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TROOPERS CLASH t SLAIN JKartfxrrl DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ItejwMfcim, OF OF ALL THE PEOPLE OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 51 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916, and ladles much spirited guessing followed, as to tho .Identity of tho twenty-nln- o At tho represented. close of tho program delicious raspberry cream and cako wero served. Tho club children present were Misses Leila Glenn, Lucilo Plrtlo, Marlam Holbrook, Mary Austin Carson, Mary Laura Pendleton, Martha Rhodes, Mabel Rhodes, Dcatrlco Griffin, Amelia Plrtle, Flora Rhodes, Alice Louise Woodward, Anna Morton Keown, Emily Pendleton; Masters Louis Oray Brown, Ferdinand Plrtle, Miss Jennto Taylor, Rowling Green; Misses Key and Keener Napier, Beav-e- r Dam; Misses Mary Ellen and Mrs. Moore, Elizabeth town; Hooker Williams and Master Hooker Williams rind Mrs. Morton, city, wero Invited guests. Tho club members present were: Mesdames. Ira nean, H. E. Brown, J. H. B. Carson, T. L. Grlffln, J. S. Glenn, Rowan Holbrook.J. G.' Keown, S. O. Keown, B. W. Napier, E. B. Pendleton, J. R. Plrtle, Wm. Rhodes, E. M. Woodward, Miss Molllo Duncan. With this meeting tho club adjourns for tho summer vacation. Isa-bel- lo CO. II READY FOR WITH MEXICANS score of tenth cavalry NEgroes reported to iiavk been killed. 40 CARRANZISTAS FOREIGN SERVICE SIXTY-FIV- E MEN PREPARED TO MARCH TO THE MEXICAN BORDER. HARTFORD IS DECORATED Plugs Fly From Business Houses-- Mr. Riley Offer U.--o of Hotel. Com-merclnl Americans Give Account of Themselves Enemy Uses Machine Gun. El Paso, Tex., Juno 21. American nml Carranza troops fought a jiloody battle today only a few hours Jitter President Wilson's rcbuka yesterday to Gen. Carranza C,000-wor- d had gone forward to Mexico City. Vlth which side victory rested Is not known. 4 The engagement took place on the Santo Domingo ranch near the Mexican town of Carrlzal which Is nine miles southwest of Villa Ahumada, tho Mexican field headquarters In Northern Chihuahua. The number of dead, American or Mexican, was not definitely known here tonight, but nearly a score of Gen. Pershing's men are said to have been killed and the Mexicans are said to have lost more than two score. Seventeen Americans are declared by Mexican officials to have been captured and to have been hurried to Chihuahua City under adequate guard. A machine gun used by the Mexicans, is reported to have done heavy execution. engaged are The Americans thought to have been members of n troop from tho Tenth Cavalry, a negro regiment, roturnlng from a scouting trip to Ouzman. Tho size of the Mexican force, whoso commander. Gen. Felix Gomez, was killed, Is not known. News Withhold. News of tho battle was received In Juarez early this afternoon by Gen. Krnnclsco Gonzales, Carranza commander of the military zone of tho border, for some reason Gen. Gonzales kept the story secret until late In the afternoon when an American, J. C. Huppel, returning to the border from tho Interior, brought to El Paso tho news that ho had seen numbers of Mexican dead along tho Mexican Central Itallroad tracks at Villa Ahumada, Mnd had been told that there had been an encounter. Gen. Gonzales' first step after confirming tho news was to Issue a state-nu-'placing tho blame on tho AmerHo charged that ican commander. the American troops fired first on tho Mexicans, and that their shots wero directed at a courier who had Just presented to them a request that they nt UNCLE SAM TO BUY 00,000 HORSES AND MULES Orders wero received hero today by Capt. C. E. Hawkins quartermaster of the United States army, to advertise for more than 60,000 horses and mules. Kansas City, June 20. PADUCAU LAWYER LOCKS MANDATE IN SAFE STANLEY'S AUTHORITY TO POINT OFFICERS IS DIS-- v PUTED.. AP- American army officers declared nbsoluto disbelief tonight in Gen. Gonzales' assertions. Tho .opinion was expressed that if tho Americans fired on tho Mexicans they did bo it was necessary In order to insure their own safety. Gen. Trovlno's rccont warning to Gen. Pershing not to send his troops east, south or west of their positions was recalled. rqllre. so t Woman's Club Entertains. Ono of tho most charming entertainments ever given by tho Woman's Club vu8 that of Saturday afternoon when Mesdamvs. J. G. Keown, Howan Holbrook and D. W. Napier, tho program committee, wero hostess nt tho homo of Mrs. Keown. Tho children of tho club members wero Invited guests and furnished tho greater part Largo AMERICAN VESSEL SUNK of tho afternoon's program. BY TORPEDO OR MINK bowls of pink sweot peas niado fragrant tho parlors and dining room London, Juno 20. Tho officers and which wero thrown together thus affording ample spaco for tho largo crow of tho American steamer which went ashore at tho number of guests present. A greeting to tho "club bablos" by Scroby Sands Sunday, following an Mrs. Glonn was followed by musical exterior explosion, reported nt the selections by Miss Lucilo Plrtlo and American consulato today. Thoy that tho steamor sustained Violin Miss Mary Laura Pendleton. solo, Miss Murium Holbrook, Vocal her damago as tho result of an exsolo Miss Mary Austin Carson, read- plosion without, but were unable to ing by Miss Leila Glenn; song, Mas- say whether a miuo or submarlno ter Hooker Williams; reading, Miss was responsible, although marine authorities at Yarmouth had expressed Amelia Plrtlo. of Mrs. Pendleton conducted a pho- the belief from an examination contest, handing to each of portions of metal found In the hull tograph the club members photos of the club of the vessely that a torpedo did the children taken when more babies. damage. Perils and paper were passed and The Seaconnot had on board a carthe ladles asked to write the name ( go of commercial lumber consigned of each child according to numbers , to a. private Arm In London. She on the photographs, As some of the flew the American flag and had flags "babies" are now grown young men painted on each side of the bow, Sea-conn- Paducah, Ky., Juno 20. Governor Sanders E. Stanley has appointed Clay, Hal S. Corbett and George C. Wallace commissioners of Paducah. Previously he had appointed Ernest Lackey mayor. These appointments were to fill vacancies caused by the ouster suit decided last week by tho court of appeals. Lackey succeeded himself, as did Wallace. None of those appointed can take office until the mandate from the state court Is filed. The mandate has arrived, but John K. Hendrick, counsel for tho plaintiffs In tho ouster suit, placed it In his safe, saying It would not bo filed at this time. Why ho Is holding up tho document was not stated. No yacancy can exist until tho mandate Is filed. Tho only change In the appointments announced was Hal S. Corbett Instead of S. H. Wlnstead. The only officials In ofllco the governor appointed wero Lacey and Wallace. When' tho mandate Is placed to record Attorney Hendrlck's Is expected to have an Injunction ready to restrain Gov. Stanley's appointees from assuming office, as ho contends the governor had no power to mako tho appointments. Attorney Hendrick says this power rests with Commissioner L. A. Washington, who wub not connected But with tho ouster proceedings. Commissioner Washington is not certain of his power. Gov. Stanley is said to have the opinions of Attorney General Logan and a number of prominent attorneys of Frankfort and was satisfied that ho had tho may powor. Tho uestlon go to tho court of appeals for a decision, which could not bo had Septombor, as the membors of tho court aro taking tholr summer vacation. bo-fo- re Company II, of the Kentucky National Guard, has answered the call to arms for service on the Mexican border In a most patriotic spirmen have reported for it. Sixty-fiv- e duty and many recruits are expected to enlist Captain DeWeese arrived from Louisville Tuesday to take command of the company. He Is assisted by Lieut. Shown and First Sergeant Llles. Capt. DeWeese, altho suffering somewhat from a sprain, expressed enthusiasm for active service and expects the famous old H company to give a splendid account of Itself on the border, If given an opportunity. Few of the old originals of tho company remain In the service but the men who have enlisted since Its organization nearly ten years ago are husky looking fellows and will surely keep up the rep of the organization. Few are expected to fail on tho physical examination. The boys are camping in the Commercial Hotel building and practically all of them seem to be In high spirits. In fact, many are Jubllent over the possibility of some real live service and only one or two seem to have their mind on the fair one back at home. These are expected io be converted into optimistic troopers when told of the beauty of tho Mexican senorlta. Hartford Decorated. The little city has entered into the military spirit and the soldiers of company H are encouraged by the stars and stripes waving merrily at tho command of the gentle breezes every business from practically houso In town. Mr. J. C. Riley, owner of the Commercial Hotel building, is furnishing sleeping quarters for the boys In tho hotel, In return for which he asks nothing. Such displays of patriotism certainly demands admiration and will go far toward brightening old Hartford's spot on the map. The company is expecting orders to move tho concentration camp, probably to Ft. Thomas, within tho next few days. Recruits aro invited to enlist during tho interval. to-da- y. DETAINED GERMAN ON MEXICAN BORDER CHARGE MADE AGAINST BANK-EOF VIOLATING AMERICAN NEUTRALITY. El Paso, Tex., Juno 20. Frederick ariose, a German banker of Mexico City, was under detention by agents of tho Department of Justice hero today, charged with violation of tho United States neutrality laws. Grleso was prevented last night from crossing Into Mexico. Agents of tho Department of Justice nro maintaining secrecy regarding tho exact allegations against Grlese, ponding Investigation. It Is said, however, that his detention Is an outcome of various reports regarding the. spreading of propaganda Ho in Mexico. spent last night In Jail, but was released today. Meantime Washington has been notified. anti-Americ- Marriage License. The following marrlago license since last report: J. W. Cox, Beaver Dam, to Anna M. Simpson, Horton. A. T. McConnell, Beaver Dam, (o Nancy J. Thenls, Beaver Dam. For Sale One Jersey cow 6 years old giving about 4 gallons of milk a day. For particulars call on JAMES W. BEAR, 5U4 Hartford, Ky. ed ors under President Wilson's call are still held up at the War Department STATE TO SEEK pending completion of the mobilization of the troops at State camps. TO AID IN PEACE Just as soon as a sufficient numCHANGE OF VENUE ber of the guardsmen have been mustered into the federal service the War Department will act on Gen. Funs-ton- 's ENTENTE POWERS THINK MEXI-- f serves notice report of yesterday, stating tho com'th. CO BEING STIRRED BY of intended number of. units he desired and to GERMANY. motion; what points- he desired them forwarded. Only preliminary reports on the URGE MEXICO TO PEACE progress of tho mobilization in va- JUSTICE DEMANDS IT rious States had reached the War Department today. These were viewed as satisfactory. I'rcssuro Being BrouRlit oh Carranza Secretary Baker said tho sugges- Says Attorney C. E. Smith, Who Will to Prevent Open Hostilities With Ask For The Order on July tion that the senior class at West Tho United States. Third. Point Military Academy bo graduated Immediately for active service was under consideration, but that no deMexico City, June 21. The Amer- cision had been reached. Notices are now In the bands of The caican note has been received here. dets have completed three years of Sheriff S. O. Keown and his deputies their work and could be commission for service on all parties Indicted" Washington, June 21. Strong ed as second lieutenants immediately county, for alleged "possum pressure- - is being brought to bear It the emergency warrants such steps. hunting," who havo been brought beupon Gen. Carranza by representaThe department had no additional fore the court by proper process, notives of European powers to prevent ' advices from Gen. Funston regarding tifying them that Commonwealth' him from forcing a break with the tho movements of Carranza troops Attorney, C. E. Smith, will make States. United Indirect reports near the border or In the .vicinity motlon on the first day of the regular reaching the State Department today of Gen. Pershing's column In Mex- July, 1916, term of the Ohio Circuit told of these efforts and said there ico. Court to transfer all of said cases to was a possibility they would be sucGreat interest was expressed in some other county for trial. A cessful. the probable course to be followed large number of people havo main--talnAgents of the entente allies are un- In case Mexicans attack the American from the beginning of prose derstood to be active for peace.chlef-l- y column. It was regarded as proba- cutlons of "night riders" and "pos-su- m because they believe German In- ble that a general rapid advance hunters" that a fair trial could fluence has sought to Inflame the would be ordered from the border not be had in this county. This conthe to a line perhaps 100 or more miles tention has been fortified by the reMexican 'government against United Stattes with a view of pre- south of the border. This line then sult of trials had at former terms oC venting this country from gathering would be fortified and held until vol- court. The fact is that only four In trade formerly controlled by Ger- unteer reinforcements become avail- trials have been had which resulted. many in Mexico, South and Central able. Thus fighting would be thrown In the acquittal of three of those America. Into the enemy's territory and the tried and the conviction, of only one'. It is pointed out that Carranza border protected against further ban- This step on the part of the Commonmight avoid war by calling for an dit attacks by thorough policing of wealth's Attorney has been taken at commission to discuss the country behind the main line. the urgent request of a vast number the border situation, as provided for a of people who have urged vigorous The Mexican embassy issued in tho treaty of 1848. So far, how- statement today, saying dispatches prosecution of the most guilty of ever, no suggestion for such a step from Mexico City told of several those engaged In "possum hunter" has come from Mexico. American .citizens, large property depredation. May Be Trying to Duck. Notices, are likewise In the hands holders. Informing the Governor TaA definite statement has been re- basco that they would remain in Mex- of Sheriff Keown and his deputies for ceived that General Carranza Is do- ico, even though the United States all of those sued la the five civil ac. ing all fri- - hia power at this time to should declare war. According to tlons brought in the Ohio Circuit protect Americans In Mexico from at- the statement full protection was Court, that the venue of said actions tack by the populace. He Is said to promised them. be changed from Ohio county for trihave given Special Agent Rodgers In al. This latter motion will effect Mexico City all the aid In his power quite a large number of parties who In arranging for trains to carry SHOOTING SCRAPE ON are defendants In one or more of the American refugees from tho Interior civil actions now pending in the Ohio to Vera Cruz. In some quarters STREETS OF HARTFORD Circuit Court. is plaintiff in one off hero this was construed as evidence C. W. Barnes that he Is not bent upon provoking such actions to which there are 35 hostilities. defendants, Pen Maddox, administraThe State Department had no ad- DICK STEWART SHOOTS ANDY tor of Harrison Maddox, deceased, Is". vices bearing out these hopeful IndiALFORD FOUR BALLS TAKE the plaintiff in another of such accations, except that from Special EFFECT. tions in which there aro 19 defendAgent Rodgers announcing the progants, J. M. Igleheart, C. L. Brown and ress of his efforts to get American Tom Heflln are each plaintiffs in oth- citizens out. With the full consent being a fatal er separate actions wherein there are What came near of the Carranza authorities, he said, shooting affray took place in Hart- 22 defendants, being the same parand the promise of adequate protecTuesday evening, when ties in each action. Should Judge tion from possible bandit attacks, he ford late of tho moin an altercation of some sort, the Slack on consideration had aranged for a special train to we tions change the venue there Is no cause and particulars of which leave Mexico City tomorrow carrying could not learn. Mr. Alford was way of Judging or ascertaining to Americans to Vera Cruz. shot thru both arms and once in the what county said cases will be .transSafe Conduct Promised. shoulder, the latter shot enter- ferred. Should a transfer be made Mr. Rodgers added that he and his right the docket of the Ohio Circuit Court diplomatic associates in tho Mexi- ing at about the point of shoulder would be clear of all prosecutions blade, coming out at top of the shoulcan capital had been given every asgrowing out of "possum hunter" surance of safe conduct and protec- der and ranging on the outer side of in Ohio county. shoulder blade. Physicians state tion on their trip to tho coast, If It wound Is tho became necessary for them to leave. that the most serious In or near the elbow where ono Tho corps 6t American newspaper one This SQUADRON OF AEROS correspondents thoro has decided to of tho bones were broken. would have undoubtedly been a fatal remain with Mr. Rodgers until such shooting had it not been for the fact FOR ARMY IN MEXICO time as he may find it necessary to that Just as Stewart commenced to leavo. Glenn unconsciously A dispatch from Mr. Rodgers to- shoot, John walked between Stewart and Alford AERO CLUB OF AMERICA PLACES day said ono special car carrying was not able to get from beOFFICERS AT UNCLE SAM'S about thirty Americans, mostly wom- and tween them for a few moments, durDISPOSAL. en and children, had already loft ing which time Stowart was shooting Mexico City for Vera Cruz. around Glenn. While tho A number of dispatches were re-- , over and necessarily very painful officers and wounds aro from consular celved Mr. Alford is not thought to be In Now York. June .20. The aero They agents throughout Mexico. except some unforeseen club of America telegraphed to Sec agreed that the tension everywhere any danger, sur- retary of War Baker that tho Nation was keyed to a high pitch, but that trouble should arise. Stewart to Sheriff S. O. Keown.al guard officers who havo been no disturbances to Americans had oc- rendered training In tho East for servlco as curred. army aviators be organized as an PAINFULLY INJURED HY Expect Wnr. Thirty men have AUTO AT SAN FRANCISCO aeroplane suadron. Washington today anxiously awaitbeen undergoing training, but with word from Mexico City regarding ed Capt. W. E. Bennett of tho U, S. tho call for mobilization havo been General Caranza's attitude toward original duties American note sent him yester- Army, 8th Infantry, who has been In ordered back to their tho hospital for almost a year at San with their regiments. Tho New York quesday, for on him doponded tho very men, now Included In the list havo tion of war betwoon the two repub- Francisco. Cal., happened to a painful, tho not serious accident four aeroplanes and 12 of tho men lics. High officials hero admitted havo progressed sufficiently to havo privately they look for war, although Juno 14. was crossing a license as expert aviators. It was Capt, Bennett any formal care was taken to avoid tho United, States expressions or acts which might ap streot when in somo mysterious man- stated today that aeroof ner an automobile, from which tho army has taken over tho battle pear forerunners of a declaration alighted to deliver a plane presented by the Aero club to chauffeur had war. Mexican National guard and The only answer required from parcel, suddenly started. Capt. Ben the New In the path of, as the government could not accept Gen. Carranza is action suppressing nett happened to be toIt as a gift, tho club has offered to outlaw treatment of Americans, and the wild auto, having his bacK ran over him, sell it to the government for $10,006. 