho Boxer rebellion In China, Sir Partab persuaded Lord Curzon, tjjen viceroy and governor general of India, to let him accompany tho expeditionary force. While serving In China tho maharaja learned to hato tho Prussians, who went out of their way to treat him and other Indian rulers as J "coolies." "Sir Partab is as good an administrator ns ho is a soldier. His administrative genius has been demonstrated by the work that ho did In Jodhpur a state more than threo times tho slzo of Belgium and with k about as many Inhabitants as during his two terras of regency and another as prlmo minister of that state. His rule over Idar, a etno In tho Bombay presidency 2090 square: miles in area, extending from 1002 to 1911, was also progressive nn.t enlightened. He voluntarily abdicated thp gadl (throne)' of Idar in favor of his adopted boh. Don-mar- can-dlda- to douod by all hands on October 27. Shackleton and his crew reached COL. HERT SELECTED Elephant Island on April 14 In boats, suffafter a series of privations-anFOR COMMITTEEMAN .: erings In the drift Ice, several of the party being then, on tho verge of physical collapse. Owing to the seriousness of the HEAVRIN DESERTS McCULLOOH CAMP AND VOTES FOR food situation and the impossibility LOUISVILLE MAN. finding any very satisfactory campof ing place on the bleak coast, Shackle-to- n decided to make an effort to reach distant, South. Georgia, 760 miles Chicago, 111., Juno 7. The eleleaving the main party on Elephant ment favoring the election of A. T. Island In charge of Frank Wild, tho Hert, of Louisville, as National Comsecond in command. mitteeman to succeed Col. John W. Lieut. Shackleton left on April 24 McCulloch, of Owensboro, was vicwith five volunteers. Then ensued torious by a narrow, but sufficient a fortnight of terrible struggles margin, in the organization of the against blizzards and other difflcul-- r Kentucky delegation to the Repub ties, but finally the west coast of lican National Convention here to, Georgla was sighted. day. mighty effort lasting two! The ."Hert "adherents won every After a days they succeeded In beaching their point at issue in today's organizaboat, and four days later arrived tion proceedings, including the elecat the head of King Haakon Bay. On ' tion of Mr. Hert by an affirmative May 19 they started to cross the Is-- J vote' of thirteen and one-hal-f. The land, reaching the Stromness whaling supporters of Col. McCulloch declinstation on May 20. There they ob- ed to vote on the ground that a valid Norkeglan whal-- . and regular election of a National tained an eighty-to- n er for nn attempt to relieve tho men Committeeman already has taken I left behind. Today's proceedings were place. Tho whaler started south with a' out of order, thoy contend. The voluntary crew on May 26, but thoyj fight will be carried beforo tho Nafound the Ice too formidable for an tional Committee by them. unprotected boat, and after several I The tlgnt, which has been occupyattempts reluctantly decided to turn ing tho attention of the. Kentucky I north for assistance to the Falklands. delegates to the exclusion of more The party on. tho beach at Elo-- 1 ' imporant matters, was precipitated pliant Island were all well when in tho meeting thus morning by a resShackleton left on April 24. They Congressman olution offered by had five weeks' provisions, with tho Caleb Powors, of the Eleventh Dispossibility of these by trict. After Maurice Galvln, of Covtho capturo of seals. ington, a friend of Col. McCulloch, Tho work of tho expedition to ' had moved that tho meeting proceed date, says Lieut. Shackleton, Includes to Powors tho work of organization. tho discovery of 200 miles of new moved to amend so that the election coast lino, n complete hydrologlcal of a National Committeeman might survey of the Weddoll Sea, tho elim be taken up. ination of South Greenland from tho Powers Amendment Cnrrlcs. map, magnetic and continuous meteorological observations, importTho Powers ameudment carried ant biological observations, cinema by a vote of 14 to 12. In tho elecrecords to October 30, and photo- tion which followed Mr. Hert got graphic rccodrs up to date votes for nathirteen and one-hational committeeman. Old Squirrel Lmv Chained Thoso who voted for Col. Hert for The squirrel season, which has National Committeeman were: John been opening every year on Juno 15, W. Lnngley, A. E. Wlllson, Caleb was changed by tho last session of Powers, William Marshall Bullitt, the legislature and will not open this Phil H. Brown, half a vote each; year until July 1. All porsons killing Robert Pearson, E. C. Anderson, T. squirrels beforo July 1 will be sub- - C. Jackson, M. L. Heavrln, Judgo Ject to a tine, and tno gamo wardens William Krleger, of Louisville, proxy throughout the otato havo been nqtt-fle- d for Col. Hert; William Heyburn, W. by the department at Frankfort C. Black, Ludlow F. Petty, James A. to bo on tho lookout for thoso violat- Williams, G. Sherman Cooper and ing tho law. J. M. Roblson. I lf , . - FIVE SHOT AS RESULT OF NEGRO ATTACKING WOMAN y. SHACKLKTON TELLS OF ANARCTIO EXPEDITION London, June 5. A long dispatch from Lieut. Sir Ernest Shackleton, who has arrived at Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, describes the misfortunes which overtook his Antarctic expedition. Ills ship Endurance was pierced; by Icebergs and sank in the WeddelJ Sea on November 20, having been aban- - Many attended the ceremony from a distance. After a reception following the Corlnto, Nicaragua, by radio to ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Knlskern left trip before going San Diego, Cal., Juno 5. A number for a honey-moo- n of American citizens and British sub- to Swampscott, Mass., whero they jects have been killed at Talara, .Peru will spend the summer. They., will by striking employes of-- the London- - ( reside In Brookll'ne, Mass,, after Pacific Petroleum Company, accord- AMERICANS MASSACRED IN STRIKE IN PERU Lexington. Ky., Juno 4. Five per sons were shot here following an nl- leced attack by a negro upon Mrs. A. A. Robertsen nt her home In Lex ington's exclusive residential section. Tho police claim that tho negro, who shot Mrs. is as yet unidentified, t Robertson through tho neck, seriousExpect T. R. in Chicago. ly wounding her. Tho police were Land For Sale! Chicago, Juno 7, The impression notified and with a posse of citizens I will offer for sale to tho highest that Roosovelt will entered the home. They were met and best bidder at mw farm ono mile Bpread and best bidder nt mv farm ono mile be In Chicago beforo tho convention with a fusillade of shots from the acre on Saturday, Juno 24, 1916, at( ends. W. P. Jackson, a standpat negro's gun, Detective James Stuart 10 o'olock a. m. Will sell in a, 10 Republican National Committeeman receiving a probably fatal wound, Glls-dor- f, and 20 acre lots. This Is good farm-- , from Maryland, wired the Colonel while Frank Corbln and W. J. both prominent citizens, were .demanded' his presing land. A barn 44x44 feet. A that tho situation The posse re house with stone chimney. Terms ence and urged that he come to Chl seriously wounded. Republican turned the fire and the negro dropp--e- d cago and address the made known on day. ofsle. with several bullets through his waujr ui nuumin conxeniion. LCuLOEY. , .. body. He U reported dying. urging'hlm to come. friend are 49t3 . Route 4., Hartford, Ky. ht ;rr:iii;i-ij.v- i Wlj-- l ' AT LAST! his report until after tho postofnea appropriation bill containing tho provisions Mr. Dlakcslco objected to ia disposed of. ' y SHS Elfet Contend lSTlnMPraetJ Sffl&A Why Knduro Summer Colds? It Isn't necessary to hnvo n stuffed head, running noso. To cough your head off aa It wcro. All you need do Is to itso Dr. IlolI'sPInc-Tar-Hone- y balsams The soothing and healing open tho clogged air passages und In a short llmo you get relief and start on tho road to recovery. Your noso stops running, you cough less and you know you nro getting bettor. Got Keep what a bottle, use as directed. Is left as a cough and cold Insur2 ance. -- a- CASTORIA For Infants and Childron. -- .': Rife 5SH ". Mothers Know That Genuine Castorla Ai.cin.ui. noti .iii rrvT. limjlheSUttlisawll" sfaiulalinilhcftodonJfoH Always Bears the Rifrnnf.nrA ADMIKAL HOOD M'HOTK VIKWM OX THK AVAH e Montgomery, Ala., June 4. of similarity of names, Kdltor Horn iica Hood of tho Montgomery Journal and Admiral Horace Hood, lost on tho cruiser Invincible, sunk In tho big naval battle, have lmd considerable correspondence Admiral wifo and Hood has an Amorlcan plnnnod to visit America after the war, and regretted hd was not able to aocopt Kdltor Hood's invitation to Tho letter folvisit montgoniory. lows: "H. M. S. Invincible. At Sen. April 22, 1016. Horace Hood. Esq., Montgomery, Ala., IT. S. A. Dear Sir: After a Journey or Hourly six mouths your last letter of Nov. 1 reached ni safely just before I left port two days ago. "I cannot thank you enough for tho good wishes it contains good wishes, tiint I quite understaild, because I know the United States well. "It may Interest you to know that I have "nn American wifo and an American stopson, and you may be suro I appreciate to the fullest extent your letter and the spirit in which it was written. "I hope to visit tho rutted State after the war, though I fear that I shall no get as far boitth as Alabama; my wife's people and friends are at Itoston and the middle west. "I was, as you say in your letter, a long time on the Ilelgian coast, but when the German rush at Calais had stopped, the ships were no more use lTOO0lhC. Ot)ium.Morj)luucitarfJ"ai':' "rumiit '6"" of AAH AWiF III e W !i .fifcJ Ii "?.sSSi iO1"-- " nonito.iwlRfiti: jatStaakslnaluiot Collar. liCiizi Ly. NT.W r B ft Si Use L 9 nJ Ul ft UVDI J J 5M fi ka ittisx&tZVVtFK&m v"V;rs1 VtVMItU Thirty Years i ...&;. : Cc.yriKlit.) IFFICES'S TALK STILL A FACT! StANll'KSTOS USKl) IV FHKNCH '"' TO KNCOUK.ltiE MKN IX J5ATO.K. ! under the flro of the enemy. CONGRESS WILL HARK The harangues of regimental offto. their men In this war have icer TIME FOR TWO WEEKS only in rare Instances come to the knowledge of the general public Perhaps they have been preserved ns were those of Caesar and Napoleon to enrich tho military history of the oxi.y itonixi: nrsiXKHs will UK TKAXSAITHD DUK1XG epoch, but thus far those that ha-COXVKXTlONrf. known are the proclamations become in orders of generals, about the most e liNau Cory of VranTC. TMt etr.TsuneoMxr e" oofkcity. iiS3SS5iHE3S35;5S issgaassreafrTBffai ffOUicnv WERE USED BY NAPOLEON Cett. JoiTro's Orders of tlic Day Tte- hcinldo Those of the "I.lttlo General." An lie en ancient institution that has put to use with certain id the In the present war harangue at officers to tho troops. In modlfl-rbtlcef !lie ilaya when tho general-in-chlof an army was able to pass up and down. the lines and talk personally to the soldiers, his address was considered quite as useCui as the preacher's pleading. hcrnion or the lawyer's Bven in Napoleon's time tho general's Jiaraiiguc had been transformed into a proclamation or order of the day by reason of tho impossibility for the genoral-ln-chie- f to come into contact with men. spread over considerable fronts. Napoleon's manlfeatos were placarded around all tho bivouacs. Points or resemblance to them have boeu picked out of some of Joffre's orders of the day. The latter's proclamation before the battle of the Tflarne, .In which he declared that troops that could not gather further qround should "hold iheir positions at whatever cost and die upon tho (pot rather than give way," is compared to the proclamation issued by n Xopoleou at the opening of the campaign in 1815, in which ho tafd: "For every Frenchman who has come to vanquish or perish." Again Joffre's proclamation to tho Alsaciaus after the French had reconquered a o considerable portion of tho lost is compared to Napoleon's declaration to tho Italian people. "Our return Is dual, you are French France brings you, with the liberties that she has always respect for your liberty, the liberty of Alsaclans, tho respect for traditions of your convictions, of 1 represent France, your customs. you are Alsace. I bring you tho embrace of tho French people," said Napoleon bald to tho ItalJottre. ians: "People of Italy, tho French army has come to break your chains, Vhe French people is tho friend of all people. Hecelvo them with confidence; your property, your religion nd your customs shall bo respected." Since tho transformation of the general's harangue Inlo ii proclamation It Is generally tho colonel or tho captain upon whom devolves tho responsibility or haranguing tho soldiers in person. Tho colonel of a regiment during tho retreat of Charl-arfound it expedient to raise tho ipirlts of his men, somowhal demoralized by continued orders to retreat The "Halt! Krectl" ho ordered. command was repeated all along tho line, and tho entire regiment was on its feot. "Soldiers," tho colonel Uou((l, "to retire Is not to lleo. It is necessary to bo able to run ahead una has the qnomy behind, livery-liqd- y FU bayonets! attention! Curry arms!" Tho regiment under the orders of tho colouol went through tho cutlro manuol of arms Ucl-glapro-Ttncd, oi conspicuous of which was the famous "I proclamation of Gen. Gallleni: have received orders to defend Paris against the Invader. That mission I shall fill to tho very end. s "Hit Tho Darkey" Those who enjoy breaking pipes, pelting a darkey with baseballs, and like amusemetns, will find iu this game dovlsed by Sidney It. Lamb of New York City an equally humorous and convenient Indoor substitute for originals. thu various "throw-stick- " Tho return ball ringed in the noso of the grinning dude that serves as a target is aimed at ten teoth made to hang Independently and to disappear when struck by the ball. Of course the winner count3 the highest number of successful shots. "Wonders of Today," National Magazine. -- A -- ACTING GOVKKNOtt M.W I'AItDOX HEXltV VOUTHKV l'arb, Ky., June 5. current here that when v. and Liout.-GoLouis as delegates to the National Democratic Convention, and State Senator Thomas A. Combs, as president pro tern, of the Senate become noting Governor, that strong Influence will be brought to bear upon him in an effort to secure a pardon for Henry Youtboy. who Is serving a life term of Imprisonment for complicity in tho murder of Gov. Goebel. It Is alleged that Senator Combs is strong ly In favor of the pardon of Youtsey and that ho signed the petition to a few weeks since. Gov. Stanley Friends of George Alexander, the couvictod Paris banker, also are said to be contemplating laying his case before the Acting Governor with tha hope that ho may exorcise executive clemency. Dowel Complaints in India. In a lecture ut ono of tho Des Molue.s, Iowa, churches a missionary from India told of going Into the interior of India, where ho was takei sick, that ho had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlrrhoea Remedy with him and bolleved that It saved his life. This remedy is used successfully In India both us a preYou ventive and euro for cholera. may know from this that it can be depended upon for tho milder forms of bowel complaint that occur in this country. Obtainable everywhere m (Jots Ktato Money. Carlisle. Ky., May 28. County Judge Jumcs Mitchell reports that ho has received from tho State Koad Department a check: for f7.039.78, which la Nicholas county's portion of Stute-al- d funds for the year. This Is tho net amount of State money to bo applied on the roads this year, all olher expenses to coma out of tho State fund having been paid. The county Is now engaged tn building model roads under State aid on six of the principal roads of the county. .Nicholas A rumor is Gov. Stanley Illack both go to St. CASTO Rl A Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Washington, Juno 4. Under a:i agreement .to permit senators and representatives to attend the national political conventions, Congress will do little but mark time during the coming two weeks. Tho senate will not meet until Thursday, and then only to recess after complying with i there. "I am now In charge of a cruiser the constitutional provision limiting I squadron. recess periods. While the House will "I fear there Is a great deal to do continue its daily sessions, only roubeforo the war Is over; many more tine business will be considered and battles will bo fought, many more the proceedings will bo virtually on a lives will be lost. unanimous consent basis. "It is a curious comment on civiliScores of members of both houses zation, but it Is none tho less true already havo left for Chicago, and country (in no Democratic enough more probably will go to St. that which I include Great Uritian) can Louis later In the week to reduce ever be prepared for war, because the at the capitol to the small- people will not approve of the great est percentage It has reached during expenditure necessary years before any session of Congress for several war is due. Germany spent milyears. Speaker Clark, Democratic the lions of pounds In ammunition and Leader Kltchin and Republican Leadsecret service which never appeared er Mann, however, have announced in any estimates, and she could aftheir intention of remaining here. ford to do so, because she intended The House will take up miscellan- war to come during i9H or thereeous unanimous consent bills tomorrow, including probably the confer- abouts. "I must not take up your time. ence report on the Oregon and Cali"With my ncucwed thanks and my fornia railroad land grant measure. best regards, I remain, yours very Tuesday the diplomatic and consular truly, "HORACE HOOD, Rear Adappropriation bill will come up, and miral." after It Is disposed of the pension and fortifications bills will be considered. It is already evident that tnrac of the How's This? appropriation hills will fail to get Ws offer One Hundred Dollars past both houses by June 30, the end of the present fiscal year, and that a Reward for any case of Catarrh Joint resolution will have to be pass- that cannot be cured by Hall's ed to extend current appropriations. Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo, O. Ways and means committee DemoWe, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe crats aro working dally on tho ad- him perfectly honorable In all business able ministration general revenue bill, but transactloni and financiallyby his to carry Arm. out any obligations matin NATIONAL BANKPF COMMERCE. Its detals probably will not be anaro Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Toledo, O. nounced until tho conventions Internally, the blood and muhowever, acting directly upon system. over. It is understood, cous surfaces of tho Testimonials! that the committee probably will ap- sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold alt prove a bill Increasing tho surtax on byTalcs DruKglKts. Ilall'i rmllv Fills for conitlpttloa. incomes, taking iu Inheritances and war munitions, abolishing tho prcsontl stamp taxes and creating a tariff GKUMA.V.AMKHH'AXH KOIl "AMKKK'A KHtST" commission. The military appropriation bill New York, Juno 5. The celebravirtually has been completed In com- tion of Amorlcan Liberty dny by mittee and will bo reported after tho German-Americaconventions with a total of $157.-- J Itellef and 000,000, If an estimate of $1,500,-00Societies.- held In the new Sheops-hoa- d by Secretary Just submitted was Sunday Hay Speedway linker, for citizen training camps to participated In by 20,000 persons Mississippi-Sacramentadopted. The mid witnessed by many thousand rivers Hood control bill, passed by more. tho House, is beforo the Sonato comTho demonstration was declared to merce committee, which Is expected a protest against "the attempt to early report to tho Sen- he to make an question our loyallty because of a ate. natural sympathy with tho land of There also will bo some Informal our forefathers in a struggle for meetings of other Senate committees The speakers read resoChairman existence." during the conventions. lutions advocating adequate preTillman of tho naval committee will paredness und the principle of confer with other mcnibors over the "America first." naval appropriation bill and will urge provision for six battle cruisers Forethought. and two battleships instead of flvo People are learning that a little and no battleships, as battle cruisers provided in the measure as it passed forethought often saves thorn big tho House. Members of tho post- expense Hero is an Istanco: K. V. 'I ofllco committee aro waiting for a Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes report from Postmastor General nurl-eso- n do not bellove that our family has regarding tho activities of As- been without Chamberlain's CoMc sistant Postmaster General lllakesleo Cholera and Dlarrhooa Heinedy since In seeking, to defeat legislation re- we commenced keeping house years garding rural froo delivery service. ago. When we go on nu extended It was said tonight, however, that visit wo tako it with us." Obtainable m tho postmaster general might dolay everywhere. n, Irish-Americ0, o No Money inAdvnnco lion Guur nu i o 1 LoweniNet Ii n m i Tnrins SntlHfoc iano i Fa of ?y Fr icon A ,i t Savlug ot SlOO to P A GTARCK S2 0 0 Fnc From ory Direct Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 Uava' frco trial. In your home. No cash ravnent required. All wu ak Is Hint you will flay uion. use Ine not and test this piano for 30 days. If. at the end of that time, you do you llnd Itever have lil sliest crado, tnveetcxt toned and tlnost pUno In every way, that wn will. In that seen for the money, you aru at iKjrfec liberty to send It back, and event, ray th- frricht both ways. T 1; Stare!: Piano must make good with you, or there Is no saio. - 30 V." DAYS' FREE TRIAL U M n "J to von from 6ur (jctOT. t nrlccf tlut uvc rou upwardi of SltO.fA) lr Jis cmt ot yuur piano, we guarantrc to furuliu mr jw )ot a vtlUT H)no Von me money man rrcHtlmrn trc aurol of iwurc elwwhrrr. a xVitfortory svc:t Uccd Curable lii;U siioj kiiln Save SI50.00 or More i!!rtt Easy Paymonts rUo. no raUt drn, but atler JO da; on tbe low-ett- , (hi ran btRfn mym-n- l eatlnt terrnt ever uevntrd ly a piano nanijfacturrr. Tln-i-e ttmn are rrapi.rl U fuit )otir conrrnirncc. and It l tx" il'' for tii-a .kim for yuir liome, without you BHrtv-the m.nqr. Tt ruy of trial, ) f raaiee Krtry 8trck runs l euaranttnl fcr 23 jnn. Tb4 cut rente? hu bicit ot it our 3i jtin of plino expcri'Ticr, snl the JS,Yr.-..-- C rrfio-tatic- n SJarflk rlaycr-lMsri- 2nd-Ha- nd Bargains - Playar-NaH- K?f a Unrs mimbrr of vM nn.t4ntl- on fllEbtSy iaa-- i tad an cMeiUMlhcd, rviponilble r'Jao bout. tf 50 Fraa Music Lessons To t.cry p.niiiKr of SUrci rUnoi, tve gira free mutlc Inwni. in one of the best Lnown cli'Kili in Cblraw). Time IomuM yo'i cjo take In your own bonie. ly null. Tali irircwntl one ytar't free lntmctlon. rrconiMiaml plaooi of H Xamlard tnakiw Uktn In ehanse fcr new SUrc' I'Uooi Tbe follow. nd I'Uytr-Planof- c lag are a few tucp'e bargtlDii urxl Um Tul atarek f. Weber Steinway Chlckcring Kimball Starck second-han- $110.00 02.00 90.03 03.00 195.00 market, iuu win do w llxhtctl wltli tlir manj' fraturci of tbrM UTvnJrrful Inttnimrnls. ami will tie ideaieil vrltb the ny low prlcti at whlcU tbry can be tmirrd. bt (ulPI"isnnt Ixautl ths P!TT are Piano Book SrnJ for our latcit roroplctt bargain lift. Snul today for our rww Ixautifiilly lftuttrated plaao tank vrlilcli givn you a e larce amount of piano. Thl took will intrreit and pirate you. Write today. Fris l. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1313 Starck Bldc. CDICAGO -- -) THOS. E. MOSSi Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. i t Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and enn give any referonco dosired. Call mo on Hartford Mill Co., 'pnono, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. t j X Z We Knock the Spots Out of Things Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. Send us your Garments and Hare Them 1 Flfty-flvc I typewriters. Shorthand, LesPicDeg, llook-keopln- sons oxplalned by Moving ture machine. Seven big partments CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and delivered. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. Ivu Nail, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Musi;, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipment. assured. Position Write for catalogue. Prop. IIARTTOIU), KENTUCKY. SuIi.sctIIio Daviess Co. Bus. College ICY, llcau $1.00 per year. for 'J ho UaitfoiU Itcimb' ! Incorporated OWKXSUOHO, Bulletin No. 3 Why Not Face the Facts About Armor Competition? To the People: supply is, decided on, repeated tests aro mado'to determine Its of coarse anil fine grains, nnd any varlnnco from exact requirements of coarse or flno grains Is remedied by addition of the lacking exact-proportio- n iQQQWGttQQmQM&QQQQVQQGi The policy of the United States Government for ninny years has mode real competition in unnor-makin- g ineffective. The Government might lime asked the three armor plants bids and lot the cnliro tonnage to the lowest bidder. That would have made competition effective. fr The result of such n course Mould huc hecit to drive two of the three out of business, mid Icate the country with facilities of only ono plant In time of need. ninnii-facturc- rB , . The Government in fact has always asked, for bids from the three manufacturers, hut no matter "what the price quoted, each year's business was divided among thou. s slzo, which is secured by screening. These screenings aro then ndded to nnd mixed with the mass'ln n mixing machine. After spreading, the is rolled with a steam roller. The working outfit is quite extensive, one machine weighing 21 tons. In a comparatively short time after completion this heavy machine travels over the nsphalt-san- d road without Injury to tho road, and constitutes ns sovero a test as tho road Is likely over to sustain, as there is little of tho heavy trucking commdn in the North. How long roads built In tills manner will last remains to be demonstrated. The builder believe 16 years a conservative estimate. From Popular Mechanics Magazine. as-ph- NOTICE! See our big line of Straw Hats and Oxfords for men and women. Armor maker serve but one customer-servebut one customer a community. the Government, just us a public utility Work and Iloozc. were recently put to tho largo steel and iron concerns of Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Illinois to determine their attltudo towurd booze. Of the 140 corporations canvassed, 113 replied. . These aro some of the comSome questions Hi4b Clothing Co. HARTFORD, Y. The solution of the public utility problem is regulation of rates. ments: The efficiency of a man is reduced in exact proportion to the amount of alchol lie drinks. The total obstalnnr ranks above tho moderate drftker In 'reliability and efficiency in all classes of work nearly as much as the moderate drinker does above the heavy, regular drinker. The Follansbcc Furnace Company, .Follonsbee, W. The Holution of the armor problem is for the Government to fit the price. "Wc !SVSfl$flW MR.FARMER I How about that new cultivator you promised your- self lait fall, when you harvested only half a crop on account of not having tools to cultivate it with as it should have been done? 4 voluntarily agree to1 accept any price fixed by the Federal Trade Commision. solely Isn't acceptance of that offer better than the destruction of an industry built to ecrc the Government? CHAS. M. SCI I W An. Ch.lrm.B EUGENE G. GllACC, IWJt Bethlehem Slccl Company reached by pipe lines. Prospects for small pools aro excellent in Tennessee und many thousands of acres hnvo been leased up in that State during tho past two months. Courier Journal. Iva. do not allow any liquor on the 300-BARR- EL WELL IS REPORTED FROM ESTILL 4fr KIX OTIIKR. COMPLETIONS IX A IlocktnR CourIi Wik?ns IMtOVKX AHKA I'IPK UXB COXNKCTIONS SOON. Darbourville, Ky Juno 4. Tho advent of the mldBummer season finds an unusually largo amount of developement work under way in Kentucky's petroleum fields. Thcro tins been a rush of tho drill in nil the fields, the only dolay being a scarcity of drillers, tool dressers nnd machines. No former your has witnessed so the Hjs-tc- Don't suffer with a hacking cough that has weakened your system get a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, in uso over 40 years, and benefiting all who use it, tho soothing pino balsam with tar heal the Irritated air passages soothes the raw spots, loosens the mucous and prevents racking the body with coughing. Dr. King's New Discovery Induces nat- nral sleep and olds nature to euro you. Brent n leasing campaign ns has been LINCOLN 1'ttItM BILL shown this summer, especially in the where good-size- d hhallow sand fields, I Passe Senate anil Uirthplace" Soon fortunes have been made this sumWill He National Park. mer. Tho weeks operations were featurWashington, Juno 5. The final ed by ono strike of unusually largo act in Congress necessary to make capacity In the Crow Creek district, the Lincoln Farm, near Hodgcnvllle, A puncture on tho Kstlll county. a national park was completed In the Marcum lease, within the proven passage by the Senate of tho bill re- area, yielded a genuine gusher, the cently passed In the House. Tho Pros- hours' flow register- Ident is expected to sign tho bill first twenty-fou- r ing 300 barrels. This is perhaps tho within a few weeks, and he will make best striko yet undo In that county, an effort to visit Hodgcnvllle In Sep- where big wells have been featuring teraber to accept tho farm formally in the situation for several months. Tho behalf of the Federal Government. week's returns show tho usual numSenator Deck ham's bill reimbursd producers in Estill ber of ing the State of Kentucky to the amcounty, six completions, all in tho ount of $1,400 spent In transporting productive class, being shown iu adof tho Statu National Guard strike. Ono members dition to the from Chtckamauga to Kentucky dur- completion in tho north end of the lng the Spanish-America- n War also field started out at 100 barrels. Three was passed. Tiio t ederal Uovivrn- twenty-fiv- e barrels new wells mndo ment was unablo to caro for sick V each. drilling ma- Boldlcrs nnd the State removed them Duo to a scarcity of to Kentucky. terial progress in advance work hns Is next to been somewhut slow. It Impossible to get material moved to locations much In advance of tho active area becauso of scarcity of teams. From tho Crow Creok district northward twelvo miles to Clay City, Tow-e- ll county, everything Is under lensc, but few wells aro being started. Sev- Some Have to Keep on Until eral tests aro drilling around Clay 1 hey Almost Drop. How City, and in the intervening area a Mr.8. Conley Got Help. few scattered rigs nro at work. Ono completion In Powell county showed Here is a letter from a woman who a yield of twenty barrels nt 800 feet, had to work, hut wus too weak and sufthis being tho only striko reported fered too much to continue. How she from tho Powell county end of tho WKuIned health : field. Pipe lino connection will be Frankfort, Ky. " I suffered so much furnished Estill und tributary fields with female weakness that I could not do my own work, within the next ten days, the line hud to hire it done. from Wolfe county being almost comI heard so much pleted. Operators who have bad to about LydiaE.PInk-httni- 's depend on tank car transportation Vvgctablo will wclcomo the advent of tho pipe Compound that I line. tried it. I took three Southern districts are coming to bottles and I found the front, with now work centered it to bo nil you A gushing wel claim. Now I feci as In Allen county. wellaseverldidund drilled near Scottsvllloi two weeks am ublo to do all my ago, showing a yield ot'200 barrels' own work ugain. I dally, has caused a new Influx of recommend it to Hny woman sufTerinjr operators. Thrco strikes this week from female wcakncis. You may pub- with a now production of nearly 100 barrels aro reported. Six thousand acres have been leased la Warron county by Northern femna troub ea shou d oso boon unt operators. Drilling Is under way. A she has riven Lydia E. Pinkliam's Verr- -' wlldcnt striko near Howling Crcon etablo Compound n fair trial. This famous remedy, the medicinal showed u small but profltablo yield. from Lato operations In Wayne county Ingredients of which aroderivid forty ono of native roots and herbs, has for showed four completions, years proved to be iincst valuable tonic which was dry, tho strikes being in and invigorator of tlio female orgtinlvn). tho puiupor class. No completions All women nro Invited to wrlto fcnve been reported from test drilling ta tho r.v.lhi 11. iMnlcliniu Medl- Co.. Lnn. Mass.. for bmsclal started last month In eoveral lower Kentucky bounties outsida Ue area stdYicy-- U will bo conilUcatittl fair-size300-barr- cl HELP FOR WORKING WOMEN ViSSitTaw i 1 -- cie premises, discharge immediately any preach man under the influence, abstinence through foreman and bulletBRANDEIS TAKES in-board literature, and we arc succeeding famously. Our men also You should investigate the Brinly Le'verloss. No SEAT AS JUSTICE see the good of it. Interstate Steel levers, no springs, always in balance. They will do and Iron Company, East Chicago. When it becomes necessary to remore and bettes work, longer and easier and without those frequent break-down- s KKXTUCKIAX 8IXTV- - duce tho force, regular drinkers aro you have had with other FOK.MKK tho first ones let go. Lockhart Iron SKCOXD CITIZEN TO ATTAIN' cultivators. nnd Steel Company, Pennsylvania. TO lllOII DISTINCTION. With tho laborer and the finding that corporation work and booze never mako good The Janesville Disc Cultivator the original which for Washington, Juno 5. Louis D. team mates, it seems likely