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MILITARY BILL TO GO TO CONGRESS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 50 MORE SOLDIERS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY-- , FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916. THE REPUBLICAN STANDARD BEARERS SENT TO MEXICO 1500 REGULARS ORDERED SOUTH' TO REPORT TO GENERAL FUNSTON. measure providing univer- sal service will hi: SOON. SENTED PRE- MANY TRAINING CAMPS SITUATION AGAIN ACUTE Reports of Lawlessness and Carran- za'M Inability Cross tho Border. At One of Which Eciy Mule Citizen llctuccn Ages f ,,J Anil 211 Would TnUe Cour.sc. 'ttVashlngton, June 14. Details of a new universal military training anil service bill to be presented to Con-groIt soon became known provides that nil male citizens Bliall enlist for six months' military camp to-ila- ss tr.Miug during the calendar year In winch they becomo IS years of ago and thereafter tihnll be illschnrged Into the reserve. In tlmo of war tilt-strained men might bo called iuto active service by classes of years, the youngest first. The bill was drawn by Capt. Geo-Vn- n Horn Moselcy, of tho General StalT of the Army, acting unofficlal-l- y In behalf of national defense ors ganizations. It wilt bo proposed as (c) ccTwaomTl a substitute for the pending Chamberlain universal training blll.whlch CHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS. CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. Mexican soil. provides for short periods of varied training extending over ten years, Tho Republican National Convention was brought to a close Saturday by the nomination of former Associate Justice Charles E. Hughes. In a If the State Department has been able to determine just what agencies between the ages of 13 and 23. A little more than An hour Mr, Hughes had resigned his official position, had accepted the nomination and had wired the convention a strong decare inspiring those outbreaks the invigorous campaign will be made for laration of his principles. He closed his message with this: "I have resigned tho position of Associate Justice (get this) and am now ready to passago of the measure at this sesformation is being carefully guarded. enter Into the campaign."' The opposition was routed. The convention then nominated Charles Warren Fairbanks for Vice President and the delegates left tho Windy City for the'.r rospectlve,homes. It Is known that some pfflcials feet sion of Congress, it Is said. certain definite propaganda is being" The only exemptions from traincarried on without Gen. Carranza-'- s ing under tho proposed legislation Democrats; let us deliberate as approval. tonight. It was. the first evening would bo young men physically or Americans," declared Mr. Glynn in since his arrival that he had not DEMOCRATE HOLD WILL SELECT A Carranza Regime Menaced, . otherwise unfit, and members of persounding the keynote. "It Is the devoted to work. His present plans There are indications that officials' manent military ..or naval forces. To reprebusiness of this convention, provide for his departure from the encourage military training in here Govern- that BIG LOVE FEAST senting every section of the United iment feel itself the de facto by LEADER MONDAY city over Sunday, his return here schools, ono month's credit on tho is threatened the every racial spread States, speaking for Monday to confer with the National service six months' compulsory of sentiment. strain in America, to send forth a Just what element hostile to Carand his departure Subcommittee would be allowed for each year of message to all the world that will ranza may Monday night for Providence, R. I., In recognized Institumilitary work be astir and ho'w far the KEYNOTE DELIVERS HUGHES CONSIDERING AVAILA- where he will remain probably until GLYNN leave no room for doubt." rebel movement in the Tehuantepec tions, with a limit of four months' SPEECH AT NATIONAL CONBLE MATERIAL FOR CAM Reviewing President Wilson's con- region, Thursday. The problem of selectthe restlessness around Vera. credit. VENTION IN ST. LOUIS. PAIGN CHAIRMAN. duct of foreign affairs, he declared Cruz, the disloyalty ing a summer residence Is presentWould KITect Economy. of some Sftate likely, howevwith Washing difficulties. It is the President had stood The l'rsldent would bo empowered Governors and the ington, Adams and Grant, who had er, that ho will remain In New York to suspend tho organization of any agitation may be interwoven fn , regular army units, and CALLERS ARE RECEIVED State and will choose a location in the BRYAN IN BAND WAGON preserved peace with honor, number of attempt to overthrow tho '"' mountains not too remote from this , to assign their officers to the trainde facto Government, no official """" city. Keown Tlnsley. -: ing camps. This would effect econwould say. Among tho nominee's callers th3 The wedding of Miss Alice Keown omy, It Is urged, by permitting a re- Among Whom Are Progressives And The War Department had nothing: afternoon were Miss Frances A. Kel-lo- r, Commoner Whipped Into Line Mak- and Mr. Raymer W. Tlnsley was but routine messages from duction of tho regular army without Miss Frances Democrats ing The Convention Tame the bord--e- r. head of the Social Service Buquietly solemnized at the home of reducing the force available In case Keller Culls. The disposition of the 1,500 regAffair. reau of the Progressive party; Geo. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Keown, parents ulars of war. ordered south yesterday will be B. Agnew, former State Senator, and of the bride, Wednesday afternoon determined by A system of penalties would bo Gen. Funston after Merwln K. Hart, former Assemblyat 1:30. provided for employers of men abovo conference with Gen. Leonard Wood, Coliseum, SL Louis, June 14. New York, Juno 14. Charles D. man. Tho two latter callers were Rev. E. C. Stevens, of Louisville, the age of 18 years who had not commander of the Eastern DepartHart-AgneBUI, With the keynote of "Americanism performed tho cremony. The room ment, by telegraph. passed through the training. Per- Hllles' successor as chairman of the joint authors of the The men now-a- ll Republican National Committee will which abolished racing during Mr. and Peace, Preparedness and Pros- was shaded and modestly decorated sons not complying also would bo are under Gen. Wood's command barred from holding any position un- bo selected, in all likelihood, at a Hughes' Administration as Governor perity," the Democratic National for the occasion. and will bo sent by him to points Convention began Us first session The bride wore a blue coatsuit and designated by der tho Federal Government, and in conference hero next Monday after- of Now York. tho border commander. George Haven Putnam, a New uw j Htkwi iiuuii iu'uh; null nub carried a shower bouquet of white they leave the country to cscapo noon between Charles E. Hughes, Mobilized From East. tho presidential nominee; W. Murray York Democrat, who worked for the a single element in sight to disturb roses and sweet peas. servlco would bo required to fulfill Ten companies of coast artillery, Immediately after the ceremony Crano, of Massachusetts, chairman election of Woodrow Wilson at tho the harmonious ronomination of the obligation on their return. drawn from fortifications between Unruly characters might bo segre- of tho National Subcommittee on Or- Baltimore convention, was another President Wilson and Vice President Mr. and Mrs. Tlnsley motored to Portland, Me., and Sandy Hook, and Ho came In response to an Marshall. Beaver Dam where they entrained a gated and trained In special discip- ganization, and as many of tho other caller. battalion of engineers from the barInvitation from Mr. Hughes after When National for Chicago. Mr. Tlnsley will pur-su- o racks in Washington Chairman linary organizations. Friends of tho sevou members of tho were under ord having written the nominee a letter called tho convention to order his German studies in tho Uni- ers to bill point out this might go far to- as can bo present. Join Gen. Pershing's army and Arangement8 for tho conference telling him that tho paramount is- 12,000 delegates, alternates and spec- versity of Chicago this summer, after ward solving present problems of assist in guarding against further treating Incorrlglblo youths. No pay were made lato today by Mr. Crane. sue of the campaign was American- tators packed tho big Coliseum to the which they will be at home at the border raids in the region near Larroof. Members of the National Com University of Mississippi. would bo allowed for tho training It was also announced that tho mali ism. edo. mittee, members of President Wilporlods, but tho Government would nger of tho Hughes campaign probAsslsstant Secretary of War Inson's Cabinet and party leaders from SECRETARY DANIELS PLANS ARE EXPLAINED pay nil expenses. If called Into ac- ably would bo solccted then and that gram, in tho absence of Secretary tho personnel of tho Exccutivo Comall over tho country had places on ENDORSES SUFFRAGISTS Baker, faced a situation which offtive service later, tho men would mittee will bo discussed. The sub- Ry Cooperative Agent For Handling tho platform. Plaster medallions of regular array pay. icials admitted appeared serious. They 11)1(1 Crop of Tobacco. committee Is ompowcred to name tho Washington, Jackson, Jefferson and Many Training Cnnip.x. St. Louis, June 13. Joy filled the feared not only continuance of bandCleveland looked down upon tho del- - suffrage camps hero tonight because It raids, but tho effect which tho killTho proposed menauro contem- chairman and tho Executive CommiJuno 12. Ac- egates from tho decorations, which today Secretary of tho Navy Daniels ing of three of the bandits who raidLlvermoro, Ky plates establishment of n large num- ttee No announcement concerning tho cording to previous announcement, consisted uniformly of nothing but had publicly endorsed the equal ed tho Coleman ranch near Laredo ber of training camps. They probably would bo operated for actlvo nomlnco's choice- for national chair- thero was a meeting of tho business tho American flag. Tho only plcturo rights movement, and on every hand Sunday might have on tho Mexican training only between spring and man or campaign manager, has been men of Llvermoro and the tobacco of President Wilson In tho hall hung suffragists declared they believed people. Equally puzzling to officials fall, or In other seasons of moderate mado and Indications are that ho will growers of this vicinity for tho pur In front of tho speakers' desk Inscrib- the Democratic platform will favor was tho question of what purpose is continue to consider names of "avall-ab- o pose of perfecting plans to provide, ed "America First." temperature and good weather. their cause. tho basis for tho demcandidates until his meeting with for the selling of tho present growing Vice presidential booms, wilted by of tho system would bo com Tho secretary made It plain that onstrations and tho renewed border In pursuauco of crop of tobacco and havo same deliv- President Wilson's direct word that ho spoko only as an Individual, but attacks. paratively low, friends of tho plan : tho declare. They express belief that tho his policy of retraining from discus ered in tho markets of tho home ho desired the ronomination of Vlco suffragists believed his words may burden on citizens' tlmo would bo! sion of political affairs for the pres- towns. L. N. Robertson, agent" of tho President Marshall, were brought to. have an Inlluenco on tho resolutions KENTUCKY TOBACCO IS SOLD TO FRANCE lighter than under any other uulver- -' ent, Mr. Hughes declined to say branch offico of the American Co- tho convention hall, but only as committee, Both suffragists and will be given a hearing sal training method and that In ad-- i whether ho had mado a tentative operative association nt Owensboro, "favorite" compliments. When National Chairman New York, Juno 13. What is said Thursday by tho resolutions commitdltlon to furnishing a groat number cholco. Mr. Crano also declined to was present and laid tho proposed had called tho convention to tee, It was announced tonight. to bo tho largest tobacco transportaplans before tho growers, which mot of available trained men, It would comment on tho situation. In tho meantime Mr. Hughes will tho hearty approval of those pres- order the next business was the readtion contract over accepted hero, was provide valuablo physical and discipcontinue his informal conforences ent. ing of tho call by Secretary J. Bruce closed today whon tho Oriental NaviSink German Ship. linary culture hero with party leaders and his Afcr a full explanation was had, it Kremer. Former Governor Glynn,, London, Juno 14. The German gation company agreed to carry of old and now friends and was declded.by request of the grow- of Now York, was next with tho key auxiliary cruiser Herzmann has been pounds from this port to TO DAVID SUCCEED KAIUj KITCHENER supporters. Tho longest conference ers, to adjourn to meet again on Sat- note speech. Down under tho speak- attacked mid sunk in tho Baltic, Franco in July and August. The tohe hold today was .with Ocorge W. urday, Juno 17, at 2 o'clock.and all ers' stand direct telophono and tolo-gra- south-eaof Stockholm, by four bacco comes from Louisville, Ky and iu were requested to use tholr best 'enwires to tho White House car- Russian torpedo boat destroyers, ac- will bo shipped in hogsheads, of London, Juno 14. It is understood Wlckorsham, Attorney General that tho Secretaryship for War, niado President Taft's Cabinet, who will deavors tb get a full meeting tor ried momentary reports of the pro- cording to Berlin. Reports from which thero will be 15,000. Charles Gouzelle, tobacco commissSweden and Denmark concerning Tacant by tho death of Field Marshal take an actlvo part in the campaign Saturday. The meeting was presid- ceedings in tho hall. Mr. Wlckersham ex- ed over by Dr. II. J. Beard, and Mr. All prospect of a fight in the con- tho fight say that it was between Rus- ioner of the French government, i Earl Kitchener, has been offered to management. vention had gone glimmering over- sian torpedo craft and a German aux- the purchaser. Tho purchase is tho He is expected pects to keep in closo touch with tho J. W. Garst served as secretary. David Lloyd-Goorgnight with William J. Bryan's an- iliary cruiser, some torpedo boats result of a decision of the French accept the portfolio, according to ( nominee from now until election day to nouncement that he did not propose and armed trawjers which were con- war department to see that the men No Petition for Youtsey Pardon. but not to sever and probably will be among Mr. In in the trenches recolve alt the tobacNo formal application for a pardon to press certain planks before the voying German merchantmen. entirely his connection with tho Min- Hughes' closo advisers. A report that Mr. Wlckorsham might be clios? for Henry Youtsey has been present- Resolutions Comlttee and that he addition to the auxiliary cruiser and co desired, without being forced to istry of Munitions. An official statement regarding the on campaign manager was denied at ed to acting Gov. Combs. He has re- would make campaign speeches for a German destroyer, twelve of the depend on shipments from friends, to ceived five or six letters requesting (be Democratic nominee. merchantmen are reported to have relatives and societies formed War Secretaryship is expected by the headquarters. ' The nominee went to the theater executive clemency for Youtsey. "Wo have entered this ball as been sunk. . supply thero. , eaAf the week, &s'c&im apsxgr- -' reported further demonstrations, leaving the situation unchanged. Tho agitation has subside ed in the Chihuahua region, where the most violent outbreaks occurred. Secretary Lansing refused to make public details of consular reports. He Indicated, however, that smashing of store windows, parading and speechmaklng had constituted the greater part of the outbreaks sweeping tho Mexican States near the border. The rioters have not distinguish" ed between Americans and other fore-- ' lgners, it was stated, although of the disorder is always the presence of American troops ott the-basl- Washington, Juno 13. White-somState Department advices to day gave a more favorable aspect to conditions In Northern Mexico, others e -- anti-forei- rf --!- w cn-j- e , bs re-cel- - J Bx-pen- so --- 00 LLOYD-GKOHG- E ph st ( o. ( HUGHES ACCEPTS THE NOMINATION EVENTS TRANSPIRE WITH LIGHT- NINO IJKK RAPIDITY AT NEW YORK HOME. PRINCIPLES Nominee In OUTLINED Ringing Declaration JLciivos No Doubt As To What Ho Stands For. Juno 10. Charles Evans Hughes stepped down today from the Supremo bench, and, again a private citizen, accepted the Republican nomination for President. In a telegram ringing with denudation of tho Administration's foreign policies and declaring for a dominant, thorough-goin- g Araerlcanlsm.he gave his decision to Chairman Harding, of tho Republican National Convention, and broke tho long silence which had kept the leaders of his party in tho dark as to his attitude toward the great issues of tho day. "I have not desired tho nomination," said the telegram. "I have wished to remain on tho bench. But In this critical period of our national history I recognize that It is your right to summon and that It Is my paramount duty to respond." Within an hour after Chairman Harding had notified him of his nomination Mr. Hughes had accepted the call. His resignation, a scant two-lin- o letter without a superfluous word was on its way to the White House from the Hughes home beforo the nominee had dispatched the message of acceptance, and called the waiting group of newspaper men Into his study to tell them of his decision. Acceptance Brief. President Wilson accepted the resignation in a reply almost as brief. Apparently Mr. Hughes' letter was framed so that tho President might be saved tho embarrassment of expressing regret or making more than a formal reply. "I hereby resign the office of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of tho United States," ho wrote. To which tho President replied, "I am in receipt of your letter of resignation and feel constrained to yield to your desire. I, therefore, accept your resignation as Justice of the Supreme Court of tho United States to take effect at once." When copies of both tho telegram to Chicago and tho letter of resignation had been made nubile. Mr. Hitches left his home for his custom ary afternoon walk. Soon aftor his return Lawrence Green, his private secretary, told him of Col. Roose-Telt- 's conditional declination of the Progressive nomination. Mr. Hughes sent word to Inquirers that ho had nothing to say concerning It. His friends, however, were outspoken In their satisfaction over Col. Roose, Washington, tude. Belated efforts have not availed to recover tho Influcnco and prestige thus unfortunately sacrificed, and brave words have been stripped of their forco by indecision." Events transpired with dramatic suddenness at tho Hughes homo today as a climax to monotonous weeks of waiting. It had been thought that things would move swiftly and that night would And the Republican convention adjourned, Us work few of the candidate's closest friends believed that the day's would crowd his resignation from the