'officials feared against hope that this ward the car, which . dislocating one of his hips and otherwould be done. For Httle. up. of the note wise bruising htm Unofficial versions 51 acres of farming land for sale. Capt. Bennett had almost fully republished in Mexico probably were L. C. BROWN, and the official text may covered from sun stroke received in Apply to City McIIenry, Ky. the Philippines about ono year ago, hands. already be in Carranza's Special Deputy Banking Com? the more. Marching orders for national guard which makes this accident 7 47tl mUttoaer. ,.f! , organizations summoned to the col regrettable. FOREIGN POWERS atty. court o eil ns to-d- Republican Platform Adopted T"Mil of the action token Ir. 1SC1 tlio Republican for'tho union. As It stood for cr I'll I. b" the President nn ! tiling tho union of states It now stands for res-- to secure with Ilussli, n with a united people true to American ".Dior cmintr'es, a treaty t .1 vll nbsolutc uf c: Ideals, loyal to American traditions, ' re ngule t , knowing no allegiance except to the patrlatlon and prevent nil at Chicago. prise and stifflo prosperity. The Republican party believes in and will seek to ndvanco all American in- adult peoplo of this country, favors tho extension of tho suffrngo to women but recognizes the right of each state to settle this question for Itself. "Such are our principles, such aro our purposes and policies. Wo close as wo began . Tho times aro dangerous and the future is fraught with peril. Tho great issues of tho day have been confused by words nnd phrases. Tho American spirit, which made the country nnd saved tho union, has been forgotten by those charged with tho responsibility of power. Wo appeal to all Americans whother naturatlzed or nattvo born, to provo to tho world that we aro Americans in thought and deed with ono loyallty, one hope, one aspiration. Wo call on all Americans to bo true to the spirit at America, to the great traditions of their common country, and above alt things, to kep the faith." "In party-stoo- K;v4k2cv i Children Cry for Fletcher's s Iliirnt Credits. "We favor an effective system of to the government nnd !t":i of wbatenr kind betw.ji A:u'.,'l rural credits as opposed to the Into the flag of tlio United States. Wo rati citizens whether native tern or effective law proposed by tho present of mo, rtlklnn Democratic Congress. believe in American policies at homo " ln nnil Itural Free Delivery. cr previous allegiance. rinew and abroad. "We favor tho extension of tho tin I'lcUc t" observe th.'s prtnclt.lt Protection to American Rights. n "Wo declare that wo bollevo In nnd and to u.aintuln tho right of asylum rural freo delivery system and i the Democratic administration protection of every whli ,1 Is ulllier to be will enforce tho ,estrl".ea and wo tin '( in tho for curtailing and crippling it. American citizen In all tho rights seMerchant Marine. hope that the war vl.lt h cured to him by tho constitution, "In tho view of the policies adopted treaties and the laws of nations, at Is now desolating the world may homo and abroad, by land and sea. speedily end with a complete and by all the maritime nations to enThese rights which violation of tho lasting restoration of brotherhood courage the shipping interests and In specific promlso of their party made among the nations of the earth and order to enable us to compete with at Daltlmoro In 1912, the Democratic tho assurance of all equal rights, them for tho ocean carrying trade, Doom Sloan's Liniment Hclf fiirctima-tlsm- ? president and the Domocratic Cong- civil and religious, to nil men in we favor tlio payment to ships engaged In the foreign trade of liberal ress have failed to defend, we will every land. Ask til man who uses H, ho compensation for servic nctually Protection of the Country. unflinchingly maintain. knows. "To think I suffered all these In carrying tho mails and "In order to maintain our peoplo rendered Foreign Relations. yoars when ono 25 cent bottle of 'Wo desire, the peace of Justice and make certain tho security of our such further legislation as will build Slofr's Linltflent cured me," writes up an edeqate American lOwchant and right and believe In maintaining people within our own borders tho one grateful user. If you hare a straight and honest neutrality be- - country must have not only adequate marino and gfo up ships whicb may Rheusiatlsm or suffer trOit Neuralrequcstlontrvl by tho governGwnt tween the belligerents in tho great but thorough and complete national bo gia, Bttskache, Soreness tfrtrf Stiffwar In Europe. Wo must perform defense, ready for any emergency, in time of nntioftUl emergency. utterly opposed to tff ness, dart put ot getting a Settle of "Wo are all our duties and Insist on our rights We must have sufficient and effective .1, government ownership of vessels as' Sloan's. It will give you such wel come rctfff! It Ttfarnis and rfidthes favor. We believe that peace and ample reserve, already drilled and proposed by the DeiWocratlc party be- (he sore, sti'fP palnfal places ami- - you neutrality as well as the dignity and disciplined, who can be called at once cause government owned ships while so mutii better. Buy It nit u'ny influence of the United States cannot to tho colors, when the hour of dang- effectively preventing the develope-me- Djn.tg Store, eilly 25 (rents. 1 of the American AWrchnnt mnr-in- e bo preserved by shifty making, by er comes. by private capital be entirely KBMTKV TftllACCO TO "We must have a navy so strong performances in language or by attinnd so well proportioned and equipp- unable to provldo for thtf vast volum tude ever changing In an effort to GO TttttfllKXCII SOM)IKtf$ ed so thoroughly ready nnd prepared of American freights ami will leave groups of voters. helpless than e"sr In the "The present administration has that no country can gain command us LoufeVitle, Sj.'.'. Juec IS. The effect a lauding in force grip at foreign syndicate. destroyed our Influence ahroad and of the-seFrench Governn'orit ha Just closed humiliated us In our own eyes. The ! on either our western or our eastern Transportation. a contract for the purchase thru Republican party believes that a firm coast. To secure these results we I.ouf-flMlln fiffms of "Intr-3tatand Intrastate' trans foreign must have a coherent ami continuous portation! &ave become so interwoven consistent and courageous pounds st Kentucky to policy, always maintained In ac- policy of national defense, which that the attempt to apply two and bacco, f latest Is cordance with American traditions, even in these perilous clays the Demo- often sevtsal set of laws to Me cum- sue of the- Journal of Commerce. Is the best, as It Is the only true way cratic party has utterly failed to ulation han produced conflicts of au that the toIt Is the dndersta-illlhto preserve our peace and restore us develop, but which we promts to give thority, embarrassment In opcmtlan. bacco Is bt'ljg acquirM: for distributo our rightful place among tho na- -, to the country and in cocTOnience and expends to tion among oldiers liPthe field dall The Republican ;arty strafe now the public tions. We believe in the pacific setfa EuropeacA war. Hie Loalsvllle tlement of International disputes and as always In the fullest sense for the te33 awardflHhe co.it fact are E. J "The enStttJ trasssportation to the of the counJryhas Uecoine essentially O'Brien & Cc?,.G.' O. Tfftk'.if Co., and favor the establishment of a world policy of tariff protection American industries nnd American national. court for that purpose. We;, t'hewfore, favor aitclii T. D. WllllartJC'&Co. labor does not an antidumping pro- action by lesfirthttoa, or if necessity; TTifs is uiitoubtedl.w one z Mexico. the "We deeply sympathize with the vision as an adequate substitute. through an atifioiulimat to the coiiul-- - Tanjsst Ingle orders ft?r tobacco iu 15,000,000 people of Mexico who for Such protection should be reasonable tution of the United! States that tlli RiMilfn-kin saioetlm carol' titaf It three years have seen their country In amount bJt sufficient to eowt. result In plowing; it under exclusive wIU bf ot beti'jfit to RroweM and arwf Federal contrail Amer ."an in.li.ttr fTintavfal Instlttifons In sit tuns ;Ktrts devastated their homes destroyed, their fellow citizens murdered and American labor a.o; be so niij'itfeil Kconomy nraU w Xartfrmal IludKeC 'off tl State Is 'Avlbus. TTie.' Xxrrert their women outraged, by armed m to prerent iini sc eanoili - by Kn- "The Increasing; cos of the natlosA- - traicmctlon in trulstorw-oi.'i1iv- r monopolies or :xii-i.:- . It hands of desperadoes led by al government and tb need for thfe' tuelty ccibacco lirSnstry was i:omi.n- . la! attentiuu. va greatest economy:- of. iUs resources tsz piatvsil six or senvnsyearsao"' ten conscienceless agitators, moreover, giw who, when temporarily successful, "ecuring the ln.lvstr.nl Independence order to meet tlta grawfng demaruti- - ;liiwHJafcy Tobaaro' Socly sord out have neither sought nor been able to of the United States as In the ra& of the people furrgavoewnent service; ia- 2JK5 nnd lXV7"pootirtanrsf ot restore order or establish and main- of dyestnffs, call for the sovurest condemnation oil JJurl'TO sccurauI.AM dutiie' Ose to-- . tain peace. "Through wire tariff and industrial tho wasteful uaanpriarians of thlis IfaeotPxr. to thecAiuorleue Tbtaccq - "We express our horror and Indig- legislation our Industries can be sa Democratic administration, of . Gconptmy. nation at the outrages which have organized that they will become rwc .shameless raids on ttlc treasury and' Huve laCCIiVUKaB" Ow. tieen and are being perpetrated by only a commercial bulwork, but fftoC Its opposition- - ttrani rejection vtt' 1K1 I,bam tet 'our z(Al1 hanson. rack repeated pro- theso bandits upon American women powerful aid to national defense. President's TatfS off posals and earn.ist' efRirts to securm v'T",r vtem and becouut chronic who were or are In Mexico by Invita"The Uafarwcd tariff act Is l laws and of the govern- complete failure In. every respect., economy and emciencyr through the. ,"wh'U2t Dfc- - Be,1's RacTfirvrHmtty tion of the Wcll"3n,t- It healUthb. lcSaram.Uon, ImnnrM; taMfshmnnt rtfr'a- Rtw!t Inislnnas- -l ment of that country and whose Tlcdpr ltR mUnlnrfratt rights to security of person and have enormously increased In spfcw ate budget sstrsi tto which wen aooilltw; itte cougiBiand'IiosHms tho property are guaranteed by solemn of Hie fact tfiat the-- Intercourse wt;.Wi pledge our support nmJ which we lijflhssm. Tou breaahe easier aft once. laxa-tlt- s for."rfgn couitrles has been largtijr oolu to be ncieBsarjT co enect ansj pt: BtalTs treaty obligations. "Iitr Svtud. tilsininesttttr bilsam - by reason. C the war whSS'j real reform In c5: "We denounce tho Indefensible cur oftI JKeallc tfh? raw spcif lOowire. Rie mu- such dtra national financiai methods of Interference employed revenues of which of the coum ami i Cciuervnrihm. by this administration in the internal need' havB lien croailr reducfcilk . r "We believe In a cardful h'usbandrJ broiia3ciI tubes. Jfist ifeU it bottle masmal conditions whlclt .Mexico and with Und"-- r refer ha affairs of of- Dte. Bell's PlriTrfHJauiy toibiy, shame to its failure to discharge the prevailed prior to tie war, It waso qC all the nartarnll rrsmrces of thil . At drng- to duty of this country as next friend to clearly demonstrated that this act i?d- - nation a husbandry which mear.a uwjd Brtns. Mexico, In permitting tho continu- prlved tha Amerlcam producer and. developement wtrthamt vaste: ance of such conditions, first by fail- the American wage earrar of that wlliout abuse. Itackw-Kftt-f iAjmsn. Civil Hdrviftt Keform. ure to act promptly and firmly, and protctlflu. wtica cnlttlei them to year and) Ite waa Easter TTho civil service' Ihw has alwaxri second by leading its influence to the meet their foreign. nmpctUors eoili tttoj ywtas thing; .when Hail been re pactycontinuation of such conditions but for th adventitious conditions sustained b the Itapnblican colving- - long bua soiaihat unsatlv- through recognition of one of tho created by th war. ivuuld long slara aa.il we rencwvourrrqjiMted decln.T fftuanry Tlslts atoti Ube very shy tion that iUrthbirbc&oroughly za&: ypenK tsan, doctlMltfiSir might takv? factions responsible for theso out- paralyzed all forms ot American rages. and deprived American labor.-o- honestly enforced; a.nd cxtendsdj n eltance. Roliurt' huiS brought wnerever prnctlcablU'. Tho Doawv its Just rewards. f "We pledge our aid In restoring EastjprlllJ'i'LIfe relates d lias, nest ui the least reduced!tllQ' ccatlc since Mto.eh' maintaining peace In Mex"It order and 'Ttt eivo youankltssfor that offioas cutsldo of tho ico, whereever they may be found, cost of living which has constaatljf-ndvance- i, 191G n&ui promised, ttlesllitreCy. tI1 8erv!aola.w.aiidJ0L annual cofc:of from the date of Its ecct protection In adequate and absolute The cscdiigo- - was.- - 'tely, not ten say meat. The-- welfare ot our peopJ"s:d- - ? 44,000,000 to th taxpayers cMhe fciphy made . nutatt startedj tholr lives, liberty and property. mands Its repeal and tho substtsutiomll i3untry. Monroe Doctrine. towar t tliQ'Ciuor "Wo condemn t?tl gross abu&&anill " "We reaffirm our approval of the of a measure which In place aa well "Why, hr0ar.eiitu golngr ask-(ttho mlsuHUjQf.'tlbeliiv by the iirsent Monroe doctorlne nnd declaro its as In war will produco ample his girl iiasurpir&e. and admtnlstration maintenance to be a policy of this tlon to all forms ot American lUrrodJK-tlo- Domocntlc "To the dfiriRtffe tor morcll'ies'" tn rnluo, forest, field and factory. pledge iJurolvrt- to a reorganUutlam he replied. country essential to its present "Wo favor tho creation ot n tarttt of this jorvico. nioai lines of oJUclon--c-- .... achievement of Its manifest destiny. and econoiujf. commission with complete power to Howe) C'oiifcjJUhits in Xjudtn. Latin America. 'reirftorbil OHIclnl.s . In a Icxitunq- t ono of the Des "We favor the continuance of Re- gather and compile lnform.Ulon. for "naattlrmtei? tho attltudo- - loos: Moines, tnia, huTchcs a missionary will result In tho use of congress In all mutters republican policies, which malrxalnod Bivtho Itepubl'n- parsy, from Ind.'fr- toM of going into the indrawing more closely thocommerclal lating to the tariff. we hold thjt ofllclals npiontel to terior ot ftidfit, whero tu was tnkcii, lluslncss. between financial and social relation "The Ttepubllcan party nas long administer tho government of dny sick, tVvti ho had a botclo ot this country and the countries of behoved In tho rigid supervision and teillprx aJbiuld bo bonaflilnreiiKa'a Cholera-- , and Dlrrhea Latin America. strict regulation of th.t transporta- of tho territory In which their dalles Remedy wth him nnrij bolleved that Philippines. It saved' his llfo. ThU, remedy la used "Wo renew our allegiance to the tion and great corporations of tho atsn. to bfe performed. . Labor Ij-..country. It has pub Its, creed Into succutttftilty in Indb- both as a prePhilippine policy, Inaugurated by 'We pledge tho Republican party vcuyy.o and cure far cholera. You approved by congress aud Its deeds and all really effective laws and tho to. th faithful cnfjr.cuiHQKt ot all maj know from tils that it tu. be consistently carried out by noose- regulating tho railroads v uuurai m i.ussua ior iub pruici;. tl!)mded upon tojr tho mildoe- - forms velt and Taft. Even in this short great Industrial corporations as of labor. WV favor vocatlrnal bowel complaint that occur In this time It has enormously Improved tho works of Itepuhllcan Congresses aurl tlon rigid vuttury. Obtaltsablo everywhere, m material and social conditions of tho Presidents. For tula policy of resu- - od.wM.Uon: tho oauctmeut and tho Domocxats eutorcomont of Federal child labor islands civeu tho Phlllpplno peoplo latlon wax- - an. Uw; tho enactoient of a gonerou inronBinir nnrttcinatlon in n stumbltnir. niece-mereniinte Architecture. "My wife has planned a gem ot a tho govern-i- n and comproheoalvo workmen's com In tholr government uiid If persisted undertaktnsr to Involvo be, pensatlon law, wlthlu the commetv place." will bring still greater bencflts in inont in business In which should, "What' her idea?" leu wiinin 1110 Biuicica ui I'uuuu ! power of Congress, and nn accident flin future government employers. Wo favor the Ight-roo"An house with 132 "Wo accepted tho responsibility ot enterprise- and in direct competition collection and collation under the dt closets.' Ex. tho islands as c duty to ourselves and with Ita own citizens, a policy which m of the department ot labor ot the Fll'pl'w peoplo. To leave with Is sure to result in wnete, groat ex rectlou Forethought. compute data relating to industrial our task half dono would break our penso to tho tax payer nd la nn in People aro learning that a little hazards for the Information ot Cong-replutlges. in.'ure our prestlgo amoir forlor product. be adopted as may bo calculated forethought often saves them big Republican party firmly be Tho nntlons aid Imperial w'wt 1'as conservation. expense. Here Is an Istance: E. W. lieves that all who violate tho laws to secure tho safety, read) been accomplished. should bo .and protection of labors "from" (no Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: "I In regulation ot business .ic "Wo c (mn tho dangers incident to industry and do not believe that our family has for Its atteci i'. to uban-Jo- n Individually punished. been without Chamberlain's Cn'to. is very different transportation, But prosecution the PhlHpplnes whlc'a mos treCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since Suffrage. only i.jr tho vigor ius opposl from persecution aud business success vented "The Republican party reaffirming we commenced keeping house years honestly attained, la ilou of the Republican n'i:uei3 ri uo matter how apparently regarded by the Democ- - its faith in government ot the people ago. When we go on an eiteuded n'ifd by a few Dcnioora'ts. "itc party as In itself a crime. Such J by the peoplo, for the people as a visit we take it with UB." Obtainable m unqu lined ap doctorlnoa and belief choke enter- - mcasuro ot Justice, to pne bait tue everywhere, "Wv rvHerute our dlscrlmlna-constitutioncon-domsai'i-cndcro- riu terests. :vwwwJCCSNVSCCSCN ir Tlio Kind You Ilnvo Always Bonght, mid which liabccft iu so lor over o years, jins botuo tlio slKtmtTOo of and hns been modo under hU jcr s-y-tf onnl supcrvlsitm alnco its infancy, etccAtM, Allow no ono to deceive yon In ifils. All Counterfeit!), Imitations nnd " " nro Tine Experiments that trlflo with nnd endnnprer tho health fj Infants and Children Experience ngnliMt Experiment Z vtVvr5vj Just-aw-go- od Cnstorla Is harmless OU, Pnro' gorlc, Drops nnd Soothing Scraps. It Is pfeasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor othctr Xnrcotto substance, iw npo Is Its gnnrnatco. It destroy AVorms nnd allays FcrcrUhncss Tor moro than thirty years it lias been in constant u. 3 for tin relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Coll , nil Teething- Troubles nnd Diarrhoea. 