that the over thirty years has remained ihe standard of con- Boston, today took his boozo Interests may have to go to nrandels, of Beat as an Assoctato Justice of the work some day. Colliers. T ctriiolinn nnrl rtnvfppt.inn. nf m.. rlinn nnlt.ivntnrgu. OVl UVV1V.I ...v. w w v. vr. v oil m v . . w . citid Supremo Court, the zen to rise to that high distictlon. For Sale. Tho ceremonies llflng tho new JusA 160 acre farm 4 miles east of tice from among the rank of attor- - Hartford, on the border of the oil ueys to a scat on the first court of fields. Good dwelling, barn and oththo nation were precisely thoso by er accessary outbuildings. Voung which his predecessors of tho last orchard, strawberry bed and other generation were likewise elevated. pleasing features. If bonds carry y Chief Justice White privately adseat pike will bo near. ministered tho oath of allegiance to See, or wrlto Tinsley & Barnctt, the country, an oath taken by tho Hartford, Ky., for further particulowest and tho highest officer of the lars. None but members of Government. tho court witnessed this part of the S ceremony. At noon, when the court I marched on to tho bench, tho new Justice, following close behind, took For Infants and Children a seat besido tho clerk of tho court. In Use Years i When Mr. Drandels' commission Always bears Will help parents develop their sons into J had been read the clerk administered the the judicial oath, taken by Judges to Signature of. the best type of citizens and Christian I do equal Justice to rich and poor. m gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- Then he was escorted to his seat on Ijcarn to Live On a Farm. tho extreme loft of tho bench, where j tered and comes from the best homesln Some ono has said that the farmers he received the congratulations of family faces two nroblcms how to I the colleague nearest him, Justice the South. Its capacity is limited, there- Pitney. mako a living on a fram, and how to fore, reservations should be made early, I Mr. nrandcis' wifo nnd ihiuchlnr . llvo on a farm. Although many pco- u n brother, Alferd Brandels, of Louis- - plo would answer unhesitatingly that j Place your son in this select gioup of vllle, Ky nnd Secretary of War na- - every ono knows how to live on a m j boys. Write ker and Attorney General Gregory, farm, whilo how to make a living is I occupied reserved seats in the court- -' a very real problem, there is, after room. Tho room was crowded und all, sonie doubt as to which is the contrary to custom, scores were per greater problem. tnittcd to stand in the aisles. Louis Successful living in any place dem For catalogue and information. Box A. pends primarily upon the splrtual vllle Times. 1 and mental attitude. One must be Highways lluilt Willi Bund. in sympathy with tho natural enviThe man who built his liouso upon ronment in which he finds himself. the sand would rub his eyes it he saw Tho family on the farm must have a a queer feeling for a seaman to see a WILL FILL A WANTJ They must ship sinking, and wo who were used some of tho counry roads in Florida. feeling of permanency. Ti,0 composition of the roads is nl- - believe that It is the best place for a to helping each ship in need wero most entirely sand, for with all her homo, tho place whero the children always touched by it. The destroySince the suspension of the varied natural resources, stoue and havo tho best opportunity to develop ing was usually done in this way: gravel aro not found In many placea strong bodies, sound minds, and the Wo went ilwu to the engine room Louisville Weekly Courier-Journ- al, In Florida. Freight rates are very characteristics that make for efficien- and removed tho covers of pipes leadthere lias been quite d and ing outside. In rushed the water In high, which makes tho shipment of cy. They must bo a demand for a weekly Kenordinary rock material from tho try to learn whatever they can that jets as high as a man. The waterNorth prohibitive. Various attempts will Improvo farm conditions. They tight door of tho boiler room was tucky newspaper that gives all the more important state havo been made to mix oil and other must believe in wholesome recrea- then opened, to allow that compartmaterials with sand, which is obtain- tion for themselves and every mem- ment to be flooded. If there was news, as well as the general able throughout tho state. None of ber of their household, They must cattso for haste, other holes were news, crisp editorials, good these efforts have been entirely sat- reallzo that all the really worth while opened by explosives. For a time tho things of tho city, such as household ship would rock back and forth 3B If stories, timely cartoons 2nd isfactory. two years ugo an experienc- conveniences und labor saving de- it did not know exactly how to be- illustrations, About education, have. Always deeper and deeper it ed northern road engineer began ex- vices, opportunities for There is no such excellent perimenting with asphalt and sand for tho enjoyment of music, art or sank, until the upper deck touched paper as the and has worked out a method which literature and tho companionship of the water. Then It acted like a body produces a most pleasing result, and others, are within their reach at some taking IU last breath. Tho bow Twice-a-Wee- k which, if it stands tho test of tlmo, , times and In somo forms. When they went down first, tho masts struck the Owensboro Messenger convinced of these things nnd water, and the screws wero raised In as soonis highly probable, will work (Kdlted by Uivy Woodson.) n rovolutlon In road building iu tlio lvo learned "to lovo tho wind and the air. Tho funnels blew out the fllllllTH. Ihfi ntnln 'Plw. slv InMina nt fnitmln t Inn tllO mill. lllO CrOWlnET It comes every WtMnesda? last smoke and coal dust; for an nr) ,aJd wUh c,ajfi w,0ro qbtaiabl0 birds, and all the rest, the dawn, tho iiibtant the ship stood on end, and J nnd Saturday, (!( pages a or Mm,,e r BhoU' wh,ch ,9 wo11 rol,cd-- early mon,K oilor.nnd to find each then shot down to the depths llko a week or more), and is huavy stone. Aftar halt u miuuto v. ...... date in every regard. ..uu.n, ' rmr "" "uu ",lor "" u..." greetings from tho depths would beMet-scngor. This has- boon done before, how they will know how to livo on a farm, gin to arrive. Long pieces of wood Try the Twice-a-Wce- k und how to make a living on a farm came up vertically, like an arrow, ever, without success. for a year in connecTho discovery consists iu tho fact will bo loss of a problem. Mary L. Jumping beveral yards iu tho nlr. In that very few natural sands, as found Oborllu, Colorado Agricultural Coil-eg- the end tho place whero tho kklp tion with the Hartford Repiu wlll bll,a p0rmai,enlly. To provldo sank whs marked by u large oil spot lican. t Wn(, ,t h fl b h h wl and a few smashed boats, beams, life Both papers, one year for found that thero must be a definite Hoiking a l':Ue. preservers and the like. Then it was AU clubbimr subscripProportion of coarse,. medium, and Mucke's account of the manner of tlmo for the Kmden to mako for the $1.50. tions should be addressed o portions are sinking a prize is exceedingly Graphic aext mast-top,ua Banis, and tboso -- Lewis n a trade secret. Wbou K aatural-san- d I ReDuWiau, Ky. with all its Teutonic cxatucgs. "It is in tko June Atlantic. BEFORE YOU BUY ALSO, sixty-secon- A. B. Row 6 Son Cetitertown, Ky. Vanderbilt Training School for Boys Inter-count- CASTOR ForOver 30 A ELKTON, KY. W&fii I J i S g FViaTHENEY & BATTS S S open-minde- m-ai- - - er o. Frcai &lfoju Hartford Republican. Entwd nccor.lln to law lit the Pontolflc Hartford, Ky.. n mull matter of the ncond eUu. a clcnn, attractive, healthy town. By a concerted action victory will surely :K. be ours. . OF P. GRAVES ARE DECORATED WHO'S VICTORY? To employ the oft repeated ex- f .. nialinl t ml t rf f tllA i s,y appnrcd th acrmnn nect onirnire.l thn creat FKATERXITY MEX PAY THIM'TH TO MEMORY OK DEPARTED to English sea fighters in one of tho communications Address all BROTHERS. greatest naval battles In history. The Hartford Republican. If It was Germany's Intention to attack the English coast her purpose NnTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Bobcrlbfr dmlrloft the mrrntto n new wn8 defeated but she inflicted a blow, flflOTl f.RfiWn ATTFNH UUUU M..murtKlTeth.olJJOreMlniuoUnKthe not only In tonnage but to EnKllsll,1 teqneet. merely Intended confidence. If she Bulnroe Local" nmt Notice 10e per line nnd 5c doing what sho did it must certainly per line for en.'h inMltlonut Insertion. Rendered Suitable to OcOliltunrlv. llexolutlonn nn.l Card of Ttntl.5c be admitted that sho was successful Program casion .JikIko Glenn's Address per line, money In nclvnrice. in the attempt. Chnnh .Notion for nervlce free, but other ii Feature. Looking at it from tho English nlTertlenieut. Be per line. will receive no viewpoint, how long would Germany's and waists, in Voiles, Crepes and Organdies, in commonlentloo Anonynionn fleet havo lasted had she remained Mention stripes, plaids and figures. two hours longer after the main Tho Hartford Lodgo of tho Knights 3EI.3PKOITE C. had arrived? With such of Pythias In nccord with their cus- British fleet 3 Cvma.tarla.nA ..... Germany may bo tnm nf Inn? Rtnnrilnir met nt Onkvnntl S3 successful dashes own, 3Ta.xi3Eiza' able to hold her button tho Bcn'Cometopy Sumlay afternoon for the she is excelled, anu wun an ner purpose of paying tho annual tribute of White Goods, a wide range of FHIDAY.JUXE 0. smartness she will never be able to to their departed brothers. Many prices. do more than she did last week. A citizens joined in tho trlbuto and decisive sea battle and the Keel Canal listened attentively, the men with ANNOUNCEMENTS. will no longer bo needed as an asy- bared heads and the ladles with sorlum for the minority fleet. rowing hearts, to the splendid proWo are authorized to announce gram especially prepared for the ocTOM SPURRIER, of Grayson county, Skirts of the newest and best designs. THE ALLIES' GREAT LOSS. casion. Among the features of the as a candidate for Congress, from the The restless sea respects tho life short program were tho reading of Fourth District, subject to tho action Republican primary, Saturday, of none. News of the loss of their "Crossing the Bar," by Miss Winnie of the great leader, Earl Kitchener, drove Simmerman, and the memorial adAugust 6, 191C. hot, sweltering days. the people of England to a near pan- dress by Judge Glenn. Songs were ic. They have not yet begun to sung by a double quartette. We are authorized to announce the what the depths took from Tho graves of the following decandidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Recounty at- them. ceased members were decorated with publican nomination for Earl Kitchener at the beginning fresh and fragrant flowers: W. A. torney of Ohio county. Subject to shade and furnish a pleasant breeze. Election, of the war took charge of the most Gibson, Jimes A. Smith, Jno. P. the action of the Primary military Morton, W. H. GrllHti, Z. Wayne Grifdisorganized thoroughly Saturday, August 5, 1910. A shortage fin, Oscar Mldklff, Sam K. Cox, and among the belligerents. of men, a still greater shortage of C. M. Barnett. A tribute was paid mo. Some approach the threshhold If women suffrage Is put Into effect eulpment and a low ebb of enthu- to the following burled elsewhere: have been provided here for you, and the a race between Mann and Kitchen siasm Is what he was compelled to Dr. S. D. Taylor, Beaver Dam; J. P. whoso looks arc black with fear, and price is insignificent when compared to the comforts and d affair. face. He was the brains of the mo- McKlnney, Rochester; E. D. Guffey, some whose troubles brighten with would be a mighty service derived from their use. bilization, the recruiting, equipping Morgantown; Dr. W. W. King, Hope- joy In drawing near as If they saw VHla will have to do some real live and every move made by the fastly dear faces, and caught the gracious well; D. F. Glbbs, Rockport; Arch eye of Him, tho sinless teacher who, stunts if he crowds the Convention growing army. Lewis, Red Hill, Daviess county; Will ( camo for us to die. off the front page this week. part of Bonner, Mncon, Ga. He was later relieved of I mark the Joy, the terror, yet these duties and he then had more The address of Judge Glenn folsummer comforts? It is said that Washington Democ- time for strategical work. His ad- -, these within my heart can neither longing to rats are still rejoicing at the Presi- vice was sought by the Allies. He lows: make the dread nor the "In the midst of the hurry and dent's marriage. brought the English army out of the bustle of our modern life it is peculi- depart, and In the sunshine standing placed Britain In position arly fitting nnd appropriate that we on quiet wood and land I stand and Col. Summers' attack on the Stan- kinks and calmly wait, till the time comes fori pause and turn aside into the quiet ley administration meets with our to bear her part of the burden. He goes to confer with Russia. ways of life and give thought to me." hearty approval. -His ship either strikes a mine or is those near and dear to us by ties of A headline says Villa is still alive. hit by a shot from the deadly subma- Jove and friendship who have crossed OHIO COUXTY BOYS IX rine. All are lost, including Eng- the dark waters of tho river of death We simply "Can't believe it. FOREIGN FIELDS. land's great leader and his staff. It and are now camping on the other Democrats are laughing up their seems that there was carelessness shore, tenting on the camp grounds Why should such a val- of Eternity. sleeves because the Republican Con- somewhere. It Is a sweet and precEd. Xote. This is the first ot a vention must deal with the woman uable machine not be protected? ious custom, reading beyond history series of articles on "Ohio County suffrage plank problem, but the same o into the dim dawn of legend and Boys in Foreign Fields" and each HARDING'S SPEECH. old bugaboo awaits them at St. Louis. song, to place upon the graves of our Tho keynote speech of the Repub- dear dead the beautiful blossoms of week hereafter for several weeks a As it is a little early for black- lican Convention was sounded short sketch will be given of some by place of execution. berry winter we might call the cold Senator Warren G. Harding of Ohio springtime as a token and testimony former Ohio county boy who has GOV. STANLEY ISSUES Lopez, who nt the orders of Villa, that their memory blooms and bloss- made good In another locality. We spell of this week mulberry winter. Wednesday In clear, ringing tones massacred eighteen American mining: oms in our hearts as fresh and frag- will appreciate the assistance of the that floated to the most remote cornROAD PROCLAMATION men at Santa Ysabel, Chihuahua, in . It is now Justice Brandies but it ers of the great convention hall. The rant and unsoiled as the day we laid friends of tho subjects of these January and .who Is said to havo ditheir bodies to rest. Founded and sketches In securing the necessary was made so over more protest than speech Is a masterpiece and bespeaks grounded on this ancient custom or rected the movements of the Mexbeen accprded any appointee to a has data. the ability of the man. icans at Columbus, expressed no rerite which has a place in the hearts slmillar position in many a day. It After securing his education in SETS JUXE 12TH AXD J.1TII AS gret. Special emphasis was used in the of all the orders of Knights of Py- Hartford College and Bryant & Strat-to- n was a pollticlal move to line up the plea for party reunion DAYS FOR THE PEOPLE TO but topics Tho big clock In the Cuartcl was IMPROVE HIGHWAYS. Jewish vote. Men of all parties In uppermost in the minds of the Ameri- thias has set apart one day in each Business College Louisville, W. booming 11 as he faced tho firing Ohio county desired the appointment can people were ably discussed. The year to decorate the graves of those C. Ovcrhults left his old home near squad. The officer in command gave Taft, whose ambition speaker scored the weak foreign po- of Its members who have gone on be- Smallhous 9 years ago and believing of tho order to present arms. Lopez, fore and the local lodge has set apart Colorado offered opportunities for is the Supreme Bench. In the latercst ot better roads in raised his head, ,smlled until his licy of the Administration and urged today for that purpose. young man he located in Cedar-edg- e Commonwealth, I now issue this, "Standing its we now are In this the in that State. Ho held some this proclamation, calling upon tho teeth showed, and then looking diAll eyes of the men in the Repub- adequate defense for the land we my love so well. rectly at tho soldiers said: lican trenches are anxiously focused silent city of the dead, I know ot no Senator Harding concluded with a moro solemn or sacred occasion. As minor positions for awhile, the people of every county of the State "In the breast, brothers; In thor man, a real on Chicago. Give us a Co., being of Kentucky to work on the roads In Cumberland Telephone breast." man, who will restore out prestige laudation of Americanism, which ha we look around us upon the shafts of among his employers, before entering thtir respective counties, on Monday nnd mil le us throuch the turmoil of i said "begins at home and radiates marble and mounds of green, few aboard. The Republican conception there are, it any, into whoso vision Into tho employ of tho First National and Tuesday, June the 12th and 13th, Report of the Condition of Tho a reconstruction period, Is all we de- Bank of Cedaredge. Ho was of sujli commencing at eight o'clock in tho gives the first thought to a fw;e peo oand. there does not come the dear, dead value to that Institution that promo- morning, ot each day and continuing ROCKPORT DEPOSIT BANK pie and a fearless people, and be faces of those bound to us by tics of Doing business at tho town ot At the hour of going to press last speaks conditions at home for tin relationship whose bodies lie beneath tions came fast and ho was soon made until Ave o'clock In the afternoon. The County Judge and Engineer of Rockport, County of Ohio. was impossible to get any highest human attainment. We be these mounds mouldering back to the assistant cashier. night it A little later a new State bank each county are directed to aid the Stnto of Kontucky at tho 4 Jino on the nominee of the Repub lieve in American markets for Amer- earth from whenco they camo. was organized In Cedaredge and Mr. people In complying with this request close of business on 1st lican party now in convention at ican products, American wages for We all cherish an abiding hopo Overhults was offered the position of opand in circulating the proper notices; day of Juno, 191C. Chicago. Betting was even money American workmen, American that some how, some time, in some C to 5 against portunity for American genius and way, beyond our knowing, these bod- cashier. He accepted and served In and they aro authorized to select on Roosevelt, and Resources. Hughes by some responsible firms. Industry and American defense for ies of our precious dead at the call of that capacity until the First National such persons as may be needed to There is nothing to do but wait and American soil. American citizenship God shall come from their dwelling Bank and the State Bank consolidat- assist. In every county where there Loans and Discounts . . . .