bench, his acceptanco of the nomination and his declaration of principles Into tho spaco of little more than an hour. Hughes' Statement. Following Is the telegram to Chairman Harding: "Mr. Chairman and delegates: "I have not desired the nom- -' I have wished to reInation. main on the bench. But In this crltlcial period in our national history I recognize that it is your right to summon and that It Is my paramount duty to respond. You speak at a time of national exigency, transcending merely You patrlsan considerations. voice the demand for a dominend-ed.b- ut ant, thorough-goin- g Amerlcan-sl- m velt's attitude. No plans have been made by tho nominee for the summer. Tho famthe ily had practically dismantled Sixteenth-streresidence here, with tiio intention of returning to Maine for the hot months, but those plans have been abandoned. Whether Mr. Hughes will go on tho stump or whom he will select to manage his campaign are questions that have not been given consideration so far. In his telegram of acceptance Mr. Hughes announced his stand "for the firm nnd unflinching maintenance of all rights of American citizens on land and sea;" for "an Americanism that knows no ulterior purpose, for a et patriotism that Is tingle and complete;" and for "preparedness, not only entirely adequato for our defense with respect to numbers and equipment In both nrmy and navy, but with ull .thoroughness to the end that in each branch of tho sorvlco thoro may bo the utmost oillcloncy under the most competent admin- istrative heads." What ho thinks of tho Administration's foreign policy was told In part as follows: KorclKii Policies "1 neither Impugn motives nor understlninto difficulties. But it Is most regrcattably truo that in our foreign relations wo liavo suffered incalculably from tho weak and viclllatlng course which has been taken with regard to Mexico a course lanieu-- . taboly wrong with regard to both our rights and our duties. "At the ouUot of the Administration the high rcspon-- . nihilities of our diplomatic intercourse with foroigu nations were subordinated to a conception of partisan requirements, nnd we presented to tho world a humiliating spectacle of Inepti ( . with firm protective upbuilding policies essential to our peace and security; nnd to that call In this crisis 1 cannot fall to answer with the pledge of nil that Is In me to tho service of our country. Therefore I accept the nomination. "I stand for the firm and of all unflinching maintenance the rights of American citizens on land and sea. I neither Impugn motives nor understlmate difficulties. But It Is most regrettably true that In our fore lgn relations we have suffered Incalculably from the weak and vacillating course which has been taken with regard to Mexico a course lamentably wrong With regard to both our rights and our duties. We Interfered without consistency; and while seeking to dictate when we were not concemed.we utterly failed to appreciate and discharge our plain duty to our own citizens. "At the outset of the Administration the high responsibilities of our diplomatic with foreign nations were subordinate to a conception of partisan requirements and we presented to the world a humiliating spectacle of Inaptitude. Belated efforts have not availed to recover the influence and prestige so unfortunately sacrificed; and brave words have been stripped of their force by Indecision. Retoro Diplomacy. "Our desire to see our diplomacy restored to its best standards and to have these advanced; to have no sacrifices of na- tional interest to partisan expediencies; to have the first ability of the country always at Its command here and abroad In diplomatic Intercourse; to maintain firmly our rights under International law; Insisting steadfastly upon all our rights as mutual and fully performing our International obligations; and by tho clear correctness and Justness of our position and our manifest ability and disposition to sustain them to dignify our place among the nations. "I stand for an Americanism that knows no ulterior purpose; patriotism that Is single and complete. Whether native or naturalized, of whatever race or creed, we havo but one country nnd wo do not for nn Instant tolorato any division of allegiance. "I believe In making prompt provision to assure absolutely national security. I believe In preparedness, not only entirely adequate for our defense with rospect to numbers and equipment in both nrmy and navy, but with nil thoroughness to the oud that In each branch of tho sorvlco thero may bo tho utmost ofilolency under tho most competent heads. "Wo wish to promote all wlso and practicable measures for tho Just settlement of International disputes. In view of our abiding ideals, thero Is no danger of militarism In this country. Wo havo uo policy of aggression; no lust for territory; no zeal for strife. It Is in this spirit that wo demand ndequato provision for national defense and wo condemn the Inexcusable neglect that has been shown In this matter of first national Importance. Wo must have the strength which self respect demands, the strength of an efficient nation ready for every emergency. Prenamlncss Needed. "Our preparation must be Industrial and economic as well as military. Our severest tests will lnter-Intercour- se como after tho war Is over. We must make a fair and wlso readjustment of tho tariff, In nccord-anc- o with sound protective Insure our economic Independence and to maintain American standards of living. We must conserve tho Just Interests of labor, realizing that In democracy patriotism and national strength must bo rooted In ovenhanded Justice. In preventing, as wo must, unjust discriminations and monopolistic practices we must still bo zealous to assuro the foundations. of honest business. Particularity should we seek the expansion of foreign trade. Wo must, throttle American enterprise hero or aboard, but rather promoto it nnd take pride In honorable achievements. Wo must take up the serious problems of transpor-portatloof Interstate and foreign commerce, In a sensible and candid monner, and provide an enduring basis for prosperity by tho Intelligent use of tho constitutional powers of Congress, so as adequately to protect tho public on tho one hand and, on the other, to conserve the essential instrumentalities of progress. for tho principles of our civil service laws. In every department of government tho highest efficiency must be InFor all laws and sisted upon. programmes are vain without efficient, and Impartial adminisprln-ciplcs.- to n, finished tho Insurance Investigation. Tho next year when W. R. Hearst was nominated for governor by both tho Democrats and tho Independence Leaguo, Mr, Hughes was selected by graT Kx3EKtt; tho Republicans as the man to defeat tho fusion Candida to and ho was elected, tho only Republican on the stato ticket who was not defeated at tho election. Throughout his administration as governor he was at loggerheads with 501VS tho Republican organization. He first urged the passage of tho public ser-vlTho Kind You Havo Always Botight, and. which Iins been commission law, telling the Legin uso for over SO years, has homo tho slRiintnro of ana lias uccn nmuo unucr ins per islature a railroad commission paid ! Srt. sonnl supervision slnco its infancy. by tho railroads and with only ad&ccUM, Allow no ono todccclvo youlnthta visory powers was Inadequate. Little aro hut All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Just-ns-goattention wns paid to the proposed I2xpcriuicnts that triflo with nnd endanger tho health ot measure by the Legislature and Gov. Infants and Chllurcn Expcrlcnco against iixperuueut. Hughes took the question to the people. He stumped tho stato for his I bill and finally tho Legislature responded. Cnstoria is a harmless snhstituto for Castor Oil, PareHardly had the bill becomo a law goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other jS'nrcotio before the Legislature passed a two-cesubstance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms Gov. passenger fare measure. nnd allays Fevcrl.shncss- - For moro tlinn thirty years it Hughes vetoed It on the ground that 1ms been in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation, a Legislature should not deal arbitFlatulency, "Wind Coll , all Teething1 Troubles nnd rarily with matters requiring InvesDinrrliaia. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. tigation, , particularly when it had Tho Children's Fnuncca Tho Mother's Friend. Just provided machinery for Investigating such matters and had granted power to relievo a situation as I Justice and reason might demand. He also succeeded In having a measure Bears the Signature of against race track betting enacted, resulting in the closing of Important tracks in New York Stato and thus throughout tho affecting racing Children Cry for Fletcher's co C&&& od " What is CASTOR A It nt GENUINE CASTOR A ALWAYS . country. Appointed to Supreme Itenrli. With tho record of his first term behind him Gov. Hughes was considered prominently for the Republican presidential nomination in 190S. President Roosevelt threw his power In favor of his secretary of war, Mr. Taft, and Gov. Hughes Instead was renominated governor and reputation Ho achieved widespread as a campaign speaker by opening tho Republican campaign at Youngstown, Ohio. It was during his second term In 1910 that President Taft appointed him to the supreme court bench. As a member of tho court his clearness of comprehension and his ability of concise statement led to his selection by tho chief justice In even the first year of his service to write many of the most Important declslons'rcn-dere- d Among these by the court. state rate cases, were the the pure food law decision and the Virginia-Wes- t Virginia debt case. Mr. Hughes was married In New York City, Dec. 5. 188S, to Antoinette daughter of Walter S. Carter, and has four children, Charles Evans Hughes, Jr., Helen, Catherine and Elizabeth Hughes. He was for several years president of tho Brown University Club of New York, a trustee of Brown University and a trustee of tho Fifth Avenue Baptist Church In New York. He is a member of the Lawyers, Republican, University, Union Leaguo and Cornell University clubs and the American, New York State and City bar associations. Though In official life Mr. Hughes has been known as a hard worker, In private life he Is buoyant, fond of books of all kinds, muBlc and golf, besides being a mountain climber who has been over most of SwitzerNew-York trations. "I cannot within tho limits of this statement speak upon all the subjects that will require attention. I can only say that I fully Indorse the platform you have adopted. "I deeply appreciate the responsibility you Impose. I should have been glad to have that responsibility placed upon another. But I shall undertake to meet It, grateful for the confidence you express. I sincerely trust that all former differences may be forgotten and that we may have united effort In a patriotic realization of our national need and our opportunity. "I have resigned my Judicial office, and I am ready to devote myself unreservedly to the campaign. "CHARLES E. HUGHES." Charles Evans Hughes was born In Glen Falls, New York, April 11, 1SG2 making him four years younger than Roosevelt, and six years younger than President Wilson. His father was a Baptist minister and his mother was a devout woman who shaped his early education with the Idea of preparing him for the ministry. The family moved to Newark, N. J., when he was a boy and during his young manhood It settled In New York City. Brilliant always as a student, young Hughes was graduated from a New York high school at the head of his class at the ago of fifteen, so young that his fath er would not permit him to enter college for a year. He was graduated from Brown University In 1881, one of the five Phi Beta Kappa honor men of his year. Finally he attended the Columbia University law school, holding tho prlzo fellowship from 1884 to 1887. At tho beginning of his career Mr. Hughes was an Instructor In Greek mathematics at an academy In Delhi, N. Y. A chiding remark from the principal of that academy to tho effect that young Hughes would havo trouble controlling the discipline of his classes because ho had "no moro beard than an egg" Is cited in Innumerable biographical records of Mr. Hughes as having been responsible for tho Hughes' beard, which has since figured so largely In polltlclal In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CINTAUX OOMKV, Nkw VORK CITV. Starck Pianos inAdvanoe LowcNtNet No Money Sntinfnc-Ho- n ranteed Guay Fa of Prlooa eLiiiiW' iL I To ram Esal.Jl A S200 Fro in Fno-tor- Saving oi SlOO to y P, A, STARCK .RISIOSNT Direct IN YOUR OWN HOME Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we nsk Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 days. 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These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and It It lossible for you i buy a plana for jvur home, without mlnlrg tho money. . , Vou pay nv caih down, We ship direct to you from our factory, t Vib C1ftll ftf li ShftlC t'Aii Ui'nilU) V IIIVCS IjUUb biva J VW nnwafih nf IflHVlVV In u OR.Va Sitaraalao oiarcK Ereey Starck Puna i guaranteed for 2J years. This guarantee bat sack of it our 85 yean of piano experience, and the reputation of an responsible plino home. 2nd -- Hand Bargains lVe have constantly on ban 1 s tirfre number ot slightly used and second'hand pianos of sH standard makes uLr-- In exchange fcr new Starck I'lanoa and Player-PianoThe follow. Ing ire a few sample bargains: Flayer-Piin- ft land. s caricatures. Aftor a short experience as an Petrified lints In Old House. educator Mr. Hughes became a law While wrokmen were engaged In L. remodeling tho old Ball homestead, clerk In the office of Stowart Woodford, who later was elected on Broad street, Bloomflcld, N. J lloutennnt-governo- r of New York, now owned by Policeman John Marsbut his health was undermined by his hall, they unearthed an old tin flue, Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can work and ho accepted a chair as pro- n small brass lock, two petrified rats give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford fessor of law at Comoll University. und several greenbacks. Two years later, howover, ho was Tho money was so worn from ago $ Mill Co., 'phone, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. back practicing law In New York. that Marshall and othors who examAttracts Notice or Public. ined It were unable to discern tho deThe public first heard of Mr. nomination nnd will send It to tho Hughes in 190S and 190G. It was In United States Trensury Department those years that he served, ftrst as In the hopo that its value, It any, ' counsel for tho Stevens legislative may bo learned. We Knock the Spots Out of Things Will Sloan's Mnlment Relievo Pain? Try it nnd see one appllcatioa will prove more than a column of claims. James S. Ferguson, Phlla , Pa. writes: "I have had wonderful relief since I used Sloan's Liniment on my knees. To think after all these years of pain one application gave Many thanks for what mo relief. your remedy has done for me." Don't keep on suffering, apply Sloan's Liniment where your pain is and notice how quick you get relief. Penetrates without rubbing. Buy It at uny Drug 3 Store. 25c. 50 Free Music Lessons To every purchaier of Starck I'lanoa, we give free inuile lessons. In one ot the belt known schools In Chicago. These lessons you can take In your own borne, by mail. This represents one year's free Instruction. Weber Steinway Chlckering Kimball Starck second-han- $110.00 92.00 S0.00 95.00 193.00 bargain Btirck risrer.l'Unns are the best and mnit beautiful Plver ta ths market, iou wm ue llgbted vflth the many exclusive features of thus wonderful instrumrnts,r4sT will be pleased with the very low prices at which they can be accural. n w Piano Boob Free Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano look which gives you s large amount of Inform tion regarding pianos. Thi book will Interest and piesse you. Write today. Send for our latest complete list P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1813 Starck Dldg., CHICAGO THOS. E. MOggl Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. i 4,. LesPicDe- committee Investigating tho gas companies of New York, and then ns counsel for tho Armstrong legislative committee for tho Investigation of Insurance business In Now York. In the first Investigation Mr. Hughes made a roputatlon, but It attracted little attention outside of Now York City. In the lnsurnnco Investigation, however, ho unearthed natlon-wjdscandals and tho whole country followed tho dramatic story which ho revealed. Beforo his investigation was half finished, however, Republican leaders seized upon tho record which he had made to carry their party victory. Tho Now York City Republican convention nominated him for mayor, but ho declined because he had not o, Then hero was an old nowspaper, which fell to pieces when picked up. Tho tin flute, ncordlng to Marshall, was the kind used In Revolutionary War days. Tho homestead Is more than a cen- French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. tury old. Now York Herald. Send us your Garments and Have Forethought. Them People aro learning that a llttlo CLEANED CLEAN forethought often saves them big (stance: E. W. Packages called (or and delivered. expense. Hero Is an Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: "I do not believe that our family has THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB been without Chamberlain's Co'lc. A. Iva Nail, Prop. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. we commenced keeping bouse years ago. When we go on an exteuded visit we take It with us." Obtainable Subscribe for The Ilurtford Uejmb. m Ucmu 91.00 per yew. everywhere. Ladies' and Men's Garments 1 Fifty-fiv- e 1 10 typewriters. Shorthand, Co, sons explained by Moving ture machine Seven big partments Book- keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, MubJj, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipment. Position assured. Write for catalogue. Daviess Bus. Collegt Incorporated OWENSUORO, KY. t BUSINESS RUSHING BACK AND FORTH FOR THE SQUIRES! CUPID'S VICTIMS KEEP ROCK-POU(INI).,) OFFICIALS BUSY OHIO COUXTIANS WED. !ro$ssssssM$ssrosss$tf T, NOTICE! e See our big line of Straw Hats and Oxfords for men (Copyright.) STORIES FROM THE , AMERICAN HISTORY - MiKKoitTi'MM op Tin: hm:m:hHASSKTS JOINED AAIION lU'RIl'S SCHEME. When Anron Durr paw visions of the esabllshlng of a great empire In the Wes.t, he naturally enlisted as many men of means ns poslhle to help him cary out his treacherous scheme. For tho most part these men were misled nnd believed they were entering Into a colonization scheme that had the full sanction of tho government. Dur had- - deceived them and sadly wero tliey compelled to pay for his pcrfedity. One of these men who was deceived was Harmnn GVnncrhnsset, an Englishman, who came to America In 1797, and son after his arrival settled on nn island. In the Ohio river, about fourteen miles below Marietta. With what money he possessed ho was nblo to turn tho dcsolute but picturesquely located placo into a verlablo paradise, nnd hero he and his wlfo m lived, surrounded by nil tho luxuries A Doctors Itemed)' for Coughs. that ho was to transport to this As a cutc for coughs and colds Dr. place. combines these Bell's When Bnrr was laying Us plans remedies In Just the right proportion for his empire, ho picked upon Blen- to do tho most good for summer nerhasset ns ono to assist him. The coughs or colds. A trial will prove Englishman, it would appear from tho value of this splendid cough hlstroy, was entirely innocent of any .medicine. Dr. Bell'sPlne-Tar-Hone- y wrong-doin- g when ho allowed Durr soothes the irritation, stops the cough to talk hi in Into assisting him iu his i kills tho cold germs and does you a venture. Hurr rando tho journey to world of good. A 25c bottlo bill more tho Ulcnnerassct homo unannounced, than convince you It will stop your and when the proprietor found thnt cough. At druggists. 