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This sums up tho power of. the type of battle cruiser to be added to Uncle Sam's navy when tho congressional program Is carried out. ffhoro will bo flvo or moro of them. Tho United States Is tho only big naval Power today that docs not possess ono of theso swift sea monsters. For soveral years this country has hesitated, still wedded to tho battleship and tho drcadnaught. Meantime, England Germany and Japan havo built fleets of theso now naval terrors and America has been left far behind. Now, however, wo aro going to make up for lost tlmo. Tho five ships already authorized by Congress will outstcam and probably outshoot anything now afloat. Cost $20,000,000 Each. They will be six knots an hour raster than anything of their class in either the British or German navies and twenty per cent larger than any first-clas- s fighting craft known to havo been projected up to the opening of the European war. Tho new American battle cruisers will cost more than 120,000,000 each, have a speed of thlrty-flv- c nautical miles an hour, a displacement of 32,000 tons and an arament rifles. or eight of ten America's coast defense problem This Is llko that of no other nation. Is tho only largo naval power having coasts on two oceans. Experts have declared the battle cruiser, with Its speed and wide cruising radius, is the Weal means of keeping an enemy from our shores. hours these cruis In twenty-fou- r ers could bo almost 1,000 miles off hours thoy our coast. In forty-eigcould reach tho Panama Canal. Germany Catches EiikIhikL These figures are approximate, as only practical tests can give definite idea of the efficiency of such ships, however, it is easy to see that they could come to grips with an enemy long before tho enemy got within striking distance of our shores. Battle cruisers also solve the problem of catching up with our proper place among the navies of tho world. When Great Brltian began to build such ships Germany was quick to follow her and build them almost as fast. Germany matched Great Brltlan's ten hattlo cruisers Just before the war with nine of her own. This country's flvo battle cruisers will bo matched against Japan's four, but will be moro powerful than any possessed by tho Island empire. Light Armor Only Weakness. Tho battle cruiser's, one weakness light armor. is its comparatively Naturally, weight must bo sacrificed for speed, and the protective sheathing has to bo reduced. In battlo, however, tho dread-naughangs on llko a bulldog, but tho battlo cruiser's game Is to strike swiftly and mako a getaway like a savago wolfhound. It can inflict punishment upon a heavier ship and dash out of range in tlmo to savu itself. At least this Is the theory upon which Its friends base their arguments. When tho battlo cruiser Is outmatched and decides to savo Itself, no battleship or dreadnaught can catch it. Nothing can troublo It but another cruiser of the same speed and gun powdor. 14-In16-Inht ht Come In and See What Big I Hi4b Glotlimo: Co. HARTFORD, KY. IGQG9SV&S$$SG&GS$$ Farmers Can i z j (Copyright) JBLUE LIGHT TO PREVENT ATTACH ZKPKMNKS CM USB ITALIAN CITY TO MB CONVKKTKI) INTO .MOIHCH.V IMIIlYluVND. MILAN HIDDEN BY COLOR Story of Organization of Citizens' Guard to Watch for Air Sqiludrnn. X Tho City of Milan la now blue by nlgkt and ntrangcrs are constantly arriving to witness tho fairy transformation which tho danger of aerial attack on tho capital of Lonibardy has brought about. Bine, It was observed as a result of a serlsw of long oxperlmonts, Is a color which Is least easily discernible from a considerable dlstanco In tho nlr. It had become urgent to dud somo remedy for the illumination dltUculty from which Milan was in an especial manner a sufferer. The ordinary light in that busy and proscerousclty ' noon after the "war began had been out down to tho irreducible minimum for tho purpose of Illuminating tho streets, and business establishments as well as private houses wero under n strict control in tho matter of light. Then Micro was organized In Milan the Aerial League, a, volunteer tintlonal air scouts, and tho troubles of the populaco becamo really serious These scouts wero posted on top of Incomparable Mio Diiomo, a Milan's cathedral, and on top of the old tow-fc- rs In and around tho city. Bight or wrong they began to glvo warnings of tho suspected approach of enemy air machines, and at each warning the bells were rung throughout tho city and tho blow of tholr strciis and claugod tholr gongs and at u signal given by this bedlam riolso nil lights wero hurriedly extinguished, for a HToator or a"slrortcr period, until tho reassuring message was scut out that the suspected enemy was no longer within hearing. Tho citizens gradually came to be- llevo that each of theso warnings was Invariably a false alarm, and while somo of them discussed the matter with philosophic calm, others ragod internally and occasionally vonted their spleen In imprecations against tho league of air scouts, a purely volunteer body without backing of any kind and without recognition, at least at tho beginning, by the guests, tho premier and other mem bers of tho French government. Tho air scouts whose patriotic ard or had not been dampened and whose patlsnco had not been shaken by tho long period of abuso to which they had boen subjected, wero sweeping tho dim sky with telescopes and listening with delicato audlpbonea at their ears,. when tho Australian air squadron swept into their ken, and within a few seconds they had given the alarm, the bolls were ringing, the tiro gongs were clanging, tho sirens were screeching and the Italian aviators were climbing up into tho air to meet the foe. The service on that occasion was of an Inestlmablo kind and the good citizens of Milan took back all tho harsh things said about the air scouts and the military authorities abandoned their attitude of cold Indifference to them and covered them with the most flattering attentions. Now those young men voluntarily enrolled from all classes of society students, salesmen, mechanics, wealthy and poor feel that they have boen transformed into a sort of military body and they are proud to wear a distinguishing mark on their sleevo and consider It a badge of honor. StroiiKC Shadow Effects. With tho recognition which has to the air scouts and the admission that their alarms and the putting out of lights wero entirely justified, the question of finding some kind of Illumination which could be continued, oven undor tho most Impelling need for obscurity for military reasons, led to tho experimenting with blue lights. It was quickly scon that these formed a satisfactory solution of the problem, and now Milan at night shows no other than hluo colors. Tho general resulting effect Is of tho most fascinating kind. Sightseers nro recalling that Mark Twain In a serious moment painted a word picture of the Duomo in tho blue moonlight, which has not only impressed all who have read it, but has been tho motive for many thousands of tourists seeking a view of the wonderful marble edifice, with its towers and pinnacles and myrald of statues by tho light of tho full moon, and they affirm that a new aspect of tho cathedral is now shown which is worthy of being commemorated in becn-acorde- military authorities. Tho Air League Tho lcaguo came to bo tho best hated collection of young men in Milan, and it probably was fortunate that its members in the early days woro no Uniform or distinguishing marks of any kind, for If they bad boen recognized Micro Is no knowing what violent measures tho great body of tho citizens would have taken against Mcm for tho endless alarms, the interruption of business, the stoppage of tralllo and tho general confusion for which they wero bollevod to be responsible. A day came, however, when tho Tho lcaguo wub fully vindicated. Jffloray finally arrived lh air machines ready to wreck havoo on tho great city, and, worst of all, anxious to do damage, to Italy's most cherished In tho small towns along tbo east coast of Italy, whero tho Austrian raiders have killed noncombatants and damaged precious monuments, blue lights, also have been installed and tho city of Bologna and Florence and to somo extent Romo Itself bavo taken a certain mcasuro of similar precautions. To fully apprcclato tho artistic effects of tho blue lighting, tho City of Milan has to bo seen from above and from bolow. In tho stroote Mvo paas-erbare for a time all disconcerted Surprises by tho new illumination. are frequent, pedestrians collide with objects and with ouo anothor, sharp exclamations aro heard, frequently followed by an outburst of laughter. Tho bluo light makes strange shadows and tho pencils of rays which come from tho shops and stores stand literature ys as In tho old days, when Milan appeared to the traveler approaching from the Alps like a great white torch burning in tho Lombardy plains, and when a closer view showed the white light districts, tho Corso yittorio Eman-uel- o and minor stroots converging In tho Paaza dol Duomo, as an excellent counterpart of thoga of Paris or Now oven York. Tho Milan Corrlero wonders if tho citizens will bo willing to go back to tho old garnish white lights. The penumbra effect of the present arc light is reposeful and artistic. It makes the stars more beautiful and It casts over tho many canals and bontwaya of Mllana glamor which makes them reminiscent of tho waterways of Venice. Viewed from above, from tho vantage points of the air scouts, tho bluo light causes tho strangest Illusions. It Is not only practically invisible, as a sourco of Illumination, but It socms to cause that part of the city, which lt.covers, to disappear, as tho contrast In the shadows of buildings, which oven the llgh't of tho stars sullico to reveal, Is obliterated and an obscuring pall is hung over the edifices and structures. In sharp contrast arc the few white lights still to be seen in outlying districts, where the substitution of (ho blue lights Is being made moro slowly, and along tho railroads in the dlstanco tho red signet lights are also notably conspic.y uous. The soluUon of tho lighting of cities In war time seems thus to have been found and it is probable that tho wholo civilized world will soon bo experimenting with blue lights for the purposo of obscuring cities, towns and settlements from a real or possible enemy. Honored by Commander. Experiments niado at Milan show .l.n. 1... ,l.n n MMn .. nnmntl f r9 n aa.taa of whito lights at a Bolectctl place, re- moto irpm mo city, nn enemy in mo air could bo readily deceived as to the city's location, while it continues its normal activity undisturbed under the mantlo of blue. Tho task of tho watchers dn. tho towers is also facilitated as the glow of tho city lights no longer Interfere with a view, of tho heavens and a surprise approach of air craft Is rendorod much moro difficult. Tho men who spontaneously organized themselves into a corpse of air scouts at Milan havo performed a noteworthy service, not only to that city but to tho nation gcnorally, as thoy havo shown where It was not regarded ae being of urgent necessity and even whero tho form of scout duty which thoy volunteered to perform was not considered as likely to bo of service in caso a fast approaching enemy threatened tho city. Tbo military commander at Milan has made handsome practical acknowledgment of tbo value of the service of tho citizen scouts in supplementing (he work of the military watchers by now making first appeal to them for all services of a special kind when it is a question of watching certain avenues Of approach along which It Is suspected an enemy may come. the city Is once more Illuminated You Afford J.U 111 wcbus ur yu xiuii the same old slow insufficient cultivated with tools your grandfather used 50 years ago, when you can buy the itsi your urup giuw up Brinly Leverless. and Janesville Disc Cultivators They have fewer and stronger parts and will do your work easier, better and cheaper than any other cultivators made no matter what TF lliair rlnn'f va An not. wnnr. vniit flir nnct money. Give them a trial and be convinced. Respectfully yours, I A. B. Row 6c Son i Cetitertown, Ky. iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiui Vanderbilt Training School for Boys I s M 5 h 1 g gj 3 g tj ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- tered ind comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, thereforo, reservations should be made early, riflce your son in this select gioup of boys. Write B in jjj 3 S m IVIATHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. 1IK!H1EKIK111IKHI11I1H long and fifteen feet square. It Is a largo stone, and will no doubt some tlmo Justify the amount of work, that has boen done on It. At present It helps .six hotels, a dozen curio shops, a score of muleteers and a sta tion master. WILL FILL A WANT! Since the suspension of the Weekly Courier-Journa- l, there has been quite a demand for a weekly KenStomach Troubles and OoiteMpation. tucky newspaper that gives "I will cheerfully say that Cham-- ( all the more important state berlaln's Tablets aro the most satisfactory remedy for stomach troubles news, as well as the general Louisville i . tho spectral coloration diffused from Uio street lamps. Tho effoot is as of a blue steel canopy of armor put up to protect tho city. Any wlilto or yellow light, such as by tbo lighting of a match, causes' an amazing contrast and makes tho cltlzons realize tho surpriso more that awaits them when Is produced out etlrlngly through 7 For Sale.. ' A 100 aero farm 4 miles. east of Hartford, on tho border of tho oil fields. Good dwelling, barn and othYoung er necessary outbuildings. orchard, strawberry betl .an'd other pleasing features. If bpnjls carry inter-count- y seat pike will be near. Tlnsley.ft Barnett, I Sco, or wrlto JJarjtford, Ky., for further p.artlcu- ..lar8. Also Important. Twice-a-Wee- k IIpfw Big Wuh tho Baby. "That girl puts on a great many I had heard great stories about tho airs Just because sho was n May Owensboro Messenger pyramids, but after seeing tho stones queen. Sho ain't such a much." (Kdltetl by Uroy Woodson.) at Baalbek those of the great pyr"Think not?" It comes every Wednesday amid looked llko children's building "No. I'm to bo a Juno bride." blocks. In. tho quarry Is a stone on Credit Lost. and Saturday, (16 pages a whoso upper surface a troop of cav"" week or more), and is Cleair Skin Comes Vrom Within. alry could stand (If It wero a small in every regard. enough troop.) It Is squarod on flvo It is foolish to thtnk you can gain I Mescomploxlon by tho uso ' Try. the Twice-a-Wee- k sides, but Is not yot detached from a good clear of face powder. Got at the root of senger for a year in connecmother earth. Tho crudo Arab story has it that a tho troublo and thoroughly cleanse tion with the Hartford Repub. tomato giant was carrying It when the system with n treatment of Dr. she heard her baby cry. She droppod King's Now Llfo Pills. Gontlo and Ucan. it thero and no ono has moved it mild la action, do not grlpo, yet thoy Doth papers, one year for since. If that baby hadn't drawn its relievo tho'llvcr by tholr action on $.So. All clubbing- subscripmothor's attention from her work tho bowels. Good for young; adults should be addressed to In tho walls and aged. Go after a clear complex-16- h tions Micro would bo 1 Republican, Hartford, Ky, today. 