$35. COG. 52 ed. Ho was then made cashier of tho is an Englneor, or where they fall to Overdrafts, secured and is tho reflex of American conditions, of we shall see what we shall see. earth clothed with such a radiant 513.4(7 unsecured and wo believe our policies make for Immortality that wo shall know them consolidated bank, known as the act, tho Sheriff or other persons are First Natlonal.nnd is making good in authorized to organize and comply Duo from Banks Preparedness demonstrations are a fortunate people for whom moral, as we are known. 4,771.87 tho new position. with this proclamation. advancebeing held in many of the larger cit- material and educational Cash on hand 2,936.14 It is feeling deep In our hearts I Mr. Overhults married Miss Npra This proclamation refers to dirt Banking House, ies and as the sound of tramping feet ment Is the open way. The glory of Furnl- beneath Bennett, a Hartford girl In 1908, and that there Is something roads, roads, turnpike nnd gravel die away after each parade It is but our progress confirms. Tho answer- Qicso mounds' turo and Fixtures . . . 4,500.09 that Is not all of the natural that we should wonder at ed aspirations of a new world civili- earth but has tho possibility df life sho and her husband aro now visiting and, as Kentucky always takes tho Other ABsets not included under any ot abovo the magnitude. The people are let- zation acclaim. Wo havo taken the that causes those who have relatives her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ben- lead In every movement and as tho Kcntucklans desire tho betterment ting it be known that they want pre- Ideal form of popular government and friends of these homes ot tho nett. heads 4,074.91 The subject ot this sketch Is the of our highways, they must come paredness first, last and all tho time. and applied tho policies which had departed dead to frequently go to But preparedness, like good roads, led a continent to tho altars of liber- their graves and stand around them son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Over- forward with enthusiasm and energy, Total $52,302.90 hults, deceased, and is a young man, and show the people ot other States means the expenditure of much mon- ty and glorified tho republic. We Liabilities. in silent meditation nnd thought with being 34 years old. Ills future is ey and the big question is, will the have justified pride and fortified that they can equal or surpass them Capital Stock paid in, in something of tho feeling that wo bright. In tho Improvement of their roads. people willingly pay the bill for tho hopo. We need only to preserve and cash f 15,000.00 placo flowers on ho graves ot our Will defend, and to go unfalteringly on. proper kind of preparedness? In testimony whereof I havo caus- Surplus Fund 5,000.00 lodgo of tho family dead. The local ANNOUNCEMENT ' they stand for the additional taxes? Power Is the guarantor of peace and ed these letters to bo made patent, Deposits subject K. of P. have assembled here today They will if the revenue is raised by conscience and the buckler of everand tho seal of the Commonwealth to check 514,738.37 graves to again strew flowers on the A. P. Kirk having mutually retired to be hereunto affixed. Dono at Time Deposits 17,294.84 a tariff that will at the same tlrao lasting right. Verily, It is good to ot its dead workers and then by from tho Itur Ann of Hoitvrin, Kirk day of Juno, in Cashier's checks tho provide protection for our lndustlres. bo an American. And we may repray a tribute of respect & martin, SI. L. Heuvrln and Otto C. Frankfort ot ourfifth our actions Lord, one thousand outstanding . , ' 239.09 32,272.90 Otherwise, no. joice to be Republicans." the. year to their memory, Martin huve retained rio ofllco arul nine hundred and sixteen and In the Duo Banks There is much talk at Chicago and and Trust In life they were bound together will eontlnuo tho practice of their one The Governor has set aside Mon- throughout tho country of Senator year of hundred and twenty-fift- h Companies 30.00 and to us in fraternal bonds whoso profession under tho Arm name of day and Tuesday of next week for tho Harding as a compromise candidate Commonwealth. purposo and object was in all good Uenvrin & Martin. Thoy wiU give the(Signed) improvement of Kentucky roads. Tho and the splendid principles set forth A, O. STANLEY, Total 152,302.90 proclamation calls for no extra taxes, in his address mako him loom up endeavors to aid and holp a brother Special and prompt attention to all Governor of Kentucky. Stato of Kentucky) way to bo to him a stumb- burfnees entrusted to their carts no bonds, the people, those who can more logically than heretofore as tho and in no (Signed) J. P. LEWIS, )Sct. epare the time from their dally lab- man to bear tho standard of a re- ling block and causo offense; to do We aro prepared td handle all Secretary of State. County of Ohio ) In tho world ot men, to hold up commercial matters with promptness good ors, are simply asked to shoulder united party. By CIIAS. W. HOWES, We, A. D. Park and Jas. I. Hoslck, the arms of all who aro battling for ana efficiency. WW. take pleasure to the hoe and the spade and attack the Asst. Secretary of State. President and Cashier of tiro abovo especially any ot tho looking after your business. tho right and common enemy, tho mud hole. Ohio For Hale. named Bank, do solemnly swear Is tho loading idea on county should respond. Wo surely Yours very truly, Gl acres of farming land for sale. brotherhood, that tho abovo statement is truo to LOPEZ PAYS PEXALTY. is built. which the order nEAVRIN & MARTIN. need it and two day's work by tho Apply to L. C. BROWN, tho best of our knowledge and be Let us hopo and bellovo those-whmajority of our cltleens would show McIIenry, Ky. Falls Before lief. Slayer of Americans Only Chance. Ho here havo fulfilled their high A movement has been results. Special Deputy Banking ComFiring Squad. A. D. PARK, President. liv"Your wlfo is eating too much started In Hartford to abide by the missioner. 47U destiny and that because of their JA8. 1. HOSICK, Cashier. among us tho world is better and fluffy stuff downtown. Sho'll have to ing proclamation and tiend those two Subscribed and sworn to before me Chihuahua City, June C, Pablo change her diet." brighter for some one. days In improving the streets. A Fcdestrnlu Osculation. ,"Don't know how I'll manage it, Lopez, Villa's chief lieutenant In tho this 6th day ot Juno, 1916. Over their faults, if any they had; worthy move that should be encour"Yes, Blr! I suppose I've kissed a My Commission Expires January uppn Columbus, N. M today aged not only morally but physically. girl on every hundred square feet ot tho grave has drawed curtains doc, unless I get tho druggist to in- raid L. T. REID, nt rhntMv ntiil Iholr Vlrtliroa In Int. I stall a mashed potato sundao or a paid tho penalty for his crimes, fac- 28, 1918. Get together your implements of this beach." Notary I'libltc ing a firing squad of Constitutionalist some troublo to ters of living light In tho hearts of hash mousse." iouUvillo and lets' engago the forc.es warfare "Must havo been CorfdcO-Atfe- st: eolcliej--s stf Santa Rosa, ChlhuaJiuY$ Bevpna . w '.J..W.WI tu?Ir famine? a.ft(j rrien.a that have allied themselves against, keep moving her abbut.'V-J- ud ii'lSiSlclea, 1 1 re-all- ze the shadows and tho gloom ot the tomb no luimnn eye can see them but the eye of faith rolls back the shadows nnd tho darkness from deaths dark river and wo sec them bright nnd glorious in that land of our fading sunshine. Tho lesson of today Is not for tho dead but to the living. If our ceremonies have lightened the burden ot any ones heart, or has brought sunshine where shadows lay, or have helped nnyono to the hopo of a better life, or given new courage to face tho problems of life today, wo havo not come to this silent city for naught. Since this lodgo was organized moro thnn 25 years ago. Seven numbers hnvo passed on, searching for tho land of tho unclouded skies. One has fallen out of our ranks since Inst decoration day. Pcaco to his ashes. Rest to his soul. His smiling countenace, his charming personality and his wise council as a brother and friend aro gone forever, except as the memory lingers and sweetens tho loss of a friend. Who shall take part In those ceremonies a year from now. Only God enn answer. The waters of that dark river niny even now bo touching the feet of some of us. Let us so live that when the summons comes, as come it must to all, there shall bo no fear In our hearts as those who have no hope. May wo In that great day bo able to say with one of America's sweet poets. Bssldc n massive gateway built up in days gono by upon whose top tho clouds in eternal shadows lie while streams the evening sunshine In quiet wood and lake I stand and calmly wait till the hinges turn for iverythinginSunmier Wearing Apparel! i The thin, airy fabrics for dresses Plenty of solid colors and a big at variety Thin, Washable Waisls and Wash Thin Lisle and Silk Hosiery for (he Parasols and Fans that will provide it- - All sorts of hot weather pleasant- ries one-side- May we provide you with your i E. P. BARNES & BRO. I Beaver Dam, Ky. f M Mid Summer 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 our store, ancl Mid-Summer Mrs. J. Ncy Foster, of Elaine, Ark., left Sunday for Indianapolis where sho Is visiting Mrs. L. 13. Foster before continuing her visit hero. For Sale One hanress and brood ; WEST KENTUCKY FARMERS VISIT Tuesday Friday and Saturday marc yearling mare and ono colt nice trim and extraordinary size. C. E. SMITH, I'EXNYHILK TILLERS WILL GIVE Hartford, Ky. 49t2 THE BLUE GRASS "ONCE A special term of Ohio Circuit OVER." Court will bo held here next week by Judgo Slack. No Jury will be emas only paneled, It Is understood, equity actions will bo tried at this CHARTER SPECIAL TRAIN of the Rockport Deposit Bank, The Deaver Dam De- Return VNIt of Easterners Several Ohio County Men Join tho posit Bank and the Dank of Hartford Jltincli. published In this issue show these Institutions to bo In excellent condition. Read them. HopklnsvlUe, Ky., June C With Messrs. Harry Bridges, of Louisville; Dr. Hobert Ualrd, of Louisville; nearly every berth taken In tho four E. P. Thomas, W. W. Moore, J. sixteen section steel Pullmans and W. Ford, Herbert Chinn and Walter everybody In a happy framo of mind the week nnd anticipating a splendid outing, Hcnshaw aro spending camping at Mr. Ford's farm sixteen much profitable Information and a most enjoyable time, the farmers' miles below Hartford. special train pulled out of hero at Mr. Herbert Felix visited friends 9 o'clock tonight for tho visit to be and relatives here from Saturday un- made to Fayette, Pendelton and til Monday. He graduated from the Jefferson counties. University of Kentucky last week While this is primarily a farmers and went from here to St. Louis to trip for the purpose of letting the take a position as reporter on the St. farmers of other counties In the State Louis Globe Democrat. and especially those in Western KenMr. and Mrs. W. E. Ellis have re- tucky, see what Is being done in an turned from a pleasure trip to Can- agricultural way in the Bluegrass, ada, Nlagra Fnlte, Washington and there were a number of town men other Eastern clUos. They spent sev- along whose presence Indicates the eral days with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. interest that is now being taken all Ellis, former Hajtford residents, over the State in the farmers and while in Washington. their work. Last year the first trip of this sort Miss WlnnfiTKIrtley and Mr. Lewis" Southard, of Broadway, came to ever made In the United States was Hartford Wednesday and were mar- made by farmers and farm agents of to ried by Judge John B. Wilson in Central nnd Eastern Kentucky The the- county Judge's office between 5 Warren and Christian counties. and 6 o'clock. The couple left Im- trip proved so delightful and such a mediately after the ceremony for huge success In every way that this time the Bluegrass farmers demand their homes. Mr. L. T. Riley left Monday for ed that their Western brothers come Louisville where he will be in the up and see them. The Invitation was employ of HerndontCarter, produce accepted and tonight the party startHe will travel between ed out. merchants. When the party gets together in Louisville, New York and Baltimore, to make this his Lexington, and from then on until It but will continue home, his work being such that he breaks up in Louisville Friday night, there will be something near 500 can visit here frequently; together. These are all 19 151 G Trlbue medal for class men The citizens of tho State, tho men distinction offered to the students of are doing things and represent Vanderbllt Training School was pre- who progressive element In their rethe sented to Mr. Louis Rowe, of Center-towStarting from during commencement exer- spective localities. here with four Pullmans tho special cises at Elkton last week. Mr. Rowe will pick up another at Guthrie, will be a Sophomore in V. T. S. next train one at Russellville one at Bowling year. Six Greenland two at Louisville. Miss Marguerite Taylor and Mr. coaches will be added at Lexington. Jesse Fuqua, Beaver Dam, surprised Fr'dm Louisville on the train probably their friends Monday by eloping to will run In two sections. Rockport, Ind., where they were When Goeffrey Morgan, State married. Mrs. Fuqua Is the daughter agent and man In charge of tho trip, of Mr. and Mrs. Silo Taylor, former arrived here this morning.. He anresidents of Hartford, and she has nounced that the itinerary had been made frequent visits here since mov- changed materially. Instead of ing to Beaver Dam. Both the bride spending all day tomorrow fn Fayette and groom were smitten by Cupid at county, tho experiment station will an early age. be visited in the morning and the GarIandSherley, the"infant son of party will go.to Versailles and WoodMr. and Mrs. Loney Hoover, died ford county for the rest 'of the day Tuesday evening about six o'clock and for a banquet at night. after an Illness of about two weeks M. Smith, assistant general passof cholera Infantum which developed enger agent of the Louisville and meningitis. The little fellow was NnshvlUe.is here and will personally ono year and one month old. Funeral look after the traveling arrangements services wcro conducted by Rev. during the entire trip. Napier at the Methodist church WedA cold rain has been falling here nesday morning at 10 o'clock after all day, but it has not dampened enwhich the remains were Interred In thusiasm. On the contrary It has Oakwood. increased the number going for farm At a called meeting of the Macca- Iwork is at a standstill until the bees Wednesday night the following ground dries considerably and many officers were elected to servo the lo- who thought they could not go now cal lodge for tho next term: Com- And they can. mander, A. D. Kirk; Lieut. ComThe following progressive farmers mander, Hober Matthews; Chaplin, from Ohio county are on tho special: Rev. Harlan; Record Keener, Emory Nat Llndley, Worth Bell, L. E. Ever-l- y, Opple Klttlnger, Albert Cox and Schroeter; Sergeant, Harry May; Master at Arms, Henry Nail; 1st Mas- County Agent Browder. They will ter of tho Guard, Fred May; 2d Mas- return Saturday afternoon. ter of Guard, Cliff Moore; Sentinel, Lorenza Acton, Picket, J. P. Case-bie- r. Best pure Hog Lard $7.00 per sub-stancl- al n, I Theater fTuanye mmSL i Nights OF EACH WEEK ii'i" term. Statements N9'tr FEATURING "CHIMMIE FADDEN" VICTOR MOORE. Featuring LEONAULRICH Marguerite Clark Saturday Night June 10th ''KII.MFNY'' Featuring "SEVEN SISTERS" Doors open TUESDAY NIGHT, JUKE 13 at 7:45 Show begins promptly at 8:15. You cannot a fiord to miss these Shows . . . counter-balanc- e Admission 10c Amusement is 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. Toyou, individually.'it has a high intrinsic value, select it with care. The "Aristocracy of Photoplays," supply entertainment of the most artistic and refined character, Shown Exclusively in This Section at The Star Theater. Paramount Pictures! Just installed 24-inc- h 1 m exhaust fan which will make ventilation first class, ' remember that STRAY STREAKS. IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSED THAT SAVES (By Fluke McFluke.) YOU MONEY. Fluke in Chicago. Fluke McFluke packed his little straw hand bag Sunday and left early Monday morning for Chicago to 7kz2l&GG Hartford Republican. KRIDAY.JL'NE 0. Ii., II. & ST. L. R. R. TIME TABLE. No. 113 due at EUmltch 8:32 p.m. No. 110 duo at EUmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. EUmltch .. 