3 fi had as n guest n former Vice President of tho United States, he felt BETTING WAS LIGHT. complimented, nnd tho affable manner of Uurr not only attracted nnd his wife, but everyono Lev Thau $23,000 ChanKed Hnnds, "Jim" O'LOary Snjs. with whom he came In contnet. ) Inveigling tho Englishman After Chicago, Juno 12. Less than $25,-00- 0 Into his schemo, tho expedition wns changed hands as the result of to descend tho Ohio and prepared take possession of tho country. In tho nomination of Charles Hughes by the meantime, President Jefferson tho Republlclan convention, accordheard of it and beennio alarmed. Ho ing to "Jim" O'Leary, who operated knew Aaron Burr perfectly nnd was Chicago's "unofllclal book." Of this well nwaro of his ambition and his amount supporters of the supreme court Justice gathered in $15,000 powers of Intrigue. In November Jefferson sent out n some of whom had obtained odds of secret agent to report concerning tho 8 to 5. Sherman backers, in spito of tho proceedings, nnd tho result was that of Ohio was ordered to fact that they got odds of 8 to 1 and the Governor support tho military expedition by even 10 to 1, lost more than 5,000. seizing tho boats. Mr. Blennerhasset, Tho other bets wero made on favorlto when ho heard of tho opposition to sons. "From the betting standpoint thero tho expedition, decided to relinquish has been less Interest than during any tho whole enterprise, but Mrs. was very ambitious and convenlon I havo ever seen," O'Leary ljad entered Into tho schemo with all said. "In most cases tho odds were tho enthusiasm of her nature. Had nrbltrary.for no oue know Just what Sportsmen tho husband followed tho dictates of was going to happen. own Judgement, ho would havo wero afraid to wager their money. A his t, heen saved from ono of tho most few piker bets wero lost on Boose-volalthough up to Friday he was tragedies which over befell dreadful Strangely, there was tho favorite. a family. Mr. Blcnnerhass.et, In tho minds plenty of Roosevelt money In sight of tho Western Assembly, was crim- tho first of tho week, but nobody inally guilty of assisting Burr und would cover it." learned with much alarm that a body Stomach Troubles and Constipation. of militia was to bo sont to tho "I will cheerfully say that Chamarrest him, to sclzo tho boats, most satisall the men there. Not a move- berlain's Tablets nfe the and was no factory remedy for stomach troubles ment was to bo lost. There Bold In knowing what outrages these lawless and constipation that I havo years' drug storo service," upon a family thirty-fou- r men might indict writes S. H. Murphy, druggist, Wells-burwhom they donounced as traitors. everyObtainable N. Y. tho few Mr. Blennerhasset and ni mon with him Immediately embarked where ' escape arrest, on board tho boats to In tho meantime, Mrs. Blennerhasset, with her children, remained on tho FOR FLETCHER'S island. Tho soldiers upon arrival besavages. They took pos haved Hko ay ey I I Blen-nerhass- ct Blan-nerhoas- et g, session of tho bouse.rioted through Its elegant apartments, seized upon nil the family stores, became drunk with the wine and whiskey they found In tho cellar and committed outrages which would havo disgraced a band of savages. Thus passed seven days of horror. At length a warm friend of tho family, A. W. Putman, ventured upon the Island to render such assistance ns might be In his power to the heroic woman. He provided her with a boat, In which she stored n few articls of furniture and made her flight down the river to Join her husband. All resistant upon the island being then tnken away, the brutal, drunken soldiers ransacked the mansion of all its contents. Whatever they could not carry away, they destroyed. Ruthless destruction had swept the entire place when they had finished. The mansion itself "was finally burned to tho ground. Blennerhasset, though vigorously pursued, succeeded In making his escape. At tho mouth of the Cumberland river his wlfo Joined him. Finally both Blennerhasset and Burr were arrested for treason, but they were finally acquitted. flat-botto- RECONCILIATION IS URGED FDR CHINESE .MINISTER STY'S IT WHJi PREVENT INTERVENTION JAPAN WANTS FHEE HAND. Peking, May 10. Alfred Sze, tho in London, has Chinese Minister wired to the Foreign Office urging that the North and South reconcile their differences as soon as possible, In order to prevent foreign intervention. He advised tho Foreign Office that tho Japanese Ambassador in London 1b constantly seeking to get tho British Government to grant Japan a free hand in China, and that England has not given a formal answer, but will probably be influenced by the conduct of the various factious In China. New Treaty Made. Liu Chlng-Jethe Chinese Minister to Russia, has wired to the "Foreign Office regarding tho conclusion of tho reported Russo-Japanetreat, the most inportant section of which is declared to relate to Chinese affairs. The Minister says this treaty prDbalily will be signed in Petrograd in a short time. Although the. terms of the treaty were not available in Petrograd when tho Minister wired, tho publication of the alleged text in Toklo has caused much uneasiness in China. The Japanese legation In Peking has emphatically denied the Toklo reporter of tho effect that Russia has agreed to get Japan a clear hand in maintaining peace In China, thus recognizing Japan's special privilege in China. However, the Chincso press Tery generally credits tho reports printed in the Japanese newspaper, and momentairly expects an announcement of tho conclusion of tho n, se Russo-Japane- se treaty. the Chinese newspaper express opinion that Russia has been able to for other members of the Entente Into an agreement to. recognize Jap-an- 's special position as director of The Peking Far Eastern affairs. Daily News says: "Thero nro indications that Great Britain has, it may be beltcved with reluctance and humiliation, consented to abstain from active lntcrfererico while the fetters are being fastened upon China. Evidence Given. "Do the people of China stand in need of any further evidence in regard to the deadly peril In which tho country stands? While they waste their energies upon questions, of comparatively as little Importance as that which plunged tho mighty Powers of Lllliput and Blefuscu Into war tho question, It will bo remem-brewas whether an egg should do broken at tho smaller or larger end a plan is being perfected to reduce their country to a state of vassalage. If thero Is any patriotism left in the hearts of thoso who are responsible for distracting tho attention of the Government to domestic brawls when national safety demands union and accord, they will repent and prove their folly was of the head and not d, tho heart." Father's Liberality. Mrs. Young wed (a doctor's daughter) Did papa say he would do anything for you? Youngwed Yesj he said ho would operate upon mo at any tlmo frco of charge. Pickings. CliilcLren Cry OASTO RIA The growing popularity of Rock-por- t, I lid., ns a matrimonial center for Daviess county matrimonially Inclined has caused considerable rivalry between the two competing navigation companies operating boats between Owensboro and tho Indiana grcnta green. An official for ono of tho lines stat- cd Saturday that ho would not be, greatly surprised if one or tho other ' of the rapid transit lines would not oner exira inuucemems ior mu securing of passage of intending elopers. Added conveniences havo already been added to tho boat In the shapo. of secluded corners where love's young dream may bo undisturbed by curious eyes and thero is a possibility that a marriage Hcense.duly sealed and ready for framing will bo ono of the permanent offerings of ono of the companies. Squires Also Busy. According to this official, this rivalry for being allowed to share in tho reflected happiness of tho happy couples is not shared by tho boat lines alone. Ho says that so keen has tho competition between tho two . "marrying squires" on tho Indiana ' side become that each has learned to Identify tho whistlo of his favorite To let your crop grow up in weeds or go half lino boats as they approach tho landing and aro waiting at tho boatside to . cultivated with the same old slow insufficient to escort the trembling bridegroom tools your grandfather used 50 years ago, when and blushing bride to the Spencer rnnntv courthouse where the license you can buy the and return has already been filled out In blank, awaiting only the names of the contracting parties. The same official stated that during tho past week one of the esquires , mistook the whistlo of one of his They have fewer and stronger parts and will , boats on the other line and adjourn-do your work easier, better and cheaper than ed court for the purpose of greeting contemplating matrimony any other cultivators made no matter what the couple with an Indiana date line. So dls-- J they don't we do not want your the cost. appointed was tho official that he1 Give them a "trial and be convinced. money. threatened to arrest tho crew of tho boat for interfering with his business. Respectfully yours, j Lnst Week's Results Rockport, Ind., continues to bat over .500 In tho matrionlal league, j The net results of last week's series show a score of thirteen marriage licenses issued by the Indiana cupid agent. Eleven of tho licenses wero awarded to couples crossing over from Kentucky and 8 of the eleven gave Owensboro as their place of resHI idence. S. E. Dever, aged twenty, to Miss OwTalltha Sublott, twenty-seveensboro; G. M. Bush, twenty-seveto Miss Hettle Lewis, eighteen, Owensboro; Stowart Jos. Adams, twenty, to Miss Lillian Mao Sneed, sixteen, Owensboro; Charles A. Bento Miss Verna R. nett, twenty-onWill help parents develop their sons into Cnslin, seventeen, Owensboro; Wiltwenty-twto the best type of citizens and Christian liam Sidney Clark, B Miss Floella Coomes, nineteen, Owgentlemen. Its patronage is widely 'scatNally, twenty-twt ensboro; William D. to Miss Lucy G. Vargason, eightered' and comes from the best homes in teen, Owensboro; Joseph. M. Duke, the South. Its capacity is limited, there-for- e, twenty-twto Miss Boulah Sirles, nineteen, Owensboro. reservations should be made early. of ex D. J. Lambert, twenty-fou- r, Ky., to Miss Clara D. M Place your son in this select group of Horso Branch, Horso Branch, Miller, twenty-flvboys. Write gara- m Ky.; W. J. Fuqua, twenty-twge owner, of Beaver Dam, Ky., to Miss Margarlte Taylor, nineteen, a music teacher at Greenville, Ky.; and O. H. Krahwlnkel, a farmer, twenty-thre- e, B For catalogue and information. Box A. to Miss Mao Grear, nineteen, giving Kentucky as their resldenco Tho were other license holders. thirteenth couplo to bo awarded a license was an Owensboro negro ed butter before putting Into tho WILL FILL A WANT! oven, so that tho crust will not hardcouplo. Owensboro Messenger. en.) While tho cake Is baking take two boxes of berries, hull them and For Sale. Since the suspension of the from the A 160 acre farm 4 miles east of divide tho larger fruit Hartford, on tho border of the oil smaller. Slightly crush tho smaller Louisville Weekly CJourier-Journa- l, fields. Good dwelling, harp and oth- fruit and sprinkle liberally with there has been quite Young powdered sugar. When tho cake Is a er necessary outbuildings. demand for 'a weekly Kenorchard, strawberry bed and other removed from tho oven allow It to tucky newspaper that gives pleasing features. If bonds carry cool slightly then split open, spread tate y bo near. with softened butter, and cover with all the mors important seat plko will news, as well as the general See, or write Tlnsley & Barnott, a layer of tho largo berries. D"-j-t Hartford, Ky., for further particu- with powdered sugar; pour over half news, crisp editorials, good tho crushed fruit and syrrp, placo lars. stories, timely cartoons ?nd m tho upper half of tho cake on ton ' , Shortcukes At Tliclr Best. a i pour over tho rest T tho Siult. illustrations. Bhortcake has II'ivo tho oven mrderntely warn, There is no such excellent Tho evolution of tho ' brought Into existence a dish very pine tho cake' In It for four or flv paper as the different from that mado with tho .minutes and send to tho table over- simple biscuit crust and layers of ed with powdered sugar. This cake, Twice-a-Wee- k i luscious, crimson fruit. Tho genuine varm and fresh, eaten with the Owensboro Messenger of thick crews. will shortcake of olden times Is seldom (Edited by Urey Woodson1.) seen nowadays. l'TVer long in the memory of thotfc It comes every Wednesday For a genuine southern shortcake, foiUnate enougn to partake of it take three cupfuls of flour, half n In thp July Mother's Magazlnj and Saturday. (16 pages a . teaspoonful of salt, two heaping : baking powder (or Its Your Rowels Should Move Once a week or more) , and is up-tof date in every regard. Day. equivalent of baking soda and cream cupful of tho one-haMea-sengA freo easy movement of tho bowof tartar), Tfry the Twice-a-Wce- k best butter nnd sufficient rich milk els every day Is a sign of good health. for a year in connecto form a soft dough. Sift the bak- Dr. King's New Llfo Pills will give tion with the Hartford Repub. ing powder, salt nnd flour together; you a gentlo lasattvo effect without rub tho butter in with tho finger tips griping and freo your system of Heart. and add tho milk. Work quickly, blood polsons.purlfy your blood.ovor-com- o Both papers, one year for constipation and havo an exhandling tho dough as llttlo as possbake cellent tonic effect on the entire sys- $t.5o. All clubbing: subscripible. Roll Into a thin sheet and In a round greased pan In a very tem. Makes you feel llko living. tions shouUl be addressed to 3 Republican, Rartfordj Ky. quick oven. (Brush over with nelt- - Only 25c at your druggists. , I and women. Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, Y. MroS9SWS$$S$SSSSTOS Farmers Can You Afford Brinly Leverless and I Janesville Disc Cultivators J If A. B. Row 6c Son Centertowti, Ky. Vanderbilt Training School for Boys J III n, ELKTON, KY. e, o, o, o, o, o, a 7 MATHEIMEY & BATTS g 5 lntor-count- teas-poonfu- ls o- lf er tice of tho Supremo Court from tak- 'certain seemed the notions of those HAYTI NEGRO KILLS ing part in nny kind of a political I bodies. But the methods used by tho contest. Mr. Wilson objected strong- Republican leaders this time wero HIS OWN SWEETHEART Tho old Knttred according to law At the I'oatoffln ly and the matter was dropped. Tho open and nbovo board. HurKord, Ky.. at mnll matter of the econd most bitter partisan of tho opposi- steam roller of 1912 sat upon tho el am. tion can but admlro such An act. Ev- siding, Its piston fast will a coat of No steam escaped from its wo ad- rust. THE COLORED SETTLEMENT OF Editor en If done for political effect AJLLISOX .1. 1JAHXETT Everything boxes, for thero was none. All parts mire tho shTowdness. HAItTIOIU) SCENE OK W. 8. TIXSLEY,. .Business MaiuiRcr points to a clean race with Wilson necessary for action wero In bad reTRAGHDY. to and tho Democrats defending their pair; the old machine was a wreck, Address all communications to bear Repub- mid no one seemed disposed and tf policiesmakingHughes mid the The Hartford Republican. tho expense of overhauling. the attack. licans Another tragedy was added to Each convention carried out Its NOTICE TO SUBSCRIDER3 new program to the lettor.then the fore- Haytl'8 list Sunday night about 8:30 the paper wnt to a flqberlbm deolrlnR THE XOMIXEE. emptied tho conjiddreM mmt Rive the old addwe In making the They called him a mummy; but he sight of the brilliant leader of tho when Marshal Nail InreioMt. tents of a shot gun Into the side of Progressive party lnterferrcd. They called him a dummy; Surinam Local and Notices 10c per line and 8c acted. terfered for tho benefit of his own Clyde Rucker, his sweetheart, tearper line tor each additional Insertion. but he spoke. who ing a hole probably two Inches In Jteeolutlone and Card ol ThinkICc OMtnnrle. Former Justice Charles Evans followers and tho benefit of all period diameter. Tho girl died n fow minper line, money In advance. Hughes was notified Saturday of his want to bo guided through tho Church Notices for eerrlces free, but other under the utes later, and Nail gave himself up nomination to head the Republican of European reconstruction Be per line. ndyertlKenii-nte- . Ho told the Jailcommunications will receive ho ticket. In a little more than an hour wings of a protective tariff and to Jailer Mldklff. Anonymous thoroughly tried principles. Roose- er ho wanted to bo locked up but Mention he had resigned his official position, and tho when asked what ho had done he had accepted the nomination and had velt refuses tho nomination heart of the Bull Moose stands still said, "nothln"'. Mr. Mldklff mndo ... 