25c at your druggist. of the templo, a stone suveuty feot up-to-da- te CASTO Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S I and constipation that I havo sold In news, crisp editorials, good thirty-fou- r years' drug storo service," stories, timely cartoons and writes S. H. Murphy, druggist, Wells-- j DUrg, IN. I. -- uuiuiuumu - RA whero. oir m illustrations. There is no such excellent paper as the ... - y, '1 IF YOU ARE A PATRIOTIC AMERICAN SEE I frit STAR THEATER BKSHMM HKIHHIHHHBBAiHH 9PJWWvf9EVV!tSfSKKIKUBtmSUKUBltKKKBKr90WBKKBKKK'mtllUmfBUKB9BlBUmWKB TSLJUEt.TF'O&l.Ty, "A CAUL, TO ARMS AGAINST WAR." People in New York and Chicago Paid $2 to See This Great Picture. You Can See It JUNE 26 Matinee 2:00 O'clock. -- T- at The Star Theater For 35c Adults; 15c Children Under Twelve. NightFirst t Show at 6:45 O'clock. Night - Second Show at 9:00 O'clock. -- rxt ur lit nli tin ninn mil unn niwi lita editor of the hat er. We suggest the removal of one moil. Yes, we nrc Inclined to the ROOSEVELT TO GIVE warning voice has aroused the spirit forced upon his mrt tho Issue of wo watchod and waited opinion that "P" from the olatform. ot his countrymen to n patriotic sense Americanism and preparedness and' entirely too long. We hnve been SUPPORT TO HUGHES of securing tho nation against pos- the country will demand of htm a played with as It were, so long that These sweet strains, "the burial of Entered according to law at the Posto'tlce sible Invasion. Tho record of the Re- better defense than joining his presthe average Mexican has concluded Hertford. Ky.. as moll matter ot the second Francisco Villa will occur In publican purty for meeting tho cri- ent friend and former critic, Mr. subp. that tho Grlngoes are special this afternoon nt ! o'clock, In damning (ho Knlser. Would sound mighty good but jects for murder, plunder nnd loot. SEN. LOHGK, AFTER CONFER- sis us it came Is today Its best asset. Editor m.," ALLISON J. HARNETT After fighting tho war nnd prenerv-in- g Intaken turns In encouraging We have ENCE, SAYS COLONEL WILL If only friends of the family were tho union whllo tho Democrats W. S. TINSLEV,. .Business Manager vited there would not bo enough pre- nnd aiding first one near ruler und HACK UEPL'niilCAN. X Silent lliiUKloqueint. said It couldn't bo done, after resummaanother, In fnct, our waiting then to sent, on Invitation, to interfere Otto II. Knhn, who hnn given hits Address all communications ing specific pnymeuts while the Demhas alwnys boeu between two lines, terially with the proceedings. ns u The Hartford Republican. ocrats Bald it could not bo done, af- beautiful cstnto In England only closer to one than the other and Oyster Bay, June 20 After a ter establishing tho prosperity of the home for bllud soldiers, was talking. Tlio Hessian fly, which has destroy- while wo made eyes and flirted with conference here last night with TheoNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS now country under n protective tariff about the horrors of wnr. desiring the puper sent to a ed somnny acre and bushels of Ohio one the other was busy, adding to his dore Roosevelt, United States SenaSubscriber "The other day," he said, "two Inwhllo the Democrats said it could In ninlmg the niJre mnet Klve the old address county wheat, Is reported to "have In- loot and putting his unholy hands tor Henry Cabot Lodge ot Massamen on a Hoboken pier saw a huge TOVMt. to blood which the Washington Gov- chusetts declared today that he be- not bo done, nnd making permanent flicted great damage to the Kansas cargo ot wooden legs being loaded on JJnslneM Locals and Notices lOe per line and Bo crop. So far no satisfactory means ernment should have regarded sa- lieved the former president would the gold standard while tho Demo- a steamer for shipment to Europe. yertlo.ior each addltlonul Insertion. crats said it could not be done, tho Obituaries, Resolutions ami Card of TbAnks5c has been discovered of combatting cred enough to stop It from watching support Charles E. Hughes in tho Republican party comes now to es"Those wooden legs," said th& per Jloe, money In advance. llttlo pest, and it should bo more than two years ago. Of course forthcoming campaign. first man, "are a mighty eloquent free, bat other this tablish a national spirit ot AmericanChurch Notices Jor services given much attention by the Agricul- none, except he be of Idiotic tenden"I found Col. Roosevelt looking argument against war, are they not?" advertisements, 5c per line. cies could for a moment, desire war much better than I had expected." ism and n system of preparedness will receive no tural Bureau. Anonymous communications "Yes," tho other man agreed; with Mexico now or heretofore, pro- said Senator Lodge. "Of course we that will command tho respect of tho ttntlon world. It will establish a foreign "they aro what you might call stump honoraSeveral ofllcers of the Carranza vided there be a decent and discussed Mr. Hughes.but very little policy so Just nnd impartial thnt speeches." TELBPHOITEO. army have resigned und returned to ble method of preventing It. The of Mexico." , 123 Havana beacuse of possible war with strangest part of this Mexican mudwhen President Hughes stands for Cvira.'borlo.ri.i. "Will the colonel support Justice SO ymrooia' 2MtMal his partisans will not with whicTi For Hale. as dle is the persistency the United States. They nive Hughes?" he was asked, have to rail at a largo body of Good 120 aero tarm on Rough their reason the fact that this country Mexicans of each and every faction "That Is my impression," Teplled American voters of foreign ancestry nun.YY, JUNE as. gave Cuba its liberty. H that may fall tipon our unprotected citizens, Senator Lodge. Klver, 3 miles west of Hartford. 60 for not supporting hlni. even murder them acres In cultivation; other 60 acres, bo taken to represent the feeling of rob, plunder and Significance was attached to SenaWe The President's "cowardly and woodland. Improved. Apply, the masses of the little Republic we In the most barbarous fashion. Lodge's visit as It was said he ANNOUNCEMENTS. appear to have a friend in any tor foreign policy," to quote TINSLEY & BARNETT. have another friend besides Belgium. don't had conferred earlier in the day In Mexican, and as aforestated, we are Hartford, Ky. New York with Mr. Hughes and W. his own witness, tho distinguished We are authorized to announce Washington's latest note, by Sec- incllued to the opinion that this state Murry Crane. county, TOM SPURRIER, of Grayson retary Lansing, which is an ultima- of feeling is due to our system of It was the first time the senator jR8 o candidate for Congress, from tho tum, delivered to the Mexican Gov- watching and waltrng between the fourth District, subject to the action ernment, is an exhaustive review ot lines and nt times playing tho flirt had seen Col. Roosevelt since the latter suggested him as a compromise Of the Republican primary, Saturday, many outrages suffered by clt- - with both dogs, one of which was at j the candidate to the Republican and ProAugust 5, 1916. Izens of this and other nationalities. times on top and then at times It was gressive conventions in Chicago. In 60 far as the alleged Mextean au- the other. Senator Lodge spent more than an We ore authorized to announce the thorities are concerned, there can hour with the former president "after owdldacy of A. D. KIRK for the Re- be no excusable answer made to the New Law Firm. which he left ior Washington. publican nomination for county at- five or six column note. Ernes Woodward nnd A. D. Kirk Other visitors to seo Col. Roosevelt torney of Ohio county. Subject to announce their formation of a partthe notion of the Primary Election, Is to build five of the nership for the practice of law at at SagamoroHlll were C. P. ConnelUncle Sam Hopkins, New Jersey, Saturday, August 5, 1916. fastest and best equipped cruisers In Hartford, Ky., beginning June 1, ly and A. J. represent of the "radical" The cruiser has been pro- 1916, under the firm name of Wood- are said to exlstenco. wing of the Progressive party; E. A. Coombs Is a fine tooth comb when nounced the best type of warrior for ward & Kirk. Their offices will bo Van Blankenburg,, William Fllnn nnd coast defense purposes by naval ex- maintained at the present ofHce of it cornea to combing the penitentiary. perts. The latest to be built by this Mr. Woodward, over William's Drng William Draper Lewis of Pennsylvanthirty miles store at Hartford. Mr. Wodward is ia; Everott Colby of New Jersey, Jas. The great suspense Is ended. The country will make about R. Garfield, of Ohio and O. K. Davis, or Democratic convention nominated an honr. Whether too late If not going to Henderson with his family secretary of the Progressive national the but will be ppesent at all terms of would be a wise move this Wilson and Marshal. program called for ten Instead of Circuit Court In Ohio county nnd committee. Connelly and Hopkln3 urged Col. comes Isn't five. assist Mr. Kirk in all business that bo Roosevelt to lead a third ticket but iVhen the call actually intrusted to this firm. Jt trauge how raauy monlhers didn't tho former president, It was said, reThere Is no sort of question as to ttlto their boys to bo soldiers? fused to commit himself. our unpreparodness, while this 13 rati-- OV PAY I'OU KY. ' Our soldiers should have but shamefully true, thero oan be no A L GUARDSMEN NATION Both White and Colored Tub Materials are Fanners, Attention. ,tlttle trouble In keeping their powder question as to 'our loyallty to the Wo have a stock of Farm Stars and Stripes, and, whothor the .dry down on the Mexican border. moving mighty fast these summer days. On and afteV this date the guardsconsisting of Bluo Bird Plows, call happens to bo made while either men will receivo pay as follows: Vulcan ChlH Turning Plows, With the picture of tho hated one party or another Is reigning Sport Skirting in pink and black stripes Brigadier General, $16.07 a day. and Disc HarrowB, Single and before us wo admit that we from the high places, politics wo are o Colonel, $11.11 a day. Two-roCorn Drills, One and 25c per yard, smart summer Voiles, dainty, cool, rather favor a shavo for tho former happy to say plays no. part, lies dorMajors, $8.33 a day. Cultivators, Slnglo and Jjutlco. mant In the great American heart, Captains, $6.67 a day. anything ftUo tn Plows nnd sheer summer fabrics. Our wash goods departand may It ever bo thus. First Lieutenant, $5.50 a day. tho implement lino yon may need. The Governor's road working days Second Lieutenant, $4.72 a day. ment has the correct goods and styles in almost We also havo three Woher Road proclamation did about as much good A great number of large employPrivates, 50 cents a day. Wagons and one Runabout Ouggyc g county as a ers of labor In this country have anin Ohio endless variety. You can dress economically if Privates In hospital corps, 63'cents Alt rht will hn sold on regular U.tui. .note to the Kaiser. nounced that any of their employees a day. sr t Don't ,'forgct wo stilt hnndlo h e desiring to enlist In the United States you buy of our wash goods 25c, 35c and 50c s privates in engineers taMlshod Jones Brand FortlHso. "Wo point with pride to tho thoro- - service for duly In Mexico or upon W. E, ELLIS & BRO., manner In which the admlnistra tho border could do so with the as- or signal corps, 60 cents a day. iiU per yard. Hartford, Ky. of tkn has dealt with tho delicate M ox-- surance that their old Jobs would be( Sergeants of Infantry, $1.00 a day. 20t4 signal or engineers, Sorgoant Jean situation," said the Democrats open tor them when returning. Somo Printed Picnic Lawns, cool and comfortable, THE ISSUE. hospital corps, $1.20 a day. At St. Louis concerns have even gone so far as to Battalion Sergeant Majors ot field for house or picqic party dresses, 5c, 10c and employees' wages (By- J. H. Thomas.) .Mexico, apparently recognizing tho announce their artillery, chief trumpeters and prinwould continue while In service It 15c per yard. What promises to be tho most nocipal musicians, $1.33 a day. that she had no chance to mono would be to And more patriotic table Presidential campaign in Amerpolite tho front pago during tho con expressionshard loyalty, outside the Quartermaster Sergeant, ot White Gaberdine, 36 inches wide, 25c and rontionB, stepped In just at tho right Sergeants, Sergeant Majors of signal ican politics is Just before us. fellow who himself enlists, than s World events are developing now musicians, $1.50 time to resume her foumer position shown by these big omployors of la- corps and 50c per yard. Industrial and economic Issues. a day. voder tho dato line. bor. This Is as It should bo. backs Sergeants of hospital questions are pushed into the White Pique, 27 inches wide, 25c per ground by tho threat of, reviving 3600, Prosperity and Preparcd-seaAs this Is penned war with Mexico crops and Sergeants ot field must: We might add Democratic so militarism. The world has been yard. unavoidable, clans, $1.07 a day. bo phrases plcnteously prepared, and appears towar isalmost " s Sergeants of engineers long nt peaco that tho walls of deformerly declared, tho until White, Pique, 36 inches wide, that past performances prove the until we have beon reliably informed corps, $2.17 a day. fense were crumbling, tho gates had 50c per mtrary, or that one term platform electricians, Quartermaster rotted on their hinges and the spirit Master of actual battle, we are going to hope yard. pleuVs poked in mean nothing. languished, But overnight thnt in some manner satisfactory to of coast artillery, master signal elec- ot defease musician, $2.50 a tho flame of war burst forth over trician and chlof J4uch talk Is bolng heard within all, peaco may again bo In the ascen- day. For almost the whole of Europe. few days to tho effect that dency and that tho good red blood of the last two yoars tho American government our boys may bo spared, that it may Germany is aiding and Inciting under tho direction of a most amiaNotice to Creditors. to a break with the United not bo splllod upon the cactus plains McIIonry Deposit Bank having ble president persisted in treating tho The to 8tate. Wo hope this Isn't truo, yet and deserts of the Greasers Wo the been placed In the hands ot the Bank- European war as an unfortuuato can't Is but little doubt ot outside south of tho Rio Orando. there disagreement between friendly but but believe that had a strong and firm' ing Commission ot Kentucky all pataid from some source. days of rons having claims agnlnst said bank distant neighbors, but did nothing hand been shown early In tho iircoxtrorj.A.'rjEX) preparo to check tho conflagra'We didn't havo tho Ink from the the Mexican trouble much bloodshed, (now in liquidation) are notified to to own It threaten our Isto Democratic Platform .washed off loss of property and porhaps loss of present same, properly proven, to tho tion should shores. of our hands, before our Town was somo prestago would havo been undersigned at McIIonry, Ky., on or But Theodore Roosevelt saw in the ot July, 1916, fall of Ohio County Soldier Boys, avoided and Mexico would have boon before tho 5th day C. BROWN, ' European deluge' another periodic L. at this dnto getting horsclt together tOUoow tilled to arms by the Peace kindling ot national passion the end Special Depoty Banking Coin'r. to bo sent to tho Mexican bord- - and recovering from her Internal tur Hartford Republican. Courier-Journa- l, Oak-wo- od Wnt-tervo- n, SURPRISING VALUES Swift Selling Stocks of This Season's Most Stylish Summer Fabrics. I : Implo-moH- ts Peg-Toot- -- Car-4-anz- A h at w two-hors- Donblo-Shov- cl Wilson-Lansin- First-clas- at - at ict first-cla- ss at first-clas- Flrst-qlas- e. at First-clas- -- , at Car--TM- U -- Carson 6fc Co. HartFord, Ky. Prosl-.dfn- t, v Slipper Barg ams Wc have gone through our stock of Misses and children's Slippers with a view to closing out all the odd sizes and styles, and to our surprise wc find an accumulation larger than we anticipated. Every reader of this paper Is urged to read and study tho declaration of principles adopted by the Nation- al nepubllcan Convention nt Its rc- cent session In Chicago. Hon. Q. U. Likens who Is Bpeclal deputy banking commissioner In charge of tho Dundeo Deposit Hank, together with his daughter, Miriam, spent a few days here this week. Mrs. A. C. Anderson and son, Maurice M. Barrass, of San Francisco, t'al., aro vlsltlpg friends and rela-tlvIn Hravcr 11am and vicinity. They will likely remain until tho nrsj. of August. Mr. CnlvTnHockcr, of Utah, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don- Mr. ney Mocker, of Heaver Dam. Hocker was In Hartford yesterday shaking hands with his many friend, tho first time for eight years. cs FKYHIRE TALKS ON SLAYING OF SIIAFER IU.I..YTI.S 9&VSS9l999SS&SSSSSSSSS9SS J I VERSION OF INCIDENT THAT BROL'OHT OX THE TRAGEDY. ! These Slippers y Mrs. Nancy Alford, who hag been and are run in sizes from 5 to 11-in tan, blacks, white and velfound vet. None of these sold for less than 75c. and some as high as $2.00. Now, wc mean to clase these out. Of course. ,wc arc losing on them, but why keep them? 2, visiting her sons, P. H. and P. L. Alford, In and near Horse Branch, returned to Hartford Wednesday.whero she Is making her home with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Davidson. Loans wanted In Muhlenberg, McLean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and s real Ohio counties on good estate for 5 years. W. II. PARKS, Hartford, Ky. 50tf first-clas- Mr. Gllmoro Keown who haB been Now, The Story is This: You may need them, and the price is so you can buy them. Listen! All attending the Bowling Green ness Colloge, arrived homo last Busi- Tues- this week you will find them on the center table, and the price "Qn kJ?L to you is choice Get the price and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. IiGb, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JUNK i!3. L., II. & ST. Ij. II. K. TLME TABLE. No. 11.3 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a . 3:40 p. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch Ar. Irrlngton . 5:35 p. Lv. Irvlngton . 5:56 p. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p. No. 111 Lv. Louisville . 8:35 a. Ar. Irvlngton . .10:06 a. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. Ar. Ellmltch -- .. 1:04 p. m. Mary Marks has returned home from Bowling Green, where she has been In schooj for the past year. Miss Misses' Zula May- Howard and Tholma Bennett, city, arc visiting in tho Washington neighborhood this week. - By using Ellis' BJuo llbbon 'Flour you can stock your kitchen with Aluminum cook vessels at wholesale prices. 48tf j There will bo moving pictures at the opera hoiiBe In Beaver Dam every Thursday and Saturday nights. Patho service. 