3 MO p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. 6:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton .. C:C6 p.m. Ar. Loulsvlllo . 7:40 p.m. Lv. Loulsvlllo .. 8:35 a.m. No. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:08 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. EUmltch Tho Health Exhibit car sent out by the Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission was at Hartford Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Lynch, hnvlng complet ed her millinery season with Fair &. Co., left Saturday for her homo in Leltchdcld. Mr. nndMrs. R. E. Lee Simmer-maMisses Wlnnlo SImmerman and Lucllo Plrtlo motored to Owensboro Saturday. Mr. T. Wade Stratton has been o called from Grlllln, Ind., to the of his mother, Mrs. T. C. Stratton, of Cromwell. Mr. Marlon Crowo returned to Dayton, Ohio Monday after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Crowe. Mr. S. T. Williams, of Beaver Dam, Routo 3, was In Hartford Tuesday. Dr. C. W. DoWeese, of Martwlck, was hero Tuesday. Miss MorySmlth, of Fordsvlllo.was tho guest of Dr. E. W. Ford and family and Miss Marlam Holbrook from Saturday until Monday. Wonted Half dozen goats. Apply at this offlco, but don't bring the goats until wo put you In touch with tho party desiring them. Harrison Taylor Barrow la a now arrival at the homo of Mr. and Mrs, Woolfolk Barrow, of Lexington, and a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Taylor, city. Mrs. C. A. Flsher7ot Fairfield, 111., and Mrs. J. R. Williams, of Shawnee-tow111., arrived Monday to be tho guest of Mrs. J. R. Plrtle. They made tho trip in an automobile. Mlsa Verna Duke, wfioTs taking a courso in tho Bowling Green Business University, arrived yesterday to tako depositions for Barnes & Smith. Sho school next week. will The ColumDia uio luaaranca Co., will loan you half the value of your land for 5 yo&rs. No loans taken tor less than ? 500. Far terms, see W. H. PARKS. Hartford, Ky. 3Gtf Messrs. A. Alford, Don Tlchonor, Beard, Marvin Harold Holbrook, Charley King, Glenn Barnes and J. A. Howard, Jr., were among those who attended tho circus at Owens boro Saturday. Tho Maccabees will hold their an nual memorial services In Oakwood Cemetery next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. Members of tho order are requested to meet at tho lodge hall at 2 o'clock. Tho public is invited to atteud ami tako part In paying a tribute to the dead.. n, Ifcd-sldtwo-woeks n, er attend the. convention. We received the following letter from him yesterday and believing it to be both interesting and instructive we decided to reproduce It: "Chicago, June 8, 1916. Dear old boy Al: 1 1 never had any Idy how 1 but says he don't reckon he ever met you. 1 wuz surprised at that caus 1 thot beln in the same business ho orter know you. this place is 4 or 5 times blggern hartford and theys some bulldlns here hlghern bens lick hill or hockers bluff, theys more people heren 1 ever saw but lm gettln tired of It all an wanna git back so as i kin fish In ruf crick. alvls bennet and musker hovrln is up here but 1 havht got ter be with em any .much, theyve allays got somethln else ter to. they say a feller by the name of hughes from new york has got the best chance to bo nomernatcd. the llcker up heres no good an I havent had a good pipe of terbacker they Is not as since i left kentucky. many purty galls here as they is in kentucky but a good lookln one smll- ed at me the other day on "ufo stret. dldnt pay no tentlon to her tno cause i wuz airaiu some iencr that new me mite sea me an tell my 1 terrible much wuld miss my old pal until got way up here In ellernols. am lonsom up here by myself and am sorry now fer the way have treated you In theV past, i wuld give 3 pints of good llker and a pipe full of my homspun it i culd sea you rite now. to tel yer the truth Al am sorter homsiek and I wuld Ilk ter sea my wife an famllle to. But lm trln ter be strong an hav a good tlm. ever This is ther blggist town seen and 1 have seen more sits than ever dreamt of sean. They have trains up hero runnin right thru ther strets and the funny part uv It Is 1 1 1 1 1 1 I Ill ... V M., II. & E. K. It. TIME TABLE. South Bound, No. 115 8:45 a. m. Duo at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 5:55 p. m. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) Mrs. M. J. Rcld, of Rockport, is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. H. Qilles-pi- o and family. For first class meals, quick and oxcellont service stop at D. H. Tlch cnor's Restaurant. Mrs. Virgil Elgin and Miss Alice Keown were In Loulsvlllo from Sunday until Tuesday. Whon you wish something good lit the cigar or clgarrette lino go to D. II. TIchenor'B place. Just received, a fresh stock of Beechnut and Heinz Bottled Goads. ILER'S GROCERY. So good! Misses Annlo Davis, of Bcda and Ethel Beard, of Owensboro, aro visiting Mrs. Marvin Beard, city. Miss My7tlo"Maddoxand Wendell Maddox, of Beaver Dam aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blankenshlp. - Mrs. John B. Wilson and sons, John Allen and Lovy, left Tuesday for a visit to relatives In Lexington. Court having been adjourned at Ilawcsvlllo Commonwealths Attornoy C. E. Smith Is at homo for a few days. Thero will bo moving pictures at Itho opora'houso In Beaver Dam every Tho local order of the Odd Fellows gave a banquet at the Commercial Hotel Tuesday evening. An appetizing dluner was prepared by W. C. Schlemmer and served under the A supervision of the committee. big meeting had been planned but the weather prevented the Invited lodges from being present. A large delegation bad arranged to come over from Owensboro in automobiles but a messago from them early in the day stated that It would be Impossible to make the trip. Despite the disappointment a great time was by lopal members of tho live fcan casb. Come and get your share before it is gone. ACTON BROS., 48tf Hartford, Ky. ed order. Tho Host Quality of Seeds. $1.85 Whlppoorwlll Peas 2.00 German Millet Mammbth Yellow Soy Beans. . .52.00 3c ier lb. Orango Cane W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 48t4 Thursday and Saturday nights. Patho service. By uslnlTEUIs' Bluo Rl&bon Flour you can stock your kitchen with Aluminum cook vessels at wholesale 48t prices. L."E7"Dupuy, Mrs. 111.. Mr. and Mrs. P. O. McKInney, Mr. Rodney Reld, of Rockport, visited tho family of Mr. R. H. Gillespie Sunday, Notlc to Creditors. Tho McIIenry Deposit Bank having been placed In the hands of the Banking Commission of Kentucky all patrons having claims against said bank (now In liquidation) are notified to at Earlington. Tho members of Co. II are directed present snmo, properly proven, to the undersigned at McIIenry, Ky., on or to report at the armory for drill Saturday at S p. m. before the 5th day of July, 191.0. C. p, SHOWN, . 40t4ootf U O. BROWN. , Actios Cotfoiandiag. Offlcejr, Bwoiiuf cptat, Militia Notes. The new army reorganization bill as recently passed by Congress provides for the payment of militiamen for drill attendance. The maximum number of drills will be 4 each month with 25 per cent regular army pay. The provisions of the bill will take effect, beginning July 1st, or as soon thereafter as tho reorganization of tho militia companies will permit. given out It has been that Co. H of the 3rd Inft., will camp at Earlington, Ky., beginning July 11. On account of there being but few regular army officers available a? Instructors, as a result of the Mexican troubles, tho state has been requested to hold regimental camps this summer. Tho, period of camp will most likely bo for 15 days, as provided by the new law. This period of instruction will Include several days rifle practice on tho big rauge seml-offlclal- ly F:tol Ppr they havent got no engln on em. hero than Ortermobeels are dog ticks down there and 2 or 3 times 1 almost got runned over. 1 of the town marshals caught my arm jlst in time to save me oncest. i got here munday nlto and got often the cars In a great big bllden. I asked a woman with a yeller band around her sholders that sed somthin about votes fer wlmen which way to ther hotel, she laft and shewed me how ter git out and sed somethln ter a nigger dressed up In a uniform, ho put me In a ortermobeel with a top onlt and ask me If I wanted to I dldnt go to ther congress hotel. know ther name of ther hotel but told him yes. we whirled away and came to ther borden hous. he Farmers, Attention. charged me moren cooper & co wuW Wo have a stock of Farm Implefer hallen mo all over ohlo county. 1 went Into a big front room an 4 or 5 ments consisting of Dlue Dlrd Plows, fellers dressed In uniforms rushed at Vulcan Chill Turning Plows, and Disc Harrows, Single and me an I thot I wus in fer a good Corn Drills. One and two- scrap. 1 put my grip down an ask Two-rothey wrinted. bout r horse Cultivators, Slnglo and Double- em whatlnhell that time one of era grabbed my grip Shovel Plows aci anything else In an ran off. i chased him but he the Implement lino you may need. stoped In front of a counter an a fel- Wo also have three Weber Road ler ask me if, 1 wanted a room, i Wagons and ono Runabout Bujmy. ask him if ho kept boarders an ev- All this wUl be sold on regular t.tms. Don't forget ,wo. still handle tan ery body laffed. thoy is the best Jones' BrandForttllxCT. people up hero I ever seen, he W.'E. ELLIS & BnO., ' gave one of the uniform fellers someHartford, Ky. thln an he told rao to como on. i 2U4 watched him prltty close causo alnt Now Law Finn. none of these city crooks goln ter Ernest Woodward and A. D. Kirk put nothln over on mo. ho took me partIn a llttlo room but I dldnt see no announce their formation of a bed. he sed 12 to a man In ther lit- nership for tho practlco of law at tle room and directly by gosh the Hartford, Ky., beginning Juno 1, hole thing began goln up. it flnaly 191C, under the firm name of Woodstopped and bellevo me pard I wus ward & Kirk. Their offices will bo maintained at the present offlco of glan to gtt out. I have bin doln Mr. Woodward, over William's Drug since I got located better, the pepll is awful nice ter store at Hartford. Mr. Wodward Is family me and I hav met lots of em. they going to Henderson with his of all grin and seem glad to see mo. of but will bo present of all termsand teddy rusevelt and one Circuit Court in Ohio county course lm fer bo of his hired haus has bin showln me assist Mr. Kirk in all business that Intrusted to this firm. aroun. I met a feller named barncs of new HARTFORD l'REKSINO CLUII. york an ask him If ho wuz any kin ter Clothes cleaned and pressed. Rewill bnrues of hartford but ho said guaranteed. Satisfaction reckon he wuz. pairing. as how ho dldnt delivered, Haop theys a feller hero named lrvln t. Work called for and cobb to but he alnt ho kin to ty ww QW ' Omty PcXllmc Worirt. , ED HAW. Pop. J caus I ask lm. hes a newspaper man liter !j rtMirt3rTr;ni,.-,wlf. everybodys talken bout prepared-ne- s up here an they say as how tho germlns or somebody is apt to tako youall had beter ther cuntry. wach out down ther an If anything does hapen fore i git back tell my wlf ter git that money out from under tho harth ston an bury It In ther orchid. wel Its nearly 9 oclock and seems ter bo In slch a hurry that 1 am tired an am goln ter turn In. i dont sleep very well way up hero tho fer If a storm was ter blow up the buildin wuld be sure ter blow over Its so high. If effer git back ter ol kentucky 111 stay tha fer the rest uv my old days I reckon, its the best place in ther wurrld anyyer old pal, how, FLUKE." p. s. tell dr. ford 1 cant bring htm but a quart caus I got to much ter carry. lm trln ter bring all tho fowlks some llttll somethln. 4 dy 1 - - Peg-Too- th w na-tur- ed One Experience Convinced Me of its Value "One of our salesmen demonstrated the value of the Long Distance Telephone to us. He was at Huntsville, Ala., and upon his own responsibility put in Long Distance calls for fifteen merchants within a radius of several hundred miles. "In less than one hour he had sold 2100 barrels of flour at a total cost to us of less than six dollars. and is considered almost aa cheap. Tho danger of spolljng ma. bV.ie duced olthcr by lessening the amount of sugar or by increasing tho amount of salt. "Since then we have applied the Long Distance JBcll Telephone to every feature of our business with most profitable results. The service is fine, the rates are reasonable and there js more satisfaction in one Long Distance Telephone talk than in half ii dozen letters". F , r MSOk r CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY ilNCOHrOKAlCDI BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. FARM DEPARTMENT Undo Bam liaising Cattle. Down in Panama Undo Sam is reversing his process of leasing hia land ft r grazing purposes. There the exigencies of making food available for & big garrison of soldiers, thousands of laborers and the crews of hundreds pf ehips have made him a live stock operator on a largo scale. He is fitting up thousands of acres of Zone lands for pastures and is planning to keep on these tracts for fattening purposes in the neighborhood of 20,000 head of cattle. The scheme has developed rapidly determined since the government about a year ago to abandon Its former plan of depending wholly on pold storage meats shipped from the States, Australia and Argentina and to depend, in part at least, on live Ca-ji- al who would keep it for market purposes. A tank through which tha water for the live stock runs will provo a good cooling place, for tho horses may nose around tho lids and thus make possible bacterial infection of the milk after the cans aro opened. A small tank near tho windmill any away from tho stock affords a desirable place for cooling. Thero should be a lid on tke tank to keep tho sun from heating tho cans." Value of Manure. The farms of Missouri alono produce each year 55,000,00 tons of manure containing plant food worth $160,000,000, or more than is paid for all tho commercial fertilizer sold in tho "United States," writes M. F. Miller of the Missouri College of Agriculture. To put it in another way, tho annual manure crop, so it must be well worth saving. Unforcarefully handled. Valuable plant food is lost so rapidly from manure if heating and fermentation takn place or if tho rain water is allowed to run through it. Experiments have shown that a least 40 per cent of the food may bo lost in this way in six months. This amounts to a loss of $64,000,000 if Missouri manure is badly handled, or perhaps of $80,000,000, since a 50 per cent loss is more nearly what will actually result, according to facts recently secured by the Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station. Even