123 wired a declaration of principles to and thero Is only a faint flutter to souio Inquiry and then tho hospitaChicago In such certain terms that CO JTannotB' 3w.tMl passing, for the boys In the ble doors were thrown open, the world for the first time In several mark tho Tho shooting occurred In front years knew exactly what he stood for. trenches are glad. FRIDAY, JUXE 10. All that the majority of the Prog- of Ford's grocery In tho colored sc-- 1 Very good work for a dummy. Repub- tlement. Nail claims ho had had Those principles were such that a ressive voters asked of the and some trouble with Will McHenry and lican convention was Justice, political party was disbanded a few ANXOUXCEMEXTS. shooting at him when the girl t and practically all of Its they have been given jMstlce, Justice was hours later Reports from other Mr. interferred. Hughes, tho man of the hour. Wo are authorized to announce members have declared for the forwatsources fall to verify this statement. Grayson county, mer Justice. The leader, yea the Hughes swam not in tho muddy TOM SPURRIER, of Ho was out of politics Reliable colored people say Nail had as a candidate for Congress, from the idol, will do so later. The nominee ers of 1912. logInsisted that the girl go home, he action has talked freely since and has con- at that time and therefore the Fourth District, subject to the ical man upon whom to unite. He probably being jealous, and that of the Republican primary, Saturday, ferred with his supporters In regard went after his to tho campaign. Very good for a has como forth nt the proper time when she refused ho August 5, 191G. with a declaration of principles fj shotgun. It is said that ho returndummy. havo selected which no Republican, who ever was a ed nnd fired point blank nt tho girl Tho Republicans Wo are authorized to announce the object. In his mess- saying, "I guess you'll mind mo next candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Re- wisely. Behind Mr. Hughes stands a Republican, can county at- record to be envied; ahead awaits a age to tho Republican convention he time." If that bo tho case, his publican nomination for resigned from is not flattering. torney of Ohio county. Subject to glowing future. That future was announces that he has Nail waived examining trlnl and Election, bright before the action of the Chi- tho Supreme Bench and states that the action of the Primary cago convention and time only will he Is ready to enter into the cam- he Is In jail awaiting the action of Saturday, August 5, 191G. Re- the grand jury. tell how great tho sacrifice, if any paign. With him enters the Tho party, All tho participants in tho tragethe Republican publican, there is. The position held by the per cent of the Progress- dy aro colored. Why are the Democrats at St. former Justlco pays a salary of 512,-00- 0 eighty-fiv- e Louis stcarlng around the Mexican a year and the term of office 's ives and thousands of dissatisfied convicmuddle? OHIO COUXTY FARMERS life. Yet when the call came there Democrats with tho earnest tion that we have a leader in every VISIT EASTERX KEXTUCKY was no hesitation. The Justlco simThe Democratic Convention opened preferred that sense worthy of support and an asso far Wilson hasn't ply remnrked that he on Flag Day, but some one else bear the responsibility, semblage of principles that will lead the privilege o( After having commanded It to salute. Thereupon Republi- to prosperity, comfort and happiness. visiting nnd inspecting tne great bluj and accepted. grass, sweet clover, orchard grass, Secretary of the Navy Daniels Is can stock soared. and truck growing counties of our out for women suffrage. The next The outlook is bright. A united OHIO COUXTY BOYS company our State, with in Btep will probably be the hoisting of party takes the field behind a candiCounty Agent, Mr. W. W. Browder, to all. There will be IX FOREIGN FIELDS. "Votes For Women" banners on the date suitable party. Roosevelt Mr. Albert Cox, Mr. Nat Llndley, Mr. no Progressive dreadnaughts. Wortli Bell nnd Mr. L. E. Everly, will' not run and without him tho County Agents and farmers of the According to reports from St. party is like a shell deserted by the Ed. Xote This Is tho second of a State, I feel that it was a good Louis the very things the Democratic locust. Of course the race Is not party favors for the next four year3 won. It Is only begun but If victory series of articles on "Ohio County educational trip, and that all returnare the principles It has failed to en- fails us this year we will haTe for Boys in Foreign Ffelds" and each ed to their respective counties full of consolation one of the cleanest and week hereafter for several weeks a enthusiasm greater determinations, force for the past four years. best races known to political history short sketch will be given of some more knowledge and above all with former Ohio county boy who has a larger heart and better feeling beThe first wreck of the Democratic of our great country. party occured at Owensboro when a made good in another locality. We tween men of town and county. o train loaded with delegates to the will appreciate the assistance of the Woodford county with her beautiTHE DYIXG MOOSE. convention Jumped the track. Forfriends of the subjects of these ful blue grass fields, wealthy estates, Tho deadly arrow of public opinion tunately none were seriously Injured. in securing the necessary fine herds of cattle and hogs, and has silenced, apparently forever, the sketches splendid pikes, threw open her gates, data. has a head pounding hoof beats of the maddened The Courier-JournThe records of few Ohio county welcomed and entertained her visiwriter who does no hesitation when Bull Moose. The race was spectacular boys who have taken up the game In tors in such a manner as to present pnttlng his thoughts and opinions in--- the chief object has been accomplish- other States show the expenditure to us a great lesson in hospitality. print. The following headline ap- ed, the opposition to the party in of more Industry, .and more genuine When wo awoke in tho early mornpeared In the Courier Saturday, power stands practically merit than that of Perry Keown.who ing to find ourselves within tho bordIt must ready for a grand coup as in the days is now camping at Columbus, New ers of Pendelton county the greatest ""Dam Excursion of old. tiave looked like rain. educational county of the entire trip Four years ago a majority of the Mexico.Keown is the son of Mr. and (to Ohio county delegates) with her Mr. of Senator Beckham refused to at- peoplo favored the nomination Mrs. Cal P. Keown, of Hartford, and once washed and barren steep hill-sldtend the Democratic Convention, giv- Theodore Roosevelt for the presiold homo In 1909 to take up now reclaimed by the use of the ing business matters as an excuse. dency. A majority of those In control left his He lo- wonderful plant "sweet clover" now Republican a homestead in New Mexico. In criticising Mr. Beckham for his of tho machinery of the yellow and cated in Clovis, at that time a' small in its failure to report a delegate shouted, party, with a doggedly confirmed village, near which town his claim dressedblossoms, beautiful Its welcomo waving white too; Mr. Dele- opinion, decided that It should not be 'DHIe James is busy he to the visitors, proving its value to gate, the OHIo James business Is In and with the aid of the famous steam was staked. For the first months batched on his land, In the mean Pendleton eounty, with its great Inroller set adrift the wishes and St. Louis Just now. learning the meat market bus- dairy business, asking and Insisting tent of the masses. Verily, disast- time You who will entertain a little rous was the result. With the sud- iness In Clovis. Ho Kuck, and srow upon Its visitors for tho privilege that. It fear that Roosevelt will run on the denness of the mushroom answering up with tho town, which now boasts of assistance.and Progressive ticket this fall rest easy. tho call of nature for a view of Its a population of 7,000. Ho earned may prove Its valuo to other counties, The "at this time" was inserted in rustic cap sprang into exlstenco the title to the homestead and be but In this county with Its store of the refusal to soften and pave the a new political party, the largest came half owner of the Clovis Meat education to us, In Improving and Market, a thriving business con- preserving the soils, and road buildway for a final "no." Had the Colonel baby at dato of birth ever known. ing, we found no less spirit pf hoshad any idea whatsoever of running Progressive cern. Little hopes did the Mr. Keown enlisted as a National pitality but even greater, for hero the ihls time the slightest hesitation party entertain at that tlmo of being would have been a vertlable blunder. successful in electing a president of Guardsman In tho Clovis company, women greeted us from every point, having had previous service in nnd personally served a beautiful these great United States, but theirs andCompany of have headquarters the Kentucky Guard lunch, amidst the blossoms of sweet Republican protest. Tho H was the purpose of a boen opened in the Seelbach in Lou- situation forbade them taking tho Re he was soon elected a Lieutenant. clover. The concluding opinion of isville and at tho same tlmo began publican party with them, so with Tho captain of tho Clovis Company our crowd was that Pendleton county the campaign for Hughes and Fair- tear stained eyes they reluctantly de- (Co. K) recently resigned and It Is not only had sweet clover, but also sweet women. banks In Kentucky. Chairman Pet-t- y serted the emblem of their fathers, now, Captain Keown. says many will probably wonder When tho Mexican bandits covered At last but not least, .wo toured to for tho success of which they themwhy they have begun 60 early. too much territory and tho name Nelson county and tho city of Louisselves had tolled long and ardently, Down In this part of the State we are to labor under a new and untried Columbus, New Mexico, was linked ville, where wo niet with tho most not wondering; we aro rejoicing. It's banner. Few there were left In tho with that of Louvain and when it delightful reception, passed through not an early beginning that maketh ranks of tho G. O. P. who didn't en- was discovered that sufficient troops the great vegetablo and truck farms lacking to Invade the neighbor where our apetites wore sharpened n had ending. tertain, somewhere within them- wero Republic the New Mexico National and hunger Increased, as the crowd selves, a touch of sympathy. Wo have been reading Hughes bewas called Into service. Cap- manifested several hours later, at Tho strength of the new party Guard tween lines in the Louisville Herald Keown's company was among luncheon, at the offices of the Bourvery dato of Us berth was tain or some tlmo, but now that it Is all from tho answer. With flying col- bon Stock Yards, wo then passed truly remarkable. Its ranks were the first to over wo predict that the popular ors they left Clovis about soventy through the rich farming sortlcu of dally will soon launch one of the joined by dissatisfied members of strong, sixty of them passing tho the tounty, tho fine white fields the vigorous campaign, are orchard grass with Its great grovth most vigorous campaigns of words other parties. A Clovis citizens examination. Justice ever read by with measly funds, was waged and proud of their company and JustlyT was of much educational interest to for tho former gave it birth through un JCentuckians. With tho Herald lead-in- s those who Tho Governor of Now Mexico Is hav the betterment of our lands aud fight and various other dally fair methods were slaughtered by tho ing his troubles In recruiting tho Mil- pastures. After our tour of Jeffertho papers returns from its ballot. The one itia to the required strength and If ho son county and luncheon by Stock and weekly Republican throughout tho State assisting, and great purpose was accomplished. Captain Keown will return to Yards Co., we were entortalned at Every move made by the thinking falls Ed Morrow, et al chiming in ocIf the Governor Is success- tho great Fontalu Ferry Park, men of tho new party has been made Clovis. casionally with one of those speeches ful Company K will likely go Into with a splendid banquet speaking tho engines of the Kentucky O. O. P. with roluctance, and since tho doors Mexico and a guess can only be tak- and theater party, thus showing thnt chip will throb, tho old hull will wero opened to tho real opposition In en at the length of service. hospitality abounds not only in ono groan, tho propellers will stir the faith, thero has been a universal de Perry, as Mr. Keown ts known by or two counties, but In many counties on tho part of tho Progressives political waters with a whirl and wd mand his friends here, is very popular In of our great commonwealth. for a will tako our placo in tho battlo line. mid Republicans was always a hard After summing up the lessons of Especially Is this truo of Hartford and party. worker and It Is with pride that this grfeat, tour of North Eastern The good year 1910 will bring to tho men in the trenches. Like the we seo htm make good. If not sent Kentucky we find that our grand old tho peoplo of these Statos one of tho pioneers to whom credit is due for into Mexico ho will likely visit here county of Ohio abounds in great greatest political races of history.) tho building up of the Commonundeveloped wealth and resources this summer. Mr. Wilson and Mr. Hughes have be- wealth of Kentucky they know that o- and that we need moro and bettor gun already tho tossing of political "United wo Stand; Divided We Fall." aud Moro education. In Spirit. When their representatives hoardPersonally they aro top bouquets. saw, while passing better feeling between tho farmer An Irishman great men of great minds and dur- ed the trains for Chicago tho men in and business man; between the rural ing tho campaign they will show one tho trenches df nliko political boliot thru a graveyard, these words written and town citizens. The foundation on a tombstono, "I still live." tbo othor that courtesy among con folt tlrat the hour had come. They Pat looked a moment, and then of all theso things lavs within two by lov- - wanted a man who would the testants so greatly admired things, our hearts and good roads, for era of clean sports. Tho Democrats party. At times during tho conven- said: "Bo Jahars, if I wore dead' I'd, own which ' I pray. nttompt to re- -. tion tho outlook appeared very dark, In St. Louis made an ' i' ' OPPIE K1TTINGER. Opinion. olvo Ju fuvor of a law barring a Jus and au almost panic reigned so un- - up to It!" 'London Hartford Republican. WW j T j1 " nui-YYeau- iei omii 9j AX-OTH- For Men in Palm Beach and Mohairs sweltering when a very small price buys a dressy comfortable, good wearing, strictly Hot Weather Suit. Priced No need of . . '$6.50, $ 2.00 up to $ 6.00. 1 1 fu-tu- Maybe you need a Panama Hat, or Leghorn Hat, or Italian Straw Hat, or any kind of a Straw Hat. We can furnish Straw Hats from at each 50c to $5 We Make a Specialty o er Men's Necessities. Hot-Weath- 1 E. P.BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. I al BARKSDALE HAMLETT -- to ADJUDGED tribution of decedent's estate among" his threo daughters. At this term of court a petition INSANE was filed by Guy Stateler, et al., asking that the DuPont Highway be established' and accepted as a public To-day- ." o, j te highway. FORMER STATE SUPERINTEND- A petition for a change- - In tho OwEXT SEXT TO LAKELAXD ensboro and Lcltcliflcld road adjaASYLUM. cent to the town of Fordsvillo was od by B. J. Pay no and a number of other citizens. Tho proposed change Ellzabethtown, Ky Juno 12. A does not as wo understand extend jury in the Hardin Circuit Court over a very great distance. this morning adjudged Barksdalo With Tho Fiscal Court. Hamlctt, former State SuperintendTho Ohio County Fiscal Court with ent of Public Instruction, of unsound every momber present was In mind. He will be sent to Lakeland session on last Tuesday and WednesAsylum. day, at which session much business for of importance was transacted, among Mr. Hamlctt will leave He was present In court other thlugu the following, viz: Lakeland. when tho case was tried and appearCounty Road Engineer, T. II. DenHe Is physically de- ton filed his pay roll from the 2Sth ed nervous. bilitated as well and in bad health. day of March to date. Said report Relatives of Mrs. Hamlctt asked or pay roll was Itemized anil County Attorney R. A. Buckles to filo amounted In tho wholo to $l,82G.Ct the affidavit against Mr. Hamlctt. His and tho wmo was ordered patil? wife's dlvorco suit Is still pending in Monthly estimate of work dono on Circuit Court hero. tho extension of tho plko on the Barksdalo Hamlett, who was tho Hartford and Centcrtown road or Democratic nominee for Secretary of road No. 92A1 was filed. Said esStato In the election last year, was timate being to tho amount of $920.-8- 7, the only Democrat on tho Stato tickwhich was ordered paid, to conet to be defeated by a Republican. Ho tractors. Instituted a contest against James P. Tho court after much consideration Lewis, of Whitesburg, the successful docldcd to construct tho pike on tho candidate, and shortly afterward Hartford and Morgautown road by abandoned It. In tho meantime his forco account. John H. Barnes, J. wife separated from him and institut- Mason Taylor and Jno. B. Wilson ed divorce proceedings in tho Hardin wero appointed as Commissioners to On have full charge of said work; emCircuit Court at Ellzabethtown. top of this Stato recently 'filed a law- powered to employ superintendent suit against Mr. Hamlett and his and thru him employ men and teams, bondsmen for $69,000 alleging Illegal authorized to rent or purchase tools expenditures in tho Department of and machinery with which to conEducation during his incumbency. struct said road. It is not known m Just when work will bo begun. IX OHIO COUNTY COURT. The Court also decided, after report of tho Commltteo, to have tho The will of Alex Maddox, deceased two concreto bridges on the Hartford was probated tn County Court on the and Centertown or Ceralvo road confirst Monduy. By the terms of the structed by forco account and said will all of deceased's property goes commltteo consisting of T. II. Bento his son E. H. Maddox, who was ton, Esq. Ed. Shown nnd II. C. Ttch-endesignated as executor. wero continued and empowered The will of F. W. Plrtle, deceas- to havo full charge of tho work, doed, was llkowlso probated and order- ing any and everything, nocessary to ed to record. By a former agree- completo tho Improvements. ment tho surviving widow was setTho Court also allowed tho claims tled with and residue of property Is duo all County officers up to this to bo distributed as is provided by dato, claims on accouut of tho recent law In such cases. Dr. J. R. Plrtle election and a number ofdaims arU-iu- g was designated as ono of tho execuout of tho smallpox cfmleuilc retors and has qualified. Tho other cently gono thru with, as well as a. executor, J. E. Plrtle number of other minor claims. designated llkowlso a son of decedent, has not oqualified owing to his absenco. Tho will of T. J. Smith, deceasFOR FLETCHER'S fc ed, was also probated. Tho last menprovides for an equal dis tioned will 111-or Ohilclren Ory -- CASTORIA V tf Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ovcrhulta renf-t- er Slipper Bargains We have gone through our turned to Cedaredge Wednesday nn extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett. 800 GALLONS BERRIES ON ONE ACRE GROUND BEAVnit DAM MAN MAKES SMALL SPOT PRODUCE Mia YIELD OF STRAWBERRIES. Alisscs' and children's Slippers with a view to closing out all the odd sizes and styles, and to our surprise we find an accumulation larger than we anticipated. stock of These Slippers y and arc run in sizes from 5 to in tan. blacks, white and velfound vet. None of these sold for less than 75c. and some as high as $2.00. Now, we mean to clasc these out. Of coursc we are losing on them, but why keep them? 1 2. Now, The Story is This: this week you will find them on the center table, and the price Qn kJijL to you is choice Get the price and remember that You may need them, and the price is so you can buy them. Listen! All IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. IjRiGb, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JUNE 10. L., II. & BT. L. R. R. TRIE TABLE. No. 113 due at EUmltch 8: 32 p. m. No 110 due at EUmltch 7: 30 n. m. No, 112 Lv. EUmltch .. 3 40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton . . 5: 35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton . . 5: 66 p. m. Ar. Loulsvlllo . 7 40 p.m. No. 111 Lv. Louisville . . 