4 II. & E. R. It. TIME TAULK. Mrs. Joa. H. Williams and South Bound, No. 115 Pauline, went tp Madlsonvllle 8:45 a, m. Tuesday on business returning that Due at Hartford North Bound. No. J 14 'evening. M., Judge John B. Wilson was at Hnynesvlllo last Tuesday, checking the work done on tho Allison Haynes Mr. L. II. Daniel, of Narrows, was public ditch. , I here on business last Monday. in Mr Sheriff S. O. Keown was In Dean- - K g U( nrrIvod her0 yesterday. Mr. ' Held nnd Aetnavllle yesterday. G,cnn returns t0 Join Co. II, of which Beaver Daw.was hu is a member, Mrs. F. L. Airord. here this week visiting relatives. D H Lyou3 ropreseQting tno Ken.. Misses Artlo und Bernlce May, of tucky "Wesloyan School at Wfnches-Oweiisboraro visiting Mrs. E. M. ter waB ner0 tbIs week ju tne te,. I Woodward. C8t Qf tue 8Chool. . ,, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fronch, of. wuiinru-xitt.iuuu bvuio. v Prentls, visited relatives hero on ply at this offlco, but don't bring tb.o Saturday and Sunday. ' goats until wo put you In touch with Mr. R. W. King and family, ot tho artv dealrlnc thcnv Beaver Dam, visitou tno lamuy oi Mrs. R. E. Duke, city, and Mrs. It. B. Martin, Sunday. J. W. O'Bannon, of G.uthrle, Ky., M-- . P. II. Alford, Horso Branch, nra vlsltlnc their tmrents. Mr. and was hero Wednesday to seo nis Mrg B w stowart( Soloct. brother, A. W. Alford. Thtrty-flv- e applicants presented Dr. Savage, of Owensboro, la do- -' themselves for teachers' certificates llverlng a series of interesting Ser- -' ,n tho psmnination field at Fordevllja mons at tho M. E. Church. on JaBt p.riday nnd Saturday. Judge R. W. Slack has been quite Copti j. m. DeWeowj arrived In ill recently at his home in Owens- - Hartford Wednesday to tako active boro, hut Is reported tietter. charge of Co. H, which ts being re- . TlaaaaaaAn.. Dim Taan n nl Q ' f W- ""-"- crultcd and' mobilized hero. JIUUriCO ill. uuiiuao, u co, Cal Is spending tho week with Heavy Valns have greatly damaged his father, Mr. 13. G. Barrass, city. almost all crops in this and surTho point has Mr. M. 67 Thomas," oTMorgan, Ky., rounding counties. was here on a visit to his father aud been reached where the damago can uot bo repaired. other relatives first of tho weok. Rev. J. TCox, of RosTiie, qualified The Ohio Couuty Teachers' Instl- In County Court on last Tuesday to tute will conveno at Collego Hall, solemniao tho rights of matrimony. Hurtford, Kyu on July 3d; for a flvo Prof. Jl, 8. Eubank Mrs. John J. McHenry and son, days session Henry D., Loulsvlllo, aro visiting i will bo tlio Instrufctor. County Cou'rt Clerk' Biankcnshlp the family of Rowan Holbrook, city. Dr. S. W.Cr6wo,Tecrofary of tho has compiled the 1916 tax bills and Kentucky Post Master's League, nt .Is now ready to deliver Eame to the tho intended a setslon of ..,.. League on Sheriff of Ohio county. The County ' . ....... a. .fa. a'llsta.t. Imitlnn Af.Alnafl AuMtlAtiotn vt TU9SUay Ullll WVUU,"ouujr u, 'fAim,- - viom ua.iut, .ww4.su vv.uuiu r9 , post master at final assessment &c, wo may now vlllo. Dr. Crqwo Is I wuu , pleasure pay qur tuxes, Ceutcrtown. ,.5:55 Duo nt Hartford (Both "Mixed Traius.) p. m. jtoTalSTIitudeiit o, day. Mr. Keown Is a member of Co. H, Ky. National Guard and was called In to" Join his company for Mexican border duty'. Mrs. E. G. Schroetcr is visiting her brother, Mr. M. D. Thomas, of Morgan, Ky. She will likely be abMrs. sent for a month or more. Schroetor will also visit her brother, Jnnies P. Thomas, of Louisville, before returning homo. The Ohio County Singing Convention which waa to have mot at Sulphur Springs on the fifth Sunday In April, last, owing to Inclement weather, waa postponc4 until tbe fifth Sunday In July. Wo aro Informed that a good program fs assured. The sheriff of Daviess couuty delivered to tho Ohio County Court on yesterday Charlie MeDantel. who was charged with tho Illegal sale of liquor. McDanlel pleaded guilty and was given JG0.00 and 20 days In Jail and Is now happily settling the whole business with his royal hlghr uess, Bill Mldklff. Our County Agent W. W. Browder has secured a storage depot for Hart ford for hog cholera serum for vaccinating hogB and those wishing it can secure It from him at once without waiting for it to come from Lexington. This will bo a great advantage to thoso who need to vaccinate their hogs against cholera. Mr. McHenry Holbrook, who sailed from Soattlo on May 22nd, reached Manila, Philippines on Juno 20th. HIsfa'tbcr, Mr. Rowan Holb'rook received a telegram dated Manila, June 20, 7:40 p. ro. Tho telegram was received Juno 20, 7:41 p. m., one minute later, tho by our tlmo It wa3 sent about 7:40 n. m. of the same , date. The West Kentucky Baptist Assembly will bo hold at Bethel College, Russellvllle, Ky.. June 28th, to July Gth. An excellent, program, consisting of some of the best talent In the denomination, has been arranged. All Sunday Schools. B. Y. P. U.'s and Women's Societies are asked to send representatives. Entertainment can be secured In N. Long HaU and many private homes at $1.00 per day! Tho following young people, guests of Miss Winnie D. Stmmcrman, formed a houso party which left here last Tuesday to spend tho remainder of tho weok at tho bungalow and camp of Mr. J. W. Ford 16 mires below hero on Rough River: Misses Alma MorawlU and Margaret Potter, of Hannlbnl, Mo,; Miss Boss Harbison, 'of Da? Funrak-- , Springs, Fla.; Mlsa Maude Sutton, of Carthage, Mo.; Miss Ella McKlnney and Mr. Frank Barnes, Beaver Dam; Miss Luclle Plrtlo, Messrs. Vernon Llgon, Cecil Felix, WllUa Lyons, Russell Plrtlo and Allison Barnott, city, and Mrs. Tho J. F. VIckers, of Owensboro. happy party was chaporoned by Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee Slmmerman. Owncsboro, Ky., Juno 20. Dr. R. W. Frymlro, accused of the murder of Henry Sliafcr in Hancock county, and who was brought to Owonsboro Monday night for safe keeping, Tuesday broke ills long silence regarding the eventB leading up to the tragedy, which has aroused two counties to fever heat. Moving about restlessly on the na.Tow prison cot aud showing evidences of suffering from his wounds, Dr. Frymlre laid bare hi3 private life insofar as it touched the murder: "Tho account ot the killing pub lished In tho press Is partly truth and partly lies," he said. "Tliruout the whole of tho published account stress is laid upon a story of my attempting to marry a young girl while my wife lay on her death bed. This i3 false. I was engaged to marry a girl, a ward of tho Masonic order, of which I am a Royal Arch Mason. My wife died In the early fall and we were to be married about Christmas. "Members of tho Masonic Lodge Interfered and many stories wero circulated resulting in my trial and expulsion from the order on charges of attempting to ruin a daughter of a Mason. I was Illegally tried and the charges were absolutely false. "I mot Shafer by appointment nt Baker's store nnd we went to Floral Schoolhouse at his suggestion where we could tnlk quietly and undisturbed. I was friendly with Shafer and I will say nothmet him cordially. ing regarding the actual 'killing, for this 1b not the time nor the place. I did not cut him with a knife and do not believe he had a knife wound on his body. I was on my way to Hawesville to surrender when I was caught and shot after I had thrown up my hands nnd was defenseless." B DIERS Uli I ell' Company H, Third Infantry, Kentucky Nationul Guard, Hartford, Ky., must be recruited to war strength in tho next few days, for active service on tho Mexican border. 1 : All Able Bodied Men Between 18 and 35 Accepted. Pay and substance begins when cepted. Apply at once to ac- J. M. DeWEESE, - Hartford 5 Capt. 3rd Inft., Commanding Co. H. ssossrossssfissrassorasros twwsw&NVJhWwm mm&mim&&i Hot-Weat- her Suits For Men in Palm Beach and Mohairs No need of sweltering when a very small price buys a lr.RTFORD PRESSING C1AJB. Clothes cleaned and pressed. Repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Work callod for and delivered. Shop over Ohio County Bottling Works. ED. WALL, Tcop. 42tt The Best QunUty of Seeds. Whlppoorwill Peas' $1.85 $2.00 German Millet Mammoth Yellow Soy Beans. . .$2.00 Orange Cano 3c per lb W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 48t4 dressy comfortable, good wearing, strictly Hot Weather Suit. Priced $6.50, $ 2.00 up to $ 6.00. 1 1 STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFluke.) Tho Business Manager says If this sheet Jsn't. fit to read this week don't blame him. It's Al's fault. He's off Ashing. And If Al keeps fishing and King goes to Mexico what In the devil will Duke, the Business Manager and old McFluke do? Maybe you need a Panama Hat, or Leghorn Hat,, or Italian Straw Hat, or any kind of a Straw Hat. We-ca- n furnish Straw Hats from at each DUC t0 iDD tf! P I We There Is. somo good comlfig from this rainy spell, for Instance our garden Is too wet to work, and bo we don't havo to do It, then too that Is an excuse our wife takes. If Thomas, ot "Beads Odly Strung fame" don't come back pretty soon we are going to quit too. Maybe he has struck and that gives us a hunch. We are being mighty poorly paid too, pilghty poorly sir. ' Make a Specialty of er Men's Necessities. Hot-Weath- E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. ' . 1 Land For Solo. I will offer for sale to tho highest and best bidder at my farm 1 mile from Williams Minos 54 acres and 11 24, 1916 at acres on Saturdayf-Jun- o 10 o'clock a, m. Will sell In 6, 10 a a " and 20 aero lots. This Is good farming land. A barn 44x44 feet A house with stono chlmuoy. Terms night, less $1,000.01. A chance for made known on day of sale. Chicago to suvo a neat llttlo sum. U B. LONEY, Ky. Route 4., Hartford, Time, present week. m Place, Ford's camp, 16 mtlea down CHU11C1I DEDICATION At HOUSE BRANCH Rough River, t Present, Mrs. Slmmerman, 10. or The new Christian Church at Moreo 12 young ladles, Lee Slmmerman, Al Branch will be dedicated Sunday, Barnott and somo young gents. Our characters, Loe aud Al, whosa June the 25th. A cordial invitation fln.aaaaa supplication, nnn kw.hh.JaiI .at a........ uire, petitions and lamentau dfw ! uiuuvi viiouuni will bo served at the church free to tions wero about as follows: Oh, whilo bero upon the river, t all, i 1 aforesaid, too much rain ls'somo good thing. As another daj-illustration, it has been rainy for so e loug Sam Koowu has entirely regained hie health without another trip to the midst ot even a rainy season, Dawson Springs. why aro we beset with this awful drouth. Wo are, as it were, children I've beon thinking for some time upon a great desert, with nothing to that I would like to JIno tho army drink but water. Oh, that we had and go to Mexico and git myself a steered clear of this trip, this fishing Greaser, but am sorry to say that my trip where young boys and innocent business affairs are In such shape Just females are upon every hand. What now that I can't possibly got off. If havo wo done that we receive this they will bring ono of thoso dod awful and unbearable punishment. dum gcezeled, wall eyed greas- When wo recall the good old days, ers up hero I will most assuredly beat the days when we made excursions the filling out of him, or have it of this nature with old Tlnsloy, Dock done. Plrtle, Jim Lyons, John Mooro, Ed Barrass and like war horses before We notlco that Mary Garden de- whom we were not compelled to be mands $2,000.00 per night to sing so careful of our conduct. Ah, theso fpr Chicago. Wo hereby offer the good fellows could overlook our ac services of Will Bean, Dr. Plrtlo, Er tions, tho bad at times, but these girls nest Blrkhoad and Bob Walker, our and especially Mrs. Slmmerman, wo famous quartotto, for $2,000.00 per fear could not see as tho old guard As times a n I rot-to- d, you will not for we are aware, and know lull well tbat wo should have shunned this crowd because their ways were not our ways, their cianners .and customs are foreign to us and tbat their paths are straight whll'st our course Is round about, ami often rather crooked as you all, well know, if none of you. will not condescend to como we beseech thee to send somo one, even Bud Taylor with just a drop or two tbat we may feast our eyes and quench this, overpowering and over consuming thirst. Again we beseech thco to hear and heed us. Oh men! d ANNOUNCEMENT - i saw it. In the name of alt that's revivify. lng, wa call upon somo ono of the old gang to send to us right now, Old Taylor with Jut a llttlo moistened Stono that wo may roll It under our parched tongues, bo not turn a deaf ear to our supplications for wo are In soro straights. Oh, oh! wa beseech thee If nono of tho afore said old guard can't and will not heed anJ come Jo pur relief, ps w fear A. I). Kirk having mutually retired from the luw firm of Hcavrln, Kirk & murtiu, M. L. Ileuvrln und Otto C Martin havo rtulnotl tho olllco and Mill continue tho practice of their profonalon uiyler tho llrm nanio ut They will Rtvo ITcAvrtu A Martin. Mpcclal und prompt uttcutlou to al) btiuluess entrustod to their t'itro. Wo aro pjT.mroil to huudlo all a:iuncrfliil matter with inraiptnM und efflctofioy. Will tul.o pkitsuro JLu looking aft-P- r your business. Yours very truly, IIEAV1UN S aiAItTINt 1 shown by the way It has affected the ' wheat market. "Nothing can be dono to control HOTEL tlio Insect at (his time, but the farm er should keep In close touch with Attorney Law Feed 1'Irs on FornKO Crops. tho situation, and Immediately after T forage ,,.. . , ,., ,i ,, , Spring pigs """ ,Mnlll1l, ,..,. HARTFORD, KY. "- ' ,n,i " ' '" "" "."' ;. 7n .WASfflNCTOl ciujio nsia mi,. iw - timr na much anu irom couoii win ot methods of control that have been ?su,ouu,ouu, Will praotlco hlfl profosalon In this I profit as those fed In dry lots," his And theso oro by no found practical and effective. $10,000,000. and adjoining counties, ComuirrJaJ Husbandman Gatowool, at Animal "Tho stubble should be disked Immoans all of the plant diseases. The-th- o and Criminal Practice a Specialty. H the Kansas Stato Agricultural Cooretlcally, at least, this loss Is all mediately after harvest. This starts cost of 100 pounds of llege "Tho Practically, It Is not tho growth of volunteer wheat and preventnble. Of AMERICAN T VUBHTltTTO. OTTOO. MAIlTln groin on young pigs with com at P0 all preventable under present condi- - tend? to bring an early emergence of Croravtell, Ky. Ilnrtlnril, Ky. a bushel and such forage crops cents tlous, because there ure some men the lly. It also makes plowing much ' .la'sfclrr'wtitM'goed hotels runs STRATT0N & MARTIN as alfalfa, rape, and clover, bound, thjjPowHUS.htidi the who win tako no precautionary meas- easier at a later date. Three or four -liit.; from ?2.S8 to $ 3.9G, with older hogs AUornoya at Law weeks after being disked, tho ground ures. In a largo proportion of caTc, from $4.23 to $5.31. B VWMM.Mv CROMWELL, - KV. fortunately, the farmer who follows should be plowed ul least 6 Inchc9 ' "The accredited gain In pork to on tho right methods can keep the pests deep ami nil volunteer wheat and. , Will prnctlco tholr profession In tills ncre of forage varies, depending upon This will also bury ; off his own farm, and ho will as ho stubbie hurled. and djolnlng counties. Collection. crop, the ago of tho hog, and tho the j should, reap tho duo rownrds. This practically nil the files." Commercial and Criminal Practice amount of grain fed. An aero of Prompt nnd vlgoroat. will mean In every case a stimulus to Specialty. eweet clover with corn at 50 cents I Bervico Notary in office. oullur '"""ins "" mu iun oi iitu ""i KmlmrrnsMiu: Moment. How's This?" and hogs nt $5 a hundred netted wIlol community. k r: i ot oner vjiiq nuuureu uouars 'i it When thero is company present $42.07; rape, $37.50; alfalfa, $G5.90; ws it r nnd n combination of oats, peas, and and tho maid announces In a stage Reward for any case of Catarrh "Tfie ToWISlan n rtfineJ, ex Coal Tar Kills MUcs. whlspor that there Isn't enough rope, $G4.60. that cannot bo cured by Hall's Its excelclusirc, and.mtfuL Tho poultry mites Is a more serious Catarrh Cure. "Of all forago crops, alfalfa is tho chicken to go nround. lent location ion PenniVrama Avenue, 18th an! It Street. CHENHT CO.. Toledo, O. When you suddenly roincmber that pest to poultry than tho hen louse. It great permanent crop, whllo rape is m F. J. unIerelipi(t,& have known P. J. Ky. makes It a desirable headquarwe, the ters (or bridal couples, tourist the emorgency crop, and green ryo you havo left the notes of your speech often Is overlooked, because of Its Cheney for the Inst IS years, nnd believe patties, conventions, Schools an J him perfectly honorable In all business I habit of hiding away In cracks and " Highway and the fall and early spring crop. Tho at homo In your clothes. colleges. J transactions and financially able to carry show tho The ro"whariK'"atrTaea should Whon two or threo frlonds of your crovlces, nnd of fpodlng nt night. It.s bui any oDiiiraiions maim dv nis nrm. Ideal forago crop ' NATIONAL BANK OP COMMERCE, Design. eople of culture and education, adaptability to soil and climate, per- wife get on tho car In which you are harmful effects nro often attributed Toledo, O. ts Droximitv to Stale. War and Hall's Catarrh Cure Is Navr Departments, also to many only ten cents, j to llco, as these Insects nro more eas- - acting directly upon thotaken Internally, - ' manency, palatlblllty, reasonable riding and you have blood and mutointa of historical Interest. cous surfaces ot the system. Testimonials Whcn you tell your wife you havo ' lly soon. The mite lives upon blood cent tree. mtVcs this hotel especially cost of planting, and good pasture Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold to a dixrUninaUng pubseasevening with a sick friend sucked from tho body of tho hen. by all Druggists, spent tho i nt any tlmo during tho growing lic I1.,. Halt's ramltav T)ll. tVI MAn..fna,An ' ... ...a WW.iB..f..WU. on. Alfalfa, clover, and rape havo nnd In the meantime the sick friend Tho amount of blood necessary to ThTowtuitaii"'oli'tri roomi" with detached bath at $1.50. satisfy a mite's appetite Is not large, has called upon you. most of these qualities." $2.00 and up. Rooms with priPurls In War Time. vate bath. $2. JO. U.00 and up. When they pass the collection plate but as thero may bo hundreds, or Fab'ano, the artist of the bo'. 