under the best of circum stances some loss is sure to occur but it should bo reduced as low as possible. This may bo done by feeding under cover on an earth floor, or, still better, upon a cement floor. In the latter case the loss of plant food should be small. Probably ono other method excels this, and that is ono which allows the droppings to be deposited in the field, where thoy are so scattered that no heating or fermentation can take placo, and all plant food which is leached out goes directly into tho soil. Much of tho advantage of this method is lost in caso of steep hillsides. In caso of dairy cows, hauling tho manure to the field dally with a spreader, whero this can bo done, allows of very little loss. After tho manuro has been scattered evenly and thinly by tho spreader or by hand care should bo taken to seo that it is worked Into the soil by disking or plowing under soon enough so that it will decay. Uudccaycd straw in tho manuro may help to prevent loss by soli washing, but in dry seasons, unless plowed under early, It may Icavo Uio soil so open that it will dry too rapidly, to tho detriment of tho crop. A thorough Incorporation of manuro with tho soil well in advance of planting the crop is good practice. Stiliifiy Ili'lno, Warm spring days often causo tho souring of tho brine In which meat is being cured that has bcon butchered the latter part of winter. Tho most common kind of souring shows itself in a string of white mold which (loots noar the surface and gives rlso to tho term of ropy or stringy brine. The Nebraska Coliego of Agrlculturo says that such meat should bo removed from tho brlno at onco and be soaliod In fresh wator and bo well The meat may then bo scrubbed. repacked and new brlno bo added. If thoroughly boiled the old brine may bo used, but the new brlno is safer -- American countries and slaughtered The now plan has on the isthmus. proved entirely successful and wi'l n be extended as rapidly as the jungle can be removed from the selected ranges. In all, 40,000 acres of J&nd will be set aside for the live etock operations of the commissary department. No effort will bo made lor the present to raise cattle. They will bo bought young and held for growth and fattening. stub-tor- etock bought in near-b- y Central tunately it deteriorates rapidly.unless Indian Corn Investigations. Studies of thirty different varieties of corn grown by tho American Indians have demonstrated that in these varieties there are many the value of which seems to havo been overlooked for breeding purposes. The Assinlboino and Mandan tribes Jjave both sweet and field varieties ihat surpass commercial sorts in Others, particularly tho carllness. Omaha and Otoo tribes, havo varieties showing a remarkable development of Blender, leafy stalks suitable or forage. It is planned by the Department of Agriculture to study these and other Indian varlcties.with a view to providing breeding material for tho improvement of commercial strains. Tho drought-resistaqualities of Chinese waxy corn havo been repeateiy demonstrated, and the possibility of developing useful hybrid varieties is being investlgat-cf- l. nt Clean Milk. Milk comes from the cow in a Impurities pure and clean state. 4bat get into it aro due largely to tho tbougbtless acta of the people who care for and handle tho milk, according to W. 3. Tomson, Instructor In dairy husbandry, Kunsas State Agricultural College. "Before beginning to milk, brush the cow's sides, wash her udder and teats carefully and milk with dry Jjands," advises Mr. Tomson. "Tho .person who does tho milking tliould n wearwear clean clothes. ing apparel is suro to afford amplo Chance for coutuuiiuutlon of the mill:. "Milk palls and milking utensils should be cleaned in lukewarm water. A washing powder should be ufood thoro aro ninny good kinds. If it is ItnpoMlblo to stoam tho uton-isll- s thoy should be hcahlod in hot water. Do not rlnso milk cans In the water trough or in any other water likely to be contaminated. "Coring for whole milk Is the prob- h'jn tkat confronts many pertonsj Dirt-lade- ways. If you evor expect to own tn a city wfctrt rood hotels class of employes only ono man is bound, thPewhiUn httdi the your farm or your home now Is supplied, and frequently ho is inexlist.,.. tho tlmo to buy. It it firit In the hurts ot its perienced and unable to perform tho countrymen, r duties required. Employment agents WE HAVE several forms listed In county and they can be Ohio nre doing their utmost to obtain had for reasonable prices and farm and garden workers by offering liberal terms. It wo do not highly Increased wages, but their aphave tho particular farm you peals arc unheeded. Tho public emwo will mako efforts to get ployment bureau said that existing it for you. conditions were unprecedented and that thoro was no relief In sight un- IF YOU want to move to Hartford The TowTialan ii jcRneJ. ex til after the close of the war. "Von whero our children will havo tho elusive, and restful, lis excel can't get a man to work on a farm advantago of n good high uchool lent location on Pennsylvania and 1! Streets. Avenue, 18th for $25 or $30 a month when ho can notify us. We have houses and maVcs it a desirable headquarter (or bridal couples tourist earn $3 a day In a factory with lots for sale and believe you can parties, conventions, Schools and eight hours work a day," said an of1 one from our list to your solcct colleges. The rowhatan""atlract "the ficial of a state employment bullklng.- people ol culture and education. reau. Its troximity to Slate, War and WE HAVE a comfortable home in Js'jvv Departments, also to many Hartford, modern improvements Interest, points of historical rnaVet this hotel especially atLife of Konco Tost. and a good garden In cultivaub tractive o a discriminating Tho North Dakota experiment stalie tion for sale or rent. Placo The Powhatan elf era toomi tho life of a fence post tion estimates rents for $10 a mouth. with detached bath at I1.J0, made from cement at forty-eig(2.00 and up. Reoms with private bath, $i.5, $3.00 and up. of steel is only thiryears, while that "v7fie (or booklet vuth snip) ty years. Uy dividing tho cost of a Call on or address CLIFFORD M. LEWIS.; post by the number of years in ser.Manager,. vice" will give the annual cost of a TINSLEY & BARNETT igj!iiiti)iiiiti.iiihu,iiiii.,m.iml post. A good Osage orango post will last as long as a steel post and stands Real Estate Agents, at tho head of nil post timbers for Of course, there is a endurance. Kentucky. great difference in tho life of differRapsMlcta Office. ent posts made from the same kind of timber, but the following is the BeO. Phew. avcrago time the various post timbers will last: Osage orange, 30 years; locust, and successful schools. Thore is not years; near enough of the public or social 23 & years; red cedar, 20 spirit that goes to mako better years; catalpa, 15 mulberry, 17 years; chest- schools, and a mora intelligent and years; burr oak, 16 progressive community. nut, 24 ?i years; white cedar, 14 Education. years; white years; walnut, 11 Education is too much a smatteryears; years; pine, oak, 11 ing of scienco, and not enough of tamarack, 10 years; cherry, 10 years; hemlock, 9 years; sassafras, practical and vocational training; years; ash, too much literary, and not much useyears; ofni 8 S GUARANTEED SERVICE S years; red oak, 7 years, and wil- ful and necessary in order to fit and Ono hundred per cent prepare the rural pupil for the active years. low, 6 value. Special work for W. and practical needs of life. MoreO. W. over, all the education In hygiene, Kxterminating Moles. W. F. STEVENS, and sanitation Is almost wholly neg- Tho mole lives on insects and In ' Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. Tt la iilqn .t tv'n.'ftit fnrt thnt tuMnrt most locations Is more beneficial than Representing Continental I thero is not near enough drill In harmful, but It becomes a decided Marhlo & Granlto Co. nuisance In garden or lawn. Since spelling, reading nnd writing. Social Matters. moles do not eat vegetable substances in social intercourse, tho discussion they cannot be very successfully poisway of I of reforms, ot civic righteousness, 'I oned. Tho only practical killing them is to use traps. Ordi- nnd of mutual aid and nary traps.such as are used for catch- in the upbuilding of society is more( ing rats and other rodents, cannot be wise and necessary than is gossip used for catching moles. Special about peoples' clothes and shortcom-- i mole traps can bo secured. Theso lugs. Yours for more better are of three different types tho harpoon, sclssor-jaFOR PERSONAL HYGIENE and choker. They farming, aud higher community in I Dtatohrecl In water for douche atop should bo set In freshly broken tun- terests. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and InflamW. H. CUNDIFF. nels and visited at least twico a day. mation. Rftcomssended by Lydia E. Freshly broken soil usually Indicates Pinkhaua Med. Co. for tea yean. that the runway is in nso. When In Should Sloan's Liniment Go Along? I A healing wonder for naaal catarrh, ore Of course it should! Economical. For after a Has throat and aore eryee. Bcfnucjd.1 doubt a small break may bo made In ntnadoMlY cJcannae and Mwr. 50c. ee putpeid tho ridge. If the molo is using the strenuous day when your muscles (' Sample TV PiMTo3fall drutxuts, Bcitoo. Mm. by I Fr. Ccmwnr. hnve been exercised to tho limit an ' tunnel It will be repaired In a few application of Sloan's Liniment will hours. Moles aro quite persistent in re- take the soreness and stiffness away j OVER 03 YwAI pairing breaks in their tunnels, and and get you in fine shape for the EXPCRICNCC morrow. You should also use it for ' 7 TiJeV may often bo surprised at their work and be thrown out with a fork or a sudden attack of toothache, stiff spado. These littlo animals aro some- neck, backache, stings, bites and the times successfully trapped In empty many accidents that arc Incidental to glass Jars of gallon size. Tho Jar a vacation. "Wo would as boon leavo I should bo set along a runway that is our baggage as to go on a vacation TRADE MARKS Dcsicrta bo or camp without Sloan's Linimeut." In use. The excavation should 'fWrtrv CopvnicHT3 &c. deep enough to receive tho Jar and Writes ono vacationist: "We use It' Anyone a rketrh nnd de scrlniton ninv quk'klr asreruiti uir opinion free winether ail allow its top to bo somewhat below for everything from cramps to tooth'(inoiiuilm. liircminri 14 I'n.nnuij- itiifiirwrnw. , lions irlctlfroiHideiitiul. HANDBOOK tho bottom of the tunnel. A sod may ache." Put a bottle In your bag-- be ! fciiLfrre. lMot nconrv fcr aLVLrillff ul'alnta u&leuta. I'Atpntii takoii throimU llunn & Co, rucclve 2 then bo placed over the excavation so prepared and have no regrets. rprrLji notice, without ccarso, la the j as to cover It without obstructing the Scientific Such Ignorance. mouth of tho Jar. The mole In com Tjirveat fir. A handsomely lllntrnd wwly. Secretary Garrison said In ing along tho tunnel falls Into tho filiation ot any aelenlldo Journal. Icrnia. 13 a vrart (iuruonirv,i. eoiuuyuii newaaiaiero. Jar and cannot climb out. Tho suc- a preparedness argument in Camden: I MUNN&Cf3B.o.d,,. "Tho defenders of a militia army cess of this method of trapping detiaocUum.C)& If BU WaahtUntol upon the skill ubed in placing remind mo in their Ignorance of tho pends the ball. This mother was mother at the Jar. chaperoning an exceedingly beautiful m daughtor. She hovered round tho or Interest. Items Kin .ill lliu uiuu uuviTVU jiruuuiy Route 0, Hartford, Ky., .May 27 TarfTV on tho edge of a deep circle of men Republlcan:- Editor Hartford daughter was undoubtedly A I will write a few words about the for her evening. m a y$k PrcC M crops, farming, schools, education tho bcllo of tho "During tho war talk tho girl cried i and social matters. .1 -- ' eally: "Tho casus belli! What was r ? Crops. . McCALL PATTERNS thn casus riPlll'" tor slvle. perfect fit. simplicity ane" Celebrated Crops arc unpromising, at least In "Her mother Stood 011 tlplOO, m lelUblllty nearly 0 atjears. fM In nearlj ' this neighborhood. Everybody Is be- shook aiiv tana '! her finger at her beautiful ,f CiniJj. Jor by wnii direct. V'Miu atold Una More null hind with spring work. Heavy rnlnjJ make, bend daughter across u dozen men, and IT aov other miniTiwp lor tree ttatopue. delayed plowing. Corn planting is reproachfully: "Grace, dear, u jtore subscribe ihan any tli fasMoa unfinished; and tho earlier planting called majailn.-mlllliinw nftnn linvo T tnll vnn tn iv I en si Its.on jiaucrni,a month. InvaWbl?. Lab urcumaiini-- , corn needs plowing vory much. of p?aln sewint'.fiiicy ntcdlevioik.hai-dresslnI etiquette, good stories, etc. Only W cents' a But preparation for tho tobacco crop Telegraph. vtar (irorlli double), laeiudlne; a lite atlrm. tmbscrlNj today, or tend fur sample cony. delas cultivation ot corn. Tobacco WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS plants aro abundant and excellent. to Agents, rctil brine premium catalogue Wheat is ulmobt a complete failure XOTICU TO COIUIKSI'ONDKXTS. J and new cash prue offers. .JJirss In writing your letters do not soy Cnt McUlX CO. i3t te 3S tV, J7ta St., MW YOSI Grass Is excellent. Gardens aro late, spent Sunday with growing well. Peaches aro plenti- that Mr. but ful. Hut many npplo trcos have uo Mr. lllank. or Mr. Illank and family iarjteaisntxsazeiiai-- c ,'jtjtook dinner with Mr. Guest, or Miss npplcs at all. . ro t? V Belle spent tho night with Miss HostI'unnliiK. ;Tho tendency In farming here Is to ess. Aud by no means say that Mr. y .i & Tsa "blto off moro than bo can chow." Romeo mado his rcculur call tit tho e That Ih tho furmor overcrops him-so- lf homo of Mlns Juliet Sunday after' by planting more than he can noon, etc. Wo do not caro for that. What wo want la tho news. When successfully till. s ' 4 vtstn avorytlihig hc fif.e, someone from another town visits Schools. a proetittvlon and fem-- 5 i use they aio ih euprcn.. , Our teachers, for tho most part, somcono In your town, or vlso versa, y na thcu:and3 havo icatifiov n did vory well with their schools wo aro always glad to run it as a thu antiquated syHtem wo news Item, but bo careful with your (under selection. It is uo pleasure to havo.) Thero Is littlo or no and scratch your copy. between teachers, parents and R over a drVeta s raier. The Editor. trustees in the endeavor to hare good T.rfcegf eggij de-st- ro Employment agents In tec cities are besieged with requests from farm era and gardeners for farm workers City Residence and milkers at from $25 to $30 a FARM LANDS and nro now selling nt a low cost, month, with board and lodging. For but don't expect It to be so alevery ten demands mndo for this Farms N'ccd laborers. Real Estate! . vrnmrn HOTEL rroroaionnl Otto C. Martin Attorney at La. tiAJU'KOKD, rCt. practice Ua profession la tbla and avdjoming counties. CommerchJ and Criminal I'ractlc a Specialty. Will T. tVAIihHTKATTO.N Cromwell. Ky. OTTO C. MA ATI N llnrtlurd, Kjr. Mn U'OFAMErMI f IM iTRATTON & MARTIN Ainu neya at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will uractloo their profession in this and djolnlng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt and vlgorOM Specialty. service. Notary in office. !o7ejayloIce Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. " DR. 0. E. HART ' . ht VETERINARY SURGEON IlEAVKK DAM, KV. Office James Taylor's I.lvory Barn. Hartford, j JI THAT PAt, xponao, aiKl I u.. a ' I oa rlnUblllty. tJ inrUco. PA88INQ nircr PNCta. For I iuok oa rronihbM iiu lUwiiuio B03-B0D lirlp huna iroueL (.nolo . r rf UBkle .i Sovnnth Street,H WASHINGTON. D. 2. .r Mh .. 