8 :35 a.m. Ar. Irvlngton. ..10: :06 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10 :40 a.m. 1: 04 p. m. Ar. EUmltch Miss Marie Hardwlck, of Owensboro, came to Hartford last week for an extolled visit, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones, of Murray, are visiting Mrs. Laura Stevens, Mrs. Jones' mother. Miss Addyo Taylor, of Deaver Dam, attended the Keown-Tinsle- y wedding Wednesday. Mr. Lyman Glvens, of Caneyville, visited Mrs. S. J. Wedding from Saturday until Monday. Miss Rodney Baize, of Owensboro, ... M., II. & E. R. II. TLME TABLE. South Dound, No. 116 8:45 a. m. Due at Hartford North Bound. No.. 1H 5:65 p. m. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) Mr. Harold Ilolbrook was in Forda-vlll- o Wednesday on business. Mlsa Jennie Taylor is visiting her .cousin, Miss Mariam Holbrook. Miss Ethel Davis, of OwenBboro, tho guest of Mrs. Marvin Deard. 13 Is Miss Golda Cooper, of Cromwell, tho guest of Miss Maurlne Mar tin. Mr. J. Ellis Mitchell, of Dundee, was in Hartford yesterday on busi ness. Mrs. Lula CoppagOrof Leitchfleld, arrived yesterday to visit Mrs. Otto C. Martin. Miss Anna Beard left- - Wednesday, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Beard. Mr, andMrs. W, T. Woodward will leave Friday for a visit' to tho Mammoth Cave. Mlsa Leila Genn returned yesterday from a visit to Loulsvlllo and Bardstown. Mayor J. C. Her was able to be up town yosterday for the flrst time in several days.. Mrs. Ne'iTTurley, of aroenvlllo, is vjsltlng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. j'fylUtnms. y to spend tbo Bowing Green summer vacation. of Beavor Mrs. P. A Rh"oadi Dam, and her guest, Mrs. Lucy Rhoads of Hamlin, Texas, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H Ithoads Sunday to-da- Mrs. S. J. Wedding returned Saturday from a visit to relatives In Martin and Wade Martin visited relBowling Green. atives near Cromwell from Saturday Special MIbs Mary Marks will arrlvo from until Monday. missioner. Mr. JohnTBlrcliVr has resigned tho position of manager of tbo local branch of the Cumberland Tclcphono Company and will leave today or toO. F. morrow for ' Brandenburg. Riddle, of Utlca, .will succeed Mr. Uircher as manager hero. " winter. Mario' B. Ferguson, Prentis. There will bo moving pictures at Arthur Bales, Hartford, to Elsie the opera house In Beaver Dam every Farmer, Hartford. Raymer W. Tlnsley, Hartford, to Thursday and Saturday nights. Patho service. Alice Keown,. Hartford. ' Estll B. Buggins, Leitchfleld, to Mr. and Mrs. O, O Haynes motorRena Myrtle Miller, Olaton, ed over from Owensboro yesterday and spent a few hours with Mrs. R. For Halo. "R. Haynes. 51 acres of farming land for sale. Misses Harlett Floner and Maurlno Apply to L. C. BROWN, Deputy McIIenry, Ky. ComBanking 47t4 Tho Best Quality of Seeds. and Mrs. C. P. Keown. Whippoorwlll Peas $1.85 Mrs. C. P. Turner and daughter German Millet ?2.00 prophavo moved Into the Jno. Ball Mammoth Yellow Soy Beans. ..2.00 erty on Frederlca street. Orange Cane .,3c per lb. Miss Mary Stewart, ofBeavcr Dam, 4St4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Del-mStewart Wednesday. Farmers, Attention. Wo havo a stock of Farm ImpleMr. Wlflard Utley, of Eddyville, was here Tuesday and Wednesday for ments consisting of Blue Bird Plows, Vulcan Chill Turning Plows, wedding. tho Keown-Tlnslo- y and Disc Harrows, Single and Mr. Sam P. Rohder, ofOklaboma Two-roCorn Drills, Ono and City, Okla., Is visiting his parents, Cultivators, Single nnd Doublc-Shov- cl Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Render. Plows and anything else in Miss Lucllo Ulvens returned to tho Implement lino you may need. Bowling Green Monday after a short Wo also have three Weber Road visit with Mrs. S, J. Wedding. Wagons and ono Runabout Busnr. Miss Daisy Wedding arrlvod Wed All this will he sold on regular terms. nesday from Greencastie, Ind., where Don't forget we still handlo the esshe graduated' from DePau Universi- tablished Jonas' Brand Fertilize- -. ty. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Hartford, Kr. Mrs. H. S. Sanders and children 20t4 will return Monday from Owensboro, MariuKi'8 Since. Lust Rciort. whero they are "visiting Mr. Sander's Byron Arnold, Horso Branch, to mother. Mary E. Wright, Horso Branch. By using Ellis' Blue Ribbon Flour Weslie Parrlsh, Norman, 111., to Dul-ci- o you can stock: your kitchen with Loralno James, Balzetown, Aluminum cook vessols at wholesale Owen Tllford, Rockport, to Bessie ' 48tf Beasley, Rockport. prices. Mrs. F. L. Ecllx has returned Lewis Southard, Simmons, to Winfrom Loulsvlllo, where sho has had nie Klrtley, Simmons. apartments In tho Puritan during tho S. W. Willoughby, Cromwell, to ar Peg-Toow two-hor- loft yesterday, after a visit with Wunted Half dozen goats. Apply nt this oince, but don't bring tho goats until we put you in touch with tho party desiring them. Miss Bcsslo Gillespie returned to Loulsvlllo yesterday, after a short vacation spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie. Mr. Rowan Holbrook left Monday for St. Louis whero ho is attending tho Democratic Convention as a from the Fourth District. of Kansas Mrs. E. G. HnBeley, City, Mo nnd daughter, arrived Wednesday for an extended visit with her paronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Robertson. Misses Mary Ellen Moore nnd Moore, of Ellzabethtown, arrived yesterday for an extended visit with their grandmother, Mrs. Martha Ross. Mr. Marshal Taylor and Mr. Bourk Zimmerman, of Louisville, arrived yesterday afternoon to visit their grandmother, Mrs. W. H. Taylor. For Hale Ono harness and brood yearling mare raaro and ono colt nice trim and extraordinary size. C. E. SMITH, Hartford, Ky. 49t2 Loans wanted in Muhlenberg, McLean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and real Ohio conntles on good first-claestato for 5 years. W. H. PARKS, Hartford, Ky. 50tt It rained practically all the afternoon Sunday and consequently only a small crowd attended the Macca-bc- e memorial services. Six graves wero decorated In Oakwood and a placed flowers on the committee grave of Knight Almond R. Tlnsley nt Alexander. Tho "Battle Cry of Peace" will be shown at tho Star Theater Monday afternoon and night of June 26. This absolutely American production has attracted comment from coast to coast and deals with the dominant See question, preparedness. the eighth page for prices, etc. Rev. D. T. Oakley, of Tennessee, will lecturo hero Thursday night, June 22, under the nuspices of tho Baraca Class of tho Hartford- Baptist Sunday School. The subject of the lecture will bo "Tho Funny Side of a Preacher's Life." The hour will bo early in order not to conflict with the Methodist church cervices. Assistant SupU Devney and Train Master Wise, of tho L. & N., were in Hartford Monday In conference with local attorneys with reference to bet- -. ter passenger service over the, local road of the L. & N. While no definite action could be taken Immediately, yet some progress is being made toward arranging a schedule that will glvo the people better service than they are now getting. The officials who wero in conference here showed themselves to be Interested in tho train situation here, and it is probable some good will result from their visit. del-cga- to Isa-bol- lo ss - Beyond Compare Mimsirvg I S. W. Taylor, of Beaver Dam, raised 800 gallons of strawberries off of one npro of ground this spring, bringing him a total of $200. This is thought to be the record for Ohio county on one acre. Besides tho large quantity the berries are said to have been of nice size and flavor. Mr. Taylor formerly lived near tho city limits of Owensboro and came to Ohio county about six years ago. During tho fifteen years he farmed In Daviess ho gave much attention to tho strawberry Industry. Ho stated yesterday that ho was highly In favor of the organization of an association in Ohio county, such as has been organized In Warren nnd Christian counties for the protection of the strawberry grower. "The Industry has outgrown the market In Ohio county," said Mr. Taylor, "and wo must prepare for shipment." Weer ! 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. Form-fittin- g Best pure Hog Lard $7.00 per can cash. Come and get your share before it is gone. ACTON BROS., 48tf Hartford, Ky. TWO PARDONS SIGNED BY ACTING GOVERNOR knitted garments in summer styles in every required size for men,priced from 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- Frankfort, Ky., Juno 13. Acting Gov. Thomas A. Combs, of Lexington, Leo Hampton, today pardoned of Harrodsburg, and Charles Favors, of Christian County. Hamptori, while employed as deputy insurance commissioner, was accused of speculating small sums of money at various times until the total reached several thousand dollars. All of tho money directly charged to Hampton was paid to the State by fawner Auditor Frank P. James, a relative of the young man. Hampton left Kentucky before the disclosure of his alleged speculation and has not been heard of. Ho was Indicted in the Franklin Circuit Court on sev-er, counts. Favors 'was, accused of statutory i crlmlnlal assault and sentenced to the penitentiary for sixteen years. Koj lias serveu ten years ana ma sumence was today commuted to tea years, so that he secures this liberty at once. al Get union cool. suited in Munsingwear and keep Carson STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFluke.)" & Co, i TCOr.TOBJL'irB Hartford, Ky. went & mea write after hit, O hit wus sum raice aL, sum raice, that hat wus er leghorn or sumfln uv ther sorte & lite es er son boem 9 ls rund rlto ovear that fhdtj Tilt wuld skiid fer erbout fortle feat 1e then twouldrole erbought 50 & then hitd slide summore, i spekt 6000 people seed ther raice. 1 neaver In ther wurld wuld hev ketched that durnd hat ef hadden uv bin fer aklnd hartjtd ole mool "& that air sorter luwses me ter leen too ther dlmmy 'krata" kause ther donkle lz thcar imblum". puttln 1 uv his feat on ther hatn hol-d- in hit fer me, wel mi hat wuz rouln-e- d & mo broak, erbouto this time long cums er man from er weigh laij en calerfornecr & perpozes 5Sr took a kollexln up soes ter git too a noth-e- r ghourd lclver he sed, thay razed too dollers & seaventeno sents Whatl glv too a njse lookin feller ter git me a nu, hat wit an this hear feller nlnt kame bak ylt 1 spekt he has fergot mi numbour er lz havin trubel find-i- n mo a phit an if he dont sho up im goin ter scexd wurd too Jon mackcullow & ecxs guv. ahghus-tlc- e wilslng thay air bof hear to. "lei ed barls an dok purtil an aul of ml trends houdy fer me, 1 got ter close nn go to a barbour shoop an git shave, hit haint noer as aa tho 1 bil relly an ole ben. taller runs neither, this hearn is runed by Iaidycs, so good bl fer thU hear tymo aL, c u nex weak mao bee, luvenley yourn phluko macphluke. 3 orter-mobeeau-notbar-bour- Mr. , th se u,nd; Monday, HARTFORD PRESSING. CLTJU. Clothes cleanod and pressed. Reguaranteed. pairing. ' Satisfaction Work called for anddollvered. Shop over Ohio County Bottling Works. ED. NALL, Pcop. 42tt Balance ov Phlulce Mackphlukes Eepistel. 1 notlsed aL left outo a paart uv . ml Ieattr what 1 rit him last weak Notice. from cherkargoo & 1 tole hymn hee Ohio Circuit Court. shore had ter runn ther balunse er J. M. Swope, et al, Plaintiffs. flte, aL bcin az he salz sum to prowd vs., Notice. sayed heed leter go BO J. R. Swope, Administrator, et al, ter flte hee we maid fronds, tho balenso Is Inn Defendants. & Aggers az tollers All persons having claims against wurds fur wuustn' our kurrear 1 tstched tho estate of Ben Swope, deceased, wlf sum grate lites, fer instens, will present the same to me, duly elbos urwen kob, jo kanun, alvice benet, verified, at my office In Hartford, Ky., depue, mner tomsoN uv on or before the 1st day of July, olo chuncle cherkogoo, musker hevern reade 1916, where I will set to hear and schmoot uv utaw "bleavo ther lastn fllo said claims. named Is ergln wlmmen suferanco" This June, 14th, 191G. Tho sumn feler sed as howe He wus OTTO C. MARTIN, thing wlmens man allrlte, Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit a shoor 1 ' 50t3 wel aL ole skouto haint got time nuf Court. ter bergin ter rite half uv ther nams uv them big gles 1 meted, erbout ever CARKANZA CAUSE HURT 1 or at ther leest of em BY FINANCIAL AFFAinS tother wantldt glvo me er kok tale, er hi phlsfz rickery, skots iris Washington, Juno 14. With all ball, er jin balle an knot noln nothen erbout Government departments closed tn hi nuu uv ther blame stuf 1 jist axed em observance of Flag day, there wero ter xkuso me pleezo as had jist ben In tho no developments here grave Mexican situation. A few tel- ter a calffea & skooped in sum nlse egrams reached tho War and State vltls. nO No pardo i newer fel fer nuphangled stuf what Departments, but officials said thoy annle nv ther 1 dldnt no nuffin erbout ive ben A contained nothing of Importance. frum homo tofore & bleavo me message to the Navy Department ole aphort ,1 dont neavver ete an from tho west coast said a large num1 haint et & ber of Carranza troops were being drink nuffen whiten1 got dri i jist drlnked afor.o. IF ANNOUNCEMENT transferred by water from Guaymas 1 taked phrum toMazatlan. Tho reason for the tuk mi ghourde what draps, horn, them air tier them A. D. Kirk having mutually retired movement was not reported. hayo no fear of the speka. on his hero shote whltch u c, I from the law firm of Heavrln, Kirk Army officials safety of Gen. Pershing's men, no ltant jist thlnko uv olo home, the ole & martin, SI. L. Heavrln nnd Otto C. matter what happens. A consider- woman, three chlldrun, the chikens Martin luivo retained tho offlco an pigs wlfout krien, skuzo me al iem will able Carranza- - forco has been in an continue the practice of their & kant help It, lem alrito profession under tho firm name of some tlmo and It hostili- soft hartid Sonora for now, an go downe ter tho pon an git Heavrln & ties against tho Americans bcgan.the iartin. They wUI fctve military course would bo to mo a drink uv water an buy ther special and prompt attention to all natural weigh al theyve got ther durndlst business force Pulpit Pass, and cut tho expeentrusted to their caro. pon up hear u eaver seed grassle Wo are prepurcd to Iiandlo aX off from its base at Columdition halnfl in it a tall 1 n eaver loud thnr comincrcml mutters with promptness bus. wuz smuch warter aulo wharse I be-c- nnd efficiency. m Win tako pleasure la hit wuld be sum flshln dont u aL, looking nfter Now Law Firm. business! i kaled hit by sum hie D.- Kirk sum pbeller Ernest Woodward and A. Yours xtyy truly, announce their formatiqn of a part- fllon namo what endld in sunithhi HEAVRIN M MARTEN nership for tho practlco of law at lyko mltchegean, eye persoume hit m Notice to Creditors. Hartford, Ky., beginning Juno 1, wuz ther name uv ther feller what , The McIIenry Deposit Bank haVlsc 1910, under the firm name of Wood- ther pon belonged to. of caver i cum hear agin 1 am goin been placed In tho hands of the Bankward & Kirk. Tholr offices will bo maintained at tho present offlco of' tor so strings on my hat soes 1 kan ing Commission of Kentuoky all patMr. Woodward, ovor William's Drug kenp hit ogbn, 1 pcrchased me a nu rons having claims against said bank, store at Hartford. Mr. Wodward Is ski pcaco aftur left hoam, I give 1 (now In liquidation) aro notified to going to Houdorson with his family doller & nlnty ato sonso fer hit to present same, properly proven, to the hut will bo present at all torms of I wuseut hear moron an our til undersigned at McIIenry, Ky., on or Circuit Court In Ohio county aud ther blamed top peaco Mowed often boforo tho 6th day of July, 191c. L. C. BROWN, assist Mr. Kirk In all business that bo ml hcd"twas rolgbnin like thor deauel iOUeow to" an outcn thca strents au hear hit Special Deputy Banking Coui'r, tutrusted to this Arm. ter-wl- tt, 1 to-dha 1 Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends for tho kindness shown us in our recent bereavement, and also for the beautiful flowers. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hoover. , j FARM DEPARTMENT Items of Interest. Routo C, Hartford, Ky., Juno 5. Editor Hartford Rcpubllcan:- My contributions ond communications, this week, to your excellent paper, aro as follows: Education, Schools, Farming, and thu Roads, Society, But, before I write Social Spirit. about these several topics, I wish to Impress the fact upon the minds of every man and woman, and of every boy and girl, also, In Ohio county, of tho absolute necessity of reading and of investigating all social, Industrial and economic matters, In order to bo Intelligent, and by Intelligence to benefit themselves and tho community In which they live. 82. Funning. United States: June 1 condition Is tho Agriculture, or farming, eight-yea- r mankind, without 90.3, compared with the chief occupation of average of 87.6. which life Itself and no other occuPasture. pation, could exist. It Is, therefore, Stato: June 1 condition S9, comOf paramount Importance thnt agaverage of pared with the ten-yericulture should bo fostered by state 89.0. and nation; that It should be scienUnited States: June 1 condition tific; that tho farmers should be pro93.4, compared with tho ten-yetected from tho merciless encroach- nverage of 89.0. ments and robberies of organized Apples. capital, and that all the farmers State: June 1 forecast, 2,7G0,000 together Jointly, collectshould labor esto have bet- barrels; production last year, final ively and .farming, better prices for farm timate, 4,170,000 barrels. ter United States: June 1 forecast, in buyproducts, more in scaling their 72,200,000 barrels; production last ing necessities and year, final estimate, 76,C70,000 barcrops, and In promoting social Interrels. among themselves. course Peaches. Schools. State: June 1 forecast, 1,460,000 should be social afTho schools bushels; production last year, final fairs in which all the teachers, par- estimate, 1,320,000 bushels. trustees In fact, the whole ents and United States: June 1 forecast, community should take an Interest, 'mutually labor ot make them 42,400,000 bushels; production last and year, final estimate, 64,21S,Q00 bushefficient In cducatllng, not only tho also the adults, how to els. children, but Prices. gain a livelihood, how to perform Tho first price given below Is the life, and how to live tho duties of 1 this year, and the average on better lives. Consequently, school-hous- second, tho June nverage on June 1 last social, educational, should be year. agricultural and economic matters or Stato: Wheat, 113 and 138 cents ony for personal imquestions, not per bushel. Corn, S2 and S3. Oats, provement, but also for the common 59 and 65. Potatoes, 92 and 75. good. Hay, $14.20 and $17.rO ,per ton. Education. Eggs, 17 and 14 cents per dozen. according to my conEducation, United States: Wheat, 100 and ception, should not be for purely per bushel. Corn, 74.1 purposes, nor for de- 131.5 cents materialistic and 77.9 cents. Oats, 42.1 and 51.3 veloping the cunning of a parasite, 9S.S and 50. S cents. cents. nor for improving the shrewdness Hay, Potatoes, $12.50 and $11.96 per ton. Cotfor exploiting one's fellowman, but ton, 12.2 and 8.6 cents per pound. for teaching every one how to live, Eggs, 19.0 and 16.6 cents per dozen. and how to live rightly. Iloiuls. Alfalfa Aceruge Iurge. Roads are public necessities. Good Nearly a million and a half acres teams, temper, mako roads save time, travel pleasant, marketing easy, and of alfalfa have been sown in tho are an evidenco