'Write ror'Docalcl wTih rusp oven more, at the feast during tho and cafes, you find you havo nothing but a Dirty I'lK StJH Mean AVonns. and creator of thoao little iu:.yvi:h MM, KY. CLIFFORD M. LWIS piece In night, the loss must be appreciable. French girls who actually bill and a ono-ceNeglected pigs that are kept In melt In .Manager, The greatest harm Is done by Irriga- your mouth, has, llko other Parslnn your clothes. dirty pens, eating out of filthy Ofllcc Jiuum Tnlor'H I.ltcry Il.irn. tion and suffering caused by tho In- nrtlsts, begun to turn his troughs, drinking bad water and attention JJniHiiiiiiiniiinmiHiimmnuffil beaks to mora serious subjects. sertion of the needle-lik- e Hog 1 tat Ion. Acorns us rooting nnd sleeping in manure piles As a general thing a hog buyer Is through which tho blood is sucked, and old stack bottoms are pretty apt "I would llko to record for posterto have intestinal worms. They show so suspicious of a bog which ho and by the consequent nervousness ity tho physiognomy of the present iN rickety, scrub- knows has come from an acron dis- and loss of sleep. Sitting hens .ire time," ho tells an interviewer for it by their want to buy htm often driven from the nest, and even Cartoons Magazine, who observes: ' trict that he doesn't by appearance. and TRADF.MAnKa rrotarlT jiaIlM in First, remove the cause. Clean, at all. There aro, however, a great killed, by these tormentors. There "Paris during the battle of Vcr- a cU M countries t r no i PATCfiTIl dry quarters and good foedlug, alone, many hogs brought to the acron dis- Is sure to bo a high mortality among dun! I rather fear that a more serlo- - . THAT PAt.ltrtUeintt r.ouW, al pur & HUME you V HCCMk Sputa, alKlp good tricts as feeders overy year, and after young chickens placed where they us artist will be required to picture hogs profitable. And mako Padic4el.phctb or sch- fcr rnCC rrport oo i!miAw;iij. it yean- rrsrtle sun- feeding includes plenty of good past- two or three months of good grain can be uttacked by these bloodthirs- her than the gay Fablno. It would passing Rcrcnrrtcca. rerrrwiioia. following mlxturo is a feeding they pass muster with tlo ty creatures. uookos frnmaUla Mir)a writ to ure. The l bo a not unworthy task for Stelnlon's f Ms B03-B0- B Theso mites usually hide during deep understanding, Snvonth voluoblo tonic to tho preventive of butcher. The principle is that they Herman Paul's wwHaninurun, a. o. yorms: Charcoal, 1 bushel; bard-woo- d should be grain fed from tho bogliH tho day In cracks and crevicos about forcefulncss, Abel FavrC's noble in ashes, 1 bushel; salt, 8 pounds; nlng along with the acrons to support the roosts or rooat supports and tellect, or Poulbot's heroic garni-nerl- c line, 4 pounds; sulphur, the acron fat. An acron hog is other- between the supports and the walls combined to poverty all Theso are the truly tho Invincible courage 2 wise so soft that it does not mnkc of the henhouse. pulverized copperas, 4 pounds; that IT pounds. Mix the lime, salt and sul- oven a medium grade of edible pork. places to treat. Coal tar products grows in the perhaps a Uttlo mirthPaint less smile on the faces that throng Acrons are n good growing feed for havo boon found effective. phur thoroughly and tbon mix the Dissolve tho hogs when grain Is fed with them, tho roosts, roost supports and other and cross the Paris bouvevards. But charcoal and ashes. GUARANTEED SERVICE copperas in two parts ot hot water but the practice of letting the hogs hiding places of the mites with one at least Fablano has given us some One hundred per cent Is and sprinkle over the whole mess, run on acrons alone is surely not a of thsso preparations. Discretion thing in his fugitive sketches. -- 1 value. Special work for W. nocesaary, as an excess may result profitable one. mixing it thoroughly. Keep some of "Here one may see the "Dame O. W. in eye trouble fb the birds. To avoid blanche," as the this mixture in a box before the Red Cross sister is W. F. BTEVBNS, this, It Is woll to dilute the product now hogs at all times, or place in a called; the chon-huc- d soldiers A Troo tli lienr Wool. R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. with kerosene, and allow the roosts Tho "vegetable wool" of Porto to dry outside in tho sunshine. Mites of the African army; the Scottsmen Representing Continental "imswOtflaSsBsssssBlflssPV Tho Bureau of Animal Industry Kico Is a substance highly esteemed In their short kilts; the newspaper Marblo & Cranito Co. lias found the following to be a de- In Cuba for filling pillows, upholstery nre very persistent, so it is too much girls the newsboys are all In the K pendable cure for Intestinal worms: uses, etc., and considerable quanti- to hope to clean up a badly infested trenches the "Lalsses pour compte,' d Withhold all feed and water for ties are exported from Santo Domin- henhouso by one application, but as the young meu twenty-fou- r hours, then glvo each pig go to Cuba. The exportation has If tho work is dono thoroughly, nnd whom tho military authorities havo from 1 to 4 ounces of castor oil to never been large in Porto Kico, al- repeated at neoded Intervals, one rejected are called, and, tho "New which has been added oil of Ameri- though some has been sent to Eng- neod not fear tho poultry mite, France," as Fablno terms the beard-i- l can wormseed as follows: Small pigs. land, where It was utilized in the soldier home on furlough, marchKcmcdy for Chick Diarrhoea. 2 to 3 months old, 35 drops; pigs manufacture of hats known as "cas ing with soldierly gait, his boots and This Is caused by some irritation uniform all white with Champagne weighing 50 to 100 pounds, 50 to 100 tors." system, and may be clay." drops; larger pigs, 1 toaspoonrul. Tho treo from which tho wool is of tho digestive ILLUSTRATIONS due to tho qoantlty of the feed, the 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE o obtained is a very common one, and XTEV Informed of the WorH'fl Proerei In Dissolved fit water for doucuei stop quality of the feed, or the drinking Tho Barbed Wlro Industry. Is found in all parts of the Island of bogioecring. Mechanics ftr.dlnvcntkai. FoH pelvic catarrh, ulceration and InflamFather and Son and AH the Family. It anne-.iAccording to tho census publica- Porto Rico. Tho wool, variously cull- water, or to tho climatic conditions tea mation. Recommended by Lydia E. nnq iou;ik Menanti ....' .lOftiicisiflaov-ui- a women. to which the fowl has been exposed. $ in tions, the United States producod ed "lanta" and "guano," is the dried t aTorito ju iaiine i& tiiouMutif of Pinlchan Mod. Co. for ten years. lOfflM thmucboat tU wotM Cmr t dtv4cii A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, $13,704,357 worth of barbed wlro fiber about tho seed, which natmre There is a general depression, rough For Infants and Children . m CornpoDJnuareronitai.tlron tot llUnki new and IntvrMiI&tf tfaMch and It ta sore throat and tore 070. Economical. during the year 1914. This would has thus equipped so thoy can bo ness of plumage and a loss of appe- In Use Hi, citnytnvy cleuiua aad crndcklil tsawtr. So For Over Years ISampL Fr... JOe. all lujsiis. or portnuj brl fs.WrittenNt. You Can Understand - It ftshvo Tbtt ., be a little over $2 worth of barbed borno by the wind, much ns the seed tite, and usually frequent expulsion DortjfMt.7.rT .. tlfl V&ctml'.- rennlalnsJ r..r .. s'a. itk-uAlways bears iiinuiiornoop iiorsana rvr wtii iur um VmJ. TlttPtitoiTc3rtCooiwT.Bt.lon.Kw greeniiitbis.ii io oo lainei imnna irm nam. wlro for each farmer In the United of tho cottonwood and sycamore of soft, whitish, yellowish, or the I Amtuur Mxthvt4c (17 rMV t r tti Hoj" States. It is Interesting to note that trees are disturbed. The pods of the ish excrement, tho droppings becom-lu- g Signature firiinnoiiioiOsmiKf fninsj(itiowninisiir Um an-- Tvlourfph Outfits cdr.fsa, lout a. Hau more liquid until severe diarproduced about $G,000,000 worth lana treo are 8 or 9 inches long nnd hvjtve r ihiiiiiiius in iuh ur'rii;.the Mocaauic, Camrr aa J Hporuiuin. tructloaj lor iiiti uiuiiii( OVER 66 YCAnS' & more of woven wire and poultry net- contain a surprising amount of tho rhoea is present. When the affecSINGLE COPIES. JS SI. 50 PCR YEAH CXPCniENCC rrs ftf mw4iI sUrc fr According to nn offlclal Wr fmM&i German is at all serious the excroment ting than of barbed wire. satnpia oopy win b nt cm r)wat. fiber. Tho seeds nro small and not tion wires POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE During tho flvo years prior to 1914 very abundant. The fiber looks nnd may become mixed with mucus or test, networks of telephone M. MKMpn AnHf, CtllCAUO the wire industry In the United States feels llko wool or fur. It ranges blood. It Is Important that tho over a city tend to diminish the danger from lightning. had been practically stationary. Fig- from n ery light brown to a darker cause bo sought out and removed. , Jg ures since that date aro not available, color and is soft and silky. Thero Sco that tho birds havo comfortaquarters and that they are not but will probably show a greatly in Is no d TnADE Marks business of gath ble Dcsionq creased production of barbed wire, ering It for market yet because of the exposed to drafts, cold or dampCopyrights &c. AND CURE THE ness. If taken early, diarrhoea can tUUNCB oil account of tho large uso bolng Anrone sending a sketrh nrnl description ranr "Jmlted demand qclcUr ueertalu our opinion froo whether nn often ho checked by reducing the mode of it on tjio battle llvlds of Eutranstrlctiroullileutll. HANDBOOK mi l'ttouu .'(mount of green and animal feed and patents, 3C fentfrra. Uiiloc pvenoy tji WITH rope. In trench warfare barbed wire 1'itfcnu taken ihriHiKh Munn A Co. receive feeding largely on dry feed, eliminattptclal notice, Kltboutcbanro. la tho Js usetl.to form an entanglement as ing the moist mash. Give a n protection to tho trenches. It Is Scientific .Hmenccui of swoot (olive) oil as a loosely strung on posts when thero Is X handsoraclr lllnitrated weoilr. I arcost elr. cuUtlon ot anr peicrtOp Journal. 1 trnis. IS a laxative to carry off any Irritating tlmo for doing this .but it has been l'nicE reAri tnurmonlrs,L BoMbjtJI newsiiaftlorj. FHR 2.1 Ji II matters that mny bo in the Intesfound almost equally as effective ftlUN.H & Co.38B'dNew York " Ttlsl Bonis Fret 'OLDS BAG tines, In sovoro cases glvo five or FAItM LANDS and City Residences twaocti Qat, GiVBU Waablagtaa, U. O-g AND ILL THROAT ANDUiNQTROUuLEC. whon simply unrolled, fastened at are now selling at a low coat, ten drops of laudanum to each bird. both ends, and pegged down to the GUARANTEED BATISFAOIOayj but don't expect it to be so alground occasionally. Oil MONEY BEFTJNIJED. How Mrs. Kelly Suffered and ways. If you over expect to own Kpray for Melon Louse. your farm or your homo now Is The molon or cucumber louse How She waa Cured. New Ficrlmc)itnl Farm Planned. the time tx buy. which causoa tho leaves ot cucumber A Missouri experlmentlal farm is being prepared In tho Missouri River Burlington, Wis. "I was very irreg- and molon vines to curl and die can WE HAVE several farms listed In Ohio county and they can be bottoms at St. Joseph. Tho property ular, and had pains in my sido and back, bo controlled by tho use of one or but after taking two elfoctlve sprays. had for reasonable prices and consists of 300 acres of bottom land As soon as the lice aro discovered Lydia E. Pinkham's OWtiOd by tho St. Joseph Stockyards. liberal terms. It wo do not PnOCUnCDANODErENDCO..riJ'mo,5l they should bo thoroughly sprayed County Agent Crandall Is working have tho particular farm you de- McCAIX P ATTEatNS inaesu. tru.U l m Jloi tur to oUala COUNTHIca. uajAa, I Tablets and with oither "black leaf 10" or a Celebrated for stjle,rsTtect t, simplicity ocpjngoM, eao, ALL out a scheme for demonstrations in sire wo will mako efforts to get reliability otarrjr 40 jears. Bold in near! U9ing two bottles of strong soapy spray. Tho "black leaf SuHnftt Jiictwitk WaikiKgtcn taw every city awl town lo (h United States an) with the university and it for you. th'o Sanative yash Caned, or by mail direct. More told thaa 40" spray Is propared by dissolving Patent ai Infringement Practlcs ExdaslMly. (ice catalogue. any other make. Eent lor Federal Government. Much of tho I am fully convinced VfzUAt or coma to us al of a pint of "black leaf IF YOU want to move to Hartford McCALL'S. MAGAZINE 110 njtilli etrwt, sear UorUi States ratart COM, I I am entirely farm will bo tjown to alfalfa and stock that where our children will havo tho More subscribers tbsa any orhef fashloa WASntNaTON, D. c. coding will bo conducted on a sciencured of these trou- 40" and 4 pounds ot common launtnanaslna advantage ot a good high school j , est style, million a month. Invaluable Let. patterns, dressmaking, millinery, bles, and foel better dry soap In 100 gallons of water. Tho tific basas. Prof. Hutchinson of tho piajn scaring, rancy nccoiewoj, nairaressjnp, notify us. We havo houses and all over. etiquette, good stories, etc.' Only CO cent a I know aoapy spray is propared by dlssolvinB University will superintend tho demtree double), lots for sale and believe you can or (worth today, or Including asamplepattern. your remedies havo 1 pound of common laundry soap. In ubscrtbei copy. send (or onstration plots of flvo acres of corn, select one from our list to your done mo worlds of 6 gallons of soft water. In applying ONDEHFUt INDUCEMENTS soy beans, flvo acres of good five acres of liking. and I hopo every suffering womaa to Aeentl. Postal brings premium catalogue and nor cash prlle offers. Address wheat and various othor varieties of will give them a trial.' 'Mrs. Anna oither of theso sprays, tho essential thing is to atriko or wet ovory Insect. WE HAVE a comfortable home in to Ma h. ma st, new iron Mccux co. WILL YOU grains and legumes, Kelly, 710 Chestnut Stroot, BurlingTho liquid roust be applied by the Hartford, modern improvements ton, Wis. TAKE m T' ail spraying apparatus. and a good garden In cultivaHow to Havo Tomato Crop. Tho many convincing testimonials con- use of a tion for salt) or rent. Place Ieaf and fruit spot of tomatoes, stantly published in tho newspapers Wheat Muds Damaged by Fly, rents for $10 a month. caus- ought to bo proof enough to women who which is known as rust, usually Damugo to IOansas wheat by the es damage to tho tomato crop during suffer from those distressing ills pecuA Treatment rainy weather. It injures tho follago liar to their bjx that Lydia R Pinkham's Hessian fly Is estimated In millions Vegetable Compound ia tho rnedicino of dollars by J. W. McColioch, InCall on or address for WEAK and rots tho fruit. Buyers will not they noed. structor In entomology, Kansas Stato OBiBKnjLKI aJ ' LUNGS or take fruits which aro spotted, and all This good old root and herb roroody Ineuch affected fruits aro lost. Tlx.ro baa proved unequalled for theso dread- Agricultural College, who has falls. BARNETT Succeed when everything pisefemalo TINSLEY CONSUMPTION spected fields in practically overy In nervous prostration and very little damuge dnrlug dry ful ills; is contains what is needed to it aw iho stato. Thousands' ot section of .sveeva? weather, nor Is thero rliach danger restoro woman's hculth and strength. Real Estate Agents, remedy, as thousands have testified, f ncroa of wheat" will never bo harvesteellpf, L. continues. A ejolck reJJel for thai UreJ. 08 long as dry wouther if) nny peculiarity in If thero ed. iviuiMuiibivciiMnu cougtis, palps la ciwl. ulclit sweats, hetuor- - r Kentucky. But ono must be on the alert, o, your case requiring- special rhages, weak lurfrs or consumptloo. li II dais STOMACH TROUBLE "Damage Is sovero in tho eastern tho disoaso is present in pracnotbetp you l( eosls yta nolhUt, C wrlto tho Lydia 13. Pink- it is the best tnedicipe ever sold Republican Office. s of tho state," says Ir.' tically ovory field nnd Is ready to ham Medicine Co. (confidential), over a drujxist's cannier. OHIO MEDICAL CO, Both Phonw. , McColioch. "That it Is serious is eteMuui work as sooa as conditions permit A Lynn, Mass., for freo advice. FARM DEPARTMENT """ ;.""nil few ilnys of wet weather will give It onnortunlty to ruin a crop. Bordeaux, 4:4:50, or ntnmonlncal of copper carhonnto will bo found effective. SpraylnRS should bo repeated about every ten days, or oftenor If necessary, as long a weather continues. It Is best to uso tho ammonlacal solution of coppor cnibonoto whon tho fruit Is ncnrlug marketing stage, because the bordeaux will stain it . To make tho ammonlacal solution of coppor car- bonote, add water to 5 ounces of copper carbonate to a thin paste. Dllutjj three pints of 2G degreo llaumo ammonia with from six to nlno pints of water. Add the paste to tho ammonia solution nnd mako tho whole up to fifty gallons with water. ' '..... to,"' Diseases Aro i:pciisivo. The annual lots from Insects In the i,uuu,-solutlo- n united states approximates 000,000. The sarao authority points out a yearly loss from potato blight of 530,000,000, rrom grain smuts of riant Professional Otto C. Martin at - """ " ,,. " i, "" POWHATAN' y ;d.c. it Ml) .jbp' " ""' i-- 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E Beaver Dam, Drainage l .. DR. HART VETERINARY SURGEON 0. E, Ir-t- r live-doll- ar nt rci d, r if (: Stre air-slack- B&ERmmx jBLjnestfVT' solf-feed- chicken-shouldere- Every Woman Wants sJsBSJIBRrSELivrSW )vP POPUIMMCHANICS ALAGAZINB .'