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KAaTI ;J7 Wswar GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment mmmL for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION - re-w- rit A quick rVllel fur Jhat tired, sun dowa (inline, Cctuxht, pallia (o cdicst, ulelit sweats, liemui-ibaaicwuJ( luars or coetumpUou. l It daea olketp yea II ceata you aolblig. c. FOR ONE MONTH ta" QHWHillCALCQ, SSMSxl Slip a few Prince Albert smokes into your system! i K 1. Corriikiittikr eefa T.etm C. earth a perfect avalanche of bombs came hurtling down upon our heads, and bofore our men realized what was happening, ton of them lay dead or wounded at the bottom of the trench. opened my mouth to rally my men, but a stone from the parapet, loosened by a falling bomb, crashed down upon my head and knocked mo senseless. But only for a second. A bursting bomb shattered my band and the pain brought rac back to life. As I opened my eyes, faint and dizzy, I saw a band of Germans leaping over tho sandbags Inlo tho trench twenty or so 'tt them without rifles, but with rush baskets full of bombs hung about their necks. I looked to tho right and to tho loft. All our men had gone; tho tronch was empty. Just then ono of my mon, who had been lying apparently lifeless, u gash' across his forohead, another on his chin and lib whole face covered with blood, sat up, solzcd a sack of grenades lying near nnd shouted, "Debout, les mortB!" Then ho got up on hla knees nnd hurled grenado after gren-acj- e at the liuniy. At his shout three other men struggled up. Two whoso logs were broken' seized tliolr rifles and opened flro, each Miot going homo with deadly effect; the third man, whose right arm hung useless at his sldo, grasped his bajonet with his left hand. Bv tho time I was on my foot, having quite come to myself again, half our enemies were struck down and the rest wero retreating In disorder. Thorn, alone, limning against tho parapet and protected by a hugo Iron shlold, stood an enormous German sergeant, sweating, panting, spluttering with rago, and bravely emptied hla revolver at us. The man who had rallied us, the hero at whoso word the dead had come to life, got one of the shots right in the face. Ho reeled and fell. Suddenly his comrade with tho bayonet, who had carefully crawled forward, sheltered by the bodies of his fallen mates, pulled himself together, and, dodging two bullets alm-cdhim, with ono glgnntlc effort plunged his weapon Into the Ger1 It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvanfa Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give l If aw lf IV smoke your fill without acomehnrH -"- oi-J St .. . n.. Hour nir rno nmr ciuvto uut cvciv U Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco ! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time firing up every little so often, without a mm if iv fiy 'f You've heard manv nn nrfni nhm.t v. r.i - ah patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you o, ii nrn, ki, .r k cum.uMu.m kfll Pfsy, RINCE fte national joy smoke .' K Hso- 'XeH3v7K5J',i ?."?& 38 J- thousand-dolla- r You'll feel like vnnr smnirr. nnct has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a bill 1 regret! The Woman's Toaiic a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in frying Cardui for your trouble. It lias been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ut liT, m W ness ana contentment to you, to every man who knows what can be It's worth that in happi mTt SfffiSS ' nr.iv-- t. n - cigarette with tammM Prince Albert for "packing"! Cri,r,T..e R. gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makm s Get a Bottle Today! J. REYNOLDS wui.Ua-5.kn- TOBACCO CO N. C. TM. I.therrvrse two or Die iMr re J lln Wi ' rs UH cMk.SX Xtowratsw1": .. ,:lln,N'l,r.. -- rfa a.i . 4. &M sfffisBT? vr.wao- - m.uv i3' fttf ' .. ..en. ax -- J v 2 I V2 .: STORIES FROM TOE SOtocJW. W MSM .cy. rtd tin. nnn In fact, every Prince Albert nucLfiifi hm a real mM(tr.ln.vnti on ilrViri.iiililM VnttMl read "Process Fntented Itllv.lmli. 10V7 ' Thnt mnni ttiat the United StatesGovertv process by wlilcli Prince Albert Is mai!c. And by tvtfci tongue bite end tnront parch are cut nut: livery- wncreioDaccoissoldrou llfind Prince Albert awaiting you in toppy red bafcj, 5c- - tidy rea tins, loc: handsome pound and tin liumldors and In that clever crystal. Classhumldor.with sponge - motstener top, that keeps the tobacco In such fine condition alwaysl THE Prince A Albert tldv ti pS!3a02!!KSr!00W.r ill U W if? (Fi P s kIftTGfeat iX9S!er4vZMm'K VMmftf'W' X ?'& a jtfCeOBAi ;?.Ttfc?. - a to ."! ts S sEs8 full of life and action, filled with the "re ' 1,ne inspiration and followed bY 25 suort stories of adventure, win mane g nt eYOUTffS COMPANION) s but called aloud, "Squaw! squaw! squaw!" When she told her broth- POISON GAS BOMBS er the errand on which sho had come, AMERICAN HISTORY ho took a table cloth and fastened it ANCIENT HISTORY around her waist and poured Into it a keg of powder. She then sallied IIFt.WK DASH 1JY LADY KAVKI) back to the fort with all tho buoy- ASPIIVXATIXG MATKKIALS USED ancy of hope. Tho moment she was WI1KKI.1M2 I1lOM llUirirtH IX WAHFAUK KEVEHAIi CE.V- outside the blockhouse, tho whole of A.VU INDIANS. TUIUKS AGO. enemy's line poured a leaden the storm at lier.'but the balls went Ing nocently whistling by, without Among tlio many Incident:! of herTho Hague, Netherlands, June 3. her any injury. The poison gas bomb employed In Tho daring deed of this brave oism. of patriotic American women during tho war of the Revolution, es- woman saved tho fort. Elizabeth trench warfare today In Europe appecially unions tlio Bcttlcrs on our was a refined and pears to have a history dating back woman, and was not like the major frontiers, that of Elizabeth Zane portion of tho frorltier women. Sho several centuries. renks as ono of the nioht daring. Attention has Just been drawn here had been educated at Philadelphia In 1781, Wheeling, now the larg- - l and had only returned to her West- to a discovery made during the carern home n short time beforo the rying out of repairs to the naval dett city of West Virginia, was by a largo urmy of Ilrltish an.l Incident above related occurred. fences of tho port of Flushing, near Indians. So suddenly was tlio at- Later sho was twice married and the southern frontier of Holland, in lS.r 7. Some curious stono Jars were tack made that there was no time resided In Ohio. The Zane family were of Danish found In a cleft of tho outer wall of u2orded for preparation. The- fort, doscent, and her brother, Ebenczer the fortress, on the east sldo of the at the time of the assault, was by Colonel Silas Znne, and Zane, mode tho first permanent es- naval harbor. In form they resembColonel Kbenezcr Zane, the senior of- tablishment on the present site of led guu shells, and were found to be ficer, was In n block houso some Wheeling. He owned tho land on tilled with asphyxiating materials. A fifty or n hundred yards outside' the which the present city of Zancsvllle, chemical Investigation showed that wall. 0 btands. Louisville Evening Post. tho contents Included do-luwell-educat- Better Than Ever in 1915 man's throat. It was over; wo wero saved. we held our ground; At that life. call the dead Indeed had come to The Youths' Companion. Children Cry FLETCHER'S C ASTO R A FOR 1 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone in the home, i nere is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you ao not know THE COMPANION let u tend you Three Current luuee FREE. laclois thU Coupon with your requeet. Those who subscribe now. sendine $2 for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION for IBIS, will receire Tho Companion Homo Ctlendv FREE. 52 Times a Year not 12. " ' DOPK FIENDS Found Llvliip In Terrible Condition, Now Under Treatment. A deplorable state of affairs has been brought to light by Miss Clara Kummcr of the Associated Charities, at 19 Walnut street, visited by Miss Kummcr, Mayor Hickman, and several councilmen and upon their recommendation taken in charge by the offlclals. It was found that George Herndon, his wife, Efllo Hcrndon, and Constance Hendrlx were In a deplorable condition, partly tho result of lack of sanitary facilities in the shack In which thoy lived and partly due to the fact that they are addicted to the use of narcotics and havo been unablo to obtain them since tho passage of tho Harrison act. Xenla Hendrlx, husband of Constance, has been tho sole support of tho two families. He Is a driver, for Ulrk and Thornton. The plnco was ordered cleaned up d were and suitable Mayor Hlck-nia- u by a neighbor. has employed a nurse to caro for tho unfortunates until permanent provisions can bo made for their care, Owoiibboro Inquirer. s, fur-nlsh- & magazines. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE THE HARTFOKD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOOT ONE YEAR FOR ONfcY $2.75. More good reading than you wilt let in any ol the monthly ' OUR CLUBBING RATES. The The The The The The The The The The The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.3t 1.75 - com-toaud- Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at finely-groun- d The enemy had made several des- first all wcro silent. berths at each ot.ior for some time, a young' Tho car provides allpassenger with may man stepped forward and said that room In which the unImme- stand upright while dressing or he would run the chanco. dressing, Tho portion of tho matt diately half a dozen offered their serj ress and spring under each pillow is vices In the dangerous enterprise. separate from tho rest and so Whllo they were disputing about mado go, Elizabeth, a ulster of hinged to the end of tho berth that who would bo turned up out of tho way. Ihe Zancs, caino forward and declar- - it can lotycr berth this leaves a space go for the powder. Her In the ed sho would at tho head of tho bed which the brother thought she would flinch can enter by opening tho hlng.-e- d Jront the enterprise, but In that ho o end of the seat; hero he cau was mistaken. Sho had tho Intrepidwhile standing upright and hang up In tho ly and fortitude to bear her his clothes, full length, at the end of heroic risk of hor life. Her brother hinged suotlon which does not from tho tho then tried to dissuade hor extend quite to the side of tho car. attempt by saying that a man would undressed ho gets into bed be moro fleet and consequently would Whon n and then turus down the hinged run less risk of losing his llfo'. and puts tho pillow in place. replied that they To this KUzaboth upper berth is arranged similarbad not a man to sparo from the de- Tho being at tho opposite and If sho would ly, the head fense of tho fort, end. Over tho foot of the lower berth full sho would scarcely be missed. hangs a narrow platform, Inclosed She then divested herself of such of except at the aisle end, to which tho lier clothing ns would tmpode her upporberth passonger easily mounts gate was then opened, speed. Tho by opening tho hinged end of tho und KUzaboth bounded out at the top sent nnd using a step supplied by the speed, and ran until alio arof her porter. rived at the door of tho block house. Colonel Zane, hastened Her brother, to open the door to recelvo his Intrej pas-scng- or dls-robces-tlo- perate assaults to break into the To the riiblic. fort, but on every onset they were "I have been using Chnnibcrlaln'3 driven back. Tho ammunition for Tablets for indigestion for tho past the defenso of the fort was deposited six mouths, and It affords me pleasure In tho block house, and the attack to say I have never used a remedy was nindo so suddenly and unexpectthat did mo so much good." Mrs. edly that there was no time to re- C. E. IUley, Illlon, N. Y. Chambermove It. lain's Tablets are obtalnablo everyOn tho aftcrnon of the second day where, m of tho siege the powder In the fort no alwan nearly exhausted, and SloepliiR-Cn- r llerths Huvo Room ternative remained ""but thnt someone New Tor Dressing. enemy's fire must pass through the Inconveniences The cmbarasslng to the blockhouse for powder. When proposition to ' commonly experienced in a sleeping Silas Zunc made the away with in a recently the men, to seo If anyone would un- -' car are dono enterprise, it patented sleeper, described in the dcrtako tho hazardous Magazine. After looking j JuuoPopular Mechanics Spanish pepper nnd pepper seeds, gun powder, fino pitch nnd antimony, these Ingredients giving rise, in a stato of combustion to an asphyxiating gas. Moreover, on Investigation 25 of such Jars, though unfilled, were actually found still stored in an old lumber room of tho Dutch arsenal at Veere. They must then have been centuries old. Tho Jars agreo In form with those described In works on pyrotenchulcs of 1614 and 1651. When tho enemy In those days stormed tho ramparts of a fortress ho was pelted with theso unpleasant missile's, which wero used also in close-quartfighting at sea. Accord-lu- g to a work dated 1697, thoy wore replaced towards the end of tho 17th contury by pots, containing such Ingredients ns pitch, resin, saltpeter, brimstone, colophony, coal, horae-hofilings and poisons of various kinds. er of 1.50 Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 Republican and 3.50 Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 JttEPUBLicAM and uany uwensooro inquirer Republican and O'boro Messenger 1.75 1.75 Republican and Kentucky Farmer Republican and New Idea Woman'B Magazine... 1.30 1.50 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1:50 Twice-a-Woe- k Constipation. Stouinch "I will cheerfully say that Chamberlain's Tablets aro the most satisfactory remedy for stomach troubles and constipation that I havo sdld In thirty-fou- r years' drug store service," writes S. II. Murphy, druggist, Wells-bureveryObtainable N. Y. m where, g, t Troubles nnd Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. No lxoU Good Feci Good. ono can cither feel good nor FLOW look good whllo suffering from constipation. Get rid of that tired, draggy, lifeless feeling by a treatment of Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills. IJuy a box today, take ono or two In the morning that pills stuffed, dull feeling Is gone and you feel better at once. 25c at your druggist. - . OK IMMIGIMTIO.V TO U. S. STKADHiY INCRKASIXG -- NEW NOT THE SEWINC MACHKNB OF QUALITY. USE LI V-VE- R-L AX A Trench Ono of Untile. the war Is the remarkable stories of that of tho French ser- geant who In a position of peculiar pid sister. Tho Indians, when they bvtli bouud forth, did not sa,w Ellza- Are a guu.J CASTQ RIA Children Cry FiR FLETCHER'S danger Baved the situation by his strange and piercing cry, "Debout, les inorts!" (Stand up, you dead men!) An officer who witnessed the eplsodo thus describes it: We were putting lu order n tronch wo had Just taken. At tho barrier of sandbags at each end two pickets kept careful guard.' Suddculy from bohlnd a mound of SOLD Washington, May 31. Tho flow of Immigration Into tho United" States, UNDER ANY ut one time hulted by tho European OTHER war, shows a greater Increase NAME. normal with each succeeding month. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Figures mado public today by tho If you pnrcbato the XKW HOME you will DepurtinenL of Labor show that 27,-0- have a Ufa asact at tlio price you pay, oud Will aliens reached Amorlcan shores not have an eudlcu chain of repairs. in March, 11 per cent moro than In Quality tho preceding month nnd 43 per cent more than In March of the previous Considered year. In March, ian, dz.ouu aliens it it tho were admitted. Cheapest lu March, sent Italy, with 3,810 moro: immigrants than uny other in the end country. Greece was second, with to buy. 2,913; England third, with 2,584; 2,290, and tho Mexico fourth, with If you wunt a sowing machliu--, write for countries fifth, with our lalf at cutiilofuo before. you purchase. Scandinavian 2,033, Immigrants of Germun na- The New llama Sewk Machipe Co., Orange, Mass.' tionality numbered 1,070. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oE Constipation. Foolirteht all tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant on your feet, whllo relieving your trout lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don'l tako anything else. You can't afford ay it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat tern and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural In its actions, sura results. It in its effect and certain in Vet-LaWill x won't bo long beforo Liv- completely displaco calomel in evert home. Children can tako it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nou gonulno without tho likeness and signa two of L. K. Grlgsby. For sale by J. II. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky Uo-Vr'L- ax HOME ds 00 U Dr. For rnin iat-m- - In the UiU-lVl- n luck good IUJU. r4ft' NEGB8ES ORGANIZE TO FUNNY MONEY IN CHINA. Study Food Values Food provided for the Family ..table deserves the careful thought of every housewife. Do you use thought when buying baking powder? The quality of cake, biscuits and all quickly raised flour foods depends largely upon the kind of baking powder used. Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar derived from grapes. It is absolutely pure and has proved its excellence for making food of finest quality and wholesomeness for generations. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum nor phosphate. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York 8 CONTROL ELECTIONS Princeton judge puts quiet. ox thk plan issues WARNING. KITCHENER LOST Laura Taylor, charged with breach of peace, found not guilty. in Owing to the TRAGEDY court on more than one occasion of IN SEA G. W. Jewell who claimed to be very ill at his homo near Buford Judge Wilson decided that as the mountain ENGLAND'S FOREMOST MILITARY couldn't come to Mohammed, Mohanv MAN MEETS DEATH WHEN med should go to the mountain. Ho SHIP SINKS. therefore convened court at the home of Jewell Wednesday, found the lat ter very much improved in health TO RUSSIA and willing to plead guiltya to two WAS ON WAY charges of selling liquor to minor. He was fined f 50 in each case. lators. Princeton, Ky., Juno 6. :At tho opening of tho" summer term of tho Caldwell Circuit Court hero yestergave day Judgo Carl Henderson vigorous instructions to the grand Jury, severely nrralgnlng "night riding," "possum hunting" or tho confederating and handing together for tho purpose of imtlmldatlng others. He called attention to an alleged effort said to have been made here to form an organization recently among tho negroes for tho purpose of controlling or corrupting elections. It was alleged that nn attempt was made to organize nn "Independent club" among the negroes, and that members of tho club were required to subscrtbo to a "blood oath." Ho thrqugh tho warned the negroes grand Jury against making any such organization, and said thnt the man who instlgntcd such an organization should be In tho penitentiary, whether he bo white or black. bootleggers and Ho denounced blind tiger operators, and asked the grand Jury to Investigate concerning alleged violations of the local option laws, tho carrying of concealed deadly weapons, and tho laws governing gambling. He said It did not matter whether the gambling was done by negroes In a game of "craps" or In tho handsome parlor by tho ladles when playing cards for prizes, that In the eyes of the law both were vioJudgo Henderson Is a delegate from the First district to the Republican National Convention, and will adjourn court today and leave hero this afternoon for Chicago to be present at the convention. . Hampshire Believed to Have Hit Com'th. vs. Will Langtord, charged Mino Off Orkney Islands News with selling liquor, fined $60 and Populace. Excites given 20 days In jail. Also fined $50 for selling liquor to a minor. Getting or Making Chung It a Sort Trial to a Forelgnor. A dollar of our money hi Chinese cash, weighs .eighteen pounds. " whh.'h I u smnll village wbero white people seldom go, I was going along: with my guide when I saw a smnll peddler bcsldo tbo street with some fine Peking pears. 1 .Might six of them for 216 cents and In payment gavo the street peddler n twenty cent piece. He turned It over and over nnd tested it with his thumb null, which wns surely nnulo for tho purpose. The peddler gnro back the coin and Bald that ho would not take It. The guide asked him why, nnd ho explained that he had ncrcr seen any such money nnd that it might Le bad. So I bad to dig up some coppers. In all his life the peddler bad never seen n piece of silver money. There nre thousands and thousands of people In China wboso finuncliil dealings never amount to enough to have It put Into silver, who nre born, grow old nnd pass to their reward without ever liav. Ing seen n pleco of silver. All China Is suspicious about money. Every tlmo you put down a dime or n piece of silver the other perron tests It before he wHI take It, ringing It on the counter or ou tbo pavement. You can't glvo a merchant tho tight amount of change nnd walk off. He won't lot you lenvo until ho has tested every piece, nnd ho always gives Imclc one or two pieces. Ho wouldn't think very much of himself ns n merchant If he didn't refuse some of your money. If you buy something In one part or n store, get your change and walk to another counter nnd buy something else nnd. give the change that has Just been given you the second clerk on general principles will refuse part of it Beforu you buy anything your money has to have the once over. Sometime.It ts maddening to have to wait while your money Is tested. One doy I rushed up to catch a train with Just it minute to spare. One of my dollars w.t bad, nnd beforo change could be made the train bud rumbled off Into the si-- " lent night without me. But In a few minutes the silence was broken broken beyond repair by nn Impulsive young man (5,000 miles from home who put his whole eouI Into one mighty Missouri effort. Homer Croy In Leslie's. Beyond Compare Mtmsing Wear! 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 comtort, 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 and keep London, Junojfi (10:20 p. m.). m Com'th. vs. Curlen Griffin, D. Bac The news that j&rl Kitchener, Sec- on, Shanks Brooklns (col.) charged Report of the Condition of the retary of State forWar, and his staff gambling and fined $20 each. BANK OF HARTFORD to Russia with who were proceeding Doing Business In the Town of cruiser Hampshire, were aboard the Report of the Condition of the Hurt ford, County of Ohio, lost off the Orkney Islands last night, State of Kentucky, at the was the most stunning blow Great Beaver Dam Deposit Bank Close of Business on the Britain has received since the war A Bank Doing Business in Town 1st Day of Juno, began. Dam, County of of Beaver 1010. This is the second shock tho counOhio, State of Kentucky, at try has sustained within a week. The tho Close of Business on RESOURCES. other was when the newspapers apof June, 1st Day Loans and Discounts. . .$197,S59.3S peared Friday evening with tho first 1010. Overdrafts, secured and intelligence of the naval battle in the 1,224.30 unsecured North Sea In tho form of a list of RESOURCES. Stocks, Bonds and other the ships lost, with virtually no inSecurities 4.575J.00 timation that there was any compen- Loans and Discounts. .$220,303.91 5S.6lo.53 Duo from Banks sation in the way of enemy losses. Overdrafts, secured and 404.30 Cash on hand unsecured 12.225..54 Tho bulletin telling of tho death of Checks and other cash gave tho country even a Stocks, Bonds and other Kitchener 25,255.40 Securities 1,163.93 items greater shock. 73.S10.83 Banking House, Furni one outstanding Due from Banks Kitchener was the 10,410.93 4,000.00 ture and Fixtures. . . . personality whom the peoplo talked Cash on hand Other Assets not includ as a great man, Banking House, Furniof and believed in 1,700.00 ture and Fixtures.... ed under any of above notwithstanding newspaper attacks, 154.39 heads period of the war which at a former $332,035.43 Total threatened to undermine his popularLIABILITIES. $279,818.07 Total ity and the public confidence In him. Capital Stock paid In, LIABILITIES. Brief Telegraphic Facts. $ 25,000.00 Capital in cash Stock paid in, Sir A telegram from Admiral 32,000.00 $ 40,000.00 in cash of the Surplus Fund John Jellicoe, commander 20,000-0Surplus Fund giving the bare facts, was re- Undivided Profits, less fleet, expenses taxes and Deposits subject ceived at the Admiralty about 11 2,054. G4 to check ...$117,769.44 paid The first o'clock in the morning. Deposits subTime Depos official announcement was Issued at $ 99,748.16 217,517.60 its ..... about 1:30 in tho afternoon. Such ject to check $129,331.12 Due Banks and Trust news, however, cannot be kept en- Time Depos$143,033.07 272,964.79 2,272.47 Companlos tirely secret even for an hour. Before its 16.00 Unpaid Dividends 28.00 noon rumors wero spreading and the Unpaid Dividends telephones in the newspaper offices $332,035.43 Total $279,818.07 Total were busy with Inquirers anxious to know whether this one of tho many State of Kentucky,) reports circulated In these days of State of Kentucky,) )Sct. )sct. tension had any foundation. They County of Ohio, ) County of Ohio,) were told Uiero was nothing in it. We, I. P. Barnard and John H. Wo, Rowan Holbrook and C. O. report to the Admiral Jelllcoo's Barnes, President and Cashier of tho Hunter, Vice President and Cashier Admlrallty was as follows: "I have to report with deep re- abovo named Bank, do solemnly of tho abovo named Bank, do solgret that His Majesty's ship Hanip-uhtr- swear that tho above statement is emnly swear that the abovo stato-meIs true to the best of our Capt. Herbert J. Savill, R. N.. true to the best of our knowledge knowledge and belief. with Lord Kitchener and his staff on and belief. I. P. BARNARD, President. ROWAN HOLBROOK, V. Pres. board, was sunk last night about 8 JNO. II. BARNES, Cashier. C. O. HUNTER, Cashier. o'clock to the went of tho Orkneys, Subscribed and sworn to before either by a mino or a torpedo. Subscribed and sworn to beforo by observ mo this 5th day of June, 1916. me this 5th day of June, 1916. "Four boats wore seen FRANK BARNES, MARGARET MARKS, ers on shore to leave tho ship. Tho Notary Public. Notary Public. heavy was and wind My Commission expires January My Commission expires February seas wore running. Patrol vessels 11, 1918. and destroyers at onco proceeded to 18, 1920. Correct Attest: S tho spot and a party was sent nlong G. H. BARNES, JAMES WILL BE THE the coast to search, but only some C. P. AUSTIN, PERMANENT CHAIRMAN bodies and a capsized boat have been JNO. H. BARNES, up to tho present. As the found Directors. Washington; Juno 4. Secretary whole shore lias been searched from 4t Tumulty tonight made public tho fol the seaward, I greatly fear that there lowing telegram of President WHboii is little hope of there being any surBlacksnako Attacks Baby. vivors. Somerset, Ky., June C. Hearing t William F. McCombs, chalrmau of baby tho Democratic National Committee: "No report has yet been received tho screams of her "Hon. William F. McCombs, St. from the search party on Bhore. II. coming from the kitchen, Mrs. Asa 31. S. Hampshlro was on her way to Davis, wlfo of an employo of tho Louis: Company near Kentucky Utilities Russia." "I have heard with gratification of hero, rushed to Its rescue and found tho selection of Martin Glynn as tema six-foblacksnako coiled around porary chairman. A strong body of I" COUNTV COURT NOTHS. tho lower limbs and body of the opinion, with which I concur, centers child. The mother's entrance frlght-one- d oh OUlo James for permanent chairtho reptile, which loosed Its man. I would bo gratified by his WOODROW WILSON." County Court conveyed In court hold and was killed by Mrs. Davis. by This unqualified Indorsement hall Monday with Judge John B. Wil- The timely appearance of the mother son presiding and Coumty Attorney probably saved tho child's life. Save tho President assures the selection of Senator James for permanent chairC. M. Crowe looking after the affairs for sovero bruises it was unhurt. man of the Democratic National Con4 of tho Commonwealth. vention at St. Louis. Only tho formal action of the Subcommittee on ArThe will of Alex Maddox was proFOR FLETCHER'S rangements remains to complete hla as was Miat of F. W. Pirtlo. bated, appointment. Com'th. T8. Agnes Grlflin and Mary 0 LIFE OF A Good A PEARL. .... Jewel expert, explodes the sick pearl fallacy. He snysc "For years n statement has been going through the press thnt pearls nre liable to become diseased and die nnd that the famous necklace of pearls presented by President Thiers of Franco to his wife nnd bequeathed by Mmo. Thiers to the French government bad lost their luster nnd died, perhaps owing to the death of the owner. For there is an old belief that pearls, as well as opals and turquoises, lose some of their luster when the owner or wearer becomes 111 nnd change to a dull nnd lifeless lino when the owner dies. "An examination of the necklace by the writer showed that the pearls wero In good condition, and to confirm his statement to this effect he had the director of tbo Louvre museum write blm a letter. In this official communication the director not only states that the pearls had' not sickened nnd died, but thnt they wero In as 'healthy' a condition as they bad ever been. "The Invariable experience of the writer has been that whenever pearls have been said to have suffered In this wny the true opkinntlPn linn been thot they wcie o'd uud ixxir ut tho time of 'their purchase aud that this romance was stnrtcd on Its travels as an excuse to cover uptbo defect of such pearls and to arouse the belief that they had been remarkably beautiful and valuable wheu they were originally Tho Cart Beforo the Horse. Mr. Ilnrbonl had a Jewel of a servant called Johanna. One day he found his bedroom a foot deep In old nnd mwddy tea leaves. Jolmnna explained, "Tho missus nald I made such(n dust when I swept tho tloor und thut I must put ten leaves ull over tho enrpet, so 1 emptied tbo old barrel standing by tho kitchen door, und I put them on the floor UUo" missus said, mnstcr, nftcr 1 had swept tho carrot." London TeleBurled Alive. Jewel Never Gets Sick Nor Dull, Say an Expert. In his book, "The Magic of Jewels and Charms,' Georgo F. Kunz, the Carson SCORES KILLED j 6fc i:rcor.P3i:ATE3 Co. HartFord, Ky. tho bereaved widow ho .piled, his questions to Johnny. "Ah, my boy. When Tornado Sweeps Arkansas pernaps you can tell mo what wero Miiuy Injured. your father's Inst words?" "Ho didn't have no last words," Llttlo Rock, June 5. Fifty-nin- e Bald Johnny. "Ma stayed with him persons have been reported dead and to tho end." Puck. more than 100 injured In a series of tornadoes that swept Arkansas this Contrariness. afternoon. All means of communica"When a girl promises to marry n tion are crippled. man. Miss Ginger, isn't it a sure The dead reported are as follows: proof that she loves him?" Judsonia, White county, twenty-fiv-e "Not at all. Sho might do It Just known dead aud fifty Injured. to spite another man." Heber Sprlugs, eighteen dead. De Lark, Dallas county, four dead. Sultahlo Conveyance. Cabot, White county, five dead. "Mrs. Gaddy says hor husband is Hot Springs, four dead. going to buy her a car"." Morrlllton, ono dead. "Then If ho consults the fitness of county, things ho will get her ti runabout.'VJf Washington Greenland, two dead. Baltimore American. North Arkansas appears to have suffered most severely, nltho the Getting Him Lorutcil. storm was general thruout tho State. "Flzkln Is always talking about d At Judsonia, of the town going to war and how ho would llko was said to have been swept away. to chargo tho enemy." The tornado swept clean an area "Chargo tho enemy shucks that four blocks wide and twelve blocks fellow ain't got ncrvo enough to long. Twenty-fiv- e bodies and fifty chargo a soda fountain." Florida injured already had been taken from Times Union. the ruins at 10 o'clock, reports said. Later. Many Diseases of Humanity. Incomplete tabulations show the Tho human family Is subject to following deaths: about 1,200 different kinds of disease Arkansas, 76; Missouri, 30 possib- and aliment ly moro; Mississippi, 15; Illinois, 1; Tennessee, 4, with a score missing In CROMWELL DEFEATS BEAVER DAM TEAM the overturning of tho Mississippi packet Eleonore. Cromwell, Juno 5. Tho select ti league from Beaver Dam visited tho SMILES. Cromwell npplo knockers on June 3, at tho Cromwell ball park. Not Filling. Tho team from Beavor Dam repLady of tho Houso: You say you resented tho wholo county as there haven't had anything to eat today? Tramp: Lady, do only t'lng I've wore players from Hartford, McIIenry swallowed today is an insult. An- and Beaver Dam, but tho applo knockora carried off the honors of swers. tho day by a score of 7 to 2. Wo attrlbuto tho success of tho Located. "Fred dear, I feel it in my bone3 Cromwell team to tho twirling of tho that yom aro going to take mo to tho best pitcher In Ohio county, Mr. Glenden Stovens, while a number of theater tonight." good plays were mado by tho fol"Which bone, darling?" O. M. Borah, "I'm not sure, but I think It's my lowing Earl Hampton, Chester Shields, WilMichigan Gargoylo. wishbone." liam Douglass, Frank Romans, Robert Burgoss, Clifton Stevens and A Nervy Suitor. Her parent You must understand William Martin. During thlB game, Stovons struck sir, that I want my daughter to have e. out fourteou of the visiting players, as good a homo after inarrlaggns whereas Mr. Pirtlo, tho pitcher for Her Suitor Well, you'ro not go- Beavor Dam from Hartford, struck ing to break up housekeeping, are out four. The Cromwell business men, as you? Boston Transcript. well as tho Cromwell team solicits , the visitation of any team of Ohio Impossible. The minister, not being acquainted county, or adjoining counties to their with the family, was uncertain how magulflcient ball park. . R. E. GENTRY, Mgr. to work-ou- t the obituary. Waiting one-thirt-bo-for- .for o, nt graph. north-northwe- st In the early history of Japan It was decidedly n dubious honor to bo closely related to any person of note, for one of tbo laws at that time decreed thnt when n person of rank or Importance died all Immediate relatives must be burled allvo In a pcnpcndlcular position around the personage's grave. Their heads were left abovo the earth, and thus the' remained until welcome death camo to free them. Quick Lunch Episode. "You tip tho waiter, and I don't" "WjCll?" "Vet ho gavo us both the samo ot nmount of clam chowder." "You arc unobservant, my friend. no dipped yours from tbo top and mine from the bottom, where tho ingredients are." LoulsvHIo Courier-Journal. Honey. Children Ory CASTORIA Honey has boon known from the ear. Host times. The Scriptures mako mention of It and pagan writers celebrated Its virtues. It was culled "(ho milk of tho aged" and wiu thought to prolong life. Honey was.nlsd'osed In the ft the body after death. g - t