of civilization and United States this spring and the seeding is still going on. More than progress. accidents, 8,000,000 acres are now growing, an Moreover, the loss from and the loss of time, caused by bad Increase of 20 per cent over the preroads, is a tax. It is a tax on patlcnco vious years, and In this count Colorapleasure, profit and people. U were do, tho first great state to grow the far better to Issue bonds for the legume In a big way, has devoted acres to It. The average building of good roads, than to suffer yield Is 2661 tons the acre, for they all these things. generally double this estimate. Corn, Society. wheat, oats, grass, hay and cotton there-y- e comclasses and Where are the only products with larger petition socletyMs Inconceivable. Society Is not made up of warring acreages than alfalfa. With the curfactions, or of antagonistic groups , tailing of the range and the shortenhaving different economic Interests; ing of tho former natural pastures grow still more alfalfa. but it Is composed of social equals must comhaving economic interests in . llees Should Ue Fed lit mon, and maintaining peace and The old method of leaving bees In among themselves by that harmony hive and allowing unity and which begets a single-walle- d proclaims love, and which united thorn to be exposed to the rigors of brotherhood, which winter has been detrimental to them. and can never be found In n so called The length of the life of bees depends individualistic, capitalistic and com- on tho amount of work they do. Durpetitive society, but which Is to bo ing the winter if the bees are housed, they form a cluster when the comfound only In a monwealth undor tho auspice of temperature falls and try to keep warm by muscular exertion. ConseSocialism, ; h ,,., quently many of them die and those fifis is tho nntlthegis, of which survive are lit a weaker conCompetition Is strife, dition in tho spring. When spring Competition. war, waste and woe. (Seo Europe). comes care Bhould be taken to see is unity and peace, that tho food supply within the hive conservation of wealth and life and is sufficient to last until the honey resources, and Increased production flow begins. If there is lack of food, ot wealth through the employment artificial methods should bo employv Of all working Jointly together for ed to supply nutriment. -'ntltm. the Commpn Good, (irnutli of Vatni Wealth. Tho Social Spirit. Tho farm wealth of this country It were moro beneficial to Ohio Wo add county to have-- that Social spirit exceeds ?40,000,000,000. which Is born only of Socialism, ?10,000,000,000 to tho wealth every which nloiie can reclaim tho worn year, on a borrowed capital, of DUt laud, beautify the waste places for which ive pay a rate per cent Interest. Tho lendof llfo and country, and dispel pover- and 8 ty and Ignorance, than to have tho er gets for his service and tho uso ot individualistic, selfish and competi- his capital almost seven times tho tive spirit which prevails now, under valuo ot the loan. the motto: "Every man for himself; Trees Planted by Machine. devil get tho hindmost," and whltih Washington, Juno 12. A machine leaves tho country to flounder on burdened with poverty and ignor- which plants from 10 to 15 thousand ance. forest tree seedlings a day is now bePark Yours for better farming, efficient ing used at tho Lctchworth schools, rational and practlclal edu- Forest and Arboretum, In Wyoming cation, tho best roads, real society, county, N. Y according to ofllclals and tho puro of tho Forest servlco who aro acting universal 'social spirit which impels ono to do as advisers in tho work. Previously things In tho Interest of humanity tho planting has been done by hand things which will benefit the Individ- - at tho rato of 1,200 to 1,500 tree3 ual through tho benefits which ho eaeh day per man. Tho machlnQ was designed to set bestows upon society. AV. H. CUNDIPK. out cabbago and tomato plants, but works equally well with trees. It is Government Crap lleport. about tho size of an ordinary mowing Washington, D. C, Juno 10. A machine- and Is operated by threo summary of 'the June crop report for men nnd two horses. Ono man drives the State of Kentucky and for tho tho team while tho other two handle United Stato), as compiled by the tho scodllugs. The machine makes Uurcuu of Crop Estimates, and traus- - a furrow In which the trees are set ar ar es Spi-inR"--X. mltted through tho Weather Hureau, 'at any desired distance, and nn au U. S. Department of Agriculture, is tomatic dcvlco indicates where they should be dropped. Two metal-tireas follows: wheels push- and roll tho dirt firmly All Wheat. State: June 1 forecast, 9,630,000 down around the roots. This Is a bushels; production last year, final very desirable feature, It Is said, because tho trees aro apt to die If this estimate, 0,900,000 bushels. Two attachments United States: Juno 1 forecast, Is not well done. 715,000,000 bushels; production last mako It possible to place water and year final cstlmnte, 1,011,505,000 fertilizer at the roots of each seed ling. Another attachment marks the .,ATn, ,AKn9 ...,, r,,.. bushels. lino on which tho next row of trees Oats. are now selling at a low cost, State: Juno 1 forecast 4,050,000 In to be planted. but don't expect It to be so alNo cost figures aro available yet, ways. If you ever expect to own bushels; production last year, final but ofllclals say that the cost will be cstlmnte, 5.4G0.000 bushels. your fnrm or your homo now 13 United States: Juno 1 forecast, much less thnn when the planting Is the time to buy. 1,250,000,000 bushels; production done by hand. It Is stated that the WE HAVE severnl farms listed In last year, final estimate, 1,540,362,-00- 0 machine can be used on any land Ohio county nnd they can bo which has been cleared nnd Is not bushels. had for reasonable prices and rough to plow and hnrrow. Hny. . liberal terms. If we do not State: Juno 1 condition 81, comhave the particular fnrm you denverage of Disinfecting Stored Grnln. pared with the eight-yesire we will make efforts to get Carbon bisulphide should be used d - Real HOTEL Professional y Otto C. Martin Attorney at Will Estate! P0WMIAN MlNGTOl D.C. ItLOFAMERfCANi bound, lh lltt-- v l.u.,v i niinm lIAJlTFOltD, KT. practice his profession in Ibfe and adjoining counties. CommctxlsJ I and Criminal Iractico a Specialty. T WAllBMTIt.lTTON Cromwell, Ky, OTTtlC. MANTIS Hnrtfonl, Ky, f In'Iljrwheft'"gool hottU Powhitaa.hcids.lhe iU It li"fintlnthrbjiturbf jountrymtn, STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoya at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession In tbU and djoliiing counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practice s Prompt Specialty. and vlgoroas service- - Notary in office. mmmammsumm ar .!' It for you. to control nil Insects Infesting grain Tne. TowKatan it refined, ex. granaries, accord- IF YOU want to move to Hartford stored in bins nnd elusive, anil reitful. Its excelwhere our children will have the ing to George A. Dean, professor of lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th anil II Streets, advantage of a good high school entomology in the Kansas AgriculKy. make it a, desirable headquarnotify us. We have houses and tural College. ter! (or bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and 'millions of dollars lots for sale and believe you can "Tho fact that Highway and colleges. select one from our list to your aro lost each year through the work The rowhatan""tttracti""'the Design. people ot culture and education. liking. of insects In stored grains Is evidence Its proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, also to many enough that more attention should WE HAVE a comfortable homo In points, of historical Interest, be given to the control of the Insects makes this hotel especially atHartford, modern Improvements tractive to a discriminating pubcausing tho loss," says Prof. Dean. lic. and a good garden in cultiva"Carbon bisulphide Is 100 per cent The Powhatan orTers""room tion for safe or rent. Place with detached bath at J1.50. effective when properly used. The rents for $10 a month. 32.00 and up. Rooms with privapor from this liquid Is highly Invate bath, JJ.50. J1.00 and up. "Vnte for booklet with mip flammable and explosive. If the IIIUVKU 1AM, ICY. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. building Is reasonably tight, 5 pounds on or address Call laruger, of carbon bisulphide Is sufficient for O Ofllce Jimcs Taylor's Livery Ilarn. every 1000 cubic feet of space, or 1 lll.llll.llli.lllli.TnTTTTTTi pound for every twenty-fiv- e bushels TINSLEY & BURNETT! of grain. In case the building Is not tight, the amount of the liquid should Real Estate Agents, j'ti vi h ' $ '&' be doubled." To Insure perfect fumigation, points out Prof. Dean, the building ttruniKlj ol.uln.il In land Republican Office. I all euuuuiM, or up U tNeoUun FATCNT8 must be nearly airtight, In order that Both Phone. THAT PAira"Ttniwmeiuiaurvujj-- at our Fhume ipene,arMiT,tlpyuuW.ucrMJt, the vapor may remain In all parts of SiKliroJ.l,vnotoer saetch for FRCC report the space In full strength and for the on ltnubllltr. Iu Jtare' trmf.ifc nun. PASSING nircnCNCCQ. nr rra Utida required time, which Is thirty-si- x great success In all parts of the it ixHiion iTonui.io r.ttnt.wni.to B hours. sevontn D. C..ta United States except in cold soggy WASHINQTON, straec. land and Is sure to become the leadI ii II u en ce of Rainfall on Tomatoes. ing standard hay crop. It will never Laboratory studies were conduct become a pest, while It sprouts out . cd by the National Canners' Assocla readily from the stools when cut, the ' tion during 1914 and 1015 to deter - jflrst Irost kin8 lt( both root and top mine wnat relation, it any exists ue - it has to be planted over every year. tween the water contents of tomatoes but only once to get several crops. ' GUARANTEED SERVICE Fruits were secured and rainfall. Do not let sudan grass get ripe beOne hundred per cent throughout the season, both from fore harvesting for hay. Cut as soon value. Special work for W. the Arlington experimental Farm of as It begins to head well. Sudan reO. W. the Department of Agriculture and sembles Johnson grass very closely W. F. STEVENS, from the Jlryland Experiment Sta- and will cross with It readily, and In Hartford, Ky. It. F. D. 7. tion. The seasons were somewhat procuring seed plnntcrs should be Representing Continental unfavorable for the study, since In very careful to get seed that Is pure Marble & Granite Co. both years the rainfall was higher ami flei,j inspected o. . before the tomato season than during the season and the ground was well Should Hum Dead Hok. saturated at the time the tomatoes Hog cholera will never be ellmlnat- - ' began to ripen. "Wants ed and not reduced very much until The data ns a whole, however, every carcass from a cholera herd Is show a general tendency for the sol- burned. Farmers should not permit uble solids to decrease In amount as carcasses to He out In the field for ' the season advances. The soluble dogs and buzzards to get at nnd A1LAGAZINB solids of the various varieties of to- spread the disease. In fact, sick hogs ILLUSTRATIONS matoes examined were highest when should not be allowed to run out In 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE of tbq World's ProEress in Dissolved In water for douches stops fEEP Informed Meehnnlca and Invention. For tho fruit began to ripen on the plants big fields or along the roads. a kneineerinir. It pelvic nnd inflamFather and Son and All the Family, it appeals and lowest with the last fruit of the farmers will learn to vaccinate their mation.catarrh, ulceration by Lydia E. Recommended toallclasses Old nnd Young Men ond women. season. It Is suggested thnt this de- own herds or join a neighborhood It Is the rarortto Maeaslnr la thoq,nd. of Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. notne mrougnoui mo woria. uur rtueirn A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, crease In solids with the advancing club, with one man to do all the vac(lorrp.rmnilenu are ronitantif on the watch for tiling, ce and lntemtlait ani It la throat and season may have been due to causes cinating, and do it at once, when soreeitnotduuy sore eye. Economical. Has Written So You Can Understand It dean a4 tcmuriJil powtr. Sample. Free. 50c all dmiiiiu. or ro.ln.iJ br quite distinct from the rainfall. It cholera gets Into the neighborhood, The Shop Nalea Department (20 1'uiti) contain. Practical Illnta for hbop ork and rwy waja for lb. Company. Barton. Mm. iitTm.n in ain ininn imnm triA iinmM also appears improbable that the and arrange with some good local (17 l'ateel for the Itnr anJ Amateur Mechanic OlrLwhollEotomasntMngAteil.ltontm.keWlrt. , gerum ,, f WUIIT COUUIUUU Ul lUUHIUU.H.(tanker 4q k In. and Telegraph Outfit.. Engine lln.ta. tnow . . , by canners after a heavy rain is due .,. . .Iioca Jewelry. llwl rnrntture. etc (Vntalns ly tructloua for tne Mocbanlc, Camper and r!orl.man uic iuso iiuiu uu ijuuicia iuu uu .AftAM&, OVER GO YCAnS' ,, SINGLE COPIES, ISc ien:ciiiut,c ui ic. il.SO PER YEAR iu a B.-"-: r,i11Pn,i county ifi Ore, fmw ymr m4mIw r ArMt fr. III. Hllh XHASSaBlr. EXPERIENCE the tomatoes but rather to a change agents given moro time for tho farmSample copy will b aant on requaat. 8 vrTarssrae POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE In the structure of the tomato so that ers' otrjer problems. o no. miciUafan MVtnHffbnibMiju it does not hold Its Juice as readily as when grown under normal condi. tions. Tomato Juice released from How's This? txxmxzznx tomatoes during abnormal conditions Traoc Marks Ws offer Ono Hundred Dollars DE3IGN8 can readily bo distinguished by the Reward for any case of Catarrh COPYRIQHTS &C. S.UKCS and CURE cnemisi irom water wnicn is auuea striding a rkclrri and description at cannot bo cured by Hairs qalcklr aseeruilii our opinion frco whethermar Anrone an to the tomatoes during the course of Catarrh Cure. rommnndrji- tloiTsiltrlctlreotmdonthl. IIANOCOOK on I tents canning. F. J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo, O. imtNita. (entires. OI1et nirener for securingCo. with We, the undersigned, have known F. J. rectlre I'ntents taken throuch Jlunn A Cheney for the last IS years, and believe Ifteialiwtkt, without ciiamo, la the him perfectly honorable in all business Sudan Grass for Cover. transactions and financially able to carry flliitcilcaiK by his Arm. There Is no doulu but sudan grass out any obligations made COMMERCE. A handsomely tllnrtratei weekly. Ijireest clr. NATIONAL DANK OF any srlentlUo Journal. Terms. I J Tuo, O. dilation of raontH, IU Bolabyall newsdealer. a Is the quickest growing producer of PRICE four itTAMnni. ec0 & j.oo. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Infernally, M If "wuvsrao first-clahay now In cultivation, acting oirectiy upon tne Diona ana mu- MUNN&Co.36B'Mi,"a''NewYork system. cous surfaces of luaoiij Office, CS V BU Wainuwtoh, U. U AND ALL THROAT ANDLURGTROUBLES. luico it is best tor cover crops or 8ent frcc ,rice the centB perTestimonials ;5 bottle Sold GUARANTEED SATIBFAOTO&Yl Take Hall's Family Plls for constipation. greatest drought reslsters and seems OH MONEY BEFUNDED. . mmammaoBammmaaaaammBammam to thrlvo best In hot, dry weather. It Cnrran7a, Tbo Cawiw. will produce a crop ready for harvest a score of jears VemiMlnna in forty days from time of planting, the "Mr. Venus" of the then succeeding crops every thirty Carranza days until frost. borer satrlctlcs af Mexico Clsy Sudan grass Is a most valuable a C entlflco, llc ng tho somelimet crop to plant after wheat or oats, criul, but always honest, hand of nocuntD AND DEFENDED. .Benamoaei. drawlmr or bhuUi.torexp.it waixUauarrro report I after tho grain has been harvested. Pc firlo Diaz w.iila that natl held UcCALI, PAT1THNS pateuta, trade ho 're JVlou, etc, to obtainCOUNTRIES. toaiAs, Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity an4 eoprruhta, in It may be planted In Texas till tho hl In a mahogany chair In thi Mexreliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly tim,1 Husliusi JtrrttvrUk Washington ererr city and town In the United States ani latter part of August and good pay- ican Senate. For 12 of theso years Canada, or by iruil direct. More sold than Patent and hfrlnjtmtnt Practice Exclusively. ing crops expected. In Kentucky It he was the absolute tool of Oov. any oucr make. Sena lor Ire catalogue. Write or coma to ui at 710 Eifhta BtrMt, su Valua BUU. Patent Ottos, I makes good paying crops planted tho Cardenas of tho Stato of Poahuila, iMcCalis magazine More subscribers than any etnet fashion WASHINGTON. D.C. who held his position, as did all other middle of July. tnagazln million month. Invaluable. Latest styles, patterns, dreumakinr, millinery, uso 4 or 5 Mexican governors ot that time, by In planting In rows, plain sewing, fancy nccdlcVork,fialrdrcssln?, etiquette, good stories, etc Only CO cents' a pounds of seed per acre. This may vlrture of his unswerving loyalitv to year (worm double), Including a free pattern. bo planted with regular corn planter, tho elder Diaz. It Diaz wanted a bill Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. ONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS using cane plate with holes reamed brough up in the Senate, or another to Acenta, rottil brings premium catalogue out about twice tho size hat used for measure killed, It was Venustlano ana new casa prise Qncra. Auuress cano. Tho most common way Is to lay Carranza who presented the argu- - hbcaUC0 WILL YOU i:mw.J7uiSl.mw toni off with largo sweep, then follow with ment for or ngalnst; It Gov. Card TAKE Ijrgo sweep on planter bursting out enas sought tho passage of a meas- UUQU Wd, which cleans tho land as you ure affecting the State of Coahuila, plant. Another good way to plant Is again )t was tho senator from Cuart-r- o Clenegas who pushed it through. to lay off land and go round with A Treatment planter us if you wero breaking the During tho last five years of the rulo wrZ? for WEAK way you will of Porfrlo Diaz, Carranza became land. In this latter clean your laud and at the same time known to every senator and deputy LUNGS or nlnnt practically broad cast. In this ns "El JIozo del Senor Cardenns" Succeed when everything else fail. CONSUMPTION way you should use about 20 pounds the Cardenas servant. Diaz and Gov. In n?rvous prostration and female WV w4VV Mt seed per ncro and tho grass will out Cardenas allowed Carranza to amass V1'VV u remedy, as thousands have testified, I fueling-- , grow other vegetation nnd will a comfortable fortunate, estimated, aTkMysk skb A Quick relict (or that tired, a Ml srx. Wtfsa. vs. , coughs, pains la chrxl. night sncaU, smother anything that may come up. in tho fall of 1910, at aproximatcly weak lungs or consumption. V tt does If planted in rows,, it should bo 20,000,000 pesos, then about Dot help you II casta you BolbUi. A it is tho best tncJIsuie ever sc4 f. Harry H. Uunn In Qartoo-n- s plowed at least once. Look Box OIO over a drugKktt'e countrr. OHIO MEDICAL GO. Magazluo. COLy.MBUH P. Sudan grass has proven to be a IsnTTiMWT ' oItaylor.ce. Beaver Dam, Drainage DR. HART YRTERINARY SURGEON 0. E. Hartford, Kentucky. TFIADC-MAHK- G ty DW.X-BU- I BEPRMRED Every Woman POPUIMMCHMICS ( 