."" CASTO R IA 30 &&&& J l - ILSSE1 . well-define- Real KILLTris COUCH 1 PAINS IN SIO AND table-spoonf- ul Estate! Kiors Um Ois geifsry roucH8 " !, throo-fourth- B lite w OUR I Electric Bitters afvw Hka' GERMINAL REMEDY a - tul-vlc- Hartford, run FOR ONE MONTH a two-third- , ?0?vw V , - ' TV- - Awful Truth About Mexico. The ruin and devastation of a once,"flourlshlng country havo been told again and again. "Yet few peoplo realize, that to travel In Mexico nowa- ' na la almnHltncr nlmnat tmnnftftUllft. If afoot a band of Highway robbers will certainly tako tho traveler's clothes, If ho has nothing else, from hlra.' If on horseback, the first patrol ho meets on the road will dispossess him of his mount. If In a Can you produce pork at 3c a pound by feeding corn? railroad coach, he Is llablo to be No, you can't; but you can produce It at low at 3c a pound either blown up by a bomb placed on by feeding our great the tracks by tho Zapatlsts or shot dead by tho brigands that make a speciality of train looting; but his greatest danger lies In tho fearful condition of the rolling stock which has not been repaid during the last flvo years, so that wrecks occur dally Several of the best farmers In this and adjoining counties on every section of tho are doing It. They say they can sell their corn and feed this National Railway lines. wonderful feed with a saving that Is a big profit Itself. We want to give you their names and tell you all about It or Hunger has reached such a stage let them tell you one says It beats corn In Mexico that no words can give a proper Idea of It. Brigands of all Write us for prices and full particulars. kinds and denominations sharo the You will be greatly Interested. nation with a spoils of a starved petprlvleged crowd of ty rulers, wh'lle the poor peon for whose sake It Is claimed that alt (INCORPORATED) these things came to pass has to OWENSBORO, KY. content himself with whatever food he can steal, as It Is too expensive to acquire It honestly. The stealing of corn Is punished with death. I remember the ghastly sight of two soldiers shot dead at the entrance of a very remarkable." Commercial MOSKIIY'S l'UKDICTION. church In Tehuacan, while tho women and children were coming out from mo Paring Confederate Warrior 1'oretolil tho mass. Over tho corpses of tho Will My Child Take Dr. King's New wretched men hung, with grim satMonth of Ills Denth. Dlscoery? ire, the sign: "Thieves." And the This best answer is Dr. King's New general who had ordered the execuYork, June 10. When Col. Discovery itself. Its a pleasant sweet New tion was engaged at the time In reJohn S. Moseby died at tho Cornel J . syrup, easy to take. It contains the moving to his private car all the Hospital, In Washington, his death medicines which years of experience furniture, even to the bedding and ' verified a prediction made by the havo proven best for Coughs and the flower pots, from a residence he Dr. had been unlawfully occupying for fatuous ofllcor of the Confederate I Colds. Those who have used army more than 20 years before thnt I King's New Discovery longest aro Us over a year! Not one piece of furnievery bottle is ture belonged to him. Nor tho prihis death would occur in May. In ' best friends. Besides get satis- vate car, for that matter. connection he recalled that ho guaranteed. If you don't this faction you get your money back. Two blocks away from tho church had received his only wound during Keep where the shooting had been done a the Civil War on May 30, 18C3, and Duy a bottle, use as directed. inthe prediction that ho would die la what Is left for Cough and Cold 1 mob of ragged, perspiring, yelling women fought and tore their scant month and possibly on the 30th, surance. that . . raiment In a pitiful endeavor to get as he did, was made nfer ho had a handful of corn that was being disbeen badly Injured In tho early ninesi!i:rifi"s s.vlr. tributed by a charitable Institution. ties In California and It had been anA wild horde has swept over Mexnounced on Memorial Day that ho Life Insurance Co., could not live. Plaintiffs, ico and nothing but ruins remain In reference to this prediction and where civilization once held sway. vs. In that unfortunate country no man, its strange fulfillment Col. W. D. S. J. Tlchenor, Debt. Mann of this city told some InterestBy virtue of an execution No. 810 be he Carranzlsts, Zapatista or Vlllls-ting facts yesterday. Col. Mann com- issued from tho Ohio Circuit Court, thinks of much else than loot, manded tho Seventh Michigan cal-ar- y Ky., on April 4, 131G, in favor of graft and murder. And there will be In the engagement In which Col. the Life Insurance "revolution" in Mexico while there Tho action Co., against S. J. Tlchenor for the remains a man to be despoiled, a Mosby was wounded. took place at Grapowood Farm, tho sum of $6,000.00 together with 0 house to be ransacked or a woman to Kltzhugh estnte, near Greenwich, Va., per cent Interest thereon from tho Cth be dishonored. and In discussing It and the career of day of October,. 1914, subject to a The Mexican laborer who was ofCol. Mosby Col. Mann said: credit of $5,000, April 3, 1916, also fered liberty and justice has been "Mosby's scheme of operations did tho sura of $23.50 cost, and tho furth- given oppression and slavery. Every not contemplate a stand to fight. Ho er amount of cost of collection and town Is ruled by the local clan of preferred raiding, attacking and loot- jcost of this sale; which execution petty military grafters. Every home ing supply trains, weakly guarded, was placed In my hands as sheriff of Is menaced by their bestiality. No or stealing through tho lines at night Ohio county for collection, and by man's life Is .safe from abuse. No nnd capturing some over confident or vlrturo vested In mo by the woman's purity Is free from attack. I, No city Is clear of brigands. neglected Union olllcer asleep, as was Commonwealth of Kentucky, 0er will this lawless and unruly mob "a new Gen. Stoughten. lie often said In or ono of my deputies, speaking of his career: My creed has on Monday, July 2nd, 1916 nt flag waves the black flag of piracy been "It Is betted to make a good about tho hour of 1 o'clock p. m. with the skull and bones as a fitting run than a bad stand." At Giape-woo- d at the court house door In Hartford, emblem. And instead of the lnspir-lngan- d Farm, on that May 30, he mado Ky., ofcr at rubllc outcry to the beloved national anthem this a bad stand, losing seven men killed highest and "best bidder upon a cred- motely crowd now sings a low and nnd over 20 wounded, captured as it of threo months, the equity of re- ribald song, "The Cockroach!" F. prisoners, besides a considerable demption In and to the following J. Arlza, in Leslie's. property, or so much therenumber that escaped through tho dovlous paths of the surrounding of us will be necessary to satisfy To the Public. country. Ho received a serious plnlntlft't debt. Interest and all costs, "I havo been using Chamberlaln'3 Two lots or parcels of ground uound and lost his artillery. I viz: past "By tho byo, proportionate to tho with tho Improvements thereon, lo- Tablets for indigestion for tho six months, and it affords me pleasure number engaged In this skirmish, It cated In McIIenry, Ohio county, Ky to say I have never used a remedy was tho most sanguinary cavalry ac-- y described as follows: did mo so much good." Mrs. Lot No. 1 Beginning on Howard that tlon of the outlre Civil War. I had North-eaboundary C. E. Riley, Illlon, N. Y. Chamberin my command but 170 men, and ho street at the reported his force as 200, although lino of the McIIenry Deposit Bank lain's Tablets aro obtainable everym my Judgment at tho time was that land running east 263 ft. to a stone; where, his forco was larger. I lost four men thenco south 158 ft. to a stake; , Speculation lit Rotten Eggs. killed and 15 wounded. Thus tho thence west 165 ft. to a stake; thence That sulphuretted hydogen Is not total killed on both sides were 11, 'south 17 feet to a stake; thenco west thence south 28 ft. so goodan investment as It used to and known to bo wounded sonio .35 ft. to Among them to a stake; thence west 130 ft. to bo appears to be proved by tho fol3G. vory sorlously was Capt. Hasklns, of the Forty-fourt- h Main street; thenco north with Main lowing artlclo which has appeared In Foot British Army, who died I street 128 ft.; thenco cast with the Farm and Flresldo, the national farm tho next day. Among my wounded lino of tho McIIenry Deposit Bank paptr, published in Springfield, Ohio. "Many Instances go to show that wns Lloutenant formor Major El- 75 ft. to tho beginning on Howard an old egg Is a doubtful If not a danmer Darker, of tho Fifth Now York street. Being a portion of VJie land con- gerous thing to havo In one's posess-Iocavalry, who had two grnpo shot gallantly voyed to S. J. Tlchenor fcnd E. B. through his thigh, but Last season's stored eggs again .stuck to tho fight until tho Mosby Tlchenor on March 23d, 1904 by E. provo it. When bought nnd stored forco fled In defeat. Tho major still F. Render, which deed Is of record In a year ago at an average price of lives, In fine health, though lamo of Deed Book 35, Folio 342, Ohio Coun- about 20 conts tho dozen, they seemed a fairly good prospect. In that leg, on his flno estate, at Crown ty Clork's office. Lot No. 2 A lot in McIIenry, these eggs began coming out of Point, Lako Champlaln. "I liavo no desire to tako anything Ohio county, Ky., and bounded as storage at 24 to 26 cents. From then Beginning at a on to tho closo of tho holiday season from auy laurels Mosby won In Ills follows, coat tho FedT I stake on Howard street, running tho prlco the holder received fluctguerilla warfare, that oral government much nnxlety and south 75 ft,; thenco west 40 ft.; uated betweon 22 and 25 cents. In IS tho employment of many troops. That thonce north 75 ft.; thenco east 40 January stored eggs touched ft. to tho beginning,, being a portion cents. Tho last drtvo to clear out tho ho was personally courageous, energetic and venturo-om- o of the land deeded to S. J. Tlchenor storago depositories before tho spring nro established qualities. Of by E. F, Itender and wife, March slump arrived battered tho price Ills operations ho wroto: "I Intend to 29th, 1902, recorded In Deed Book down to 16 cents for second-grad- e diminish tho aggresslvo power of tho 24, page 251, Ohio Couuty Court stock. Army of tho Potomac by compelling Clork's office, "There aro a number of InterpretaTho purchaser will be required to tions of tho cause of the lower egg It to keep a largo forco on tho deapproved security prlco last fall and winter. Among fensive. I assailed Its rear Its most exocure bond with Immediately after tho .salo. Said the natural Influences were a lurge vulnerable point. My men had no camps. It they had gone Into camp bond to bear Interest at tho rate pack of stored, cheaper pork, nioro unsalable grain for chicken feed and they all would havo been captured of 6 per cent from date until paid. aiven under my hand, this the 29th flatter pocketbooks among the mass soon. After each raid they would Ap'rll, 1916. of consumers. Some fortunate buyscatter for safety, and gather again day of S. O. KEOWN, ers who also became fortunate sellat my call like children of the mist. Sheriff Ohio County, Ky. More ers made a nice profit. A blow would be struck at a weak, By S. A. Bratcher, D. S. operators came out barely site and ungarded point, and then there would 4 not an Imlgnl'lrant number expur'i tibo a quick rotreat." , ed the bitterness of the game cf "I knew much of the man had chance. hoard of his prediction of the season FOR FLETCHER'S from an overpark a' "The lc-ic-n of death, and regarded Its fulfillment wo wounded him as on the exact day stored ejjp: is loss to the packer unit Make Pork at 3c a pound CONCENTRATED the egg producers ns well. Hal Icj Rgs gone Into storage last war, spring a, ,i early summer prices would haw boon somewhat lv-r- , but fa", winter nnd present price would 'ia?c been higher and the poultry lndurlry would have bun UnofltiOii." HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. Came had gotten so weak I could not standi and I gave up in despair. I Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTO Rl A t FOR MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. Husband At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I coo menced hieing to Rescue. it From the very first Liquid Stock Feed Glenmore Distilleries Co., -- Inter-Southe- rn a, Cora Thomasson, Plaintiff. vs., Notice. Charles Howley, et al, Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the May term, 1916, In the above cause for the purpose of paying the cost of this action, together with the cost of this sale, and for the division of the proceeds among those who are entitled thereto, I wllLoffer for sale by public outcry to the highest and best bidder, at the court house door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday the 3rd day of July, 1916, at about the hour of one o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following described property, Two certain tracts of land lying and being In Ohio county, Ky., and bounded as follows: Tract 1 On the north by the land3 of James Ellis; on the east by the lands of Luke Easterday; on the south by the Hartford and Calhoun road; on the west by tho lands of Joe Thomasson and Jack Russel, and containing about 37 acres. Tract 2 On the north by the lands of Jake Shaver; on the east by the lands of Lute Ellis; on the south by the lands of James Ellis; and on the west by the lands of Joe Thomas-soand containing about 15 acres. Each tract will be sold separately. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security lmmeadlately after sale and a Hen will be retained for further secuiity. This June 14th, 191C. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. Ernest Wodward, Barnes & Smith, 50t3 Attorneys. 4 MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. to-w- lt: n, KyHt an Interesting letter this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "1 suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during Catron, from it was helping me. I two miles without Hi tiring me, and am doing al! isy work." I If you are all run down from womaaly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helps can now walk dose, I could tell this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its SO while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should InttrucUont n your mm J that, nothing seemed io do me any good. TmUuat (r Women," ssat nla all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist fetf sold Cardui for years. He knows whai in my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat it will do. Ask him. He will recoa ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. soon confined to my bed again. After Advl.ory tpt.. Chsttsnooii. Term., for Special IsJn wripp.. book, Hoof J4 1 !tpll c -- full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, will make IfeYOUTH'S COMPANION! '" - Inter-Southe- rn -- ed st McLean Circuit Court, let us send you Three Current Issues Walter Scott and A. C. Harrison, FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52' Times a Year Assignees, etc., Plaintiffs, request. tinf Aim "" e8fr' : ItWt' 10 vs. . Those who subscribe now, tending $2 W. E. Templeton, etc., Defendants. for the S2 Issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 1915. will receire The Companion get in any or me mommy G. H. Cary, The undersigned, Home CsJ.ndsr FREE. magazines. $ Master Commissioner of tho McLean SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Circuit Court, will, on Monday the 3d day of July, 1916, about one THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH o'clock p. m. at tho front door of the ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 2.75. court house in Hartford, Ky., sell upon a credit of six months, to the-- j highest bidder, tho following tract or parcel of land lying In Ohio county, Ky., and described as follows, viz: Beginning nt a stake on the South side of tho Hartford and Ceralvo public road; thence S. 2 E. 31.75 ch. to .,$1.3fi a dead red oak, corner to Loney Mill- The Republican and Louisville Herald er; thence West 20.87 ch., to a stone, Globe-Democr- at 1.76 J. D. Bishop's corner, with two small The Reptblican and St. Louis hickories and white oak pointers; Republican and Home and Farm 1.60 thence N. 1 E. 29.3S ch. to a stone on The South side of said Hartford and Cer- The.Republican 1.75 alvo public road; thenco N. 77 E. 7 ch., to a sweet gum; thence fol The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 lowing said road N. 84 E. 6. 70 ch., wens boro inquirer 3.50 to a hickory; thonce E. 6. 93 ch., to The republican ana JJauy the beginning, containing 63.97 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 acres. Purchaser will bo required to exe- The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.7J cute bpnd with approved security, bearing six per cent Interest from The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 date until paid. 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer G. H. CARY", Master Commissioner McLean CirThe Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 1,50 cuit Court. Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page', Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best can produce for you and everyone intnenome. 1 nereis no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION the-worl- Better"iThan Ever in 1915 'inn iiu r7rt . '.!....." ( Tjsr -- OUR CLUBBING RATES. andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInquir- er u 4 Notice. Ohio Circuit Court. J. M. Swope, et al, Plaintiffs. vs., Notice J. R. Swope, Administrator, et al, Defendants. All persons having claims against the estate of Ben Swopo, deceased, will present tho same to mo, duly verified, at my office In Hartford, Ky., on or before the 1st day of July, 1916, whore I will set to hear and file said claims. This June, 14th, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit 50t3 Court. Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. n. or NEW NOT THE 8EW1NC MACMKNB OF QUALITY.) USE - LIV-VER-L- AX - to-wl- t: For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Feelirtght all tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant U- - VtrLax keeps yo on your feet, while relieving your troub le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't tako anything else. You can't afford eys. it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat. tem and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura in its effect and certain in results. It will won't be long before Uv- - Ver-La- x completely displace calomel in evert home.t Children can tako it freely anj with perfect safety. Every bottle guar anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles Nona genuino without the likeness and signa turo of L. K Grigsby. For salo by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, K7. UNDER ANY SOLD Children Ory CASXORIA OTHER 4 NAME. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. In writing your lottors do not say time. warranted spent Sunday with that Mr. If you purchase the NKW HOME you will Mr. Blank, or Mr. Blank and family havo a life asset at tho price you pay, and will took dinner with Mr. Guest, or Miss not have an end Ie chain of repairs. Belle spent tho night with Miss Hostess, And by no means say that Mr. Romeo made his regular, call at tho I L Considered UjT I i"cV I home of Miss Juliet Sunday afternoon, etc. We do not care for that. What we want Is the news, When someone from another town visits someone In your town, or vise versa, we are always glad to run It as a news item, but bo careful with your If you waut a tewing machine, write fer, selection. It Is no pleasure to reor latest catalogue before you purchase. write and scratch your copy. Be New Hw Smiac Macbjij Co., Orange, Maee? Tho Editor. HOME for all Por p4tii U Dr. -- &' in rhe back AjUlWu JUIU. c4 y ft ROYALMYSTERY Host Famous State Secret Reign of Louis XIV. BYRON'S UNHAPPINESS. OHIO COUNTY COURT His Icy, Frozen Mannered Wife and of the JHE Who MAN IN THE IRON MASK. Prisoner W Has Never Been Disclosed, and Wfcen He Diod His Body Was Octroyed by Chemicals In His Casket. the Unfortunate A fnmous stotc mystery of the rctgn of Louis XIV. of Franco wns the mysterious prisoner, tho Man In the Iron Mask. Mnny nro tho guesses which tavo been ventured ns to who ho wus. Tlays and novels havo beeu written with tho Iron mask ns tho central character, hut his Identity has remnlned a secret It Is known without doubt that St. Mars during his life had ns a prisoner a man whose face always was covered with a mask of black d Tclvct fastened by springs of steel the hend. Tho guards had orders to kill the man if ho ever exposed his face, and St. Mars' own life depended on nobody finding out who his prisoner was Ufa first prison was tho castlo of When St. Mars was transferred to tho Isles of St Marguerite the king himself told the Jailer to take bis prisoner with him and cautioned htm not to let him speak to nny one. even Bis guards. On the night of April 29, 1C74, a closed lifter escorted by a troop of horses stopped at Bron, some leagues from Lyons. From tho litter descended a ytning man of slim and active figure. Ills face hidden by a mask nnd bis hands firmly tied. In which state ho lay down on a couch prepared beforc-Rand- . Next day ten horsemen arrived with sealed orders to convey tho prls ncr with tho utmost secrecy to the fortress of PIgncrol. So It was the Man In tho Iron Mask began his twcnty-nln- e years of captivity under toe Impassive, silent, remorseless St SInrs. Several years later tho man of the mask was seen again when St. Mars wns transferred to. St Marguerite. This time troopers Mrroundcd a chair s covered with waxecf&loth. Tho stopped at a"ir4nn for supper The more daring of the curious peasants pecked through a small window ftwn outside tho locked supper room. 