05DtMTcat J ".,... ... I JLLthe COUGH the Scientific Dr. King's New Slscevor nn ss I 1 f I Fr --v- a! I ill '"" i -- OUR j j eetric Ha liters rr"' 922a GERMINAL REMEDY sDllBlaVk wmgw y FOR ONE MONTH heraor-ihiccs- K? $10,-000,00- 0. i h V OIL FROM FORESTS t A USEFUL PRODUCT 8PHUCI3 AM) 1IKMLOCK NKKDLES FUUNIHII IXKMKNT l'OH HllOK BLACKING. Washington, June 10. Shoo black Ing owes Its peculiar aromatic odor, faintly suggestive of the deep woods whore spruco or hemlock needles pad the ground, to an oil which Is manufactured from theso same kinds of needles, according to tho Forest Service. Similar oils are obtained from the tollago and small twigs of various g trees, and And use for a number of purposes. In Europe the finer of theso oils are used exclusively ub perfumo In soap. They nro common components of liniments and other medicinal preparations. Cedar oil Is chiefly used In tho preparation of Insecticides and, to somo oxtcnt, In making liniment. Investigations of the yield and tho valuo of the oil obtainable from some of tho southern and western trees liavo been made by the Forest Service, partly with a view to tho possible utilization of waste material left after lumbering In tho National forests. In theso Investigations long leaf and western yellow pine leaves produced the most promising results, but tho needle oils obtained from these pines did not surpass the firmly established spruco and hemlock oils. The largo quanitlcs of needles and twigs on forest service tlmo sale areas nre not only a sheer waste, but also form a special lire hazard. An Increased market for leaf oil would mako posslblo tho utilization of somo of this waste macone-bearin- removed by distillation. Their plant consists of connecwooden tanks with steam tions with a dally capacity of 2,000 pounds of oil are obtained and, by suitable treatment, the spent needles produce a long, tough fiber that can bo woven Into fabric or mixed with hair and made Into matresscs. Tho distillation process Is simple. Steam Is passed through tho needles, usually at atmospheric pressure. The oil volatilizes and mixed vapors pass into a cooling apparatus whoro condensation takes place, leaving a layer of oil and a layer of water. Distillation by steam under pressure Is more rapid and produces more oil. Cutting tho needles In small pieces before treatment Increases tho oil production. Young trees yield most. Trees growing In tho open contain more oil than those In a dense stand. Tho winter and spring months are best for oil content. fiber after the oil is How el Complaints In India. In a lecture at ono of tho Des Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary from India told of going into the Interior of India, where ho was taken sick, that ho had a bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dirrhoea Remedy with him and believed that it saved his life. This remedy is used successfully In India both as a pre- $8000 IS GIVEN TO of somo many. patent-a-ma-JI- g made In Ger- PATRIOT'S DAUGHTER FATIIEIt SANK ING WAK OWN IIOAT DUK- COURT ALLOWS A hand organ has been added to tho Excelsior Fiddling Band. It was stolen from a blind man at Tlckvllle last week by Raz Barlow. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE r ventive and cure for cholera. You may know from this that It can bo depended upon for the milder forms of bowel complaint that occur In this country. Obtainable everywhere, m e SHKMIT'S SALE. Inter-Souther- n Life Insurance Co., terial. Industry Old One. Tho Industry, though small, is fairly old In the United States. Tho valuo of the annual production of Dlack needlo oil Is about $G0,000. and white spruco and eastern hemlock produce slmlllar oils, 40,000 to 50,000 pounds annually, worth 45 to Hed cedar proCO cents a pound. having tho same valuo a pound as tho spruce and hemlock oil. A few other species furnish tho rest of tho conifer-leaf oil produced in the United States. Desldes the home product, small quanltles of needle oils are imported duces 15,000 to 20,000 pounds of oil, - One of these, silver from Europe. tlr oil. brings $4 n pound. In most cases theso oils have a pleasant odor. first A few ore disagreeable when first distilled, but become pleasant with ago. Tho greater portion of the oil produced in the United States Is distilled by small farmers in New England during the winter months when farm work Is slack. In 1912 a Seattle firm began the distillation of leaf oil from Western red cedar on n largo scale, but found that at the going market valuo of 40 cents a pound the oil scarcely repaid tho cost of production. It was chiefly used in manufacturing 35 per cent of cedar oil and C5 per cent of an absorbent made from tho finely ground shells of peach pits. Four dollars and a half a ton, depending on the oil content, was paid for the leaves and twigs. A firm at Grants Pass, Ore, has street. Being a portion of the land conpatents covering methods and apvoyed to S. J. Tlchenor and E. B. paratus for utilizing Western yellow 22d, 1904 by E. pino needles In tho production of Tichcnor on March F. Bender, which deed is of record In Deed Book 35, Folio 342, Ohio Counst Plaintiffs, vs. S. J. Tichcnor, Debt. By virtuo of nn execution No. 810 Issued from tho Ohio Circuit Court, Ky., on April 4, 191C, in favor of n Life Insurance tho Co., against S. J. Tichcnor for tho sum of fC.OOO.OO together with C per cent interest thereon from tho 6th day of October, 1914, subject to a credit of 5,000. April 3, 1916, also tho sum of $23.50 cost, and tho further amount of cost of collection and cost of this sale; which execution was placed in my hands as sheriff of Ohio county for collection, and by vlrturo vested in mo by tho I, of Kentucky, Commonwealth will my deputies, or one of on Monday, July 2nd, 1916 at about tho hour of 1 o'clock p. m. at tho court house door In Hartford, Ky., olrer at public outcry to tho lilghcst'and best blddenipon a credit of threo months, the equity of redemption in nnd to tho following described property, or so much thereof us will bo necessary to satisfy plnlntift't debt, interest and all costs, viz: Two lots or parcels of ground with tho Improvements thereon, located In McIIenry, Ohio county, Ky., described as follows: Lot No. 1 Beginning on Howard boundary street at tho North-ealino of the McIIenry Deposit Bank nnd running east 263 ft. to a stone; thenco south 158 ft. to a stake; thence west 165 ft. to a stake; thence south 17 feet to a stake; thence west 35 ft. to a stake; thence south 28 ft. to a stake; thence west 130 ft. to Main street.; thenco north with Main street 128 ft.; thenco east with the lino of the McIIenry Deposit Bank 75 ft. to tho beginning on Howard Inter-Souther- A REMARKABLE STATEMENT Mrs.Sheldon Spent $1900 for Treatment Without Benefit Finally Made Well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. i TTTTTT Lot No. 2 A lot In McHenry, Ohio county, Ky., and bounded as Beginning at a follows, stako on Howard street, running south 75 ft.; thenco west 40 ft.: thonco north 75 ft.; thenco east 40 ft. to tho beginning, being anortion of tho land deeded to S. J. Tlchenor by E. F. Bender nnd wlfo, March 29th, 1902, recorded In Deed Book 24, pago 251, Ohio County Court to-w- lt: ty Clerk's ofilce. 4 Tho purchaser will bo required to executo bond with approved security Said immediately after the sale. bond to bear Interest at tho rato of 0 por cent from dato until paid. Qlven under my hand, this tho 29th day of April, 1916. Fit Smith was hauled home yesterhaving S. O. KEOWN, day completely exhausted, Sheriff Ohio County, Ky. been compelled through a mistaken By S. A. Bratchor, D. S. Idea of his, to dig two graves, for'tho burial of his double cousin. . Cost of Popularity. Raz Barlow has been hunted this David Lloyd Georgo, tho British ham's Votrotnblo Mintstor of Munitions, was tho Idol week by tho Deplty Constable on a o Compound made her well, bo I took it and of tho trado union classes before the charge of breaking up a birthday now I am just as well as I ever was. I war, nnd ho will probably bo their at Bounding Billows Saturday cannot understand why women don't on night. The Deplty got track of htm eeo how much pain ana suffering they idol again after tho war; Just now yesterday, but Raz escaped by obscurwould escape by taking your medicine. account of his advocacy of conscrippraise it enough saved ing himself in tho cloud of dust raisI cannotand kept mo fromfor it Insane. tion, ho is under a cloud. my life the Henry Taylor, the British Consul ed by his mule. Hospital." Mrs. E. SHELDON, 6057 3, , to Duluth, said of Mr. Llloyd Qeorge JIalsted St., Englewood, 111. Tho Hogwallow Improvement SoPhysicians undoubtedly did their best, the other day: battled with this cose steadily and could "If he's unpopular now, it's be- ciety requests all our citizens to tako do no more, but often the most scientific cause ho was so very popular before. advantage of tho footwashing ceretreatment is surpassed by the medicinal young monies that are to take place at Hog properties of tho good old fashioned His case la like that of the Toots and herbs contained in Lydia E. lady. Ford next third Sunday. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Why, don't you know?" the other If nny complication exists it answered. "She got the most votes One of Sim Flinders' Infants can pays to write the Lydia li. Pink at the bazar for being popular." get Just as much amusement out of a liam Medicine Co., Lynn, SIhHi, Washington Star. bed roller as a rich baby can get out Englewood, III. "Willi o going through the Change of Life I suffered Tiwun neuuacnes, ner vousness, Hashes or wutio heat, and I guttered so much l did not know what I was llflHR JTVLVillll doing at times. I ifi'JUU on 4 mW spentand not onodocdid tors mo any good. One day a lady called at my house and said she hod been as sick as I was at ono time, and Lvdia E. Pink- - Clerk's office. Miss Cordelia Hellwanger has bought a handsome accordeon, and will compete with Miss Rosyola Mosc-le- y After Fear Tears of Discouraging I had gotten so weak 1 could not stimi, for musical honors and social esand I gave up in despair. Mrs. Harry Hendricks Olll of 492S teem. She says she can play any Conditions, Mrs. BaHock Gar At last, my husband got me a bottle ef St. Louis avenue received word from pleco of poetry over written, whether Up ia Despair. Hatband the United States Court of Claims of It rhymes or not. Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 coa. Washington that her claim In behalf menced taking it. From the very first Came to Rescue. of her ward and niece, Helen Fagan, Fletcher Henstep has drawn the dose, I could tell it was helping me. I 10 years old, had been upheld. She color line on tho feathered tribe, and has been allowed a relnbursement of will not allow a black bird to come on can now walk two miles without Ml $8000. his farm. Catron, Ky.-- ra en Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all 3y work." I Tho child is the granddaughter If you are all run down from womaaly, of Capt. Samuel Houston, who, it is Tho Postmaster has a now way of from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock held, deliberately sank his river catching files, and is working It with writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try steamer, William Henry, at a loss to pronounced success at the Postofilce himself, In order to prevent a cargo this week. He takes a Jug that has years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic Ithashelpeet of ammunition and supplies for the had llcker in it, places a funnel in tho this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, 'In Its St Confederate army from getting Into neck and drives the files In. Then while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should the enemies' hands. The steamer when they come staggering out he all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist hit had been pressed into tho Confeder- swats them with tho stove shovel. ate service. Mrs. Gill asked for $14,-00sold Cardui for years. He knows whaf in my left side. Frisby Hancock is greasing his The doctor was called In, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomAccording to Mrs. GUI's contention wagon, currying his team, and makCapt. Houston, who was reputed to ing other preparations to make a trip ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. bo a descendant of the Sam Houston to Tlckvllle, after a spool of thread. soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory ,Dept.. Chattinoogt, Tcnn.. for fipacMI of Texas fame, and who was nn Inti- It Is now on sale there at a bargain IiutrucXiont n your cue andM.pag. took. Mark Twain, was the sale for four cents a spool, while the mat, nothing seemed to do me any good. TraaltMit far Vren.a." tanl la lala tpv. Homt mate friend of JhM owner of n river steamer, said to Hogwallow Postmaster holds his wmmammmmmmmmmmammmmmmmm have been worth $14,000, operating price at five cents. In the lower Mississippi River trade. Although he lived In Little Rock, Miss Hostetter Hocks sang a polo Ark., he was of strong Union lean- at the party the other night. She was ings. Shortly after the outbreak of cheered heartily by several of her the civil war, a body of Confederate near relatives. soldiers captured the boat at Little Rock, and after pressing it Into serTobe Moseley wa3 out yesterday vice, loaded It with 100 tons of am- shooting at a rabbit. It is the same munition, CO tons of harness, wagons ono he shot at alt last winter. and supplies, and directed Houston to ship them to Fort Smith, Ark. In almost every town there is some In order to prevent tho supplies one who thinks that somebody is no army, reaching the Confederate good. full of life and action, filled with the Houston ran the boat on a snag at fire of fine inspiration and followed Knox Bend, ten miles below Van by 250 short stories of adventure, Mrs. Columbus AUsop has decided Buren. Ho wag captured and tried will make to trade her crackling squeezer for a for treason. He was found guilty fluting iron. Later ho escaped nnd Imprisoned. and served tho remainder of the war Yam Sims has decided that there as a captain and pilot on Union gunalnt much use in living if he can't be boats. furnished with a mule to ride every He was killed later in the Brooks-Baxt- Sunday. feud in Arkansas. His widow, Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page. Mrs. Missouri Houston, later married Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Tobe Moseley reports to the Deplty Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best J. C. Hendricks, who nt one time wa3 Constable that a stray mule Jumped a member of the Confederate army, Into his field the other night nnd minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone and who now lives at the St. Louis in the home. 1 here is no age drank up all the water in his pond- limit to enthusiasm for The avenue address. Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. Hendricks presented the claim to If roa do not know THE COMPANION It Is better to go to sleep on the let ua tend you Three Current luuea tho different congresses, from tho siding than on the main line. FREE. Indole this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year Forty-fiftno with Fortieth to the ma request. not 12. success. Mrs. Gill presented it to the Those who subscribe now, sending; S2 When You Havo a Cold. Fiftieth Congress more than twenty-flv- o for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 1915. will receive The Companion Give it attention, avoid exposuro, years ago, and the final report get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. be regular and careful of your diet, magazines. J only a week ago. was filed Little Helen clapped her hands also commence taking Dr. King's SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE It contains Plue-Ta- r, Joyfully when she heard the news New Discovery. Is THE ITARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S C031PANION, BOTH Antiseptic Oils and Balsams. last night. "Now I can buy an autoDr. King's New ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 2.75. mobile and house for aunty. You see, slightly laxative. your cough, soothes we don't own tho property here," she Discovery eases tubes, bronchial re- your throat and explained to a porter, "but now we can own a houso checks your cold, starts to clear your head. In a short time you know your all our own." Globe Democrat. cold is better. Its the standard famTo the Public. ily cough syrup In use over 40 years. "I have been using Chamberlain's Get a bottle at once. Keep It in the Sold at The Republican and Louisville Herald Tablets for Indigestion for the past house as a cold insurance. $1.3b 3 six months, and It affords me pleasure your druggist. 1.75 to say I have never used a remedy The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at did me so much good." Mrs. that Effective Testimony. Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 C. E. Riley, Illion, N. Y. ChamberThe budding authoress had pur- The Tablets are obtainable every- chased a typewriter, and one morning lain's 1.7 The Republican and m where, the agent called and asked: o "How do youllke your new type- The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 HOGWALLOW NEWS. writer, madam?" 3.50 (Dunk Botts, Editor.) "It's wonderful!" was the enthu- The republican ana uaiiy uwensDoro inquirer (George Bingham.) how I've The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k siastic reply. "I wonder O'boro Messenger 1.75 ever done my writing without it!" Tho Excelsior Fiddling Band went "Would you mind," asked the The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 to Tlckvllle last Saturday night and agent, "giving me a little testimonial serenaded the Jailer while one of to that effect?" The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 their friends broke out. "Certainly not," she responded. 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer "I'll do It gladly." One of tho cats at Tobe Moseley's Seating herself at the machine, sho The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 home has presented him with a fine pounded out the following: thee Automntld litter of kittens, that first saw day"Afteb Using light through the holes In ono of Backaction atype write, er for thro Tobo's old pair of shoes. Tobe says emonth an d Over. I unhesittattlng-l- y cats. pronoun ce It tobe al ad more than he will 8o6n have twenty-nin- e , th o Manufacturess claim! for it. Sap Spradlen is going to Tlckvllle Durlnb the tim e been in rayy posses-st- o Saturday night to deliver a lecture on n $1 thre month It had moro th tho advisability of killing mad-dog- s an paid for ltso-- f in thee saving off THE USELIV-VER-LA- X beforo they show signs of hydropho- tim o and laborr?" Everybody's. SEWING bia. This Is ono cf Sap's latest. He MACttslNE should havo a houso so crowded that OF there will not bo any room for him QUALITY. I to lecture. CLAIM. 0. mmSBk Great 1 eYOUTITS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 er ir h, m Globe-Democr- at OUR CLUBBING RATES. Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. CASTOR A NEW NOT For Infants and Children ir In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of ZSS UNDER ANY SOLD OTHER HOME ; " For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Vtr-Lw- ' to-d- or special free advice. NAME. Fecliricht nil tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. e keeps yo when pleasant Lio WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. In writing your letters do not say on vour feet, whilorelievinirvour troub. spent Sunday with that Mr. If you purchase tho NEW HO.MK you will Jo. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don't Mr. Blank, or Mr. Blank and family have a llfo asset at tiie price you pay, and will tako anything else, xou can't anoru sys. took dinner with Mr. Guest, or Miss not liave an endless chain of repairs. it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat tern and relieves constipation. Belle spent tho night with Miss Hostural remedy, natural in its actions, surd Quality ess. And by no means say that Mr, IT in its effect and certain in results. It will Considered Romeo made his regular call at tho won't bo long beforo Lio. Vet-La- x completely displace calomel in evert home of Miss Juliet Sunday afterit U tho home.i Children can take it froely an noon, etc. We do not care for that. with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar Cheapest we want Is tho news, When What anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without tho likeness and algnaj someone from another town visits in theeod ture of L. K. Grigsby. For ealo by someono in your town, or vise versa, to buy. Hartford, Ky. J. H. WILLIAMS, we are always glad to run It as a be careful with your news item, but If you want osewlDr machine, write tor, selection. It is no pleasure to re- our latest catalogue before you purchas. Tto New Hm Swing MaclifM Co., Orangs, Matf write and scratch your copy. tit rht back a For U Or, The Editor. Bil TrB tA IF YOU ARE A PATRIOTIC AMERICAN SEE t THE STAR THEATER X3LJJEt.TJeCJEl.I, "THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE 66 A CALL. TO ARMS AGAINST WAR." at The Star Theater For JUNB 26 I Matinee 2:00 O'clock. EPORT SAYS EARL VICTIM OF People in New York and Chicago Paid $2 to See This Great Picture. You Can See It NightFirst 35c Adults; 15c Children Under Twelve. Night - - Second Show at 9:00 O'clock. Show at 6:45 O'clock. RE IS MOSES IN FLESH tlnenfftl flags, however, was tho IrRITIirifV JUMITflD rattlesnake banner, with the mott "Don't Trend on Me!" This was carried In many parts of the country. KILLED IN FLORIDA Congress passed a resolution Juno ' 14, 1777, stating: "That the flag of the thirteen United States be thirteen OF JUDGE E. C. sripes, alternate red nml white; that ' O'HCAR MEETS DEATH WHEN the union be thirteen stars, white In ; MACHINE FALLS. a blue field, representing the new constellation." The design may have y Me WnslHugtou i Stanford. Kv Juno 12. Lieut. been inspired which had both stars R. C. Saufley. who was killed at the and stripes. United States Aviation Station at It was apparently the intent to iCnsacoln, FJa., today, was a natlvo add both a stripe and a star for every ot tMs rty being- - the youngest son new State admitted", but in ISIS tile 0( tho inte JmIg(, j c saufley and a number of states trad increased to member of a large and prominent twenty and tile flag- was rapidly getr- - tiinlly in tills part of Kentucky. , . Ini? nut nf nrnnnrtlntl. fTnnirrpsn nltor ' i...i d the design to the tftyfa we now use.' tUo yol,ng nm, served on the United Louisville Herald. States cruiser North Carolina, and upon his own application, was one nf 4SS .MORE HIRTHS TITAN the first four naval officers selected iiK.vi-His iKiiii mi to form the nucleus of the naval' la.vIu.tiou corps. The following- preliminary report j ncut. Saufley was 30 years old and of Ohio county for the year 1915 has survived by his wife who is a been received from the1 Kentucky I daughter of Judge E. C. O'Renr, of State-Boarof Health: j Frankfort; his mother, Mrs. Sallle j Suittcy. State or Kentucky. of this olty, two brothers. i Doputy County of Ohio. populaticrr-.27.S3- 0 Internal Revenue Collector 7S8 . nn,v-aTotal birth Saufley, of Sunbrlght, Tenn., 305 ' aaA tj,yco sisters,. Mrs. T. S. Webb, Total' deaths ' Birth rate per 1,000 popula- of Kuoxvllle, Tenn., Mrs. S. M. Logan .. 28.3 of Midway, Ky and Mrs.. George L. ... ... HCTl' Death rate per 1,000 populaPrany, of this city. H-tion i His brother, Rowan Saufley, left Denth Ify Ages. here tonight for I'OnsacoUi to accom- 4S nnnv tho lioilv. hcra. where It Is ex- 1 yearr and under -- 1 ... 1 to five years . nncti'd tho burial will he held 100 65 years and over Lieut. Saufley recentlr achieved Itweritable D&enso Dertlis. distinction when ho twice broke altl- s 41 tudi records for tho NuTy Depart-- 1 Tuberculosis of Other tuberculosis ment. He grew to bo one of the best . 20 .known fliers In tfcu servlcw. Whooping Cough DlphUria-Crou- p -- . . .IB MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. HEALER DECLARES o.iiu.Hiuuiu I mnun port of VIco Admiral Mayo on tho recent target practice of tho Atlantic licet In Cuban waters and Just mado public by Secretnry Daniels, forms the sjulwtauco of the report, accompanied as it is by the Admiral's simultaneous declaration that tho fleet Is "ready for nny emergency." Secretary Daniels, following tho prnctlce of the Navy Department for ninny years, refused to gins out tho Individual icorcs made by the ships, but he snld the practice was undertaken nt ranges never beforo attempted, nml us u hint, of this, let It be known tftat hits wero nindo nt a range of IS, 000 yards, or over te:i statute miles. Admiral Mayo, Mr. Daniels said, was also entfraslastlc over the spirit shown by tho entire personnel of the fleet, of all ranks. "They wero always ready," ho said, "and wero quick to grasp new ldeas,whlch they never failed to execute properly," Regarding reports that there had been serious accidents to somi of the heavy guns In the fleet, Mr. Daniels said the only ones had been the splitting of tho hoops on two of guns, and the Michigan's lint the Inner- tube ot one of tho guns of similar caliber on the ArkanTho latter sas had been slipped. :iccldcnt had been repaired on board ship. "Later types of guns have locking rings," he sold, "to prevent this sort of thing, and the Arkansas Is now being fitted with them. Such accidents as these nro no more than are to bo expected during a long target practice, and they are discounted In. advance. Tho recent maneuvers and practice put the guns to a mora 12-tnre MOAT HAMPSHIRE SANK TORPEDO CARRYING LORD KITCHENER AND STAFF. pOYAl Ksoimmm TESTIFIES AGAINST RETURNING TO CALIFORNIA ON MAIL FRAUD CHARGE. SON-IN-LA- W London, June 13. London was stirred tonight by reports that the Bampshlre.the cruiser on which Lord lost, was Kitchener and his sunk by a German submarine. Tho jemcoe, Hrltlali Admiral. lad'prevlously declared that the vesstaff.-were sir-Sapun New York, Juno 13. Is Declaring he coat-of-ar- &AKlK5 POWDER Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tartar NO ALUM-- NO sel was a victim of a mine. The news that she had been torpeoded was contained in a dispatch from Berne, In were which German newspapers quoted. Reports of a gallant assault in which Canadian troops recaptured a former British position near Zille-fcek- e, and news of the. Russians' following up their strong offensive -- the "reincarnation of Moses" and the "King of Divine Healers," the Rev. Francis Schalatter today de fended his activities as a healer In an effort to prevent his removal to Los Angee3 to be tried on a Federal In dictment charging: use of the malls to defraud. He took the stand after Beveral witnesses had testified before United States Commissioner Hought-to- u that they had been miraculously cured by him. Schlatter asserted he was born with the power of. divine healing. He explained that he used a "blessed - - PHOSPHATE handkerchief" whlcfi he'advertised against the Australians and their allies were contained in dispatches that was with her for about twenty yards, and then discovered he had retraced cheered London today. Petrograd was tonight momentari- his steps. Dr. Taylor and Dr. Parmenter exly expecting confirmation of reports Czernouitz, capital of Bukowina, pressed the opinion that the cyanide that has fallen into the hands of the of potassium which caused Marion's death was taken in liquid form. The Czar's men. State regards thuir testimony aiv imMake Fresh Advances. Iu Volhynia and Gallcia the Russ- portant, as it has been charged botians are following up their offensive young Orpet bought a and on various sections in both re- tle from a druggiist friend in where ho attended the Unigions they have made fresh advances --Wis., captured additional prisoners versity of 'Wisconstn. Tho defense, and it is understood, mil claim that Hiss and wax stores. In Gallcia tho drive of the, Russ- Lambert brought the corrosive in ians has brought them across the crystal form with her probably wraptwo-oun- Madison,- Dniester River, where they have cap- ped in paper. tured the towns of Zale Szczyky and Horodenka, whence they are pressing forward toward tho Pruth River frontier, with ud the Bukowina Czcmuwitz their objective. Numerous Australlian fortified positions in this region have fallsn into the hands of the Russians. Farttier north, violent fighting is taking: place around Tarnopol, where reinforced by the iftermans, are holding back the attempts of the Russians to advance In the direction of Lemberg, capital of Northeast of Tarnopol, Oallcla. near Voroblevka, positions have chauged hands repeatedly in tho heavy fighting, while east of Kozlow, Austro-Hungarians, AGED FARMER IS KILLED' WHILE WORKING IN FIELD Russellville, Ky., June 14. B. B. 7i vs.. Notice. Oaks, 62. years old, a farmer, as I Diarrhoea-enteriti- s (under Z Charles Howley, et al, Defendants. shot at 9 o'clock thio morning while 'ea")r f 137 virtue of a JLUdgmect and order at work tiding a binder lu a wheat Diarrhoea-enteriti(over 2 0r aa0 0f tho Ohio Circuit Court, field, and died two hoars later. Three ., yearn ..... 7 rendered at tho May term, 1916, In pistol shots were fired at Oakes, all 0 the above causa- for the- purpose of Hookworm disease of which eutereiThls. loft side. 4 paying tho cost of this action, togethInfluenza (lagrlpp) aro hunting for Officers 1 er with tho costtof this sale, and for Puerperal septicemia Sam Trabue, a negru 3S years old, Citncer nnT Violences thu division of? tho proceeds among for a number of years a teacher In 2 thoso who aro entitled thereto, I Cancer rural schools, who Is accused by Klrt-le- y 10 will offer for salo by public outcry to -- . Violence Oakes, 12 years old, son of the 0 tho highest and best bidder, at tha- Pellagra murdered man, of killing his father. crturt house dbor In Hartford, Ky., Young Oakes says he fired at Truhue That's Different. (in Monday the 3rd day of July, 1910, s. of Tarnopol, as he fled from the field Immediately Heiwasa very small boy,, says ut about tho hour ot ono o'clock p. which lit southwest Paddy wits his dog-- . Paddy ni., upon a urcdlt of six and twelve a Russian advanced after tho negro had shot his father. tho capture of He said tho charge from the shotwas nearer to his heart than any- months, post la reported by Vienna. the following described thing- ou earth. When Paddy mot property, and west gun entered tho negro's side and In Volhynia, northwest swift and hideous death on tho turnTwo certain tracts ot land lying of Lutsk, the Russians have driven back. Witnesses before tho Coroner's pike road his mother trembled to and being in Ohio county, Ky., and out the Austrian near Rojltcho and tho break tho news. But It had to be, bounded us follows: occupied the town of Torchin, while Jury this afternoon: testified that reand when ho came home- from school! of Lutsk, tho quarrel between tho men arose In jvest of Kolkl. north 3'ract 1 On tho north by tho lands cutting wheat. sh told him almply: of James Ellis; ou tho east by tho Austrlans have again repulsed tho gard to Is survived by his wife and Oakes "Paddy has been run over and lands of Luko Eo.stcrday; on tho who woro attomptlng to ruas.frm TUe funeral services i THE UISTORY OF THE kilted." south by tho Hartford and Calhoun the Styr River, Indicting heavy four children. tross afternoon. will be held Ho took It very quietly; finished road; on tho west by tho lands of STARS AND hTRIPES losbcs ou them. . Ms dinner with appetite mid spirits Joo Thomasson and Jack Russet, and Atter driving their wedgo farther Asking Too Much. Old GJory, as wo know ir, Is tho ro unimpaired. All day It was tho containing about 37 acres. northeast of into the French lino Accordlug to the follovtng anec- suit of many cttanges. In the early uamo. But five minutes after ho had Truct 2 Ou tho north by tho Verdun Monday, the Germuns on up their ad- dote our blocade of Germany has days of tho Revolution there wer gone up to bed there echoed through lauds of Jnko Shaver; on the cast by Tuesday did not follow ceralmost as mauy standards as there-wer- tho housei a shrill ncd sudden lamen- tho Unds of Luto Bills; on tho south vantage with infantry attacks. Only been much more effective than At a Every man who tation. Ills mother rushed upstairs by tho lands of James Ellis; and on commanders. bomboidmeuts aro tak- tain- newspapers will admit. intermittent recent banquet tho Belgian Coiwul, raised a regiment of colonists seems with solicitude and sympathy. the west by the lands ot Joo Thomas- ing place around Verdun, H. L. do Give said: to. have designed a flag of his own "Nurso says," ho sobbed, "that sou, and containing about 15 acres. "I have Just heard an anecdote fwicy. Paddy has been run over and killed." Each tract will bo sold separately. MAN TELLS OK FINDING about tho German food famine. "But, dear, I told you that at dinMost of theso ancestors of the Stars Tho purchaser will bo required to MARION LAMUERT'H BODY of Lanstrum men and Stripes were copied upon tho ner, and you. didn't seem to trouble executo bond "A regiment with approved security setting out for the front from arms of tho colony from which the at all." ... 4 Immeadlately after salo and a lion ....-- wero vauKegan, in., juiiu J.. lirillln.n USUQ, crowd wer0 see. ri, A revolutionary soldiers came. "No; but but I didn't know you further Marshall, a golf professional employ-rte'oW oyfj offan nuxoU9( t. month after tho battlo of Bunker said Paddy. I I thought you said will bo retained for 1916. security. This Juno 14th. Club .i nf tho Ontwentsla Country lent, crowd. But Anally there was Gen. Putnam displayed a ted daddy." OTTO C. MARTIN, at Lake Forest, was the principal one chap who screwed up spirit Hill, with tho ot Conflag 4 Master Commissioner. y at tho trial of William enough to shout, 'Long live Germawitness Regrettable. necticut. Ernest Wodward, Barnes & Smith, chargo of murdorlug II. Orpet on a ny! Many of the revolutionary privaHostess (to Blank, who has been Attorneys. 50t3 Marlon Lambert on February 9 last. Land-stru"At this a teers adopted a flag bearing a mailed Invited at tho last moment to make 4 wero Dr. John L. Other witnesses mau turned round' and yelled grasping thirteen arrows. At a fourteenth) It's so good of you to ATLANTIC FLEET READY Taylc-r- i Coroner of Lake county, and reproachfully at the shoutor, 'What fist, FOR "ANY EMERGENCY" Cambridge 1776, Washington flow come. We should never havo asked who said he Dr.' B. M. Parmenter, s. on?' " a flag with thirteen red and white you If we hadn't been obliged. BoshaU" known Marlou practically all Washington, Juno 14. "In every 8trlpes,'such"as the flag bears today, ton Transcript. here life. respoct tho shooting, was the best but with a reproduction by tho blue Marshall told of finding Marlon's ' New Zealand has a waterfall, the the navy ever did." field and stars. FOR FLETCHER'S body in Holm's woods. He said ho I This sentence, taken from the rr I The most iamous oi an tae Loa- - Sutherland, which la 1,904 (eet high. Allowed the. tracks of the man who -. sht ce Tit-Bitto-w- lt: - would effect cures, "only as John and Peter used blessed aprons." Bfchop August Scilrader ami the Rev. August Algard, of Oakland, Cal., who are wanted on the same charge, as a he descritved, respectively, "princrand ambassador of God,"' and his secretary. AH three are incorporators of the Baptist Church of Oakland, which Is not connected with: any other denomination. ScUfiitter admitted that he sent out letter-- i asking- for offerings becxise. he safd, the "ravens will not' feed as," but after living expenses are deducted whatever money remains Is sera: to the Oakland church. The "healer" defended a newspaper published by the- - church of Oakland, and asserted tnaf the publication In this organ of the Imposition of the "curse of the 109th Psata" upon Miss Adcle D. Prelss.for causing Tils arrest, was Justified'. This was printed, he Bald, by Bishop Schni'ler. The Rev. August Algard testified that an average of thirty persons a day were "healed" by "Father" Schlatter: Tilt? hearing vrns adjourned today until June 21 when a post-offiInspector from Los Angles, will testtfy. 4 llnnd For Siile! I will offer for salo to tho highest and best bidder at mw farm one mile nnd best bidder at my farm onnrmiIo acros on Saturday, Juno 24, 101G, at 10 o'clock a. m. Will sell In 5, 10 and 20 acre lots. Tlds is good farming land'. A barn 44x44 feet. A house with stone chimneys Terms nado kuown on day of sale. L. B. LONET, 49t3 Route 4.. Hartfordi Ky. n ....... I 0 l the-lung- ....... Pncumonla-BronchaPneumpa- ia: test than usual." MASTF.R Scarlet Fever Meningitis other than tubercular Measlesr Typhoid! ferer ......... COMMISSIONER'S SALE. A. C. ... . 3 3 j Ohio Circuit Court. Cora. Thomasson,. Plaintiff. McLean Circuit Court, Walter Scott and Harrison, Assignees, etc., Plaluttffs. vs. W. E. Temploton, etc., Defendants. G. H. Cnry, Tho undersigned, Master Commissioner ot the McLean Circuit Court, will, on Monday tho 3d day ot July, 1916, about ono o'clock p. m. at the front door ot tho court houso in Hartford, Ky., sell upon a credit ot six months, to tho highest bidder, tho following tract or parcel of, land lying In Ohio county. Ky., and.descrlbed ns follows, viz: Beginning at a stake on the South sldo of tho Hnrtford and Ceralvo public road; thenco S. 2 E. 31.75 ch. to a dead red oak, corner to Loney Miller; thenco West 20.87 ch., to a stone, J. J. Bishop's comer, with two small hickories and whlto oak pointers; thenco N. 1 E. 29. 38 ch. to a stone on o South side of said Hartford and public road; thenco N. 77 E. 7 ch., to a sweet gum; thenco following said road N. S4 E. 6. 70 ch., to u hickory; thence E. 6. 93 ch., to containing tho beginning, 63.97 acres. Purchaser will bo required to execute bond with, approved securRy, bearing six per cent Interest from da.to until paid. G. II. CARY. Master Commissioner McLean Circuit Court. Cor-nlv- o OutuclKhed. "Why do you drink strong Ukker, Moso?" asked tho Judge, who was sorry for, tho prisoner, having known him since boyhood. "Yo' Hnoah," answered the negro, "hit's my wlfo dot drives me to hit. Des ez long ez she wuz only a hundred an' ten pounds I was ez sober as yo' Is, Jedge. But ez soon ez she went over Into de class, an' could handle a flat-iro- n bettor dan me, Uat's when I took up gin, yo' Honah." Case and i coat-of-ar- to-da- gray-whisker- m Tlt-Blt- 'h Children Ory OASTORI A