'The prisoner sat with his back to window, and they could not tell whether he had on his mask. St 2Tsrs sat opposite him with a pistol on swefi sldo of his plate. This prisoner was tho subject of much correspondence between St Mars ami Louis XIV. of France. Louis continually wns asking about him. lie trsECf full instructions as to the care telt lfn? man, nnd about tho cell he was io occupy the king wrote: "Lot there be so mnny doors closed jie after the other that the sentinels jarmot hear n word, and you will nev ?r 'listen to anything ho has to say on say pretext whatever. Threaten him xith. death If ho ever opens his mouth o speak of anything but of what he May be absolutely in want of." SEo blindly obedient St. Mars fol Owed his Instructions carefully. The ijrtor who waited on the prisoner said Ite had never seen his face, although 2o Iad examined his tongue. Dishes and plates were examined each time isbe prisoner was served to see If there was nny writing on tliem. The guards always were ready to kilt the moment ae took off his mask. la other respects the greatest attenhim, nnd nothing which tion 2 requested was refused. He always sras dressed in black. St Mnrs him-zci- t stood uncovered In his presence uad remnlned standing until the prls oaer had requested him to bo seated. 'Xhc Jailer often took his meals with fide prisoner. Just who was the Man In the Iron Mask? Some thought he was an son of Anne of Austria. Oth-??said he was n twin brother of Louis --XIV.. whoso claims might have do Vrfved the king of his throne. Another vxlter makes him tho lender of nn which wus formed to nssnssi Tate tho ruler. The most general be first ;tf is that ho was Count Mnttloll. who tilnlbfor of the DuUo of Mantun. Jad betrayed tho Interests of Louis 1IV. by falling to secure for him. ns himself to do lu con ? had pledged Aleratlon for n bribe, possession of fortress of Cnsulo from hW master uvU XIV. knew tho bccret. but to nil oeMioiis replied that If It wns known vho tho prisoner was every one would j: surprised to find him bo unliiloicsl Jig a person. Tho prisoner died nftcr n short lllnes'-.1703. He was burled one nuiiinin ufcy, and his name was Inserted In the iHson register ns "M. do Mnrchiel." nghty-6- l years later the frenzied :ltleiis of Paris broke Into the IiaMllle and rushed to the cell where it wns tcnown ho had been kept. They btopped abort before clean whitewashed unlls Nothing wns In tho room, The prisoner's clothes nnd the mask had been hunted when ho died. Chemicals hud tceu put In Ills casket to destroy tho tody. Only one man had seen the face tho Iron mask during the twenty-nyears. Ho was St. Murs. And ine St Mars never told. Kansas City Times. trav-(rtev- His Cruel Parents. Mario Corelll. the English novelist, jays poets do not really love. If they did they could not wrlto about It They Imagine they love. And their Imagination embraces many fair objects. "Byron," she says, "wns nn unhnppy mnn. But bo was not ns unhappy ns ho Imagined himself to be. He found pleasure, even Inspiration, In dwelling an his own troubles. Mnny poets do." Sho tells us that Byron's mother bad been a Miss Gordon before she married tho shiftless and dissolute Captain Byron, tho poet's father, and Hint nmld constant quarrcllngs, thrashings ami unjust nbuso nnd the most coarse and Intemperate language oor Uyron began his career. "With such a father nnd such n mother," says Miss Corelli, "the wonder Is that he managed to store his mind with so mnny impressions of "beauty nnd grandeur nnd that he was able to lift bis soul nbovo his surroundings to such n height of intellectual power. Ills mother's furious temper and her cruel mockeries stung him. not Into n reply, but Into silent nnd lonely brooding on his wrongs. "He himself describes tho sense of horror and humiliation which camo over him when, in n fit of passion, sho called him 'a lame brat' When Sir Walter Scott met him be said ho should senrccly have noticed It In fact, tho grcnt novelist was ns lame as tho great poet, only Byron's brilliant personality made him, more than Scott, nn object of comment. Uls marriage wns n failure. It wns n fortunate thing for literature that his wife left him after ono year of matrimony. "nad she remained with him his ceiii us might have perished under tho freezing influence of such n paragon of propriety nnd dullness. William Howltt tells us that Lady Byroa had 'frozen moments.' "'I have seen her,' bo says, 'come down in tho morning ns If sho had lain all night on n glacier, frozen, as It were, to the very soul, nnd no efforts on tho. part fit those nround her could restore her for the day to nny genial social warmth.' " OVER A CENTURY AGO oitmnts iu:ii.vrixa to oxr KKT M. TAIH.TON, t I noii- - Such tobacco enjoyment as you never thought could be is yours to command quick as you buy "some Prince a Albert and fire-u- p pipe or a cigarette! home-made mk IIBmIII' ytt&TftttCHxI 11 ill Mill iuUufisMssLl Wednesday July Term, 1799. Ordered that the Clerk of this Court do bind Robert Mason Tarlton (An Infant orphan of John Tarlton deceased) aged fifteen years and ten, months to Charles Wnllace to learn the trade of a carpenter &c. Present, Jesso Cravens & Stephen Stntcler, Esqrs. Tuesday August term, 1799. An Indenture binding Robert M. Tarlton apprentice to Charles Wallace Has read In court, approved and ordered to record. (Indenture not found) Tuesday, December term, 1800 On the complaint of Robert M. Tarlton, apprentice of Charles Wallace, against Ills said master, the parties being fully heard nnd evidence exnmlncd on both sides by tho Court, It is thereupon ordered that the said Tarlton continue with the said Wallace nnd that Wallace hereafter treat him well. Tuesday, January term, 1S01. On the motion of Henry Davidge Esq. on behalf of Robert Tarlton, apprentice of Charles Wallace, ordered that a subpoena lssuo to the said Wallace to appear here at tho next County Court to show causo If nny he can why the said Tarlton should not be discharged from his said apprenticeship and that tho said Wallace do allow the said Tarlton to appear then and there to make his complaint and etc. Tuesday, April term, 1801. Prince Albert gives That's because you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetiever hankered te for. 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Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story! R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., WinstorSalem, N. In Shelby County, Ky., than In any county In any Stato in America. The value of farm property In Kentucky Is over f 800,000,000, being larger than that of any other Stato In the South. Among the States South of tho Ohio River, Kentucky leads In the production of dairy and beet cattle, horses, poultry, sheep nnd wool. It leads also In corn, wheat and tobacco and conies second in hay nnd pota-- l 1 toes. There are more sllns In Kentucky: than in all the other States of the Central South put together. In 1014 thre were registered In Kentucky only 8,750 automobiles. Today tho registration Is over Robert M. Tarlton "The WlridMs In the Palm Trees." But tho glory of palm trees! No pictures or description in books had over "The made mo realize tbat before. wind is in tho palm trees" had been for mo but a haunting phrase In Mr. Kipling's most famous ballad, but when the bellboy threw open the door of my room (In Nassau of the Bahamas) looking into the hotel gardens I cried, "What Is that sound?" for my ears had been Instantly filled with n delicious rippling, as though the room was alive with invisible rivers of running water. I ran to the window. It wns tho wind in the palm trees the M. Tarlton an Infant under 21 years to bo freshest purest, gladdest sound Galll-enn- o of ago be bound an Apprentlco to tho heard In tho world. Richard le said Benjamin from this time until in Harper's Magazine. he Is 21 years of age, and the said Benjamin binds himself, his heirs A Delicate, Tasteful Breakfast Apropos of monotonous unlniaglna-tlv- e and etc., to teach the said Tarlton breakfasts, Thomas Love Peacock the mystery of husbandry, to teach once drew up the menu for brenkfnst him to read, write and cypher to the "for n man of taste." "Coffee, tea. rule of three, or give him six months cream, eggs, ham, tongue, cold fowl," schooling. Also to give said apprenbe wrote, "nil these uro good and beworth of speak good knowledge in him who sets tice ono hundred dollars But the touchstone Is land at the time of his coming of age, them forth. flsh. Anchovy is the first stop, prawns to be valued by two disinterested; and shrimps the second, totted char men and clothing and etc., agreeable and Inmprcy the third, but lobster is. to law.and In case tho saldTarlton Indeed, matter for n May morning and. departs this life boforo tho expiration demands n rare combination of virtue of his term aforesaid, said Field oband knowledge in hlra who sets it liges himself to pay to said Tarlton's frth." London Standnrd. mother In proportion to the term he shall serve. Frugality. Scotch Judges' -- e Scotland might safely be backed nt least to rival England In the matter of frugality nmong her Judges. There Is LATEST WAR NEWS Dean Ramsay's story of the dinner When party given by Lord Polkemmct. tho covers were removed the guests were surprised to find that the dinner Monday consisted of veal broth. A roast fillet of Eastern Front. Czernowltz, capit veal, veal cutlets, u florentlne (an old Scottish dish composed of venl). n calf's al of the Austrian Crownland of head nnd calf's foot Jelly. Observing Bukowlna, is In tho hands of the tho sensation. Lord Polkeramet ex- Russians, and tho Austrlans, who had plained: "Ou ay. It's a' cauf. When wo held It are In retreat toward the kill n beast wo Just out up ae sldo and mountains. Hard fighting took place down the tlther." London Chronicle. Czernowltz In tho capturo of tho bridgehead and In tho passago of the Mammoth Cave. when finally tho "To me the Miimuiotu cuve of Ken- River Pruth, but Russians gained the right bank of the tucky is Blmply a portion of tho Grand underground," river tho Austrlans evacuated the Cnnyon of Colorado !nys George Wharton Jntncs. tho trav- capital, leaving 1,000 prisoners nnd eler nnd nuthor. In "Our American bomo guns In tho hands of tho Russ Wonderlands." "Almost all the phe- ians. To tho north, In Gallcla nnd nomena of the great enve uro rcvcnltd Volhynla, tho Russians are meeting In tho Grand canyon region, nnd. given resistance. time enough. It Is uot lnconcelvublo with desperato that tho Mnmmoth cave might develop France. Fresli attempts by tho Into n Grand cnnyon region of IU Germans against tho French positions own." northeast and northwest of Vcrduu Kept Them Quiet, mot with no success, bays tho French "I went to n symphony concert War Office, nnd the Germans suffered afternoon." heavy casualltlcs. you enjoy It?" "Did experi"It wns the most wonderful Tuesday ence I ever had. .lust think of Bitting In the same room with 2.000 women llusthm Front. Following tho and not ono of them saying n word." capturo of Czernowltz tho Russians Melbourne Age. nre pursuing tho Austrian forces toward the Sereth River and tho CarDisappearing Cannon. pathian passes, numerous ndltlonal "Some of our ennnon nro disappearprisoners, guns nnd materials being ing." remarked the lieutenant "Well, things will disappear when taken. Heavy fighting is still In you havo cureless help." responded tho progress to tho north In Gallcla. lady who wus going over the fort. "I find that a great trouble about keeping France. In attempting to aphouse." Louisville Courier-Journaproach the French lines between tho Her Blunder. Avre and the Olso German Infantry Saving. Bess You Interest me strangely. Governess-W- hy Jack as no other loan over has. Jack don't you use your were driven back with hand grenYou sprung that on mo last night brains, Douglass? ades. There have been promiscuous "Because I want them to lust." Bess Oh, was It you? Pardon me for bombardments. repeating. Judge. Try this: When telling a piece of Belgium. Six German aeroplanes RoUgion la tho lest armor In the scandal, don't say "tbey say;" Just, and two British machlues' were drivay "I say." jtorid, but the wonit cloak. Newton. er lowii In air battles, which haye tc vs. Charles Wallace. Ordered by consent of tho parties that said Tarlton bo released from his apprenticeship to tho said Wallace nnd that said Wallace bo released from all obligations to said Tarlton and further, that said Tarlton do remain under the care and protection of W. Richard Taylor until next County court and that said Taylor do bring said Tarlton Into Court at the next term, subject to the further order of this court. Monday June term, 1801. By consent of Benjamin Field and on his motion, ordered that Robert humipound CTjtal-gt- a dor with top that httpt th tobacco intuchcltviTtrim alwaytt tpongt-mtoittentr and that corking fin C been numerous. Wednesday. cattle Fronts. Tho Russlnns, continuing their advance against the Austrlans through Bukowlna, have crossed the Sereth River southwest of Czcrnowltz.and occupied the twonB Russian of Zadova, Stroglnetz nnd Gllboka. The Austrlans In this region, their army cut in two, are declared by Petrograd to be in disorderly retreat, with the Russians energetically pursuing. War Baker lost night that tho Kentucky National Guard would bo mobilized at Earllngton, Ky., Congressmen continued to receivo telegrams urging claims of cities in their Representative Swager districts. to-da- y France. In the region of Fort Vaur, northeast of Verdun, there has been rather lively artillery fighting and bombardments, nnd mining operations have taken place along tho remainder of the French front. Thursday. was-show- making a determined effort to resume the Initiative lost by the Russian General Brusslloff's drive and to create a diversion by an attack on armies In tho north. Flerco fighting Is In progress In. Volhyula. Kur-opatkl- Iluin. From otllcial reports issued by Germans and Austrlans tho Indications are that the Germans aro France. The Germans launched strong attacks against the French positions along the Mease, but were everywhere repulsed by the French artillery- 4 Sherley received numerous nppeaU for Louisville, the Board of Trado nnd other organizations sending him messages. Mr. Sherley replied to them in! the. following terms: "It is the Invariable custom for the War Department to designate the place for mobilization of troops upon the recommendation of the Governor nnd Adjutant General of tho State. Prior to this mobilization order, as n of tliO' result of recommendations State authorities, Fort Thomas was designated and there was assembled States In thero the supplies and eulpment for There were twenty-tw- o tho Union last year that produced the mllltla. "Within- - tho Inst few days, upon farm products valued at over Kentucky-wn- s ono of these. the recommendation of the State auKentucky leads- - nit States in tho thorities, tho commander of tho DeSouth in its total poultry products, partment of the East issued an order changing tho place of mobilization that Is, eggs and fowls. Kentucky also Heads the South In from Fort Thomas to Earllngton. If the purchase and use of farm imple- nny change Is to he mado from EarLouisville llngton it would havo to bo upon ments and machinery. the Initiative of tho Govomor and Herald. Adjutnnt General, In whose hands the matter always rested." AFFAIRS OFTHK STATKS Mr. Sherley said ho regretted ho IS MORILIZATIOX CASH'S is unable to bo of service In tho Washington, Jnno 21. Despite the matter, but that It was outride of his otllcial announcement of Secretary of power to net. 20,-000. $100,-000,000. " e Youthful Foresight. One of tho diminutive flower maidens nt a school feto attended by tho Queen Mother was both pretty nnd plump, nnd when her Majesty stopped for nn Instant to smllo down upon her, what did sho do but put up her weo mouth for a kiss, which sho received. "Molly!" gasped her astounded mother, after the distinguished visitor had passed on. "How could you?" Molly gave g,ood . . . .. .. . .... .., rcasou. "I iougui, sniu en e, u uu uu iiuon-ai-lu- ' to toll my . Wwl''A iTfm ' rim ,. gran-chlldren- ." ) n yes-teidu- y ' l. More Things About Kentucky. Kentucky has the largest whlto j population of any Stato south of tho Ohio Rlvor. Seventy-fiv- e per cent of Its population Is rural. There are moro people in Kentucky worth ?5,000 nnd over, and more with Incomes of 2,500 per year and over than In any Stato In tho South. Kentucky leads all States In tho Union In thorobred horses, In tobacOur co, hemp and sorghum cane. tobacco crop In 1915 was 360,000,-00- 0 d of pounds, moro than the total crop of America. Kentuck is the teutk Stato in tho production of corn, showing last year a yield of over 115,000,000 bushels. There; are nearly 15,000,000 bearing fruit trees In Kentucky, and last year Kentucky was the seventh State in tho Union in tho production of apples, our crop being 12,500,000 bushels, worth to the producer sot enty-on- e cents per bushel. There nro moro registered Jersey ono-thlr- 1 IT -- D&Uffl ' j g l m Wake up bliaaStfSs ! The Bell Telephone is the Big Ben of Business. Ring up on tho Bell. You may talk about dull times 'till you lose your breath but it won't help matters, save your breath to talk into your Bell Telephone. Ring up old customers, then start on a fresh list of prospects, there is no quicker way none that saves more time or expense. 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